Courses of Study: Credit Recovery Science

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Credit Recovery Science (2005)
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1.) Select appropriate tools and technological resources needed to gather, analyze, and interpret data.

Examples: platform balances, hand lenses, computers, maps, graphs, journals

Credit Recovery Science (2005)
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2.) Identify basic properties of objects.

Examples: size, shape, color, texture

Credit Recovery Science (2005)
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3.) Describe effects of forces on objects, including change of speed, direction, and position.

Credit Recovery Science (2005)
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4.) Describe survival traits of living things, including color, shape, size, texture, and covering.

•  Classifying plants and animals according to physical traits
Examples:

- animals—six legs on insects,

- plants—green leaves on evergreen trees

•  Identifying developmental stages of plants and animals
Examples:

- plants—seed developing into seedling, seedling developing into tree;

- animals—piglet developing into pig, kid developing into goat

•  Describing a variety of habitats and natural homes of animals
Credit Recovery Science (2005)
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5.) Identify parts of the human body, including the head, neck, shoulders, arms, spine, and legs.

•  Recognizing the importance of a balanced diet for healthy bones
•  Discussing the relationship of muscles and bones to locomotion
•  Discussing the relationship of bones to protection of vital organs
Example: protection of brain by skull

•  Identifying technology used by scientists to study the human body
Examples: X-ray images, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Credit Recovery Science (2005)
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6.) Recognize evidence of animals that no longer exist.

Credit Recovery Science (2005)
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7.) Identify components of Earth's surface, including soil, rocks, and water.

Credit Recovery Science (2005)
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8.) Recognize daily changes in weather, including clouds, precipitation, and temperature.

•  Recognizing instruments used to observe weather
Examples: thermometer, rain gauge, wind sock, weather vane

•  Recording weather data using weather journals, charts, and maps
Credit Recovery Science (2005)
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9.) Identify ways to conserve Earth's resources.

Example: turning off lights and water when not in use

Credit Recovery Science (2005)
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All Resources: 9
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Multimedia: 2
Unit Plans: 0
10.) Describe uses of recycled materials.

Examples: manufacture of paper products from old newspapers, production of mulch from trees

Credit Recovery Science (2005)
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11.) Compare the day sky to the night sky as observed with the unaided eye.