This file contains 99 questions that go over the majority of the standards listed below. Along with the questions is a 100 slide powerpoint that coincides with EVERY QUESTION. Each slide coincides with that question on the test. This gives a visual for the students as you are going over each question. This is a great way to differentiate, verbal and visual learners.
I use these before the benchmark or milestone as a culminating assignment to see what the students weaknesses are. I do not take it for a grade, rather candy for those that get 70 or more correct. The Answers are no more than 2 words and the students love it because they can skip around to the ones they know. Like I said, throw in candy and the students will do wonders with quick questions and answers like this.
The standards used are below
S6E1. Students will explore current scientific views of the universe and how those views evolved.
a. Relate the Nature of Science to the progression of basic historical scientific models (geocentric, heliocentric) as they describe our solar system, and the Big Bang as it describes the formation of the universe.
c. Compare and contrast the planets in terms of Size relative to the earth Surface and atmospheric features Relative distance from the sun Ability to support life
S6E2. Students will understand the effects of the relative positions of the earth, moon and sun.
a. Demonstrate the phases of the moon by showing the alignment of the earth, moon, and sun.
b. Explain the alignment of the earth, moon, and sun during solar and lunar eclipses.
c. Relate the tilt of the earth to the distribution of sunlight throughout the year and its effect on climate.
S6E3. Students will recognize the significant role of water in earth processes.
a. Explain that a large portion of the Earth’s surface is water, consisting of oceans, rivers, lakes, underground water, and ice.
b. Relate various atmospheric conditions to stages of the water cycle.
c. Describe the composition, location, and subsurface topography of the world’s oceans.
d. Explain the causes of waves, currents, and tides.
b. Relate unequal heating of land and water surfaces to form large global wind systems and weather events such as tornados and thunderstorms.
S6E5. Students will investigate the scientific view of how the earth’s surface is formed.
a. Compare and contrast the Earth’s crust, mantle, and core including temperature, density, and composition.
b. Investigate the contribution of minerals to rock composition.
c. Classify rocks by their process of formation.
d. Describe processes that change rocks and the surface of the earth.
e. Recognize that lithospheric plates constantly move and cause major geological events on the earth’s surface.
f. Explain the effects of physical processes (plate tectonics, erosion, deposition, volcanic eruption, gravity) on geological features including oceans (composition, currents, and tides).
g. Describe how fossils show evidence of the changing surface and climate of the Earth.
h. Describe soil as consisting of weathered rocks and decomposed organic material.
i. Explain the effects of human activity on the erosion of the earth’s surface.
j. Describe methods for conserving natural resources such as water, soil, and air.
The second review that adds to this can be found Below. As well as other products you may like as well.
Earth Science Foldables Year Long
Earth Science End of Year Test Assessment
Earth Science End of Year Test Assessment 2
Earth Science Milestone Review (End of the year culminating activity)
Earth Science Milestone Review 2 (End of the year culminating activity)
Earth Science Milestone Year-Long Warmups
Space Unit Bundle
Geology Unit Bundle
Rocks and Minerals Unit Bundle
Skittles Chemical Weathering Experiment
Erosion Experiment 2 Litter
Weathering Chalk Experiment
Soil Profile Experiment
Weathering Chalk Experiment