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Resources
Program of Studies                                                                     Guiding
Content                                                                 Activities                    Assessment                   Vocabulary
Core Content 4.0                                                                      Questions
Timeline                                                                                                                                   Manipulative

Structure and transformation of matter.    A student will be able to look at         What are boiling, freezing, and   Unit E                          Multiple Choice                 Element, compound,
(Physical Science)                         certain substance and tell                melting points?                   Chapter 10                      Fill in the blank               atom, proton, neutron,
characteristics of it such as when it                                       Pgs. E3-E43                     (OR) on drawing and labeling    electron, nucleus,
SC-05-1.1.1                                will reach its boiling point and be       How are molecules reacting in                                     a carbon atom                   molecule, state of matter,
able to figure out what its density is    a solid, liquid, or gas?          Boat Making (Testing Density)                                   melting point, boiling
Students will use special measuring        and if it is a solid, liquid, or a gas.                                                                                                     point, freezing point,
tools to describe and classify materials                                             What are some examples of                                                                         matter, mass, volume,
in groups and individually. They will                                                solids, liquids, and gases?                                                                       weight, density
conduct tests to investigate and inquire
about certain states of matter such as
boiling point, solubility, and density.
Recording these solutions will help to
support conclusions.

Motion and Forces (Physical Science)       A student will be able to figure out      What is a force?                  Unit F                          Fill in The Blank                Force, inertia, friction,
that the more force you apply to                                            Chapter 12                      Experiments                         speed, velocity,
SC-05-1.2.1                                objects will affect their distance        How does force affect an          Pgs. F3-F41                     Vocab Tests                       acceleration, action,
SC-05-1.2.2                                depending on its mass. They will          objects motion?                                                                                   reaction, gravity weight
understand motion is represented by                                         Rubber band Cars Activity
Students will use tools to show            position and this can be seen on                                            Inclines Planes Activity
relationships between mass and force.      graphs. They will tell that a force is
They will create graphs predict and        usually either a push or pull but can
design experiments to make inferences      be invisible e.g. friction and
and draw conclusions of how and            magnetism.
objections motion deals with force and
mass.

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Resources
Program of Studies                                                                   Guiding
Content                                                                 Activities              Assessment                         Vocabulary
Core Content 4.0                                                                    Questions
Timeline                                                                                                                                   Manipulative

What is the water cycle and      Unit C                    Fill in The Blank                         Air mass, front, cold front,
The Earth and The Universe (Earth and      Students will know that the earth’s                                      Chapter 6                 Experiments                               warm front, occluded front,
why is it important?
Space Science)                             surface is mainly water but they will                                    Lessons 1 & 2             Activities                              stationary front, thunderstorm
tell also what makes up the earths                                       Pgs. C3- C27              Multiple Choice                        tornado, hurricane, storm surge,
What are the layers of the                                 Quick Writes                              climate, greenhouse effect,
SC-05-2.3.1                                crust and layers. They will                                              Lesson 4                                                               insulation, atmosphere
earth and the atmosphere?                                  (OR) What’s the water cycle and
SC-05-2.3.2                                understand what the atmosphere is                                        Pgs. C40- C53             explain the process?                   troposphere, air pressure, water
SC-05-2.3.3                                what makes it up how it affects our                                                                Explain how sun affects air pressure       vapor, barometer weather,
What is the difference between   Chapter 7                                                              humidity, evaporation,
SC-05-2.3.4                                weather and climate and the                                                                        and the molecules in the air.
weathering and erosion?          Lesson 5 C61- C67         What is weathering and explain the            condensation, relative
SC-05-2.3.5                                importance of it. Students will                                                                                                                 humidity, stratus cloud,
difference between chemical and
know and explain the water cycle                                         Unit D                    physical.                                cumulus cloud, cirrus cloud,
Students will know the water cycle and     and how water affects the earth e.g.                                     Chapter 8                                                         fog precipitation, water cycle,
how it changes forms. They will            weather and erosion.                                                     Pgs. D4- D45                                                      wind, convection cell, sea and
land breeze, weather vane,
compare weather and climate and                                                                                     Chapter 9                                                          layer, fossil fuel, smog, acid
describe what influences it. Students                                                                               Pgs. D52- D91                                                            rain, condensation,
will explain what water does to the                                                                                                                                                     precipitation, carbon cycle,
earth tell what makes up and affects our                                                                                                                                               nitrogen cycle, solar system,
planet, gravity, inertia,
atmosphere and use models tools and                                                                                                                                                  lithosphere, crust, hydrosphere,
technology to tell about our solar                                                                                                                                                   atmosphere, constellation, fault,
system and other aspects of earths                                                                                                                                                         geologist magma, lava,
surface.                                                                                                                                                                             weathering, erosion, deposition,
mineral, hardness, gem, rock,
igneous rock, metamorphic
rock, sedimentary rock, fossil,
humus, pollution, rock cycle
anemometer, renewable and
nonrenewable resource, ozone

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Resources
Program of Studies                                                                   Guiding
Content                                                               Activities                 Assessment                Vocabulary
Core Content 4.0                                                                    Questions
Timeline                                                                                                                                 Manipulative

Unity and Diversity                        Students will know that all living      What is a cell and why are       Unit A                       Vocab                        Chlorophyll, vascular,
(Biological Science)                       things are made up of complex           they important?                  Chapter 1                    Label and Matching           nonvascular, fungus,
systems e.g. (cells, tissues, organs,                                    Lesson 1                                                  chloroplast, transpiration,
SC-05-3.4.1                                organ system) that provide a            What is the difference between   Pgs. A4- A17                                                   Photosynthesis,
SC-05-3.4.2                                certain function to keep them alive.    animal and plant cells?          Pgs. A24 & 25                                                    respiration
They will be able to tell that the                                       Pgs. A32 & 33
Students will use observations and         many things that make up an
models to describe and compare plants,     ecosystem e.g. bacteria, protists,                                       Made Cell Models
animals, and cells internal and external   fungi, plants, and animals.                                              Cell City Activity
parts and their functions. They can        Students will know what a cell is its
identify and describe systems and          function and how it grows and
subsystems essential to an organism’s      survives.
survival. Students can use microscopes
to make comparisons of one and multi-
cellular organisms

Biological Change                          Students understand that for an         What is an adaptation?           Unit A                       Multiple Choice              Limiting factor,
(Biological Science)                       organism to survive it must adapt                                        Chapter 3                    Fill in the Blank            adaptation, vertebrate,
too many different things. These        What are some adaptations an     Pgs. A92-A115                (OR) Name characteristics    invertebrate, mimicry,
SC-05-3.5.1                                adaptations may have to change          organism can make to survive                                  scientists use to classify   camouflage, protective
SC-05-3.5.2                                over many generations causing           and why are they important?      Endangered Species Reports   animals and explain them.    coloration, heredity,
some populations or species to                                           Made Habitat Boxes                                        hybrid, crossbreeding,
Students will investigate and describe     become diverse.                                                                                                                    diversity
environments and describe how they
fluctuate due to temperature and food
sources. They will have explanations
environments and use data to support
organisms on earth.

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Resources
Program of Studies                                                                  Guiding
Content                                                               Activities                     Assessment                   Vocabulary
Core Content 4.0                                                                   Questions
Timeline                                                                                                                                 Manipulative

Energy Transformations                     Our students will know what             What is the difference between   Unit F
Just Started Before School   Kinetic energy, potential
(Unifying Concepts)                        kinetic and potential energy is and     potential and kinetic energy?    Chapter 13
Was Out no Assessment       energy, conduction,
that it takes place in many different                                    Lesson 4 & 5
Vibration matter, sound
SC-05-4.6.1                                forms of energy transfer. The           What are the main types of       Pgs. F48-F60
wave, compression,
SC-05-4.6.2                                students will see how light and         energy and how does energy
rarefaction, pitch,
SC-05-4.6.3                                matter interacts by looking at          transfer take place?             Heat It Up Activity (shows
frequency, hertz, volume,
SC-05-4.6.4                                refractions and reflections.                                             conduction and insulation)
conduct, insulate
SC-05-4.6.5                                Students will be able to build
circuits to explain how energy                                           Cars And Ramp (shows potential
Students will classify energy as kinetic   transfers through them producing                                         and kinetic energy)
or potential and use observations to       light. They will also be able to
describe the transfer of energy. They      explain how heart energy travels by
will describe how solar energy affects     conduction and insulation and what
are biological system. Students will       objects conduct and insulate
conduct experiments to determine and       energy. Also they can explain how
predict what occurs within electrical      the sun produces energy for the
circuits during energy transfer They       earth.
will also conduct investigations to
predict patterns between light and
matter.

Interdependence                                                                                                     Unit B
(Unifying Concepts)                                                                                                 Chapter 4
Pgs. B4- B41
A student will be able to tell that a   What is an ecosystem and                                           Multiple Choice
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population is all the same animals      what makes it up?                                                  True False
SC-05-4.7.2                                                                                                         Chapter 5
interacting within an ecosystem.                                                                           Fill in the Blank
Pgs. B48- B91                                                    Symbiosis, mutualism,
Students will know all the different                                                                       Large Project (Report and
Students will identify what a                                                                                                                                                        parasitism,
factors that make up an ecosystem.                                                                         building a habitat)
community and population is and what                                                                                Built ecosystems and habitats                                    commensalisms, tundra,
They will know that this interaction                                                                        (0R)What happens to animals
organisms roles our in each one of                                                                                  Recorded what happened in water                                  desert, deciduous forest,
of populations is what keeps an                                                                            when habitats change what do
these. They will understand the cause                                                                               ecosystems                                                       tropical rain forest,
ecosystem flourishing or dying.                                                                                   they do to survive?
and affect relationship with an                                                                                     Made food chains and webs                                        ecological succession,
Students can draw or describe an
ecosystem. Students will know                                                                                       Presented posters on different                                   biome, grassland, taiga,
accurate food chain or food web
examples of populations and                                                                                         biomes                                                           pioneer species, pioneer
and tell who the producer’s,
communities in an ecosystem. They                                                                                                                                                    community, climax
consumers, and decomposers are.
will be able to analyze describe and                                                                                                                                                 community, ecosystem,
create representations of ecosystems                                                                                                                                                 ecology, biotic and
and what occurs within them.                                                                                                                                                         abiotic factors,
population, carnivore
predator, prey,
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scavenger, omnivore,
community, habitat,
niche, food chain, food
web, herbivore
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