Pennsylvania Grade 5 Science Practice

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Organisms and Cells 15%
Genetics 5%
Evolution 10%
Chemistry 5%
Physics 15%
Earth's Structure, Processes and Cycles 15%
Origin and Evolution of the Universe 5%
The Scope of Technology 5%
Technology and Society 5%
Technology and Engineering Design 5%
Abilities for a Technological World 5%
The Designed World 5%
Science as Inquiry 5%
  • Questions 1,554
  • Vocabulary Terms 304
  • Performance Tasks 173
  • Instructional Videos 68

Test Standards

Organisms and Cells
1. (3.1.5.A2. )  Sun and Life
2. (3.1.5.A3. )  Life Cycles
3. (3.1.5.A5.a )  The Cell
4. (3.1.5.A5.b )  Plant vs. Animal Cells
Genetics
1. (3.1.5.B1. )  Inherited vs. Acquired
Evolution
1. (3.1.5.C1. )  Organisms Needs
2. (3.1.5.C2. )  Change Over Time
Chemistry
1. (3.2.5.A1. )  Changing States of Water
Physics
1. (3.2.5.B1. )  Mass and Motion
2. (3.2.5.B2.)  Transfer or Energy
3. (3.2.5.B3. )  Heat Waste
4. (3.2.5.B4.a)  Electrical Circuits
5. (3.2.5.B4.b )  Electromagnets
6. (3.2.5.B5.a )  Sound Transmission
7. (3.2.5.B5.b )  Vibration and Pitch
Earth's Structure, Processes and Cycles
1. (3.3.5.A1. )  Destructive and Constructive Forces
2. (3.3.5.A2. )  Raw Materials
3. (3.3.5.A3. )  Geologic Processes
4. (3.3.5.A4.)  Water Cycle
5. (3.3.5.A5.a )  Weather vs. Climate
6. (3.3.5.A5.b )  Water and Climate
Origin and Evolution of the Universe
1. (3.3.5.B1. )  Earth's Orbit
The Scope of Technology
1. (3.4.5.A1. )  Tools
2. (3.4.5.A2-3. )  Combined Technology
Technology and Society
1. (3.4.5.B1/3.)  Unintended Consequences
2. (3.4.5.B2. )  Waste
3. (3.4.5.B4.)  Technology and People
Technology and Engineering Design
1. (3.4.5.C1. )  Solutions to Problems
2. (3.4.5.C2. )  Sequences
3. (3.4.5.C3. )  Invention and Innovation
Abilities for a Technological World
1. (3.4.5.D1. )  Improve Design
2. (3.4.5.D2. )  How Things Work
3. (3.4.5.D3. )  Positive or Negative Results
The Designed World
1. (3.4.5.E1. )  Replacement for Body Parts
2. (3.4.5.E2. )  Maintain an Ecosystem
3. (3.4.5.E3. )  Use Energy
4. (3.4.5.E4.)  Clear Communication
5. (3.4.5.E5. )  Transportation Efficiency
6. (3.4.5.E6. )  Manufacturing
7. (3.4.5.E7.)  Guidelines
Science as Inquiry
1. (1)  Theories
2. (2)  Questions
3. (3)  Scientific investigation
4. (4)  Inference and Prediction
5. (5)  Appropriate Tools
6. (6)  Use Evidence
7. (7)  Alternative Explanations
8. (8)  Math
9. (9)  New Methods