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Strand 1: Inquiry Process GRADE 6 Inquiry Process establishes the basis for students' learning in science. Students use scientific processes: questioning, planning and conducting investigations, using appropriate tools and techniques to gather data, thinking critically and logically about relationships between evidence and explanations, and communicating results. Concept 1: Observations, Questions, and Hypotheses Formulate predictions, questions, or hypotheses based on observations. Locate appropriate resources. PO 1. Differentiate among a question, hypothesis, and prediction. SE/TE: 8, 11 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency PS2; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 2. Formulate questions based on observations Can be developed from the following: that lead to the development of a hypothesis. (See SE/TE: 76, 172, 212, 264, 338-339, 353, 372, M06-S2C1-01) 394, 406, 414, 460-461, 491, 520, 521, 613, 660661, 715, 736 TR: Lab Manual 88-91, 123-126, 140-141, 176179; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 109-112; Unit 2- 323-326; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 38-41 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS19, PS54, PS67, PS86; Unit 2- 114, PS120, PS132, PS153; Unit 3- PS165, PS197, PS237, PS247; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Sticky Sneakers; Soaring Straws; Waving Motion; Detecting Fake Coins; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 3. Locate research information, not limited to a SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 182-183, 440-441, 561, 668single source, for use in the design of a controlled 669, 755 investigation. (See W-E8-01) TR: Lab Manual 131-132, 152-153, 180-183; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 3141-142, Unit 4- 50-53, 233-235; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364-365; Unit 2-294-295; Unit 3- Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 40-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit2- 296297; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 42-43, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 44, 104, 370; Unit 2300

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency PS190; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip; Technology and Engineering ; Introduction to Matter; Chemical Reactions; Energy; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM Concept 2: Scientific Testing (Investigating and Modeling) Design and conduct controlled investigations. PO 1. Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate SE/TE: 17-20 procedures (e.g., use and care of technology, TR: Lab Manual v-xii; All in One Teaching materials, organisms) in all science inquiry. Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 61-62; Section Summary Unit 1- 60; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 63; Enrich Unit 1- 64 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency Unit 1- PS4-PS6; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 2. Design an investigation to test individual variables using scientific processes. SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 182-183, 440-441, 561, 668669, 755 TR: Lab Manual 131-132, 152-153, 180-183; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 3141-142, Unit 4- 50-53, 233-235; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364-365; Unit 2-294-295; Unit 3- Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 40-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit2- 296297; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 42-43, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 44, 104, 370; Unit 2300 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency PS190; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip; Technology and Engineering ; Introduction to Matter; Chemical Reactions; Energy; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 182-183, 440-441, 561, 668669, 755 TR: Lab Manual 131-132, 152-153, 180-183, All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 3141-142, Unit 4- 50-53, 233-235, Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364-365; Unit 2-294-295; Unit 3- Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 40-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit2- 296297; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 42-43, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 44, 104, 370; Unit 2300 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency PS190; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip: Technology and Engineering ; Introduction to Matter; Chemical Reactions; Energy; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 62-63, 126-127, 157, 192-193, 210-211, 248-249, 318-319, 326-327, 338-339, 484-485, 528-529, 660-661 TR: Laboratory Manual 8-10, 24-25, 33-35, 4447, 48-50, 58-61, 62-67, 73-76, 77-79, 80-83, 8487, 88-91, 116-118, 127-130, 133-135, 136-139, 142-144, 145-148, 176-179, 184-187, 217-220; Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 133-135, 253-254, 312314, 378-381, 399-401, 468-471; Unit 2- 59-61, 69-72, 109-112, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71; Unit 438-41 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Copper or Carbon? That Is the Question; Comparing Atom Size; Where's the Evidence?; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; The Antacid Test; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Sticky Sneakers; Just Add Water; Making Waves; Detecting Fake Coins; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 4. Perform measurements using appropriate scientific tools (e.g., balances, microscopes, probes, micrometers).(See M06-S4C4-02)

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PO 5. Keep a record of observations, notes, SE/TE: 32-33, 49, 62-63, 68, 82, 94-95, 100sketches, questions, and ideas using tools such as 101, 126-127, 136-137, 148-149, 157, 164-165, written and/or computer logs. 182-183, 193, 210-211, 220-221, 228-229, 258259, 273, 292-293, 306-307, 318-319, 326-327, 332-333, 338-339, 360-361, 370-371, 379, 386387, 404-405, 420-421, 434-435, 452-453, 460461, 470, 484-485, 508, 520-521, 528-529, 538539, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 608-609, 616, 628, 652-653, 660-661, 680-681, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748-749, 770-771 TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 8-10, 15-16, 17-19, 24-25, 26-28, 33-35, 36-39, 48-50, 55-57, 68-71, 70-72, 77-79, 80-83, 88-91, 92-94, 99-101, 102-104, 109-112, 113-115, 120-122, 123-126, 133-135, 140-141, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119-120, 133-135, 181182, 197-199, 253-254, 263-265, 312-314, 323326, 399-401, 446-448, 525-526, 542-544; Unit 259-61, 69-72, 80-83; 109-112, 133-135, 182184; 192-194, 253-256, 266-268, 313-315, 323326, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202-203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99102, 110-112, 185-188, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99, 160-161, 224-225, 298-299, 364-365, 432-433, 504-505; Unit 2- 3839, 96-97, 168-169, -233, 358-359; Unit 3- 5960, 104-105; Unit 232 4- 24-25, 86-87, 164-165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 100-101, 162-163, 226227, 300-301, 366-367, 434-435, 506-507; Unit 240-41, 98-99, 170-171, 234-235, 360-361; Unit 361-62, 106-107, 238-239; Unit 4- 26-27, 86-87, 166-167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 102-103, 164-165, 228-229, 302-303, 368369, 436-437, 508-509; Unit 2- 42-43, 100-101, 172-173, 236-237, 362-363; Unit 3- 63-64, 108109, 240-241; Unit 4- 28-29, 88-89, 168-169, 222-223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1104, 166, 230, 304, 370, 438, 510; Unit 2- 44, 102, 174, 238, 364; Unit 3- 65, 110, 244; Unit 430, 90, 170, 224

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Alien Periodic Table; Comparing Atom Sizes; Shedding Light on Ions; How Many Molecules?; Speedy Solutions; Sticky Sneakers; Angling for Access; Can You Feel the Power; Soaring Straws; Just Add Water; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Forced to Accelerate; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Wavy Motion; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Matter; Solids, Liquids, and Gases; Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon?; Atom and Bonding; Chemical Reactions; Carbon Chemistry; Motion; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Forces; Forces in Fluids; Work and Machines; Sound; Light; Thermal Energy and Heat; Electricity; That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

Concept 3: Analysis and Conclusions Analyze and interpret data to explain correlations and results; formulate new questions. PO 1. Analyze data obtained in a scientific SE/TE: 15, 39, 103-108, 196 investigation to identify trends. (See M06-S2C1TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading 03) and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 233-235, Section Summary Unit 1- 232; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 236, and Enrich Unit 1- 237 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources: Unit 1 Transparencies Unit 1- PS31-PS32; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 2. Form a logical argument about a correlation between variables or sequence of events (e.g., construct a cause-and-effect chain that explains a sequence of events). Can be developed by using the following: SE/TE: 50, 172, 204, 380 TECH: Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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PO 3. Evaluate the observations and data reported SE/TE: N/A by others. PO 4. Interpret simple tables and graphs produced SE/TE: 157, 572 by others. TR: Laboratory Manual 33-35; Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 312-314; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 3- 174-175; Chapter Project Overview Unit 3176-177; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 3- 178179; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 3- 180 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Comparing Atom Sizes; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip The Electromagnetic Spectrum; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 5. Analyze the results from previous and/or similar investigations to verify the results of the current investigation. SE/TE: 15, 39, 103-108, 196 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 233-235, Section Summary Unit 1- 232; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 236, and Enrich Unit 1- 237 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources: Unit 1 Transparencies Unit 1- PS31-PS32; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 6. Formulate new questions based on the results of a completed investigation. SE/TE: 10, 68-69, 572-573, 588, 608-609, 629 TR: Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 160161; Unit 3- 174-175, 238-239; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 162-163; Unit 3- 176-177, 240241; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 164-165; Unit 3- 178-179, 242-243; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 166, 180, 244 TECH: Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Solids; Liquids, and Gases; The Electromagnetic Spectrum; Light; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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Concept 4: Communication Communicate results of investigations. PO 1. Choose an appropriate graphic representation for collected data: line graph SE/TE: 13, 92, 93, 94-95, 157, 169, 210-211, 228-229, 318-319, 361, 460-461, 464 TR: Lab Manual 17-19, 33-35, 48-50, 55-57, 7779, 92-94, 123-126, ; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 197-199, 312314, 399-401, 446-448; Unit 2- 59-61, 133-135, 323-326

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double bar graph stem and leaf plot histogram (See M06-S2C2-02) PO 2. Display data collected from a controlled investigation. (See M06-S2C1-02) SE/TE: N/A SE/TE: N/A SE/TE: N/A SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 182-183, 440-441, 561, 668669, 755 TR: Lab Manual 131-132, 152-153, 180-183; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 3141-142, Unit 4- 50-53, 233-235; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364-365; Unit 2-294-295; Unit 3- Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 40-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit2- 296297; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 42-43, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 44, 104, 370; Unit 2300 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency PS190; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip; Technology and Engineering ; Introduction to Matter; Chemical Reactions; Energy; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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PO 3. Communicate the results of an investigation SE/TE: 32-33, 49, 62-63, 68, 82, 94-95, 100101, 126-127, 136-137, 148-149, 157, 164-165, with appropriate use of qualitative and 182-183, 193, 210-211, 220-221, 228-229, 258quantitative information. (See W-E6-PO1) 259, 273, 292-293, 306-307, 318-319, 326-327, 332-333, 338-339, 360-361, 370-371, 379, 386387, 404-405, 420-421, 434-435, 452-453, 460461, 470, 484-485, 508, 520-521, 528-529, 538539, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 608-609, 616, 628, 652-653, 660-661, 680-681, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748-749, 770-771 TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 8-10, 15-16, 17-19, 24-25, 26-28, 33-35, 36-39, 48-50, 55-57, 68-71, 70-72, 77-79, 80-83, 88-91, 92-94, 99-101, 102-104, 109-112, 113-115, 120-122, 123-126, 133-135, 140-141, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119-120, 133-135, 181182, 197-199, 253-254, 263-265, 312-314, 323326, 399-401, 446-448, 525-526, 542-544; Unit 259-61, 69-72, 80-83; 109-112, 133-135, 182184; 192-194, 253-256, 266-268, 313-315, 323326, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202-203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99102, 110-112, 185-188, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99, 160-161, 224-225, 298-299, 364-365, 432-433, 504-505; Unit 2- 3839, 96-97, 168-169, 232-233, 358-359; Unit 359-60, 104-105; Unit 4- 24-25, 86-87, 164-165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 100101, 162-163, 226-227, 300-301, 366-367, 434435, 506-507; Unit 2- 40-41, 98-99, 170-171, 234-235, 360-361; Unit 3- 61-62, 106-107, 238239; Unit 4- 26-27, 86-87, 166-167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 102-103, 164-165, 228-229, 302-303, 368-369, 436-437, 508-509; Unit 2- 42-43, 100-101, 172-173, 236-237, 362-363; Unit 3- 63-64, 108-109, 240-241; Unit 4- 28-29, 88-89, 168-169, 222-223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104, 166, 230, 304, 370, 438, 510; Unit 2- 44, 102, 174, 238, 364; Unit 3- 65, 110, 244; Unit 4- 30, 90, 170, 224

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Alien Periodic Table; Comparing Atom Sizes; Shedding Light on Ions; How Many Molecules?; Speedy Solutions; Sticky Sneakers; Angling for Access; Can You Feel the Power; Soaring Straws; Just Add Water; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Forced to Accelerate; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Wavy Motion; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Matter; Solids, Liquids, and Gases; Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon?; Atom and Bonding; Chemical Reactions; Carbon Chemistry; Motion; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Forces; Forces in Fluids; Work and Machines; Sound; Light; Thermal Energy and Heat; Electricity; That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 4. Create a list of instructions that others can Can be developed using the following: follow in carrying out a procedure (without the use TR: Laboratory Manual xiii of personal pronouns). TECH: Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 5. Communicate the results and conclusion of the investigation. SE/TE: 32-33, 49, 62-63, 68, 82, 94-95, 100101, 126-127, 136-137, 148-149, 157, 164-165, 182-183, 193, 210-211, 220-221, 228-229, 258259, 273, 292-293, 306-307, 318-319, 326-327, 332-333, 338-339, 360-361, 370-371, 379, 386387, 404-405, 420-421, 434-435, 452-453, 460461, 470, 484-485, 508, 520-521, 528-529, 538539, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 608-609, 616, 628, 652-653, 660-661, 680-681, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748-749, 770-771

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TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 8-10, 15-16, 17-19, 24-25, 26-28, 33-35, 36-39, 48-50, 55-57, 68-71, 70-72, 77-79, 80-83, 88-91, 92-94, 99-101, 102-104, 109-112, 113-115, 120-122, 123-126, 133-135, 140-141, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119-120, 133-135, 181182, 197-199, 253-254, 263-265, 312-314, 323326, 399-401, 446-448, 525-526, 542-544; Unit 259-61, 69-72, 80-83; 109-112, 133-135, 182184; 192-194, 253-256, 266-268, 313-315, 323326, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202-203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99102, 110-112, 185-188, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99, 160-161, 224-225, 298-299, 364-365, 432-433, 504-505; Unit 2- 3839, 96-97, 168-169, 232-233, 358-359; Unit 3- 59-60, 104-105; Unit 424-25, 86-87, 164-165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 100-101, 162-163, 226-227, 300301, 366-367, 434-435, 506-507; Unit 2- 40-41, 98-99, 170-171, 234-235, 360-361; Unit 3- 6162, 106-107, 238-239; Unit 4- 26-27, 86-87, 166167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1102-103, 164-165, 228-229, 302-303, 368-369, 436-437, 508-509; Unit 2- 42-43, 100-101, 172173, 236-237, 362-363; Unit 3- 63-64, 108-109, 240-241; Unit 4- 28-29, 88-89, 168-169, 222223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104, 166, 230, 304, 370, 438, 510; Unit 2- 44, 102, 174, 238, 364; Unit 3- 65, 110, 244; Unit 4- 30, 90, 170, 224

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Alien Periodic Table; Comparing Atom Sizes; Shedding Light on Ions; How Many Molecules?; Speedy Solutions; Sticky Sneakers; Angling for Access; Can You Feel the Power; Soaring Straws; Just Add Water; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Forced to Accelerate; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Wavy Motion; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Matter; Solids, Liquids, and Gases; Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon?; Atom and Bonding; Chemical Reactions; Carbon Chemistry; Motion; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Forces; Forces in Fluids; Work and Machines; Sound; Light; Thermal Energy and Heat; Electricity; That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

GRADE 7 Strand 1: Inquiry Process Inquiry Process establishes the basis for students' learning in science. Students use scientific processes: questioning, planning and conducting investigations, using appropriate tools and techniques to gather data, thinking critically and logically about relationships between evidence and explanations, and communicating results. Concept 1: Observations, Questions, and Hypotheses Formulate predictions, questions, or hypotheses based on observations. Locate appropriate resources. PO 1. Formulate questions based on observations Can be developed from the following: that lead to the development of a hypothesis. (See SE/TE: 76, 172, 212, 264, 338-339, 353, 372, M07-S2C1-01) 394, 406, 414, 460-461, 491, 520, 521, 613, 660661, 715, 736 TR: Lab Manual 88-91, 123-126, 140-141, 176179; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 109-112; Unit 2- 323-326; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 38-41

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS19, PS54, PS67, PS86; Unit 2- 114, PS120, PS132, PS153; Unit 3- PS165, PS197, PS237, PS247; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Sticky Sneakers; Soaring Straws; Waving Motion; Detecting Fake Coins; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 2. Select appropriate resources for background information related to a question, for use in the design of a controlled investigation. (See W-E801) SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 182-183, 440-441, 561, 668669, 755 TR: Lab Manual 131-132, 152-153, 180-183; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 3141-142, Unit 4- 50-53, 233-235; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364-365; Unit 2-294-295; Unit 3- Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 40-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit2- 296297; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 42-43, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 44, 104, 370; Unit 2300

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency PS190; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip; Technology and Engineering ; Introduction to Matter; Chemical Reactions; Energy; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 3. Explain the role of a hypothesis in a scientific SE/TE: 11, 12, 14, 76, 172, 212, 264, 338-339, 353, 372, 394, 406, 414, 460-461, 491, 520, 521, inquiry. 613, 660-661, 715, 736, 782 TR: Lab Manual 88-91, 123-126, 140-141, 176179; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheets Unit 1-53-56; Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 109-112; Unit 2- 323-326; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 38-41

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Concept 2: Scientific Testing (Investigating and Modeling) Design and conduct controlled investigations. PO 1. Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate SE/TE: 17-20 procedures (e.g., use and care of technology, TR: Lab Manual v-xii; All in One Teaching materials, organisms) in all science inquiry. Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 61-62; Section Summary Unit 1- 60; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 63; Enrich Unit 1- 64 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency Unit 1- PS4-PS6; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 2. Design an investigation to test individual variables using scientific processes. SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 182-183, 440-441, 561, 668669, 755 TR: Lab Manual 131-132, 152-153, 180-183; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 3141-142, Unit 4- 50-53, 233-235; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364-365; Unit 2-294-295; Unit 3- Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 40-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit2- 296297; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 42-43, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 44, 104, 370; Unit 2300 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency PS190; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip; Technology and Engineering ; Introduction to Matter; Chemical Reactions; Energy; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 3. Conduct a controlled investigation, utilizing SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 182-183, 440-441, 561, 668multiple trials, to test a hypothesis using scientific 669, 755 processes. TR: Lab Manual 131-132, 152-153, 180-183; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 3141-142, Unit 4- 50-53, 233-235; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364-365; Unit 2-294-295; Unit 3- Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 40-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit2- 296297; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 42-43, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 44, 104, 370; Unit 2300

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency PS190; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip; Technology and Engineering ; Introduction to Matter; Chemical Reactions; Energy; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 4. Perform measurements using appropriate scientific tools (e.g., balances, microscopes, probes, micrometers). SE/TE: 62-63, 126-127, 157, 192-193, 210-211, 248-249, 318-319, 326-327, 338-339, 484-485, 528-529, 660-661 TR: Laboratory Manual 8-10, 24-25, 33-35, 4447, 48-50, 58-61, 62-67, 73-76, 77-79, 80-83, 8487, 88-91, 116-118, 127-130, 133-135, 136-139, 142-144, 145-148, 176-179, 184-187, 217-220; Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 133-135, 253-254, 312314, 378-381, 399-401, 468-471; Unit 2- 59-61, 69-72, 109-112, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71; Unit 438-41 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Copper or Carbon? That Is the Question; Comparing Atom Size; Where's the Evidence?; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; The Antacid Test; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Sticky Sneakers; Just Add Water; Making Waves; Detecting Fake Coins; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 5. Keep a record of observations, notes, SE/TE: 32-33, 49, 62-63, 68, 82, 94-95, 100sketches, questions, and ideas using tools such as 101, 126-127, 136-137, 148-149, 157, 164-165, written and/or computer logs. 182-183, 193, 210-211, 220-221, 228-229, 258259, 273, 292-293, 306-307, 318-319, 326-327, 332-333, 338-339, 360-361, 370-371, 379, 386387, 404-405, 420-421, 434-435, 452-453, 460461, 470, 484-485, 508, 520-521, 528-529, 538539, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 608-609, 616, 628, 652-653, 660-661, 680-681, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748-749, 770-771 TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 8-10, 15-16, 17-19, 24-25, 26-28, 33-35, 36-39, 48-50, 55-57, 68-71, 70-72, 77-79, 80-83, 88-91, 92-94, 99-101, 102-104, 109-112, 113-115, 120-122, 123-126, 133-135, 140-141, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119-120, 133-135, 181182

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(Continued) TR: 197-199, 253-254, 263-265, 312-314, 323326, 399-401, 446-448, 525-526, 542-544; Unit 259-61, 69-72, 80-83; 109-112, 133-135, 182184; 192-194, 253-256, 266-268, 313-315, 323326, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202-203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99102, 110-112, 185-188, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99, 160-161, 224-225, 298-299, 364-365, 432-433, 504-505; Unit 2- 3839, 96-97, 168-169, 232-233, 358-359; Unit 359-60, 104-105; Unit 4- 24-25, 86-87, 164-165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 100101, 162-163, 226-227, 300-301, 366-367, 434435, 506-507; Unit 2- 40-41, 98-99, 170-171, 234-235, 360-361; Unit 3- 61-62, 106-107, 238239; Unit 4- 26-27, 86-87, 166-167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 102-103, 164165, 228-229, 302-303, 368-369, 436-437, 508509; Unit 2- 42-43, 100-101, 172-173, 236-237, 362-363; Unit 3- 63-64, 108-109, 240-241; Unit 428-29, 88-89, 168-169, 222-223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104, 166, 230, 304, 370, 438, 510; Unit 2- 44, 102, 174, 238, 364; Unit 3- 65, 110, 244; Unit 4- 30, 90, 170, 224

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Alien Periodic Table; Comparing Atom Sizes; Shedding Light on Ions; How Many Molecules?; Speedy Solutions; Sticky Sneakers; Angling for Access; Can You Feel the Power; Soaring Straws; Just Add Water; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Forced to Accelerate; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Wavy Motion; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Matter; Solids, Liquids, and Gases; Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon?; Atom and Bonding; ChemicalReactions; Carbon Chemistry; Motion; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Forces; Forces in Fluids; Work and Machines; Sound; Light; Thermal Energy and Heat; Electricity; That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM Concept 3: Analysis and Conclusions Analyze and interpret data to explain correlations and results; formulate new questions. PO 1. Analyze data obtained in a scientific SE/TE: 15, 39, 103-108, 196 investigation to identify trends. (See M07-S2C1TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading 08) and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 233-235, Section Summary Unit 1- 232; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 236, and Enrich Unit 1- 237 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources: Unit 1 Transparencies Unit 1- PS31-PS32; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 2. Form a logical argument about a correlation between variables or sequence of events (e.g., construct a cause-and-effect chain that explains a sequence of events). Can be developed by using the following: SE/TE: 50, 172, 204, 380 TECH: Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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PO 3. Analyze results of data collection in order to Can be developed by using the following: SE/TE: accept or reject the hypothesis. 15, 39, 103-108, 196 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 233-235, Section Summary Unit 1- 232; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 236, and Enrich Unit 1- 237 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources: Unit 1 Transparencies Unit 1- PS31-PS32; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 4. Determine validity and reliability of results of SE/TE: 32-33 an investigation. TR: Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 100-101; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 102-103; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104 TECH: Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Mater; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 5. Formulate a conclusion based on data analysis. SE/TE: 15, 39, 103-108, 196 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 233-235, Section Summary Unit 1- 232; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 236, and Enrich Unit 1- 237 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources: Unit 1 Transparencies Unit 1- PS31-PS32; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 6. Refine hypotheses based on results from investigations. Can be developed using the following: SE/TE: 76, 172, 212, 264, 338-339, 353, 372, 394, 406, 414, 460-461, 491, 520, 521, 613, 660661, 715, 736 TR: Lab Manual 88-91, 123-126, 140-141, 176179; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 109-112; Unit 2- 323-326; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 38-41

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS19, PS54, PS67, PS86; Unit 2- 114, PS120, PS132, PS153; Unit 3- PS165, PS197, PS237, PS247; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Sticky Sneakers; Soaring Straws; Waving Motion; Detecting Fake Coins; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 7. Formulate new questions based on the results of a previous investigation. SE/TE: 10, 68-69, 572-573, 588, 608-609, 629 TR: Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 160161; Unit 3- 174-175, 238-239; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 162-163; Unit 3- 176-177, 240241; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 164-165; Unit 3- 178-179, 242-243; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 166, 180, 244 TECH: Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Solids; Liquids, and Gases; The Electromagnetic Spectrum; Light; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM Concept 4: Communication Communicate results of investigations. PO 1. Choose an appropriate graphic representation for collected data: SE/TE: 13, 92, 93, 94-95, 157, 169, 210-211, line graph 228-229, 318-319, 361, 460-461, 464 TR: Lab Manual 17-19, 33-35, 48-50, 55-57, 7779, 92-94, 123-126, ; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 197-199, 312314, 399-401, 446-448; Unit 2- 59-61,

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SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 182-183, 440-441, 561, 668669, 755 TR: Lab Manual 131-132, 152-153, 180-183; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 3141-142, Unit 4- 50-53, 233-235; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364-365; Unit 2-294-295; Unit 3- Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 40-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit2- 296297; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 42-43, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 44, 104, 370; Unit 2300 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency PS190; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip; Technology and Engineering ; Introduction to Matter; Chemical Reactions; Energy; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 3. Communicate the results of an investigation SE/TE: 32-33, 49, 62-63, 68, 82, 94-95, 100with appropriate use of qualitative and 101, 126-127, 136-137, 148-149, 157, 164-165, quantitative information. (See W-E6-PO1) 182-183, 193, 210-211, 220-221, 228-229, 258259, 273, 292-293, 306-307, 318-319, 326-327, 332-333, 338-339, 360-361, 370-371, 379, 386387, 404-405, 420-421, 434-435, 452-453, 460461, 470, 484-485, 508, 520-521, 528-529, 538539, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 608-609, 616, 628, 652-653, 660-661, 680-681, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748-749, 770-771 TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 8-10, 15-16, 17-19, 24-25, 26-28, 33-35, 36-39, 48-50, 55-57, 68-71, 70-72, 77-79, 80-83, 88-91, 92-94, 99-101, 102-104, 109-112, 113-115, 120-122, 123-126, 133-135, 140-141, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119-120, 133-135, 181182, 197-199, 253-254, 263-265, 312-314, 323326, 399-401, 446-448, 525-526, 542-544; Unit 259-61, 69-72, 80-83; 109-112, 133-135, 182184; 192-194, 253-256, 266-268, 313-315, 323326, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202-203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99102, 110-112, 185-188, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99, 160-161, 224-225, 298-299, 364-365

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(Continued) TR: 432-433, 504-505; Unit 2- 38-39, 96-97, 168169, 232-233, 358-359; Unit 3- 59-60, 104-105; Unit 4- 24-25, 86-87, 164-165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 100-101, 162-163, 226227, 300-301, 366-367, 434-435, 506-507; Unit 240-41, 98-99, 170-171, 234-235, 360-361; Unit 361-62, 106-107, 238-239; Unit 4- 26-27, 86-87, 166-167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 102-103, 164-165, 228-229, 302-303, 368369, 436-437, 508-509; Unit 2- 42-43, 100-101, 172-173, 236-237, 362-363; Unit 3- 63-64, 108109, 240-241; Unit 4- 28-29, 88-89, 168-169, 222-223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1104, 166, 230, 304, 370, 438, 510; Unit 2- 44, 102, 174, 238, 364; Unit 3- 65, 110, 244; Unit 430, 90, 170, 224 PO 3. Communicate the results of an investigation TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; with appropriate use of qualitative and www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012; Lab quantitative information. (See W-E6-PO1) Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Alien Periodic Table; Comparing Atom Sizes; Shedding Light on Ions; How Many Molecules?; Speedy Solutions; Sticky Sneakers; Angling for Access; Can You Feel the Power; Soaring Straws; Just Add Water; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Forced to Accelerate; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Wavy Motion; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Matter; Solids, Liquids, and Gases; Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon?; Atom and Bonding; Chemical Reactions; Carbon Chemistry; Motion; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Forces; Forces in Fluids; Work and Machines; Sound; Light; Thermal Energy and Heat; Electricity; That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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TR: Laboratory Manual xiii TECH: Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 32-33, 49, 62-63, 68, 82, 94-95, 100101, 126-127, 136-137, 148-149, 157, 164-165, 182-183, 193, 210-211, 220-221, 228-229, 258259, 273, 292-293, 306-307, 318-319, 326-327, 332-333, 338-339, 360-361, 370-371, 379, 386387, 404-405, 420-421, 434-435, 452-453, 460461, 470, 484-485, 508, 520-521, 528-529, 538539, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 608-609, 616, 628, 652-653, 660-661, 680-681, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748-749, 770-771 TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 8-10, 15-16, 17-19, 24-25, 26-28, 33-35, 36-39, 48-50, 55-57, 68-71, 70-72, 77-79, 80-83, 88-91, 92-94, 99-101, 102-104, 109-112, 113-115, 120-122, 123-126, 133-135, 140-141, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119-120, 133-135, 181182, 197-199, 253-254, 263-265, 312-314, 323326, 399-401, 446-448, 525-526, 542-544; Unit 259-61, 69-72, 80-83; 109-112, 133-135, 182184; 192-194, 253-256, 266-268, 313-315, 323326, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202-203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99102, 110-112, 185-188, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99, 160-161, 224-225, 298-299, 364-365, 432-433, 504-505; Unit 2- 3839, 96-97, 168-169, 232-233, 358-359; Unit 359-60, 104-105; Unit 4- 24-25, 86-87, 164-165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 100101, 162-163, 226-227, 300-301, 366-367, 434435, 506-507; Unit 2- 40-41, 98-99, 170-171, 234-235, 360-361; Unit 3- 61-62, 106-107, 238239; Unit 4- 26-27, 86-87, 166-167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 102-103, 164-165, 228-229, 302-303, 368-369, 436-437, 508-509; Unit 2- 42-43, 100-101, 172-173, 236-237, 362-363; Unit 3- 63-64, 108-109, 240-241; Unit 4- 28-29, 88-89, 168-169, 222-223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104, 166, 230, 304, 370, 438, 510; Unit 2- 44, 102, 174, 238, 364; Unit 3- 65, 110, 244; Unit 4- 30, 90, 170, 224

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GRADE 8 Strand 1: Inquiry Process Inquiry Process establishes the basis for students' learning in science. Students use scientific processes: questioning, planning and conducting investigations, using appropriate tools and techniques to gather data, thinking critically and logically about relationships between evidence and explanations, and communicating results. Concept 1: Observations, Questions, and Hypotheses Formulate predictions, questions, or hypotheses based on observations. Locate appropriate resources. PO 1. Formulate questions based on observations Can be developed from the following: that lead to the development of a hypothesis. (See SE/TE: 76, 172, 212, 264, 338-339, 353, 372, M08-S2C1-01) 394, 406, 414, 460-461, 491, 520, 521, 613, 660661, 715, 736 TR: Lab Manual 88-91, 123-126, 140-141, 176179; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 109-112; Unit 2- 323-326; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 38-41

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS19, PS54, PS67, PS86; Unit 2- 114, PS120, PS132, PS153; Unit 3- PS165, PS197, PS237, PS247; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Sticky Sneakers; Soaring Straws; Waving Motion; Detecting Fake Coins; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 2. Use appropriate research information, not limited to a single source, to use in the development of a testable hypothesis. (See R08S3C2-03 and W-E8-01) SE/TE: 154-155, 202-203, 278-279, 282-283, 314-315, 398-399, 440-441, 586-587, 598-599, 638-639, 770-771, 772-773

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PO 3. Generate a hypothesis that can be tested. Can be developed from the following: SE/TE: 76, 172, 212, 264, 338-339, 353, 372, 394, 406, 414, 460-461, 491, 520, 521, 613, 660661, 715, 736 TR: Lab Manual 88-91, 123-126, 140-141, 176179; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 109-112; Unit 2- 323-326; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 38-41 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS19, PS54, PS67, PS86; Unit 2- 114, PS120, PS132, PS153; Unit 3- PS165, PS197, PS237, PS247; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Sticky Sneakers; Soaring Straws; Waving Motion; Detecting Fake Coins; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM Concept 2: Scientific Testing (Investigating and Modeling) Design and conduct controlled investigations. PO 1. Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate procedures (e.g., use and care of technology, materials, organisms) in all science inquiry. SE/TE: 17-20 TR: Lab Manual v-xii; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 61-62; Section Summary Unit 1- 60; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 63; Enrich Unit 1- 64

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SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 56-57, 62-63, 154-155, 182183, 202-203, 278-279, 282-283, 314-315, 398399, 434-435, 440-441, 478, 528-529, 561, 562563, 586-587, 598-599, 600-601, 608-609, 638639, 668-669, 734-735, 738-739, 755, 766-767, 770-771, 772-773 TR: Lab Manual 3-5, 8-10, 113-115, 116-119, 131132, 142-144, 152-153, 160-162, 180-183, 195201, 202-205, 210-212, 213-216, 217-220; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1133-135; Unit 2- 266-268, 372-373; Unit 3- 6971, 141-142, 211-213; Unit 4- 50-53, 185-188, 233-235, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364-365; Unit 2- 294-295; Unit 3- 238-239; Chapter Project Overview Unit 140-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit 2- 296-297; Unit 3240-241; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 4243, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Unit 3242-243; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 144, 104, 370; Unit 2- 300; Unit 3- 244

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency PS190; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgh-1010, cgh-1040, cgh-2020, cgh-3030, cgh-4040, cgh-5030; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1443, scn-1534; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip: Atoms and Bonding, Technology and Engineering; Motion; Introduction to Matter; Chemical Reactions; Energy; Light; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 5. Keep a record of observations, notes, SE/TE: 32-33, 49, 62-63, 68, 82, 94-95, 100sketches, questions, and ideas using tools such as 101, 126-127, 136-137, 148-149, 157, 164-165, written and/or computer logs. 182-183, 193, 210-211, 220-221, 228-229, 258259, 273, 292-293, 306-307, 318-319, 326-327, 332-333, 338-339, 360-361, 370-371, 379, 386387, 404-405, 420-421, 434-435, 452-453, 460461, 470, 484-485, 508, 520-521, 528-529, 538539, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 608-609, 616, 628, 652-653, 660-661, 680-681, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748-749, 770-771

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TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 8-10, 15-16, 17-19, 24-25, 26-28, 33-35, 36-39, 48-50, 55-57, 68-71, 70-72, 77-79, 80-83, 88-91, 92-94, 99-101, 102-104, 109-112, 113-115, 120-122, 123-126, 133-135, 140-141, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119-120, 133-135, 181182, 197-199, 253-254, 263-265, 312-314, 323326, 399-401, 446-448, 525-526, 542-544; Unit 259-61, 69-72, 80-83; 109-112, 133-135, 182184; 192-194, 253-256, 266-268, 313-315, 323326, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202-203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99102, 110-112, 185-188, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99, 160-161, 224-225, 298-299, 364-365, 432-433, 504-505; Unit 2- 3839, 96-97, 168-169, 232-233, 358-359; Unit 359-60, 104-105; Unit232 4- 24-25, 86-87, 164165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1100-101, 162-163, 226-227, 300-301, 366-367, 434-435, 506-507; Unit 2- 40-41, 98-99, 170171, 234-235, 360-361; Unit 3- 61-62, 106-107, 238-239; Unit 4- 26-27, 86-87, 166-167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 102-103, 164-165, 228-229, 302-303, 368-369, 436-437, 508-509; Unit 2- 42-43, 100-101, 172-173, 236-237, 362-363; Unit 3- 63-64, 108-109, 240-241; Unit 4- 28-29, 88-89, 168-169, 222-223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104, 166, 230, 304, 370, 438, 510; Unit 244, 102, 174, 238, 364; Unit 3- 65, 110, 244; Unit 4- 30, 90, 170, 224

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Alien Periodic Table; Comparing Atom Sizes; Shedding Light on Ions; How Many Molecules?; Speedy Solutions; Sticky Sneakers; Angling for Access; Can You Feel the Power; Soaring Straws; Just Add Water; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Forced to Accelerate; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Wavy Motion; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Matter; Solids, Liquids, and Gases; Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon?; Atom and Bonding; Chemical Reactions; Carbon Chemistry; Motion; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Forces; Forces in Fluids; Work and Machines; Sound; Light; Thermal Energy and Heat; Electricity; That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

Concept 3: Analysis and Conclusions Analyze and interpret data to explain correlations and results; formulate new questions. PO 1. Analyze data obtained in a scientific SE/TE: 15, 39, 103-108, 196 investigation to identify trends. (See M08-S2C1TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading 08) and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 233-235, Section Summary Unit 1- 232; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 236, and Enrich Unit 1-237 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources: Unit 1 Transparencies Unit 1- PS31-PS32; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 2. Form a logical argument about a correlation between variables or sequence of events (e.g., construct a cause-and-effect chain that explains a sequence of events). Can be developed by using the following: SE/TE: 50, 172, 204, 380 TECH: Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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PO 3. Interpret data that show a variety of possible relationships between two variables, including:· positive relationship· SE/TE: 116-117, 362, 363-367, 451, 463, 636, 637-639, 640-641, 766-769 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 138-139; Unit 3280-283; Unit 4- 246-249; Section Summary Unit 2- 137; Unit 3- 279; Unit 4- 245; Review and Reinforcement Unit 2- 140; Unit 3- 284; Unit 4250; Enrich Unit 2- 141; Unit 3- 285; Unit 4- 251

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negative relationship· SE/TE: 116-117, 362, 363-367, 451, 463, 636, 637-639, 640-641, 766-769 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 138-139; Unit 3280-283; Unit 4- 246-249; Section Summary Unit 2- 137; Unit 3- 279; Unit 4- 245; Review and Reinforcement Unit 2- 140; Unit 3- 284; Unit 4250; Enrich Unit 2- 141; Unit 3- 285; Unit 4- 251

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no relationship SE/TE: 116-117, 362, 363-367, 451, 463, 636, 637-639, 640-641, 766-769

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1-PS36; Unit 2- PS117; Unit 2PS118; Unit 3- PS211; Unit 4- PS258-PS259; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1443, scn-1545; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Discover Channel School Video Field Trip Elements and the Periodic Table; Light; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 4. Formulate a future investigation based on the data collected. SE/TE: 21, 49, 82, 94-95, 210-211, 318-319, 326327, 360-361, 373, 379, 386-387, 420-421, 434435, 452-453, 478, 484-485 TR: Laboratory Manual 1-2, 3-5, 6-7, 15-16, 1719, 29-32, 48-50, 77-80, 80-83, 84-87, 92-94, 9598, 99-101, 102-104, 105-108, 109-112, 113115, 120-122, 131-132, 133-135, 136-140, 145148; Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 65-66, 119-120, 181182, 197-199, 399-401; Unit 2- 59-61, 69-72, 133-135, 182-184, 192-194, 253-256, 266-268, 313-315, 372-373, 381-383 TECH: Student Edition Audio CD; Lab Activity Video Swing Time; Making Sense of Density; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Forced to Accelerate; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Angling for Access; Can You Feel the Power?; Build Your Own Thermometer; Just Add Water; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: N/A SE/TE: N/A

PO 5. Explain how evidence supports the validity and reliability of a conclusion. PO 6. Identify the potential investigational error that may occur (e.g., flawed investigational design, inaccurate measurement, computational errors, unethical reporting). PO 7. Critique scientific reports from periodicals, television, or other media.

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Can be developed from the following: SE/TE: 76, 172, 212, 264, 338-339, 353, 372, 394, 406, 414, 460-461, 491, 520, 521, 613, 660661, 715, 736 TR: Lab Manual 88-91, 123-126, 140-141, 176179; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 109-112; Unit 2- 323-326; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 38-41 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS19, PS54, PS67, PS86; Unit 2- 114, PS120, PS132, PS153; Unit 3- PS165, PS197, PS237, PS247; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Sticky Sneakers; Soaring Straws; Waving Motion; Detecting Fake Coins; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

Concept 4: Communication Communicate results of investigations. PO 1. Communicate the results of an investigation. SE/TE: 32-33, 49, 62-63, 68, 82, 94-95, 100101, 126-127, 136-137, 148-149, 157, 164-165, 182-183, 193, 210-211, 220-221, 228-229, 258259, 273, 292-293, 306-307, 318-319, 326-327, 332-333, 338-339, 360-361, 370-371, 379, 386387, 404-405, 420-421, 434-435, 452-453, 460461, 470, 484-485, 508, 520-521, 528-529, 538539, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 608-609, 616, 628, 652-653, 660-661, 680-681, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748-749, 770-771

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TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 8-10, 15-16, 17-19, 24-25, 26-28, 33-35, 36-39, 48-50, 55-57, 68-71, 70-72, 77-79, 80-83, 88-91, 92-94, 99-101, 102-104, 109-112, 113-115, 120-122, 123-126, 133-135, 140-141, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119-120, 133-135, 181182, 197-199, 253-254, 263-265, 312-314, 323326, 399-401, 446-448, 525-526, 542-544; Unit 259-61, 69-72, 80-83; 109-112, 133-135, 182184; 192-194, 253-256, 266-268, 313-315, 323326, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202-203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99102, 110-112, 185-188, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99, 160-161, 224-225, 298-299, 364-365, 432-433, 504-505; Unit 2- 3839, 96-97, 168-169, 232-233, 358-359; Unit 359-60, 104-105; Unit 4- 24-25, 86-87, 164-165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 100101, 162-163, 226-227, 300-301, 366-367, 434435, 506-507; Unit 2- 40-41, 98-99, 170-171, 234-235, 360-361; Unit 3- 61-62, 106-107, 238239; Unit 4- 26-27, 86-87, 166-167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 102-103, 164-165, 228-229, 302-303, 368-369, 436-437, 508-509; Unit 2- 42-43, 100-101, 172-173, 236-237, 362-363; Unit 3- 63-64, 108-109, 240-241; Unit 4- 28-29, 88-89, 168-169, 222-223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104, 166, 230, 304, 370, 438, 510; Unit 244, 102, 174, 238, 364; Unit 3- 65, 110, 244; Unit 4- 30, 90, 170, 224

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Alien Periodic Table; Comparing Atom Sizes; Shedding Light on Ions; How Many Molecules?; Speedy Solutions; Sticky Sneakers; Angling for Access; Can You Feel the Power; Soaring Straws; Just Add Water; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Forced to Accelerate; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Wavy Motion; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Matter; Solids, Liquids, and Gases; Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon?; Atom and Bonding; Chemical Reactions; Carbon Chemistry; Motion; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Forces; Forces in Fluids; Work and Machines; Sound; Light; Thermal Energy and Heat; Electricity; That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 2. Choose an appropriate graphic representation for collected data: line graph SE/TE: 13, 92, 93, 94-95, 157, 169, 210-211, 228-229, 318-319, 361, 460-461, 464 TR: Lab Manual 17-19, 33-35, 48-50, 55-57, 7779, 92-94, 123-126, ; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 197-199, 312314, 399-401, 446-448; Unit 2- 59-61, 133-135, 323-326

TECH: www.PHschool.com: Web Code: cgd-2023; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video It's A Gas; Comparing Atom Sizes; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Speedy Solutions; Inclined to Roll; Forced to Accelerate; Soaring Straws; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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PO 4. Write clear, step-by-step instructions for conducting investigations or operating equipment (without the use of personal pronouns). PO 5. Communicate the results and conclusion of the investigation.

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(Continued) TR: 366-367, 434-435, 506-507; Unit 2- 40-41, 98-99, 170-171, 234-235, 360-361; Unit 3- 6162, 106-107, 238-239; Unit 4- 26-27, 86-87, 166167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1102-103, 164-165, 228-229, 302-303, 368-369, 436-437, 508-509; Unit 2- 42-43, 100-101, 172173, 236-237, 362-363; Unit 3- 63-64, 108-109, 240-241; Unit 4- 28-29, 88-89, 168-169, 222223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104, 166, 230, 304, 370, 438, 510; Unit 2- 44, 102, 174, 238, 364; Unit 3- 65, 110, 244; Unit 4- 30, 90, 170, 224

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Alien Periodic Table; Comparing Atom Sizes; Shedding Light on Ions; How Many Molecules?; Speedy Solutions; Sticky Sneakers; Angling for Access; Can You Feel the Power; Soaring Straws; Just Add Water; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Forced to Accelerate; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Wavy Motion; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Matter; Solids, Liquids, and Gases; Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon?; Atom and Bonding; Chemical Reactions; Carbon Chemistry; Motion; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Forces; Forces in Fluids; Work and Machines; Sound; Light; Thermal Energy and Heat; Electricity; That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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Strand 2: History and Nature of Science Scientific investigation grows from the contributions of many people. History and Nature of Science emphasizes the importance of the inclusion of historical perspectives and the advances that each new development brings to technology and human knowledge. This strand focuses on the human aspects of science and the role that scientists play in the development of various cultures. Grade 6 Concept 1: History of Science as a Human Endeavor Identify individual, cultural, and technological contributions to scientific knowledge. PO 1. Identify how diverse people and/or cultures, SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 56-57, 62-63, 154-155, 182past and present, have made important 183, 202-203, 278-279, 282-283, 314-315, 398contributions to scientific innovations (e.g., 399, 434-435, 440-441, 478, 528-529, 561, 562Jacques Cousteau [inventor, marine explorer], 563, 586-587, 598-599, 600-601, 608-609, 638supports Strand 4; William Beebe [scientist], 639, 668-669, 734-735, 738-739, 755, 766-767, supports Strand 4; Thor Heyerdahl 770-771, 772-773 TR: Lab Manual 3-5, 8-10, 113-115, 116-119, 131[anthropologist], supports Strand 6). 132, 142-144, 152-153, 160-162, 180-183, 195201, 202-205, 210-212, 213-216, 217-220; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1133-135; Unit 2- 266-268, 372-373; Unit 3- 6971, 141-142, 211-213; Unit 4- 50-53, 185-188, 233-235, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364-365; Unit 2- 294-295; Unit 3- 238-239; Chapter Project Overview Unit 140-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit 2- 296-297; Unit 3240-241; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 4243, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Unit 3242-243; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 144, 104, 370; Unit2- 300; Unit 3- 244

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PO 2. Describe how a major milestone in science or technology has revolutionized the thinking of the time (e.g., Cell Theory, sonar, SCUBA, underwater robotics). SE/TE: 155, 202-203, 282-283, 315, 562-563, 586-587, 599, 767, 772-773

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PO 4. Describe the use of technology in sciencerelated careers.

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Concept 2: Nature of Scientific Knowledge Understand how science is a process for generating knowledge. PO 1. Describe how science is an ongoing process SE/TE: 155, 202-203, 282-283, 315, 562-563, that changes in response to new information and 586-587, 599, 767, 772-773 discoveries. TECH: www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgh-1040,

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PO 2. Describe how scientific knowledge is subject SE/TE: 16, 103 to change as new information and/or technology TECH: www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-2011; challenges prevailing theories. Lab Zone Easy Planner; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 3. Apply the following scientific processes to other problem solving or decision making situations: observing SE/TE: 62-63, 100-101, 126-127, 193, 210-211, 248-249, 273, 338-339, 484-485, 508, 528-529, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 616, 628, 652-653, 660661, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748749, 755, 770-771 TR: Lab Manual 8-10, 24-25, 48-50, 58-61; 6871, 88-91, 133-135, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 210-212, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 133135, 253-254, 399-401, 468-471, 525-526; Unit 2109-112, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99-102, 110-112, 185-188, 233-235, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 224-225; Unit 2- 38-39; Unit 4- 24-25, 164-165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 226-227; Unit 240-41; Unit 4- 26-27, 166-167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 228-229; Unit 2- 42-43; Unit 4- 28-29, 168-169, 222-223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 230; Unit 2- 44; Unit 4- 30, 170, 224

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; How Many Molecules? Sticky Sneakers; The Antacid Test; Just Add Water; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Design a Battery Sensor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon? That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 10, 68-69, 572-573, 588, 608-609, 629 TR: Lab Manual; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1-; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 160-161; Unit 3- 174-175, 238-239; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 162-163; Unit 3176-177, 240-241; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 164-165; Unit 3- 178-179, 242-243; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 166, 180, 244 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Solids; Liquids, and Gases; The Electromagnetic Spectrum; Light; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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SE/TE: 32-33, 49, 62-63, 68, 82, 94-95, 100101, 126-127, 136-137, 148-149, 157, 164-165, 182-183, 193, 210-211, 220-221, 228-229, 258259, 273, 292-293, 306-307, 318-319, 326-327, 332-333, 338-339, 360-361, 370-371, 379, 386387, 404-405, 420-421, 434-435, 452-453, 460461, 470, 484-485, 508, 520-521, 528-529, 538539, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 608-609, 616, 628, 652-653, 660-661, 680-681, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748-749, 770-771

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TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 8-10, 15-16, 17-19, 24-25, 26-28, 33-35, 36-39, 48-50, 55-57, 68-71, 70-72, 77-79, 80-83, 88-91, 92-94, 99-101, 102-104, 109-112, 113-115, 120-122, 123-126, 133-135, 140-141, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119-120, 133135, 181-182, 197-199, 253-254, 263-265, 312314, 323-326, 399-401, 446-448, 525-526, 542544; Unit 2- 59-61, 69-72, 80-83; 109-112, 133135, 182-184; 192-194, 253-256, 266-268, 313315, 323-326, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202-203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 3841, 99-102, 110-112, 185-188, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99, 160-161, 224-225, 298-299, 364-365, 432-433, 504-505; Unit 2- 38-39, 96-97, 168-169, 232-233, 358359; Unit 3- 59-60, 104-105; Unit 4- 24-25, 8687, 164-165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 100-101, 162-163, 226-227, 300-301, 366367, 434-435, 506-507; Unit 2- 40-41, 98-99, 170-171, 234-235, 360-361; Unit 3- 61-62, 106107, 238-239; Unit 4- 26-27, 86-87, 166-167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 102103, 164-165, 228-229, 302-303, 368-369, 436437, 508-509; Unit 2- 42-43, 100-101, 172-173, 236-237, 362-363; Unit 3- 63-64, 108-109, 240241; Unit 4- 28-29, 88-89, 168-169, 222-223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104, 166, 230, 304, 370, 438, 510; Unit 2- 44, 102, 174, 238, 364; Unit 3- 65, 110, 244; Unit 4- 30, 90, 170, 224

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Alien Periodic Table; Comparing Atom Sizes; Shedding Light on Ions; How Many Molecules?; Speedy Solutions; Sticky Sneakers; Angling for Access; Can You Feel the Power; Soaring Straws; Just Add Water; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Forced to Accelerate; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Wavy Motion; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Matter; Solids, Liquids, and Gases; Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon?; Atom and Bonding; Chemical Reactions; Carbon Chemistry; Motion; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Forces; Forces in Fluids; Work and Machines; Sound; Light; Thermal Energy and Heat; Electricity; That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM comparing SE/TE: 55, 100-101, 148-149, 209, 220-221, 520 TR: Lab Manual 140-141; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 133-135; Unit 359-60; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 224225, 298-299, 432-433; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 226-227, 300-301, 434-435; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 228-229, 302-303, 436437; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 230, 304, 438 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Wavy Motion; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Elements and the Periodic Table; Atoms and Bonds; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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SE/TE: 49, 248-249, 292-293, 308, 311, 319, 461, 478, 673 TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 58-61, 70-72; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119120, 468-471, 542-544; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1-; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- ; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1-,; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; The Antacid Test; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

classifying *

SE/TE: 11, 114, 126-127, 128, 135, 136-137, 186, 258-259, 318-319, 378-379, 508-509, 520, 690-691, 734-735 TR: Lab Manual 24-25, 26-28, 77-79, 99-101, 140141, 188-191, 202-205; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 253-254, 263265; Unit 2- 59-61, 182-184; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 99-102, 185-188; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 504-505; Unit 3- 38-39; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 506-507; Unit 3- 40-41; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1-508-509; Unit 342-43; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1510; Unit 3- 44 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Copper or Carbon? That is the Question; Alien Periodic Table; Inclined to Roll; Spinning Sprinklers; Characteristics of Waves; Wavy Motions; The Versorium; Building an Electric Motor; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Carbon Chemistry; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

predicting

SE/TE: 6, 13, 17, 25, 82, 94-95, 121, 141, 157, 192-193, 210-211, 232, 273, 292-293, 332-333, 346, 357, 380, 422, 532, 543, 549, 616, 624, 628, 660-661, 672, 690-691, 700-701, 711

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TR: Lab Manual 15-16, 17-19, 33-35, 44-47, 4850, 70-72, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 181-182, 197-199, 312-314, 378-381, 399-401, 525-526, 542-544; Unit 3252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99-102, 110112; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 2- 96-97; Chapter Project Overview Unit 2- 98-99; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 2- 100-101; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 2- 102

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency Unit 2- PS122, PS137; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-1022, cgd2023; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Comparing Atom Sizes; Where's the Evidence?; Temperature and Enzyme; How Many Molecules?; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Student Edition Audio CD Forces; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

organizing data inferring SE/TE: N/A SE/TE: 62-63, 82, 136-137, 164-165, 292-293, 338-339, 460-461, 478, 557, 592-593, 616, 668669, 690-691, 734-735 TR: Lab Manual 8-10, 15-16, 26-28, 36-39, 7072, 88-91, 123-126, 131-132, 149-151, 158-159, 167-168, 180-183, 188-191, 202-205; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 133135, 181-182, 263-265, 323-326, 542-544; Unit 2109-112, 323-326, 372-373; Unit 3- 132-134, 202-203, 252-253; Unit 4- 50-53, 99-102, 185188 TECH: www.PHSchool.com: Web Code; cgd-1022, cgd-5033, cgd-4034; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Melting Ice; Alien Periodic Table; Shedding Light on Ions; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Sticky Sneakers; Soaring Straws; Building Your Own Thermometer; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Changing Colors; Design and Build a Magnetic Paper Clip Holder; The Versorium; Build an Electric Motor; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM 41 SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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SE/TE: 76, 172, 212, 264, 338-339, 353, 372, 394, 406, 414, 460-461, 491, 520, 521, 613, 660661, 715, 736 TR: Lab Manual 88-91, 123-126, 140-141, 176179; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 109-112; Unit 2- 323-326; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 38-41 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS19, PS54, PS67, PS86; Unit 2- 114, PS120, PS132, PS153; Unit 3- PS165, PS197, PS237, PS247; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Sticky Sneakers; Soaring Straws; Waving Motion; Detecting Fake Coins; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 49, 126-127, 164-165, 220-221, 228229, 248-249, 292-293, 326-327, 332-333, 338339, 379, 386-387, 420-421, 440-441, 460-461, 538-539, 557, 608-609, 628, 660-661, 690-691, 700-701 TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 24-25, 36-39, 55-57, 58-61, 70-72, 80-83, 88-91, 99-101, 102-104, 109-112, 123-126, 149-151, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119-120, 253-254, 323-326, 446-448, 468-471, 542-544; Unit 2- 69-72, 109112, 182-184, 192-194, 253-256, 323-326; Unit 3132-134, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99-102, 110112; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 432433; Unit 2- 96-97, 294-295; Unit 3- 104-105, 238-239; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 434435; Unit 2- 98-99, 296-297; Unit 3- 106-107, 240-241; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1-436437; Unit2- 100-101, 298-299; Unit 3- 108-109, 242-243; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1438; Unit 2- 102, 300; Unit 3- 110, 244 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video; Making Sense of Density; Copper or Carbon? That Is the Question; Shedding Light on Ions; Speedy Solutions; The Antacid Test; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Stopping on a Dime; Sticky Sneakers; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Soaring Straws; Changing Pitch; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Acids, Bases, And Solutions; Forces; Energy; Sound; Light; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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Grade 7 Concept 1: History of Science as a Human Endeavor Identify individual, cultural, and technological contributions to scientific knowledge. PO 1. Identify how diverse people and/or cultures, SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 56-57, 62-63, 154-155, 182past and present, have made important 183, 202-203, 278-279, 282-283, 314-315, 398contributions to scientific innovations (e.g., Rachel 399, 434-435, 440-441, 478, 528-529, 561, 562Carson [scientist], supports Strand 4; Luis Alvarez 563, 586-587, 598-599, 600-601, 608-609, 638[scientist] and Walter Alvarez [scientist], support 639, 668-669, 734-735, 738-739, 755, 766-767, Strand 6; Percival Lowell [scientist], supports 770-771, 772-773 Strand 6; Copernicus [scientist], supports Strand TR: Lab Manual 3-5, 8-10, 113-115, 116-119, 1316). 132, 142-144, 152-153, 160-162, 180-183, 195201, 202-205, 210-212, 213-216, 217-220; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1133-135; Unit 2- 266-268, 372-373; Unit 3- 6971, 141-142, 211-213; Unit 4- 50-53, 185-188, 233-235, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364-365; Unit 2- 294-295; Unit 3- 238-239; Chapter Project Overview Unit 140-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit 2- 296-297; Unit 3240-241; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 4243, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Unit 3242-243; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 144, 104, 370; Unit2- 300; Unit 3- 244

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PO 2. Describe how a major milestone in science or technology has revolutionized the thinking of the time (e.g., global positioning system, telescopes, seismographs, photography). SE/TE: 155, 202-203, 282-283, 315, 562-563, 586-587, 599, 767, 772-773

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SE/TE: 155, 202-203, 282-283, 315, 562-563, 586-587, 599, 767, 772-773

PO 3. Analyze the impact of a major scientific development occurring within the past decade.

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SE/TE: xxii-3, 8, 9, 22, 24

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Concept 2: Nature of Scientific Knowledge Understand how science is a process for generating knowledge. PO 1. Describe how science is an ongoing process SE/TE: 155, 202-203, 282-283, 315, 562-563, that changes in response to new information and 586-587, 599, 767, 772-773 discoveries. TECH: www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgh-1040,

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PO 2. Describe how scientific knowledge is subject SE/TE: 16, 103 to change as new information and/or technology TECH: www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-2011; challenges prevailing theories. Lab Zone Easy Planner; Student Edition Audio CD;

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PO 3. Apply the following scientific processes to other problem solving or decision making situations: observing SE/TE: 62-63, 100-101, 126-127, 193, 210-211, 248-249, 273, 338-339, 484-485, 508, 528-529, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 616, 628, 652-653, 660661, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748749, 755, 770-771 TR: Lab Manual 8-10, 24-25, 48-50, 58-61; 6871, 88-91, 133-135, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 210-212, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 133135, 253-254, 399-401, 468-471, 525-526; Unit 2109-112, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99-102, 110-112, 185-188, 233-235, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 224-225; Unit 2- 38-39; Unit 4- 24-25, 164-165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 226-227; Unit 240-41; Unit 4- 26-27, 166-167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 228-229; Unit 2- 42-43; Unit 4- 28-29, 168-169, 222-223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 230; Unit 2- 44; Unit 4- 30, 170, 224

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; How Many Molecules? Sticky Sneakers; The Antacid Test; Just Add Water; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Design a Battery Sensor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon? That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 10, 68-69, 572-573, 588, 608-609, 629 TR: Lab Manual; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1-; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 160-161; Unit 3- 174-175, 238-239; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 162-163; Unit 3176-177, 240-241; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 164-165; Unit 3- 178-179, 242-243; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 166, 180, 244 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Solids; Liquids, and Gases; The Electromagnetic Spectrum; Light; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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SE/TE: 32-33, 49, 62-63, 68, 82, 94-95, 100101, 126-127, 136-137, 148-149, 157, 164-165, 182-183, 193, 210-211, 220-221, 228-229, 258259, 273, 292-293, 306-307, 318-319, 326-327, 332-333, 338-339, 360-361, 370-371, 379, 386387, 404-405, 420-421, 434-435, 452-453, 460461, 470, 484-485, 508, 520-521, 528-529, 538539, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 608-609, 616, 628, 652-653, 660-661, 680-681, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748-749, 770-771

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TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 8-10, 15-16, 17-19, 24-25, 26-28, 33-35, 36-39, 48-50, 55-57, 68-71, 70-72, 77-79, 80-83, 88-91, 92-94, 99-101, 102-104, 109-112, 113-115, 120-122, 123-126, 133-135, 140-141, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119-120, 133-135, 181182, 197-199, 253-254, 263-265, 312-314, 323326, 399-401, 446-448, 525-526, 542-544; Unit 259-61, 69-72, 80-83; 109-112, 133-135, 182184; 192-194, 253-256, 266-268, 313-315, 323326, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202-203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99102, 110-112, 185-188, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99, 160-161, 224-225, 298-299, 364-365, 432-433, 504-505; Unit 2- 3839, 96-97, 168-169, 232-233, 358-359; Unit 359-60, 104-105; Unit 4- 24-25, 86-87, 164-165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 100101, 162-163, 226-227, 300-301, 366-367, 434435, 506-507; Unit 2- 40-41, 98-99, 170-171, 234-235, 360-361; Unit 3- 61-62, 106-107, 238239; Unit 4- 26-27, 86-87, 166-167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 102-103, 164-165, 228-229, 302-303, 368-369, 436-437, 508-509; Unit 2- 42-43, 100-101, 172-173, 236-237, 362-363; Unit 3- 63-64, 108-109, 240-241; Unit 4- 28-29, 88-89, 168-169, 222-223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104, 166, 230, 304, 370, 438, 510; Unit 2- 44, 102, 174, 238, 364; Unit 3- 65, 110, 244; Unit 4- 30, 90, 170, 224

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Alien Periodic Table; Comparing Atom Sizes; Shedding Light on Ions; How Many Molecules?; Speedy Solutions; Sticky Sneakers; Angling for Access; Can You Feel the Power; Soaring Straws; Just Add Water; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Forced to Accelerate; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Wavy Motion; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Matter; Solids, Liquids, and Gases; Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon?; Atom and Bonding; Chemical Reactions; Carbon Chemistry; Motion; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Forces; Forces in Fluids; Work and Machines; Sound; Light; Thermal Energy and Heat; Electricity; That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM comparing SE/TE: 55, 100-101, 148-149, 209, 220-221, 520 TR: Lab Manual 140-141; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 133-135; Unit 359-60; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 224225, 298-299, 432-433; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 226-227, 300-301, 434-435; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 228-229, 302-303, 436437; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 230, 304, 438 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Wavy Motion; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Elements and the Periodic Table; Atoms and Bonds; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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SE/TE: 11, 114, 126-127, 128, 135, 136-137, 186, 258-259, 318-319, 378-379, 508-509, 520, 690-691, 734-735 TR: Lab Manual 24-25, 26-28, 77-79, 99-101, 140141, 188-191, 202-205; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 253-254, 263265; Unit 2- 59-61, 182-184; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 99-102, 185-188; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 504-505; Unit 3- 38-39; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 506-507; Unit 3- 40-41; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1-508-509; Unit 342-43; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1510; Unit 3- 44 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Copper or Carbon? That is the Question; Alien Periodic Table; Inclined to Roll; Spinning Sprinklers; Characteristics of Waves; Wavy Motions; The Versorium; Building an Electric Motor; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Carbon Chemistry; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 11, 114, 126-127, 128, 135, 136-137, 186, 258-259, 318-319, 378-379, 508-509, 520, 690-691, 734-735 TR: Lab Manual 24-25, 26-28, 77-79, 99-101, 140141, 188-191, 202-205; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 253-254, 263265; Unit 2- 59-61, 182-184; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 99-102, 185-188; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 504-505; Unit 3- 38-39; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 506-507; Unit 3- 40-41; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1-508-509; Unit 342-43; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1510; Unit 3- 44 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Copper or Carbon? That is the Question; Alien Periodic Table; Inclined to Roll; Spinning Sprinklers; Characteristics of Waves; Wavy Motions; The Versorium; Building an Electric Motor; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Carbon Chemistry; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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SE/TE: 6, 13, 17, 25, 82, 94-95, 121, 141, 157, 192-193, 210-211, 232, 273, 292-293, 332-333, 346, 357, 380, 422, 532, 543, 549, 616, 624, 628, 660-661, 672, 690-691, 700-701, 711

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TR: Lab Manual 15-16, 17-19, 33-35, 44-47, 4850, 70-72, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 181-182, 197-199, 312-314, 378-381, 399-401, 525-526, 542-544; Unit 3252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99-102, 110112; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 2- 96-97; Chapter Project Overview Unit 2- 98-99; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 2- 100-101; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 2- 102 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency Unit 2- PS122, PS137; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-1022, cgd2023; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Comparing Atom Sizes; Where's the Evidence?; Temperature and Enzyme; How Many Molecules?; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Student Edition Audio CD Forces ; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM organizing data inferring SE/TE: N/A SE/TE: 62-63, 82, 136-137, 164-165, 292-293, 338-339, 460-461, 478, 557, 592-593, 616, 668669, 690-691, 734-735 TR: Lab Manual 8-10, 15-16, 26-28, 36-39, 7072, 88-91, 123-126, 131-132, 149-151, 158-159, 167-168, 180-183, 188-191, 202-205; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 133135, 181-182, 263-265, 323-326, 542-544; Unit 2109-112, 323-326, 372-373; Unit 3- 132-134, 202-203, 252-253; Unit 4- 50-53, 99-102, 185188 TECH: www.PHSchool.com: Web Code; cgd-1022, cgd-5033, cgd-4034; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Melting Ice; Alien Periodic Table; Shedding Light on Ions; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Sticky Sneakers; Soaring Straws; Building Your Own Thermometer; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Changing Colors; Design and Build a Magnetic Paper Clip Holder; The Versorium; Build an Electric Motor; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM generating hypotheses SE/TE: 76, 172, 212, 264, 338-339, 353, 372, 394, 406, 414, 460-461, 491, 520, 521, 613, 660661, 715, 736

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TR: Lab Manual 88-91, 123-126, 140-141, 176179; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 109-112; Unit 2- 323-326; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 38-41 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS19, PS54, PS67, PS86; Unit 2- 114, PS120, PS132, PS153; Unit 3- PS165, PS197, PS237, PS247; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Sticky Sneakers; Soaring Straws; Waving Motion; Detecting Fake Coins; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM identifying variables SE/TE: 49, 126-127, 164-165, 220-221, 228229, 248-249, 292-293, 326-327, 332-333, 338339, 379, 386-387, 420-421, 440-441, 460-461, 538-539, 557, 608-609, 628, 660-661, 690-691, 700-701 TR: Lab Manual 6-7, 24-25, 36-39, 55-57, 58-61, 70-72, 80-83, 88-91, 99-101, 102-104, 109-112, 123-126, 149-151, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 119-120, 253-254, 323-326, 446-448, 468-471, 542-544; Unit 2- 69-72, 109112, 182-184, 192-194, 253-256, 323-326; Unit 3132-134, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99-102, 110112; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 432433; Unit 2- 96-97, 294-295; Unit 3- 104-105, 238-239; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 434435; Unit 2- 98-99, 296-297; Unit 3- 106-107, 240-241; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1-436437; Unit 2- 100-101, 298-299; Unit 3- 108-109, 242-243; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1438; Unit 2- 102, 300; Unit 3- 110, 244 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video; Making Sense of Density; Copper or Carbon? That Is the Question Shedding Light on Ions; Speedy Solutions; The Antacid Test; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Stopping on a Dime; Sticky Sneakers; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Soaring Straws; Changing Pitch; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Acids, Bases, And Solutions; Forces; Energy; Sound; Light; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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ARIZONA SCIENCE STANDARDS Grade 8 Concept 1: History of Science Identify individual, cultural, and technological contributions to scientific knowledge. PO 1. Identify how diverse people and/or cultures, SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 56-57, 62-63, 154-155, 182past and present, have made important 183, 202-203, 278-279, 282-283, 314-315, 398contributions to scientific innovations (e.g., 399, 434-435, 440-441, 478, 528-529, 561, 562Watson and Crick [scientists], support Strand 4; 563, 586-587, 598-599, 600-601, 608-609, 638Rosalind Franklin [scientist], supports Strand 4; 639, 668-669, 734-735, 738-739, 755, 766-767, Charles Darwin [scientist], supports Strand 4; 770-771, 772-773 George Washington Carver [scientist, inventor], TR: Lab Manual 3-5, 8-10, 113-115, 116-119, 131supports Strand 4; Joseph Priestley [scientist], 132, 142-144, 152-153, 160-162, 180-183, 195supports Strand 5; Sir Frances Bacon 201, 202-205, 210-212, 213-216, 217-220; All in [philosopher], supports Strand 5; Isaac Newton One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1[scientist], supports Strand 5). 133-135; Unit 2- 266-268, 372-373; Unit 3- 6971, 141-142, 211-213; Unit 4- 50-53, 185-188, 233-235, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364-365; Unit 2- 294-295; Unit 3- 238-239; Chapter Project Overview Unit 140-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit 2- 296-297; Unit 3240-241; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 4243, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Unit 3242-243; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 144, 104, 370; Unit2- 300; Unit 3- 244 PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT

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PO 2. Evaluate the effects of the following major scientific milestones on society: Mendelian Genetics SE/TE: NA Newton's Laws SE/TE: 349-359, 363 TR: Laboratory Manual 92-94; All in One Teaching Resources; Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 123-124, 129-130; Section Summary Unit 2- 122, 128; Review and Reinforcement Unit 2125, 131; Enrichment Unit 2- 126, 132; Lab Worksheet Unit 2- 133-135

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PO 3. Evaluate the impact of a major scientific development occurring within the past decade. SE/TE: 155, 02-203, 282-283, 315, 562-563, 586587, 599, 767, 772-773

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PO 4. Evaluate career opportunities related to life and physical sciences. SE/TE: xxii-3, 8, 9

TECH: www,PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgb-6000; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

Concept 2: Nature of Scientific Knowledge Understand how science is a process for generating knowledge. PO 1. Apply the following scientific processes to other problem solving or decision making situations: observing SE/TE: 62-63, 100-101, 126-127, 193, 210-211, 248-249, 273, 338-339, 484-485, 508, 528-529, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 616, 628, 652-653, 660661, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748749, 755, 770-771 TR: Lab Manual 8-10, 24-25, 48-50, 58-61; 6871, 88-91, 133-135, 142-144, 149-151, 158-159, 160-162, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194, 202-205, 210-212, 213-216; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 133135, 253-254, 399-401, 468-471, 525-526; Unit 2109-112, 381-383; Unit 3- 69-71, 132-134, 202203, 211-213, 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99-102, 110-112, 185-188, 233-235, 252-255; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 224-225; Unit 2- 38-39; Unit 4- 24-25, 164-165, 218-219; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 226-227; Unit 240-41; Unit 4- 26-27, 166-167, 220-221; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 228-229; Unit 2- 42-43; Unit 4- 28-29, 168-169, 222-223; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 230; Unit 2- 44; Unit 4- 30, 170, 224

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; How Many Molecules? Sticky Sneakers; The Antacid Test; Just Add Water; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Design a Battery Sensor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon? That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM questioning SE/TE: 10, 68-69, 572-573, 588, 608-609, 629 TR: Lab Manual; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1-; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 160-161; Unit 3- 174-175, 238-239; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 162-163; Unit 3176-177, 240-241; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 164-165; Unit 3- 178-179, 242-243; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 166, 180, 244 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Solids; Liquids, and Gases; The Electromagnetic Spectrum; Light; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM communicating SE/TE: 32-33, 49, 62-63, 68, 82, 94-95, 100101, 126-127, 136-137, 148-149, 157, 164-165, 182-183, 193, 210-211, 220-221, 228-229, 258259, 273, 292-293, 306-307, 318-319, 326-327, 332-333, 338-339, 360-361, 370-371, 379, 386387, 404-405, 420-421, 434-435, 452-453, 460461, 470, 484-485, 508, 520-521, 528-529, 538539, 557, 592-593, 601-603, 608-609, 616, 628, 652-653, 660-661, 680-681, 690-691, 700-701, 722-723, 734-735, 748-749, 770-771

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS-60; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Temperature and Enzyme Activity; Melting Ice; It's a Gas; Alien Periodic Table; Comparing Atom Sizes; Shedding Light on Ions; How Many Molecules?; Speedy Solutions; Sticky Sneakers; Angling for Access; Can You Feel the Power; Soaring Straws; Just Add Water; Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Forced to Accelerate; Spinning Sprinklers; Sink and Spill; Seesaw Science; Wavy Motion; Making Waves; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Build a Crystal Radio; Changing Colors; Looking at Images; Detecting Fake Coins; The Versorium; Constructing a Dimmer Switch; Building an Electric Motor; Computer Programming; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Matter; Solids, Liquids, and Gases; Elements and the Periodic Table; Cooper or Carbon?; Atom and Bonding; Chemical Reactions; Carbon Chemistry; Motion; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Forces; Forces in Fluids; Work and Machines; Sound; Light; Thermal Energy and Heat; Electricity; That Is the Question; Using Electricity and Magnetism; Electronics; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

comparing SE/TE: 55, 100-101, 148-149, 209, 220-221, 520 TR: Lab Manual 140-141; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 133-135; Unit 359-60; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 224225, 298-299, 432-433; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 226-227, 300-301, 434-435; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 228-229, 302-303, 436437; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 230, 304, 438 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Wavy Motion; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Elements and the Periodic Table; Atoms and Bonds; Acids, Bases, and Solutions; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM measuring SE/TE: 11, 114, 126-127, 128, 135, 136-137, 186, 258-259, 318-319, 378-379, 508-509, 520, 690-691, 734-735

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TR: Lab Manual 24-25, 26-28, 77-79, 99-101, 140141, 188-191, 202-205; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 253-254, 263265; Unit 2- 59-61, 182-184; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 99-102, 185-188; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 504-505; Unit 3- 38-39; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 506-507; Unit 3- 40-41; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1-508-509; Unit 342-43; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1510; Unit 3- 44 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Copper or Carbon? That is the Question; Alien Periodic Table; Inclined to Roll; Spinning Sprinklers; Characteristics of Waves; Wavy Motions; The Versorium; Building an Electric Motor; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Carbon Chemistry; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM classifying SE/TE: 11, 114, 126-127, 128, 135, 136-137, 186, 258-259, 318-319, 378-379, 508-509, 520, 690-691, 734-735 TR: Lab Manual 24-25, 26-28, 77-79, 99-101, 140141, 188-191, 202-205; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 253-254, 263265; Unit 2- 59-61, 182-184; Unit 3- 59-60; Unit 4- 99-102, 185-188; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 504-505; Unit 3- 38-39; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 506-507; Unit 3- 40-41; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1-508-509; Unit 342-43; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1510; Unit 3- 44 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Copper or Carbon? That is the Question; Alien Periodic Table; Inclined to Roll; Spinning Sprinklers; Characteristics of Waves; Wavy Motions; The Versorium; Building an Electric Motor; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Carbon Chemistry; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 6, 13, 17, 25, 82, 94-95, 121, 141, 157, 192-193, 210-211, 232, 273, 292-293, 332-333, 346, 357, 380, 422, 532, 543, 549, 616, 624, 628, 660-661, 672, 690-691, 700-701, 711 TR: Lab Manual 15-16, 17-19, 33-35, 44-47, 4850, 70-72, 167-168, 169-171, 176-179, 188-191, 192-194; All in One Teaching Resources

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(Continued) TR: Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 181-182, 197-199, 312-314, 378-381, 399-401, 525-526, 542-544; Unit 3- 252-253, 268-270; Unit 4- 38-41, 99-102, 110-112; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 296-97; Chapter Project Overview Unit 2- 98-99; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 2- 100-101; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 2- 102

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organizing data inferring SE/TE: N/A SE/TE: 62-63, 82, 136-137, 164-165, 292-293, 338-339, 460-461, 478, 557, 592-593, 616, 668669, 690-691, 734-735 TR: Lab Manual 8-10, 15-16, 26-28, 36-39, 7072, 88-91, 123-126, 131-132, 149-151, 158-159, 167-168, 180-183, 188-191, 202-205; All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 133135, 181-182, 263-265, 323-326, 542-544; Unit 2109-112, 323-326, 372-373; Unit 3- 132-134, 202-203, 252-253; Unit 4- 50-53, 99-102, 185188 TECH: www.PHSchool.com: Web Code; cgd-1022, cgd-5033, cgd-4034; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video; Isolating Copper by Electrolysis; Melting Ice; Alien Periodic Table; Shedding Light on Ions; Are You Getting Your Vitamins?; Sticky Sneakers; Soaring Straws; Building Your Own Thermometer; Changing Pitch; Comparing Light Bulbs; Changing Colors; Design and Build a Magnetic Paper Clip Holder; The Versorium; Build an Electric Motor; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM generating hypotheses SE/TE: 76, 172, 212, 264, 338-339, 353, 372, 394, 406, 414, 460-461, 491, 520, 521, 613, 660661, 715, 736

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PO 2. Describe how scientific knowledge is subject SE/TE: 16, 103 to change as new information and/or technology TECH: www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-2011; challenges prevailing theories. Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS

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PO 3. Defend the principle that accurate record keeping, openness, and replication are essential for maintaining an investigator's credibility with other scientists and society. Can be developed using the following: SE/TE: 15-16, 39, 103-108, 196 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 233-235, Section Summary Unit 1- 232; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 236, and Enrich Unit 1- 237 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources: Unit 1 Transparencies Unit 1- PS31-PS32; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 4. Explain why scientific claims may be questionable if based on very small samples of data, biased samples, or samples for which there was no control. Can be developed using the following: SE/TE: 15-16, 39, 103-108, 196 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 233-235, Section Summary Unit 1- 232; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 236, and Enrich Unit 1- 237 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources: Unit 1 Transparencies Unit 1- PS31-PS32; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM Strand 3: Science in Personal and Social Perspectives Science in Personal and Social Perspectives emphasizes developing the ability to design a solution to a problem, to understand the relationship between science and technology, and the ways people are involved in both. Students understand the impact of science and technology on human activity and the environment. This strand affords students the opportunity to understand their place in the world ­ as living creatures, consumers, decision makers, problem solvers, managers, and planners. Grade 6 Concept 1: Changes in Environments Describe the interactions between human populations, natural hazards, and the environment. PO 1. Evaluate the effects of the following natural hazards:· sandstorm SE/TE: N/A hurricane SE/TE: N/A tornado SE/TE: N/A ultraviolet light SE/TE: 582, 585 TECH: Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM lightning-caused fire SE/TE: 204 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency Unit 1- PS63; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM 59 SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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PO 2. Describe how people plan for, and respond to, the following natural disasters:· drought SE/TE: N/A flooding SE/TE: N/A tornadoes SE/TE: N/A Concept 2: Science and Technology in Society Develop viable solutions to a need or problem. PO 1. Propose viable methods of responding to an SE/TE: 15, 39, 103-108, 148-149, 196, 273 identified need or problem. TR: Laboratory Manual 68-69; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 298-299; Overview Unit 1300-301; Worksheets Unit 1- 302-303; Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 304; Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 525526 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner CD-Rom; Lab Activity Video/DVD Modeling Sea-Floor Spreading; Discovery Channel School Video Preview Atoms and Bonding; Student Edition on Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 2. Compare possible solutions to best address an identified need or problem. SE/TE: 15, 39, 103-108, 148-149, 196, 273 TR: Laboratory Manual 68-69; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 298-299; Overview Unit 1300-301; Worksheets Unit 1- 302-303; Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 304; Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 525526 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner CD-Rom; Lab Activity Video/DVD Modeling Sea-Floor Spreading; Discovery Channel School Video Preview Atoms and Bonding; Student Edition on Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 55-57, 99-101, 149-151, 169PO 3. Design and construct a solution to an identified need or problem using simple classroom 171, 182-183, 440-441, 561, 668-669, 755 materials. TR: Lab Manual 131-132, 152-153, 180-183, All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1446-448; Unit 2- 182-84; Unit 3- 132-134, 141142, 268-270; Unit 4- 50-53, 233-235, Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364365; Unit 2-294-295; Unit 3- Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 40-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit2296-297; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 4243, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 44, 104, 370; Unit 2300

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PO 4. Describe a technological discovery that influences science.

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Grade 7 Concept 1: Changes in Environments Describe natural hazards, and the environment. PO 1. Analyze environmental risks (e.g., pollution, destruction of habitat) caused by human interaction with biological or geological systems.

the interactions between human populations, SE/TE: 562-563

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PO 2. Analyze environmental benefits of the following human interactions with biological or geological systems: reforestation SE/TE: N/A habitat restoration SE/TE: N/A construction of dams SE/TE: N/A SE/TE: N/A PO 3. Propose possible solutions to address the environmental risks in biological or geological systems. Concept 2: Science and Technology in Society Develop viable solutions to a need or problem. PO 1. Propose viable methods of responding to an SE/TE: 15, 39, 103-108, 148-149, 196, 273 identified need or problem. TR: Laboratory Manual 68-69; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 298-299; Overview Unit 1300-301; Worksheets Unit 1- 302-303; Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 304; Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 525526 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner CD-Rom; Lab Activity Video/DVD Modeling Sea-Floor Spreading; Discovery Channel School Video Preview Atoms and Bonding; Student Edition on Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 2. Compare solutions to best address an SE/TE: 15, 39, 103-108, 148-149, 196, 273 identified need or problem. TR: Laboratory Manual 68-69; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 298-299; Overview Unit 1300-301; Worksheets Unit 1- 302-303; Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 304; Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 525526 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner CD-Rom; Lab Activity Video/DVD Modeling Sea-Floor Spreading; Discovery Channel School Video Preview Atoms and Bonding; Student Edition on Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 55-57, 99-101, 149-151, 169PO 3. Design and construct a solution to an identified need or problem using simple classroom 171, 182-183, 440-441, 561, 668-669, 755 materials. TR: Lab Manual 131-132, 152-153, 180-183, All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1446-448; Unit 2- 182-84; Unit 3- 132-134, 141142, 268-270; Unit 4- 50-53, 233-235, Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364365; Unit 2-294-295; Unit 3- Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 40-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit2296-297; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 4243, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 44, 104, 370; Unit 2300

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PO 4. Describe a scientific discovery that influences technology.

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Grade 8 Concept 1: Changes in Environments Describe the interactions between human populations, natural hazards, and the environment. PO 1. Analyze the risk factors associated with natural, human induced, and/or biological hazards, including: waste disposal of industrial chemicals· Could be developed using the following: SE/TE: 56-57

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greenhouse gases PO 2. Analyze possible solutions to address the environmental risks associated with chemicals and biological systems. SE/TE: N/A Could be developed using the following: SE/TE: 56-57

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Concept 2: Science and Technology in Society Develop viable solutions to a need or problem. PO 1. Propose viable methods of responding to an SE/TE: 15, 39, 103-108, 148-149, 196, 273 identified need or problem. TR: Laboratory Manual 68-69; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 298-299; Overview Unit 1300-301; Worksheets Unit 1- 302-303; Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 304; Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 525526 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner CD-Rom; Lab Activity Video/DVD Modeling Sea-Floor Spreading; Discovery Channel School Video Preview Atoms and Bonding; Student Edition on Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 2. Compare solutions to best address an SE/TE: 15, 39, 103-108, 148-149, 196, 273 identified need or problem. TR: Laboratory Manual 68-69; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 298-299; Overview Unit 1300-301; Worksheets Unit 1- 302-303; Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 304; Lab Worksheets Unit 1- 525526 TECH: Lab Zone Easy Planner CD-Rom; Lab Activity Video/DVD Modeling Sea-Floor Spreading; Discovery Channel School Video Preview Atoms and Bonding; Student Edition on Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 3. Design and construct a solution to an SE/TE: 4-5, 32-33, 55-57, 99-101, 149-151, 169identified need or problem using simple classroom 171, 182-183, 440-441, 561, 668-669, 755 materials.

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TR: Lab Manual 131-132, 152-153, 180-183, All in One Teaching Resources Lab Worksheets Unit 1446-448; Unit 2- 182-84; Unit 3- 132-134, 141142, 268-270; Unit 4- 50-53, 233-235, Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 38-39, 98-99, 364365; Unit 2-294-295; Unit 3- Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 40-41, 100-101, 366-367; Unit2296-297; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 4243, 102-103, 368-369; Unit 2- 298-299; Chapter Project Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 44, 104, 370; Unit 2300 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency PS190; Lab Activity Video Speedy Solutions; Spinning Sprinklers; Changing Pitch; Looking at Images; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip: Technology and Engineering ; Introduction to Matter; Chemical Reactions; Energy; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PO 4. Compare risks and benefits of the following technological advances: radiation treatments SE/TE: N/A genetic engineering (See Strand 4 Concept 2)· SE/TE: N/A airbags (See Strand 5 Concept 2) SE/TE: 202-203

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Strand 4: Life Science Life Science expands students' biological understanding of life by focusing on the characteristics of living things, the diversity of life, and how organisms and populations change over time in terms of biological adaptation and genetics. This understanding includes the relationship of structures to their functions and life cycles, interrelationships of matter and energy in living organisms, and the interactions of living organisms with their environment. Grade 6 Concept 1: Structure and Function in Living Systems Understand the relationships between structures and functions of organisms. PO 1. Explain the importance of water to SE/TE: N/A organisms. PO 2. Describe the basic structure of a cell, including:· cell wall SE/TE: N/A cell membrane SE/TE: N/A nucleus SE/TE: N/A PO 3. Describe the function of each of the following cell parts: cell wall SE/TE: N/A cell membrane SE/TE: N/A nucleus SE/TE: N/A

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PO 4. Differentiate between plant and animal cells. SE/TE: N/A PO 5. Explain the hierarchy of cells, tissues, organs, and systems. PO 6. Relate the following structures of living organisms to their functions Animals· respiration ­ gills, lungs digestion ­ stomach, intestines circulation ­ heart, veins, arteries, capillaries locomotion ­ muscles, skeleton Plants· transpiration ­ stomata, roots, xylem, phloem SE/TE: N/A SE/TE: N/A

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absorption ­ roots, xylem, phloem SE/TE: N/A response to stimulus (phototropism, hydrotropism, SE/TE: N/A geotropism) ­ roots, xylem, phloem PO 7. Describe how the various systems of living organisms work together to perform a vital function: respiratory and circulatory SE/TE: N/A muscular and skeletal SE/TE: N/A digestive and excretory SE/TE: N/A Concept 2: Reproduction and Heredity Understand the basic principles of heredity. No performance objectives at this grade level Concept 3: Populations of Organisms in an Ecosystem Analyze the relationships among various organisms and their environment. PO 1. Explain that sunlight is the major source of SE/TE: N/A energy for most ecosystems. (See Strand 5 Concept 3 and Strand 6 Concept 2) PO 2. Describe how the following environmental conditions affect the quality of life:· water quality SE/TE: N/A climate SE/TE: N/A population density SE/TE: N/A smog SE/TE: N/A Concept 4: Diversity, Adaptation, and Behavior Identify structural and behavioral adaptations. No performance objectives at this grade level Grade 7 Concept 1: Structure and Function in Living Systems Understand the relationships between structures and functions of organisms. No performance objectives at this grade level Concept 2: Reproduction and Heredity Understand the basic principles of heredity. No performance objectives at this grade level

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Concept 3: Populations of Organisms in an Ecosystem Analyze the relationships among various organisms and their environment. PO 1. Compare food chains in a specified ecosystem and their corresponding food web. SE/TE: N/A

PO 2. Explain how organisms obtain and use resources to develop and thrive in: niches SE/TE: N/A predator/prey relationships SE/TE: N/A PO 3. Analyze the interactions of living organisms with their ecosystems: limiting factors SE/TE: N/A carrying capacity SE/TE: N/A PO 4. Evaluate data related to problems associated SE/TE: N/A with population growth (e.g., overgrazing, forest management, invasion of non-native species) and the possible solutions. PO 5. Predict how environmental factors (e.g., floods, droughts, temperature changes) affect survival rates in living organisms. PO 6. Create a model of the interactions of living organisms within an ecosystem. SE/TE: N/A

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Concept 4: Diversity, Adaptation, and Behavior Identify structural and behavioral adaptations. No performance objectives at this grade level Grade 8 Concept 1: Structure and Function in Living Systems Understand the relationships between structures and functions of organisms. No performance objectives at this grade level Concept 2: Reproduction and Heredity Understand the basic principles of heredity. PO 1. Explain the purposes of cell division: growth and repair SE/TE: N/A reproduction SE/TE: N/A PO 2. Explain the basic principles of heredity using the human examples of: eye color SE/TE: N/A widow's peak SE/TE: N/A blood type SE/TE: N/A PO 3. Distinguish between the nature of dominant SE/TE: N/A and recessive traits in humans. Concept 3: Populations of Organisms in an Ecosystem Analyze the relationships among various organisms and their environment. No performance objectives at this grade level Concept 4: Diversity, Adaptation, and Behavior Identify structural and behavioral adaptations. PO 1. Explain how an organism's behavior allows it SE/TE: N/A to survive in an environment.

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ARIZONA SCIENCE STANDARDS PO 2. Describe how an organism can maintain a stable internal environment while living in a constantly changing external environment. PO 3. Determine characteristics of organisms that could change over several generations. PO 4. Compare the symbiotic and competitive relationships in organisms within an ecosystem (e.g., lichen, mistletoe/tree, clownfish/sea anemone, native/non-native species). PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT

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PO 5. Analyze the following behavioral cycles of organisms: hibernation SE/TE: N/A migration SE/TE: N/A dormancy (plants) SE/TE: N/A PO 6. Describe the following factors that allow for the survival of living organisms: protective coloration SE/TE: N/A beak design SE/TE: N/A seed dispersal SE/TE: N/A pollination SE/TE: N/A Strand 5: Physical Science Physical Science affords students the opportunity to increase their understanding of the characteristics of objects and materials they encounter daily. Students gain an understanding of the nature of matter and energy, including their forms, the changes they undergo, and their interactions. By studying objects and the forces that act upon them, students develop an understanding of the fundamental laws of motion, knowledge of the various ways energy is stored in a system, and the processes by which energy is transferred between systems and surroundings. Grade 6 Concept 1: Properties and Changes of Properties in Matter Understand physical and chemical properties of matter. No performance objectives at this grade level Concept 2: Motion and Forces Understand the relationship between force and motion. No performance objectives at this grade level Concept 3: Transfer of Energy Understand that energy can be stored and transferred. PO 1. Identify various ways in which electrical SE/TE: 462-465 energy is generated using renewable and TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading nonrenewable resources (e.g., wind, dams, fossil and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 329-330; Section fuels, nuclear reactions). Summary Unit 2-328, Review and Reinforcement Unit 2- 331; Enrich Unit 2-332

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency Unit 2- PS147; www.sciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1354; Student Edition on Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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SE/TE: 58-59, 445-446, 448, 450, 451, 457, 458459, 460-461, 463, 696-697 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 129-130; Unit 2309-310, 318-320; Section Summary Unit 1- 128; Unit 2- 308, 317; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 131; Unit 2- 311, 321; Enrich Unit 1- 132; Unit 2- 312, 322; Lab Worksheets Unit 2- 323-326 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS16; Unit 2- PS145PS146; www.PHSchool.comWeb Code: cgp-3053; www.sciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1114, scn1351, scn-1352; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Soaring Straws; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Energy; Student Edition on Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 3. Compare the following ways in which energy may be transformed: mechanical to electrical SE/TE: 740-741

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency Unit 4- PS250; www.PHSchool.comWeb Code: cgp-4033; Student Edition on Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

electrical to thermal Can be developed using the following: SE/TE: 491-492 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency Unit 2- PS153; Student Edition on Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 4. Explain how thermal energy (heat energy) can be transferred by: SE/TE: 480, 481-483 conduction TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 376-378; Section Summary Unit 2- 375; Review and Reinforcement Unit 2- 379; Enrich Unit 2- 380

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency Unit 2- PS 151; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1362; Student Edition on Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

convection SE/TE: 480, 481 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 376-378

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radiation SE/TE: 480, 481 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 376-378

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparency Unit 2- PS 151; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1362; Student Edition on Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

Grade 7 Concept 1: Properties and Changes of Properties in Matter Understand physical and chemical properties of matter. No performance objectives at this grade level Concept 2: Motion and Forces Understand the relationship between force and motion. No performance objectives at this grade level Concept 3: Transfer of Energy Understand that energy can be stored and transferred. No performance objectives at this grade level Grade 8 Concept 1: Properties and Changes of Properties in Matter Understand physical and chemical properties of matter PO 1. Identify different kinds of matter based on the following physical properties: states SE/TE: 36, 37, 51, 70-75, 76-81, 82, 96, 97, 98, 99, 116, 486-490, 496, 497, 498, 499 TR: All in One Teaching Resources; Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 123-124, 169-171, 176-178; Unit 2- 386-389; Section Summary Unit 1- 168, 175; Unit 2- 385; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 172, 179; Unit 2- 390; Enrich Unit 1- 173, 180; Unit 2- 391; Lab Worksheet 181-182; Key Terms Review Unit 1200; Performance Assessment Teacher Notes Unit 1- 207; Worksheet Unit 1- 209; Scoring Rubric 208; Chapter Test Unit 1- 210-213; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 160-161; Overview 162-163; Worksheets Unit 1- 164-165; Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 166

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TECH: All in One Teaching Resources: Transparencies Unit 1- PS18-PS21, PS36; Unit 2152; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1111, scn1363; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip: Solids, Liquids and Gases; Elements and the Periodic Table; Thermal Energy and Heat; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM,

density SE/TE: 47-48, 49 TR: Laboratory Manual 6-7; Lab Worksheets 119120 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS12; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video/DVD Making Sense of Density; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 79, 168, 227, 489

boiling point

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS20, PS52; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1214; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

melting point SE/TE: 77, 488 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 2- PS152; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 36, 231-235 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 451-452; Section Summary Unit 1- 450; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 453; Enrich Unit 1- 454

solubility

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS73; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1232; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 2. Identify different kinds of matter based on the following chemical properties: reactivity SE/TE: 37, 114, 119, 120, 121, 130, 132, 133, 281

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS38; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1134; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

pH SE/TE: 220-221, 244-246

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TR: Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 432433; Chapter Project Overview Unit 1- 434-435; Chapter Project Worksheet Unit 1- 436-437 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS77-PS78; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Acids, Bases, and Solutions ; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM oxidation (corrosion) SE/TE: 52, 119 TECH: Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 3. Identify the following types of evidence that a chemical reaction has occurred: SE/TE: 188 formation of a precipitate· TECH: Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 189 generation of gas TECH: Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 188 color change TECH: Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM absorption or release of heat SE/TE: 189, 190, 191 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 373-375; Section Summary Unit 1- 372; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 376; Enrich Unit 1- 377

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS57-PS59; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1221; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 4. Classify matter in terms of elements, compounds, or mixtures. SE/TE: 38-39, 40-43, 109-117 TR: All in One Teaching Resource Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 107-109, 240-242; Section Summary Unit 1- 106, 239; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 110, 243; Enrich Unit 1111, 244 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS34-PS36; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgp-1032; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1111; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip: Introduction to Matter, Elements and the Periodic Table; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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SE/TE: 41 TECH: Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 109, 110, 111-115, 118, 120-124, 152156 TR: All in One Teaching Resource Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 240-242, 307-309; Section Summary Unit 1- 239, 306; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 243, 310; Enrich Unit 1244, 311

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS10, PS34-PS36, PS37PS38, PS46; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgp1032; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip: Introduction to Matter, Elements and the Periodic Table; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 7. Investigate how the transfer of energy can affect the physical and chemical properties of matter. SE/TE: 36, 37, 54, 451, 459, 480-483, 484-485, 511, 512, 575 TR: Laboratory Manual 133-135; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 376-378; Section Summary Unit 2- 375; Review and Reinforcement Unit 2379; Enrich Unit 2- 380; Lab Worksheet Unit 2381-383

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS15, Unit 2- PS151; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1362, scn-1363; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video/DVD Just Add Water; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

Concept 2: Motion and Forces Understand the relationship between force and motion. PO 1. Demonstrate velocity as the rate of change SE/TE: 314-315, 316-317, 320-325, 326-327, of position over time. 356-357 TR: Laboratory Manual 77-79, 80-83; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 54-56, 64-66; Section Summary Unit 2- 53, 63; Review and Reinforcement Unit 2- 57, 67; Enrich Unit 2- 58, 68; Lab Worksheet Unit 2- 59-61, 69-72

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PO 2. Identify the conditions under which an object will continue in its state of motion (Newton's 1st Law of Motion).

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 2- PS101-PS102, PS103PS106; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012, cgp-3011; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn1313; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video/DVD Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Motion; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM SE/TE: 349-350, 360-361 TR: Laboratory Manual 92-94; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 123-124; Section Summary Unit 2- 122; Review and Reinforcement Unit 2- 125; Enrich Unit 2- 126; Lab Worksheet Unit 2- 133-135

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 2- PS112-PS113; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3023; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video/DVD Forced to Accelerate; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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). SE/TE: 350-352, 360-361 TR: Laboratory Manual 92-94; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 123-124; Section Summary Unit 2- 122; Review and Reinforcement Unit 2- 125; Enrich Unit 2- 126; Lab Worksheet Unit 2- 133-135

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 2- PS112-PS113; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3023; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video/DVD Forced to Accelerate; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

PO 4. Describe forces as interactions between bodies (Newton's 3rd Law of Motion). SE/TE: 353-359, 360-361, 363 TR: Laboratory Manual 92-94; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2-129-130; Section Summary Unit 2- 128; Review and Reinforcement Unit 2-131; Enrich Unit 2- 132; Lab Worksheet Unit 2- 133-135 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 2- PS114-PS116; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgp-3024; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video/DVD Forced to Accelerate; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM 74 SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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PO 5. Create a graph devised from measurements of moving objects and their interactions, including: position-time graphs Can be developed using the following: SE/TE: 316-317 TR: Laboratory Manual 77-79;Lab Worksheet Unit 2- 59-61

TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 2- PS101-PS102; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-3012, cgp3011; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video/DVD Inclined to Roll; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

velocity-time graphs SE/TE: 314-315, 316-317 TR: Laboratory Manual 77-79; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 54-56; Section Summary Unit 2- 53; Review and Reinforcement Unit 2- 57; Enrich Unit 2- 58; Lab Worksheet Unit 2- 59-61

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Concept 3: Transfer of Energy Understand that energy can be stored and transferred. No performance objectives at this grade level Strand 6: Earth and Space Science Earth and Space Science provides the foundation for students to develop an understanding of the Earth, its history, composition, and formative processes, and an understanding of the solar system and the universe. Students study the regularities of the interrelated systems of the natural world. In doing so, they develop understandings of the basic laws, theories, and models that explain the world (NSES, 1995). By studying the Earth from both a historical and current time frame, students can make informed decisions about issues affecting the planet on which they live. Grade 6 Concept 1: Structure of the Earth Describe the composition and interactions between the structure of the Earth and its atmosphere. PO 1. Describe the properties and the composition SE/TE: N/A of the layers of the atmosphere. PO 2. Explain the composition, properties, and SE/TE: N/A structure of the Earth's lakes and rivers. PO 3. Explain the composition, properties, and structures of the oceans' zones and layers SE/TE: N/A

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PO 4. Analyze the interactions between the Earth's SE/TE: N/A atmosphere and the Earth's bodies of water (water cycle). PO 5. Describe ways scientists explore the Earth's SE/TE: N/A atmosphere and bodies of water. (See Strand 2 Concept 1) Concept 2: Earth's Processes and Systems Understand the processes acting on the Earth and their interaction with the earth systems. PO 1. Explain how water is cycled in nature. SE/TE: N/A PO 2. Identify the distribution of water within or among the following: atmosphere SE/TE: N/A lithosphere SE/TE: N/A hydrosphere SE/TE: N/A PO 3. Analyze the effects that bodies of water have SE/TE: N/A on the climate of a region. PO 4. Analyze the following factors that affect climate: ocean currents SE/TE: N/A elevation SE/TE: N/A location SE/TE: N/A PO 5. Analyze the impact of large-scale weather SE/TE: N/A systems on the local weather. PO 6. Create a weather system model that includes: the Sun SE/TE: N/A the atmosphere SE/TE: N/A bodies of water SE/TE: N/A Concept 3: Earth in the Solar System Understand the relationships of the Earth and other objects in the solar system. No performance objectives at this grade level Grade 7 Concept 1: Structure of the Earth Describe the composition and interactions between the structure of the Earth and its atmosphere. PO 1. Classify rocks and minerals by the following observable properties: grain SE/TE: N/A color SE/TE: N/A texture SE/TE: N/A hardness SE/TE: N/A PO 2. Describe the properties and the composition of the following major layers of the Earth: crust SE/TE: N/A mantle SE/TE: N/A core SE/TE: N/A PO 3. Explain the following processes involved in the formation of the Earth's structure: erosion SE/TE: N/A deposition SE/TE: N/A plate tectonics SE/TE: N/A volcanism SE/TE: N/A

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SE/TE: N/A PO 4. Describe how the rock and fossil record show that environmental conditions have changed over geologic and recent time. Concept 2: Earth's Processes and Systems Understand the processes acting on the Earth and their interaction with the earth systems. PO 1. Explain the rock cycle. SE/TE: N/A PO 2. Distinguish the components and characteristics of the rock cycle for the following types of rocks: igneous metamorphic sedimentary PO 3. Analyze the evidence that lithospheric plate movements occur. PO 4. Explain lithospheric plate movement as a result of convection. SE/TE: SE/TE: SE/TE: SE/TE: N/A N/A N/A N/A

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PO 5. Relate plate boundary movements to their resulting landforms, including: mountains SE/TE: N/A faults SE/TE: N/A rift valleys SE/TE: N/A trenches SE/TE: N/A volcanoes SE/TE: N/A PO 6. Describe how earthquakes are measured. SE/TE: N/A Concept 3: Earth in the Solar System Understand the relationships of the Earth and other objects in the solar system. PO 1. Explain the phases of the Moon in terms of SE/TE: N/A the relative positions of the Earth, Sun, and Moon. PO 2. Construct a model for the relative positions of the Earth, Sun, and Moon as they relate to corresponding eclipses. PO 3. Explain the interrelationship between the Earth's tides and the Moon. SE/TE: N/A

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SE/TE: N/A PO 4. Explain the seasons in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres in terms of the tilt of the Earth's axis relative to the Earth's revolution around the Sun. PO 5. Identify the following major constellations visible (seasonally) from the Northern Hemisphere: Orion SE/TE: N/A

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Grade 8 Concept 1: Structure of the Earth Describe the composition and interactions between the structure of the Earth and its atmosphere. No performance objectives at this grade level Concept 2: Earth's Processes and Systems Understand the processes acting on the Earth and their interaction with the earth systems. No performance objectives at this grade level Concept 3: Earth in the Solar System Understand the relationships of the Earth and other objects in the solar system. No performance objectives at this grade level

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