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Science Level 03 Capacity Matrices

Physical Science

Measurement Topic: SC.03.311 Matter exists in different states such as solids, liquids and gases and can change from one state to another by heating and cooling Capacity Matrix SC.03.311‎

SC.03.311.01.03 Analyze and interpret observations about matter as it freezes and melts, and boils and condenses (CAS: 3.1.1.a)

SC.03.311.02.03 Use evidence to develop a scientific explanation around how heating and cooling affects states of matter (CAS 3.1.1.b)

SC.03.311.03.03 Identify the state of any sample of matter (CAS: 3.1.1.c)

Life Science

Measurement Topic: SC.03.321 The duration and timing of life cycle events such as reproduction and longevity vary across organisms and species Capacity Matrix SC.03.321

SC.03.321.01.03 Use evidence to develop a scientific explanation regarding the stages of how organisms develop and change over time (CAS: 3.2.1.a)

SC.03.321.02.03 Analyze and interpret data to generate evidence that different organisms develop differently over time (CAS: 3.2.1.b)

SC.03.321.03.03 Use a variety of media to collect and analyze data regarding how organisms develop (CAS: 3.2.1.c)


Earth Systems Science

Measurement Topic: SC.03.331 Earth's materials can be broken down and/or combined into different materials such as rocks, minerals, rock cycle, formation of soil, and sand - some of which are usable resources for human activity Capacity Matrix SC.03.331.01.03.xlsx‎‎

SC.03.331.01.03 Investigate and identify two or more ways that Earth's materials can be broken down and/or combined in different ways such as minerals into rocks, rock cycle, formation of soil, and sand (CAS: 3.3.1.a)

SC.03.331.02.03 Use evidence to develop a scientific explanation about one or more processes that break down and/or combine Earth materials (CAS: 3.3.1.b)

SC.03.331.03.03 Utilize a variety of media sources to collect and analyze data around Earth's materials and the processes by which they are formed (CAS: 3.3.1.c)


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