8.0.1.a: Formulate specific questions that lead to investigations.
8.0.1.b: Select and justify a method to be used in finding the answer to a specific question.
8.0.1.d: Select and justify a method to be used in finding a solution to a practical problem.
8.0.3.a: Formulate a prediction/hypothesis that identifies a cause and effect relationship between the dependent and independent variables.
8.0.3.b: Identify the independent and dependent variables in an experiment.
8.0.4: Implementing a Plan
8.0.4.a: Carry out procedures that comprise a fair test.
8.0.5: Observing, Measuring, Recording
8.0.5.c: Select and use tools to observe, measure, and construct.
8.0.7: Concluding and Applying
8.0.7.a: Draw a conclusion that explains investigation results.
8.0.7.c: Identify a new prediction/hypothesis based on results of investigations.
8.0.7.g: Communicate methods, results, conclusions, and new knowledge in a variety of ways.
8.0.7.h: Identify and evaluate potential applications of investigation results.
8.0.8: Reflecting on Science and Technology
8.0.8.d: Describe examples of how technologies have evolved over time in response to changing needs and scientific advances.
8.0.8.g: Discuss societal, environmental, and economic impacts of scientific and technological endeavours.
8.0.9: Demonstrating Scientific and Technological Attitudes
8.0.9.c: Demonstrate confidence in their ability to carry out investigations in science and technology.
8.1.03: Describe cell theory.
8.1.05: Identify and compare major structures in plants and animal cells, and explain their function.
8.1.07: Describe the movement of nutrients and wastes across cell membranes and explain its importance.
8.1.08: Differentiate between unicellular and multicellular organisms.
8.1.10: Describe structural and functional relationship among cells, tissues, organs, and systems.
8.1.11: Describe the structure and function of the heart and the path of blood to and from the heart through its four chambers.
8.1.14: Describe, using examples, how individual systems in the human body function interdependently.
8.1.19: Describe functional similarities and differences of comparable structures and systems in different groups of living things.
8.2.02: Differentiate between incandescent and luminescent sources of light.
8.2.03: Demonstrate that light is a form of energy, that light travels in a straight line, and can be separated into the visible light spectrum.
8.2.04: Explain, using the additive theory, how colours are produced, and identify applications of this theory in daily life.
8.2.06: Demonstrate, using the subtractive theory, how colours are produced, and identify applications of this theory in daily life.
8.2.10: Conduct experiments to compare the refraction of light through substances of different densities.
8.2.11: Explain how reflection and refraction produce natural phenomena.
8.2.12: Investigate to determine how light interacts with concave and convex mirrors and lenses, and provide examples of their use in various optical instruments and systems.
8.2.13: Demonstrate the formation of images using a double convex lens, and predict the effects of changes in lens position on the size and location of the image.
8.3.05: Plan and conduct experiments to determine factors that affect flow within a given system.
8.3.06: Measure, calculate, and compare densities of solids, and liquids, and gases.
8.3.08: Compare fluids of different densities to determine how they alter the buoyant force on an object.
8.4.02: Demonstrate that water, as compared to other substances, has a high heat capacity and is able to dissolve a wide variety of solutes.
8.4.03: Compare and contrast characteristics and properties of fresh water and salt water.
8.4.05: Describe how the heat capacity of large bodies of water and the movement of ocean currents influence regional climates.
8.4.06: Describe the components of the global water cycle and explain how it works.
8.4.10: Explain how tides are caused and describe their effects on shorelines.
8.4.13: Provide examples of the way in which technology is used to contain or prevent damage due to flooding, and discuss related positive and negative impacts.
8.4.17: Identify substances that may pollute water, related environmental and societal impacts of pollution, and ways to reduce or eliminate effects of pollution.
Correlation last revised: 9/24/2019