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  1. (SC.6.E.6.1.) Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition
  2. (SC.6.E.6.2.) Landforms
  3. (SC.7.E.6.1.) Earth Layers
  4. (SC.7.E.6.2.) Rock Cycle and Surface Events
  5. (SC.7.E.6.3.) Measuring the Age of Earth
  6. (SC.7.E.6.4.) Theories that Earth has Evolved
  7. (SC.7.E.6.5.) Plate Tectonics
  8. (SC.7.E.6.6.) Impact of Humans on Earth
  9. (SC.7.E.6.7.) Movement of Materials
  1. (SC.6.E.7.1.) Heat Transfer
  2. (SC.6.E.7.2.) Water Cycle
  3. (SC.6.E.7.3.) Global Patterns and Weather
  4. (SC.6.E.7.4.) Interactions among the Spheres
  5. (SC.6.E.7.5.) Solar Energy and Global Patterns
  6. (SC.6.E.7.6.) Weather vs Climate
  7. (SC.6.E.7.7.) Natural Disasters and Human Life
  8. (SC.6.E.7.8.) Humans Protect Themselves
  9. (SC.6.E.7.9.) Earth's Atmosphere
  1. (SC.8.E.5.1.) Distances in Space
  2. (SC.8.E.5.2.) Galaxies and Stars
  3. (SC.8.E.5.3.) Hierarchical relationships between planets and other astronomical bodies
  4. (SC.8.E.5.4.) Gravity and Astronomical Bodies
  5. (SC.8.E.5.5.) Physical Properties of Stars
  6. (SC.8.E.5.6.) Solar Properties
  7. (SC.8.E.5.7.) Objects in Solar System
  8. (SC.8.E.5.8.) Models of Solar System
  9. (SC.8.E.5.9.) Impact of Objects in Space
  10. (SC.8.E.5.10.) Technology and Space Exploration
  11. (SC.8.E.5.11.) Electromagnetic Spectrum and Space
  12. (SC.8.E.5.12.) Space Exploration and Florida
  1. (SC.6.L.14.1.) Hierarchical Organization: cells to organisms
  2. (SC.6.L.14.2.) Cell Theory
  3. (SC.6.L.14.3.) Cells Maintain Homeostasis
  4. (SC.6.L.14.4.) Compare and Contrast Cells
  5. (SC.6.L.14.5.) Human Body Systems
  6. (SC.6.L.14.6.) Infectious Agents and Disease
  1. (SC.6.L.15.1.) Classification of Life
  2. (SC.7.L.15.1.) Fossil Evidence and Evolution
  3. (SC.7.L.15.2.) Natural Selection and Diversity
  4. (SC.7.L.15.3.) Evolution, Adaptation and Extinction
  1. (SC.7.L.16.1.) DNA, Chromosomes, Genes
  2. (SC.7.L.16.2.) Genetic Probabilities
  3. (SC.7.L.16.3.) Meiosis and Mitosis
  4. (SC.7.L.16.4.) Biotechnology
  1. (SC.7.L.17.1.) Food Webs and Energy Transfer
  2. (SC.7.L.17.2.) Relationships among Organisms
  3. (SC.7.L.17.3.) Limiting Factors in Ecosystems
  1. (SC.8.L.18.1..) Photosynthesis
  2. (SC.8.L.18.2..) Cellular Respiration
  3. (SC.8.L.18.3..) Model the Carbon Cycle
  4. (SC.8.L.18.4..) Conservation of Mass and Energy
  1. (SC.6.P.11.1.) Conservation of Energy
  2. (SC.7.P.11.1.) Heat and Temperature Change
  3. (SC.7.P.11.2.) Energy Transformations
  4. (SC.7.P.11.3.) Law of Conservation of Energy
  5. (SC.7.P.11.4.) Heat Flow and Temperature
  1. (SC.6.P.12.1.) Distance vs Time
  1. (SC.6.P.13.1.) Types of Forces
  2. (SC.6.P.13.2.) Law of Gravity
  3. (SC.6.P.13.3.) Unbalanced Forces
  1. (SC.7.P.10.1.) Sun and Radiation
  2. (SC.7.P.10.2.) Reflection, Refraction, Absorption
  3. (SC.7.P.10.3.) Waves and Speed
  1. (SC.8.P.8.1.) Atomic Theory
  2. (Sc.8.P.8.2.) Weight vs Mass
  3. (SC.8.P.8.3.) Density
  4. (SC.8.P.8.4.) Physical Properties of Matter
  5. (SC.8.P.8.5.) Elements and Compounds
  6. (SC.8.P.8.6.) Periodic Table
  7. (SC.8.P.8.7) Atomic Theory
  8. (SC.8.P.8.8.) Acids, Bases, Salts
  9. (SC.8.P.8.9.) Mixtures and Pure Substances
  1. (SC.8.P.9.1.) Law of Conservation of Mass
  2. (SC.8.P.9.2.) Physical and Chemical Changes
  3. (SC.8.P.9.3.) Temperature and Chemical Changes
  1. (SC.6.N.1.1.) Scientific Method and 6th Curriculum
  2. (SC.6.N.1.2.) Scientific Investigations Should be Replicable
  3. (SC.6.N.1.3.) Differences - Experiments and Other Investigations
  4. (SC.6.N.1.4.) Discuss Methods and Results
  5. (SC.6.N.1.5.) Creating and Explanations
  6. (SC.6.N.2.1.) Scientific Thought
  7. (SC.6.N.2.2.) Scientific Knowledge
  8. (SC.6.N.2.3.) Scientists and Their Contributions
  9. (SC.6.N.3.1.) Scientific Theory
  10. (SC.6.N.3.2.) Scientific Law
  11. (SC.6.N.3.3.) Examples of Laws
  12. (SC.6.N.3.4.) Role of Models
  13. (SC.7.N.1.1.) Scientific Method
  14. (SC.7.N.1.2.) Replication and Repetition
  15. (SC.7.N.1.3.) Experiments versus Investigations
  16. (SC.7.N.1.5) Scientific Method in the fields of science
  17. (SC.7.N.1.4.) Experimental Variables
  18. (SC.7.N.1.7.) Science Knowledge and Community
  19. (SC.7.N.1.6.) Empirical Evidence
  20. (SC.7.N.2.1.) Changing Scientific Knowledge
  21. (SC.7.N.3.1.) Theories, Laws and Evidence
  22. (SC.7.N.3.2.) Scientific Models
  23. (SC.8.N.1.1) Scientific Investigation
  24. (SC.8.N.1.4) Hypotheses