Science Anchor Charts

Science Anchor Charts
Science Anchor Charts
Science Anchor Charts
Science Anchor Charts
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These anchor charts are alights with the 16-17 Tennessee state standards.
SPI 0507.1.1 Identify the major parts of plant and animal cells, such as the nucleus, cell membrane, cell wall, and cytoplasm.
SPI 0507.1.2 Compare and contrast basic structures and functions of plant and animal cells.
SPI 0507.3.1 Identify photosynthesis as the food manufacturing process in plants
SPI 0507.3.2 Compare how plants and animals obtain energy.
SPI 0507.2.1 Describe the different types of nutritional relationships that exist among organisms.
SPI 0507.2.2 Distinguish among symbiotic, commensal, and parasitic relationships.
SPI 0507.2.3 Use information about the impact of human actions or natural disasters on the environment to support a simple hypothesis, make a prediction, or draw a conclusion.
SPI 0507.5.1 Identify physical and behavioral adaptations that enable animals, such as amphibians, reptiles, birds, fish, and mammals to survive in a particular environment.
SPI 0507.5.2 Explain how fossils provide information about the past.
SPI 0507.5.2 Explain how fossils provide information about the past.
SPI 0507.4.1 Recognize that information is passed from parent to offspring during reproduction.
SPI 0507.4.2 Distinguish between inherited traits and those that can be attributed to the environment.
SPI 0507.10.2 Use data from an investigation to determine the method by which heat energy is transferred from one object or material to another.
SPI 0507.8.1 Describe the effects of the oceans on weather and climate.
SPI 0507.8.2 Explain how mountains affect weather and climate.
SPI 0507.9.1 Distinguish between physical and chemical properties.
SPI 0507.9.2 Describe the differences among freezing, melting, and evaporation.
SPI 0507.9.3 Describe factors that influence the rate at which different types of material freeze, melt, or evaporate.
SPI 0507.7.1 Describe internal forces such as volcanoes, earthquakes, faulting, and plate movements that are responsible for the earth’s major geological features such as mountains, valleys, etc.
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.
SPI 0507.11.1 Explain the relationship that exist among mass, force, and distance traveled.
SPI 0507.10.1 Differentiate between potential and kinetic energy.
SPI 0507.6.1 Distinguish among the planets according to their known characteristics such as appearance, location, composition, and apparent motion.
SPI 0507.6.2 Select information from a complex data representation to draw conclusions about the planets.
SPI 0507.6.3 Identify methods and tools for identifying star patterns.
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