TN.11. Physical Science: Motion
CS.11. Objects move in ways that can be observed, described, predicted, and measured.
GQ.11. What causes objects to move differently under different circumstances?
0507.11. Checks for Understanding
0507.11.1. Predict how the amount of mass affects the distance traveled given the same amount of applied force.
0507.11.2. Prepare statements about the relationship among mass, applied force, and distance traveled.
0507.11.3. Design and conduct experiments using a simple experimental design to demonstrate the relationship among mass, force, and distance traveled.
GLE.0507.11. Grade Level Expectations
GLE.0507.11.1. Design an investigation, collect data and draw conclusions about the relationship among mass, force, and distance traveled.
SPI.0507.11. State Performance Indicators
SPI.0507.11.1. Explain the relationship that exist among mass, force, and distance traveled.
TN.12. Physical Science: Forces in Nature
CS.12. Everything in the universe exerts a gravitational force on everything else; there is an interplay between magnetic fields and electrical currents.
GQ.12. What are the scientific principles that explain gravity and electromagnetism?
0507.12. Checks for Understanding
0507.12.1. Explain and give examples of how forces act at a distance.
0507.12.2. Demonstrate how the shape of an object affects how it falls toward the earth.
0507.12.3. Design and explain an investigation exploring the earth's pull on objects.
GLE.0507.12. Grade Level Expectations
GLE.0507.12.1. Recognize that the earth attracts objects without directly touching them.
GLE.0507.12.2. Investigate how the shape of an object influences the way that it falls toward the earth.
GLE.0507.12.3. Provide examples of how forces can act at a distance.
SPI.0507.12. State Performance Indicators
SPI.0507.12.1. Recognize that the earth attracts objects without touching them.
SPI.0507.12.2. Identify the force that causes objects to fall to the earth.
SPI.0507.12.3. Use data to determine how shape affects the rate at which a material falls to earth.