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The Nature of Science and Technology15%
Scientific Thinking15%
The Physical Setting28%
The Living Environment20%
The Mathematical World11%
Historical Perspectives and Common Themes11%
  • Questions: 1,669
  • Technology Enhanced Items: 203
  • Instructional Videos: 100
  • Vocabulary Terms: 507

Test Standards

The Nature of Science and Technology
1. (6.1.1)  Scientific Knowledge
2. (6.1.2)  Natural Phenomena
3. (6.1.3)  Hypotheses Are Valuable
4. (6.1.4)  Scientists Employers
5. (6.1.5)  Scientists Work Where
6. (6.1.6)  Computers Invaluable In Science
7. (6.1.7)  Technology
8. (6.1.8)  Technology Not Always Successful
9. (6.1.9)  Technologies Influence Living Things
Scientific Thinking
1. (6.2.1)  Mean And Median
2. (6.2.2)  Data Analysis & Technology
3. (6.2.3)  Capturing Information Tools
4. (6.2.4)  Mechanical Devices
5. (6.2.5)  Simple Tables And Graphs
6. (6.2.6)  Read Simple Tables And Graphs
7. (6.2.7)  Locate Information
8. (6.2.8)  Analyze, Interpret A Given Set
9. (6.2.9)  Compare Consumer Products
The Physical Setting
1. (6.3.1)  Compare And Contrast Planets
2. (6.3.2)  Planets Change Their Position
3. (6.3.3)  Earth Orbit The Sun
4. (6.3.4)  Earth Supports Life
5. (6.3.5)  Different Seasons
6. (6.3.6)  Moon Phases
7. (6.3.7)  Characterizing Earth
8. (6.3.8)  Fresh Water
9. (6.3.9)  Illustrate Water Cycling
10. (6.3.10)  Ocean Water Motions
11. (6.3.11)  Oceans Effects On Climate
12. (6.3.12)  Humans Protect Themselves
13. (6.3.13)  Human Activities Effect Weather
14. (6.3.14)  Rare Minerals
15. (6.3.15)  Weathered Rock
16. (6.3.16)  Chemicals In Atmosphere
17. (6.3.17)  Energy Is A Property
18. (6.3.18)  New Material
19. (6.3.19)  Magnification
20. (6.3.20)  Masses And Densities
21. (6.3.21)  Light
22. (6.3.22)  Vibrations In Materials
23. (6.3.23)  Electrical Circuits
The Living Environment
1. (6.4.1)  Organism Distinctions
2. (6.4.2)  Hard To Classify Organisms
3. (6.4.3)  Food And Reproduction
4. (6.4.4)  Mating And Species
5. (6.4.5)  Microscopic Cells
6. (6.4.6)  Plant And Animal Cell Differences
7. (6.4.7)  Cell Two-thirds Water
8. (6.4.8)  Organisms Compete
9. (6.4.9)  Competitive Or Cooperative Relationship
10. (6.4.10)  Earth Life Need Sun
11. (6.4.11)  Human Body Systems
12. (6.4.12)  Humans Similar And Different
13. (6.4.13)  Humans Use Technology
The Mathematical World
1. (6.5.1)  Inverse Operations
2. (6.5.2)  Data Precision And Usefulness
3. (6.5.3)  Sphere Distorted On Flat Surface
4. (6.5.4)  Graphs Help Show Patterns
5. (6.5.5)  Describe An Event, Object
6. (6.5.6)  Occurrence Of Future Events
7. (6.5.7)  Fractions, Percentages, Or Odds
Historical Perspectives and Common Themes
1. (6.6.1)  Materials
2. (6.6.2)  Basic Kinds Of Matter
3. (6.6.3)  Antoine Lavoisier
4. (6.7.1)  System Composed Of Subsystem
5. (6.7.2)  Use Models
6. (6.7.3)  Feedback Mechanisms