5th Final Science Map by d8lt3lR1

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									                                5th Grade Science Curriculum Map
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http://smartboardgoodies.com
Sheppard Software--K-6 Interactives
http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ K-6
http://www.uen.org/k12student/ K-12
Pete's PowerPoint Station
 Steve Spangler Experiments
Internet4Classrooms-Science Activities
Ecology Activities
PBS Kids--ZOOM Science Activities
http://www.stemresources.com/
K-5 Science Resources (Rockingham, VA)
Magic School Bus Science Experiments
K-8 "Science Kids" Activities
science-class.net (K-8)
Bill Nye Printable Science Activities
3-6 Grade Science Interactives (uen)
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week _Embedded_
       Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                    Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**
                                        Embedded Inquiry
Grade Level Expectations
GLE 0507.Inq.1 Explore different scientific phenomena by asking questions, making logical
                  predictions, planning investigations, and recording data.
GLE 0507.Inq.2 Select and use appropriate tools and simple equipment to conduct an
                  investigation.
GLE 0507.Inq.3 Organize data into appropriate tables, graphs, drawings, or diagrams.
GLE 0507.Inq.4 Identify and interpret simple patterns of evidence to communicate the findings
                 of multiple investigations.
GLE 0507.Inq.5 Recognize that people may interpret the same results in different ways.
GLE 0507.Inq.6 Compare the results of an investigation with what scientists already accept
                 about this question.

Checks for Understanding
0507.Inq.1 Identify specific investigations that could be used to answer a particular question
              and identify reasons for this choice.
0507.Inq.2 Identify tools needed to investigate specific questions.
0507.Inq.3 Maintain a science notebook that includes observations, data, diagrams, and
               explanations.
0507.Inq.4 Analyze and communicate findings from multiple investigations of similar
              phenomena to reach a conclusion.

State Performance Indicators
SPI 0507.Inq.1 Select an investigation that could be used to answer a specific question.
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week __Embedded______
       Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                   Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**
                              Embedded Technology & Engineering
Grade Level Expectations
GLE 0507.T/E.1 Describe how tools, technology, and inventions help to answer questions and
                 solve problems.
GLE 0507.T/E.2 Recognize that new tools, technology, and inventions are always being
                 developed.
GLE 0507.T/E.3 Identify appropriate materials, tools, and machines that can extend or enhance
                 the ability to solve a specified problem.
GLE 0507.T/E.4 Recognize the connection between scientific advances, new knowledge, and the
                 availability of new tools and technologies.
GLE 0507.T/E.5 Apply a creative design strategy to solve a particular problem generated by
                 societal needs and wants.

Checks for Understanding
0507.T/E.1 Explain how different inventions and technologies impact people and other living
               organisms.
0507.T/E.2 Design a tool or a process that addresses an identified problem caused by human
               activity.
0507.T/E.3 Determine criteria to evaluate the effectiveness of a solution to a specified
               problem.
0507.T/E.4 Evaluate an invention that solves a problem and determine ways to improve the
              design.

State Performance Indicators
SPI 0507.T/E.1 Select a tool, technology, or invention that was used to solve a human problem.
SPI 0507.T/E.2 Recognize the connection between a scientific advance and the development of
                 a new tool or technology.
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ___0_____
       Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                     Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**


0507.Inq.3 Maintain a science notebook that includes observations, data, diagrams, and   Excellent site to provide guidance and examples:
              explanations.                                                               http://www.sciencenotebooks.org/

**SET UP SCIENTIST NOTEBOOK TO BE USED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR**
                                                                                          1st Assignment: Draw a Scientist
                                                                                          Have students imagine a scientist at work and “draw what
                                                                                          they saw.”
                                                                                          Use their sketches to discuss misconceptions about what
                                                                                          scientists look like, what they wear, what they do, etc.

                                                                                          2nd Assignment: Scientists _____________.
                                                                                          Have students make a list of verbs to fill in the blank.
                                                                                          Examples may include: discover, think, explore, experiment,
                                                                                          measure, test, etc.
                                                                                          Use their answers to jumpstart discussion of things scientists
                                                                                          do.
       Grade_____5____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ____1____
       Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                               Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**
                                                                                                 *See Week 0*
*See Week 0*
                                                                                                 Common Tools to Observe, Make, Measure
GLE 0507.T/E.1 Describe how tools, technology, and inventions help to answer questions and       A Sightseer’s Guide to Engineering
                 solve problems.                                                                 Wheelchairs – Podcast
                                                                                                 Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                      Measuring Land
0507.T/E.1 Explain how different inventions and technologies impact people and other living
                                                                                                      Count Me In
                 organisms.                                                                           Computers
                                                                                                      Measuring Water
SPI 0507.T/E.1 Select a tool, technology, or invention that was used to solve a human problem.   BrainPOP Robots
------------                                                                                     BrainPOP Cars
                                                                                                 BrainPOP Assembly Line
GLE 0507.T/E.5 Apply a creative design strategy to solve a particular problem generated by       ----------------
                                                                                                                     TEXTBOOK p. 2-15; ACTIVITY p. 14-15
                societal needs and wants.
                                                                                                 BrainPOP CD
0507.T/E.3 Determine criteria to evaluate the effectiveness of a solution to a specified        BrainPOP Cell Phone
               problem.                                                                          BrainPOP Microscopes

0507.T/E.4 Evaluate an invention that solves a problem and determine ways to improve the        Create a Compass
                 design.                                                                          Break It Down Interactive
------------                                                                                      BrainPOP Jane Goodall
GLE 0507.Inq.3 Organize data into appropriate tables, graphs, drawings, or diagrams.             Images of Science.
                                                                                                  Invention Playhouse
0507.Inq.3 Maintain a science notebook that includes observations, data, diagrams, and          Systems, Up, Up and Away!
               explanations.                                                                     ----------------
                                                                                                 BrainPOP Problem Solving Using Tables
                                                                                                 BrainPOP Science Projects
                                                                                                 BrainPOP Map Skills
          Grade_____5____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ____2____
          Academic Vocabulary: multicellular*, unicellular*
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                   Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**          Loose in the Lab Activity—Edible Cells
                                                                                                 Biology4Kids
                                                                                                 Beacon Learning Center:
                                                                                                 Cell Structures
                                                                                                 BrainPop, Cells
GLE 0507.1.1 Distinguish between the basic structures and functions of plant and animal cells.   BrainPop, Cell Structures

0507.1.1 Label drawings of plant and animals cells.                                             BrainPOP Cell Specialization BrainPOP Photosynthesis
                                                                                                 BrainPOP Passive Transport BrainPOP Carnivorous Plants
0507.1.2 Compare and contrast the basic structures and functions of plant and animal cells.
                                                                                                 BrainPOP Active Transport BrainPOP Sponges
SPI 0507.1.1 Identify the major parts of plant and animal cells such as, the nucleus,
           cell membrane, cell wall, and cytoplasm.                                              Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                       The Nucleus and Cytoplasm
SPI 0507.1.2 Compare and contrast basic structures and functions of plant and animal cells.            Cell Parts in Plants and Animals
                                                                                                       Parts of a Cell
                                                                                                       Plant and Animal Cells
------------                                                                                           The Parts of a Cell
                                                                                                 Cellular Structure and Function
                                                                                                 Pod Cast: How Can You Tell an Animal Cell from a Plant Cell?
                                                                                                 Discovery Education Video Clips:
GLE 0507.T/E.1 Describe how tools, technology, and inventions help to answer                           Plant Cells
          questions and solve problems.                                                                Parts of a Plant Cell
                                                                                                       Parts of an Animal Cell
0507.T/E.1 Explain how different inventions and technologies impact people                              Multicelled Organisms           TEXTBOOK p. 28-35
                                                                                                 -------------------
          and other living organisms.                                                            Common Tools to Observe, Make, Measure
                                                                                                  A Sightseer’s Guide to Engineering
SPI 0507.T/E.1 Select a tool, technology, or invention that was used to solve a human problem.   Wheelchairs – Podcast
                                                                                                  Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                         Measuring Land
                                                                                                         Count Me In
                                                                                                         Computers                        TEXTBOOK p. 392-393
                                                                                                         Measuring Water
                                                                                                 BrainPOP Robots
                                                                                                 BrainPOP Cars
                                                                                                 BrainPOP Assembly Line

                                                                                                 TEXTBOOK p. 392-393
        Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
        Instructional Week ___3_____
        Academic Vocabulary: commensalism, interspecific*, nutrition*, parasite, parasitism, symbiosis, mutualism*
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                 Resources
    **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**          Ecosystem PowerPoint
                                                                                                BrainPOP Bats
                                                                                                BrainPOP Fighting Hunger
                                                                                                BrainPOP Ecosystems
GLE 0507.2.1 Investigate different nutritional relationships among organisms in an ecosystem.   BrainPOP Symbiosis
                                                                                                BrainPOP Metamorphosis
                                                                                                BrainPOP Conditioning
0507.2.1 Evaluate producer/consumer, predator/prey, and parasite/host relationships.           BrainPOP Underwater World
                                                                                                Animal Defenses
0507.2.3 Create a simple model illustrating the interspecific relationships within an          Form and Functions
              ecosystem.                                                                        Yellowstone Food Web
SPI 0507.2.1 Describe the different types of nutritional relationships that exist among         LIVING LANDSCAPES: ARE YOU A DISASTER?
              organisms.                                                                        Ecokids online
                                                                                                AT HOME UNDER THE CRETACEOUS SEAS
                                                                                                Odd Couples
                                                                                                Discovery Education Video Clips:
-----------------------                                                                               Decomposers
GLE 0507.Inq.1 Explore different scientific phenomena by asking questions, making                     Process of Decomposition
                        logical predictions, planning investigations, and recording data.             Tropical Rainforest
                                                                                                      Decomposers (2)
0507.Inq.1      Identify specific investigations that could be used to answer a                Loose in the Lab Activity: Food Webs

                   particular question and identify reasons for this choice.                                  TEXTBOOK p. 38-45; ACTIVITY p. 39

SPI 0507.Inq.1 Select an investigation that could be used to answer a specific                  ----------------------------
                  question.                                                                                            ACTIVITY p. 50-51


GLE 0507.Inq.3 Organize data into appropriate tables, graphs, drawings, or diagrams.
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ___4_____
       Academic Vocabulary: commensalism, interspecific*, nutrition*, parasite, parasitism, symbiosis, mutualism*
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                         Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**

                                                                                            Loose in the Lab Activity—Yeasty Beasty Burps

GLE 0507.2.2   Explain how organisms interact through symbiotic, commensal, and parasitic   Pod Cast: Symbiosis and worksheet

                 relationships.                                                             Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                  Symbiosis
                                                                                                  Small Creatures Helping Larger Creatures...
0507.2.2      Classify interspecific relationships within an ecosystem as mutualism,             What Is a Symbiotic Relationship?
                                                                                                  Lessons From the Reef
                 commensalism, or parasitism.
                                                                                            Symbiois PowerPoint
SPI 0507.2.2   Distinguish among symbiotic, commensal, and parasitic relationships.
                                                                                            BrainPOP Symbiosis
                                                                                            BrainPOP      Protozoa
                                                                                            BrainPOP      Bats
                                                                                            BrainPOP      Ecosystems
                                                                                            BrainPOP      Underwater World


                                                                                                  TEXTBOOK p. 46-48

                                                                                                  Use models, projects, and activities to reinforce
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ____5____
       Academic Vocabulary: food energy*, photosynthesis
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                             Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**

                                                                                               Plant Energy PowerPoint
GLE 0507.3.1   Demonstrate how all living things rely on the process of photosynthesis to      Photosynthesis
                                                                                               Animated diagram of photosynthesis
                 obtain energy.                                                                Photosynthesis
                                                                                               Climbers and Creepers
                                                                                               Magic Bus: Photosynthesis
0507.3.1      Identify the cell structures that enable plants to conduct photosynthesis.      BrainPOP      Algae
                                                                                               BrainPOP      Metabolism
                                                                                               BrainPOP      Photosynthesis
0507.3.2      Design a graphic organizer that illustrates the difference between plants and   BrainPOP      Plant Growth
                 animals in the movement of food energy through an ecosystem.                  BrainPOP      Fighting Hunger
                                                                                               Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                     Bulbs
SPI 0507.3.1   Identify photosynthesis as the food manufacturing process in plants.                  Falling Colors
                                                                                                     Exploring the Oceans
                                                                                                     Leaves
SPI 0507.3.2   Compare how plants and animals obtain energy.
                                                                                               Illuminating Photosynthesis

                                                                                               Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                     Ingredients for Life: The Food Chain
                                                                                                     Food
                                                                                                     Producers and Consumers
                                                                                                     Producers and Consumers (2)

                                                                                                   TEXTBOOK p. 54-61;

                                                                                                   ACTIVITY p. 61 (#3) Draw Conclusions
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ____6____
       Academic Vocabulary: natural disaster*
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                     Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**             Loose in the Lab Activity—Hurricanes, Tornadoes, and Floods
                                                                                                  Keeping a Field Journal
GLE 0507.2.3 Establish the connections between human activities and natural disasters and         Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                        Controlling and Reducing Pollution
                their impact on the environment.
                                                                                                        Tips for Source Reduction When Shopping
0507.2.4 Analyze basic information from a body of text to identify key issues or                       Preserving and Protecting Habitats
              assumptions about the relationships among organisms in an ecosystem.                      The Business of Recycling
0507.2.5 Create a poster to illustrate how human activities and natural disasters affect               Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: What You Can Do
                 the environment.                                                                 BrainPOP        Population Growth
SPI 0507.2.3 Use information about the impact of human actions or natural disasters on the        BrainPOP        Water Pollution
               environment to support a simple hypothesis, make a prediction, or draw a           BrainPOP        Volcanoes
               conclusion.                                                                        BrainPOP        Natural Disasters
                                                                                                  BrainPOP        Avalanches
                                                                                                  BrainPOP        Humans and the Environment
------------------------
                                                                                                  BrainPOP        Air Pollution
GLE 0507.Inq.1 Explore different scientific phenomena by asking questions, making logical
                                                                                                  BrainPOP        Global Warming
                        predictions, planning investigations, and recording data.                 BrainPOP        Greenhouse Effect    TEXTBOOK p. 64-77
0507.Inq.1 Identify specific investigations that could be used to answer a particular question   BrainPOP        Hurricanes
                        and identify reasons for this choice.                                     BrainPOP        Ozone Layer
SPI 0507.Inq. Select an investigation that could be used to answer a specific question.           BrainPOP        Scientific Method
                                                                                                  BrainPOP        Plastic
                                                                                                  BrainPOP        South Pole
-----------------------                                                                           BrainPOP        Floods
GLE 0507.T/E.3 Identify appropriate materials, tools, and machines that can extend or enhance     ---------------------------------------------
                         the ability to solve a specified problem.                                 ACTIVITY p. 65--Explore
0507.T/E.2 Design a tool or a process that addresses an identified problem
                        caused by human activity.
                                                                                                  ----------------------------------------------
                                                                                                  Research recycling options and design an action plan
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ____7____
       Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                            Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**               Organization Living Things PowerPoint, worksheet


                                                                                                             Animals in the Outback
GLE 0507.5.1   Investigate physical characteristics associated with different groups of animals.

0507.5.1      Classify animals according to their physical characteristics.
                                                                                                             Why Do Animals Hibernate In The Winter? |
0507.5.2      Design a model to illustrate how an animal’s physical characteristics enable it to              An inquiry challenge about hibernation.
                  survive in a particular environment.
                                                                                                    Introducing Biodiversity
SPI 0507.5.1   Identify physical and behavioral adaptations that enable animals such as,
                                                                                                    BrainPop Diversity of Life library
                 amphibians, reptiles, birds, fish, and mammals to survive in a particular
                  environment.                                                                      Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                          Butterfly Adaptations
                                                                                                          Characteristics of Butterflies
                                                                                                          Butterflies: Hide, Trick, and Surprise
                                                                                                          Lizard Scales and Camouflage


                                                                                                        TEXTBOOK p. 108-127

                                                                                                        ACTIVITY p. 111 (Quick Lab)

                                                                                                        ACTIVITY p. 112 (Science Background)
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ____8____
       Academic Vocabulary: fossil formation*
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                             Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**

                                                                                                 Loose in the Lab Activity—Squished Fish and Climate
                                                                                                 Change
GLE 0507.5.2   Analyze fossils to demonstrate the connection between organisms and
                                                                                                 BrainPOP     Fossils
                environments that existed in the past and those that currently exist.            BrainPOP     Human Evolution
                                                                                                 BrainPOP     Geologic Time
                                                                                                 BrainPOP     Hibernation
0507.5.3      Identify the processes associated with fossil formation.
                                                                                                 Trace Fossils

0507.5.4      Use fossil evidence to describe an environment from the past.                     Unusual Suspects

                                                                                                 Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                       Variability in Measurement
0507.5.5      Use fossils to match a previously existing organism with one that exists today.
                                                                                                       Example 1: Human Variation in Measuring
                                                                                                       Why Did the Dinosaurs Become Extinct?
                                                                                                       Researching Dinosaurs
SPI 0507.5.2   Explain how fossils provide information about the past.                                 What Fossils Tell Us About Dinosaurs


                                                                                                     TEXTBOOK p. 128-132

                                                                                                     ACTIVITY p. 129 (Differentiated Instruction)

                                                                                                     ACTIVITY p. 132 (Homework Activity)

                                                                                                     ACTIVITY p. 127 (Quick Lab)
      Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
      Instructional Week ____9____
      Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators         Resources
  **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**




*REVIEW ACTIVITIES
*EXTENSION ACTIVITIES
          Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ____10____
          Academic Vocabulary: environmental, genetic information*, heredity traits*, inherited traits, traits*
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                      Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**

                                                                                                   Heredity PowerPoint
GLE 0507.4.1         Describe how genetic information is passed from parents to offspring during   Human Body Vocabulary PowerPoint
                      reproduction.

0507.4.1            Explain how genetic information is transmitted from parents to offspring.     Loose in the Lab Activity—Punnett Square Puzzles
                                                                                                   Loose in the Lab Activity—PTC Taste Tests
SPI 0507.4.1         Recognize that information is passed from parent to offspring during          Bunny Babies - Heredity experiment
                      reproduction.
                                                                                                   What Makes You You? What Makes Me Me?

----------------------------                                                                       BrainPOP        Asexual Reproduction
                                                                                                   BrainPOP        Heredity
GLE 0507.Inq.3 Organize data into appropriate tables, graphs, drawings, or diagrams.               BrainPOP        Pollination      TEXTBOOK p. 88-95
                                                                                                   BrainPOP        Protozoa
0507.Inq.3 Maintain a science notebook that includes observations, data,                          BrainPOP        Honeybees
               diagrams, and explanations.                                                         BrainPOP        Reproductive System
                                                                                                   BrainPOP        Babies

                                                                                                   Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                         Genes and DNA
                                                                                                         Offspring
                                                                                                         Genes, Genetics, and DNA: A Review
                                                                                                   --------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  TEXTBOOK p. 97 (Math in Science)
          Grade_____5____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ___11_____
          Academic Vocabulary: environmental, genetic information*, heredity traits*, inherited traits, traits*
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                            Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**             Loose in the Lab Activity—Nature vs. Nurture

                                                                                                    A Nature and Nurture Walk in Mendel Park

GLE 0507.4.2         Recognize that some characteristics are inherited while others result from     BrainPOP Behavior
                       interactions with the environment.                                           BrainPOP Faces
                                                                                                    BrainPOP Genetics
0507.4.2            Create a chart that compares hereditary and environmental traits.              BrainPOP DNA

                                                                                                    Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                          Other Types of Actions
0507.4.3            Distinguish between a scar and a birthmark in terms of their origins.                Conclusion
                                                                                                          What are Instincts?
                                                                                                          A Better Understanding
SPI 0507.4.2         Distinguish between inherited traits and those that can be attributed to the        
                        environment.                                                                  TEXTBOOK p. 98-105




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                                                                                                    ---------------------------------
GLE 0507.Inq.3 Organize data into appropriate tables, graphs, drawings, or diagrams.

0507.Inq.3 Maintain a science notebook that includes observations, data,
                diagrams, and explanations.                                                           ACTIVITY p. 99 (Explore)
          Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ____12____
          Academic Vocabulary: chemical properties, states of matter, dissipate
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                   Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**

                                                                                                Loose in the Lab Activity—EcoPeanut Puzzle

GLE 0507.9.1         Observe and measure the simple chemical properties of common substances.   Understanding Chemical and physical changes
                                                                                                Chemical and physical changes
                                                                                                Physical and Chemical Changes - PowerPoint
0507.9.1            Compare the simple chemical properties of common substances.               Property changes

                                                                                                BrainPOP Measuring Matter
SPI 0507.9.1         Distinguish between physical and chemical properties.                      Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                      Physical Changes
                                                                                                      Chemical Changes versus Physical Changes
----------------------------------                                                                    Phase Changes in Matter
                                                                                                      Physical Changes in Matter
Tools:
GLE 0507.Inq.2 Select and use appropriate tools and simple equipment to conduct an
                                                                                                  TEXTBOOK p. 258-275 (stop at “buoyancy”)
                 investigation.

0507.Inq.2         Identify tools needed to investigate specific questions.                    Model of an atom
                                                                                                ------------------------------------
----------------------------------                                                              xxxxx

GLE 0507.Inq.4 Identify and interpret simple patterns of evidence to communicate the            -----------------------------------
                 findings of multiple investigations.                                             ACTIVITY p. 271 (Explore) or variation of activity

0507.Inq.4         Analyze and communicate findings from multiple investigations of
                       similar phenomena to reach a conclusion.
       Grade_____5____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ___13_____
       Academic Vocabulary: chemical properties, states of matter
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                      Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**

                                                                                          Loose in the Lab Activity—EcoPeanut Puzzle
GLE 0507.9.1   Observe and measure the simple chemical properties of common substances.
                                                                                          Loose in the Lab ideas—
                                                                                          Conduction Wheel, Paper Clip Drip
0507.9.1      Compare the simple chemical properties of common substances.
                                                                                          Understanding Chemical and physical changes
                                                                                          Chemical and physical changes
SPI 0507.9.1   Distinguish between physical and chemical properties.                      Physical and Chemical Changes - PowerPoint
                                                                                          Property changes

                                                                                          BrainPOP Measuring Matter

                                                                                          Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                Physical Changes
                                                                                                Chemical Changes versus Physical Changes
                                                                                                Phase Changes in Matter
                                                                                                Physical Changes in Matter


                                                                                           TEXTBOOK p. 276-278
          Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ___14_____
          Academic Vocabulary: condensation*, dissipate, evaporate*, freeze*, melt*, states of matter
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                            Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**
                                                                                                         Loose in the Lab Activity—See Thru Fat
                                                                                                         Ice experiments
GLE 0507.9.2         Design and conduct an experiment to demonstrate how various types of matter         Changing States of Matter
                        freeze, melt, or evaporate.                                                      BrainPOP Matter Changing States
                                                                                                         Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                               Types of Matter
0507.9.2            Investigate how different types of materials freeze, melt, evaporate, or                  Liquid, Solid, and Gas
                         dissipate.                                                                            Classification of Matter
SPI 0507.9.2         Describe the differences among freezing, melting, and evaporation.                        A Closer Look at the States of Matter

-----------------------------------                                                                                                             TEXTBOOK p. 282-289
GLE 0507.9.3         Investigate factors that affect the rate at which various materials freeze, melt,   ------------------------------
                        or evaporate.                                                                                                           QUICK LAB p. 287

                                                                                                         Loose in the Lab Activity—Catching Ice Cubes
0507.9.3            Use data from a simple investigation to determine how temperature change
                                                                                                         BrainPOP Matter Changing States
                       affects the rate of evaporation and condensation.
                                                                                                         BrainPOP Property Changes
SPI 0507.9.3         Describe factors that influence the rate at which different types of material       Discovery Education Video Clips:
                       freeze, melt, or evaporate.                                                             Adding Energy: Boiling
                                                                                                               States of Matter
-----------------------------------                                                                            Temperature, Pressure, and Other Factors
GLE 0507.Inq.2 Select and use appropriate tools and simple equipment to conduct an                             Melting and Freezing
                                                                                                               Adding Energy: Melting
                         investigation.
                                                                                                         ------------------------------------
0507.Inq.2           Identify tools needed to investigate specific questions.
                                                                                                            ACTIVITY p. 283 (Explore)
          Grade_____5____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ___15 +_____
          Academic Vocabulary: chemical properties
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                        Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**         Loose in the Lab Activity—EcoPeanut Puzzle

                                                                                                Understanding Chemical and physical changes
GLE 0507.9.1         Observe and measure the simple chemical properties of common substances.   Chemical and physical changes
                                                                                                Physical and Chemical Changes - PowerPoint
                                                                                                Property changes
0507.9.1            Compare the simple chemical properties of common substances.
                                                                                                BrainPOP Measuring Matter
SPI 0507.9.1         Distinguish between physical and chemical properties.
                                                                                                Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                      Physical Changes
                                                                                                      Chemical Changes versus Physical Changes
                                                                                                      Phase Changes in Matter
-------------------------------------                                                                 Physical Changes in Matter


                                                                                                  TEXTBOOK p. 292-299
GLE 0507.Inq.1 Explore different scientific phenomena by asking questions, making
                   logical predictions, planning investigations, and recording data.
                                                                                                -----------------------------------
0507.Inq.1         Identify specific investigations that could be used to answer a
                         particular question and identify reasons for this choice.                ACTIVITY p. 293

SPI 0507.Inq.1 Select an investigation that could be used to answer a specific
                      question.




                                                              CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE
          Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ____16____
          Academic Vocabulary: chemical properties
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                   Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**

                                                                                                CONTINUED FROM WEEK 15
0507.9.1             Observe and measure the simple chemical properties of common substances.
                                                                                                Loose in the Lab Activity—EcoPeanut Puzzle
0507.9.1            Compare the simple chemical properties of common substances.
                                                                                                Understanding Chemical and physical changes
                                                                                                Chemical and physical changes
SPI 0507.9.1         Distinguish between physical and chemical properties.                      Physical and Chemical Changes - PowerPoint
                                                                                                Property changes

                                                                                                BrainPOP Measuring Matter

                                                                                                Discovery Education Video Clips:
--------------------------                                                                            Physical Changes
                                                                                                      Chemical Changes versus Physical Changes
                                                                                                      Phase Changes in Matter
                                                                                                      Physical Changes in Matter
GLE 0507.Inq.3 Organize data into appropriate tables, graphs, drawings, or diagrams.

0507.Inq.3 Maintain a science notebook that includes observations, data,                         TEXTBOOK p. 292-299
                diagrams, and explanations.
                                                                                                --------------------------------------------------

                                                                                                  ACTIVITY p. 300-301
          Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ____17____
          Academic Vocabulary: potential energy, kinetic energy
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                   Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**             Potential and Kinetic Energy: Spool Racer

                                                                                                    Potential energy
GLE 0507.10.1 Design an experiment to illustrate the difference between potential and kinetic
                                                                                                    Kinetic energy
                energy.
                                                                                                    BrainPOP Forms of Energy
0507.10.1           Design and conduct an investigation to demonstrate the difference between
                                                                                                    BrainPOP Kinetic Energy
                       potential and kinetic energy.                                                BrainPOP Potential Energy

0507.10.2           Create a graphic organizer that illustrates different types of potential and   Discovery Education Video Clips:
                        kinetic energy.                                                                   Potential and Kinetic Energy
                                                                                                          Kinetic Energy
SPI 0507.10.1        Differentiate between potential and kinetic energy.                                  Chemical Potential Energy
                                                                                                          How Much Energy Is Needed?
                                                                                                          Potential and Kinetic Energy
----------------------------------                                                                   TEXTBOOK p. 336-343


GLE 0507.Inq.2 Select and use appropriate tools and simple equipment to conduct an
                 investigation.
                                                                                                    -----------------------------------------
0507.Inq.2           Identify tools needed to investigate specific questions.                        ACTIVITY p. 337


GLE 0507.Inq.4 Identify and interpret simple patterns of evidence to communicate the
                 findings of multiple investigations.

0507.Inq.4         Analyze and communicate findings from multiple investigations of
                       similar phenomena to reach a conclusion.
      Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
      Instructional Week ___18_____
      Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators         Resources
  **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**




*REVIEW ACTIVITIES FOR WEEKS 1-17


*EXTENSION ACTIVITIES FOR WEEKS 1-17
        Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
        Instructional Week ____19____
        Academic Vocabulary: constellation, star pattern*, gravity
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                          Resources
    **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**            Loose in the Lab Activity—Atmospheric Opacity
                                                                                                  Loose in the Lab Activity—Olympus Mons(ter)

GLE 0507.6.1     Compare planets based on their known characteristics.                            Smithsonian - The Best of the Solar System The Solar System
                                                                                                  Stargazing
0507.6.1        Develop a chart that communicates the major characteristics of each planet.      Space Sense
                                                                                                  Planetary Profiles
SPI 0507.6.1     Distinguish among the planets according to their known characteristics such as
                   appearance, location, composition, and apparent motion.                        BrainPop Space Library                         TEXTBOOK p. 152-159

SPI 0507.6.2     Select information from a complex data representation to draw conclusions        Discovery Education Video Clips:
                  about the planets.                                                                    Planets
                                                                                                        The Objects that Orbit the Sun
                                                                                                        Our Solar System
                                                                                                        Our Solar System
---------------------------                                                                             Introduction
GLE 0507.Inq.1 Explore different scientific phenomena by asking questions, making                      
                          logical predictions, planning investigations, and recording data.       Discovery Education Lesson Plan:       PDF Microsoft Word

0507.Inq.1     Identify specific investigations that could be used to answer a                   Discovery Education Video Clips:
                   particular question and identify reasons for this choice.                            The Sun At Different Times of Day
                                                                                                        Learning How the Sun Sets
                                                                                                        The Sun and Earth
SPI 0507.Inq.1 Select an investigation that could be used to answer a specific                          The Movement of the Earth
                  question.
                                                                                                  --------------------------------------------
GLE 0507.Inq.2 Select and use appropriate tools and simple equipment to conduct an
                  investigation.
                                                                                                     ACTIVITY p. 153 (Explore)
0507.Inq.2      Identify tools needed to investigate specific questions.
       Grade_____5____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ___20_____
       Academic Vocabulary: constellation, star pattern*, gravity
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                        Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**           Loose in the Lab Activity—Atmospheric Opacity
                                                                                                Loose in the Lab Activity—Olympus Mons(ter)

GLE 0507.6.1   Compare planets based on their known characteristics.                            Smithsonian - The Best of the Solar System The Solar System
                                                                                                Stargazing
0507.6.1      Develop a chart that communicates the major characteristics of each planet.      Space Sense
                                                                                                Planetary Profiles
SPI 0507.6.1   Distinguish among the planets according to their known characteristics such as
                    appearance, location, composition, and apparent motion.                     BrainPop Space Library

SPI 0507.6.2   Select information from a complex data representation to draw conclusions        Discovery Education Video Clips:
                    about the planets.                                                                Planets
                                                                                                      The Objects that Orbit the Sun
                                                                                                      Our Solar System
                                                                                                      Our Solar System
                                                                                                      Introduction
                                                                                                    
                                                                                                Discovery Education Lesson Plan:   PDF Microsoft Word

                                                                                                Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                      The Sun At Different Times of Day
                                                                                                      Learning How the Sun Sets
                                                                                                      The Sun and Earth
                                                                                                      The Movement of the Earth


                                                                                                           TEXTBOOK p. 162-169

                                                                                                           ACTIVITY p. 163 (Explore)
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ____21____
       Academic Vocabulary: constellation, star pattern*
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                        Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**      Stars

                                                                                           The Color of a Star Song

                                                                                           Cosmos4kids: Stars

GLE 0507.6.2   Recognize that charts can be used to locate and identify star patterns.     Space tools

                                                                                           Inventions from Space - Spinoffs Memory Game
0507.6.2      Use images of the night sky to identify different seasonal star patterns.
                                                                                           BrainPOP Solstice and Equinox


0507.6.3      Research a star pattern using a chart.                                      Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                 Lowell's Observatory
                                                                                                 Studying the Stars
SPI 0507.6.3   Identify methods and tools for identifying star patterns.                         Introduction to the Night Sky
                                                                                                 Cassiopeia, Capella, and Auriga
                                                                                                 Heavenly Ceiling



                                                                                             TEXTBOOK p. 172-183

                                                                                             ACTIVITY p. 179 (Differentiated Instruction)
        Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
        Instructional Week ____22____
        Academic Vocabulary: core, crust, earthquake, faulting, plane, plate movement, tsunami
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                   Resources
    **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**                   BrainPOP    Plate Tectonics
                                                                                                         BrainPOP    Volcanoes
                                                                                                         BrainPOP    Earthquakes
                                                                                                         BrainPOP    Mountains
GLE 0507.7.1     Compare geologic events responsible for the earth’s major geological features.          Loose in the Lab Activity—Pacific Plate and Ring of Fire
                                                                                                         Loose in the Lab Activity—Dome Explosions
0507.7.1        Create a model to illustrate geologic events responsible for changes in the             Loose in the Lab Activity—Graham Cracker Tectonics
                    earth’s crust.                                                                       Interactive Dynamic Earth
                                                                                                         Interactive Volcanoes                TEXTBOOK p. 194-205

0507.7.2        Prepare a chart to compare how volcanoes, earthquakes, faulting, and plate
                                                                                                         Animations for Earthquake Terms and Concepts
                    movements affect the earth’s surface features.                                       Amplification           Normal Fault
                                                                                                         Blind Thrust Fault       1906 San Andreas Fault
SPI 0507.7.1     Describe internal forces such as volcanoes, earthquakes, faulting, and plate            Foreshocks/Aftershocks   Attenuation
                  movements that are responsible for the earth’s major geological features such          Thrust Fault (video)     Elastic Rebound
                  as mountains, valleys, etc.                                                            Asperity                 Strike-Slip Fault
                                                                                                         Divergent Boundary       Earthquakes For Kids
                                                                                                         When the Bay Area Quakes (video)

                                                                                                         Animations for Plate Movements, Plate Techtonics
                                                                                                         Plate Tectonics      World Plate Boundaries
------------------------------                                                                           Plate Movements/Plate Techtonics    Ring of Fire
GLE 0507.Inq.1 Explore different scientific phenomena by asking questions, making
                          logical predictions, planning investigations, and recording data.              Volcanoes – How They Affect Geological Features
                                                                                                         Volcano Facts        Volcano Videos
                                                                                                         Volcano Eruptions      Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
0507.Inq.1     Identify specific investigations that could be used to answer a
                                                                                                         Volcano Lesson Plan & Test
                   particular question and identify reasons for this choice.
                                                                                                         Discovery Education Video Clips:
SPI 0507.Inq.1 Select an investigation that could be used to answer a specific                                Folding
                  question.                                                            ACTIVITY p. 195        Video Quiz: Why Land Goes Up and Down
          Grade____5____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ____23____
          Academic Vocabulary: core, crust, earthquake, faulting, plane, plate movement, tsunami, volcano
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**               BrainPOP    Plate Tectonics
                                                                                                      BrainPOP    Volcanoes
                                                                                                      BrainPOP    Earthquakes
                                                                                                      BrainPOP    Mountains
GLE 0507.7.1         Compare geologic events responsible for the earth’s major geological features.   Loose in the Lab Activity—Pacific Plate and Ring of Fire
                                                                                                      Loose in the Lab Activity—Dome Explosions
0507.7.1            Create a model to illustrate geologic events responsible for changes in the      Loose in the Lab Activity—Graham Cracker Tectonics
                        earth’s crust.                                                                Interactive Dynamic Earth
                                                                                                      Interactive Volcanoes                TEXTBOOK p. 208-215

0507.7.2            Prepare a chart to compare how volcanoes, earthquakes, faulting, and plate
                                                                                                      Animations for Earthquake Terms and Concepts
                        movements affect the earth’s surface features.                                Amplification           Normal Fault
                                                                                                      Blind Thrust Fault       1906 San Andreas Fault
SPI 0507.7.1         Describe internal forces such as volcanoes, earthquakes, faulting, and plate     Foreshocks/Aftershocks   Attenuation
                      movements that are responsible for the earth’s major geological features such   Thrust Fault (video)     Elastic Rebound
                      as mountains, valleys, etc.                                                     Asperity                 Strike-Slip Fault
                                                                                                      Divergent Boundary       Earthquakes For Kids
                                                                                                      When the Bay Area Quakes (video)
-------------------------------
                                                                                                      Animations for Plate Movements, Plate Techtonics
                                                                                                      Plate Tectonics      World Plate Boundaries
                                                                                                      Plate Movements/Plate Techtonics    Ring of Fire
GLE 0507.Inq.2 Select and use appropriate tools and simple equipment to conduct an
                  investigation.                                                                      Volcanoes – How They Affect Geological Features
                                                                                                      Volcano Facts        Volcano Videos
                                                                                                      Volcano Eruptions      Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
0507.Inq.2          Identify tools needed to investigate specific questions.
                                                                                                      Volcano Lesson Plan & Test

                                                                                                      Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                VOLCANO MODEL              Folding
                                                                                                           Video Quiz: Why Land Goes Up and Down
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ____24____
       Academic Vocabulary: core, crust, earthquake, faulting, plane, plate movement, tsunami
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                           Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**            BrainPOP    Plate Tectonics
                                                                                                 BrainPOP    Volcanoes
GLE 0507.7.1   Compare geologic events responsible for the earth’s major geological features.    BrainPOP    Earthquakes
                                                                                                 BrainPOP    Mountains
0507.7.1      Create a model to illustrate geologic events responsible for changes in the       Loose in the Lab Activity—Pacific Plate and Ring of Fire
                  earth’s crust.                                                                 Loose in the Lab Activity—Dome Explosions
                                                                                                 Loose in the Lab Activity—Graham Cracker Tectonics
0507.7.2      Prepare a chart to compare how volcanoes, earthquakes, faulting, and plate        Interactive Dynamic Earth
                                                                                                 Interactive Volcanoes                TEXTBOOK p. 218-227
                  movements affect the earth’s surface features.
                                                                                                 Animations for Earthquake Terms and Concepts
SPI 0507.7.1   Describe internal forces such as volcanoes, earthquakes, faulting, and plate      Amplification           Normal Fault
                movements that are responsible for the earth’s major geological features such    Blind Thrust Fault       1906 San Andreas Fault
                as mountains, valleys, etc.                                                      Foreshocks/Aftershocks   Attenuation
                                                                                                 Thrust Fault (video)     Elastic Rebound
----------------------------------------   IMPACT OF EARTHQUAKE ON BUILDINGS; p. 226             Asperity                 Strike-Slip Fault
GLE 0507.T/E.5 Apply a creative design strategy to solve a particular problem generated by       Divergent Boundary       Earthquakes For Kids
                                                                                                 When the Bay Area Quakes (video)
                            societal needs and wants.
0507.T/E.3 Determine criteria to evaluate the effectiveness of a solution to a specified        Animations for Plate Movements, Plate Techtonics
                     problem.                                                                    Plate Tectonics      World Plate Boundaries
0507.T/E.4 Evaluate an invention that solves a problem and determine ways to improve the        Plate Movements/Plate Techtonics    Ring of Fire
                        design.
----------------------------------------        ACTIVITY p. 246-247                              Volcanoes – How They Affect Geological Features
GLE 0507.T/E.1 Describe how tools, technology, and inventions help to answer questions and       Volcano Facts        Volcano Videos
                                                                                                 Volcano Eruptions      Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
                       solve problems.
                                                                                                 Volcano Lesson Plan & Test
0507.T/E.1 Explain how different inventions and technologies impact people and other living
                       organisms.                                                                Discovery Education Video Clips:
SPI 0507.T/E.1 Select a tool, technology, or invention that was used to solve a human problem.        Folding
GLE 0507.T/E.2 Recognize that new tools, technology, and inventions are always being                  Video Quiz: Why Land Goes Up and Down
                        developed.
          Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ____25____
          Academic Vocabulary: atmospheric conditions*, hurricane, tornado
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                           Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**            Latitude and Longitude chart and worksheet


GLE 0507.8.1 Analyze and predict how major landforms and bodies of water affect                    Atmosphere
                  atmospheric conditions.

0507.8.1          Compare the climates of coastal and inland areas at similar latitudes to              plus climograph 1data & worksheet,
                        demonstrate the ocean’s impact on weather and climate.                     climograph 2 data & worksheet,
                                                                                                   climograph 3 data & worksheet
0507.8.3          Use weather maps of the United States to graph temperature and precipitation
                        for inland and coastal regions.                                            BrainPOP        Climate Types
                                                                                                   BrainPOP        Oceans
SPI 0507.8.1        Describe the effects of the oceans on weather and climate.                     BrainPOP        Ocean Currents
                                                                                                   BrainPOP        Tides
---------------------------
                                                                                                   Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                         Introduction
GLE 0507.Inq.1 Explore different scientific phenomena by asking questions, making                        Oceans: The Largest Ecosystem on Earth
                  logical predictions, planning investigations, and recording data.                      Physical features
                                                                                                         The Earth's Five Oceans
0507.Inq.1 Identify specific investigations that could be used to answer a particular question     TEXTBOOK p. 230-235
                  and identify reasons for this choice.

SPI 0507.Inq.1 Select an investigation that could be used to answer a specific                     -------------------------------------
                   question.                                                                          ACTIVITY p. 231

GLE 0507.Inq.3 Organize data into appropriate tables, graphs, drawings, or diagrams.
                                                                                                   --------------------------------------
0507.Inq.3          Maintain a science notebook that includes observations, data, diagrams, and    ACTIVITY p. 240-241
                        explanations.
          Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ____26____
          Academic Vocabulary: atmospheric conditions*, hurricane, tornado
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                     Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**
                                                                                                  Land Map worksheet

GLE 0507.8.1         Analyze and predict how major landforms and bodies of water affect           Laboratory activity
                        atmospheric conditions.
                                                                                                  Weather Station Class Project including rubric
0507.8.2            Use land maps to demonstrate how mountain ranges affect weather and
                        climate.                                                                  Latitude and Longitude chart and worksheet

0507.8.4            Use local environmental information to analyze how weather and climate are   Mountain weather
                        affected by landforms and bodies of water.
                                                                                                  The Mountain Climate
SPI 0507.8.2         Explain how mountains affect weather and climate.
                                                                                                  BrainPOP Mountains
                                                                                                  BrainPOP Climate Types
-----------------------------------

                                                                                                  Discovery Education Video Clips:
GLE 0507.8.1 Analyze and predict how major landforms and bodies of water affect                         Mountain Valleys
                  atmospheric conditions.                                                               Snow and Frost: Cold Air and Moisture


0507.8.1          Compare the climates of coastal and inland areas at similar latitudes to        TEXTBOOK p. 236-238
                        demonstrate the ocean’s impact on weather and climate.
                                                                                                  -----------------------------------------
0507.8.4            Use local environmental information to analyze how weather and climate are
                        affected by landforms and bodies of water.
                                                                                                   ACTIVITY p. 146-147
      Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
      Instructional Week ____27____
      Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators         Resources
  **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**




*Review Activities for Weeks 1-26.

*Extension Activities for Weeks 1-26.
       Grade_____5____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ___28__(3 PAGES)___
       Academic Vocabulary: applied force*, gravity, plane
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                            Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**           Unit plan on Motion
                                                                                                Motion vocabulary
GLE 0507.11.1 Design an investigation, collect data and draw conclusions about the              Mass, Force, and Distance Partner Activity
                  relationship among mass, force, and distance traveled.                        Cotton Ball Catapult
                                                                                                Force and Motion Races Activity
0507.11.1      Predict how the amount of mass affects the distance traveled given the same     Motion worksheet
                   amount of applied force.                                                     Force and Motion lab
                                                                                                Mass, Force, and Distance Partner Activity
0507.11.2      Prepare statements about the relationship among mass, applied force, and        Cotton Ball Catapult
                   distance traveled.                                                           Force and Motion Races Activity
                                                                                                Force Fun Partner Activity
0507.11.3      Design and conduct experiments using a simple experimental design to            Motion worksheet
                   demonstrate the relationship among mass, force, and distance traveled.       BrainPOP     Newton's Laws of Motion
                                                                                                BrainPOP     Gravity
SPI 0507.11.1   Explain the relationship that exist among mass, force, and distance traveled.   BrainPOP     Wheel and Axle
                                                                                                BrainPOP     Levers
                                                                                                BrainPOP     Work
                                                                                                BrainPOP     Bridges
                                                                                                BrainPOP     Pulley
                                                                                                Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                      Laws of Motion
                                                                                                      Isaac Newton's Three Laws of Motion
                                                                                                      Review
                                                                                                      Second Law of Motion



                                                                                                  TEXTBOOK p. 310-327 ALL WEEK
          Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ___28 CONTINUED_____
          Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                        Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**        Forces in Nature Unit plan

                                                                                               Loose in the Lab Activity—Maple Seed Flyer
GLE 0507.12.1 Recognize that the earth attracts objects without directly touching them.        Loose in the Lab Activity—Helicopter Drop
0507.12.1    Explain and give examples of how forces act at a distance.                       Gravity and Magnetism worksheet
SPI 0507.12.1 Recognize that the earth attracts objects without touching them.                 Earth's Gravity
                                                                                               What's Your Shape lab
                                                                                               Create a Compass
-------------------------------------                                                          The Untouchables

                                                                                               BrainPOP Gravity
GLE 0507.12.2 Investigate how the shape of an object influences the way that it falls toward   BrainPOP Force
                    the earth.                                                                 BrainPOP Earth
0507.12.2    Demonstrate how the shape of an object affects how it falls toward the earth.
SPI 0507.12.2 Identify the force that causes objects to fall to the earth.                     Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                     Learning the Benefits of Gravity
                                                                                                     Gravity
                                                                                                     Force of Gravity
                                                                                               --------------------------------------
                                                                                               Loose in the Lab Activity—Maple Seed Flyer
                                                                                               Loose in the Lab Activity—Helicopter Drop
                                                                                               What's Your Shape lab
                                                                                               BrainPOP        Gravity
                                                                                               BrainPOP        Force
                                                                                               BrainPOP        International Space Station
                                                                                               BrainPOP        Newton's Laws of Motion
                                                                                               BrainPOP        Bridges
                                                                                               BrainPOP        Earth
          Grade_____5____ Science Pacing Guide
          Instructional Week ___28_CONTINUED____
          Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                 Resources
     **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**

                                                                                              BrainPOP Electromagnets
GLE 0507.12.3 Provide examples of how forces can act at a distance.                           BrainPOP Magnetism
0507.12.3    Design and explain an investigation exploring the earth’s pull on objects.
SPI 0507.12.3 Use data to determine how shape affects the rate at which a material falls to   Loose in the Lab Activity—Levitating Magnets
                 earth.                                                                       Loose in the Lab Activity—Magnet Strength

                                                                                              Magnet Movers Lab
---------------------------                                                                   Magnetic Poles lab

                                                                                              ----------------------------------
GLE 0507.Inq.6 Compare the results of an investigation with what scientists already
accept about this question.                                                                    ACTIVITY p. 323
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ____29____
       Academic Vocabulary: applied force*, kinetic energy, potential energy
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                   Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**           Unit plan on Motion
                                                                                                Motion vocabulary
                                                                                                Mass, Force, and Distance Partner Activity
GLE 0507.11.1 Design an investigation, collect data and draw conclusions about the              Cotton Ball Catapult
                  relationship among mass, force, and distance traveled.                        Force and Motion Races Activity
                                                                                                Motion worksheet
0507.11.1      Predict how the amount of mass affects the distance traveled given the same     Force and Motion lab
                   amount of applied force.                                                     Mass, Force, and Distance Partner Activity
                                                                                                Cotton Ball Catapult
0507.11.2      Prepare statements about the relationship among mass, applied force, and        Force and Motion Races Activity
                   distance traveled.                                                           Force Fun Partner Activity
                                                                                                Motion worksheet
0507.11.3      Design and conduct experiments using a simple experimental design to            BrainPOP        Newton's Laws of Motion
                   demonstrate the relationship among mass, force, and distance traveled.       BrainPOP        Gravity
                                                                                                BrainPOP        Wheel and Axle
SPI 0507.11.1   Explain the relationship that exist among mass, force, and distance traveled.   BrainPOP        Levers
                                                                                                                                TEXTBOOK p. 328-333
                                                                                                BrainPOP        Work
                                                                                                BrainPOP        Bridges
                                                                                                BrainPOP        Pulley          QUICK LAB p. 329
                                                                                                Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                      Laws of Motion
                                                                                                      Isaac Newton's Three Laws of Motion
                                                                                                      Review
--------------------------------------------                                                          Second Law of Motion
GLE 0507.Inq.4 Identify and interpret simple patterns of evidence to communicate the
                            findings of multiple investigations.                                -----------------------------------

0507.Inq.4     Analyze and communicate findings from multiple investigations of                 ACTIVITY p. 334-335
                     similar phenomena to reach a conclusion.
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ____30____
       Academic Vocabulary: conduction, convection, kinetic energy, potential energy, radiation
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                       Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**          Loose in the Lab Activity—Radiometer Studies
                                                                                               Loose in the Lab Activity—Convection Tube
                                                                                               Loose in the Lab Activity—Conduction Wheel
GLE 0507.10.2 Conduct experiments on the transfer of heat energy through conduction,           Loose in the Lab Activity—Paper Clip Drip
                  convection, and radiation.
                                                                                               Transfer of Thermal Energy
0507.10.3      Describe the differences among conduction, convection, and radiation.
                                                                                               Heat transfer
0507.10.4      Create a poster to illustrate the major forms of energy.
                                                                                               BrainPOP Heat
0507.10.5      Demonstrate different ways that energy can be transferred from one object to   BrainPOP Fire
                   another.                                                                    Discovery Education Video Clips:
                                                                                                     Alternatives to Fossil Fuels
SPI 0507.10.2   Use data from an investigation to determine the method by which heat energy          Losing Heat Fast
                    is transferred from one object or material to another.                           Where Does the Heat Go?
                                                                                                     Energy from the Sun
                                                                                                     Forms of Energy



                                                                                                TEXTBOOK p. 346-355

                                                                                                QUICK LAB p. 353
       Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
       Instructional Week ____31____
       Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators                                                Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**        Inventions from Space - Spinoffs Memory Game

                                                                                             The Science Toy Maker Home Page
GLE 0507.T/E.4 Recognize the connection between scientific advances, new knowledge,
                                                                                             Discovery Education Video Clips:
                and the availability of new tools and technologies.
                                                                                                   Many Uses of Satellites
                                                                                                   Dinosaurs and Fossils
SPI 0507.T/E.2 Recognize the connection between a scientific advance and the development           The Wright Brothers
                         of a new tool or technology.                                              Molds
---------------------------------------                                                         
                                                                                             BrainPOP        CD
GLE 0507.T/E.5 Apply a creative design strategy to solve a particular problem generated by   BrainPOP        Refrigerator
                 societal needs and wants.                                                   BrainPOP        Robots
                                                                                             BrainPOP        Fax Machine
0507.T/E.4 Evaluate an invention that solves a problem and determine ways to improve the    BrainPOP        International Space Station
                                                                                             BrainPOP        Apollo Project
                design.
                                                                                             BrainPOP        Cell Phone
0507.T/E.3 Determine criteria to evaluate the effectiveness of a solution to a specified    BrainPOP        Digital Animation
                problem.                                                                     BrainPOP        Nanotechnology
                                                                                             BrainPOP        Outer Solar System
                                                                                             BrainPOP        Microscopes

                                                                                               TEXTBOOK p. 372-377

                                                                                             -------------------------------------------
                                                                                             Create a Compass
                                                                                             Break It Down Interactive
                                                                                             BrainPOP Jane Goodall                         TEXTBOOK p. 388-391
                                                                                             Systems, Up, Up and Away!
                                                                                             Images of Science.
                                                                                             Invention Playhouse
      Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
      Instructional Week __32-33______
      Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators         Resources
  **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**




*Review for TCAP
      Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
      Instructional Week ___34_____
      Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators         Resources
  **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**




*TCAP WEEK
         Grade____5_____ Science Pacing Guide
         Instructional Week ___35-37_____
         Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators          Resources
   **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**


Ideas:

*Reteach areas of weakness to prevent gaps

*Science Fair

*Work with 6th grade science teacher to get ideas for things you can work
on to prepare students for next grade level

*Additional labs and hands-on activities

*Science Enrichment

*Reinforce Inquiry and Technology and Engineering Standards
      Grade_________ Science Pacing Guide
      Instructional Week ________
      Academic Vocabulary:
Grade Level Expectations/Checks For Understanding/State Performance Indicators         Resources
  **Include Embedded Inquiry and Technology & Engineering Standards as applicable.**

								
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