Grade Level and Grade Span Expectations
SPS1..1.S.SPS18.104.22.168: Define and delimit problems to facilitate investigation.
SPS1..1.S.SPS22.214.171.124: Ask questions about relationships between and among observable variables as well as theoretical entities.
SPS1..3.S.SPS126.96.36.199: Carry out procedures controlling major variables and adapting or extending procedures where required.
SPS2..4.S.SPS188.8.131.52: Realize that most systems above the molecular level involve so many parts and forces and are so sensitive to tiny differences in conditions that their precise behavior is unpredictable, even if all the rules for change are known. Predictable or not, the precise future of a system is not completely determined by its present state and circumstances but also on the fundamentally uncertain outcomes of events on the atomic scale.
SPS4.1.S.SPS184.108.40.206: Select and analyze information from various sources (including electronic resources, print resources, community resources) and personally collected data to answer questions being investigated.
SPS4.2.S.SPS220.127.116.11: Create written reports and journals to share and communicate scientific ideas, plans, results, and conclusions resulting from observations and investigations.
SPS4.3.S.SPS18.104.22.168: Pursue scientific inquiry such as observation, measurement, hypothesis formation and analysis, and value "habits of mind" such as persistence, accuracy, and collaboration.
SPS4.4.S.SPS22.214.171.124: Formulate scientific questions about an issue and define experimental procedures for finding answers.
PS3.1.S.PS126.96.36.199: Understand the four fundamental forces found in nature: gravitation, electromagnetism, strong nuclear force, and weak nuclear force.
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018