Locate Academic Alignments For - 22 YEARS LATE

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Academic Alignment Authority: Pennsylvania

Subject Matter / Course: Science

The following academic standards have been aligned to 22 YEARS LATE

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Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 15
Assess the natural and man-made factors that affect the availability of clean water (e.g., rock and mineral deposits, man-made pollution).
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 17
Analyze the energy transformations that occur during the greenhouse effect and predict the long-term effects of increased pollutant levels in the atmosphere.
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 12
Explain the impact of watersheds and wetlands in flood control, wildlife habitats and pollution abatement.
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 12
Identify various examples of long-term pollution and explain their effects on environmental health.
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 12
Identify residential and industrial sources of pollution and their effects on environmental health.
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 12
Explain the difference between point and nonpoint source pollution.
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 12
Explain how nonpoint source pollution can affect the water supply and air quality.
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 15
Identify the effects on human health of air, water and soil pollution and the possible economic costs to society.
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 15
Describe how indoor pollution may affect human health (e.g., dust mites, fumes, cat dandruff).
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 17
Identify invisible pollutants and explain their effects on human health.
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 17
Research the relationship of some chronic diseases to an environmental pollutant.
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
S8.A.1.2.2
Ages: 13
Identify environmental issues and explain their potential long-term health effects (e.g., pollution, pest controls, vaccinations).
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
BIO.B.4.2.4
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Describe how ecosystems change in response to natural and human disturbances (e.g., climate changes, introduction of nonnative species, pollution, fires).
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 10
Identify physical, chemical, and biological factors that affect water quality.
Pennsylvania
Science
22 YEARS LATE
Ages: 12
Identify diseases/ conditions that have been associated with exposure to pollutants.

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