7.0.1.a: Formulate specific questions that lead to investigations.
7.0.1.b: Select and justify a method to be used in finding the answer to a specific question.
7.0.1.d: Select and justify a method to be used in finding a solution to a practical problem.
7.0.3.a: Formulate a prediction/hypothesis that identifies a cause and effect relationship between the dependent and independent variables.
7.0.3.b: Identify with guidance the independent and dependent variables in an experiment.
7.0.4: Implementing a Plan
7.0.4.a: Carry out procedures that comprise a fair test.
7.0.5: Observing, Measuring, Recording
7.0.5.c: Select and use tools to observe, measure, and construct.
7.0.6: Analysing and Interpreting
7.0.6.a: Construct graphs to display data, and interpret and evaluate these and other graphs.
7.0.7: Concluding and Applying
7.0.7.a: Draw a conclusion that explains investigation results.
7.0.7.c: Identify a new prediction/hypothesis based on results of investigations.
7.0.7.g: Communicate methods, results, conclusions, and new knowledge in a variety of ways.
7.0.7.h: Identify and evaluate potential applications of investigation results.
7.0.8: Reflecting on Science and Technology
7.0.8.d: Describe examples of how technologies have evolved over time in response to changing needs and scientific advances.
7.0.8.g: Discuss societal, environmental, and economic impacts of scientific and technological endeavours.
7.1.01: Use appropriate vocabulary related to their investigations of interactions within ecosystems.
7.1.03: Identify abiotic and biotic components of ecosystems that allow particular organisms to survive.
7.1.05: Identify and describe positive and negative examples of human interventions that have an impact on ecological succession or the makeup of ecosystems.
7.1.08: Compare photosynthesis to cellular respiration, and explain how both are part of the cycling of matter and the transfer of energy in ecosystems.
7.1.09: Analyze food webs, using ecological pyramids, to show energy gained or lost at various consumer levels.
7.1.10: Analyze, using ecological pyramids, the implications of the loss of producers and consumers to the transfer of energy within an ecosystem.
7.1.12: Provide examples of scavengers and decomposers, and describe their role in cycling matter in an ecosystem.
7.2.01: Use appropriate vocabulary related to their investigations of the particle theory of matter.
7.2.06: Describe the particle theory of matter and use it to explain changes of state.
7.2.07: Differentiate between the concept of temperature and the concept of heat.
7.2.11: Recognize that heat energy is the most common by-product of energy transformations, and describe some examples.
7.2.12: Identify different forms of energy that can be transformed into heat energy.
7.3.11: Evaluate a structure to determine the appropriateness of its design, using the design process.
7.4.03: Describe the geological processes involved in rock and mineral formation, and classify rocks and minerals by their method of formation.
7.4.05: Explain how rocks on the Earth constantly undergo a slow process of change through the rock cycle.
7.4.12: Describe evidence used to support the continental drift theory and explain why this theory was not generally accepted by scientists.
7.4.14: Explain geological processes and events using the theory of plate tectonics.
Correlation last revised: 9/16/2020