# Pacing Guide 8th Science2009 2010 by aZQK8Zp

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Standards                        Prerequisites     Correlations        Vocabulary                Assessment              Resources
ARMT AHSGE SAT10

science, physical
science, scientific
methods, observation,
hypothesis, data,                                  AMSTI Prperties of
independent variable,                              Matter kit, and
dependent variable,                                Energy Machines
madel, theory, law,    This objective is covered   and Motion kit.
1.)Identify steps within the scientific                                             mass, volume, density, and assessed throughout     Holt Physical
process.                                                                            temperature            the year.                   Science Chapter 1
SciLink Codes:
HSM1327;
HSM0225;
HSM1390;
HSM1662;
HSM0391;
HSM1142;
Applying process skills to interpret data from                                                                                         HSM0266;
graphs, tables, and charts.                                                                                                            HSM0196
Computer CD:
Eyewitness
Identifying controls and variables in a                                                                                                Encyclopedia of
scientific investigation.                                                                                                              Science
Videos and DVD:
Measuring dimension, volume and mass using                                                                                             Bill Nye- The Moon
Systeme International d'Unites (SI Units)                                                                                              and Gravity

Identify appropriate glassware, balance, time
measuring equipment, and optical instruments
used to conduct an investigation.

energy, kinetic energy,
potential energy,
mechanical energy,                                 AMSTI Energy
energy conservation,                               Machines and
law of conservation of                             Motion Kit: Lessons
energy, electrolyte,                               2, 3, 5-9, 11-15, 17-
battery, electrodes,                               20       Holt
electrons,wet-cell                                 Physical Science:
battery, dry-cell battery,                         Chapter 9 Energy
10.)Differentiate between potential and                                             electric potential, volts,                         and Energy
kinetic energy.                                                                     Alessandro volta                                   Resources
energy, kinetic energy,
potential energy,
mechanical energy,
energy conservation,
law of conservation of       AMSTI Energy
energy, electrolyte,         Machines and
battery, electrodes,         Motion Kit: Lessons
electrons,wet-cell           2-4, 7-9, 17-21
battery, dry-cell battery,   Internet: SciLinks
11.) Explain the Law of Conservation of
electric potential, volts,   Codes: HSM1660;
energy and its relationship to energy              chemical energy,             HSM0612;
transformation, including chemical to              alternator, terminals,       HSM0511;
electrical, chemical to heat, electrical to        capacity of the battery,     HSM0856;
light, and electrical to sound.                    generator                    HSM0515

Force, spring scale,
calibrated, gravitational
1st 9 Weeks

force, Newton (N),           AMSTI Energy
elastic force, Isaac         Machines and
Newton, Law of               Motion Kit: Lessons
Universal Gravitation,       5-15, 17-19, 21
Robert Hooke, Hooke's        Holt Physical
Law, net force, terminal     Science: Chapter 5
velocity, free fall,         Matter in Motion;
projectile motion,           Chapter 6 Forces
8.)Identify Newton's 3 laws of motion.             inertia, momentum            and Motion
Internet: SciLinks
Codes: HSM0927;
HSM0604;
HSM0601;
HSM0922;
HSM0602;
HSM0692;
Defining terminology such as action and                                         HSM1223;
reaction forces, inertia, acceleration,                                         HSM1028;
momentum, and friction                                                          HSM0988
origin, best fit line, x-
axis, y axis,
proportional, inversely
Interpreting distance-time graphs                  proportional,

Reading Standard 1
Apply strategies, including making inferences
to determine theme, confirming or refuting
predictions, and using specific context clues to                                Narrative/Descriptive
comprehend eighth-grade literary/recreational                                   writing: A world
materials.                                                                      without friction.
Additional Content to be Taught
Apply self-monitoring strategies
Distinguishing fact from fiction
Determining sequence

Reading Standard 4

Apply strategies appropriate to the type of
material, including making inferences to
determine bias or theme and using specific
context clues, to comprehend eighth-grade         Expositiry Writing:
textual/informational and functional materials.   Lab reports
Additional Content to be Taught
Apply self-monitoring strategies
Comparing predicted with actual content
Distinguishing fact from opinion
Determining sequence
Assess.
Standards                        Prerequisites     Correlations        Vocabulary                Assessment              Resources
ARMT AHSGE SAT10

science, physical
science, scientific
methods, observation,
hypothesis, data,                                  AMSTI Prperties of
independent variable,                              Matter kit, and
dependent variable,                                Energy Machines
madel, theory, law,    This objective is covered   and Motion kit.
1.)Identify steps within the scientific                                             mass, volume, density, and assessed throughout     Holt Physical
process.                                                                            temperature            the year.                   Science Chapter 1
SciLink Codes:
HSM1327;
HSM0225;
HSM1390;
HSM1662;
HSM0391;
HSM1142;
Applying process skills to interpret data from                                                                                         HSM0266;
graphs, tables, and charts.                                                                                                            HSM0196
Computer CD:
Eyewitness
Identifying controls and variables in a                                                                                                Encyclopedia of
scientific investigation.                                                                                                              Science
Videos and DVD:
Measuring dimension, volume and mass using                                                                                             Bill Nye- The Moon
Systeme International d'Unites (SI Units)                                                                                              and Gravity

Identify appropriate glassware, balance, time
measuring equipment, and optical instruments
used to conduct an investigation.

energy, kinetic energy,
potential energy,
mechanical energy,                                 AMSTI Energy
energy conservation,                               Machines and
law of conservation of                             Motion Kit: Lessons
energy, electrolyte,                               2, 3, 5-9, 11-15, 17-
battery, electrodes,                               20       Holt
electrons,wet-cell                                 Physical Science:
battery, dry-cell battery,                         Chapter 9 Energy
10.)Differentiate between potential and                                             electric potential, volts,                         and Energy
kinetic energy.                                                                     Alessandro volta                                   Resources
energy, kinetic energy,
potential energy,
mechanical energy,           AMSTI Energy
energy conservation,         Machines and
law of conservation of       Motion Kit: Lessons
energy, electrolyte,         2-4, 7-9, 17-21
battery, electrodes,         Internet: SciLinks
11.) Explain the Law of Conservation of
electrons,wet-cell           Codes: HSM1660;
energy and its relationship to energy         battery, dry-cell battery,   HSM0612;
transformation, including chemical to         electric potential, volts,   HSM0511;
electrical, chemical to heat, electrical to   chemical energy,             HSM0856;
light, and electrical to sound.               alternator, termin           HSM0515

Force, spring scale,
calibrated, gravitational
force, Newton (N),           AMSTI Energy
elastic force, Isaac         Machines and
Newton, Law of               Motion Kit: Lessons
Universal Gravitation,       5-15, 17-19, 21
Robert Hooke, Hooke's        Holt Physical
Law, net force, terminal     Science: Chapter 5
velocity, free fall,         Matter in Motion;
projectile motion,           Chapter 6 Forces
8.)Identify Newton's 3 laws of motion.        inertia, momentum            and Motion
Internet: SciLinks
Codes: HSM0927;
HSM0604;
HSM0601;
HSM0922;
HSM0602;
HSM0692;
Defining terminology such as action and                                    HSM1223;
reaction forces, inertia, acceleration,                                    HSM1028;
momentum, and friction                                                     HSM0988
origin, best fit line, x-
axis, y axis,
proportional, inversely
Interpreting distance-time graphs             proportional,
2nd 9 We
AMSTI Energy
Machines and
work, joule, power,        Motion Kit: Lessons
watt, machine, work        7, 11-15, 17, 21;
input, work output,        Holt Physical
mechanical advantage,      Science: Chapter 8
mechanical efficiency,     Work and Machines;
lever, pulley, wheel and   Internet SciLinks
axle, inclined plane,      Codes:
wedge, screw,              HSM0586;HSM0202
2nd 9 Weeks

compound machine,          ; HSM0143;
effort force, effort       HSM1675;
9.) Describe how mechanical advantages of   distance, load force,      HSM0929;
simple machines reduce the amount of        load distance, slope,      HSM1395;
force needed for work.                      fulcrum                    HSM0331

wave, medium,
transverse wave,
logitudinal wave,
amplitude, wavelength,
frequency, wave
speed, reflection,
refraction, diffraction,
interference, standing
wave, resonance,
sound wave, pitch,
doppler effect,
loudness, decibel,
echo, echolocation,
sonic boom, sound
quality, noise,
electromagnetic wave,
radiation,                 Holt Physical
electromagnetism,          Science: Chapter
spectrum, absorption,      20: The Energy of
scattering,                waves; Chapter 21
transmission,              The Nature of
12.) Classify waves as mechanical or        translucent, opaque,       Sound; Chapter 22
electromagnetic.                            pigment                    The nature of light
Examples
Internet: ScieLinks
Codes: HSM1017;
HSM1574;
HSM1236;
HSM0304;
HSM1663;
HSM0440;
HSM1233;
HSM0880;
HSM0481;
HSM1283;
Mechanical- Eacrthquake waves                   HSM0314
Computer CD:
Eyewitness
Encyclopedia of
Electromagnetic- untraviolet light waves,       Science; Light and
visible light waves                                Sound
AMSTI Energy
Describing how earthquake waves, sound             Machines and
waves, water waves, and electromagnetic            Motion Kit: Lesson
waves can be destructive ot beneficial due to      9 (Reading pages 89-
the transfer of energy.                            91)
AMSTI: Fill in the
Holes:
Longitudinal/transver
Describing longitudinal and transverse waves       se waves
Describing how waves travel through different      AMSTI: Fill in the
media.                                             Holes: Wave Travel
Relating wavelength, frequency, and amplitude
to energy.                                         GLOBE
Describing the electromagnetic spectrum in
terms of frequencies.                              GLOBE

Reading Standard 1

Expository/Descriptiv
e writing: Compare
and Contrast various
Apply strategies, including making inferences
types of waves
to determine theme, confirming or refuting         (electromagnetic vs.
predictions, and using specific context clues to   mechanical,
comprehend eighth grade literary/recreational      transverse vs.
materials.                                         longitudinal)
Additional Content to be Taught:
Apply self-monitoring strategies
Distinguishing fact from fiction
Determining sequence

Reading Standard 4
Apply strategies aooropriate to the type of
material, including making inferences to
determine bias or theme and using specific
context clues, to comprehend eighth-grade     Expository
textual/informational materials               Writing:Lab Reports
Additional Content to be Taught:
Applying self-monitoring strategies
Comparing predicted with actual content
Distinguishing fact from opinion
Confirming author's credentials
Determining sequence
Assess.
Standards                      Prerequisites     Correlations        Vocabulary               Assessment     Resources
ARMT AHSGE SAT10

matter, expansion,
contraction, dissolving,
immiscible, miscible,
density, chemical                        AMSTI Properties
reaction, mass,                          of Matter Kit:
volume, burning, solid,                  Lessons 1-7, 18
liquid, mixture, physical                extension 2 Holt
property, characteristic                 Physical
property, floating,                      Science:Chapter 2
sinking, buoyed up,                      The Properties of
vacuum, gas, heat,                       Matter. Chapter 3
temperature, Celsius,                    States of Matter,
Fahrenheit, Kelvin,                      Chapter 4 Elements,
calibrate, freeze,                       Compounds and
chemical reaction,                       Mixtures SciLinks
reactant, product,                       Code: HSM0496;
physical change,                         HSM1420;
chemical change,                         HSM1013;
sublimation,                             HSM0254;
evaporation,                             HSM1662;
condensation, melting,                   HSM0391;
melting point, freezing                  HSM1142;
7.) Describe states of matter based on                                          point, boiling, boiling                  HSM0266;
kinetic energy of particles in matter                                           point                                    HSM0196

Computer CD:
Eyewitness
Encyclopedia of
Explaining the efects of temperature,                                                                                 Science; Chemistry
concentration, surface area, and catalysts                                                                               Gateways: Exploring
on the rate of chemical reactions.                                                                                       the Gas Laws
Pacscl, Pascal's
Principle, Hydraulic,                    AMSTI Properties
9a) Describing the effect of force on                                           Bernoulli's principle,                   of Matter Kit:
pressure in fluids                                                              Boyle's law                              Lesson 7 ext. 2

AMSTI Properties
of Matter Kit:
Lessons 8, 14:
AMSTI Extra Are
you ready for a
change?, Balancing
4.) State the Law of Conservation of                                            Law of Conservation of                   Chemical Equations,
Matter.                                                                         Mass, phase                              Solid + Liquid=Gas
4th 9 Wee
4th 9 Weeks
Balancing chemical equations by
adjusting coefficients.

Reading Standard 1
Apply strategies, including making inferences
to determine theme, confirming or refuting
predictions, and using specific context clues to
comprehend eighth grade literary/recreational
materials.
Additional Content to be Taught:
Apply self-monitoring strategies
Distinguishing fact from fiction
Determining sequence
Reading Standard 4
Expository writing:
lab reports; Use the
arrangement and
Apply strategies aooropriate to the type of
kinetic energy of
material, including making inferences to           particles to explain
determine bias or theme and using specific         the physical
context clues, to comprehend eighth-grade          properties of each
textual/informational materials                    phase of matter.
Additional Content to be Taught:
Applying self-monitoring strategies
Comparing predicted with actual content
Distinguishing fact from opinion
Confirming author's credentials
Determining sequence
Assess.
Standards                    Prerequisites     Correlations           Vocabulary          Assessment     Resources

Unwrapped Standards for 3rd Nine Weeks                     ARMT AHSGE SAT10
element, pure
substance, compound,
mixture, solution,
solute, solvent,
concentration,
solubility, suspension,
colloid, saturated,
exothermic,
endothermic,
recrystallization,
insoluble, aqueous,                    AMSTI Properties
electrolyte,                           of Matter Kit:
heterogeneous,                         Lessons12, 13, 15,
homogeneous,                           17, 18; POM Extra:
6.) Define solution in terms of solute,                                       supersaturated,                        What's in the Bag?,
and solvent.                                                                  sedimientation                         In a Jam
Defining Diffusion and Osmosis                                            diffusion, osmosis
Defining isotonic, hypertonic, and                                        isotonic, hypertonic,
hypotonic                                                                     hypotonic
Describing acids and bases based on
their hydrogen ion concentration                                              ion
AMSTI Properties
atom, electrom, proton,                of Matter Kit:Extra-
neutron, electron                      Atomic model of
cloud, atomic mass                     matter; Holt
unit, atomic number,                   Physical Science:
2.)Describe the structure of atoms,                                           isotope, allotrope,                    Chapter 11
including the location of protons,                                            atomic mass, charge,                   Introduction to
neutrons, and electrons.                                                      Democritus, Dalton                     atoms
Internet: SciLinks
Codes: HSM0399;
HSM0799;
Identify the charge of each subatomic                                                                             HSM0371;
particle                                                                                                             HSM0820;
Computer CD:
Eyewitness
Encyclopedia of
Science; Chemistry
Gateways:
Chemistry Toolbox
Identify Democritus and Dalton as                                                                                 and Structure of the
contributors to the atomic theory.                                                                                   Atom
periodic, periodic law,
group, family, alkali
metal, alkaline earth
metal, halogen, noble     AMSTI Properties
gases, inert, metal,      of Matter Kit: Extra:
nonmetal, metalloid,      Adopt an element;
3.) Determine the number of protons,           alloy, solder,            Mr. and Miss
neutrons, and electrons, and the mass of       conductivity, magnetic,   Periodic Table;
an element using the periodic table.           malleable, ductile        Lessons 21-22

Holt Physical
Locating metals, nonmetals, metalloids,                               Science: Chapter 12
and Noble gases on the periodic table                                    The Periodic table

Internet SciLinks
Codes: HSM0947;
HSM0043; HSM
1071; HSM0946;
HSM1043;
Computer
CD:Eyewitness
Encyclopedia of
Science; Chemistry
valence electron,         Gateways:
Using data about the number of              oxidation number,         Chemistry Toolbox
electrons in the outer shell of an atom to     orbital diagram,          and Structure of
determine its reactivity                       electron configuration    the Atom
chemical bond, ion,
ionic bond, covalent
bond, metallic bond,
4th 9 Weeks

ionic compound,
compound, crystal         AMSTI Properties
lattice, molecule,        of Matter
solvent, chemical         Kit:Lessons 16,22;
reaction, chemical        AMSTI Extra:
5.) Differentiate between ionic and covalent   equation, element,        Modeling Electron
bonds.                                         reactant, product         Dot diagrams

Holt Physical
Illustrating the transfer or sharing of                               Science:Chapter 13
electrons using dot diagrams                                             Chemical Bonding
Internet
SciLinksCodes:
HSM0489;
HSM1125;
HSM1585;
HSM1231
ks
AMSTI Properties
of Matter Kit:
Lessons 8, 14:
AMSTI Extra Are
you ready for a
change?, Balancing
4.) State the Law of Conservation of               Law of Conservation of   Chemical Equations,
Matter.                                            Mass, phase              Solid + Liquid=Gas
Internet: SciLinks
Codes:HSM0247;
HSM0271;
HSM0289;
HSM1271;
HSM0817;HSM0365
; HSM0013;
HSM1130;
HSM1347;
Balancing chemical equations by                                          HSM0095;
adjusting coefficients.                                                     HSM1078
Holt Physical
Science: Chapter 14
Chemical Reactions;
Chapter 15
Chemical
Compounds

Reading Standard 1
Apply strategies, including making inferences
to determine theme, confirming or refuting
predictions, and using specific context clues to
comprehend eighth-grade literary/recreational
materials.
Additional Content to be Taught
Apply self-monitoring strategies
Distinguishing fact from fiction
Determining sequence

Reading Standard 4

Apply strategies appropriate to the type of
material, including making inferences to                                    Expository Writing:
determine bias or theme and using specific                                  Explain why
context clues, to comprehend eighth-grade                                   chemical equations
textual/informational and functional materials.                             must be balanced.
Additional Content to be Taught
Apply self-monitoring strategies
Comparing predicted with actual content
Distinguishing fact from opinion
Determining sequence

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