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EL4SCIFM01000EL4-SCI.FM.01.00.0Demonstrate an understanding of the factors that effect the motion of an object (friction, work, resistance, lubrication.)
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EL4SCIFM01A0EL4-SCI.FM.01.A.0Apply Hebrews 3:4 to this essential standard.
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EL4SCIFM02000EL4-SCI.FM.02.00.0Define and apply Newton's Laws of Motion
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EL4SCIFM02A0EL4-SCI.FM.02.A.0Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence of the effects of balanced and unbalanced forces on the motion of an object. (Newton's Laws of Motion)
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EL4SCIFM02AaEL4-SCI.FM.02.A.aObserve that balanced forces do not affect an object’s motion (need to clarify that balanced forces means no change in forces acting on an object.)
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EL4SCIFM02AbEL4-SCI.FM.02.A.bDescribe how unbalanced forces acting on an object changes its speed (faster/slower), direction of motion, or both (need to clarify that unbalanced forces means any change in forces acting on an object.)
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EL4SCIFM02B0EL4-SCI.FM.02.B.0Make observations and/or measurements of an object’s motion to provide evidence that a pattern can be used to predict future motion. (Newton's Laws of Motion)
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EL4SCIFM02BaEL4-SCI.FM.02.B.aClassify different types of motion [straight line, curved, vibrating (back and forth.)]
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EL4SCIFM02BbEL4-SCI.FM.02.B.bDescribe an object’s motion in terms of distance, direction, and time.
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EL4SCIFM02C0EL4-SCI.FM.02.C.0Use evidence to construct an explanation relating the speed of an object to the energy of that object. (Newton's Laws)
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EL4SCIFM02CaEL4-SCI.FM.02.C.aPredict how the change in speed of an object (i.e., faster/slower/remains the same) is affected by the amount of force applied to an object and the mass of the object.
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EL4SCIFM02D0EL4-SCI.FM.02.D.0Ask questions and predict outcomes about the changes in energy that occur when objects collide. (Newton's Laws)
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EL4SCIFM02E0EL4-SCI.FM.02.E.0Apply Hebrews 3:4 to this essential standard.
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EL4SCIFM03000EL4-SCI.FM.03.00.0Investigate how work can be done using simple machines.
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EL4SCIFM03A0EL4-SCI.FM.03.A.0Manipulate objects using simple machines (pulley, inclined plane, wedge, screw, lever, wheel and axle.)
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EL4SCIFM02B0EL4-SCI.FM.02.B.0Apply Hebrews 3:4 to this essential standard.
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EL4SCIFM04000EL4-SCI.FM.04.00.0Determine cause and effect relationships of electric or magnetic interactions between two objects not in contact with each other.
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EL4SCIFM04A0EL4-SCI.FM.04.A.0Hypothesize and observe the effects of an electrostatic force (static electricity) on the motion of objects (attract or repel.)
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EL4SCIFM04B0EL4-SCI.FM.04.B.0Define and demonstrate magnetism as a force that can push or pull other objects without touching them.
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EL4SCIFM04C0EL4-SCI.FM.04.C.0Conclude magnets attract and repel each other and certain materials.
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EL4SCIFM04D0EL4-SCI.FM.04.D.0Apply Hebrews 3:4 to this essential standard.
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EL4SCIFM05000EL4-SCI.FM.05.00.0Create a simple design problem that can be solved by applying scientific ideas about magnets.
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EL4SCIFM05A0EL4-SCI.FM.05.A.0Make observations about magnets using simple tools and equipment.
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EL4SCIFM05B0EL4-SCI.FM.05.B.0Apply Hebrews 3:4 to this essential standard.
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EL4SCIME01000EL4-SCI.ME.01.00.0Make observations to provide evidence that energy can be transferred from place to place by sound, light, heat, and electric currents.
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EL4SCIME01A0EL4-SCI.ME.01.A.0Demonstrate an understanding of the properties of light and sound as forms of energy.
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EL4SCIME01B0EL4-SCI.ME.01.B.0Construct and diagram a complete electric circuit by using a source (e.g., battery), means of transfer (e.g., wires), and receiver (e.g., resistance bulbs, motors, fans.)
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EL4SCIME01C0EL4-SCI.ME.01.C.0Observe and describe the evidence of energy transfer in an (open, closed, series, or parallel) electrical circuit (e.g., lit bulb, moving motor, fan) relative to a switch.
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EL4SCIME01D0EL4-SCI.ME.01.D.0Summarize the evidence of energy transformations (temperature change, light, sound, motion, and magnetic effects) that occur in electrical circuits.
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EL4SCIME01E0EL4-SCI.ME.01.E.0Apply Romans 1:20 to this essential standard.
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EL4SCIME02000EL4-SCI.ME.02.00.0Interpret a model to describe that matter is made of particles too small to be seen.
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EL4SCIME02A0EL4-SCI.ME.02.A.0Describe how changes in state (i.e., freezing/melting, condensating/evaporating/boiling) provide evidence that matter is made of particles too small to be seen.
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EL4SCIME02E0EL4-SCI.ME.02.E.0Apply Romans 1:20 to this essential standard.
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EL4SCIME03000EL4-SCI.ME.03.00.0Make observations and measurements to identify materials based on their properties.
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EL4SCIME03A0EL4-SCI.ME.03.A.0Classify types of materials (e.g., water, salt, sugar, iron filings, salt water) into “like” substances (materials that have specific physical properties) or mixtures of substances by using their characteristic properties.
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EL4SCIME03B0EL4-SCI.ME.03.B.0Classify matter as a solid, a liquid, or a gas, as it exists at room temperature, using physical properties (i.e., volume, shape, ability to flow.)
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EL4SCIME03C0EL4-SCI.ME.03.C.0Model ways to separate the components of a mixture/solution by their properties (i.e., sorting, filtration, magnets, screening.)
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EL4SCIME03D0EL4-SCI.ME.03.D.0Apply Romans 1:20 to this essential standard.
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EL4SCIME04000EL4-SCI.ME.04.00.0Measure and graph quantities to provide evidence that regardless of the type of change that occurs when heating, cooling, or mixing substances, the total weight of matter is conserved.
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EL4SCIME04A0EL4-SCI.ME.04.A.0Calculate that the total mass of a material, such as water, remains constant whether it is together, in parts, or in a different state.
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EL4SCIME04B0EL4-SCI.ME.04.B.0Apply Romans 1:20 to this essential standard.
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EL4SCIME05000EL4-SCI.ME.05.00.0Conduct an investigation to determine whether the mixing of two or more substances results in new substances.
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EL4SCIME05A0EL4-SCI.ME.05.A.0Observe and describe how mixtures are made by combining solids or liquids, or a combination of these.
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EL4SCIME05B0EL4-SCI.ME.05.B.0Distinguish between the components in a mixture/solution (e.g., trail mix, conglomerate rock, salad, soil, salt water.)
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EL4SCIME05C0EL4-SCI.ME.05.C.0Identify water as a solvent that dissolves materials (Do NOT assess the term solvent.)
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EL4SCIME05D0EL4-SCI.ME.05.D.0Apply Romans 1:20 to this essential standard.
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EL4SCISI01000EL4-SCI.SI.01.00.0Create a simple design problem reflecting a need or a want that includes specified criteria for success and constraints on materials, time, or cost.
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EL4SCISI02000EL4-SCI.SI.02.00.0Generate and compare multiple possible solutions to a problem based on how well each is likely to meet the criteria and constraints of the problem.
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EL4SCISI03000EL4-SCI.SI.03.00.0Plan and carry out fair tests in which variables are controlled and failure points are considered to identify aspects of a model or prototype that can be improved.
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