New York The Living Environment Practice

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Scientific Inquiry as a Creative Process 10%
Scientific Inquiry Requires Ingenuity 10%
Observations Provide Insight 10%
Living vs. Nonliving 10%
Genetics 10%
Change Over Time 10%
Reproduction and Development 10%
Dynamic Equilibrium 10%
Interactions 10%
Human Impact 10%
  • Questions 3,341
  • Vocabulary Terms 623
  • Performance Tasks 310
  • Instructional Videos 118

Test Standards

Scientific Inquiry as a Creative Process
1. (1.1)  Scientific Explanations
2. (1.2)  Hone Ideas
3. (1.3)  Competing Explanations
4. (1.4)  Alternative Representations
Scientific Inquiry Requires Ingenuity
1. (2.1)  Observations
2. (2.2)  Research
3. (2.3)  Test Explanations
4. (2.4)  Research Plan
Observations Provide Insight
1. (3.1)  Methods of Organizing Data
2. (3.2)  Statistical Analysis
3. (3.3)  Conclusion
4. (3.4)  Public Discussion
5. (3.5)  Publish Results
Living vs. Nonliving
1. (1.1)  Biodiversity
2. (1.2)  Organizational Levels
3. (1.3)  Unicellular Organisms
Genetics
1. (2.1)  Genetics and Heredity
2. (2.2)  Genetic Engineering
Change Over Time
1. (3.1)  Evolution
Reproduction and Development
1. (4.1)  Reproduction
Dynamic Equilibrium
1. (5.1)  Dynamic Equilibrium
2. (5.2)  Disease
3. (5.3)  Relate Processes
Interactions
1. (6.1)  Factors that Limit Growth
2. (6.2)  Preserving Diversity
3. (6.3)  Environmental Change
Human Impact
1. (7.1)  Interrelationships
2. (7.2)  Technological Development
3. (7.3)  Individual and Societal Decisions