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Science Level 05 Capacity Matrices

Physical Science

Measurement Topic: '’SC.05.511 Mixtures of matter can be separated regardless of how they were created; all weight and mass of the mixture are the same as the sum of weight and mass of its parts Capacity Matrix SC.05.511

SC.05.511.01.03 Develop, communicate, and justify a procedure to separate simple mixtures based on physical properties (CAS: 5.1.1.a)

SC.05.511.02.03 Share evidence-based conclusions and an understanding of the impact on the weight/mass of a liquid or gas mixture before and after it is separated into parts (CAS: 5.1.1.b)

Life Science

Measurement Topic: SC.05.521 All organisms have structures and systems with separate functions Capacity Matrix SC.05.521

SC.05.521.01.03 Develop and communicate an evidence-based scientific explanation of the role of different organs or structures that are important for an organism's survival - in both plants and animals (CAS: 5.2.1.a)

SC.05.521.02.03 Analyze and interpret data to generate evidence that all organisms have structures that are required for survival in both plants and animals (CAS: 5.2.1.b)

SC.05.521.03.03 Create and evaluate models of plant and/or animal systems or parts (CAS: 5.2.1.c)

Measurement Topic: SC.05.522 Human body systems have basic structures, functions, and needs Capacity Matrix SC.05.522

SC.05.522.01.03 Develop and communicate an evidence-based scientific explanation regarding how humans address basic survival needs (CAS: 5.2.2.a)

SC.05.522.02.03 Analyze and interpret data to generate evidence that human systems are interdependent (CAS: 5.2.2.b)

SC.05.522.03.03 Assess further scientific explanations regarding basic human body system functions (CAS: 5.2.2.c)

SC.05.522.04.03 Create and evaluate models of human body systems and organs (CAS: 5.2.2.d)

SC.05.522.05.03 Compare and contrast a human system to that of another organism, and provide hypotheses about why the similarities and differences exist (CAS: 5.2.2.e)

Earth Systems Science

Measurement Topic: SC.05.531 Earth and Sun provide a diversity of renewable and nonrenewable resources Capacity Matrix SC.05.531

SC.05.531.01.03 Develop and communicate a scientific explanation addressing a question of local relevance about resources generated by the sun or Earth (CAS: 5.3.1.a)

SC.05.531.02.03 Analyze and interpret a variety of data to understand the origin, utilization, and concerns associated with natural resources (CAS: 5.3.1.b)

Measurement Topic: SC.05.532 Earth's surface changes constantly through a variety of processes and forces Capacity Matrix SC.05.532

SC.05.532.01.03 Analyze and interpret data identifying ways Earth's surface is constantly changing through a variety of processes and forces such as plate tectonics, erosion, deposition, solar influences, climate, and human activity (CAS: 5.3.2.a)

SC.05.532.02.03 Develop and communicate an evidence based scientific explanation around one or more factors that change Earth's surface (CAS: 5.3.2.b)

Measurement Topic: SC.05.533 Weather conditions change because of the uneven heating of Earth's surface by the Sun's energy. Weather changes are measured by differences in temperature, air pressure, wind and water in the atmosphere and type of precipitation Capacity Matrix SC.05.533

SC.05.533.01.03 Develop and communicate an evidence-based scientific explanation for changes in weather conditions (CAS: 5.3.3.a)

SC.05.533.02.03 Gather, analyze, and interpret data such as temperature, air pressure, wind, and humidity in relation to daily weather conditions (CAS: 5.3.3.b)

SC.05.533.03.03 Describe weather conditions based on data collected using a variety of weather tools (CAS: 5.3.3.c)

SC.05.533.04.03 Use data collection tools and measuring devices to gather, organize, and analyze data such as temperature, air pressure, wind, and humidity in relation to daily weather conditions (CAS: 5.3.3.d)


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