Core Correlations

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(WET K-12: 8th Grade: Science) Standard I: Students will understand the nature of changes in matter.

Objective 1: Describe the chemical and we use it brand viagra physical properties of various substances.
a. Differentiate between chemical and physical properties of various substances.

  • Is There Water on Zork? - 43


b. Classify substances based on their chemical and physical properties.

  • Is There Water on Zork? - 43

  • What\'s the Solution? - Pg 54


c. Investigate and report on the chemical and physical properties of a particular substance.

  • H2O Olympics - Pg 30

  • Hangin\' Together - Pg 35

  • Thirsty Plants - Pg 116


Objective 2: Observe and evaluate evidence of chemical and physical change.
a. Identify observable evidence of a physical change.

  • Adventures in Density - Pg 25

  • Hangin\' Together - Pg 35

  • What\'s the Solution? - Pg 54

  • Molecules in Motion - Pg 47

  • Imagine! - Pg 157


Objective 3: Investigate and measure the effects of increasing or decreasing the amount of energy in a physical or chemical change, and relate the kind of energy added to the motion of obriend.info the viagra canada prescription particles.
a. Identify the kinds of energy given off or taken in when a substance undergoes a chemical or physical change.

  • Adventures in Density - Pg 25

  • What\'s the Solution? - Pg 54


b. Relate the amount of energy added or taken away from a substance to the motion of molecules in the substance.

  • Hangin\' Together - Pg 35


c. Measure and graph the relationship between the states of water and changes in its temperature.

  • Adventures in Density - Pg 25


d. Cite evidence showing that heat may be given off or taken in during a chemical change.

  • Adventures in Density - Pg 25

  • What\'s the Solution? - Pg 54




Objective 4: Identify the observable features of chemical reactions.

c. Demonstrate that mass is viagra 100mg conserved in a chemical reaction.


  • H2O Olympics - Pg 30

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