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Course/Grade Level---- Science                                                        Curriculum Map 6 Grade
                                               August/September                                             September /October
Chapters/Lessons                     Earth Science – Plate Tectonics --- Ch. 8                  Earth Science – Rocks and Minerals --- Ch. 9
Content/                     Vocabulary : Ridge, Trenches, Plate Tectonics,                Vocabulary : types of rocks, minerals in order from
Knowledge/                   continental drift, convection currents, plate boundaries,     softest to hardest, soil and layers
Skills/                      fault, earthquakes, types of volcanoes
Vocabulary

Content Curricular           Indicators                                                    Indicators
Standards/Benchmark
   Indicators on the State   S1:B1: I1 – Identifies questions that can be answered         S1:B1: I1 – Identifies questions that can be answered
              Assessment     through scientific investigations                             through scientific investigations
    PHONEMIC AWARENESS       S1:B1: I2 – Designs and conducts scientific investigations    S1:B1: I2 – Designs and conducts scientific investigations
                 PHONICS     safely using appropriate tools, mathematics, technology,      safely using appropriate tools, mathematics, technology,
                             and techniques to gather, analyze, and interpret data.        and techniques to gather, analyze, and interpret data.
             VOCABULARY

                 FLUENCY     S1: B1: I3 – Identifies the relationship between evidence     S1: B1: I3 – Identifies the relationship between evidence
                             and logical conclusions.                                      and logical conclusions.
         COMPREHENSION
                             S1:B1: I4 – Communicates scientific procedures, results,      S1:B1: I4 – Communicates scientific procedures, results,
                             and explanations.                                             and explanations.

                             S1: B3: I2 – Evaluates the work of others to determine        S1: B3: I2 – Evaluates the work of others to determine
                             evidence which scientifically supports or contradicts the     evidence which scientifically supports or contradicts the
                             results, identifying faulty reasoning or conclusions that     results, identifying faulty reasoning or conclusions that
                             go beyond evidence and/or are not supported by data.          go beyond evidence and/or are not supported by data.

                             S4: B1: I1 – Identifies properties of the solid earth, the    S4: B1: I1 – Identifies properties of the solid earth, the
                             oceans, and fresh water, and the atmosphere                   oceans, and fresh water, and the atmosphere

                             S4:B1: I2 – Models earths cycles, constructive and            S4:B1: I2 – Models earths cycles, constructive and
                             destructive processes, and weather systems – weather,         destructive processes, and weather systems – weather,
                             currents, erosion                                             currents, erosion

                              S4: B2: I1 – Understands that earth processes observed        S4: B2: I1 – Understands that earth processes observed
                             today (including movement of lithospheric plates and          today (including movement of lithospheric plates and
                             changes in atmospheric conditions) are similar to those       changes in atmospheric conditions) are similar to those
                             that occurred in the past; earth history is also influenced   that occurred in the past; earth history is also influenced
                             by occasional catastrophes, such as the impact of a comet     by occasional catastrophes, such as the impact of a comet
                             or asteroid.                                                  or asteroid.
  Indicators on the Local    Knows different types of plate boundaries                     Rocks and Minerals
              Assessment
                             Types of Volcanoes                                            S1: B2: I2 – Differences between qualitative and
                                                                                           quantitative data in an investigations
                             S1: B2: I2 – Differences between qualitative and
                             quantitative data in an investigations                        S5: B2:I2 – Evaluates benefits , risks, limitations and
                                                                                           trade-offs of technological solutions. i.e. graphic
                                                                                           organizers

Assessment                   State State --- KSA                                           State --- KSA
                             Local---- Chapter 8 Test & Experiments                        Local ---- Chapter 9 Test & Experiments
Activities/Resources         Required - 1. Take notes from Power Point 2. Learn            Required – 1. Take notes from Power Point
                             how to make a graphic organizer.    3. Reading                 2. Reading
                             4. Answering Text Questions over passages.                    3. Answering Text Questions over passages.
Interdisciplinary            Language/Art/ Reading Social Studies/Math                     Language/Art/ Reading Social Studies/Math
Connections*
Reteach/Enrichment *


*Optional




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Course/Grade Level---- Science                                                       Curriculum Map 6 Grade
                                                October/November                                                     November/December
  Chapters/Lessons            Earth Science – Reshaping the Earth’s Surface Ch. 10               Human body Systems - Respiratory, Circulatory, Digestive
                            Red Ribbon Week start - Drugs and Alcohol/ Human Body                                         and Urinary
Content/                   Vocabulary: Weather (chemical and mechanical), Erosion,              Vocabulary: Different for each system you study.
Knowledge/                 sediments, wave characteristics, wave energy, river systems,
Skills/
Vocabulary
Content Curricular         Indicators                                                           Indicators
Standards/Benchmark
 Indicators on the State   S1:B1: I1 – Identifies questions that can be answered through        S1:B1: I1 – Identifies questions that can be answered through
            Assessment     scientific investigations                                            scientific investigations
  PHONEMIC AWARENESS       S1:B1: I2 – Designs and conducts scientific investigations safely    S1:B1: I2 – Designs and conducts scientific investigations safely
                PHONICS    using appropriate tools, mathematics, technology, and                using appropriate tools, mathematics, technology, and techniques
                           techniques to gather, analyze, and interpret data.                   to gather, analyze, and interpret data.
             VOCABULARY

                FLUENCY    S1: B1: I3 – Identifies the relationship between evidence and        S1: B1: I3 – Identifies the relationship between evidence and
                           logical conclusions.                                                 logical conclusions.
        COMPREHENSION
                           S1:B1: I4 – Communicates scientific procedures, results, and         S1:B1: I4 – Communicates scientific procedures, results, and
                           explanations.                                                        explanations.

                           S1: B3: I2 – Evaluates the work of others to determine evidence      S1: B3: I2 – Evaluates the work of others to determine evidence
                           which scientifically supports or contradicts the results,            which scientifically supports or contradicts the results,
                           identifying faulty reasoning or conclusions that go beyond           identifying faulty reasoning or conclusions that go beyond
                           evidence and/or are not supported by data.                           evidence and/or are not supported by data.

                           S4: B1: I1 – Identifies properties of the solid earth, the oceans,   S3:B1:I2 – Relates the structure of cells, organs, tissues, organ
                           and fresh water, and the atmosphere                                  systems, and whole organisms to their functions.

                           S4:B1: I2 – Models earths cycles, constructive and destructive       S6: B1: I1 – Identifies individual nutrition, exercise, and a rest
                           processes, and weather systems – weather, currents, erosion          needs based on science and used scientific approach to thinking
                                                                                                critically about personal health , lifestyle choices, risks, and
                            S4: B2: I1 – Understands that earth processes observed today        benefits.
                           (including movement of lithospheric plates and changes in
                           atmospheric conditions) are similar to those that occurred in
                           the past; earth history is also influenced by occasional
                           catastrophes, such as the impact of a comet or asteroid.

                           S6: B1: I1 – Identifies individual nutrition, exercise, and a rest
                           needs based on science and used scientific approach to thinking
                           critically about personal health , lifestyle choices, risks, and
                           benefits.
Indicators on the Local    S6: B3: I1 – Recognizes patterns of natural processes and/or         S1:B2: I1 – Develops questions and adapts (frames) the inquiry
            Assessment     human activities that may cause and/or contribute to natural         guide the appropriate type of investigation.
                           hazards.
                                                                                                S1: B2: I2 – Differences between qualitative and quantitative
                                                                                                data in an investigations
                           S6:B3: I2 – Evaluated risks and defines appropriate actions
                           associated with the natural hazards.                                 S1: B3: I1 – After completing an investigation, generates
                                                                                                alternative methods of investigation and/or further for inquiry.
                           S7:B1:I1 – Practices intellectual honesty, demonstrates
                           skepticism appropriately, displays open-mindedness to new            S3:B1:I3 – Compares organisms composed of single cells with
                           ideas, and bases decision on evidence.                               organisms that are multi-cellular

                           S7:B2: I1 – Recognizes that new knowledge leads to new               S3:B1:I4 – Concludes that breakdowns in structure or function
                           questions and new discoveries, replicates historic experiments       may be caused by disease, damage, heredity, or aging.
                           to understand principles of science, and relates contributions to
                           men and women to the fields of science.
Assessment                 State State --- KSA                                                  State --- KSA
                           Local ---- Chapter 10 Test & Experiments                             Local ---- Each System has its own test & Experiments
                                  Power Point Presentations
Activities/Resources       Required – 1. Take notes from Power Point                            1. Take notes from Power Point
                            2. Reading                                                           2. Learn how to make a graphic organizer.
                           3. Answering Text Questions over passages.                           3. Reading
                                                                                                4. Answering Text Questions over passages.
Interdisciplinary          Language/Art/ Reading /Social Studies/ Math                          Language/Art/ Reading/ Social Studies/ Math
Connections*

Reteach/Enrichment *       Learning Power Point – how to use to make a presentation




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Course/Grade Level---- Science                                                       Curriculum Map 6 Grade
                                           January                                   January/February                                      March
Chapter/Lessons                        Cells – Chapter 2                          Reproduction – Chapter 3               Forces in Motion – Ch. 13 5th grade book
Content/                   Vocabulary :parts of cells, cell theory,     Vocabulary: sexual and asexual repro.;            Vocabulary: types of motion, velocity,
Knowledge/                 functions, types of cells, tissues, growth   traits, genes                                    force, Newton’s laws of motion, simple and
Skills/                    and division of cells,                                                                        complex machines,
Vocabulary
Content Curricular         Indicators                                   Indicators                                       Indicators
Standards/Benchmark
 Indicators on the State   S3:B1:11- Will understand the cell           S3:B1:I2 – Relates the structure of cells,        S1:B1: I1 – Identifies questions that can be
            Assessment     theory; that all organisms are composed      organs, tissues, organ systems, and whole        answered through scientific investigations
                           of one or more cells, cells are the basic    organisms to their functions.
  PHONEMIC AWARENESS
                           unit of life, and that cells come from                                                        S1:B1: I2 – Designs and conducts scientific
                PHONICS    other cells.                                 S3:B2: I1 – Differences between asexual and      investigations safely using appropriate
                                                                        sexual reproduction of organisms.                tools, mathematics, technology, and
             VOCABULARY                                                                                                  techniques to gather, analyze, and interpret
                           S3:B1:I2 – Relates the structure of cells,
                FLUENCY    organs, tissues, organ systems, and          S6: B1: I1 – Identifies individual nutrition,    data.
                           whole organisms to their functions.          exercise, and a rest needs based on science
        COMPREHENSION
                                                                        and used scientific approach to thinking         S1: B1: I3 – Identifies the relationship
                           S6: B1: I1 – Identifies individual           critically about personal health, lifestyle      between evidence and logical conclusions.
                           nutrition, exercise, and a rest needs        choices, risks, and benefits.
                           based on science and used scientific                                                          S1:B1: I4 – Communicates scientific
                           approach to thinking critically about                                                         procedures, results, and explanations.
                           personal health, lifestyle choices, risks,
                           and benefits.                                                                                 S2:B3:I2 – Describes, measures, and
                                                                                                                         represents data on a graph showing the
                                                                                                                         motion of an object (position, direction or
                                                                                                                         motion, speed).

                                                                                                                         S2:B3:I3 – Recognizes and describes
                                                                                                                         examples of Newton’s Laws of Motion.

Indicators on the Local     S3:B1:I3 – Compares organisms               S3:B1:I3 – Compares organisms composed            S2:B3:I1 – Identifies the forces that act on
            Assessment     composed of single cells with organisms      of single cells with organisms that are multi-   an object (e.g. gravity and friction)
                           that are multi-cellular                      cellular
                                                                                                                         S2:B3:I4 – Investigates and explains how
                           S3:B2:I2 – Understands how heredity          S3:B2:I2 – Understands how heredity              simple machines multiply force at the
                           information of each cell is passed from      information of each cell is passed from one      expense of distance.
                           one generation to the next.                  generation to the next.

                           S3:B2: I3 – Infers that the                  S3:B2: I3 – Infers that the characteristics of
                           characteristics of an organism result        an organism result from heredity and
                           from heredity and interactions with the      interactions with the environment.
                           environment.
Assessment                 State State --- KSA                          State State --- KSA                              State State --- KSA

                           Local --- Chapter 2 Test & Experiments       Local ---- Chapter 3 Test & Experiments          Local ---- Chapter 13 Test & Experiments

Activities/Resources       Required –1. Take notes from Power           Required- 1. Take notes from Power Point         Required – 1. Take notes from Power Point
                           Point                                        2. Reading                                       2. Reading
                           2. Reading                                   3. Answering Text Questions over passages.       3. Answering Text Questions over passages.
                           3. Answering Text Questions over
                           passages.
Interdisciplinary          Language/Art/ Reading /Social Studies        Language/Art/ Reading /Social Studies            Language/Art/ Reading /Social Studies
Connections*

Reteach/Enrichment *




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Course/Grade Level---- Science                                                      Curriculum Map 6 Grade
                                                     April                                                         May
Chapter/Lessons                      Changes in Energy --- Ch. 17 and 14                          Climate and Weather – Chapter 12
Content/                    Vocabulary: Energy types—potential, kinetic, thermal,       Vocabulary: atmosphere, clouds, precipitation, climate
Knowledge/                 geothermal, electricity and magnetism, circuits, light and
Skills/                    sound energy.
Vocabulary
Content Curricular         Indicators                                                   Indicators
Standards/
Benchmark
 Indicators on the State    S1:B1: I1 – Identifies questions that can be answered       S1:B1: I1 – Identifies questions that can be answered
            Assessment     through scientific investigations                            through scientific investigations
  PHONEMIC AWARENESS       S1:B1: I2 – Designs and conducts scientific investigations   S1:B1: I2 – Designs and conducts scientific investigations
                PHONICS    safely using appropriate tools, mathematics, technology,     safely using appropriate tools, mathematics, technology,
                           and techniques to gather, analyze, and interpret data.       and techniques to gather, analyze, and interpret data.
             VOCABULARY

                FLUENCY    S1: B1: I3 – Identifies the relationship between evidence    S1: B1: I3 – Identifies the relationship between evidence
                           and logical conclusions.                                     and logical conclusions.
        COMPREHENSION
                           S1:B1: I4 – Communicates scientific procedures, results,     S1:B1: I4 – Communicates scientific procedures, results,
                           and explanations.                                            and explanations.

                           S2:B4: I2 – Understands that when work is done energy
                           transforms from one form to another, including
                           mechanical, heat, light, sound, electrical, chemical, and
                           nuclear energy, yet is conserved.

                           S2:B4: I3 – Observes and communicates how light
                           (electromagnetic) energy interacts with matter;
                           transmitted, reflected, refracted, and absorbed.

                           S2:B4: I4 – Understands that heat energy can be
                           transferred from hot to cold by radiation, convection and
                           conduction.

Indicators on the Local    S2:B4: I1 – Understands the difference between potential
            Assessment     and kinetic energy.

Assessment                 State State --- KSA                                          State State --- KSA
                           Local ---- Chapter 17 & 14 (5th grade book) Test &           Local ---- Weather test
                           Experiments

Activities/Resources       Required – 1. Take notes from Power Point                    Required Required – 1. Take notes from Power Point
                           2. Reading                                                   2. Reading
                           3. Answering Text Questions over passages.                   3. Answering Text Questions over passages.
                                                                                        4. make a power point over a type of weather (clouds,
                                                                                        tornadoes, etc.
Interdisciplinary          Language/Art/ Reading /Social Studies                        Language/Art/ Reading/Technology
Connections*


Reteach/Enrichment *



*Optional




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