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

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Pennsylvania Standards

PA.3. Science and Technology and Engineering Education
3.2. Physical Sciences: Chemistry and Physics
3.2.A. Chemistry
3.2.7.A3. Explain how energy transfer can affect the chemical and physical properties of matter.
3.2.B. Physics
3.2.7.B2. Describe how energy can be changed from one form to another (transformed) as it moves through a system or transferred from one system to another system.
3.2.7.B3a. Differentiate among convection, conduction, and radiation.
3.2.7.B3b. Explain why heat energy consists of the random motion and vibrations of the particles of matter.
3.2.7.B6b. (ENERGY) Demonstrate how the transfer of heat energy causes temperature changes.
PA.4. Environment and Ecology
4.3. Natural Resources
4.3.7.A. Explain how products are derived from natural resources.
4.3.7.A.2. Differentiate between renewable and nonrenewable resources.
4.5. Humans and the Environment
4.5.7.A. Describe how the development of civilization affects the use of natural resources.
4.5.7.A.1. Compare and contrast how people use natural resources in sustainable and nonsustainable ways throughout the world.
PA.SI. Science as Inquiry
SI.8. Use mathematics in all aspects of scientific inquiry.

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