6.1.2: What causes water to go into a stream?
6.1.3: Does all the water that falls as precipitation make it to the stream? If not, where does it go?
6.1.4: Why does water move differently in different states?
6.1.5: How does water change state, from solid to liquid to gas? How does this affect the water system?
6.1.6: Where does water in our community come from and where does it go?How can humans change the way that water moves?
6.2.1: How does a mystery pathogen make people sick and how can we come up with a treatment plan?
6.2.3: How do we know if something is living?
6.2.4: How do the organ systems work together to help humans survive?
6.2.5: What are the subsystems of an organ system and how do these subsystems work together to function?
6.2.6: How does a healthy cell work?
6.2.7: How do cell membranes do their jobs?
6.3.1: How do we choose foods to address diet-related problems?
6.3.2: How can we tell foods apart? What is food made up of?
6.3.4: How do we change substances and what they?re made of?
6.3.7: How do we choose foods to address diet-related problems?
6.4.2: What happens when we push or pull on something?
6.4.3: Why do things get crushed?
6.4.4: What happens when two objects collide? What are the components of a fair investigation?
6.4.6: What causes some objects? motion to change?
6.5.2: How does the environment affect plant growth?
6.5.3: How will the amount of fertilizer affect a plant?s growth? How does the amount of resources affect a plant?
6.5.5: How is it possible to keep a supply of cabbage plants growing? How do resources affect seed production in a plant?
6.5.6: Why do different organisms look and grow differently?
6.5.7: Can we exactly predict plant growth and food production? Why/why not?
6.6.2: What do organisms need to live, grow, and reproduce? How is the number of organisms in a population related to the things they need to live, grow, and reproduce?
6.6.3: What happens to organisms and their populations when they must share limited resources with other organisms?
6.6.4: When a population of organism eats another, how can each population as well as the ecosystem change?
6.6.5: How can a relationship between two species benefit both species? How can this beneficial relationship affect each population?
6.6.6: What is the effect on populations of organisms when the abiotic components of an ecosystem change?
6.6.7: What might be the effects of adding a new species to an ecosystem?
6.7.3: Where do plants get their matter?
6.7.4: How do plants use air and water to grow?
6.7.5: If plants make sugar (glucose) why don?t all plants taste sweet? How do plants use compost?
6.7.6: Where do plants get the energy they need to grow?
6.7.7: Where do the animals get their matter and energy?
Content correlation last revised: 5/4/2020