Saskatchewan Foundational and Learning Objective
SE.1.2: Explain changes in the scientific worldview (paradigm shift) of sustainability and human?s responsibility to protect ecosystems.
SE.2.1: Observe and document a range of organisms to illustrate the biodiversity within a local ecosystem.
SE.2.4: Explain how the biodiversity of an ecosystem contributes to its sustainability.
SE.2.5: Identify energy flow in ecosystems using the concept of the pyramid of energy, numbers, or biomass.
SE.2.10: Examine the impact of invasive species on an ecosystem.
SE.3.1: Explain various ways in which natural populations maintain equilibrium and relate this equilibrium to the resource limits of an ecosystem.
SE.3.2: Construct and/or interpret graphs of population dynamics.
SE.4.1: Illustrate the cycling of nutrients and matter through biotic and abiotic components of an ecosystem by tracking carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen.
SE.5.1: Explain why ecosystems with similar characteristics can exist in different geographical locations.
SE.5.3: Explain why different ecosystems respond differently to short-term stresses and long-term changes.
MW.1.2: Distinguish between scientific questions and technological problems when exploring motion-related topics.
MW.1.6: Evaluate the role of continued testing in the development and improvement of technologies related to motion.
MW.3.2: Design an experiment and identify specific variables to be tested.
MW.3.4: Use appropriate instruments such as ticker timers, stopwatches, photogates, or motion detectors to collect data effectively and accurately.
MW.3.10: Define instantaneous speed and average speed as they relate to uniform motion.
MW.4.1: Collect data about everyday objects that undergo uniformly accelerated motion.
MW.4.3: Construct and analyze distance-time and speed-time graphs of objects that undergo uniform acceleration.
MW.4.4: Describe quantitatively the relationship among speed, time, and acceleration.
MW.5.1: Describe quantitatively the relationship among distance, time, speed, and acceleration for everyday objects that undergo simple linear motion (uniform motion or uniformly accelerated motion).
MW.5.2: Identify the physical quantity that the slope of a distance-time graph represents.
MW.5.3: Identify the physical quantity that the slope of a speed-time graph and the area under a speed-time graph represent.
MW.5.4: Solve problems related to uniform motion and uniformly accelerated motion using the equations of motion.
MW.5.5: Use distance-time and speed-time graphs to solve problems related to uniform motion and uniformly accelerated motion.
CR.1.3: Perform activities to investigate exothermic and endothermic chemical reactions.
CR.1.4: Identify indicators that provide evidence that a chemical reaction has likely taken place.
CR.2.2: Name and write formulas for common ionic compounds using the periodic table and a list of ions.
CR.2.3: Name and write formulas for common molecular compounds using the periodic table and a list of numerical prefixes.
CR.2.7: Represent chemical reactions using word equations.
CR.2.9: Represent chemical reactions and conservation of mass using models.
CR.2.10: Represent chemical reactions and conservation of mass using balanced chemical equations.
CR.4.1: Identify how factors such as temperature, concentration, and surface area can affect the rate of a chemical reaction.
CR.4.2: Use the collision model to explain changes in chemical reaction rates.
CR.4.3: Design and perform an experiment to determine how various factors affect chemical reaction rates, identifying and controlling major variables.
CR.4.6: Interpret patterns and trends in data, and infer or calculate linear and nonlinear relationships among variables.
CR.4.7: Value the processes for drawing conclusions in science.
WD.1.6: Explore the technical, social, and cultural implications of present technology and potential future technological developments.
WD.2.2: Recognize situations where measurement is necessary and select the appropriate measuring tool.
Correlation last revised: 9/24/2019