3.1.12.A5: Form and Function
3.1.12.A5.1: Analyze how structure is related to function at all levels of biological organization from molecules to organisms.
3.1.12.A8: Unifying Themes
3.1.12.A8.1: Describe and interpret dynamic changes in stable systems.
3.1.12.C1: Natural Selection
3.1.12.C1.1: Analyze how natural selection leads to speciation.
3.2.12.A2: Structure of Matter
3.2.12.A2.3: Explain how light is absorbed or emitted by electron orbital transitions.
3.2.12.A5: Unifying Themes
3.2.12.A5.2: Predict the shift in equilibrium when a system is subjected to a stress.
3.2.12.B1: Force & Motion of Particles and Rigid Bodies
3.2.12.B1.1: Analyze the principles of rotational motion to solve problems relating to angular momentum and torque.
3.2.12.B2: Energy Storage and Transformations: Conservation Laws
3.2.12.B2.2: Demonstrate how the law of conservation of momentum and conservation of energy provide alternate approaches to predict and describe the motion of objects.
3.2.12.B4: Electrical and Magnetic Energy
3.2.12.B4.1: Describe conceptually the attractive and repulsive forces between objects relative to their charges and the distance between them.
3.2.12.B6: Unifying Themes
3.2.12.B6.1: Compare and contrast motions of objects using forces and conservation laws.
3.3.12.A1: Earth Features and the Processes that Change It
3.3.12.A1.2: Analyze the processes that cause the movement of material in the Earth’s systems.
3.3.12.A3: Earth’s History
3.3.12.A3.1: Describe the absolute and relative dating methods used to measure geologic time, such as index fossils, radioactive dating, law of superposition, and crosscutting relationships.
3.3.12.A6: Weather and Climate
3.3.12.A6.1: Explain how the unequal heating of the Earth’s surface leads to atmospheric global circulation changes, climate, local short term changes, and weather.
3.3.12.A7: Unifying Themes
3.3.12.A7.2: Infer how human activities may impact the natural course of Earth’s cycles.
3.3.12.A7.3: Summarize the use of data in understanding seismic events, meteorology, and geologic time.
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018