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Integrated Science Goals

# Integrated Science Goals

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Assignment/ Assessment and Date
ISA1.1 C GPOM I can explain what a measuring unit is and why it is useful to have ‘standards’ of measure.
Be familiar with some standard units for measuring length:millimeter, meter. Be able to convert between units.
ISA1.2 C GPOM I can estimate measurements based on theprecision of the device I am using.
Understand that all measurements are uncertain by someamount. Be able to describe how the precision of themeasuring device affects this ‘amount.’
ISA1.3 C GPOM I can interpret the meaning of a graphedgroup of measurements.
Be able to organize measurements into a neatly labeled data table and make a properly scaled and labeled graph of the measurements. Be able to draw a ‘best fit’ line and calculate the slope for measurements that appear to show a straight line patternon a graph.What info does the slope (steepness) of the graph tell us? What does the y-intercept of the graph tell us?
ISA1.4 A GPOM I can determine the area of slice of matterusing standard units for area.
Be able to count unit squares to find area of any slice shape. Be able to use ‘equations’ to find area for special sliceshapes. Be able to convert between different units for area - cm
2
, m
2
ISA1.5 A GPOM I can determine the volume of a chunk of matter using standard units for volume.
Be able to count unit cubes to find volume of any chunkshape. Be able to use equations to find volume for special chunkshapes. Be able to convert between different units for volume - mL,cm
3
, m
3
Integrated Science A - Unit 1 - Geometric Properties of Matter

Assignment/ Assessment and Date
2.1 C PPOM I can explain/demonstrate the difference between mass and volume.
Be able to use particle diagrams and words todemonstrate the difference. Be able to explain the different standard units used tomeasure each. mass - g, kg ....volume - mL,cm
3
2.2 C PPOM I can use the conservation of mass toexplain observations of changes in matter.
Use particle diagrams to account for changes.
2.3 A PPOM I can explain the density of a chunk of matter in multiple ways.
ncludes the use of particle diagrams, slope of a massvs. volume graph, ratios, and with words
2.4 A PPOM I can compare the densities of differentsubstances.
Be able to describe how the typical densities of solids,liquids, and gases compare. Be able to show how matter with different densitieswould ‘orient’ itself when mixed.
Integrated Science A - Unit 2 - Physical Properties of Matter

Assignment/ Assessment and Date
3.1CAMOMIcanexplaindifferencesinsolids,liquids,andgasesbyreferringtothedensity,motion,and‘sticking’ofparticles.
Beabletouseparticlediagramsandwrittenwordstodothis.Note:‘Sticking’isduetoan‘electricforce’between particleswhichwewillstudylaterthistrimester.
3.2CAMOMIcanexplainthedifferencebetweenheat(energy)andtemperature.
Beabletoexplainhowatypicalthermometerworkstomeasuretemperature.Beabletocomparethetemperatureand/oramountofheatindifferentsubstances.