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Va Sol - Gps Correlation - 4h Nree Committee

Va Sol - Gps Correlation - 4h Nree Committee

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Matching 4-H Natural Resource and EnvironmentalEducation Activities with Virginia’s Science SOL –GPS/ GIS Programs
Grade 3
Scientific Investigations, Reasoning, and Logic 
Science 3.1The student will plan and conduct investigations in which
 
predictions and observations are made;
 
inferences are made and conclusions are drawn; and
 
natural events are sequenced chronologically.
Earth Patterns, Cycles, and Change
Science 3.9The student will investigate and understand the water cycle and itsrelationship to life on Earth. Key concepts include
 
water supply and water conservation
Resources
Science 3.10The student will investigate and understand that natural events andhuman influences can affect the survival of species. Key conceptsinclude
 
the interdependency of plants and animals;
 
the effects of human activity on the quality of air, water, andhabitat;
 
the effects of fire, flood, disease, and erosion on organisms; and
 
conservation and resource renewal.
Grade 4
Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic 
Science 4.1The student will plan and conduct investigations in which
 
distinctions are made among observations, conclusions,inferences, and predictions;
 
appropriate instruments are selected to measure linear distance, volume, mass, and temperature;
Earth Patterns, Cycles, and Change
Science 4.7The student will investigate and understand the relationshipsamong the Earth, moon, and sun. Key concepts include
 
 
the motions of the Earth, moon, and sun (revolution androtation);
 
the relative size, position, age, and makeup of the Earth, moon,and sun;
Resources
Science 4.8The student will investigate and understand important Virginianatural resources. Key concepts include
 
watershed and water resources;
 
animals and plants;
 
minerals, rocks, ores, and energy sources; and
 
forests, soil, and land.
Grade 5
Scientific Investigations, Reasoning, and Logic 
Science 5.1The student will plan and conduct investigations in which
 
appropriate instruments are selected and used for makingquantitative observations of length, mass, volume, and elapsedtime;
 
manipulated and responding variables are identified; and
 
an understanding of the nature of science is developed andreinforced.
Grade 6
Scientific Investigations, Reasoning, and Logic 
Science 6.1The student will plan and conduct investigations in which
 
observations are made involving fine discrimination betweensimilar objects and organisms;
 
precise and approximate measurements are recorded;
 
data are collected, recorded, analyzed, and reported usingappropriate metric measurements;
 
models are designed to explain a sequence; and
 
an understanding of the nature of science is developed andreinforced.
Living Systems
 
Science 6.7The student will investigate and understand the natural processesand human interactions that affect watershed systems. Keyconcepts include
 
the location and structure of Virginia’s regional watershedsystems;
Interrelationships in Earth/ Space Systems
Science 6.8The student will investigate and understand the organization of thesolar system and the relationships among the various bodies thatcomprise it. Key concepts include
 
the unique properties of Earth as a planet;
Life Science
LS.1The student will plan and conduct investigations in which
 
an understanding of the nature of science is developed andreinforced.
Physical Science
PS.1The student will plan and conduct investigations in which
 
length, mass, volume, density, temperature, weight, and forceare accurately measured and reported using metric units(SI—International System of Units);
 
research methods are used to investigate practical problemsand questions;
 
experimental results are presented in appropriate written form;and
 
an understanding of the nature of science is developed andreinforced.PS.10The student will investigate and understand scientific principles andtechnological applications of work, force, and motion. Key conceptsinclude
 
applications (simple machines, compound machines, poweredvehicles, rockets, and restraining devices).

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