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  • Vocabulary Terms 361
  • Performance Tasks 217
  • Instructional Videos 127

Test Standards

  1. (PS-1.1) Generate hypotheses scientific information
  2. (PS-1.2) Use appropriate laboratory apparatuses
  3. (PS-1.3) Use scientific instruments
  4. (PS-1.4) Design a scientific investigation
  5. (PS-1.5) Organize and Interpret data
  6. (PS-1.6) Evaluate results scientific investigation
  7. (PS-1.7) Evaluate technological design/product
  8. (PS-1.8) scientific investigation technological design.
  9. (PS-1.9) Use appropriate safety procedures
  1. (PS-2.1) Subatomic particles
  2. (PS-2.2) atoms stable unstable isotopes
  3. (PS-2.3) Periodic table trends
  4. (PS-2.4) Atomic number mass number
  5. (PS-2.5) Electron arrangement charge
  6. (PS-2.6) Compare fission and fusion
  7. (PS-2.7) Nuclear applications consequences
  1. (PS-3.1) chemical vs physical properties
  2. (PS-3.2) Organic inorganic substances
  3. (PS-3.3) molecule/atom difference
  4. (PS-3.4) Classify matter substance mixture
  5. (PS-3.5) temperature and dissolving
  6. (PS-3.6) Four states of matter
  7. (PS-3.7) Phase change
  8. (PS-3.8) Classify solutions acids bases
  1. (PS-4.1) bonding and chemical stability
  2. (PS-4.2) Covalent bonding chemical stability
  3. (PS-4.3) Ions form crystal lattices
  4. (PS-4.4) compounds crystalline or molecular
  5. (PS-4.5) Predict binary ionic compounds
  6. (PS-4.6) Chemical and physical changes
  7. (PS-4.7) Balanced chemical equations
  8. (PS-4.8) Summarize evidence chemical reaction
  9. (PS-4.9) Balance equations
  10. (PS-4.10) Chemical equations balanced unbalanced
  11. (PS-4.11) temperature and reaction rates
  1. (PS-5.1) Distance, time, direction, velocity
  2. (PS-5.2) Formula v = d/t
  3. (PS-5.3) Changes in velocity acceleration
  4. (PS-5.4) Determine acceleration
  5. (PS-5.5) Gravity affects velocity
  6. (PS-5.6) Linear distance time graphs
  7. (PS-5.7) three laws of motion
  8. (PS-5.8) Formula F = ma
  9. (PS-5.9) Formula FW = mag
  10. (PS-5.10) Gravitation mass distance
  1. (PS-6.1) conservation of energy
  2. (PS-6.2) Kinetic potential energy
  3. (PS-6.3) Force work displacement energy
  4. (PS-6.4) Formula W = Fd
  5. (PS-6.5) Static electric charge
  6. (PS-6.6) Ohm’s law
  7. (PS-6.7) Formula V = IR
  8. (PS-6.8) Electric circuit diagram
  9. (PS-6.9) Simple series parallel circuits
  10. (PS-6.10) alternating current (AC) direct current (DC)
  11. (PS-6.11) Magnetism movement electric charges
  1. (PS-7.1) Energy of waves
  2. (PS-7.2) Mechanical waves
  3. (PS-7.3) Waves characteristics
  4. (PS-7.4) Velocity of wave
  5. (PS-7.5) Electromagnetic spectrum
  6. (PS-7.6) sound/light wave reflection interference
  7. (PS-7.7) Doppler effect

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