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MSSCI-PSFM01000MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.00.0Apply Newton’s first, second and third laws to an object's motion.
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MSSCI-PSFM01A0MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.A.0Explain and demonstrate Newton's Third Law.
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MSSCI-PSFM01BaMS-SCI-PS.FM.01.B.aLabel the action and reaction force in a given situation.
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MSSCI-PSFM01CaMS-SCI-PS.FM.01.C.aExplain and demonstrate Newton's First and Second Law.
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MSSCI-PSFM01D0MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.D.0Differentiate between a balanced and unbalanced force.
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MSSCI-PSFM01E0MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.E.0Demonstrate Archimedes principle by predicting whether an object will sink or float.
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MSSCI-PSFM01F0MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.F.0Understand how changes in force or mass affects the motion of an object.
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MSSCI-PSFM01G0MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.G.0Differentiate between mass and weight (e.g., kg vs Newton's, spring scale vs balance).
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MSSCI-PSFM01H0MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.H.0Describe and explain the effects of friction on the motion of an object.
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MSSCI-PSFM02000MS-SCI-PS.FM.02.00.0Explain how work can be done using simple machines.
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MSSCI-PSFM02A0MS-SCI-PS.FM.02.A.0Identify simple machines in common tools and household items.
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MSSCI-PSFM02B0MS-SCI-PS.FM.02.B.0Recognize examples of work being done on an object (force applied and distance moved in the direction of the applied force) with and without the use of simple machines.
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MSSCI-PSFM02C0MS-SCI-PS.FM.02.C.0Calculate the amount of work done when a force is applied to an object over a distance (W = F x d).
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MSSCI-PSFM02D0MS-SCI-PS.FM.02.D.0Explain how simple machines affect the amount of effort force, distance through which a force is applied, and/or direction of force while doing work.
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MSSCI-PSFM02E0MS-SCI-PS.FM.02.E.0Recognize the amount of work output is never greater than the amount of work input, with or without the use of a simple machine.
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MSSCI-PSFM02F0MS-SCI-PS.FM.02.F.0Evaluate simple machine designs to determine which design requires the least amount of effort force.
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MSSCI-PSFM03000MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.00.0Determine the factors that affect the strength of electric and magnetic forces.
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MSSCI-PSFM03A0MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.A.0Differentiate between static and current electricity.
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MSSCI-PSFM03B0MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.B.0Classify items as electrical insulators and conductors.
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MSSCI-PSFM03C0MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.C.0Build series and parallel circuits.
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MSSCI-PSFM03D0MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.D.0Describe the causes of magnetism.
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MSSCI-PSFM03E0MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.E.0Compare the strength of an electromagnets that differ in the number of wraps or battery size.
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MSSCI-PSFM03F0MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.F.0Explain how a magnetic field could form an electric current.
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MSSCI-PSFM03G0MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.G.0Explain how electric current is generated today through the process of electromagnetic induction.
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MSSCI-PSFM03H0MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.H.0Describe the difference between an electric motor and an electric generator as well as their function.
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MSSCI-PSFM03I0MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.I.0Demonstrate different ways forces can be exerted without contact. (e.g., magnets, charged balloons etc.)
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MSSCI-PSFM03J0MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.J.0Recognize that the universe obeys the laws of physics.
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MSSCI-PSFM03K0MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.K.0Apply how God created not only matter but forces as well (e.g., God as the first mover as it relates to Newton's first law.)
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MSSCI-PSFM03L0MS-SCI-PS.FM.03.L.0Acknowledge that God is above the laws of physics.
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MSSCI-PSME01000MS-SCI-PS.ME.01.00.0Describe the characteristics of matter.
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MSSCI-PSME01A0MS-SCI-PS.ME.01.A.0Identify examples of physical properties of matter (e.g., solubility, ductility, malleability, density, thermal conductivity, and state of matter).
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MSSCI-PSME01B0MS-SCI-PS.ME.01.B.0Identify examples of chemical properties of matter (e.g., flammability, reactivity)
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MSSCI-PSME01C0MS-SCI-PS.ME.01.C.0Find and calculate density of an unknown substance.
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MSSCI-PSME01D0MS-SCI-PS.ME.01.D.0Differentiate between physical changes and chemical changes.
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MSSCI-PSME01E0MS-SCI-PS.ME.01.E.0Categorize matter as an element, compound, or mixture.
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MSSCI-PSME01F0MS-SCI-PS.ME.01.F.0Describe methods of separating parts of a mixture (e.g., iron from saw dust, salt from water, centrifuge).
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MSSCI-PSME02000MS-SCI-PS.ME.02.00.0Describe the atomic composition of simple molecules and extended structures
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MSSCI-PSME02A0MS-SCI-PS.ME.02.A.0Explain how the atomic theory has changed over the years.
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MSSCI-PSME02B0MS-SCI-PS.ME.02.B.0Name the parts of an atom, their location, mass, and charge. (e.g., proton, neutron, electron, valence electrons etc.)
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MSSCI-PSME02C0MS-SCI-PS.ME.02.C.0Differentiate between atoms, isotopes, and ions.
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MSSCI-PSME02D0MS-SCI-PS.ME.02.D.0Describe the structure of the periodic table (e.g., metals, nonmetals, and metalloids; groups vs. periods).
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MSSCI-PSME02E0MS-SCI-PS.ME.02.E.0Describe the difference between chemical compounds CO2 and H2O.
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MSSCI-PSME02F0MS-SCI-PS.ME.02.F.0Identify an unknown substance using an indicator (e.g., ph. paper, litmus paper, phenolphthalein)
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MSSCI-PSME03000MS-SCI-PS.ME.03.00.0Identify the properties of substances before and after the substances interact to determine if a chemical reaction has occurred.
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MSSCI-PSME03A0MS-SCI-PS.ME.03.A.0Identify four signs that indicate a chemical reaction has occurred (odor, temperature change, color, and production of precipitate and gas).
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MSSCI-PSME03B0MS-SCI-PS.ME.03.B.0Write and balance simple chemical equations to demonstrate the law of conservation of mass.
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MSSCI-PSME03C0MS-SCI-PS.ME.03.C.0Identify types of chemical reactions.
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MSSCI-PSME04000MS-SCI-PS.ME.04.00.0Predict and describe changes in particle motion, temperature, and state of a pure substance when thermal energy is added or removed.
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MSSCI-PSME04A0MS-SCI-PS.ME.04.A.0Differentiate between the arrangements and movement of particles in a solid, liquid, and gas.
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MSSCI-PSME04B0MS-SCI-PS.ME.04.B.0Describe how kinetic energy is involved in changes of state.
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MSSCI-PSME04C0MS-SCI-PS.ME.04.C.0Name the changes of state, including evaporation, sublimation, boiling, condensation, freezing, melting.
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MSSCI-PSME04D0MS-SCI-PS.ME.04.D.0Differentiate between heat and temperature.
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MSSCI-PSME04E0MS-SCI-PS.ME.04.E.0Develop and use a model to describe how the toatl number of atoms does not change in a shemical reaction and thus mass is conserved.
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MSSCI-PSME04F0MS-SCI-PS.ME.04.F.0Acknowledge that God is the creator of all matter.
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MSSCI-PSME04G0MS-SCI-PS.ME.04.G.0Illustrate how we can respect all of God’s creation starting with the smallest particle of matter.
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MSSCI-PSME04H0MS-SCI-PS.ME.04.H.0Recognize that the equation for a balanced life is to lead a life of stewardship.
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MSSCI-PSME05000MS-SCI-PS.ME.05.00.0Describe the relationships of kinetic energy to the mass of an object and to the speed of an object.
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MSSCI-PSME05A0MS-SCI-PS.ME.05.A.0Compare potential and kinetic energy.
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MSSCI-PSME05B0MS-SCI-PS.ME.05.B.0Demonstrate types of friction (e.g., kinetic sliding, kinetic rolling, static, air resistance)
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MSSCI-PSME05C0MS-SCI-PS.ME.05.C.0Identify the two factors that determine speed (distance and time).
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MSSCI-PSME05D0MS-SCI-PS.ME.05.D.0Design and perform an experiment demonstrating the effect of various factors that impact acceleration (mass, friction, speed, slope etc.)
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MSSCI-PSME05E0MS-SCI-PS.ME.05.E.0Describe the factors that affect friction (roughness of the surface, the weight of object, surface area, speed).
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MSSCI-PSME05F0MS-SCI-PS.ME.05.F.0Develop a model, picture, or diagram to describe that when the arrangement of objects interacting at a distance changes, different amounts of potential energy are stroed in the system. (e.g. positions on a hill, heights on shelf, charged balloon brought)
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MSSCI-PSME06000MS-SCI-PS.ME.06.00.0Determine the relationships among the energy transferred, the type of matter, the mass, and the change in the average kinetic energy of the particles as measured by the temperature of the sample.
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MSSCI-PSME06A0MS-SCI-PS.ME.06.A.0Explain how insulators and conductors effect thermal transfer.
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MSSCI-PSME06B0MS-SCI-PS.ME.06.B.0Differentiate between the different types of heat transfer (convection, conduction, and radiation).
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MSSCI-PSME06C0MS-SCI-PS.ME.06.C.0Define specific heat.
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MSSCI-PSME06D0MS-SCI-PS.ME.06.D.0Compare energy transfer between different types of objects.
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MSSCI-PSME06E0MS-SCI-PS.ME.06.E.0Trace the flow of energy as energy is transferred through a system.
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MSSCI-PSME06F0MS-SCI-PS.ME.06.F.0Use the law of conservation of energy to describe energy efficiency (e.g., mechanical, electric, and solar).
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MSSCI-PSME06G0MS-SCI-PS.ME.06.G.0Compare potential energy to an individual's potential to bring about the Kingdom of God.
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MSSCI-PSME06H0MS-SCI-PS.ME.06.H.0Acknowledge that God transforms us through prayer much like how energy transforms matter.
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MSSCI-PSME07000MS-SCI-PS.ME.07.00.0Describe types of waves and their characteristics.
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MSSCI-PSME07A0MS-SCI-PS.ME.07.A.0Identify and calculate wavelength, frequency, amplitude, and speed of a wave.
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MSSCI-PSME07B0MS-SCI-PS.ME.07.B.0Demonstrate the differences between longitudinal and transverse waves.
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MSSCI-PSME07C0MS-SCI-PS.ME.07.C.0Differentiate between mechanical (ocean, earthquake, and sound) and electromagnetic waves.
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MSSCI-PSME07D0MS-SCI-PS.ME.07.D.0Describe how light waves affect light brightness, intensity, and color.
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MSSCI-PSME07E0MS-SCI-PS.ME.07.E.0Relate how the pattern of liturgical colors and seasons resembles highs and lows of wave patterns.
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MSSCI-PSME07F0MS-SCI-PS.ME.07.F.0Acknowledge that Jesus is the light of the world.
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MSSCI-PSSI01000MS-SCI-PS.SI.01.00.0Use appropriate laboratory apparatuses, technology, and techniques safely and accurately when conducting a scientific investigation.
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MSSCI-PSSI01A0MS-SCI-PS.SI.01.A.0Use scientific instruments to record measurement data in appropriate metric units that reflect the precision and accuracy of each particular instrument.
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MSSCI-PSSI01B0MS-SCI-PS.SI.01.B.0Conduct a scientific investigation with appropriate methods of control to test a hypothesis (including independent and dependent variables), and evaluate the designs of sample investigations.
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MSSCI-PSSI01C0MS-SCI-PS.SI.01.C.0Organize and interpret the data from a controlled scientific investigation by using (including calculations in scientific notation, formulas, and dimensional analysis), tables, models, diagrams, and/or technology.
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MSSCI-PSSI01D0MS-SCI-PS.SI.01.D.0Evaluate the results of a controlled scientific investigation in terms of whether they refute or verify the hypothesis.
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MSSCI-PSSI01E0MS-SCI-PS.SI.01.E.0Differentiate between qualitative and quantitative data in experimental design.
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MSSCI-PSSI01F0MS-SCI-PS.SI.01.F.0Use appropriate safety procedures when conducting investigations.
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MSSCI-PSFM01000MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.00.0Apply Newton’s first, second and third laws to an object's motion.
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MSSCI-PSFM01A0MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.A.0Explain and demonstrate Newton's Third Law.
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MSSCI-PSFM01BaMS-SCI-PS.FM.01.B.aLabel the action and reaction force in a given situation.
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MSSCI-PSFM01CaMS-SCI-PS.FM.01.C.aExplain and demonstrate Newton's First and Second Law.
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MSSCI-PSFM01D0MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.D.0Differentiate between a balanced and unbalanced force.
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MSSCI-PSFM01E0MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.E.0Demonstrate Archimedes principle by predicting whether an object will sink or float.
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MSSCI-PSFM01F0MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.F.0Understand how changes in force or mass affects the motion of an object.
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MSSCI-PSFM01G0MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.G.0Differentiate between mass and weight (e.g., kg vs Newton's, spring scale vs balance).
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MSSCI-PSFM01H0MS-SCI-PS.FM.01.H.0Describe and explain the effects of friction on the motion of an object.
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MSSCI-PSFM02000MS-SCI-PS.FM.02.00.0Explain how work can be done using simple machines.
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MSSCI-PSFM02A0MS-SCI-PS.FM.02.A.0Identify simple machines in common tools and household items.
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MSSCI-PSFM02B0MS-SCI-PS.FM.02.B.0Recognize examples of work being done on an object (force applied and distance moved in the direction of the applied force) with and without the use of simple machines.
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MSSCI-PSFM02C0MS-SCI-PS.FM.02.C.0Calculate the amount of work done when a force is applied to an object over a distance (W = F x d).
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