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  • Questions 3,267
  • Vocabulary Terms 329
  • Performance Tasks 162
  • Instructional Videos 76

Test Standards

  1. (EEn.1.1.1.) Earth’s motion through space
  2. (EEn.1.1.2.) Earth's position and shape
  3. (EEn.1.1.3.) Fission, fusion, and energy in space
  4. (EEn.1.1.4.) Solar energy, magnetism and Earth
  1. (EEn2.1.1.) The rock cycle, plate tectonics, volcanoes, and earthquakes impact the lithosphere
  2. (EEn.2.1.2.) Predict the locations of volcanoes, earthquakes, and faults
  3. (En.2.1.3.) Natural actions affect Earth’s surface.
  4. (EEn.2.1.4.) Probability of and preparation for geohazards
  1. (EEn.2.2.1.) Human activities and the lithosphere
  2. (EEn.2.2.2.) Traditional energy sources
  1. (EEn.2.3.1.) Water as an energy agent
  2. (EEn.2.3.2.) Water cycle, ground and surface water
  1. (EEn.2.4.1.) Human influences on fresh water availability
  2. (EEn.2.4.2.) Human influences on NC water resources
  1. (EEn.2.5.1.) Structure of and processes within our atmosphere.
  2. (EEn.2.5.2.) Formation of typical air masses and weather systems
  3. (EE.2.5.3.) How cyclonic storms form
  4. (EEn.2.5.4.) Predicting weather
  5. (EEn.2.5.5.) Human activities affect air quality
  1. (EEn.2.6.1.) Differentiate between weather and climate
  2. (EEn.2.6.2.) Changes in global climate - natural processes
  3. (EEn.2.6.3.) Human activities and global climate
  4. (EEn.2.6.4.) Earth's systems and global climate change
  1. (EEn.2.7.1.) Abiotic and biotic factors interact to create biomes in North Carolina
  2. (EEn.2.7.2.) Biodiversity and the biosphere
  3. (EEn.2.7.3.) Human activities impact the biosphere
  1. (EEn.2.8.1.) Alternative energy resources for NC
  2. (EEn.2.8.2.) Conventional and sustainable agriculture and aquaculture practices
  3. (EEn.2.8.3.) Effects of population growth
  4. (EEn.2.8.4.) “Reduce, reuse, recycle” impact on natural resources

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