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Academic Alignment Authority: Pennsylvania

Subject Matter / Course: Science

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Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 12
Identify equipment and instruments that explore the universe.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 12
Identify the accomplishments and contributions provided by selected past and present scientists in the field of astronomy.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 15
Know that atoms are composed of even smaller sub-atomic structures whose properties are measurable.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 12
Explain how natural resources and technological changes have affected the development of civilizations.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
S11.C.1.1.1
Ages: 16
Explain that matter is made of particles called atoms and that atoms are composed of even smaller particles (e.g., protons, neutrons, electrons).
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
CHEM.A.2.2.1
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Predict the ground state electronic configuration and/or orbital diagram for a given atom or ion.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
S.5.A.2.2.1
Ages: 10
Describe the appropriate use of instruments and scales to accurately measure time, mass, distance, volume, and temperature safely under a variety of conditions (e.g., use a thermometer to observe and compare the interaction of food coloring in water at different temperatures).
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
S.5.C.1.1.1
Ages: 10
Identify characteristic properties of matter that are independent of mass and volume.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
S.5.C.3.1.1
Ages: 10
Differentiate between the mass and weight of an object.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
S.6.D.3.1.1
Ages: 11
Compare the size and surface features of the planets that comprise the solar system as well as the objects orbiting them.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
S.7.C.1.1.2
Ages: 12
Recognize that the atom is the basic building block for all matter.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
S.7.C.1.1.4
Ages: 12
Describe the relationship between mass and volume as density.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 10, 11, 12
Understand how theories are developed.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 13, 14, 15
Know that both direct and indirect observations are used by scientists to study the natural world and universe.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 11
Differentiate between volume and mass. Investigate that equal volumes of different substances usually have different masses.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 12
Explain how materials are characterized by having a specific amount of mass in each unit of volume (density).
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 12
Identify atoms as the basic building blocks of matter and that elements are composed of one type of atom.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 12
Identify a variety of instruments used to gather evidence about the universe.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 12
Describe repeating patterns in the Sun- Earth-Moon system and the positions of stars.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 13
Differentiate between mass and weight.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 13
Explain how changes in matter are accompanied by changes in energy.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Use Newton’s laws of motion and gravitation to describe and predict the motion of objects ranging from atoms to the galaxies.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Describe the three normal states of matter in terms of energy, particle motion, and phase transitions.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Recognize discoveries from Dalton (atomic theory), Thomson (the electron), Rutherford (the nucleus), and Bohr (planetary model of atom), and understand how each discovery leads to modern theory.
Pennsylvania
Science
Angels & Demons
Ages: 15
Explain how the behavior of matter and energy follow predictable patterns that are defined by laws.

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