GA--Performance Standards (GPS)
P.SCSh3.b: Develop procedures for solving scientific problems.
P.SCSh3.c: Collect, organize and record appropriate data.
P.SCSh5.d: Express appropriate numbers of significant figures for calculated data, using scientific notation where appropriate.
P.SCSh6.d: Participate in group discussions of scientific investigation and current scientific issues.
P.SCSh8.a: Scientific investigators control the conditions of their experiments in order to produce valuable data.
P.SP1.c: Compare graphically and algebraically the relationships among position, velocity, acceleration, and time.
P.SP1.e: Measure and calculate the magnitude of gravitational forces.
P.SP1.f: Measure and calculate two-dimensional motion (projectile and circular) by using component vectors.
P.SP1.g: Measure and calculate centripetal force.
P.SP2.b: Explain how the instability of radioactive isotopes results in spontaneous nuclear reactions.
P.SP3.a: Analyze, evaluate, and apply the principle of conservation of energy and measure the components of work-energy theorem by
P.SP3.a.1: describing total energy in a closed system.
P.SP3.a.2: identifying different types of potential energy.
P.SP3.a.3: calculating kinetic energy given mass and velocity.
P.SP3.a.4: relating transformations between potential and kinetic energy.
P.SP3.d: Compare and contrast elastic and inelastic collisions.
P.SP4.b: Experimentally determine the behavior of waves in various media in terms of reflection, refraction, and diffraction of waves.
P.SP4.c: Explain the relationship between the phenomena of interference and the principle of superposition.
P.SP4.d: Demonstrate the transfer of energy through different mediums by mechanical waves.
P.SP5.b: Determine the relationship among potential difference, current, and resistance in a direct current circuit.
P.SP5.c: Determine equivalent resistances in series and parallel circuits.
P.SP5.d: Determine the relationship between moving electric charges and magnetic fields.
Correlation last revised: 1/11/2017