Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
explore the relationship between the parts of a system to the whole system.
synthesize concepts across various science disciplines to better understand the natural world (e.g., form and function, systems, or change over time).
demonstrate the interrelationships among physics, chemistry, biology, earth and environmental science, and astronomy.
formulate scientific explanations based on historical observations and experimental evidence, accounting for variability in experimental results.
demonstrate an understanding of the interrelationships among physics, chemistry, biology, earth/environmental science, and astronomy.
compare and contrast changes that occur in an object or a system to its original state.
compare and contrast the influence that a variation in scale will have on the way an object or system works. (e.g., cooling rates of different-sized containers of water, strength of different-sized constructions from the same material, or flight characteristics of different-sized model airplanes).
investigate, compare and design scientific and technological solutions to personal and societal problems.
given a current science-technology-societal issue, construct and defend potential solutions.
apply skepticism, careful methods, logical reasoning and creativity in investigating the observable universe.