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SC.3.E.5.1 Explain that stars can be different; Earth in Space and Time Science 3 Earth and Space Click Here
some are smaller, some are larger, Science
and some appear brighter than
others; all except the Sun are so far
away that they look like points of
light.
SC.3.E.5.2 Identify the Sun as a star that emits Earth in Space and Time Science 3 Earth and Space Click Here
energy; some of it in the form of Science
light.
SC.3.E.5.3 Recognize that the Sun appears Earth in Space and Time Science 3 Earth and Space Click Here
large and bright because it is the Science
closest star to Earth.
SC.3.E.5.4 Explore the Law of Gravity by Earth in Space and Time Science 3 Earth and Space Click Here
demonstrating that gravity is a force Science
that can be overcome.
SC.3.E.5.5 Investigate that the number of stars Earth in Space and Time Science 3 Earth and Space Click Here
that can be seen through telescopes Science
is dramatically greater than those
seen by the unaided eye.
SC.3.E.6.1 Demonstrate that radiant energy Earth Structures Science 3 Earth and Space Click Here
from the Sun can heat objects and Science
when the Sun is not present, heat
may be lost.
SC.3.L.14.1 Describe structures in plants and Organization and Science 3 Life Science Click Here
their roles in food production, Development of Living
support, water and nutrient Organisms
transport, and reproduction.
SC.3.L.14.2 Investigate and describe how plants Organization and Science 3 Life Science Click Here
respond to stimuli (heat, light, Development of Living
gravity), such as the way plant Organisms
stems grow toward light and their
roots grow downward in response to
gravity.
SC.3.L.15.1 Classify animals into major groups Diversity and Evolution of Science 3 Life Science Click Here
(mammals, birds, reptiles, Living Organisms
amphibians, fish, arthropods,
vertebrates and invertebrates, those
having live births and those which
lay eggs) according to their physical
characteristics and behaviors.
SC.3.L.15.2 Classify flowering and Diversity and Evolution of Science 3 Life Science Click Here
nonflowering plants into major Living Organisms
groups such as those that produce
seeds, or those like ferns and
mosses that produce spores,
according to their physical
characteristics.
SC.3.L.17.1 Describe how animals and plants Interdependence Science 3 Life Science Click Here
respond to changing seasons.
SC.3.L.17.2 Recognize that plants use energy Interdependence Science 3 Life Science Click Here
from the Sun, air, and water to
make their own food.
SC.3.N.1.1 Raise questions about the natural The Practice of Science Science 3 Nature of Science Click Here
world, investigate them individually
and in teams through free
exploration and systematic
investigations, and generate
appropriate explanations based on
those explorations.
SC.3.N.1.2 Compare the observations made by The Practice of Science Science 3 Nature of Science Click Here
different groups using the same
tools and seek reasons to explain
the differences across groups.
SC.3.N.1.3 Keep records as appropriate, such The Practice of Science Science 3 Nature of Science Click Here
as pictorial, written, or simple
charts and graphs, of investigations
conducted.
SC.3.N.1.4 Recognize the importance of The Practice of Science Science 3 Nature of Science Click Here
communication among scientists.
SC.3.N.1.5 Recognize that scientists question, The Practice of Science Science 3 Nature of Science Click Here
discuss, and check each other's
evidence and explanations.
SC.3.N.1.6 Infer based on observation. The Practice of Science Science 3 Nature of Science Click Here
SC.3.N.1.7 Explain that empirical evidence is The Practice of Science Science 3 Nature of Science Click Here
information, such as observations or
measurements, that is used to help
validate explanations of natural
phenomena.
SC.3.N.3.1 Recognize that words in science can The Role of Theories, Science 3 Nature of Science Click Here
have different or more specific Laws, Hypotheses, and
meanings than their use in everyday Models
language; for example, energy, cell,
heat/cold, and evidence.
SC.3.N.3.2 Recognize that scientists use The Role of Theories, Science 3 Nature of Science Click Here
models to help understand and Laws, Hypotheses, and
explain how things work. Models
SC.3.N.3.3 Recognize that all models are The Role of Theories, Science 3 Nature of Science Click Here
approximations of natural Laws, Hypotheses, and
phenomena; as such, they do not Models
perfectly account for all
observations.
SC.3.P.8.1 Measure and compare temperatures Properties of Matter Science 3 Physical Science Click Here
of various samples of solids and
liquids.
SC.3.P.8.2 Measure and compare the mass and Properties of Matter Science 3 Physical Science Click Here
volume of solids and liquids.
SC.3.P.8.3 Compare materials and objects Properties of Matter Science 3 Physical Science Click Here
according to properties such as size,
shape, color, texture, and hardness.
SC.3.P.9.1 Describe the changes water Changes in Matter Science 3 Physical Science Click Here
undergoes when it changes state
through heating and cooling by
using familiar scientific terms such
as melting, freezing, boiling,
evaporation, and condensation.
SC.3.P.10.1 Identify some basic forms of energy Forms of Energy Science 3 Physical Science Click Here
such as light, heat, sound, electrical,
and mechanical.
SC.3.P.10.2 Recognize that energy has the Forms of Energy Science 3 Physical Science Click Here
ability to cause motion or create
change.
SC.3.P.10.3 Demonstrate that light travels in a Forms of Energy Science 3 Physical Science Click Here
straight line until it strikes an object
or travels from one medium to
another.
SC.3.P.10.4 Demonstrate that light can be Forms of Energy Science 3 Physical Science Click Here
reflected, refracted, and absorbed.
SC.3.P.11.1 Investigate, observe, and explain Energy Transfer and Science 3 Physical Science Click Here
that things that give off light often Transformations
also give off heat.
SC.3.P.11.2 Investigate, observe, and explain Energy Transfer and Science 3 Physical Science Click Here
that heat is produced when one Transformations
object rubs against another, such as
rubbing one's hands together.
SC.35.CS-CC.1.1 Identify technology tools for Communication and Science 35 Computer Click Here
individual and collaborative data collaboration Science -
collection, writing, communication, Communication
and publishing activities. and
Collaboration
SC.35.CS-CC.1.2 Describe key ideas and details while Communication and Science 35 Computer Click Here
working individually or collaboration Science -
collaboratively using digital tools Communication
and media-rich resources in a way and
that informs, persuades, and/or Collaboration
entertains.
SC.35.CS-CC.1.3 Identify ways that technology can Communication and Science 35 Computer Click Here
foster teamwork, and collaboration collaboration Science -
can support problem solving and Communication
innovation. and
Collaboration
SC.35.CS-CC.1.4 Describe how collaborating with Communication and Science 35 Computer Click Here
others can be beneficial to a digital collaboration Science -
project. Communication
and
Collaboration
SC.35.CS-CC.1.5 Explain that providing and Communication and Science 35 Computer Click Here
receiving feedback from others can collaboration Science -
improve performance and outcomes Communication
for collaborative digital projects. and
Collaboration
SC.35.CS-CP.1.1 Explain that searches may be Data analysis Science 35 Computer Click Here
enhanced by using Boolean logic Science -
(e.g., using “not”, “or”, “and”). Computer
Practices and
Programming
SC.35.CS-CP.1.2 Identify and describe examples of Data analysis Science 35 Computer Click Here
databases from everyday life (e.g., Science -
library catalogs, school records, Computer
telephone directories, and contact Practices and
lists). Programming
SC.35.CS-CP.1.3 Identify, research, and collect a data Data analysis Science 35 Computer Click Here
set on a topic, issue, problem, or Science -
question using age-appropriate Computer
technologies. Practices and
Programming
SC.35.CS-CP.1.4 Collect, organize, graph, and Data analysis Science 35 Computer Click Here
analyze data to answer a question Science -
using a database or spreadsheet. Computer
Practices and
Programming
SC.35.CS-CP.2.1 Perform keyboarding skills for Computer programming Science 35 Computer Click Here
communication and the input of basics Science -
data and information. Computer
Practices and
Programming
SC.35.CS-CP.2.2 Create, test, and modify a program Computer programming Science 35 Computer Click Here
in a graphical environment (e.g., basics Science -
block-based visual programming Computer
language), individually and Practices and
collaboratively. Programming
SC.35.CS-CP.2.3 Create a program using arithmetic Computer programming Science 35 Computer Click Here
operators, conditionals, and basics Science -
repetition in programs. Computer
Practices and
Programming
SC.35.CS-CP.2.4 Explain that programs need known Computer programming Science 35 Computer Click Here
initial conditions (e.g., set initial basics Science -
score to zero in a game, initialize Computer
variables, or initial values set by Practices and
hardware input). Programming
SC.35.CS-CP.2.5 Detect and correct program errors, Computer programming Science 35 Computer Click Here
including those involving arithmetic basics Science -
operators, conditionals, and Computer
repetition, using interactive Practices and
debugging. Programming
SC.35.CS-CP.3.1 Write, communicate and publish Programming applications Science 35 Computer Click Here
activities using technology tools. Science -
Computer
Practices and
Programming
SC.35.CS-CP.3.2 Present digitally created products, Programming applications Science 35 Computer Click Here
either individually and Science -
collaboratively, where a topic, Computer
concept, or skill is carefully Practices and
analyzed or thoughtfully explored. Programming
SC.35.CS-CS.1.1 Identify the concepts illustrated by a Modeling and simulations Science 35 Computer Click Here
simulation (e.g., ecosystem, Science -
predator/prey, and invasive Communication
species). Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.1.2 Describe how models and Modeling and simulations Science 35 Computer Click Here
simulations can be used to solve Science -
real-world issues in science and Communication
engineering.
Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.1.3 Answer a question, individually and Modeling and simulations Science 35 Computer Click Here
collaboratively, using data from a Science -
simulation. Communication
Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.1.4 Create a simple model of a system Modeling and simulations Science 35 Computer Click Here
(e.g., flower or solar system) and Science -
explain what the model shows and Communication
does not show. Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.2.1 Solve age-appropriate problems Problem solving and Science 35 Computer Click Here
using information organized using algorithms Science -
digital graphic organizers (e.g., Communication
concept maps and Venn-diagrams). Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.2.2 Describe how computational Problem solving and Science 35 Computer Click Here
thinking can be used to solve real algorithms Science -
life issues in science and Communication
engineering. Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.2.3 Explain the process of arranging or Problem solving and Science 35 Computer Click Here
sorting information into useful algorithms Science -
order as well as the purpose for Communication
doing so. Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.2.4 Solve real-world problems in Problem solving and Science 35 Computer Click Here
science and engineering using algorithms Science -
computational thinking skills. Communication
Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.2.5 Explain that there are several Problem solving and Science 35 Computer Click Here
possible algorithms for searching algorithms Science -
within a dataset (such as finding a Communication
specific word in a word list or card Systems and
in a deck of cards). Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.2.6 Write an algorithm to solve a grade- Problem solving and Science 35 Computer Click Here
level appropriate problem (e.g., algorithms Science -
move a character through a maze, Communication
instruct a character to draw a Systems and
specific shape, have a character Computing
start, repeat or end activity as
required or upon a specific event),
individually or collaboratively.
SC.35.CS-CS.2.7 Identify and correct logical errors in Problem solving and Science 35 Computer Click Here
algorithms; written, mapped, live algorithms Science -
action, or digital. Communication
Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.2.8 Systematically test and identify Problem solving and Science 35 Computer Click Here
logical errors in algorithms. algorithms Science -
Communication
Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.2.9 Explain how to correct logical Problem solving and Science 35 Computer Click Here
errors in algorithms; written, algorithms Science -
mapped, live action, or digital. Communication
Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.3.1 Manipulate and publish multimedia Digital tools Science 35 Computer Click Here
artifacts using digital tools (local Science -
and online). Communication
Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.3.2 Create an artifact (independently Digital tools Science 35 Computer Click Here
and collaboratively) that answers a Science -
research question clearly Communication
communicating thoughts and ideas. Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.4.1 Identify the basic components of a Hardware and software Science 35 Computer Click Here
computer (e.g., monitor, keyboard, Science -
mouse, controller, speakers). Communication
Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.4.2 Describe the function and purpose Hardware and software Science 35 Computer Click Here
of various input/output devices and Science -
peripherals (e.g., monitor, screen, Communication
keyboard, controller, speakers). Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.4.3 Compare and contrast hardware and Hardware and software Science 35 Computer Click Here
software. Science -
Communication
Systems and
Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.4.4 Identify and solve simple hardware Hardware and software Science 35 Computer Click Here
and software problems that may Science -
occur during everyday use (e.g., Communication
power, connections, application Systems and
window or toolbar). Computing
SC.35.CS-CS.6.1 Describe how hardware applications Human – Computer Science 35 Computer Click Here
(e.g., Global Positioning System interactions and Artificial Science -
(GPS) navigation for driving Intelligence Communication
directions, text-to-speech Systems and
translation, and language Computing
translation) can enable everyone to
do things they could not do
otherwise.
SC.35.CS-CS.6.2 Compare and contrast human and Human – Computer Science 35 Computer Click Here
computer performance on similar interactions and Artificial Science -
tasks (e.g., sorting alphabetically or Intelligence Communication
finding a path across a cluttered Systems and
room) to understand which is best Computing
suited to the task.
SC.35.CS-CS.6.3 Explain that computers model Human – Computer Science 35 Computer Click Here
intelligent behavior (as found in interactions and Artificial Science -
robotics, speech and language Intelligence Communication
recognition, and computer Systems and
animation). Computing
SC.35.CS-PC.1.1 Identify appropriate and Responsible use of Science 35 Computer Click Here
inappropriate uses of technology technology and Science -
when posting to social media, information Personal,
Community,
sending e-mail, and browsing the Global, and
Internet. Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.1.2 Describe responsible uses of Responsible use of Science 35 Computer Click Here
modern communication media and technology and Science -
devices. information Personal,
Community,
Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.1.3 Explain the proper use and Responsible use of Science 35 Computer Click Here
operation of security technologies technology and Science -
(e.g., passwords, virus protection information Personal,
software, spam filters, pop-up Community,
blockers, and cookies). Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.1.4 Define plagiarism and understand Responsible use of Science 35 Computer Click Here
the impacts of plagiarized materials. technology and Science -
information Personal,
Community,
Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.2.1 Explain how computers and The impact of computing Science 35 Computer Click Here
computing devices are used to resources on local and Science -
communicate with others on a daily global society Personal,
basis. Community,
Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.2.2 Describe types of cyberbullying and The impact of computing Science 35 Computer Click Here
explain what actions should be resources on local and Science -
taken if students are either victims global society Personal,
or witnesses of these behaviors. Community,
Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.2.3 Identify the legal and social The impact of computing Science 35 Computer Click Here
consequences of resources on local and Science -
cyberbullying/harassment in social global society Personal,
media. Community,
Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.2.4 Explain how access to technology The impact of computing Science 35 Computer Click Here
helps empower individuals and resources on local and Science -
groups (e.g., gives them access to global society Personal,
information, the ability to Community,
communicate with others around Global, and
the world, and allows them to buy Ethical Impact
and sell things).
SC.35.CS-PC.2.5 Identify ways in which people with The impact of computing Science 35 Computer Click Here
special needs access and use resources on local and Science -
adaptive technology. global society Personal,
Community,
Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.2.6 Communicate about technology The impact of computing Science 35 Computer Click Here
using appropriate terminology. resources on local and Science -
global society Personal,
Community,
Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.2.7 Identify and describe how The impact of computing Science 35 Computer Click Here
computing knowledge is essential to resources on local and Science -
performing important tasks and global society Personal,
functions. Community,
Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.3.1 Identify digital information Evaluation of digital Science 35 Computer Click Here
resources used to answer research information resources Science -
questions (e.g., online library Personal,
catalog, online encyclopedias, Community,
databases, and websites). Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.3.2 Gather, organize, and analyze Evaluation of digital Science 35 Computer Click Here
information from digital resources. information resources Science -
Personal,
Community,
Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.3.3 Compare digital resources for Evaluation of digital Science 35 Computer Click Here
accuracy, relevancy, and information resources Science -
appropriateness. Personal,
Community,
Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.4.1 Describe the difference between Security, privacy, Science 35 Computer Click Here
digital artifacts that are open or free information sharing, Science -
and those that are protected by ownership, licensure and Personal,
copyright. copyright Community,
Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.4.2 Explain fair use for using Security, privacy, Science 35 Computer Click Here
copyrighted materials (e.g., images, information sharing, Science -
music, video, and text). ownership, licensure and Personal,
copyright Community,
Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.4.3 Describe the purpose of copyright Security, privacy, Science 35 Computer Click Here
and the possible consequences for information sharing, Science -
inappropriate use of digital ownership, licensure and Personal,
materials that are protected by copyright Community,
copyright. Global, and
Ethical Impact
SC.35.CS-PC.4.4 Describe the threats to safe and Security, privacy, Science 35 Computer Click Here
efficient use of devices (e.g., information sharing, Science - |
SPAM, spyware, phishing, and ownership, licensure and Personal,
viruses) associated with various copyright Community,
forms of technology use (e.g., Global, and
downloading and executing Ethical Impact
software programs, following
hyperlinks, and opening files).