21st Century Skills and Readiness Competencies
S.1.GLE.1: Energy comes in many forms such as light, heat, sound, magnetic, chemical, and electrical
S.1.GLE.1.IQ: Inquiry Questions:
S.1.GLE.1.IQ.1: How do we know that energy exists within a system such as in an electrical circuit?
S.1.GLE.1.IQ.2: How can heat be transferred from one object to another?
S.1.GLE.1.RA: Relevance and Application:
S.1.GLE.1.RA.1: There are multiple energy sources, both renewable and nonrenewable.
S.1.GLE.1.RA.2: Energy can be used or stored. For example, it can be stored in a battery and then used when running a portable media player such as an iPod.
S.2.GLE.3: There is interaction and interdependence between and among living and nonliving components of ecosystems
S.2.GLE.3.IQ: Inquiry Questions:
S.2.GLE.3.IQ.2: How do nonliving components of an ecosystem influence living components?
S.2.GLE.3.RA: Relevance and Application:
S.2.GLE.3.RA.1: Humans can have positive and negative impacts on an ecosystem.
S.2.GLE.3.RA.2: Nonliving components are cycled and recycled through ecosystems and need to be protected and conserved.
S.2.GLE.3.N: Nature of Science:
S.2.GLE.3.N.2: Evaluate models that show interactions between living and nonliving components of ecosystems, identifying the strengths and weaknesses of the model in representing what happens in the real world.
S.3.GLE.1: Earth is part of the solar system, which includes the Sun, Moon, and other bodies that orbit the Sun in predictable patterns that lead to observable paths of objects in the sky as seen from Earth
S.3.GLE.1.IQ: Inquiry Questions:
S.3.GLE.1.IQ.1: What are the patterns of movement for the Sun and Moon across the sky?
S.3.GLE.1.IQ.2: How does Earth compare to other objects orbiting the Sun?
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017