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Prentice Hall Science Explorer: Physical Science © 2009 Correlated to: Massachusetts Science Learning Standards ­ Physical Sciences (Chemistry and Physics) (Grades 6-8) MASSACHUSETTS SCIENCE LEARNING STANDARDS Properties of Matter 1. Differentiate between weight and mass, recognizing that weight is the amount of gravitational pull on an object. Physical Science SE/TE: 44, 45, 344-345 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 114116; Section Summary Unit 1- 113; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 117; Enrich Unit 1118 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS11; Unit 2- PS111; www.PHschool.com: Web Code: cgd-1012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM 2. Differentiate between volume and mass. Define density. Physical Science SE/TE: 44, 45, 46, 47-48, 49, 344-345, 384, 385, 544 TR: Laboratory Manual 6-7; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 114-116; Section Summary Unit 1- 113; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 117; Enrich Unit 1118; Lab Worksheet Unit 1- 119-120; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99; Overview 100-101; Worksheets Unit 1- 102103; Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS11-PS12; Unit 2PS111, PS125; www.PHschool.com: Web Code: cgd-1012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Discovery Channel School Video Preview Introduction to Matter; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT (If submission is not a text, cite appropriate resource(s))

Physical Sciences (Chemistry and Physics), Grades 6­8

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Prentice Hall Science Explorer: Physical Science © 2009 Correlated to: Massachusetts Science Learning Standards ­ Physical Sciences (Chemistry and Physics) (Grades 6-8) MASSACHUSETTS SCIENCE LEARNING STANDARDS 3. Recognize that the measurement of volume and mass requires understanding of the sensitivity of measurement tools (e.g., rulers, graduated cylinders, balances) and knowledge and appropriate use of significant digits. PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT (If submission is not a text, cite appropriate resource(s)) Physical Science SE/TE: 32-33, 44-48, 49, 345 TR: Laboratory Manual 6-7; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 114-116; Section Summary Unit 1- 113; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 117; Enrich Unit 1118; Lab Worksheet Unit 1- 119-120; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99; Overview 100-101; Worksheets Unit 1- 102103; Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS11-PS12; Unit 2PS111; www.PHschool.com: Web Code: cgd1012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Discovery Channel School Video Preview Introduction to Matter; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM 4. Explain and give examples of how mass is conserved in a closed system. Physical Science SE/TE: 44, 45, 49, 344-345 TR: Laboratory Manual 6-7; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 114-116; Section Summary Unit 1- 113; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 117; Enrich Unit 1118; Lab Worksheet Unit 1- 119-120; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 98-99; Overview 100-101; Worksheets Unit 1- 102103; Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 104 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS11-PS12; Unit 2PS111; www.PHschool.com: Web Code: cgd1012; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Making Sense of Density; Discovery Channel School Video Preview Introduction to Matter; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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Prentice Hall Science Explorer: Physical Science © 2009 Correlated to: Massachusetts Science Learning Standards ­ Physical Sciences (Chemistry and Physics) (Grades 6-8) MASSACHUSETTS SCIENCE LEARNING STANDARDS Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures 5. Recognize that there are more than 100 elements that combine in a multitude of ways to produce compounds that make up all of the living and nonliving things that we encounter. PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT (If submission is not a text, cite appropriate resource(s)) Physical Science SE/TE: 109, 110, 111-115, 118, 120-124, 152-156 TR: All in One Teaching Resource Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 240242, 307-309; Section Summary Unit 1- 239, 306; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 243, 310; Enrich Unit 1- 244, 311 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS10, PS34-PS36, PS37-PS38, PS46; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgp-1032; 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 6. Differentiate between an atom (the smallest unit of an element that maintains the characteristics of that element) and a molecule (the smallest unit of a compound that maintains the characteristics of that compound). Physical Science SE/TE: 39, 60, 102-108, 131, 132, 167, 170171, 663 TR: All in One Teaching Resource Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 233235; Section Summary Unit 1- 232; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 236; Enrich Unit 1237 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS10, PS29-PS33; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-2011; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM 7. Give basic examples of elements and compounds. Physical Science SE/TE: 38-39, 40, 109-117 TR: All in One Teaching Resource Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 107109, 240-242; Section Summary Unit 1- 106, 239; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 110, 243; Enrich Unit 1- 111, 244

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Prentice Hall Science Explorer: Physical Science © 2009 Correlated to: Massachusetts Science Learning Standards ­ Physical Sciences (Chemistry and Physics) (Grades 6-8) MASSACHUSETTS SCIENCE LEARNING STANDARDS PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT (If submission is not a text, cite appropriate resource(s)) 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; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM 8. Differentiate between mixtures and pure substances. Physical Science SE/TE: 36, 37, 38, 41-43, 224 TR: All in One Teaching Resource Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 107109; Section Summary Unit 1- 106; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 110; Enrich Unit 1111 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS10, PS29-PS33; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1111; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip Introduction to Matter; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM 9. Recognize that a substance (element or compound) has a melting point and a boiling point, both of which are independent of the amount of the sample. Physical Science SE/TE: 77, 79, 168, 227, 488, 489 TR: Laboratory Manual 15-16; All in One Teaching Resource Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 176-178; Section Summary Unit 1- 175; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 179; Enrich Unit 1180; Lab Worksheet Unit 1- 181-182 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS20, PS52; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cgd-1022; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1214; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM 10. Differentiate between physical changes and chemical changes. Physical Science SE/TE: 36, 37, 51, 70-75, 76-81, 82, 96, 97, 98, 99, 116, 486-490, 496, 497, 498, 499

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Prentice Hall Science Explorer: Physical Science © 2009 Correlated to: Massachusetts Science Learning Standards ­ Physical Sciences (Chemistry and Physics) (Grades 6-8) MASSACHUSETTS SCIENCE LEARNING STANDARDS PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT (If submission is not a text, cite appropriate resource(s)) TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 1- 123124, 169-171, 176-178; Unit 2- 386-389; Section Summary Unit 1- 168, 175; Unit 2385; Review and Reinforcement Unit 1- 172, 179; Unit 2- 390; Enrich Unit 1- 173, 180; Unit 2- 391; Lab Worksheet Unit 1- 181-182; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 1- 160161; Overview Unit 1- 162-163; Worksheets Unit 1- 164-165; Scoring Rubric Unit 1- 166; Key Terms Review Unit 1- 200; Performance Assessment Teacher Notes Unit 1- 207; Worksheet Unit 1- 209; Scoring Rubric Unit 1208; Chapter Test Unit 1- 210-213 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS18-PS21, PS36; Unit 2- PS152; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1111, scn-1363; 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 Motion of Objects 11. Explain and give examples of how the motion of an object can be described by its position, direction of motion, and speed. Physical Science SE/TE: 306-317, 318-319, 320-325, 326327, 328-331 TR: Laboratory Manual 77-79, 80-83, 84-87; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheet Unit 2- 47-49, 54-56, 64-66; Section Summary Unit 2- 46, 53, 63; Review and Reinforcement Unit 250, 57, 67; Enrich Unit 2- 51, 58, 68; Lab Worksheet Unit 2- 59-61, 69-72; Chapter Project Teacher Notes Unit 2- 38-39; Overview Unit 2- 40-41; Worksheets Unit 242-43; Scoring Rubric Unit 2- 44; Key Terms Review Unit 2- 73; Performance Assessment Teacher Notes Unit 2- 82; Worksheet Unit 284; Scoring Rubric Unit 2- 83; Chapter Test Unit 2- 85-88

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Prentice Hall Science Explorer: Physical Science © 2009 Correlated to: Massachusetts Science Learning Standards ­ Physical Sciences (Chemistry and Physics) (Grades 6-8) MASSACHUSETTS SCIENCE LEARNING STANDARDS PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT (If submission is not a text, cite appropriate resource(s)) TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 2- PS99-PS107; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn-1111, scn1363; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Inclined to Roll; Stopping on a Dime; Discovery Channel School Video Preview, Field Trip, and Assessment Motion; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM 12. Graph and interpret distance vs. time graphs for constant speed. Physical Science SE/TE: 316-317, 318-319, 325 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 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 2- PS101-PS102, PS105PS106; www.PHSchool.Com: Web Code: cgp3011; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM Forms of Energy 13. Differentiate between potential and kinetic energy. Identify situations where kinetic energy is transformed into potential energy and vice versa. Physical Science SE/TE: 58, 59, 443-446, 448, 456-457, 459, 472-474 TR: All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheets Unit 1- 129130; Unit 2- 303-304, 309-310; Section Summary Unit 2- 302; Review and Reinforce Unit 2- 305; Enrich Unit 2- 306 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 1- PS16; Unit 2- PS144, PS146; www.PHSchool.Com: Web Code: cgp3053; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn1352; Discovery Channel School Video Field Trip: Energy; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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Prentice Hall Science Explorer: Physical Science © 2009 Correlated to: Massachusetts Science Learning Standards ­ Physical Sciences (Chemistry and Physics) (Grades 6-8) MASSACHUSETTS SCIENCE LEARNING STANDARDS Heat Energy 14. Recognize that heat is a form of energy and that temperature change results from adding or taking away heat from a system. Physical Science SE/TE: 475, 476, 477, 478, 479-483, 484485, 491-495, 496, 497, 498, 499 TR: Laboratory Manual 131-132, 133-135, 136-139; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheets Unit 2376-378, 394-396; Section Summary Unit 2375, 393; Review and Reinforce Unit 2- 379, 397; Enrich Unit 2- 380, 398; Lab Worksheet Unit 2- 372-373, 381-383 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 2- PS151, PS153-PS156; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cga-3060, cgp-3064; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn1362; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Build Your Own Thermometer; Just Add Water; Discovery Channel School Video Assessment Thermal Energy and Heat; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM 15. Explain the effect of heat on particle motion through a description of what happens to particles during a change in phase. Physical Science SE/TE: 475, 476, 477, 478, 479-483, 484485, 491-495, 496, 497, 498, 499 TR: Laboratory Manual 131-132, 133-135, 136-139; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheets Unit 2376-378, 394-396; Section Summary Unit 2375, 393; Review and Reinforce Unit 2- 379, 397; Enrich Unit 2- 380, 398; Lab Worksheet Unit 2- 372-373, 381-383 PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT (If submission is not a text, cite appropriate resource(s))

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Prentice Hall Science Explorer: Physical Science © 2009 Correlated to: Massachusetts Science Learning Standards ­ Physical Sciences (Chemistry and Physics) (Grades 6-8) MASSACHUSETTS SCIENCE LEARNING STANDARDS PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT (If submission is not a text, cite appropriate resource(s)) TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 2- PS151, PS153-PS156; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cga-3060, cgp-3064; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn1362; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Build Your Own Thermometer; Just Add Water; Discovery Channel School Video Assessment Thermal Energy and Heat; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM 16. Give examples of how heat moves in predictable ways, moving from warmer objects to cooler ones until they reach equilibrium. Physical Science SE/TE: 475, 476, 477, 478, 479-483, 484485, 491-495, 496, 497, 498, 499 TR: Laboratory Manual 131-132, 133-135, 136-139; All in One Teaching Resources Guided Reading and Study Worksheets Unit 2376-378, 394-396; Section Summary Unit 2375, 393; Review and Reinforce Unit 2- 379, 397; Enrich Unit 2- 380, 398; Lab Worksheet Unit 2- 372-373, 381-383 TECH: All in One Teaching Resources Transparencies Unit 2- PS151, PS153-PS156; www.PHSchool.com: Web Code: cga-3060, cgp-3064; www.SciLinks.org: Web Code: scn1362; Lab Zone Easy Planner; Lab Activity Video Build Your Own Thermometer; Just Add Water; Discovery Channel School Video Assessment Thermal Energy and Heat; Student Edition Audio CD; Presentation EXPRESS CD ROM

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