Science Worksheets and Study Guides Seventh Grade. Energy: Forms and Changes

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Missouri Standards

MO.1. Properties and Principals of Matter and Energy
1.2. Energy has a source, can be stored, and can be transferred but is conserved within a system
1.2.A. Forms of energy have a source, a means of transfer (work and heat), and a receiver
1.2.A.a. Scope and Sequence - Forms of Energy: Heat: Identify thermal energy as the random motion (kinetic energy) of molecules or atoms within a substance
1.2.A.c. Scope and Sequence - Forms of Energy: Heat: Identify thermal energy is transferred as heat from warmer objects to cooler objects until both reach the same temperature (equilibrium)
1.2.A.e. Scope and Sequence - Forms of Energy: Heat: Describe how heat is transferred by conduction, convection, and radiation, and classify examples of each
1.2.F. Energy can be transferred within a system as the total amount of energy remains constant (i.e., Law of Conservation of Energy)
1.2.F.a. Scope and Sequence - Energy Transformations: Identify the different energy transformations that occur between different systems (e.g., chemical energy in battery converted to electricity in circuit converted to light and heat from a bulb)
1.2.F.b. Scope and Sequence - Energy Transformations: Identify that, during an energy transformation, heat is often transferred from one object (system) to another because of a difference in temperature
1.2.F.c. Scope and Sequence - Energy Transformations: Recognize and describe how energy is not lost but conserved as it is transferred and transformed
MO.5. Processes and Interactions of the Earth's Systems (Geosphere, Atmosphere, and Hydrosphere)
5.3. Human activity is dependent upon and affects Earth's resources and systems
5.3.A. Earth's materials are limited natural resource's affected by human activity
5.3.A.a. Scope and Sequence - Energy Transformations: Distinguish between renewable (e.g., geothermal, hydroelectric) and nonrenewable (e.g., fossil fuel) energy sources
MO.7. Scientific Inquiry
7.1. Science understanding is developed through the use of science process skills, scientific knowledge, scientific investigation, reasoning, and critical thinking
7.1.B. Scientific inquiry relies upon gathering evidence from qualitative and quantitative observations
7.1.B.d. Scope and Sequence - All Units: Measure length to the nearest millimeter, mass to the nearest gram, volume to the nearest milliliter, force (weight) to the nearest Newton, temperature to the nearest degree Celsius, time to the nearest second
7.1.B.e. Scope and Sequence - All Units: Compare amounts/measurements
MO.8. Impact of Science, Technology and Human Activity
8.3. Science and technology affect, and are affected by, society
8.3.B. Social, political, economic, ethical and environmental factors strongly influence, and are influenced by, the direction of progress of science and technology
8.3.B.b. Scope and Sequence - All Units: Identify and evaluate the physical, social, economic, and/or environmental problems that may be overcome using science and technology (e.g., the need for alternative fuels, human travel in space, AIDS)

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