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Subject Area: Science 5th Grade FCAT Testing Legend: ** Annually Assessed (tested every year)

9 Weeks

Essential Questions

* Content sampled (tested every 3 years) No stars=Not tested

Content & Substance What students will know and be able to do Content

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Why are atoms the building blocks of the world? What is the difference between a physical and chemical change? How can you tell the difference between a mixture and a solution?

Matter: • • • • • • •

atoms as building blocks basic atomic structure molecules elements and compounds physical and chemical change mixtures and solutions movement of molecules within each state of matter

How do molecules move within each state of matter? Does mass change when heat expands the volume? How does a roller coaster represent potential and kinetic energy?

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Energy: • • • • • •

heat transfer (conduction, convection, and radiation) potential and kinetic renewable and nonrenewable energy transfer (biotic and abiotic)

Skills

Uses scientific method to solve real world problems Diagrams and labels a basic atom

Organization of Knowledge Recommended Lessons with Supporting Resources

Free to Exceed Pendulum Swing

Compares and contrasts element and compound Compares and contrasts a physical and chemical change

Salt Water Evaporation Lab

Distinguishes between mixtures and solutions

Sunshine State Standard Benchmarks Addressed H.1.2.1** H.1.2.2** H.1.2.3 H.1.2.4** H.1.2.5* H.2.2.1* H.3.2.1** H.3.2.2** H.3.2.3** H.3.2.4**

Clear & Compelling Standards Assessment

Recommended:

Required: District Benchmark Assessment

Illustrates the movement of molecules within each state of matter

Relates heat to the movement of molecules

June 2005

Roller Coaster Lab

A. 2.2.1* A.1.2.5* A.1.2.4** A.1.2.2*

Provides examples of potential and kinetic energy Provides examples of renewable and nonrenewable energy

August 2005

B.1.2.1** B.1.2.2** B.1.2.4** B.1.2.6* 1

Subject Area: Science 5th Grade FCAT Testing Legend: ** Annually Assessed (tested every year)

9 Weeks

Essential Questions

* Content sampled (tested every 3 years) No stars=Not tested

Content & Substance What students will know and be able to do Content

What is the criteria for a resource to be classified as renewable or nonrenewable?

Skills

Organization of Knowledge Recommended Lessons with Supporting Resources

June 2005

Sunshine State Standard Benchmarks Addressed

Clear & Compelling Standards Assessment

Diagrams the flow of energy in a variety of systems Documents a scientific investigation in a science journal Analyzes and communicates results of an investigation

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August 2005

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Subject Area: Science 5th Grade FCAT Testing Legend: ** Annually Assessed (tested every year)

9 Weeks

Essential Questions

* Content sampled (tested every 3 years) No stars=Not tested

Content & Substance

Organization of Knowledge

What students will know and be able to do Content

2nd

How does gravity affect everything on earth? Why do competitive swimmers shave their bodies? Why is it harder to ride a bike uphill than downhill? Why is the placement of a fulcrum important to a lever?

Force and Motion: • inertia • action and reaction • gravity and friction • net force • relationship between force and distance

Skills Recognizes the use of models Applies the use of scientific tools to real world problems Describes the strength of a force and its effect on an object Relates how mass affects motion Illustrates a lever and fulcrum Documents a scientific investigation in a science journal

Recommended Lessons with Supporting Resources

June 2005

Sunshine State Standard Benchmarks Addressed

Free to Exceed H.1.2.1** Electrical Circuits H.1.2.2** H.1.2.3 Alka-Seltzer H.1.2.4** Rockets H.1.2.5* H.3.2.1** H.3.2.2** FPL Energy H.3.2.3** Encounter Field Trip C.2.2.2** Robert Kramph C.2.2.4** Presentation C.2.2.3*

Clear & Compelling Standards Assessment

Recommended:

Required: District Benchmark Assessment

C.2.2.1*

Analyzes and communicates results of an investigation

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August 2005

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Subject Area: Science 5th Grade FCAT Testing Legend: ** Annually Assessed (tested every year)

9 Weeks

Essential Questions

* Content sampled (tested every 3 years) No stars=Not tested

Content & Substance

Organization of Knowledge

What students will know and be able to do

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How do natural weather phenomena change the surface of the earth?

Content

Skills

Earth Science:

Recognizes the use of models

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Where does the sun shine at midnight and why?



earth is in a continuous state of change slow process (weathering, erosion, deposition) rapid process (earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes) seismic waves

Space: Why do we have seasons? Why does the moon appear different during the month? How do solar panels work? How does the position of the earth in our solar system support life?

Version 1

• • • • •

tilt of the earth moon phases solar energy solar system galaxy

Identifies geological features that result from the movement of the earth’s crust

Recommended Lessons with Supporting Resources

Free to Exceed Plate Tectonics

Documents a scientific investigation in a science journal

Illustrates and labels moon phases in relationship to earth Identifies the ways solar energy is collected and used on earth

Sunshine State Standard Benchmarks Addressed H.1.2.1** H.1.2.2** H.1.2.3 H.1.2.4** H.1.2.5* H.3.2.2**

Clear & Compelling Standards Assessment

Recommended:

D.1.2.1* D.1.2.4** D.1.2.5**

Analyzes and communicates results of an investigation

Illustrates and describes how the tilt of the earth and angled sun rays affect the length of day, night and day, seasons, and amount of energy available

June 2005

Required: District Benchmark Assessment

IRCC Planetarium Field Trip

Direct and Indirect Sunlight Demonstrations

E.1.2.1** E.1.2.2* E.1.2.3* E.1.2.4* E.1.2.5* E.2.2.1*

Illustrates and labels the positions and relative sizes of the inner and outer planets Identifies the sun as the closest star to earth

August 2005

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Subject Area: Science 5th Grade FCAT Testing Legend: ** Annually Assessed (tested every year)

9 Weeks

Essential Questions

* Content sampled (tested every 3 years) No stars=Not tested

Content & Substance

Organization of Knowledge

What students will know and be able to do Content

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What is a biome? What is the relationship between the biotic and the abiotic parts of a biome? What factors determine the stability of a biome? What is our responsibility to preserve the biomes of the world?

Version 1

Skills

Integration of science concepts: • biomes, including: tundras coniferous forests tropical rain forests deciduous forests deserts grasslands fresh water ecosystems salt water ecosystems

Predicts events and draws conclusions School Choice Creates a class project to demonstrate understanding of a biome Identifies the ecosystems that exist within each biome Documents a scientific investigation in a science journal Analyzes and communicates results of an investigation

August 2005

Recommended Lessons with Supporting Resources

Free to Exceed Feeding Structure of Birds Indian River Lagoon Field Trip Smithsonian Ecosystem Field Trip Oxbow EcoCenter

June 2005

Sunshine State Standard Benchmarks Addressed H.1.2.1** H.1.2.2** H.1.2.3 H.1.2.4** H.1.2.5* H.2.2.1* H.3.2.2**

Clear & Compelling Standards Assessment

Recommended:

F.1.2.2* F.1.2.3** G.1.2.1* G.1.2.2** G.1.2.3** G.1.2.4* G.1.2.5* G.1.2.6* G.1.2.7* G.2.2.1** G.2.2.2* G.2.2.3*

Required: District Benchmark Assessment

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