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I can name the steps of the scientific method, in order. Structure & Transformation
I can use the scientific method to create an original experiment. Structure & Transformation
I can analyze a previous experiment to determine if it was done correctly. Structure & Transformation
I can write a lab report to communicate the steps and results of an experiment. Structure & Transformation
I can identify the parts of an atom. Structure & Transformation
I can identify the electron as the part of the atom that allows two or more atoms to combine. Structure & Transformation
I can identify an element. Structure & Transformation
I can identify a compound. Structure & Transformation
I can distinguish between elements and compounds. Structure & Transformation
I can name common elements and compounds used in everyday life. Structure & Transformation
I can predict how different factors will affect how fast chemicals react together. Structure & Transformation
I can classify elements according to their properties. Structure & Transformation
I can identify physical changes. Structure & Transformation
I can identify chemical changes. Structure & Transformation
I can distinguish between physical and chemical changes. Structure & Transformation
I can name several compounds that can break down under chemical changes. Structure & Transformation
I can describe how some elements combine to form compounds. Structure & Transformation
I can explain how compounds are different than the elements that form them. Structure & Transformation
I can demonstrate how mass is conserved during a chemical change. Structure & Transformation
I can describe matter ’ s physical properties. Structure & Transformation
I can describe matter ’ s chemical properties. Structure & Transformation
I can describe the properties of solids, liquids and gases. Structure & Transformation
I can describe the relationship between mass and inertia. Motion & Forces
I can state and give real life examples of Newton ’ s laws of motion. Motion & Forces
I can distinguish between balanced and unbalanced forces. Motion & Forces
I can estimate the amount of gravity between objects and by observing their masses and the distance between them. Motion & Forces
I can design a scientific investigation that explores the position, speed and motion of objects using appropriate tools and technology. Motion & Forces
I can interpret the movement of an object based on graphed data. Motion & Forces
I can calculate the amount of work done on an object by using the formula W=F x d
I can distinguish between gravity and magnetism. Motion & Forces
I can describe the difference between mass and weight. Motion & Forces
I can predict the effects of gravity on various objects. Motion & Forces
I can explain how gravity and inertia combine to keep objects in orbit. The Earth and the Universe
I can describe the pattern of the tides. The Earth and the Universe
I can explain how the position of the sun, moon and Earth affect the tides. The Earth and the Universe
I can identify the phases of the moon. The Earth and the Universe
I can explain how the position of the sun, moon and Earth produce moon phases. The Earth and the Universe
I can describe a solar eclipse. The Earth and the Universe
I can describe a lunar eclipse. The Earth and the Universe
I can explain how the position of the sun, moon and Earth produce eclipses (solar and lunar). The Earth and the Universe
I can describe our solar systems place in the Milky Way Galaxy. The Earth and the Universe
I can apply the laws of motion to the movement of satellites. The Earth and the Universe
I can identify the composition of the Earth ’ s atmosphere. The Earth and the Universe
I can identify the layers of the Earth ’ s atmosphere. The Earth and the Universe
I can predict how uneven heating of the earth ’ s surface effects wind movement. The Earth and the Universe
I can use data to predict changes in the atmosphere. The Earth and the Universe
I can describe how heat is transferred through conduction. The Earth and the Universe
I can describe how heat is transferred through convection. The Earth and the Universe
I can describe how heat is transferred through radiation. The Earth and the Universe
I can explain how heat from the Earth ’ s surface is transferred to the atmosphere. The Earth and the Universe
I can identify and describe the layers of the Earth by their physical properties. The Earth and the Universe
I can identify and describe the layers of the Earth by what they are made of. The Earth and the Universe
I can define tectonic plate. The Earth and the Universe
I can describe the theory of continental drift. The Earth and the Universe
I can describe a convergent boundary. The Earth and the Universe
I can describe a divergent boundary. The Earth and the Universe
I can describe a transform boundary. The Earth and the Universe
I can explain how movement in the Earth ’ s mantle results in the motion of the lithospheric plates. The Earth and the Universe
I can explain how the changes we see today are similar to those that occurred in the past. The Earth and the Universe
I can use data to explain the layers of the Earth based on evidence obtained from earthquakes and volcanic activity. The Earth and the Universe
I can predict how the Earth ’ s surface will change at the different types of lithospheric plate boundaries. The Earth and the Universe
I can describe how moving water shapes the surface of the Earth by the process of erosion. The Earth and the Universe
I can predict the short and long term impact on living organisms because of changes in the Earth ’ s surface. The Earth and the Universe
I can define genes. Unity & Diversity
I can identify where genes are located. Unity & Diversity
I can relate how genes carry hereditary information from one generation to another. Unity & Diversity
I can distinguish between learned and inherited traits. Unity & Diversity
I can describe and model the structure of DNA. Unity & Diversity
I can define a punnett square. Unity & Diversity
I can predict the possible outcomes of inheritance through the use of Punnett squares. Unity & Diversity
I can use a pedigree to interpret data. Unity & Diversity
I can compare similarities among people from different geographical cultures. Unity & Diversity
I can understand that experiments involving living things must respect potential risks to their health. Unity & Diversity
I can defend my opinion about ethical decisions involving humans and other organisms. Unity & Diversity
I can describe sexual reproduction. Unity & Diversity
I can describe asexual reproduction. Unity & Diversity
I can compare and contrast sexual and asexual reproduction. Unity & Diversity
I can describe how sexual reproduction creates variations among offspring. Unity & Diversity
I can explain how sex cells carry genetic information. Unity & Diversity
I can relate information to past life forms and the environments they lived in. Biological Change
I can explain how species that depend on each other can also become extinct. Biological Change
I can explain how organisms that cannot adapt to changes in the environment may become extinct. Biological Change
I can use evidence from the fossil record to show that organisms change slowly over time, resulting in diversity of life. Biological Change
I can explain the law of superposition. Biological Change
I can recognize exceptions to the law of superposition. Biological Change
I can identify the different forms of energy. Energy Transformations
I can describe real life examples of different forms of energy. Energy Transformations
I can explain the law of conservation of energy and how it applies in various situations. Energy Transformations
I can explain how heat energy transfers. Energy Transformations
I can understand the differences of kinetic energy in the molecules of a solid, liquid and gas. Energy Transformations
I can describe several examples of the transfer and transformation of energy. Energy Transformations
I can model and explain the flow of energy in ecosystems. Energy Transformations
I can understand that in most situations systems move toward stability and remain that way. Energy Transformations
I can describe how energy flows through an ecosystem by analyzing food chains, food webs and energy pyramids. Energy Transformations
I can explain how the sun is the major source of energy. Energy Transformations
I can describe the process of photosynthesis. Energy Transformations
I can interpret data showing how organisms in a food chain or food web affect each other. Energy Transformations
I can explain the difference between biotic and abiotic factors in an ecosystem. Interdependence
I can explain how competitions for limited resources can result in extinction even if environmental conditions remain the same. Interdependence
I can understand how the population of an organism can increase, decrease or remain the same based on available biotic and abiotic factors. Interdependence
I can evaluate the consequences of the introduction of a non- native species to an established ecosystem. Interdependence
I can identify potential factors that could cause the endangerment or extinctions of an organism. Interdependence
I can identify one or more species that have become extinct. Interdependence
I can design an investigation that shows the results of a change in a biotic or abiotic factor in an ecosystem. Interdependence
I can understand that compromise does not always lead to desirable outcomes for everyone. Interdependence
I can research and discuss the pros and cons of things that have an impact on the environment. Interdependence
I can understand the sun is the major external source of energy on Earth. Energy Transformations
I can understand that energy from inside the Earth can cause volcanic eruptions and plate tectonic movement. Energy Transformations
I can explain how the sun affects various Earth systems. Energy Transformations
I can describe how waves are one way energy is transferred. Energy Transformations
I can list different types of waves. Energy Transformations
I can name and identify real world examples of energy. Energy Transformations
The more energy moves through a system, the more _____ it becomes.
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