P.8.A: Students understand the properties and changes of properties in matter.
P.8.A.1: Students know particles are arranged differently in solids, liquids, and gases of the same substance.
P.8.A.2: Students know elements can be arranged in the periodic table which shows repeating patterns that group elements with similar properties.
P.8.A.4: Students know atoms often combine to form molecules, and that compounds form when two or more different kinds of atoms chemically bond.
P.8.A.5: Students know mass is conserved in physical and chemical changes.
P.8.A.7: Students know the characteristics of electrons, protons, and neutrons.
P.8.A.8: Students know substances containing only one kind of atom are elements which cannot be broken into smaller pieces by normal laboratory processes.
P.8.B: Students understand that position and motion of an object result from the net effect of the different forces acting on it.
P.8.B.1: Students know the effects of balanced and unbalanced forces on an object's motion.
P.8.B.2: Students know electric currents can produce magnetic forces and magnets can cause electric currents.
P.8.B.3: Students know every object exerts gravitational force on every other object, and the magnitude of this force depends on the mass of the objects and their distance from one another.
P.8.C: Students understand transfer of energy.
P.8.C.1: Students know visible light is a narrow band within the electromagnetic spectrum.
P.8.C.2: Students know vibrations (e.g., sounds, earthquakes) move at different speeds in different materials, have different wavelengths, and set up wave-like disturbances that spread away from the source uniformly.
P.8.C.4: Students know energy cannot be created or destroyed, in a chemical or physical reaction, but only changed from one form to another.
P.8.C.5: Students know heat energy flows from warmer materials or regions to cooler ones through conduction, convection, and radiation.
E.8.A: Students understand the relationship between the Earth's atmosphere, topography, weather and climate.
E.8.A.1: Students know seasons are caused by variations in the amounts of the Sun’s energy reaching Earth’s surface due to the planet’s axial tilt.
E.8.A.2: Students know how the processes involved in the water cycle affect climatic patterns.
E.8.A.5: Students know the difference between local weather and regional climate.
E.8.A.6: Students know topography and patterns of global and local atmospheric movement influence local weather which occurs primarily in the lower atmosphere.
E.8.B: Students understand characteristics of our solar system that is part of the Milky Way galaxy.
E.8.B.2: Students know the solar system includes a great variety of planetary moons, asteroids, and comets.
E.8.B.3: Students know characteristics of the planets in our solar system.
E.8.B.4: Students know Earth is part of a solar system located within the Milky Way Galaxy.
E.8.B.7: Students know regular and predictable motions of Earth around the Sun and the Moon around the Earth explain such phenomena as the day, the year, phases of the Moon, and eclipses.
E.8.C: Students understand that landforms result from a combination of constructive and destructive processes.
E.8.C.2: Students know rocks at Earth’s surface weather, forming sediments that are buried, then compacted, heated and often recrystallized into new rock.
E.8.C.3: Students know Earth is composed of a crust (both continental and oceanic); hot convecting mantle; and dense, a metallic core.
E.8.C.4: Students know the very slow movement of large crustal plates result in geological events.
E.8.C.5: Students know how geologic processes account for state and regional topography.
E.8.C.7: Students know the characteristics, abundances, and location of renewable and nonrenewable resources found in Nevada.
E.8.C.8: Students know soils have properties, such as color, texture, and water retention, and provide nutrients for life according to how they form.
L.8.A: Students understand the role of genetic information in the continuation of a species.
L.8.A.1: Students know heredity is the passage of genetic instructions from one generation to the next generation.
L.8.A.3: Students know organisms can be bred for specific characteristics.
L.8.B: Students understand that living things are composed of cells, which are specialized in multicellular organisms to perform a variety of life functions.
L.8.B.2: Students know cells grow, divide, and take in nutrients which they use to provide energy for cell functions.
L.8.B.3: Students know some organisms are made of just one cell and that multicellular organisms can consist of thousands to millions of cells working together.
L.8.B.5: Students know disease can result from defects in body systems or from damage caused by infection.
L.8.C: Students understand how living and nonliving components of ecosystems interact.
L.8.C.1: Students know how matter and energy are transferred through food webs in an ecosystem.
L.8.C.2: Students know how to characterize organisms in any ecosystem by their functions.
L.8.C.3: Students will evaluate how changes in environments can be beneficial or harmful.
L.8.C.4: Students know inter-related factors affect the number and type of organisms an ecosystem can support.
L.8.D: Students understand that life forms change over time, contributing to the variety of organisms found on the Earth.
L.8.D.1: Students know species can be identified and classified based upon their characteristics.
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018