1: Life Science: Reproduction

1.1: Cellular Processes

1.1.1: recognize that the nucleus of a cell contains genetic information and determines cellular processes

Cell Structure
RNA and Protein Synthesis

1.1.2: explain the importance of using the terms gene and chromosome properly

Human Karyotyping

1.1.3: identify major shifts in scientific understanding of genetics

DNA Analysis

1.1.4: illustrate and describe the basic processes of mitosis and meiosis

Cell Division

1.2: Asexual and Sexual Reproduction

1.2.1: distinguish between sexual and asexual reproduction in representative organisms

Pollination: Flower to Fruit

1.2.3: identify questions to investigate about sexual reproduction in plants

Pollination: Flower to Fruit

1.2.4: use tools and apparatus safely to investigate the structure of flowers

Pollination: Flower to Fruit

1.2.5: communicate the results of an investigation into the structure of flowers

Pollination: Flower to Fruit

1.3: Genetic Changes

1.3.1: provide examples of genetic conditions that cannot be cured using scientific and technological knowledge at the present time

Human Karyotyping

1.3.3: evaluate information and evidence gathered on the topic of genetics and genetic engineering

Mouse Genetics (One Trait)
Mouse Genetics (Two Traits)

2: Physical Science: Atoms and Elements

2.1: Safety Considerations and Physical Properties

2.1.3: investigate materials and describe them in terms of their physical properties

Density Experiment: Slice and Dice

2.2: Chemical Changes and Reactions

2.2.1: describe changes that result from common chemical reactions:

2.2.1.1: energy change

Chemical Changes

2.2.1.2: change in colour

Chemical Changes

2.2.1.5: new chemical substance formed

Chemical Equations
Equilibrium and Concentration

2.2.2: determine, where possible, if the change in a material or object is physical or chemical on the basis of experimental data

Chemical Changes

2.2.3: identify new questions about physical and chemical changes that arise from investigations

Diffusion

2.3: Atomic Theory

2.3.1: identify major changes in atomic theory up to and including the Bohr model

Bohr Model of Hydrogen
Bohr Model: Introduction

2.3.2: use models in describing the structure and the components of atoms and molecules, and explain the importance of choosing words that are scientifically appropriate:

2.3.2.1: determine the number of protons and electrons in the atom of an element, given its atomic number

Element Builder

2.3.2.2: determine the number of protons, electrons, and neutrons, given the mass number and atomic number

Element Builder

2.3.2.3: be able to write the appropriate symbol for an isotope, given the number of protons and neutrons

Element Builder

2.4: Periodic Law

2.4.1: identify examples of common elements, and compare their characteristics and atomic structure

Element Builder

2.4.2: describe and explain the role of collecting evidence, finding relationships, and proposing explanations in the development of the periodic table

Electron Configuration

2.4.3: use a periodic table to predict properties of a family elements:

2.4.3.1: period

Electron Configuration

2.4.3.2: family

Electron Configuration
Ionic Bonds

2.4.4: identify the elements and number of atoms, given a chemical formula

Chemical Equations

3: Physical Science: Characteristics of Electricity

3.2: Static Electricity and Electric Current

3.2.1: describe the flow of charge in an electrical circuit and describe the factors affecting the amount of resistance in a wire (length, diameter, type):

3.2.1.1: voltage

Advanced Circuits
Circuit Builder
Circuits

3.2.1.2: electric current

Advanced Circuits
Circuit Builder
Circuits

3.2.1.3: resistance

Advanced Circuits
Circuit Builder
Circuits

3.3: Series and Parallel Circuits

3.3.2: use an ammeter and a voltmeter to measure current and voltage in series and parallel circuits

Circuits

3.3.5: present graphically the data from investigation of voltage, current, and resistance in series and parallel circuits

Circuit Builder

3.3.6: describe series and parallel (maximum two resistors) circuits involving varying resistance, voltage, and current, using Ohmsâ?? Law:

3.3.6.1: draw circuit diagrams, using circuit symbols for a cell, switch, battery, lamp, resistor, multirange meter

Advanced Circuits
Circuit Builder
Circuits

3.4: Use of Electrical Energy

3.4.1: relate electrical energy to domestic power consumption costs:

3.4.1.1: watt as a unit of power (1 W = 1 J/s)

Household Energy Usage

3.4.3: compare examples of past and current technologies that used current electricity to meet similar needs

Electromagnetic Induction

4: Earth and Space Science: Space Exploration

4.3: Composition and Characteristics of the Solar System

4.3.5: describe the effects of solar phenomena on Earth:

4.3.5.3: solar radiation

Seasons Around the World

4.4: Composition and Characteristics of the Universe

4.4.2: describe and classify the major components of the universe:

4.4.2.3: giant stars

H-R Diagram

Correlation last revised: 9/24/2019

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