7.1.1: How can we capture and transform energy from the world around us to help meet our needs?
7.1.2: What scientific knowledge and evidence do we need to explain where and how electricity can be generated?
7.1.3: How can electrical energy be generated? What are the necessary parts of an electrical generation system?
7.1.4: What causes the potential energy within a system to change? How does the location of an electric generator affect its ability to capture energy from its surroundings?
7.1.5: How are mass and speed related to kinetic energy?
7.1.6: How does energy change as it is transferred between objects in a system?
7.1.7: What happens to energy when it appears to disappear in a system?
7.1.8: What factors affect the strength of (static) electric and magnetic forces?
7.1.9: How can electromagnetism transform mechanical energy (energy of object motion) into electrical energy? What factors affect the strength of electromagnetic forces?
7.1.10: How can we capture and transform energy from the world around us to help meet our needs?
7.2.A: Cycling of Energy and Matter by Volcanoes
7.2.A.4: Where are volcanoes on Earth's surface? How can regions of change and stability help us identify volcanoes on Earth's surface?
7.2.A.5: Why are there patterns of volcanoes on Earth?s surface?
7.3.2: What is temperature?
7.3.3: How do temperatures change?
7.3.4: What affects the temperature of a system?
7.3.5: How can we test our solutions? How can this testing help improve the solution?
7.4.4: What happens to Earth?s resources as the human population grows or as each individual consumes more of a particular resource? How long (relative to human life spans) does it take for various natural resources to form and/or be replenished? How can we use science and technology to minimize the impact on our limited supply of natural resources?
7.4.6: How do properties chemically and/or physically change when a material goes from natural to synthetic? How do humans change the composition of substances to create new substances with useful properties?
7.4.7: How is temperature related to the motion of particles that make up a sample of matter (solid, liquid or gas)? What are some important properties of materials, such as structure, that serve the function of limiting the amount of thermal energy transferred between objects or regions?
7.4.8: How do the stages of a product?s life cycle impact Earth systems? How can science and technology reduce a product?s life cycle impact on Earth systems?
7.6.1: How is it possible that people can have traits that others in their family do not have?
7.6.2: How do our senses work?
7.6.3: What can cause differences in how our senses work?
7.6.4: Why do some people have differently shaped proteins?
7.6.6: Why don?t we have all the same alleles as our parents?
7.6.7: How is it possible that people can have traits that others in their family do not have?
Content correlation last revised: 5/4/2020