CLE 3210.1.1: Compare the structure and function of cellular organelles in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
CLE 3210.1.4: Describe the processes of cell growth and reproduction.
CLE 3210.1.5: Compare different models to explain the movement of materials into and out of cells.
CLE 3210.2.1: Investigate how the dynamic equilibrium of an ecological community is associated with interactions among its organisms.
CLE 3210.2.2: Analyze and interpret population data, graphs, or diagrams.
CLE 3210.2.3: Predict how global climate change, human activity, geologic events, and the introduction of non-native species impact an ecosystem.
CLE 3210.3.1: Analyze energy flow through an ecosystem.
CLE 3210.3.2: Distinguish between aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
CLE 3210.3.3: Investigate the relationship between the processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration.
CLE 3210.3.4: Describe the events which occur during the major biogeochemical cycles.
CLE 3210.4.1: Investigate how genetic information is encoded in nucleic acids.
CLE 3210.4.2: Describe the relationships among genes, chromosomes, proteins, and hereditary traits.
CLE 3210.4.3: Predict the outcome of monohybrid and dihybrid crosses.
CLE 3210.4.4: Compare different modes of inheritance: sex linkage, co-dominance, incomplete dominance, multiple alleles, and polygenic traits.
CLE 3210.4.5: Recognize how meiosis and sexual reproduction contribute to genetic variation in a population.
CLE 3210.4.6: Describe the connection between mutations and human genetic disorders.
CLE 3210.5.1: Associate structural, functional, and behavioral adaptations with the ability of organisms to survive under various environmental conditions.
CLE 3210.5.2: Analyze the relationship between form and function in living things.
CLE 3210.5.3: Explain how genetic variation in a population and changing environmental conditions are associated with adaptation and the emergence of new species.
CLE 3210.5.5: Explain how evolution contributes to the amount of biodiversity.
CLE 3210.5.6: Explore the evolutionary basis of modern classification systems.
CLE 3216.1.2: Describe how fundamental life processes depend on chemical reactions that occur in specialized parts of the cell.
CLE 3216.1.3: Explain how materials move into and out of cells.
CLE 3216.1.5: Investigate how proteins regulate the internal environment of a cell through communication and transport.
CLE 3216.1.6: Describe the relationship between viruses and their host cells.
CLE 3216.2.1: Describe how the stability of an ecosystem is maintained.
CLE 3216.2.2: Investigate the major factors that influence population size and age distribution.
CLE 3216.2.4: Distinguish between the accommodation of individual organisms and the adaptation of a population to environmental change.
CLE 3216.3.2: Explain how sunlight is captured by plant cells and converted into usable energy.
CLE 3216.3.3: Describe how mitochondria make stored chemical energy available to cells.
CLE 3216.3.5: Analyze the role of ATP in the storage and release of cellular energy.
CLE 3216.4.1: Describe how mutation and sexual reproduction contribute to the amount of genetic variation in a population.
CLE 3216.4.2: Describe the relationship between phenotype and genotype.
CLE 3216.4.3: Predict the probable outcome of genetic crosses based on Mendel?s laws of segregation and independent assortment.
CLE 3216.4.4: Describe the relationship among genes, the DNA code, production of protein molecules, and the characteristics of an organism.
CLE 3216.5.1: Identify factors that determine the frequency of an allele in the gene pool of a population.
CLE 3216.5.2: Determine how mutation, gene flow, and migration influence population structure.
CLE 3216.6.1: Investigate the unity and the diversity among living things.
CLE 3216.7.1: Describe different plant types plants based on their anatomy and physiology.
CLE 3216.7.4: Describe the difference between plants and fungi.
CLE 3221.1.2: Analyze the organization of the modern periodic table.
CLE 3221.1.3: Describe an atom in terms of its composition and electron characteristics.
CLE 3221.2.3: Apply the kinetic molecular theory to describe solids, liquids, and gases.
CLE 3221.3.1: Investigate chemical bonding.
CLE 3221.3.2: Analyze chemical and nuclear reactions.
CLE 3221.3.3: Explore the mathematics of chemical formulas and equations.
CLE 3222.1.1: Explain and illustrate the arrangement of electrons surrounding an atom.
CLE 3222.1.2: Relate the arrangement of electrons surrounding an atom with observed periodic trends.
CLE 3222.2.1: Explain the kinetic-molecular theory.
CLE 3222.2.3: Explain how the physical characteristics of matter are governed by kinetic molecular theory and intermolecular forces.
CLE 3222.3.1: Use the reactants of a chemical reaction to predict the products.
CLE 3222.3.2: Fully analyze the quantitative aspects of a chemical reaction in terms of the amounts of products and reactants.
CLE 3222.3.3: Analyze the kinetics of a chemical reaction.
CLE 3204.1.2: Examine the components of the solar system.
CLE 3204.1.3: Explore the sun, earth, and moon relationships and their gravitational effects.
CLE 3204.2.2: Explore pathways of energy transfer.
CLE 3204.3.1: Explain the components of the tectonic cycle.
CLE 3204.3.2: Investigate the rock cycle.
CLE 3204.3.3: Analyze the hydrologic cycle.
CLE 3204.3.5: Differentiate among the geochemical cycles.
CLE 3204.3.6: Evaluate the impact of living organisms on earth system cycles.
CLE 3204.4.3: Interpret the fossil record for evidence of biological evolution.
CLE 3204.4.4: Demonstrate the impact of environmental change on the origin and extinction of plant and animal species.
CLE 3255.1.1: Analyze strategies for classifying organisms.
CLE 3255.1.2: Identify organisms based on how they obtain energy.
CLE 3255.2.1: Cite examples of populations limited by natural factors, humans or both.
CLE 3255.2.3: Summarize how natural selection influences a population over time.
CLE 3255.3.2: Relate species interactions such as competition, predation and symbiosis to coevolution.
CLE 3255.3.3: Apply the first and second laws of thermodynamics to explain the flow of energy through a food chain or web.
CLE 3255.3.4: Analyze how biomass is related to trophic levels.
CLE 3255.4.1: Describe the flow of energy flow through an ecosystem.
CLE 3255.4.2: Describe how matter cycles through various biogeochemical cycles.
CLE 3255.4.4: Summarize the human impact on ecosystems.
CLE 3255.5.5: Identify how humans impact biomes.
CLE 3255.6.2: Examine state, national, and international efforts to sustain native species and ecosystems.
CLE 3255.6.3: Evaluate the impact of personal actions on the environment.
CLE 3255.6.4: Identify and explain choices you can make to lessen your impact on the environment.
CLE 3260.1.2: Use the theory of plate tectonics to explain the occurrence of earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis.
CLE 3260.1.3: Explain the rock cycle and its association with soil formation.
CLE 3260.2.1: Employ the first and second laws of thermodynamics to explain energy flow within ecosystems.
CLE 3260.2.5: Explain biogeochemical cycling in ecosystems.
CLE 3260.4.2: Explore best management practices related to water and soil resources.
CLE 3260.4.3: Compare and contrast preservation and conservation.
CLE 3260.4.4: Evaluate the impact of human activities on natural resources.
CLE 3260.6.1: Investigate the causes, environmental effects, and methods for controlling/preventing land, air and water pollution.
CLE 3260.6.2: Apply case studies to relate land, air, and water pollution to human health issues.
CLE 3260.6.3: Explore methods used for remediation of land, air and water pollution.
CLE 3260.6.4: Research local and national environmental legislation related to protecting land, air and water resources.
CLE 3260.7.1: Explain how consumer choices in Tennessee impact jobs, resources, pollution and waste here and around the world.
CLE 3260.7.3: Explain how human activity is related to ozone depletion and climate change.
CLE 3205.1.1: Read and interpret topographic and geologic maps.
CLE 3205.1.2: Use geologic maps to investigate rock types, time periods, and faults and folds.
CLE 3205.2.2: Apply the periodic table to determine the properties of an element.
CLE 3205.2.4: Distinguish between the physical and chemical properties of minerals.
CLE 3205.3.1: Identify and differentiate among the three rock groups.
CLE 3205.3.2: Describe the processes responsible for forming the three rock groups.
CLE 3205.3.3: Examine the characteristics of each rock group.
CLE 3205.3.4: Explain the rock cycle.
CLE 3205.4.2: Investigate the evolution of earth.
CLE 3205.4.3: Investigate the history of life.
CLE 3205.4.4: Interpret the fossil record for evidence of biological evolution.
CLE 3205.4.5: Demonstrate the impact of environmental change on the origin and extinction of plant and animal species.
CLE 3205.5.1: Describe the major evidence to explain the theory of plate tectonics.
CLE 3205.5.2: Recognize different types of plate boundaries.
CLE 3205.5.3: Explain how convection currents provide the driving mechanism for plate movement.
CLE 3205.5.4: Describe processes associated with volcanoes, earthquakes, and mountain building.
CLE 3205.6.3: Describe the characteristics of groundwater and explain how human activities affect groundwater quality.
CLE 3251.1.1: Distinguish between anatomy and physiology.
CLE 3251.1.5: Describe the body mechanisms that maintain homeostasis.
CLE 3251.3.2: Describe the structure, function, and developmental aspects of neurons and their supporting glial cells.
CLE 3251.3.4: Investigate organs for perception of external stimuli and to the maintenance of homeostasis.
CLE 3251.5.3: Describe how nutrition, metabolism, and body temperature are related.
CLE 3202.1.1: Explore matter in terms of its physical and chemical properties.
CLE 3202.1.2: Describe the structure and arrangement of atomic particles.
CLE 3202.1.3: Characterize and classify elements based on their atomic structure.
CLE 3202.1.4: Investigate chemical and physical changes.
CLE 3202.1.7: Construct chemical formulas for common compounds.
CLE 3202.1.8: Investigate relationships among the pressure, temperature, and volume of gases and liquids.
CLE 3202.1.9: Apply the Laws of Conservation of Mass/Energy to balance chemical equations.
CLE 3202.2.1: Investigate the properties and behaviors of mechanical and electromagnetic waves.
CLE 3202.2.2: Explore and explain the nature of sound and light energy.
CLE 3202.2.3: Examine the applications and effects of heat energy.
CLE 3202.2.6: Investigate the Law of Conservation of Energy.
CLE 3202.3.1: Investigate the relationships among speed, position, time, velocity, and acceleration.
CLE 3202.3.2: Investigate and apply Newton?s three laws of motion.
CLE 3202.3.3: Examine the Law of Conservation of Momentum in real world situations.
CLE 3202.4.1: Explore the difference between mass and weight.
CLE 3202.4.3: Demonstrate the relationships among work, power, and machines.
CLE 3237.1.2: Analyze and apply Newton?s three laws of motion.
CLE 3237.1.3: Differentiate among work, energy, and power.
CLE 3237.1.5: Investigate and apply Archimedes?s Principle.
CLE 3237.2.1: Explore the relationships among temperature, heat, and internal energy.
CLE 3237.2.3: Investigate exchanges in internal energy.
CLE 3237.3.1: Explore conditions associated with simple harmonic motion.
CLE 3237.3.4: Examine the Doppler Effect.
CLE 3237.3.5: Explore the characteristics and properties of sound.
CLE 3237.3.7: Investigate the interaction of light waves.
CLE 3237.3.8: Explore the optical principles of mirrors and lenses.
CLE 3237.3.9: Investigate the phenomenon of color.
CLE 3237.4.3: Investigate Ohm's law.
CLE 3237.4.4: Compare and contrast series and parallel circuits.
CLE 3237.5.1: Investigate the properties and structure of the atom.
CLE 3237.5.2: Explore the dynamics of the nucleus: radioactivity, nuclear decay, radiocarbon/uranium dating, and half-life.
CLE 3231.1.2: Analyze and apply Newton?s three laws of motion.
CLE 3231.1.3: Understand work, energy, and power.
CLE 3231.1.5: Investigate and apply Archimedes?s Principle.
CLE 3231.2.1: Develop an understanding of temperature, heat, and internal energy.
CLE 3231.2.3: Investigate exchanges in internal energy.
CLE 3231.3.1: Explore conditions associated with how waves carry energy and simple harmonic motion.
CLE 3231.3.4: Examine the Doppler Effect.
CLE 3231.3.5: Explore the characteristics and properties of sound.
CLE 3231.4.2: Investigate the interaction of light waves.
CLE 3231.4.3: Explore the optics of lenses.
CLE 3231.4.4: Analyze the optics of mirrors.
CLE 3231.4.5: Investigate the phenomenon of color.
CLE 3231.5.3: Investigate Ohm's law.
CLE 3231.5.4: Compare and contrast series and parallel circuits.
CLE 3231.6.1: Investigate the properties and structure of the atom.
CLE 3231.6.3: Explore the dynamics of the nucleus: radioactivity, radiocarbon/uranium dating, and half-life.
CLE 3295.2.4: Use technological tools and mathematical models to analyze problems or questions.
CLE 3295.4.2: Evaluate data based in terms of its accuracy and precision.
Correlation last revised: 3/29/2010