Tennessee Grade 5 Science (TNReady) Practice

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Life Science42%
Earth and Space Science24%
Physical Science34%
Also includes:
  • Embedded Inquiry
  • Embedded Technology & Engineering
  • Questions: 1,994
  • Technology Enhanced Items: 194
  • Instructional Videos: 78
  • Vocabulary Terms: 406

Test Standards

Embedded Inquiry
1. (GLE 0507.Inq.1 )  Explore
2. (GLE 0507.Inq.2 )  Appropriate Tools
3. (GLE 0507.Inq.3 )  Organize Data
4. (GLE 0507.Inq.4 )  Patterns Of Evidence
5. (GLE 0507.Inq.5 )  Interpret Results
6. (GLE 0507.Inq.6 )  Compare Results
Embedded Technology & Engineering
1. (GLE 0507.T/E.1 )  Tools, Technology, And Inventions
2. (GLE 0507.T/E.2 )  Future Development
3. (GLE 0507.T/E.3 )  Enhanced Ability
4. (GLE 0507.T/E.4 )  New Scientific Advances
5. (GLE 0507.T/E.5 )  Creative Design Strategy
Life Science
1. (GLE 0507.1.1 )  Cell Functions
2. (GLE 0507.2.1 )  Nutritional Relationships
3. (GLE 0507.2.2)  How Organisms Interact
4. (GLE 0507.2.3 )  Human And Natural Impacts
5. (GLE 0507.3.1 )  Photosynthesis
6. (GLE 0507.4.1 )  Genetic Information
7. (GLE 0507.4.2 )  Nature Vs Nurture
8. (GLE 0507.5.1 )  Physical Characteristics
9. (GLE 0507.5.2 )  Fossils
Earth and Space Science
1. (GLE 0507.6.1 )  Planets
2. (GLE 0507.6.2 )  Stars
3. (GLE 0507.7.1 )  Geologic Events
4. (GLE 0507.8.1 )  Atmospheric Conditions
Physical Science
1. (GLE 0507.9.1)  Chemical Properties
2. (GLE 0507.9.2 )  Freeze, Melt, Or Evaporate
3. (GLE 0507.9.3 )  Rates
4. (GLE 0507.10.1 )  Potential And Kinetic Energy
5. (GLE 0507.10.2 )  Transfer Or Heat
6. (GLE 0507.11.1)  Mass, Force, And Distance
7. (GLE 0507.12.1 )  Earth Attracts Objects
8. (GLE 0507.12.2)  Free Fall
9. (GLE 0507.12.3 )  How Forces Act