Core Correlations

The following Programs/Activity Guides have been correlated to http://www.gorillawebstudio.com/viagra-cialis the Utah State Office of Education Core Curriculum. You can access correlations below by clicking on the Program/Activity Guide you are using, and then either the grade level or subject matter within. The activities that meet that grade or subject matter will be listed.

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(WET K-12: 8th Grade: Science) Standard III: Students will understand the processes of rock and http://muzeumsportu.org/buy-cialis-now fossil formation.

Objective 1: Compare rocks and minerals and describe how they are related.
b. Observe and describe the minerals found in rocks.

  • Get the Ground Water Picture - Pg 136









Objective 2: Describe the nature of online viagra the changes that rocks undergo over long periods of time.









b. Describe the role of energy in the processes that change rock materials over time.


  • The Great Stony Book - Pg 150



c. Use a model to demonstrate how erosion changes the levitra 10 mg surface of Earth.


  • Branching Out! - Pg 129

  • The Great Stony Book - Pg 150

  • Just Passing Through - Pg 167 (indirect)

  • Rainy Day Hike - Pg 186



e. Identify the role of weathering of rocks in soil formation.


  • The Great Stony Book - Pg 150



f. Describe and model the processes of fossil formation.


  • The Great Stony Book - Pg 150



Objective 3: Describe how rock and fossil evidence is wow)) buy viagra overnight used to infer Earth’s history.

a. Describe how the deposition of rock materials produces layering of sedimentary rocks over time.


  • Get the Ground Water Picture - Pg 136

  • The Great Stony Book - Pg 150

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