Grade Level Articulations
4.1.PO 2: Describe the basic structure of a cell, including:
4.1.PO 2.a: cell wall
4.1.PO 2.b: cell membrane
4.1.PO 3: Describe the function of each of the following cell parts:
4.1.PO 3.a: cell wall
4.1.PO 3.b: cell membrane
4.1.PO 4: Differentiate between plant and animal cells.
4.1.PO 6: Relate the following structures of living organisms to their functions:
4.1.PO 6.a: Animals
4.1.PO 6.a.2: digestion - stomach, intestines
4.1.PO 6.a.3: circulation - heart, veins, arteries, capillaries
4.1.PO 7: Describe how the various systems of living organisms work together to perform a vital function:
4.1.PO 7.a: respiratory and circulatory
4.1.PO 7.c: digestive and excretory
4.3.PO 1: Explain that sunlight is the major source of energy for most ecosystems.
5.3.PO 1: Identify various ways in which electrical energy is generated using renewable and nonrenewable resources (e.g., wind, dams, fossil fuels, nuclear reactions).
5.3.PO 2: Identify several ways in which energy may be stored.
5.3.PO 3: Compare the following ways in which energy may be transformed:
5.3.PO 3.a: mechanical to electrical
5.3.PO 3.b: electrical to thermal
5.3.PO 4: Explain how thermal energy (heat energy) can be transferred by:
5.3.PO 4.a: conduction
5.3.PO 4.b: convection
5.3.PO 4.c: radiation
6.1.PO 4: Analyze the interactions between the Earth’s atmosphere and the Earth’s bodies of water (water cycle).
6.2.PO 1: Explain how water is cycled in nature.
6.2.PO 4: Analyze the following factors that affect climate:
6.2.PO 4.c: location
6.2.PO 5: Analyze the impact of large-scale weather systems on the local weather.
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018