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Using interactives, students will demonstrate that gravity is the force that governs the motion of our solar system.
Introduction to Plate Tectonics
This resource is intended to use for Tier I classroom instruction.
This resource can be used, in conjunction with best practices, for Tier I classroom instruction.
Dichotomous Keys Murder Mystery
A resource for the instruction of (7)(11)(A) involving the use of dichotomous keys for identification.
A Tier I resource for TEKS (6)(9)(C), energy transformations.
Matter and Energy - Elements versus Compounds
Given illustrations or descriptions, students will differentiate between elements and compounds.
Matter and Energy - Density
Given diagrams, data, or scenarios, students will calculate density to identify unknown substances.
Potential and Kinetic Energy
Given descriptions, illustrations, or scenarios, students will compare and contrast potential and kinetic energy.
Given descriptions, illustrations, or scenarios, students will identify energy transformations, such as how energy in a flashlight battery changes from chemical energy to electric energy to light energy.
Given diagrams, data, or scenarios, students will calculate average speed using distance and time measurements.
Matter and Energy - Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids
Given illustrations or descriptions, students will compare metals, nonmetals, and metalloids using physical properties such as luster, conductivity, or malleability.
Matter and Energy—Chemical Reactions
Given descriptions or illustrations, students will investigate how evidence of chemical reactions indicates that new substances with different properties are formed.
Changes in Motion
Given diagrams or scenarios, students will measure and graph changes in motion.
Changes in Speed and Direction
Given descriptions, illustrations, graphs, charts, or equations, students will demonstrate and calculate how unbalanced forces change the speed or direction of an objects motion.
Work and Force
Given descriptions, illustrations, graphs, or charts, students will contrast situations where work is done with different amounts of force to situations where no work is done, such as moving a box with a ramp and without a ramp or standing still.
Matter and Energy—Food Chains, Food Webs, and Energy Pyramids
Given scenarios and descriptions, students will be able to diagram the flow of energy through living systems, including food chains, food webs, and energy pyramids.
Human Activity in Watersheds
Given scenarios, descriptions, maps and illustrations, students will be able to model the effects of human activity on groundwater and surface water in a watershed.
Organisms and Environments—Levels of Organization
Given descriptions or illustrations, students will be able to recognize levels of organization in plants and animals, including cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, and organisms.
Given descriptions or illustrations, students will be able to identify the main functions of the systems of the human organism.
Organisms and Environments—Cell Theory
Given descriptions or illustrations, students will be able to recognize that according to the cell theory all organisms are composed of cells, and compare the functions of a cell to the functions of organisms.