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             Grade 5 Science
             Table of Contents

Month                            Page No.

August                             1-2
September/October                  3-5
November                           6
December                           7-8
January                            9
February                           10
March                              12-13
April/May                          14-15
Little Rock School District
                                                                                    Fifth Grade Science

          Month/SLEs                     Content/Skills            Essential            Assessments             Lab Activities               Strategies/Resources

Student Learning
Expectations:                        Science Process Skills
                                     (These will be used and
Communicate observations                                        How can you use      Anchor             Give students practice using    Scott Foresman TE, pp. xxii-
orally, in writing, and in graphic   reinforced each month
                                                                the same skills      Assessment:        the following science tools:    xxv, Use the prompts given for
organizers:                          throughout the year.)
                                                                and strategies as                                                       each science process skill to
          T-charts                        Observe
          pictographs                     Classify
                                                                a scientist to       Keep an Ice Cube           Thermometer            develop its meaning.
                                                                learn about your     from Melting               Graduated
          Venn diagrams                   Estimate and        world?
          bar graphs                                                                                            container (cylinder,   Give students frequent practice
                                                                                    Rubric                      beaker, or cup)        in asking questions that can be
           frequency tables                Infer
          line graphs                                                                                          Balance                answered through inquiry.
                                           Predict                                                                                     Allow them to develop a plan to
NS.1.4.2                                   Make and Use                                                                                answer their own questions.
Refine questions that guide                   Models
scientific inquiry                         Make
NS.1.4.3                                      Definitions
Conduct scientific investigations          Form                                                        Scott Foresman TE, pp.
individually and in teams:                    Questions and                                             xxvi-xxvii
         lab activities                      Hypotheses
         field studies
                                           Collect Data                                                What material is best for
NS.1.4.5                                   Interpret Data                                              keeping heat in water?
Communicate the designs,                   Investigate and
procedures, and results of                    Experiment
scientific investigations (e.g.,           Identify and
age-appropriate graphs, charts,               Control
and writings)                                 Variables
                                           Communicate
Estimate and measure length,         Scientific Method
mass, temperature,                   (Science Inquiry will be
capacity/volume, and elapsed         used each month
time using International System      throughout the year.)
of Units (SI)
NS.1.4.7                             Use tools to measure

          Month/SLEs                    Content/Skills        Essential   Assessments   Lab Activities   Strategies/Resources
Collect and interpret measurable    length, capacity, mass,
empirical evidence in teams and     temperature, and
as individuals                      elapsed time. (Science
                                    tools will be used each
Develop a hypothesis based on
                                    month through the
prior knowledge and                 year.)

Identify variables that affect

Identify patterns and trends in

Generate conclusions based on

Evaluate the quality and
feasibility of an idea or project

Use simple equipment, age
appropriate tools, technology,
and mathematics in scientific
investigations (e.g., balances,
hand lenses, microscopes, rulers,
thermometers, calculators,

Apply lab safety rules as they
relate to specific science lab
activities (see Arkansas Lab
Safety Guide)

          Month/SLEs                    Content/Skills             Essential            Assessments            Lab Activities           Strategies/Resources
September and October

LS.4.5.1                            Ecocolumns (STC kit)        How do the parts     ANCHOR               STC KIT:                 As an introduction to
Distinguish among and model              construct             of an ecosystem      ASSESSMENT:          ECOSYSTEMS Lessons 2-7   Ecosystems have students read
         organisms                        aquarium             interact?            Science Open                                  and discuss Leveled Readers
         populations                    construct                                  Response Item A
         communities
                                           terrarium                                 on page 9                                         
         ecosystems                                                                                                                       Interactions in
         biosphere
                                         food webs                                  SCOTT                                                 Ecosystems
                                         photosynthesis                             FORESMAN                                             Inside Ecosystems
LS.4.5.11                                chlorophyll                                ACTAAP Science                                       Build an Aquarium
Create ecosystems in which                                                           Test Prep
plants can exist without animals                                How do changes       Workbook (Rubric
                                    Flow of Energy
                                                                in habitats affect   will be on page T2                            SLE: LS 4.5.1 LS 4.5.5
                                    (terrestrial and aquatic)
LS.4.5.12                                                       living things?                                                     SCOTT FORESMAN Chapter
                                      organism‟s role in                            in TE)
Conduct investigations in which                                                                                                    5 Lesson 1
plants are encouraged to thrive
                                           predator/
                                               prey                                                                                SLE LS 4.5.11 LS 4.5.12
                                           parasitism                                                                             LS 4.5.13 SLE LS 4.5.5
Construct, compare, and contrast                                                     ANCHOR
environments in open and closed            producer                                                                               STC Kits on Ecosystems
                                                                                     ASSESSMENT:                                   Lessons 2-7
aquaria                                    consumer                                 STC Ecosystems
                                           decomposer                               Lesson 13
LS.4.5.2                                   scavenger                                                                              SCOTT FORESMAN
Identify the transfer of energy            herbivore                                                                              ACTAAP Science Test Prep
using energy pyramids:
                                           carnivore                                                                              Workbook
          terrestrial
                                           omnivore
          aquatic
                                          populations                                                                             SLE: LS.4.5.2 LS.4.5.3
LS.4.5.3                                  communities                                                                             SCOTT FORESMAN Chapter
Design food webs in specific              ecosystems                                                                              5 Lesson 5
habitats to show the flow of              biosphere                                                                               pages 144-147
energy within communities:                energy                                                                                  SCOTT FORESMAN Science
         terrestrial                                                                                                              in Arkansas pages
         aquatic
                                          food chain                                                                              AR14-15
LS.4.5.14                                 food web
                                          symbiosis                                                                               SLE LS 4.5.6, LS 4.5.8,
Categorize organisms by the
function they serve in ecosystems                                                                                                  LS4.5.14
and food webs:                                                                                                                     SCOTT FORESMAN
         predator/prey             Human impact on                                                                                Chapter 5 Lesson 6
         parasitism                ecosystems                                                                                     pages 148-153
         producer/consumer/             overgrazing
                                         overpopulation

          Month/SLEs                    Content/Skills         Essential   Assessments   Lab Activities        Strategies/Resources
         scavenger                        natural disaster                                              SLE LS 4.5.7
         herbivore/carnivore/             introduction of                                               SCOTT FORESMAN Science
          omnivore                          non-native                                                    in Arkansas pages AR 18-19
Conduct field studies identifying          urban                                                         SLE 4.5.9
and categorizing organisms in a             development                                                   SCOTT FORESMAN pages
given area of an ecosystem                                                                                154-155

LS.4.5.17                                                                                                 SLE LS 4.5.10
Describe and illustrate various     Limiting factors                                                      SCOTT FORESMAN Science
symbiotic relationships:                 food                                                            in Arkansas pages AR 16-17
         parasitism
                                         space
         mutualism
         commensalism
                                         water                                                           SLE LS 4.5.18
                                         shelter                                                         SCOTT FORESMAN TE
LS.4.5.4                                                                                                  Page 160
Evaluate food webs under
conditions of stress:               Cycles                                                                SLE LS2.5.7, LS 2.5.8
         overgrazing                    nitrogen cycle                                                  Leveled Readers:
         overpopulation                 carbon cycle                                                    “Plants”, “Sunflowers”, “Food
         natural disaster               carbon                                                          Farming”
         introduction of non-
          native species
                                           oxygen cycle                                                   SLE LS 2.5.7, LS 2.5.8
         human impact/urban
          development                    conservation                                                    SCOTT FORESMAN TE
                                           of mass                                                        pages 96-97
Evaluate positive and negative
human effects on ecosystems

Examine the role of limiting
factors on the carrying capacity
of an ecosystem:
         food
         space
         water
         shelter

Describe and diagram the
nitrogen cycle in ecosystems

          Month/SLEs               Content/Skills   Essential   Assessments   Lab Activities   Strategies/Resources
Describe and diagram the carbon
cycle in ecosystems

Describe and diagram the carbon
dioxide-oxygen cycle in

Conduct investigations
demonstrating the role of the
carbon dioxide-oxygen cycle in

Analyze the concept of
conservation of mass as related
to the amount of matter in an

Investigate careers, scientists,
and historical breakthroughs
related to populations and

Identify the role of chlorophyll
in the process of photosynthesis

Explain and illustrate

          Month/SLEs                      Content/Skills           Essential            Assessments             Lab Activities                Strategies/Resources
November                                                                                                                                 ESS 10.5.1
                                                                                                                                         SCOTT FORESMAN TE
ESS.10.5.1                            Characteristics of the    How are the          ANCHOR               SLE LS 2.5.7, LS 2.5.8         Chapter 16 Lesson 2 pages 518-
Compare the physical                  Sun and Stars             characteristics of                        “HOW CAN YOU SHOW              523
characteristics of the sun to other        Size                solar system         “New Planet          THAT PLANTS USE                SCOTT FORESMAN QUICK
                                           Color               bodies affected      Discovered!” chart   CARBON DIOXIDE”(Class          STUDY pages 126-127
         size
         color                            Brightness          by their location    and rubric           Demonstration)
         brightness                                            and size?                                 SCOTT FORESMAN pages           Scanned Resources
                                                                                                          154-155                        Magnitude
ESS.10.5.2                            Properties and order of                                                                            Planet Profile
Demonstrate the order of planets      the Planets and other                                                                              Classifying Stars
and other space objects in our
                                      Space Objects
solar system                                size                                    “Comparing           ESS 10.5.2, ESS 10.5.3         ESS10.5.2 & ESS 10.5.3
                                            shape                                   Weights on           “Scale Model of the Planets”   SCOTT FORESMAN TE
Compare the properties of                   density                                 Planets” SCOTT                                      Chapter 17 Lessons 2 & 3 pages
planets in our solar system:                atmosphere                              FORESMAN TE                                         548-555
          size                             distance from                           Lesson AR19 page
          shape                               the sun                               AR38-AR 39                                          ESS 10.5.4
          density                          orbital path                                                                                SCOTT FORESMAN TE
          atmosphere                       moons                                                                                       Chapter 11 Lesson 1 page 344
          distance from the sun            surface
          orbital path
                                            composition                                                                                 ESS 10.5.5
          moons
          surface                                                                                                                       SCOTT FORESMAN TE
                                      Compare Mass to                                                                                    Lesson AR19 pageAR38-39
          composition
ESS 10.5.4                                                                                                                               ESS 10.5.6
Distinguish between mass and                                                                                                             SCOTT FORESMAN TE
weight                                                                                                                                   Unit D Arkansas pages 2-3
                                                                                                                                         Have students complete Open
Compare the human body‟s mass
                                                                                                                                         Response Question #5 on page 3
to weight on Earth, the moon,
and other planets in our solar                                                                                                  (This
system                                                                                                                                   web site is full of planet
                                                                                                                                         information. You can print out
ESS.10.5.6                                                                                                                               facts that cover all of the
Investigate careers, scientists,
                                                                                                                                         properties for each planet.)
and historical breakthroughs
related to planets

          Month/SLEs                     Content/Skills           Essential       Assessments            Lab Activities                Strategies/Resources

PS.5.5.1                                 Atoms/Matter          How can one      INTERIM            PS 5.5.1                       Scott Foresman TE Chapter 11
Identify the relationship of atoms        Relationship        substance be     ASSESSMENT         EDIBLE ATOMS                   pages 338-361
to all matter
                                          States of           both alike and   Scott Foresman                                    PS 5.5.3- Lesson 1
PS.5.5.2                                                       different from   ACTAAP Science     PS 5.5.2 Scott Foresman        PS 5.5.1- Lesson 2
Conduct scientific investigations        Physical Properties   every other      Test Prep: open    TE page 362-363                PS 5.5.4 – 5.5.7 - Lesson 3
on physical properties of objects         Conduct             substance?       response page 21   “Boat Designs”                 PS 5.5.4-5.5.5 Lesson 4
PS.5.5.3                                  Examples                             ANCHOR             PS 5.5.9 Investigations         PS 5.5.3
Identify common examples of
                                                                                ASSESSMENT         demonstrating expansion and    Scott Foresman TE Arkansas
physical properties:                 Physical Changes
         length
                                                                                “How is a rock     contraction can be the jar     pages AR24-25
                                          Characteristics                      like
         mass                                                                                     activity mentioned in the
         area
                                          Effects of                           hummingbird?”      book or you can freeze an      PS 5.5.6 & 5.5.8  Scott
         perimeter                           change                                               unopened bottle of water and   Foresman TE Arkansas pages
         texture                                                                                  discuss how the water          AR26-2
         taste                      Molecules                                                     expands as it freezes and
         odor                           Motion                                                   contracts as it melts.         PS 5.5.6
         color                          Position                                                                                Scott Foresman TE      Chapter
         elasticity                                                                                                              14 Lesson 4 pages 462-465
State characteristics of physical                                                                                                 PS 5.5.9
changes                              Careers in Physics                                                                           SCOTT FORESMAN
                                                                                                                                  Chapter 11 L 3 page 355
PS.5.5.5                                                                                                                          paragraph 2 (The book does not
Identify characteristics and                                                                                                      use the terms expansion or
common examples of physical                                                                                                       contraction. Make sure to use
                                                                                                                                  these terms.)
Explain how heat influences the                                                                                         
states of matter of a substance:
          solid                                                                                                                  PS 5.5.10
          liquid                                                                                                                 Leveled Reader Pioneers of
          gas
          plasma

Demonstrate the effect of
changes in the physical
properties of matter

          Month/SLEs               Content/Skills   Essential   Assessments   Lab Activities   Strategies/Resources

Model the motion and position
of molecules in solids, liquids,
and gases in terms of kinetic

Conduct investigations
demonstrating expansion and

Investigate scientists, careers,
and historical breakthroughs
related to physical properties,
physical changes, and states of

          Month/SLEs                   Content/Skills          Essential       Assessments          Lab Activities                Strategies/Resources

PS.6.5.1                           Simple Machines           How do simple   ANCHOR           http://www.lessonplanspage.
Classify simple machines                    classify        machines make   ASSESSMENT       com/ScienceMD6SimpleMa         m/ScienceMD6SimpleMachines
                                            conduct         life easier?    Scott Foresman   chinesFullUnit46.htm (This     FullUnit46.htm
PS.6.5.2                                      investigati                    ACTAAP Science   website will lead to lab
Conduct investigations using                  ons                            Test Prep        activities that requires the   PS 6.5.1-PS 6.5.7
     levers (e.g.,                         relate to                       page 22          students to create all six     Scott Foresman TE
         toothbrush)                          inventions                                      simple machines. Click on      Chapter 13 Lesson 4
     pulleys                                 &discover                                       workstation worksheets for     pages 426-43
     inclined planes-                        ies                                             the lab sheets.
         ramps, wedges, and
                                                                                                                             Scott Foresman TE
                                                                                                                             Arkansas pages AR28-AR25
     wheels and axles             Potential/Kinetic
PS.6.5.3                                compare/                                                                  
Relate simple machines to                   contrast                                                                         3.html
inventions and discoveries              real world
PS.6.5.4                                conduct                                                                             cademics/education/projects/we
Compare and contrast                        investigations                                                                   bquests/machines/
potential energy and kinetic                                                                                                 This website is titled „Stuart
energy as applied to motion        Simple Machines,                                                                          Little and Simple Machines‟.
                                   potential and kinetic                                                                     It‟s interactive and it could be
PS.6.5.5                           energy                                                                                    used during computer lab or
Classify real world examples            careers                                                                             small group. Excellent
as potential energy or kinetic          scientists                                                                          resources and fun activities for
energy as applied to motion                                                                                                  the students.
                                        historical
PS.6.5.6                                                                                                                     nes.htm
Conduct investigations using
potential energy and kinetic                                                                                                 http://www.teach-
Investigate careers, scientists,                                                                                   
and historical breakthroughs                                                                                                 ienceMD6SimpleMachinesFullUnit
related to simple machines                                                                                                   46.htm (This is a unit on Simple
                                                                                                                             Machines that could in conjunction
and potential and kinetic
                                                                                                                             with text).

          Month/SLEs                     Content/Skills            Essential          Assessments           Lab Activities               Strategies/Resources

ESS.8.5.1                            Elements                   What kinds of      Interim            ESS 8. 5.3. - ESS 8.5.6       Leveled Reader Earth’s
Identify some basic elements              periodic table       processes change   Assessments        “What are some mineral        Changing Surface
composing minerals:
                                          atoms                Earth‟s Surface?   Scott Foresman     properties?”
          silicon
                                          protons                                 TE page 294 #12    Scott Foresman TE page        ESS 8.5.1
          oxygen
          iron                           neutrons                                                   AR21                          Scott Foresman TE chapter 11
                                          electrons                               Scott Foresman
          sodium                                                                                                                   lesson 2 page 348-349
                                                                                   ACTAAP Prep
          chlorine                                                                                                                 ESS 8. 5.3. - ESS 8.5.5
                                                                                   Book page 15
          calcium                                                                                                                  Scott Foresman TE Chapter 9
                                    Identify minerals based                       (after teaching
           carbon                                                                                                                   L 5 pages 282-285
          hydrogen                  on                                            mineral content)
                                                                                                                                    (Scanned Properties of Minerals
          aluminum                       characteristics                                                                          sheet )
                                                                                                      ESS 8.5.2
ESS.8.5.3                                 properties
Identify characteristics of                                                                           Growing Crystals
                                     Crystals                                      ANCHOR
Conduct investigations on                 investigate                             ASSESSMENT                                       periodic table of elements
mineral properties:                           growth
          luster                                                                                     ESS 8.5.7-ESS 8.5.9           ESS 8.5.2
          hardness                                                                                   “How are rocks alike and      Scott Foresman TE chapter 11
          streak                    Rocks - sedimentary,                                             different?”                   L 2 pages 352-353 and pages
          acid test for calcite     igneous, metamorphic                                             Scott Foresman TE             292-293
          fluorescence                   characteristics                                            page AR 22-AR 23
ESS.8.5.5                                 compare/contr                                                                            ESS 8.5.6
Identify the following minerals:              ast                                                                                   Scott Foresman TE Lesson
          halite (salt)
                                          classify                                                                                 AR-10 page AR 20
          feldspar                                                                                                                 FAMILY ROCK HUNT
                                                                                                      ESS 8.5.11 & ESS 8.5.12
          sulfur                                                                                                                   Scott Foresman Workbook
          quartz
                                                                                                      “Breaking up is Easy to do”
                                     Rock cycle                                                                                     page 95
          diamonds
          gypsum                          describe/illustr
                                               ate                                                                                  ESS 8.5.7-ESS 8.5.9
          calcite
                                     Careers, scientists,                                                                           Scott Foresman TE Chapter 9
          talc
                                                                                                                                    L 6 pages 286-287
          hematite (iron)           historical breakthroughs
          precious metals                 rocks/minerals
         (gold, silver)                                                                                                   
ESS.8.5.2                            Investigations
Investigate the growth of crystals                                                                                                  ESS 8.5.13
                                          soil formation
                                                                                                                                    Scott Foresman TE
                                          sedimentation
                                                                                                                                    Chapter 9 L 6 pages 288-289

          Month/SLEs                Content/Skills   Essential   Assessments   Lab Activities        Strategies/Resources
Identify minerals found in                                                                      Classifying Rocks
         bauxite
         diamonds
         quartz                                                                                ESS 8.5.11 ESS 8.5.12
         galena                                                                                Scott Foresman TE Chapter 9
                                                                                                L 3 pages 272-275
Identify characteristics of                                                                     Scott Foresman Quick Study
sedimentary, igneous, and                                                                       Book pages 70-77
metamorphic rocks

Compare and contrast by                                                                         ESS 9.5.1 ESS 9.5.2 ESS 9.5.3
investigation characteristics of                                                                Fossil Information
the three basic types of rocks:
          sedimentary                                                                
          igneous                                                                              osrec/index.html
          metamorphic

Classify the three basic types of                                                               osrec/Breithaupt2.html
                                                                                                (This web site is full of ideas
ESS.8.5.13                                                                                      and activities that deal with
Describe and illustrate the rock                                                                fossils.)

Investigate careers, scientists,                                                                er'.htm
and historical breakthroughs
related to minerals and rocks
                                                                                                (Teachers can order free
Investigate the formation of soil
                                                                                                information from this website on
                                                                                                fossils and geology.)
Conduct investigations on

Explain and give examples of
how physical evidence from
fossils supports the theory that
Earth has changed over time

         Month/SLEs              Content/Skills   Essential   Assessments   Lab Activities   Strategies/Resources
Analyze fossil record evidence
about plants and animals that
lived long ago

Infer the nature of ancient
environments based on fossil
record evidence

         Month/SLEs                    Content/Skills         Essential     Assessments          Lab Activities                Strategies/Resources

PS.7.5.1                           Light                    How do Light   ANCHOR         PS 7.5.1 & 7.5.2                PS 7.5.3-7.5.5
Summarize how light can                   Interaction      and Matter     ASSESSMENT     SCOTT FORESMAN TE               SCOTT FORESMAN TE
interact with matter through               with matter      interact?      “Bathroom      page 466-467                    Chapter 14 Lesson 3 pages 458-
absorption, refraction, and                                                Window “       “How Does Light Move?”          461
reflection                         Conduct investigations
                                       Refraction                                        PS 7.5.1, PS 7.5.2 , PS 7.5.4
PS.7.5.2                               Absorption                                        SCOTT FORESMAN TE
Investigate how light travels          Reflection                                        pages AR 36-37
and interacts with an object           Transmission                                      “How Do Light and Matter
or material                            Scattering                                        Interact?” and “Does light
                                                                                          pass through all materials?”
Conduct investigations
demonstrating how an object
can be seen

Design and conduct
investigations of transparent,
translucent, and opaque as
applied to light

Investigate physical
interactions of light and
matter and the effect on color
      refraction
      absorption
      transmission
      scattering

Investigate careers, scientists,
and historical breakthroughs
related to light energy

          Month/SLEs                     Content/Skills            Essential            Assessments            Lab Activities              Strategies/Resources
April and May

LS.2.5.1                             Scientific theory          How do the parts      INTERIM            Observe prepared slides of   SLE: LS 2:5:1
Compare the cell theory to the       Cell theory                of a cell relate to                      plant and animal cells.
                                                                                      ASSESSMENT                                      SCOTT FORESMAN TE
characteristics of a scientific            All living          the function of                                                       Arkansas pages AR2
                                               things are       the whole cell?       “Parts of an       “What is Cellular            “What is a Scientific Theory?”
LS.2.5.2                                       made of one or                         Animal Cell”       Respiration?” (Class
Examine cells on a microscopic                 more cells.                            FORESMAN           Demonstration)               SLE: LS 2.5.2
level                                      Cells are the                             ACTAAP Science     SCOTT FORESMAN TE            Microscopes & Prepared
                                               basic units of                         Test Prep          Lesson AR-2 page AR 4-5      plant/animal cell slides
LS.2.5.3                                       living things.                         Workbook page 10
Describe the similarities of basic         All cells come
cell functions in all organisms                                                                                                       Have students observe prepared
                                               from existing
                                                                                      ANCHOR                                          slides of plant and animal cells
LS.2.5.4                                                                              ASSESSMENT                                      next have the students draw
Model and identify the parts of                                                       How Can You                                     what they see. Students need to
animal cells and plant cells:        Observing Cells
                                                                                      Model a Plant                                   notice the different shapes of the
         cell wall                                                                   Cell?                                           two different types of cells.
         cell membrane                                                               SCOTT
         nucleus                                                                     FORESMAN TE
         cytoplasm                  Cells                                                                                            SLE: LS 2:5:3 LS 2:5:4
                                                                                      Arkansas Lesson                                 LS 2:5:4 LS 2:5:5 LS 2:5:9
         chloroplast                        Parts of a cell                         page AR 3
                                             Functions of                                                                            SCOTT FOREMAN TE
LS.2.5.5                                                                                                                              Chapter 2 Lesson 1 Pages 39-41
                                              the parts of a
Compare and contrast plant and                                                        How Can You                                     SCOTT FORESMAN QUICK
animal cells                                                                          Model a Plant                                   STUDY Workbook pages 10-11
                                          Animal cells
                                                                                      Cell? Rubric
LS.2.5.6                                      vs. Plant cells
Conduct investigations to            Cellular Respiration                                                                             SLE LS 2.5.6
separate plant pigments from the     Models of cells                                                                                  “What Color Can Come From
cell                                                                                                                                  Leaves” (Small group)
                                                                                                                                      SCOTT FORESMAN TE page
LS.2.5.7                                                                                                                              92
Identify the role of chlorophyll
in the process of photosynthesis
                                                                                                                                      LS 2.5.7, LS 2.5.8
LS.2.5.8                                                                                                                              SCOTT FORESMAN TE
Explain and illustrate                                                                                                                Chapter 4 Lesson 1 pages 94-97
                                                                                                                                      SLE: LS 2:5:10 LS 2:5:9
LS.2.5.9                                                                                                                              SCOTT FORESMAN TE
Explain cellular respiration                                                                                                          Arkansas pages AR 4-5 “What
                                                                                                                                      is Cellular Respiration?”

          Month/SLEs               Content/Skills   Essential   Assessments   Lab Activities   Strategies/Resources
Conduct investigations
demonstrating the process of
cellular respiration

Investigate careers, scientists,
and historical breakthroughs
related to cells


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