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Physical Science

 Power Standard Title Description
   
1Uniform Motion- SpeedStudents will be able to describe the constant motion of an object by investigating its change in position relative to another object or point
2Accelerated motionStudents will be able to describe the change in velocity as accelerated motion by investigating its change in position relative to another object or point
3Forces & Newton’s LawsStudents’ will analyze forces to relate the force components to Newton’s Laws of Motion
4Free fall & 2-D MotionStudents will be able apply the effects of gravity on different objects to draw conclusions on this forces effect on the motion of the object
5EnergyStudents will be able to describe and apply that energy has a source, can be stored, and can be transferred but is conserved within a system
6MomentumStudents will be able to describe and apply the Law of Conservation of Momentum
7WavesStudents will be able to describe the relationship among wavelength, energy, and frequency. Students will analyze the electromagnetic spectrum to understand how the different waves compare to one another in terms of wavelength, energy, and frequency
8Heat and Real World ApplicationsStudents will be able to differentiate and describe types of heat transfer (convection, conduction, radiation) and thermal energy, heat, and temperature
9ChemistryStudents will be able to use the periodic table and atomic model to predict the properties of atoms and substances
10InquiryThe students will be able to formulate testable questions, design and perform appropriate experiments to accurately gather and analyze data to reach a conclusion that is supported by their data