NCES.6.P.1.1: Compare the properties of waves to the wavelike property of energy in earthquakes, light and sound.
NCES.6.P.1.3: Explain the relationship among the rate of vibration, the medium through which vibrations travel, sound and hearing.
NCES.6.P.2.2: Explain the effect of heat on the motion of atoms through a description of what happens to particles during a change in phase.
NCES.6.P.2.3: Compare the physical properties of pure substances that are independent of the amount of matter present including density, melting point, boiling point, and solubility to properties that are dependent on the amount of matter present to include volume, mass and weight.
NCES.6.P.3.1: Illustrate the transfer of heat energy from warmer objects to cooler ones using examples of conduction, radiation and convection and the effects that may result.
NCES.6.P.3.2: Explain the effects of electromagnetic waves on various materials to include absorption, scattering, and change in temperature.
NCES.6.E.1.1: Explain how the relative motion and relative position of the sun, Earth and moon affect the seasons, tides, phases of the moon, and eclipses.
NCES.6.E.1.2: Explain why Earth sustains life while other planets do not based on their properties (including types of surface, atmosphere and gravitational force) and location to the Sun.
NCES.6.E.2.2: Explain how crustal plates and ocean basins are formed, move and interact using earthquakes, heat flow and volcanoes to reflect forces within the earth.
NCES.6.L.1.1: Summarize the basic structures and functions of flowering plants required for survival, reproduction and defense.
NCES.6.L.1.2: Explain the significance of the processes of photosynthesis, respiration, and transpiration to the survival of green plants and other organisms.
NCES.6.L.2.1: Summarize how energy derived from the sun is used by plants to produce sugars (photosynthesis) and is transferred within food chains and food webs (terrestrial and aquatic) from producers to consumers to decomposers.
NCES.6.L.2.3: Summarize how the abiotic factors (such as temperature, water, sunlight, and soil quality) of biomes (freshwater, marine, forest, grasslands, desert, Tundra) affect the ability of organisms to grow, survive and/or create their own food through photosynthesis.
Correlation last revised: 1/22/2020