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Science Level 11 Capacity Matrices

Physical Science

Measurement Topic: SC.11.H11 Newton's laws of motion and gravitation describe the relationships among forces acting on and between objects, their masses, and changes in their motion - but have limitations Capacity Matrix SC.11.H11

SC.11.H11.01.03 Gather, analyze and interpret data and create graphs regarding position, velocity and acceleration of moving objects (CAS: HS.1.1.a)

SC.11.H11.02.03 Develop, communicate and justify an evidence-based analysis of the forces acting on an object and the resultant acceleration produced by a net force (CAS: HS.1.1.b)

SC.11.H11.03.03 Develop, communicate and justify an evidence-based scientific prediction regarding the effects of the action-reaction force pairs on the motion of two interacting objects (CAS: HS.1.1.c)

SC.11.H11.04.03 Examine the effect of changing masses and distance when applying Newton's law of universal gravitation to a system of two bodies (CAS: HS.1.1.d)

SC.11.H11.05.03 Identify the limitations of Newton's laws in extreme situations (CAS: HS.1.1.e)

Measurement Topic: SC.11.H12 Matter has definite structure that determines characteristic physical and chemical properties Capacity Matrix SC.11.H12

SC.11.H12.01.03 Develop, communicate, and justify an evidence-based scientific explanation supporting the current model of an atom (CAS: HS.1.2.a)

SC.11.H12.02.03 Gather, analyze and interpret data on chemical and physical properties of elements such as density, melting point, boiling point, and conductivity (CAS: HS.1.2.b)

SC.11.H12.03.03 Use characteristic physical and chemical properties to develop predictions and supporting claims about elements' positions on the periodic table (CAS: HS.1.2.c)

SC.11.H12.04.03 Develop a model that differentiates atoms and molecules, elements and compounds, and pure substances and mixtures (CAS: HS.1.2.d)

Measurement Topic: SC.11.H13 Matter can change form through chemical or nuclear reactions abiding by the laws of conservation of mass and energy Capacity Matrix SC.11.H13

SC.11.H13.01.03 Recognize, analyze, interpret, and balance chemical equations (synthesis, decomposition, combustion, and replacement) or nuclear equations (fusion and fission) C(AS: HS.1.3.a)

SC.11.H13.02.03 Predict reactants and products for different types of chemical and nuclear reactions CAS: HS.1.3.b)

SC.11.H13.03.03 Predict and calculate the amount of products produced in a chemical reaction based on the amount of reactants (CAS: HS.1.3.c)

SC.11.H13.04.03 Examine, evaluate, question, and ethically use information from a variety of sources and media to investigate the conservation of mass and energy (CAS: HS.1.3.d)

Measurement Topic: SC.11.H14 Atoms bond in different ways to form molecules and compounds that have definite properties Capacity Matrix SC.11.H14

SC.11.H14.01.03 Develop, communicate, and justify an evidence-based scientific explanation supporting the current models of chemical bonding CAS: HS.1.4.a)

SC.11.H14.02.03 Gather, analyze, and interpret data on chemical and physical properties of different compounds such as density, melting point, boiling point, pH, and conductivity (CAS: HS.1.4.b)

SC.11.H14.03.03 Use characteristic physical and chemical properties to develop predictions and supporting claims about compounds' classification as ionic, polar or covalent (CAS: HS.1.4.c)

SC.11.H14.04.03 Describe the role electrons play in atomic bonding (CAS: HS.1.4.d)

SC.11.H14.05.03 Predict the type of bonding that will occur among elements based on their position in the periodic table (CAS: HS.1.4.e)

Measurement Topic: SC.11.H15 Energy exists in many forms such as mechanical, chemical, electrical, radiant, thermal, and nuclear, that can be quantified and experimentally determined Capacity Matrix SC.11.H15

SC.11.H15.01.03 Develop, communicate, and justify an evidence-based scientific explanation regarding the potential and kinetic nature of mechanical energy (CAS: HS.1.5.a)

SC.11.H15.02.03 Use appropriate measurements, equations and graphs to gather, analyze, and interpret data on the quantity of energy in a system or an object (CAS: HS.1.5.b)

SC.11.H15.03.03 Use direct and indirect evidence to develop predictions of the types of energy associated with objects (CAS: HS.1.5.c)

SC.11.H15.04.03 Identify different energy forms, and calculate their amounts by measuring their defining characteristics (CAS: HS.1.5.d)

Measurement Topic: SC.11.H16 When energy changes form, it is neither created not destroyed; however, because some is necessarily lost as heat, the amount of energy available to do work decreases Capacity Matrix SC.11.H16

SC.11.H16.01.03 Use direct and indirect evidence to develop and support claims about the conservation of energy in a variety of systems, including transformations to heat (CAS: HS.1.6.a)

SC.11.H16.02.03 Evaluate the energy conversion efficiency of a variety of energy transformations (CAS: HS.1.6.b)

SC.11.H16.03.03 Describe energy transformations both quantitatively and qualitatively (CAS: HS.1.6.c)

SC.11.H16.04.03 Differentiate among the characteristics of mechanical and electromagnetic waves that determine their energy (CAS: HS.1.6.d)

SC.11.H16.05.03 Examine, evaluate, question, and ethically use information from a variety of sources and media to investigate energy conservation and loss (CAS: HS.1.6.e)

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