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NYC HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE REGENTS SCOPE & SEQUENCE

Santiago Taveras, Deputy Chancellor for Teaching & Learning (Interim Acting) Linda Curtis-Bey, Director Department of Mathematics and Science 52 Chambers Street, Room 208 · New York, NY 10007

CHEMISTRY

For the purposes of this document, a period is defined as a 45-minute block of time and is meant to be for planning only.

first term: september ­ january

The Physical Nature of Matter (30 days)

· Definitionof Chemistry · Matter ­ Particulate Nature ofNatter ­ Substances ­ Mixtures · PhasesofMatter ­ Gases ­ Liquids ­ Solids ­ EffectofSolute onSolvent ­ Calorimetry 3.1dd, 3.1nn, 3.1q,3.1r, 3.1s,3.1t, 3.1u

UNIT 1

Atomic Concepts (20 days)

· Atoms ­ History ofAtomic Structure ­ Subatomic Particles ­ Structure ofAtoms 3.1a, 3.1b, 3.1c, 3.1d, 3.1e, 3.1f, 3.1h, 3.1i, 3.1j, 3.1k, 3.1l, 3.1m, 3.1n, 5.2c

UNIT 2

Nuclear Chemistry (5 days)

· Radioactivity 3.1m, 3.1n, 3.1o, 3.1p, 4.4d, 4.4e, 4.4f 4.1a, 4.4a, 4.4b, 4.4c 4.4d, 4.4e, 4.4f, 5.3a, 5.3b, 5.3c 4.4d

UNIT 3

Chemical Bonding (20 days)

· WhyAtoms Bond · Bonds Between Atoms 5.2b,5.2c, 5.2i 5.2a,5.2b, 5.2c,5.2d, 5.2e,5.2g, 5.2h,5.2i, 5.2k

UNIT 4

Periodicity (5 days)

· Development ofthe PeriodicTable · Propertiesand Trendsofthe Elements 3.1y

UNIT 5

· NuclearEnergy

3.1jj, 3.1kk, 3.1oo, 3.1qq, 3.2a,3.4a, 3.4b,4.1b, 4.2c 3.1oo, 3.1pp 4.2b,3.1k, 3.1i,4.1a, 4.2a,3.3a

· Alternative EnergySources

· Molecular Attraction · Solubility

5.2j,5.2l, 5.2m,5.2n 3.1oo, 3.1pp, 3.1qq 3.1cc, 3.1ee, 5.2g,3.3e 3.2b, 3.3a,3.3c

3.1aa, 3.1bb. 3.1g, 3.1l, 3.1v, 3.1w, 3.1x, 3.1y, 3.1z, 5.2b, 5.2f, 5.2h

· Energy

· Medical Applications

· Chemical Formula · Chemical Equation

The Reference Tables for the Chemistry document is an integral component of the Regents Chemistry course and can be found at: www.emsc.nysed.gov/osa/scire/reftable.html Scientific Inquiry (i.e., asking questions, making discoveries, gathering data, analyzing explanations and communication) is an integral component of this course. The right hand column in each unit represents the Major Understandings taken from the New York State Chemistry Core Curriculum, Standard 4, available at: www.emsc.nysed.gov/cia/mst/scirg.html Science Process Skills from Standards 1, 2, 6 and 7 should be used in conjunction with this scope and sequence.

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CHEMISTRY

For the purposes of this document, a period is defined as a 45-minute block of time and is meant to be for planning only.

second term: february ­ june

Moles/Stoichiometry (12 days)

· Moles/ Stoichiometry 3.1cc, 3.1ee, 3.1n, 3.3e, 3.4e 3.3d, 3.3c 3.3a, 3.1oo, 3.1pp, 3.1qq 3.3f, 3.2b 3.1oo, 3.1pp, 3.1qq

UNIT 6

Kinetics and Equilibrium (15 days)

· Kinetics 3.4d, 3.4f, 3.4a, 3.4b, 3.4c, 3.4g 3.1g, 3.4h, 3.4i, 3.4j, 4.1c, 4.1d, 4.2b, 4.2c, 3.1ll, 3.1mm

UNIT 7

Acids and Bases (15 days)

· Electrolytes · Acids andBases · Acid-Base Reactions 3.1rr,5.2n 3.1uu,3.1vv, 3.1ww,3.1yy, 3.1ss,3.1tt 3.1xx,3.1zz, 3.2b

UNIT 8

Carbon and Organic Chemistry (13 days)

· Carbon Chemistry 3.1ff, 3.1gg, 3.1hh, 3.1ii 3.1ff, 3.1gg, 3.1hh, 5.2e

UNIT 9

Review (10 days)

· First-TermTopics · RegentsExamPrep

UNIT 10

· Mole Interpretation · UseoftheMole Concept

· Equilibrium

Oxidation-Reduction (15 days)

· Redox 3.1b,3.2d, 3.2e,3.2f, 3.2g,3.2h, 3.3b,3.2i 3.3a,3.1i, 3.2j,3.2k, 3.2l

· Classify, Nameand Identify Organic Compounds Basedon Structure, BondType · Properties ofOrganic Compounds · Reactions

· Stoichiometry · Solutions

3.1hh, 3.1ii, 5.2e 3.2c

· Electro- chemistry

The Reference Tables for the Chemistry document is an integral component of the Regents Chemistry course and can be found at: www.emsc.nysed.gov/osa/scire/reftable.html Scientific Inquiry (i.e., asking questions, making discoveries, gathering data, analyzing explanations and communication) is an integral component of this course. The right hand column in each unit represents the Major Understandings taken from the New York State Chemistry Core Curriculum, Standard 4, available at: www.emsc.nysed.gov/cia/mst/scirg.html Science Process Skills from Standards 1, 2, 6 and 7 should be used in conjunction with this scope and sequence.

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EARTH SCIENCE

For the purposes of this document, a period is defined as a 45-minute block of time and is meant to be for planning only.

first term: september ­ january

Maps and Measurements (17 periods)

· ShortIntroduction ofOriginofEarth andOurPlaceinthe Universe(BigBang, SolarSystem) · Measurements, ReferenceTables, Graphing,Nature ofEarthScience 1.1b, 1.2a, 1.2c, 1.2b

UNIT 1

Dynamic Earth (18 periods)

· Structureof Earthand Properties · Convection Cyclesand Density · Evidenceof Movement · PlateTectonics 2.1a,2.1j

UNIT 2

Rocks and Minerals (15 periods)

· Minerals 3.1a, 3.1b, 3.1c 3.1c 2.1m, 3.1c 1.2.f, 2.1v, 2.1w, 3.1c

UNIT 3

Landscapes (30 periods)

· Watercycle · Hydrology (Stream Mechanics, GroundWater) · Weathering Agents · Erosionand Deposition 1.2g,2.1b, 2.1u 1.1i,1.2f, 1.2g,2.1r, 2.1u,2.1v, 2.1w 1.2g,2.1s, 2.1t,2.1u, 3.1c 1.2d,2.1p, 2.1r,2.1s, 2.1t,2.1u, 2.1w,2.1v

UNIT 4

Earth History (12 periods)

· Fossils 1.2d, 1.2f, 1.2h, 1.2i, 1.2j 1.2h, 1.2i, 1.2 1.2j, 2.1o 1.2j

UNIT 5

2.1q

2.1a,2.1b, 2.1j,2.1k, 2.1l,2.1m 2.1l,2.1n, 2.1p 2.1j,2.1k, 2.1l,2.1m, 2.1n,2.1o

· IgneousRocks · Metamorphic Rocks · Sedimentary Rocks(Intro-- MayBeTaught withWeathering)

· GeologicTime

· LocatingPointson 1.1c, theEarth,Latitude, 1.1d, Longitude,Maps 1.1e, 1.1g, 2.1q · Isomaps (TopographicMaps) · GPS/GIS 2.1q

· Stratigraphy

· Earthquakes andVolcanoes ­ Tsunamis

2.1j,2.1k, 2.1l,2.1m, 2.1n

· Miningand 3.1a, NaturalResources 3.1c

· Sedimentary RocksIfNot Covered Previously · Soils(Porosity, Permeability) · Real-World Applications: Agriculture, MudSlides 1.2g,2.1s, 2.1u 2.1p,2.1t, 2.1u,3.1c

· Radioactive Dating

The Reference Tables for the Earth Science document is an integral component of the Regents Earth Science course and can be found at: www.emsc.nysed.gov/osa/scire/reftable.html

Scientific Inquiry (i.e., asking questions, making discoveries, gathering data, analyzing explanations and communication) is an integral component of this course. The right hand column in each unit represents the Major Understandings taken from the New York State Earth Science Core Curriculum, Standard 4, available at: www.emsc.nysed.gov/cia/mst/scirg.html Science Process Skills from Standards 1, 2, 6 and 7 should be used in conjunction with this scope and sequence.

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EARTH SCIENCE

For the purposes of this document, a period is defined as a 45-minute block of time and is meant to be for planning only.

second term: february ­ june

Insolation (13 periods)

· ArcofSun's Travel 1.1a, 1.1h, 2.2a 1.1a, 1.1f, 1.1h 1.2e, 2.1b, 2.1i, 2.2a, 2.2b

UNIT 6

Meteorology (17 periods)

· Systems 1.2e,1.2h, 2.1b,2.1c, 2.1f,2.1g, 2.1h,2.2b

UNIT 7

Climate (10 periods)

· Factorsthat AffectClimate (Altitude, Latitude) 1.1a, 1.2b, 2.1i, 2.1o, 2.1r, 2.1s, 2.2b, 2.2c 1.2g, 2.2c

UNIT 8

Astronomy (17 periods)

· Phasesof theMoon · SolarSystem-- Eccentricity · Tides · Celestial Observations, HRDiagram 1.1d. 1.1f, 1.1i 1.1a

UNIT 9

Review (10 days)

· First-TermTopics · RegentsExamPrep

UNIT 10

· Seasons

· Models

· Energy Exchangesin theAtmosphere

2.1c,2.1e, 2.1f,2.1g, 2.1h 2.1b,2.1c, 2.1d,2.1e, 2.1f,2.2d

· Weather Variables ­ ElNiño

· WaterBudget (Concept--Not ActualBudget)

1.1i 1.1a, 1.1f, 1.1g, 1.2a, 1.2b

The Reference Tables for the Earth Science document is an integral component of the Regents Earth Science course and can be found at: www.emsc.nysed.gov/osa/scire/reftable.html

Scientific Inquiry (i.e., asking questions, making discoveries, gathering data, analyzing explanations and communication) is an integral component of this course. The right hand column in each unit represents the Major Understandings taken from the New York State Earth Science Core Curriculum, Standard 4, available at: www.emsc.nysed.gov/cia/mst/scirg.html Science Process Skills from Standards 1, 2, 6 and 7 should be used in conjunction with this scope and sequence.

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LIVING ENVIRONMENT

For the purposes of this document, a period is defined as a 45-minute block of time and is meant to be for planning only.

first term: september ­ january

Scientific Inquiry (10 periods)

· TheRoleof Scientific Inquiryin Studying Biology · TheMethods ofScience Standard1­ 1.1a,1.1b, 1.1c,3.1, 3.2,3.3

UNIT 1

Origin of Life (3 periods)

· Formationof FirstCellsfrom Molecules · TheNatureof Prokaryotes 3.1a,3.1j

UNIT 2

Ecology (22 periods)

· Relationships 1.1c, 1.1d, 6.1g, 6.2a, 6.2b, 6.3a 1.1a, 1.1b, 1.1d, 1.1e, 1.1f, 6.1a, 6.1b, 6.1c, 6.1d, 6.1e, 6.1f, 6.3b, 6.3c

UNIT 3

Organization and Patterns in Life (20 periods)

· CellStructure 1.2a, 1.2e, 1.2g,1.2i 1.2c,1.2f, 1.2g,1.2i, 1.3a 1.2h,1.2j, 5.1c,5.1f, 5.1g 5.1a,5.1b 5.1d, 5.1e,5.1f 1.2g 4.1a,4.1b

UNIT 4

Homeostasis and Immunity (25 periods)

· BodySystem Overview 1.2a, 1.2b, 1.2c, 1.3a 1.1e, 1.2d, 5.2a, 5.2b, 5.2h, 5.2j, 5.3a, 5.3b 5.2c, 5.2d, 5.2e, 5.2f, 5.2g, 5.2j

UNIT 5

1.3a,3.1j · Interactions

· CellPhysiology

Standard1­ 1.2a,1.2b, 1.3a,1.3b, 2.1,2.2, 2.3a,2.3b, 2.3c,2.4, 3.4a,3.4b, 3.4c,3.5a, 3.5b

· Homeostasis andFeedback Systems

· CellChemistry

· Photosynthesis · Respiration

· Immune Response

· Diffusionand Osmosis · Mitosis

Scientific Inquiry (i.e., asking questions, making discoveries, gathering data, analyzing explanations and communication) is an integral component of this course. The right hand column in each unit represents the Major Understandings taken from the New York State Living Environment Core Curriculum, Standard 4, available at www.emsc.nysed.gov/ciai/mst/scirg.html Science Process Skills from Standards 1, 2, 6 and 7 should be used in conjunction with this scope and sequence.

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LIVING ENVIRONMENT

For the purposes of this document, a period is defined as a 45-minute block of time and is meant to be for planning only.

second term: february ­ june

Reproduction and Development (30 periods)

· Meiosis · Reproductive Systems 4.1c 2.1d, 4.1a, 4.1e, 4.1f, 4.1g 2.1e, 4.1c 4.1d, 4.1e, 4.1h

UNIT 6

Genetics and Biotechnology (25 periods)

· Mendel Overview Intermediate Core Curriculum LE2.2a, 2.2b,2.2c 2.1a,2.1b, 2.1c,2.1f 2.1g,2.1i, 2.1j,2.1k 2.2e,5.2h 2.1h,2.2d, 2.2e,5.2i 2.2a,2.2b, 2.2c 1.2c

UNIT 7

Evolution (15 periods)

· Natural Selection 3.1a, 3.1b, 3.1c, 3.1d, 3.1e, 3.1f, 3.1g, 3.1h, 3.1i, 3.1j, 3.1k, 6.2a 3.1l

UNIT 8

Human Influences on the Environment (15 periods)

· Positive Influences · Negative Influences 7.1a, 7.1b 7.1c, 7.2a, 7.2b, 7.2c 7.3a, 7.3b

UNIT 9

Review (10 periods)

· First-TermTopics · RegentsExam Prep

UNIT 10

· DNA/RNA

· Fertilization · Development

· Protein Synthesis · Diseases · Mutations

· Decision Making (Risk/Benefit)

· Evidence

· StemCells

· Bio-engineering · Bioethics

Scientific Inquiry (i.e., asking questions, making discoveries, gathering data, analyzing explanations and communication) is an integral component of this course. The right hand column in each unit represents the Major Understandings taken from the New York State Living Environment Core Curriculum, Standard 4, available at www.emsc.nysed.gov/ciai/mst/scirg.html Science Process Skills from Standards 1, 2, 6 and 7 should be used in conjunction with this scope and sequence.

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PHYSICS

For the purposes of this document, a period is defined as a 45-minute block of time and is meant to be for planning only.

first term: september ­ january

Measurement and Mathematics (15 days)

· Units · SIPrefixes · Toolsin Measurement · Scientific Notation · Significant Figures · Evaluating Experimental Results · GraphingData · Scalar andVector Quantities · Solving Equations UsingAlgebra S3.1 Standard6­ 3.2 PS4.1c PS5.2c M2.1 Standard1­ M1.1

UNIT 1

Mechanics (40 days)

· Kinematics ­ FreeFall:Gravity ­ Distance/Displacement ­ Speed/Velocity ­ Acceleration · Statics ­ Forces · Dynamics ­ Newton'sThreeLawsofMotion · Two-DimensionalMotion andTrajectories: ­ FiredHorizontallyandatanAngle · UniformCircularMotion 5.1d

UNIT 2

Energy (15 days)

· Workand Energy ­ Power 4.1g, 4.1h, 4.1j

UNIT 3

Projects and Problem Based Learning Activities (10 days)

· EggDrop Standard1­ S2.1,2.2, 2.3,2.4

UNIT 4

5.1b,5.1c,5.1j 5.1e,5.1i,5.1k,5.1q Standard6­4.2 5.1b,5.1c,5.1f, 5.1g,5.1h 5.1n

· FormsofEnergy 4.1a, 4.1i, 5.3f, 5.3j · PotentialEnergy 4.1c · ElasticPotential 4.1c, Energy 5.1m ­ Hooke'sLaw · KineticEnergy · Work-Energy Relationship ­ Conservation 4.1d 4.1a, 4.1b, 4.1e, 4.1f, 4.1j

· Trebuchet

Standard2­ 1.1-1.5

· Bridge Building

M1.1,2.1 M1.1,5.1a

· Newton'sUniversalLawofGravitation 5.1l,5.1n,5.1s, ­ GravitationalFieldStrength 5.1t,5.1u ­ Weight · Friction ­ InclinePlane · Momentum ­ LawofConservation · TheSimplePendulum 4.1h,5.1o 5.1p,5.1r 4.1a,4.1c,4.1d,4.1e

M1.1

The Reference Tables for the Physics document is an integral component of the Regents Physics course and can be found at: www.emsc.nysed.gov/osa/scire/reftable.html Scientific Inquiry (i.e., asking questions, making discoveries, gathering data, analyzing explanations and communication) is an integral component of this course. The right hand column in each unit represents the Major Understandings taken from the New York State Physics Core Curriculum, Standard 4, available at: www.emsc.nysed.gov/cia/mst/scirg.html Science Process Skills from Standards 1, 2, 6 and 7 should be used in conjunction with this scope and sequence.

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PHYSICS

For the purposes of this document, a period is defined as a 45-minute block of time and is meant to be for planning only.

second term: february ­ june

Electricity and Magnetism (25 days)

· Electrostatics ­ StructureofAtoms ­ ChargedObjects ­ TransferofCharge ­ LawofConservation ­ Coulomb'sLaw · ElectricFields ­ FieldStrengths ­ PotentialDifference · ElectricCurrents ­ Ohm'sLaw ­ Resistivity · ElectricCircuits ­ SeriesandParallel ­ ElectricPower ­ ElectricEnergy · Magnetism ­ Fields,FluxLines, andStrength 5.1t, 5.3b, 5.3f

UNIT 5

Waves (25 days)

· IntroductiontoWaves ­ TypesofWaves ­ WaveBehavior ­ WaveCharacteristics ­ PulsesandPeriodicWave · PeriodicWavePhenomena ­ DopplerEffect ­ Interference ­ StandingWaves ­ Resonance ­ Diffraction ­ Sound · Light ­ Speedoflight ­ Reflection ­ Refraction ­ AbsoluteIndex ofRefraction ­ Snell'sLaw · TheElectromagnetic Spectrum ­ Frequenciesand Wavelengths 4.3a,4.3b 4.3c,4.3h

UNIT 6

Modern Physics (20 days)

· Wave-ParticleDualityof EnergyandMatter ­ QuantumTheory ­ Energyvs.Frequency ­ Photon-ParticleCollisions (DeBroglie&Compton) · EarlyModelsoftheatom ­ Thomson'sModel ­ Rutherford'sModel ­ Bohr'sModel ­ AtomicSpectra ­ CloudModel · Thenucleus ­ NuclearForce ­ UniversalMassUnit ­ Mass-Energy Relationship · TheStandardModelof ParticlePhysics ­ FundamentalForces ­ ClassificationofSubatomic Particles ­ Quarks 5.3e

UNIT 7

Review (10 days)

· First-TermTopics · RegentsExamPrep

UNIT 8

5.1s,5.1u

4.3d,4.3e, 4.3f,4.3m, 4.3n,4.3h, 4.3i,4.3j

5.3a, 5.3c, 5.3d

4.1l,4.1n

4.1a,4.1b, 4.1j,4.1l, 4.1m,4.1n, 4.1o,4.1p 5.1t

4.3l,4.3i, 4.3j,4.3h, 4.3k

5.3h

· ElectromagneticInduction 4.1k ­ Electromagnetic Radiation

4.1b,4.1k, 4.3g, 4.3k

4.1b, 5.3b, 5.3f, 5.3g, 5.3i, 5.3j

The Reference Tables for the Physics document is an integral component of the Regents Physics course and can be found at: www.emsc.nysed.gov/osa/scire/reftable.html Scientific Inquiry (i.e., asking questions, making discoveries, gathering data, analyzing explanations and communication) is an integral component of this course. The right hand column in each unit represents the Major Understandings taken from the New York State Physics Core Curriculum, Standard 4, available at: www.emsc.nysed.gov/cia/mst/scirg.html Science Process Skills from Standards 1, 2, 6 and 7 should be used in conjunction with this scope and sequence.

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acknowledgements

NYC Science Scope and Sequence High SchoolwasproducedundertheauspicesofJoelI.Klein,ChancellorandDr.MarciaV.Lyles,Deputy ChancellorforTeachingandLearning.Gratefulacknowledgementisextendedtothefollowingpeoplefortheirvaluablecontributiontothe developmentofthisdocument: Department of Mathematics and Science:LindaCurtis-Bey,DirectorofMathematicsandScience;DeniseMcNamara,ScienceInstructional Specialist. JudithAbel,RIS;OrlandoAvila,HighSchoolforMedicalSciences;NadyaAwadallah,RIS;RobertKane,RIS;MindyMolina,JaneAddamsHigh School;MarcSiciliano,StevensonCampus;MarianitaDamari,RIS;SusanBrustein,TownsendHarrisHighSchool;NajlaHallak,MartinVanBuren HighSchool;EllenMandel,MASTMagnet;MichaelRenna,HillcrestHighSchool;RobertSoel,JohnBowneHighSchool;MichelleCambria,RIS; JohnPritchard,GroverClevelandHighSchool;VladimirHurych,LongIslandCityHighSchool;DianePillersdorf,RIS;GregoryArnold,Beach ChannelHighSchool;NormCohn,FranklinK.LaneHighSchool;PatriceEnglish,JohnAdamsHighSchool;MaryLanagan,TransitTechHigh School;ChristineMineo,RIS;DouglasGraham,Erasmus-HumanitiesHighSchool;GeorgeP.Matthew,GeorgeWingateHighSchool;Harold Meiselman,ClaraBartonHighSchool;MichaelMcDonnell,MidwoodHighSchool;HenriettaStaub,L.M.GoldsteinHighSchool;JosephScarmato, RIS;AlanAsher,PortRichmondHighSchool;GinaBattista,TottenvilleHighSchool;TraciFrey,EdwardR.MurrowHighSchool;DouglasFriend, EdwardR.MurrowHighSchool;SylviaGoldberg,AbrahamLincolnHighSchool;ElizabethWozniakTowlen,EdwardR.MurrowHighSchool; DerresaDavis,RIS;EricMegli,BoysandGirlsHighSchool;KarenHutchinson,BoysandGirlsHighSchool;RajuPhilip,GeorgeWestinghouse HighSchool;TarikZarrouk,ACORNHSSJ;MeganRoberts,RIS;TheresaBudney,MarteValle,IngridBuntschuh,SewardParkHighSchool;John Gollisz,HighSchoolforEnvironmentalStudies;ElizabethFong,StuyvesantHighSchool;JamesJohnson,HighSchoolforArt&Design;Olga Livanis,StuyvesantHighSchool;JoseMerced,JohnDeweyHighSchool;JudySilverman,HighSchoolofGraphicDesign;TammyVu,EastSide CommunityHighSchool;SheldonYoung,RIS;WilliamDugan,HighSchoolforMathematics,[email protected];Barbara Poseluzny,A.PhilipRandolphHighSchool;JulieTorres,J.LevineHighSchoolforMediaandCommunications;CraigWeiss,LaGuardiaHigh SchoolforPerformingArts. SpecialAcknowledgementgoestoDr.JuliaRankinandMarionZachowskifortheirinvaluableeffortsinhelpingtocreatethisdocument.

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