Sunshine State Standards with Grade Level Expectations
SC.A.1.3: The student understands that all matter has observable, measurable properties.
SC.A.1.3.1: The student identifies various ways in which substances differ (e.g., mass, volume, shape, density, texture, and reaction to temperature and light).
SC.A.126.96.36.199: uses a variety of measurements to describe the physical properties of matter (for example, volume and mass).
SC.A.1.3.2: The student understands the difference between weight and mass.
SC.A.188.8.131.52: understands that weight is the result of gravitational pull on an object.
SC.A.1.3.3: The student knows that temperature measures the average energy of motion of the particles that make up the substance.
SC.A.184.108.40.206: knows the difference between heat and temperature.
SC.A.220.127.116.11: knows that relative changes of position and motion of atoms in a solid, liquid, and gas are the result of an increase or decrease in temperature.
SC.A.1.3.4: The student knows that atoms in solids are close together and do not move around easily; in liquids, atoms tend to move farther apart; in gas, atoms are quite far apart and move around freely.
SC.A.18.104.22.168: knows the direction of energy flow when a change in the phase of matter occurs.
SC.A.1.3.6: The student knows that equal volumes of different substances may have different masses.
SC.A.22.214.171.124: determines the volumes of different substances that have equal masses.
SC.A.2.3: The student understands the basic principles of atomic theory.
SC.A.2.3.1: The student describes and compares the properties of particles and waves.
SC.A.126.96.36.199: knows that charged particles and objects will attract or repel each other.
SC.A.188.8.131.52: knows the relationship between frequency and wavelength (the greater the frequency of the wave, the smaller the wavelength of the wave).
SC.A.2.3.2: The student knows the general properties of the atom (a massive nucleus of neutral neutrons and positive protons surrounded by a cloud of negative electrons) and accepts that single atoms are not visible.
SC.A.184.108.40.206: understands that protons and neutrons are located in the nucleus of the atom while electrons exist in areas of probability outside of the nucleus.
SC.A.220.127.116.11: understands that the mass of an atom is concentrated in the nucleus where the protons and neutrons are located.
SC.A.18.104.22.168: determines the mass number and atomic number of an atom from the number of protons and neutrons.
SC.A.22.214.171.124: understands that most of the atom is empty space.
SC.B.1.3: The student recognizes that energy may be changed in form with varying efficiency.
SC.B.1.3.2: The student knows that energy cannot be created or destroyed, but only changed from one form to another.
SC.B.126.96.36.199: knows the difference between potential and kinetic energy.
SC.B.188.8.131.52: knows ways to change energy from potential to kinetic.
SC.B.1.3.3: The student knows the various forms in which energy comes to Earth from the sun (e.g., visible light, infrared, and microwave).
SC.B.184.108.40.206: knows the characteristics, effects, and common uses of ultraviolet, visible and infrared light.
SC.B.1.3.4: The student knows that energy conversions are never 100% efficient (i.e., some energy is transformed to heat and is unavailable for further useful work).
SC.B.220.127.116.11: knows that useful energy is lost as heat energy in every energy conversion.
SC.C.1.3: The student understands that types of motion may be described, measured, and predicted.
SC.C.1.3.1: The student knows that the motion of an object can be described by its position, direction of motion, and speed.
SC.C.18.104.22.168: knows that the motion of an object can be described by its position, direction of motion, and speed.
SC.C.1.3.2: The student knows that vibrations in materials set up wave disturbances that spread away from the source (e.g., sound and earthquake waves).
SC.C.22.214.171.124: knows factors that influence the amount of damage vibrations can cause.
SC.C.126.96.36.199: knows intensity of some common waves.
SC.C.188.8.131.52: knows some causes and effects of waves.
SC.C.2.3: 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.2.3.1: The student knows that many forces (e.g., gravitational, electrical, and magnetic) act at a distance (i.e., without contact).
SC.C.184.108.40.206: knows the properties of forces.
SC.C.220.127.116.11: knows that like poles of the magnet (two north poles or two south poles) will repel and opposite poles (north and south) will attract.
SC.C.18.104.22.168: knows the difference between parallel and series circuits.
SC.C.2.3.3: The student knows that if more than one force acts on an object, then the forces can reinforce or cancel each other, depending on their direction and magnitude.
SC.C.22.214.171.124: understands that as objects fall to Earth, speed increases until they reach terminal velocity.
SC.C.2.3.7: The student knows that gravity is a universal force that every mass exerts on every other mass.
SC.C.126.96.36.199: understands that gravity is a force exerted on a mass that causes an object to have weight.
SC.C.188.8.131.52: knows that gravity is a force that holds the Solar System together.
SC.D.1.3: The student recognizes that processes in the lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere interact to shape the Earth.
SC.D.1.3.1: The student knows that mechanical and chemical activities shape and reshape the Earth's land surface by eroding rock and soil in some areas and depositing them in other areas, sometimes in seasonal layers.
SC.D.184.108.40.206: understands the action of ground water to form aquifers, caverns, and sinkholes.
SC.D.1.3.3: The student knows how conditions that exist in one system influence the conditions that exist in other systems.
SC.D.220.127.116.11: understands that changes on the surface of the Earth affect living systems.
SC.D.1.3.4: The student knows the ways in which plants and animals reshape the landscape (e.g., bacteria, fungi, worms, rodents, and other organisms add organic matter to the soil, increasing soil fertility, encouraging plant growth, and strengthening resistance to e
SC.D.18.104.22.168: knows the ways in which living things reshape the landscape (for example, bacteria, fungi, worms, rodents, and other organisms add organic matter to the soil, increasing soil fertility, encouraging plant growth, and strengthening resistance to erosion).
SC.E.1.3: The student understands the interaction and organization in the Solar System and the universe and how this affects life on Earth.
SC.E.1.3.1: The student understands the vast size of our Solar System and the relationship of the planets and their satellites.
SC.E.22.214.171.124: knows the relative sizes of planets.
SC.E.126.96.36.199: understands the distances of the planets and the asteroid belt from the Sun are vast.
SC.E.188.8.131.52: understands the relationship between the phases of the Moon and the positions of the Moon, Earth, and Sun as the Moon revolves around the Earth.
SC.E.184.108.40.206: understands the revolution and rotation of the Moon relative to the Earth, and knows that the same side of the Moon always faces the Earth.
SC.E.220.127.116.11: understands that the tilt of the Earth on its axis as it rotates causes seasonal changes.
SC.E.1.3.2: The student knows that available data from various satellite probes show the similarities and differences among planets and their moons in the Solar System.
SC.E.18.104.22.168: knows characteristics of the inner planets and outer planets.
SC.E.22.214.171.124: knows basic features of the Moon and the moons of other planets.
SC.G.1.3: The student understands the competitive, interdependent, cyclic nature of living things in the environment.
SC.G.1.3.1: The student knows that viruses depend on other living things.
SC.G.126.96.36.199: knows that viruses may cause diseases in other living things.
SC.G.1.3.5: The student knows that life is maintained by a continuous input of energy from the sun and by the recycling of the atoms that make up the molecules of living organisms.
SC.G.188.8.131.52: understands ways matter is recycled (for example, water cycle, carbon cycle).
SC.G.184.108.40.206: understands that individual food chains occur within a food web and that both show the flow of energy.
SC.G.2.3: The student understands the consequences of using limited natural resources.
SC.G.2.3.2: The student knows that all biotic and abiotic factors are interrelated and that if one factor is changed or removed, it impacts the availability of other resources within the system.
SC.G.220.127.116.11: knows biotic and abiotic components in a small, local area and ways they interact (for example, field, pond).
SC.G.18.104.22.168: understands the consequences that might result when changes occur in populations.
SC.G.2.3.4: The student understands that humans are a part of an ecosystem and their activities may deliberately or inadvertently alter the equilibrium in ecosystems.
SC.G.22.214.171.124: knows ways that human activities may deliberately or inadvertently alter the equilibrium in the ecosystem.
Correlation last revised: 6/25/2014