1.M.1: Understand structure and properties of matter.
1.M.1.1: Understand structure and properties of matter.
1.M.1.1.1: Describe properties of elements and their relationship to the periodic table.
1.M.1.1.1.a: Explain atoms and their base components (protons, neutrons, and electrons) as a basis for all matter.
1.M.1.1.1.b: Read and interpret the periodic table, recognizing the relationship of the chemical and physical properties of the elements to their position on the periodic table.
1.M.1.1.1.c: Recognize that the historical development of atomic theory demonstrates how scientific knowledge changes over time, and how those changes have had an impact on society.
1.M.2: Understand chemical and physical changes.
1.M.2.1: Describe and analyze chemical and physical changes.
1.M.2.1.1: Analyze the effects of various factors on physical changes and chemical reactions.
1.M.2.1.1.a: Describe how transformations among solids, liquids, and gases occur (change of state).
1.M.2.1.1.b: Identify factors that can influence change of state, including temperature, pressure and concentration.
1.M.2.1.1.c: Describe chemical reactions in terms of reactants and products.
1.M.2.1.1.d: Describe the factors that affect the rate of chemical reactions.
1.M.2.1.1.e: Recognize examples that show when substances combine or break apart in a chemical reaction, the total mass remains the same (conservation of mass).
1.F.1: Understand fundamental forces, their forms, and their effects on motion.
1.F.1.1: Describe fundamental forces and the motions resulting from them.
1.F.1.1.1: Describe and explain the effects of multiple forces acting on an object.
1.F.1.1.1.c: Describe the forces acting on an object, based on the motion of that object.
1.F.1.1.2: Recognize that gravity is a universal force.
1.F.1.1.2.a: Describe the relationship of mass and distance to gravitational force.
1.E.1: Understand energy, its transformations, and interactions with matter.
1.E.1.1: Explain and analyze the interaction of energy and matter.
1.E.1.1.1: Describe differences and similarities between kinds of waves, including sound, seismic, and electromagnetic, as a means of transmitting energy.
1.E.1.1.1.a: Recognize that waves of all kinds have energy that can be transferred when the waves interact with matter.
1.E.1.1.1.b: Apply the concepts of frequency, wavelength, amplitude and energy to electromagnetic and mechanical waves.
1.E.1.1.2: Describe and analyze examples of conservation of energy.
1.E.1.1.2.a: Recognize that heat energy is a by-product of most energy transformations.
1.E.1.1.2.b: Describe ways in which energy can be transferred, including chemical reactions, nuclear reactions, and light waves.
1.E.1.1.2.c: Explain the difference between potential and kinetic energy.
1.E.1.1.2.d: Analyze the flow of energy through a system by applying the law of conservation of energy.
2.O.1: Understand the characteristics, structure, and functions of organisms.
2.O.1.1: Describe the characteristics, structure, and functions of organisms.
2.O.1.1.1: Describe, explain, and compare the structure and functions of cells in organisms.
2.O.1.1.1.a: Describe how biological systems can maintain equilibrium (homeostasis).
2.O.1.1.1.b: Identify unique structures in cells from plants, animals, and prokaryotes.
2.O.1.1.1.c: Identify cell organelles and state how their activities contribute to a particular type of cell carrying out its function.
2.O.1.1.1.d: Explain the role of the cell membrane in cell transport.
2.O.1.1.1.e: Distinguish between active and passive transport, including diffusion and osmosis, explaining the mechanics of each.
2.O.1.1.1.f: Describe photosynthesis as a chemical process and part of the carbon cycle.
2.O.1.1.1.g: Explain how the development of tools and technology, including microscopes, has aided in the understanding of cells and microbes.
2.H.1: Understand the transmission of traits in living things.
2.H.1.1: Understand the transmission of traits in living things.
2.H.1.1.1: Explain laws of heredity and their relationship to the structure and function of DNA.
2.H.1.1.1.a: Describe the structure of DNA and the way that DNA functions to control protein synthesis.
2.H.1.1.1.b: Recognize and understand the differences between meiosis and mitosis in cellular reproduction.
2.H.1.1.1.c: Recognize that changes in DNA (mutations) and anomalies in chromosomes create changes in organisms.
2.H.1.1.1.d: Apply concepts of inheritance of traits, including Mendels laws, Punnett squares, and pedigress, to determine the characteristics of offspring.
2.H.1.1.1.e: Recognize the existence of technology that can alter and/or determine inherited traits.
2.D.1: Understand the relationships among living things and between living things and their environments.
2.D.1.1: Explain and analyze the interdependence of organisms in their natural environment.
2.D.1.1.1: Describe and analyze the effect of species, including humans, on an ecosystem.
2.D.1.1.1.a: Predict outcomes of changes in resources and energy flow in an ecosystem.
2.D.1.1.1.b: Explain how humans and other species can impact an ecosystem.
2.D.1.2: Describe and analyze diversity of species, natural selection, and adaptations.
2.D.1.2.1: Analyze how living things have changed over geological time, using fossils and other scientific evidence.
2.D.1.2.1.a: Recognize that, over time, natural selection may result in development of a new species or subspecies.
2.D.1.2.1.b: Recognize that natural selection and its evolutionary consequences provide an explanation of the fossil record as well as an explanation for the molecular similarities among varied species.
2.D.1.2.1.c: Explain how biological evolution can account for the diversity of species developed over time.
2.D.1.2.1.d: Explain the relationship between genetics, mutations, and biological evolution.
2.D.1.2.1.e: Explain how our understanding of evolution has changed over time.
3.D.2: Understand changes occurring within the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere of the Earth.
3.D.2.1: Explain and analyze changes occurring within the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere of the Earth.
3.D.2.1.1: Analyze the relationship between global energy transfer and climate.
3.D.2.1.1.c: Describe how differential heating of the Earths surface, atmosphere, and oceans produces wind and ocean currents.
3.D.2.1.2: Analyze evidence of ongoing evolution of the Earth system.
3.D.2.1.2.a: Describe methods of determining ages of rocks and fossils.
3.D.2.1.2.d: Describe how earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, mountain building, and continental movements result from slow plate motions.
3.S.1: Understand the Earth's place in the solar system and the universe.
3.S.1.1: Explain relationships among the Earth, sun, moon, and the solar system.
3.S.1.1.1: Explain how mass and distance affect the interaction between Earth and other objects in space.
3.S.1.1.1.a: Recognize that the suns gravitational pull holds the Earth and other planets in their orbits, just as the planets' gravitational pull keeps their moons in orbit around them.
3.S.1.1.1.b: Explain that the force of gravity between Earth and other objects in space depends only upon their masses and the distances between them.
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017