Grade Level Articulations
4.2.PO 1: Explain the purposes of cell division:
4.2.PO 1.a: growth and repair
4.2.PO 2: Explain the basic principles of heredity using the human examples of:
4.2.PO 2.a: eye color
4.2.PO 3: Distinguish between the nature of dominant and recessive traits in humans.
4.4.PO 6: Describe the following factors that allow for the survival of living organisms:
4.4.PO 6.a: protective coloration
4.4.PO 6.d: pollination
5.1.PO 1: Identify different kinds of matter based on the following physical properties:
5.1.PO 1.a: states
5.1.PO 1.b: density
5.1.PO 2: Identify different kinds of matter based on the following chemical properties:
5.1.PO 2.a: reactivity
5.1.PO 2.b: pH
5.1.PO 3: Identify the following types of evidence that a chemical reaction has occurred:
5.1.PO 3.c: color change
5.1.PO 6: Explain the systematic organization of the periodic table.
5.1.PO 7: Investigate how the transfer of energy can affect the physical and chemical properties of matter.
5.2.PO 1: Demonstrate velocity as the rate of change of position over time.
5.2.PO 2: Identify the conditions under which an object will continue in its state of motion (Newton’s 1st Law of Motion).
5.2.PO 3: Describe how the acceleration of a body is dependent on its mass and the net applied force (Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion).
5.2.PO 4: Describe forces as interactions between bodies (Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion).
5.2.PO 5: Create a graph devised from measurements of moving objects and their interactions, including:
5.2.PO 5.a: position-time graphs
5.2.PO 5.b: velocity-time graphs
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017