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									Port Arthur Independent School District: Fifth Grade Science
                                                         Grade 5 Science
                                                     Curriculum-At-A-Glance



                       1st Semester                                                           2nd Semester

                     First Six Weeks                                                         Fourth Six Weeks
                  Living Systems Part 1                                           Exploring Matter and Energy Part 2
   Ecosystems, habitats, and niches                                        Physical properties of matter
   Adaptations for survival                                                Electrical energy
   Inherited traits                                                        Light energy
   Learned characteristics                                                 Comparing forms of energy
                                                                            Interactions of matter and energy in cycles
               Second Six Weeks                                                             Fifth Six Weeks
              Living Systems Part 2                                                      The Natural World Part 1
 Water, Carbon, and Nitrogen Cycles                                        Forces that shape the Earth
 Life Cycles                                                               Fossil fuels and minerals
 Growth                                                                    Natural resources
                                                                            Processes of the water cycle system
                   Third Six Weeks                                                          Sixth Six Weeks
         Exploring Matter and Energy Part 1                                              The Natural World Part 2
   Physical states of matter                                               The solar system
   Properties of mixtures                                                  Observing the solar system
   Natural resources                                                       Interactions in the solar system
   Processes of the water cycle system                                     Comparing the Earth and moon
                                                                            Daily, weekly, lunar and seasonal cycles




              Port Arthur Independent School District: Fifth Grade Science
                                                            Grade 5 Science
                                                        Curriculum-At-A-Glance
                                                         Scientific Processes

                   Knowledge and Skills
                                                                                              Student Expectations
5.1 The student conducts classroom and field investigations                 A. demonstrate safe practices during classroom and field
      following home and school safety procedures. The                         investigations; and
      student is expected to:                                               B. make wise choices in the use and conservation of resources
                                                                               and the disposal or recycling of materials.
5.2 The student uses scientific methods during field and                    A. plan and implement descriptive and simple experimental
      laboratory investigations. The student is expected to:                   investigations including asking well-defined questions,
                                                                               formulating testable hypotheses, and selecting and using
                                                                               equipment and technology;
                                                                            B. collect information by observing and measuring;
                                                                            C. analyze and interpret information to construct reasonable
                                                                               explanations from direct and indirect evidence;
                                                                            D. communicate valid conclusions; and
                                                                            E. construct simple graphs, tables, maps, and charts using tools
                                                                               including computers to organize, examine, and evaluate
                                                                               information.
5.3 The student uses critical thinking and scientific problem               A. analyze, review, and critique scientific explanations,
      solving to make informed decisions. The student is                       including hypotheses and theories, as to their strengths and
      expected to:                                                             weaknesses using scientific evidence and information;
                                                                            B. draw inferences based on information related to promotional
                                                                               materials for products and services;
                                                                            C. represent the natural world using models and identify their
                                                                               limitations;
                                                                            D. evaluate the impact of research on scientific thought,
                                                                               society, and the environment; and
                                                                            E. connect Grade 5 science concepts with the history of science
                                                                               and contributions of scientists.




                 Port Arthur Independent School District: Fifth Grade Science
                                                              Grade 5 Science
                                                          Curriculum-At-A-Glance
                                                             Scientific Processes

  5.4 The student knows how to use a variety of tools and methods             A. collect and analyze information using tools including
        to conduct science inquiry. The student is expected to:                  calculators, microscopes, cameras, sound recorders,
                                                                                 computers, hand lenses, rulers, thermometers, compasses,
                                                                                 balances, hot plates, meter sticks, timing devices, magnets,
                                                                                 collecting nets, and safety goggles; and
                                                                              B. demonstrate that repeated investigations may increase the
                                                                                 reliability of results.




The National Science Education Standards encourage teachers to place less emphasis on “separating science knowledge from
science process” and instead promote the teaching of “process skills in context”. Therefore, all of the scientific processes from
the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills are embedded throughout the year and are indicated by the following icon: 




                   Port Arthur Independent School District: Fifth Grade Science
                                                                Grade 5 Science
                                                               Scope and Sequence
                                                 Exploring Matter and Energy Part 1

Time                            TAKS                                                 Assessment
              TEKS               Obj.
                                                Concepts/Processes/Skills            Resources
                                                                                                     Instructional Resources        Textbook
Line
       5.7A                                       Physical states of matter          www.scienc     R4TPE: Understanding the     SFSE: Unit B
       Classify matter based                   All matter has mass and takes up     ebenchmark     Physical Sciences            Ch. 1 Lessons 1
10     on its physical                          space-Comp.                          s.org          p. 90 - 111
Days   properties including                    Matter can exist in solid, liquid,                                               SFSE: Unit B
       magnetism, physical                      or gaseous states-Comp.                             TSG: p. 264 - 266            Ch. 1 Lesson 2
       state, and the ability                  Matter in the solid state has        R4TPE:
       to conduct or insulate                   tightly packed particles, and        Understandi    BT2:                         SFSE: Unit B
       heat, electricity, and                   does not change shape when           ng the         All Mixed Up, Engage, p. 3   Ch. 1 Lesson 4
       sound                       1,3          moved from one container to the      Physical
                                                next-Comp.                           Sciences       SM:                           SFTE: p. B28
                                               Matter in the liquid state has       p. 112 - 126   www.tenet.edu/teks/science/s SFTE: P. B32
                                                loosely packed particles, flows                     tacks/safety/safetymain.html
                                                when poured, and takes the           5TRT03:                                      SFSE: Unit C
                                                shape of its container-App.          p. 66, Item    Vistas and Snapshots          Ch. 3 Lesson 1
                                                                                     34             http://www.tenet.edu/teks/sci
                                               Matter in the gaseous state has
                                                                                                    ence/instruction/index.html
                                                widely spaced, energetic
                                                particles that bounce against
                                                                                                    BT2: Introduction,
                                                container walls and each other
                                                                                                    p. 29 – 43
                                                until they are completely spread
                                                out to fill the entire container-
                                                                                                    MU P. 159-162
                                                App.
                                               Safety, Inquiry, Critical                          SCISEL-Module 3 (Matter
                                                Thinking,                                           Module)-Day 3
                                                Use of Tools-All
                                                                                                    CA-PS p. 12-13




                    Port Arthur Independent School District: Fifth Grade Science
                                                                Grade 5 Science
                                                               Scope and Sequence
                                                 Exploring Matter and Energy Part 1

Time                            TAKS                                                 Assessment
               TEKS              Obj.
                                                Concepts/Processes/Skills            Resources
                                                                                                     Instructional Resources        Textbook
Line
3 Days 5.7B                                         Properties of mixtures                          R4TPE: Understanding the
       Demonstrate that                         Mixtures are formed when two        www.scienc     Physical Sciences             SFSE: Unit B
       some mixtures                            or more materials are physically     ebenchmark     p. 90 - 111                   Ch. 1 Lesson 3
       maintain the physical                    combined-Comp.                       s.org
       properties of their                      Mixtures can consist of                                                          SFSE: Unit B
       ingredients                              combinations of solids, liquids,     R4TPE:                                       Ch. 1 Lesson 4
                                                and gases-Comp.                      Understandi    BT2: All Mixed Up: Stations
                                   1,3          Materials in a mixture can be       ng the         1-4, p. 4- 8                  SFSE: Unit B
                                                physically separated by many         Physical                                     Ch. 1 Lesson 5
                                                means, including filtering,          Sciences       MU p. 163-166
                                                straining, and the use of magnets-   p. 112 - 126
                                                An.                                                 CA-PS p. 3-6
                                                                                     5TRT03:p.
                                               Safety, Inquiry, Critical           61, Item 21    SCISEL-Module 3 (Matter
                                                Thinking,                                           Module) Day 13
                                                 Use of Tools-All




                    Port Arthur Independent School District: Fifth Grade Science
                                                                 Grade 5 Science
                                                                Scope and Sequence
                                                 Exploring Matter and Energy Part 1

Time                             TAKS                                                Assessment
               TEKS               Obj.
                                               Concepts/Processes/Skills             Resources
                                                                                                    Instructional Resources         Textbook
Line
3 Days 5.7C                                       Properties of solutions                          BT2 All Mixed Up: Explore      SFSE: Unit B
       Identify changes that                 Solutions are special types of         TIB: p. 24,   B:                             Ch. 1 Lesson 3
       can occur in the                       mixtures formed when a solid is        Item 9        Stations 1-4
       physical properties of                 dissolved by a liquid-Comp.                          p. 10-13                       SFSE: Unit B
       the ingredients of                    Not all solids can be dissolved-       TSG: 266-                                    Ch. 1 Lesson 4
       solutions such as            1,3       Comp.                                  267           BT2 Explain
       dissolving sugar in                   Salt solutions can conduct                           Sugar Cube p.16                SFSE: Unit B
       water                                  electricity-An.                                                                     Ch. 1 Lesson 5
                                             Solutions can be separated by                        BT2 Explain
                                              evaporation-An.                                      Evaporating Salt Water p. 17
                                             Safety, Inquiry, Critical                           MU p. 167-170
                                              Thinking,
                                            Use of Tools-All                                     CA-PS- p.3-6




                     Port Arthur Independent School District: Fifth Grade Science
                                                                Grade 5 Science
                                                               Scope and Sequence
                                                 Exploring Matter and Energy Part 1

Time                            TAKS                                                   Assessment
              TEKS               Obj.
                                                Concepts/Processes/Skills              Resources
                                                                                                     Instructional Resources         Textbook
Line
       5.11A                                         Process of dissolving
2 Days Identify and observe        1,3          Dissolving is a process that          TSG: 275-    BT2 All Mixed Up Explore       Unit B Ch. 1
       actions that require                      forms solutions over time-            278          A: Station 4                   Lesson 3
       time for changes to                       Comp.                                              p. 8
       be measurable,                           Solids like sugar dissolve when
       including growth,                         placed in a liquid-App.                            BT2 Explain
       erosion, dissolving,                     Liquids pull tiny pieces of the                    Sugar Cube p.16
       weathering, and flow                      solid into solution until the solid
                                                 particles are too small to be                      BT2 Explain
                                                 seen-App.                                          Evaporating Salt Water p. 17
                                                Solutions can be separated back                    MU p. 175-178
                                                 into solid and liquid parts by
                                                 evaporation-App.
                                               Safety, Inquiry, Critical
                                                Thinking,
                                                 Use of Tools-All




                    Port Arthur Independent School District: Fifth Grade Science
                                                                Grade 5 Science
                                                               Scope and Sequence
                                                 Exploring Matter and Energy Part 1

Time                            TAKS                                                 Assessment
               TEKS              Obj.
                                                Concepts/Processes/Skills            Resources
                                                                                                    Instructional Resources      Textbook
Line
       5.7D                                       Boiling and melting points         www.scienc    BT2                         Unit C Ch. 3
3 Days Observe and measure         1,3          Melting point is the temperature    ebenchmark    Introduction                Lesson 1
       characteristic                           at which a solid changes to a        s.org         Using Tools to Teach the
       properties of                            liquid state-Comp.                                 Science TEKS, p. 36
       substances that                          Boiling point is the temperature    5TRT03:
       remain constant such                     at which a liquid changes to a       p. 69, Item   BT2 Elaborate
       as boiling points and                    gaseous state-Comp.                  40            Data Table of Boiling and
       melting points                           Freezing point is the temperature                 Melting Points
                                                at which a liquid changes to a       MU
                                                solid state-Comp.                    (Building     SCISEL-Module 3 (Matter
                                                                                     Stamina) p.   Module)-Day 7
                                               Safety, Inquiry, Critical           171-174
                                                Thinking,
                                                 Use of Tools-All
                                                                                     Curriculum
                                                                                     Benchmark
                                                                                     Assessment
                                                                                     Part 1




                    Port Arthur Independent School District: Fifth Grade Science
                                                      Grade 5 Science
                                                     Scope and Sequence
                                      Exploring Matter and Energy Part 1

Time                  TAKS                                                Assessment
       TEKS            Obj.
                                    Concepts/Processes/Skills             Resources
                                                                                       Instructional Resources   Textbook
Line




          Port Arthur Independent School District: Fifth Grade Science

								
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