112.23.6: The student knows that there is a relationship between force and motion.

112.23.6.A: demonstrate basic relationships between force and motion using simple machines including pulleys and levers;

Atwood Machine
Pulley Lab
Torque and Moment of Inertia
Wheel and Axle

112.23.6.B: demonstrate that an object will remain at rest or move at a constant speed and in a straight line if it is not being subjected to an unbalanced force;

2D Collisions
Fan Cart Physics
Force and Fan Carts
Inclined Plane - Sliding Objects
Uniform Circular Motion

112.23.6.C: relate forces to basic processes in living organisms including the flow of blood and the emergence of seedlings.

Charge Launcher
Force and Fan Carts

112.23.7: The student knows that substances have physical and chemical properties.

112.23.7.B: describe physical properties of elements and identify how they are used to position an element on the periodic table;

Electron Configuration

112.23.8: The student knows that complex interactions occur between matter and energy.

112.23.8.A: illustrate examples of potential and kinetic energy in everyday life such as objects at rest, movement of geologic faults, and falling water;

Air Track
Energy Conversions
Energy of a Pendulum
Inclined Plane - Sliding Objects
Plate Tectonics
Potential Energy on Shelves
Roller Coaster Physics
Simple Harmonic Motion

112.23.8.B: identify that radiant energy from the Sun is transferred into chemical energy through the process of photosynthesis.

Cell Energy Cycle
Energy Conversions
Food Chain
Herschel Experiment
Interdependence of Plants and Animals
Photosynthesis Lab
Pond Ecosystem

112.23.9: The student knows the relationship between structure and function in living systems.

112.23.9.A: identify the systems of the human organism and describe their functions;

Circulatory System

112.23.9.B: describe how organisms maintain stable internal conditions while living in changing external environments.

Human Homeostasis

112.23.10: The student knows that species can change through generations and that the instructions for traits are contained in the genetic material of the organisms.

112.23.10.A: identify that sexual reproduction results in more diverse offspring and asexual reproduction results in more uniform offspring;

Cell Division

112.23.10.B: compare traits of organisms of different species that enhance their survival and reproduction;

Evolution: Mutation and Selection
Natural Selection
Prairie Ecosystem
Rainfall and Bird Beaks

112.23.10.C: distinguish between dominant and recessive traits and recognize that inherited traits of an individual are contained in genetic material.

Chicken Genetics
Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium
Mouse Genetics (One Trait)
Mouse Genetics (Two Traits)

112.23.11: The student knows that the responses of organisms are caused by internal or external stimuli.

112.23.11.B: identify responses in organisms to external stimuli found in the environment such as the presence or absence of light.

Human Homeostasis

112.23.12: The student knows that there is a relationship between organisms and the environment.

112.23.12.A: identify components of an ecosystem;

Food Chain
Forest Ecosystem
Interdependence of Plants and Animals
Prairie Ecosystem

112.23.12.B: observe and describe how organisms including producers, consumers, and decomposers live together in an environment and use existing resources;

Food Chain
Forest Ecosystem
Interdependence of Plants and Animals
Prairie Ecosystem

112.23.12.D: observe and describe the role of ecological succession in ecosystems.

Forest Ecosystem
Prairie Ecosystem

112.23.13: The student knows components of our solar system.

112.23.13.A: identify and illustrate how the tilt of the Earth on its axis as it rotates and revolves around the Sun causes changes in seasons and the length of a day;

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

112.23.13.B: relate the Earth's movement and the moon's orbit to the observed cyclical phases of the moon.

Moon Phases
Moonrise, Moonset, and Phases

112.23.14: The student knows that natural events and human activity can alter Earth systems.

112.23.14.A: describe and predict the impact of different catastrophic events on the Earth;

Water Pollution

112.23.14.B: analyze effects of regional erosional deposition and weathering;

Rock Cycle

Correlation last revised: 7/17/2010

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