LS: Life Science

LS.6.2.2: Examine the competitive relationships among organisms within an ecosystem.

LS.6.2.2.a: Distinguish between predators and prey.

Food Chain

LS.6.2.2.c: Interpret how humans impact ecosystems.

Rabbit Population by Season
Water Pollution

LS.6.3.1: Recognize relationships within food chains.

LS.6.3.1.a: Classify organisms as producers, consumers, and decomposers.

Food Chain

LS.6.3.1.b: Demonstrate interrelationships among organisms in a food chain or food web.

Food Chain

LS.6.5.1: Understand how organisms are adapted for surviving in particular environments.

LS.6.5.1.a: Explain how the relationship between the form and function of an organism is associated with survival in a given environment.

Natural Selection
Paramecium Homeostasis

LS.6.6.1: Investigate the fossil evidence found in sedimentary rock layers.

LS.6.6.1.a: Differentiate between the relative age of fossils in a sedimentary rock diagram.

Human Evolution - Skull Analysis
Rock Classification

LS.6.6.3: Reason how environmental changes are associated with the extinction of a species.

LS.6.6.3.b: Evaluate possible causes of extinction.

Natural Selection

ES: Earth and Space Science

ES.6.7.2: Investigate the relative distances between objects in space.

ES.6.7.2.a: Construct a model of the solar system.

Rotation/Revolution of Venus and Earth
Solar System Explorer

ES.6.7.3: Describe the positional relationships among the earth, moon, and sun.

ES.6.7.3.a: Illustrate the positions of the earth, moon, and sun during solar and lunar eclipses.

2D Eclipse
3D Eclipse

ES.6.7.3.b: Use a model to explain how the tilt of the earth and its revolution around the sun causes the seasons.

Seasons Around the World
Seasons in 3D
Seasons: Earth, Moon, and Sun
Seasons: Why do we have them?

ES.6.7.4: Understand that gravity is the force that keeps planets in orbit around the sun and governs movement in the solar system.

ES.6.7.4.a: Identify the pull of gravity as the force that holds the planets and their moons in orbit.

Orbital Motion - Kepler's Laws
Solar System Explorer

ES.6.7.4.b: Relate tidal conditions with the position of the moon.


PS: Physical Science

PS.6.14.1: Identify and describe the characteristics of waves.

PS.6.14.1.b: Distinguish among wavelength, frequency, and amplitude.

Sound Beats and Sine Waves

PS.6.14.1.c: Explain how the properties of a sound are related to wavelength, frequency, and amplitude.

Sound Beats and Sine Waves

PS.6.14.2: Understand the difference between heat and temperature.

PS.6.14.2.a: Describe how heat flows between objects.

Calorimetry Lab

PS.6.14.4: Understand that one form of energy can be transformed into another form of energy.

PS.6.14.4.a: Distinguish among heat, chemical, electrical, and mechanical energy.

Advanced Circuits

PS.6.14.4.b: Understand the law of conservation of energy.

Energy Conversion in a System
Energy of a Pendulum
Inclined Plane - Sliding Objects
Roller Coaster Physics

PS.6.14.5: Understand the nature of light, including the electromagnetic spectrum.

PS.6.14.5.a: Describe the electromagnetic spectrum.

Herschel Experiment

PS.6.14.5.b: Distinguish among refraction, reflection, and absorption of light.

Bohr Model of Hydrogen
Bohr Model: Introduction
Herschel Experiment
Laser Reflection
Ray Tracing (Lenses)

Correlation last revised: 7/9/2009

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