Distinguish between fact and opinion.
The Nature of Science
Reasoning and Analysis
Identify the applications of scientific, environmental, or technological knowledge to possible solutions to problems.
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Make predictions based on patterns in natural systems (e.g., phases of the Moon, time [day, month, and year], weather, seasons).
Describe how explanations, predictions, and models are developed using evidence.
Explain how certain questions can be answered through scientific inquiry and/or technological design (e.g., investigate to find out if all clay or foil boats designs react the same when filled with paperclips).
Explain how observations and/or experimental results are used to support inferences and claims about an investigation or relationship (e.g., make a claim based on information on a graph).
Identify and describe what parts make up a system