D.12: Physical Science

D.12.1: Describe atomic structure and the properties of atoms, molecules, and matter during physical and chemical interactions

Bohr Model of Hydrogen
Bohr Model: Introduction
Covalent Bonds
Dehydration Synthesis
Electron Configuration
Limiting Reactants

D.12.3: Explain exchanges of energy in chemical interactions and exchange of mass and energy in atomic/nuclear reactions

Nuclear Decay

D.12.6: Through investigations, identify the types of chemical interactions, including endothermic, exothermic, oxidation, photosynthesis, and acid/base reactions

Interdependence of Plants and Animals
Photosynthesis Lab
pH Analysis
pH Analysis: Quad Color Indicator

D.12.7: Qualitatively and quantitatively analyze changes in the motion of objects and the forces that act on them and represent analytical data both algebraically and graphically

2D Collisions
Air Track
Atwood Machine
Fan Cart Physics
Uniform Circular Motion

D.12.8: Understand the forces of gravitation, the electromagnetic force, intermolecular force, and explain their impact on the universal system

Freefall Laboratory
Golf Range!

D.12.9: Describe models of light, heat, and sound and through investigations describe similarities and differences in the way these energy forms behave

Calorimetry Lab
Photoelectric Effect
Sound Beats and Sine Waves

D.12.10: Using the science themes, illustrate the law of conservation of energy during chemical and nuclear reactions

Nuclear Decay

D.12.12: Using the science themes and knowledge of chemical, physical, atomic, and nuclear interactions, explain changes in materials, living things, earth's features, and stars

Density Experiment: Slice and Dice
Freezing Point of Salt Water

E.12: Earth and Space Science

E.12.2: Analyze the geochemical and physical cycles of the earth and use them to describe movements of matter

Interdependence of Plants and Animals
Rock Cycle
Water Cycle

F.12: Life and Environmental Science

F.12.1: Evaluate the normal structures and the general and special functions of cells in single-celled and multiple-celled organisms

Paramecium Homeostasis

F.12.3: Explain current scientific ideas and information about the molecular and genetic basis of heredity

Chicken Genetics
Mouse Genetics (One Trait)
Mouse Genetics (Two Traits)

F.12.4: State the relationships between functions of the cell and functions of the organism as related to genetics and heredity

Chicken Genetics
Mouse Genetics (One Trait)
Mouse Genetics (Two Traits)

F.12.5: Understand the theory of evolution, natural selection, and biological classification

Evolution: Mutation and Selection
Natural Selection

F.12.6: Using concepts of evolution and heredity, account for changes in species and the diversity of species, include the influence of these changes on science, e.g. breeding of plants or animals

Human Evolution - Skull Analysis

F.12.7: Investigate how organisms both cooperate and compete in ecosystems

Food Chain

F.12.8: Using the science themes, infer changes in ecosystems prompted by the introduction of new species, environmental conditions, chemicals, and air, water, or earth pollution

Greenhouse Effect
Photosynthesis Lab
Water Pollution

F.12.9: Using the science themes, investigate energy systems (related to food chains) to show how energy is stored in food (plants and animals) and how energy is released by digestion and metabolism

Food Chain

F.12.11: Investigate how the complexity and organization of organisms accommodates the need for obtaining, transforming, transporting, releasing, and eliminating the matter and energy used to sustain an organism


Correlation last revised: 11/13/2008

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