High Academic Standards for Students
HS.P1U1.1: Develop and use models to explain the relationship of the structure of atoms to patterns and properties observed within the Periodic Table and describe how these models are revised with new evidence.
HS+C.P1U1.1: Develop and use models to demonstrate how changes in the number of subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) affect the identity, stability, and properties of the element.
HS+C.P1U1.2: Obtain, evaluate, and communicate the qualitative evidence supporting claims about how atoms absorb and emit energy in the form of electromagnetic radiation.
HS+C.P1U1.3: Analyze and interpret data to develop and support an explanation for the relationships between kinetic molecular theory and gas laws.
HS.P1U1.2: Develop and use models for the transfer or sharing of electrons to predict the formation of ions, molecules, and compounds in both natural and synthetic processes.
HS.P1U1.3: Ask questions, plan, and carry out investigations to explore the cause and effect relationship between reaction rate factors.
HS+C.P1U1.4: Develop and use models to predict and explain forces within and between molecules.
HS+C.P1U1.5: Plan and carry out investigations to test predictions of the outcomes of various reactions, based on patterns of physical and chemical properties.
HS+C.P1U1.6: Construct an explanation, design a solution, or refine the design of a chemical system in equilibrium to maximize production.
HS+C.P1U1.7: Use mathematics and computational thinking to determine stoichiometric relationships between reactants and products in chemical reactions.
HS+C.P1U3.8: Engage in argument from evidence regarding the ethical, social, economic, and/or political benefits and liabilities of fission, fusion, and radioactive decay.
HS.P2U1.5: Construct an explanation for a field’s strength and influence on an object (electric, gravitational, magnetic).
HS+Phy.P2U1.1: Plan and carry out investigations to design, build, and refine a device that works within given constraints to demonstrate that an electric current can produce a magnetic field and that a changing magnetic field can produce an electric current.
HS.P3U1.6: Collect, analyze, and interpret data regarding the change in motion of an object or system in one dimension, to construct an explanation using Newton’s Laws.
HS+Phy.P3U1.2: Develop and use mathematical models of Newton’s law of gravitation and Coulomb’s law to describe and predict the gravitational and electrostatic forces between objects.
HS+Phy.P3U1.3: Develop a mathematical model, using Newton’s laws, to predict the motion of an object or system in two dimensions (projectile and circular motion).
HS+Phy.P3U1.4: Engage in argument from evidence regarding the claim that the total momentum of a system is conserved when there is no net force on the system.
HS.P3U2.7: Use mathematics and computational thinking to explain how Newton’s laws are used in engineering and technologies to create products to serve human ends.
HS+Phy.P3U2.5: Design, evaluate, and refine a device that minimizes or maximizes the force on a macroscopic object during a collision.
HS.P4U1.8: Engage in argument from evidence that the net change of energy in a system is always equal to the total energy exchanged between the system and the surroundings.
HS.P4U3.9: Engage in argument from evidence regarding the ethical, social, economic, and/or political benefits and liabilities of energy usage and transfer.
HS+Phy.P4U1.6: Analyze and interpret data to quantitatively describe changes in energy within a system and/or energy flows in and out of a system.
HS+Phy.P4U1.8: Use mathematics and computational thinking to explain the relationships between power, current, voltage, and resistance.
HS.P4U1.10: Construct an explanation about the relationships among the frequency, wavelength, and speed of waves traveling in various media, and their applications to modern technology.
Correlation last revised: 9/15/2020