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					                                             Montgomery High School
                                             Curriculum & Instruction



                                    2006-07 SCIENCE
      STUDENT EXPECTATIONS (TEKS) - ALL
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Barbara Tiffin
Asst. Principal - Curriculum and Instruction
936-597-3163
btiffin@misd.org
School
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TEKS) - ALL GRADES
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Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry (IPC) (State Curriculum)

  OBJ    IPC    1

  SE     IPC    1A
  SE     IPC    1B
  OBJ    IPC    2

  SE     IPC    2A

  SE     IPC    2B
  SE     IPC    2C
  SE     IPC    2D
  OBJ    IPC    3

  SE     IPC    3A

  SE     IPC    3B
  SE     IPC    3C
  SE     IPC    3D
  SE     IPC    3E


  OBJ    IPC    4
  SE     IPC    4A
  SE     IPC    4B

  SE     IPC    4C


  SE     IPC    4D

  OBJ    IPC    5

  SE     IPC    5A

  SE     IPC    5B
  SE     IPC    5C
  SE     IPC    5D
  OBJ    IPC    6
  SE     IPC    6A
  SE     IPC    6B

  SE     IPC    6C


  SE     IPC    6D

  SE     IPC    6E
  SE     IPC    6F
  SE     IPC    6G
  SE     IPC    6H
  OBJ    IPC    7
  SE     IPC    7A
  SE     IPC    7B
SE    IPC   7C

SE    IPC   7D
SE    IPC   7E
OBJ   IPC   8
SE    IPC   8A

SE    IPC   8B

SE    IPC   8C
SE    IPC   8D
SE    IPC   8E
OBJ   IPC   9
SE    IPC   9A
SE    IPC   9B
SE    IPC   9C
SE    IPC   9D
SE    IPC   9E
egrated Physics and Chemistry (IPC) (State Curriculum)
        Scientific Processes
        The student, for at least 40% of instructional time, conducts field and laboratory investigations using safe, environmentally appropriate,
        and ethical practices
        Demonstrate safe practices during field and laboratory investigations
        Make wise choices in the use and conservation of resources and the disposal or recycling of materials
        The student uses scientific methods during field and laboratory investigations
        Plan and implement investigative procedures including asking questions, formulating testable hypotheses, and selecting equipment and
        technology
        Collect data and make measurements with precision
        Organize, analyze, evaluate, make inferences, and predict trends from data
        Communicate valid conclusions
        The student uses critical thinking and scientific problem solving to make informed decisions
        Analyze, review, and critique scientific explanations, including hypotheses and theories, as to their strengths and weaknesses using
        scientific evidence and information
        Draw inferences based on data related to promotional materials for products and services
        Evaluate the impact of research on scientific thought, society, and the environment
        Describe connections between physics and chemistry, and future careers
        Research and describe the history of physics, chemistry, and contributions of scientists
        Science Concepts
        The student knows concepts of force and motion evident in everyday life
        Calculate speed, momentum, acceleration, work, and power in systems such as in the human body, moving toys, and machines
        Investigate and describe applications of Newton s laws such as in vehicle restraints, sports activities, geological processes, and satellite
        orbits
        Analyze the effects caused by changing force or distance in simple machines as demonstrated in household devices, the human body, and
        vehicles
        Investigate and demonstrate mechanical advantage and efficiency of various machines such as levers, motors, wheels and axles, pulleys,
        and ramps
        The student knows the effects of waves on everyday life
        Demonstrate wave types and their characteristics through a variety of activities such as modeling with ropes and coils, activating tuning
        forks, and interpreting data on seismic waves
        Demonstrate wave interactions including interference, polarization, reflection, refraction, and resonance within various materials
        Identify uses of electromagnetic waves in various technological applications such as fiber optics, optical scanners, and microwaves
        Demonstrate the application of acoustic principles such as in echolocation, musical instruments, noise pollution, and sonograms
        The student knows the impact of energy transformations in everyday life
        Describe the law of conservation of energy
        Investigate and demonstrate the movement of heat through solids, liquids, and gases by convection, conduction, and radiation
        Analyze the efficiency of energy conversions that are responsible for the production of electricity such as from radiant, nuclear, and
        geothermal sources, fossil fuels such as coal, gas, oil, and the movement of water or wind
        Investigate and compare economic and environmental impacts of using various energy sources such as rechargeable or disposable
        batteries and solar cells
        Measure the thermal and electrical conductivity of various materials and explain results
        Investigate and compare series and parallel circuits
        Analyze the relationship between an electric current and the strength of its magnetic field using simple electromagnets
        Analyze the effects of heating and cooling processes in systems such as weather, living, and mechanical
        The student knows relationships exist between properties of matter and its components
        Investigate and identify properties of fluids including density, viscosity, and buoyancy
        Research and describe the historical development of the atomic theory
Identify constituents of various materials or objects such as metal salts, light sources, fireworks displays, and stars using spectral-analysis
techniques
Relate the chemical behavior of an element including bonding, to its placement on the periodic table
Classify samples of matter from everyday life as being elements, compounds, or mixtures
The student knows that changes in matter affect everyday life
Distinguish between physical and chemical changes in matter such as oxidation, digestion, changes in states, and stages in the rock cycle
Analyze energy changes that accompany chemical reactions such as those occurring in heat packs, cold packs, and glow sticks to classify
them as endergonic or exergonic reactions
Investigate and identify the law of conservation of mass
Describe types of nuclear reactions such as fission and fusion and their roles in applications such as medicine and energy production
Research and describe the environmental and economic impact of the end-products of chemical reactions
The student knows how solution chemistry is a part of everyday life
Relate the structure of water to its function as the universal solvent
Relate the concentration of ions in a solution to physical and chemical properties such as pH, electrolytic behavior, and reactivity
Simulate the effects of acid rain on soil, buildings, statues, or microorganisms
Demonstrate how various factors influence solubility including temperature, pressure, and nature of the solute and solvent
Demonstrate how factors such as particle size, influence the rate of dissolving
Science - Biology (State Curriculum)

  OBJ    BIO    1

  SE     BIO    1A
  SE     BIO    1B
  OBJ    BIO    2

  SE     BIO    2A

  SE     BIO    2B
  SE     BIO    2C
  SE     BIO    2D
  OBJ    BIO    3

  SE     BIO    3A

  SE     BIO    3B
  SE     BIO    3C
  SE     BIO    3D
  SE     BIO    3E
  SE     BIO    3F



  OBJ    BIO    4

  SE     BIO    4A

  SE     BIO    4B


  SE     BIO    4C


  SE     BIO    4D

  OBJ    BIO    5

  SE     BIO    5A

  SE     BIO    5B
  SE     BIO    5C
  OBJ    BIO    6
  SE     BIO    6A
  SE     BIO    6B
  SE     BIO    6C
  SE     BIO    6D
  SE     BIO    6E
  SE     BIO    6F
  OBJ    BIO    7
  SE     BIO    7A
  SE     BIO    7B
  OBJ    BIO    8
  SE     BIO    8A
SE    BIO   8B

SE    BIO   8C
OBJ   BIO    9
SE    BIO   9A
SE    BIO   9B
Se    BIO   9C
SE    BIO   9D
OBJ   BIO   10

SE    BIO   10A

SE    BIO   10B
SE    BIO   10C
OBJ   BIO   11
SE    BIO   11A
SE    BIO   11B
SE    BIO   11C

SE    BIO   11D

OBJ   BIO   12
SE    BIO   12A
SE    BIO   12B
SE    BIO   12C
SE    BIO   12D
SE    BIO   12E
OBJ   BIO   13
SE    BIO   13A
SE    BIO   13B
logy (State Curriculum)
        Scientific Processes
        The student, for at least 40% of instructional time, conducts field and laboratory investigations using safe, environmentally appropriate,
        and ethical practices
        Demonstrate safe practices during field and laboratory investigations
        Make wise choices in the use and conservation of resources and the disposal or recycling of materials
        The student uses scientific methods during field and laboratory investigations
        Plan and implement investigative procedures including asking questions, formulating testable hypotheses, and selecting equipment and
        technology
        Collect data and make measurements with precision
        Organize, analyze, evaluate, make inferences, and predict trends from data
        Communicate valid conclusions
        The student uses critical thinking and scientific problem solving to make informed decisions
        Analyze, review, and critique scientific explanations, including hypotheses and theories, as to their strengths and weaknesses using
        scientific evidence and information
        Evaluate promotional claims that relate to biological issues such as product labeling and advertisements
        Evaluate the impact of research on scientific thought, society, and the environment
        Describe the connection between biology and future careers
        Evaluate models according to their adequacy in representing biological objects or events
        Research and describe the history of biology and contributions of scientists
        Science Concepts
        The student knows that cells are the basic structures of all living things and have specialized parts that perform specific functions, and
        that viruses are different from cells and have different properties and functions
        Identify the parts of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells
        Investigate and identify cellular processes including homeostasis, permeability, energy production, transportation of molecules, disposal
        of wastes, function of cellular parts, and synthesis of new molecules
        Compare the structures and functions of viruses to cells and describe the role of viruses in causing diseases and conditions such as
        acquired immune deficiency syndrome, common colds, smallpox, influenza, and warts
        Identify and describe the role of bacteria in maintaining health such as in digestion and in causing diseases such as in streptococcus
        infections and diphtheria
        The student knows how an organism grows and how specialized cells, tissues, and organs develop
        Compare cells from different parts of plants and animals including roots, stems, leaves, epithelia, muscles, and bones to show
        specialization of structure and function
        Identify cell differentiation in the development of organisms
        Sequence the levels of organization in multicellular organisms to relate the parts to each other and to the whole
        The student knows the structures and functions of nucleic acids in the mechanisms of genetics
        Describe components of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), and illustrate how information for specifying the traits of an organism is carried in
        the DNA
        Explain replication, transcription, and translation using models of DNA and ribonucleic acid (RNA)
        Identify and illustrate how changes in DNA cause mutations and evaluate the significance of these changes
        Compare genetic variations observed in plants and animals
        Compare the processes of mitosis and meiosis and their significance to sexual and asexual reproduction
        Identify and analyze karyotypes
        The student knows the theory of biological evolution
        Identify evidence of change in species using fossils, DNA sequences, anatomical similarities, physiological similarities, and embryology
        Illustrate the results of natural selection in speciation, diversity, phylogeny, adaptation, behavior, and extinction
        The student knows applications of taxonomy and can identify its limitations
        Collect and classify organisms at several taxonomic levels such as species, phylum, and kingdom using dichotomous keys
Analyze relationships among organisms and develop a model of a hierarchical classification system based on similarities and differences
using taxonomic nomenclature
Identify characteristics of kingdoms including monerans, protists, fungi, plants, and animals
The student knows metabolic processes and energy transfers that occur in living organisms
Compare the structures and functions of different types of biomolecules such as carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids
Compare the energy flow in photosynthesis to the energy flow in cellular respiration
Investigate and identify the effects of enzymes on food molecules
Analyze the flow of matter and energy through different trophic levels and between organisms and the physical environment
The student knows that, at all levels of nature, living systems are found within other living systems, each with its own boundary and
limits
Interpret the functions of systems in organisms including circulatory, digestive, nervous, endocrine, reproductive, integumentary,
skeletal, respiratory, muscular, excretory, and immune
Compare the interrelationships of organ systems to each other and to the body as a whole
Analyze and identify characteristics of plant systems and subsystems
The student knows that organisms maintain homeostasis
Identify and describe the relationships between internal feedback mechanisms in the maintenance of homeostasis
Investigate and identify how organisms, including humans, respond to external stimuli
Analyze the importance of nutrition, environmental conditions, and physical exercise on health
Summarize the role of microorganisms in maintaining and disrupting equilibrium including diseases in plants and animals and decay in an
ecosystem
The student knows that interdependence and interactions occur within an ecosystem
Analyze the flow of energy through various cycles including the carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and water cycles
Interpret interactions among organisms exhibiting predation, parasitism, commensalism, and mutualism
Compare variations, tolerances, and adaptations of plants and animals in different biomes
Identify and illustrate that long-term survival of species is dependent on a resource base that may be limited
Investigate and explain the interactions in an ecosystem including food chains, food webs, and food pyramids
The student knows the significance of plants in the environment
Evaluate the significance of structural and physiological adaptations of plants to their environments
Survey and identify methods of reproduction, growth, and development of various types of plants

				
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