S1.0.1.a: Propose questions that could be tested experimentally.
S1.0.1.b: Select and justify various methods for finding answers to specific questions.
S1.0.3.a: State a testable hypothesis or prediction based on background data or on observed events.
S1.0.3.b: Identify probable mathematical relationships between variables.
S1.0.3.c: Plan an investigation to answer a specific scientific question.
S1.0.4: Implementing a Plan
S1.0.4.a: Carry out procedures that comprise a fair test.
S1.0.5: Observing, Measuring, Recording
S1.0.5.c: Record, organize, and display data using an appropriate format.
S1.0.6: Analysis and Interpreting
S1.0.6.a: Interpret patterns and trends in data, and infer and explain relationships.
S1.0.6.c: Evaluate the original plan for an investigation and suggest improvements.
S1.0.7: Concluding and Applying
S1.0.7.a: Draw a conclusion that explains the results of an investigation.
S1.0.8: Reflecting on Science and Technology
S1.0.8.b: Explain the importance of using precise language in science and technology.
S1.0.8.c: Describe examples of how scientific knowledge has evolved in light of new evidence, and the role of technology in this evolution.
S1.0.8.d: Describe examples of how technologies have evolved in response to changing needs and scientific advances.
S1.0.8.g: Discuss social and environmental effects of past scientific and technological endeavours.
S1.0.9: Demonstrating Scientific and Technological Attitudes
S1.0.9.c: Demonstrate confidence in their ability to carry out investigations in science and to address STSE issues.
S1.1.01: Illustrate and explain the process of mitotic cell division in plants and animals.
S1.1.02: Observe and explain the dynamic nature of cell division.
S1.1.08: Investigate and explain adaptations of plant and animal species which enhance reproductive success.
S1.1.11: Observe, collect, and analyze class data of single trait inheritance.
S1.1.12: Differentiate between dominant and recessive genes.
S1.1.13: Describe the relationship among DNA, chromosomes, genes, and the expression of traits.
S1.1.14: Explain the inheritance of sex-linked traits in humans and use a pedigree to track the inheritance of a single trait.
S1.2.02: Investigate the historical progression of the atomic model.
S1.2.03: Define element and identify symbols of some common elements.
S1.2.04: Explain the atomic structure of an atom in terms of the number of protons, electrons, and neutrons, and explain how those numbers define atomic number and atomic mass.
S1.2.05: Assemble or draw Bohr atomic models for the first 18 elements and group them according to the number of outer shell electrons.
S1.2.06: Investigate the development of the periodic table as a method of organizing elements.
S1.2.10: Interpret chemical formulas of elements and compounds in terms of the number of atoms of each element.
S1.2.12: Differentiate between physical and chemical changes.
S1.2.13: Experiment to determine indicators of chemical change.
S1.3.06: Investigate common electrostatic technologies and phenomena and describe measures which reduce dangers associated with electrostatics.
S1.3.08: Demonstrate and explain the like nature of electrostatics and current electricity.
S1.3.13: Construct electric circuits using schematic diagrams.
S1.3.15: Compare and contrast voltage and current in series and parallel circuits.
S1.3.16: Investigate and describe qualitatively the relationship among current, voltage (electric potential difference), and resistance in a simple electric circuit.
S1.3.18: Explain the parallel circuits, the components, and the safety aspects of household wiring.
S1.3.20: Define electrical power as energy per unit time, and solve related problems.
S1.3.S1.3.211: Develop a formula for domestic power consumption costs, and solve related problems.
S1.3.22: Analyze the electrical energy consumption of a household appliance.
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