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GTPS Curriculum – Science - Grade 6 Suggest   Blocks Grade 6 Science Topic: Astronomy

GTPS Curriculum Science - Grade 6

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Blocks

Grade 6 Science

Topic: Astronomy

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Objectives/CPI’s/Standards

Essential Questions/Enduring Understandings

Learning Activities Materials/Assessment

 

5.4.6.A.1 Generate and analyze evidence (through simulations) that the Sun’s apparent motion across the sky changes over the course of a year. 5.4.6.A.2 Construct and evaluate models demonstrating the rotation of Earth on its axis and the orbit of Earth around the Sun. 5.4.6.A.3 Predict what would happen to an orbiting object if gravity were increased, decreased, or taken away. 5.4.8.A.2 Use evidence of global variations in day length, temperature, and the amount of solar radiation striking Earth’s surface to create models that explain these phenomena and seasons. 5.4.6.A.4 Compare and contrast the major physical characteristics (including size and scale) of solar system objects using evidence in the form of data tables and photographs. 5.4.8.A.1 Analyze moon-phase, eclipse, and tidal data to construct models that explain how the relative positions and motions of the Sun, Earth, and Moon cause these three phenomena. 5.4.8.A.3 Predict how the gravitational force between two bodies would differ for bodies of different masses or bodies that are different distances apart. 5.4.8.A.4 Analyze data regarding the motion of comets, planets, and moons to find general patterns of orbital motion.

Essential Questions

Learning Activities:

What predictable, observable patterns occur as

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result of the interaction between the Earth, Moon, and Sun?

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What causes these patterns?

Materials:

What predictable, observable patterns occur as

result of the interaction between the Earth, Moon, and Sun?

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Pearson

Chapter 1: Earth, Moon, and SunPearson

   

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Complete all Sections (1-4)

What causes these patterns?

Chapter 2: Exploring SpaceWhat causes these patterns?

 

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Section 1 & 3/comp lab activity

Enduring Understandings

Chapter 3: The Solar SystemEnduring Understandings

 

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Sections 2-5

Observable, predictable patterns of movement in the Sun, Earth, Moon system occur because of gravitational interaction and energy from the Sun

Chapter 4: Stars, Galaxies, and the Universepatterns of movement in the Sun, Earth, Moon system occur because of gravitational interaction and energy

 

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Section 5

Web Site Resources:

Observable, predictable patterns of movement in the Sun, Earth, Moon system occur because of gravitational interaction and energy from the Sun.

in the Sun, Earth, Moon system occur because of gravitational interaction and energy from the Sun.

United Streaming Videos

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“A Spin Around the Solar System” video series

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Formative Teacher observation Quizzes Projects

Formative Teacher observation Quizzes Projects

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GTPS Curriculum – Science - Grade 6 Suggested of Instructio Grade 6 Science Topic: Inside

GTPS Curriculum Science - Grade 6

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Instructio

Grade 6 Science

Topic: Inside Earth

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Objectives/CPI’s/Standards

Essential Questions/Enduring Understandings

Learning Activities Materials/Assessment

 

5.4.6.B2 Examine Earth’s surface features and identify those created on a scale of human life or on a geologic time scale.

Essential Questions How do geologic events occurring today provide insight Earth’s past?

Learning Activities:

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5.4.8.B.2 Evaluate the appropriateness of increasing the human population in a region (e.g., barrier islands, Pacific Northwest, Midwest United States) based on the region’s history of catastrophic events, such as volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and floods.

How do changes in one part of an Earth system affect other parts of the system?

 

Materials:

To what extent does the exchange of energy within the Earth drive geologic events on the surface?

Pearson

What is the role of the sun in energy transfer in the atmosphere and in the oceans?

Chapter 1: Plate TectonicsWhat is the role of the sun in energy transfer in the atmosphere and in the

5.4.6.C.2 Distinguish physical properties of sedimentary, igneous, or metamorphic rocks and explain how one kind of rock could eventually become a different kind of rock.

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Complete all Sections (1-5)

Chapter 2: Earthquakesa different kind of rock. o Complete all Sections (1-5) To what extent does the exchange

To what extent does the exchange of energy within the Earth drive geologic events on the surface?

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Section 2,4 (earthquake safe building)

Chapter 3: Volcanoesthe surface? o Section 2,4 (earthquake safe building) 5.4.6.D.1 Apply understanding of the motion of lithospheric

5.4.6.D.1 Apply understanding of the motion of lithospheric plates to explain why the Pacific Rim is referred to as the Ring of Fire.

Enduring Understandings Earth’s components form systems? These systems continually interact at different rates of time, affecting the shape of the Earth’s surface regionally and globally.

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Complete all sections

Chapter 4: Mineralsregionally and globally. o Complete all sections o Skip Chapter 5: Rocks 5.4.8.D.2 Present evidence to

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Chapter 5: Rockso Complete all sections Chapter 4: Minerals o Skip 5.4.8.D.2 Present evidence to support arguments for

5.4.8.D.2 Present evidence to support arguments for the theory of plate motion.

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All Sections

5.4.6.D.3 Apply knowledge of Earth’s magnetic fields to successfully complete an orienteering challenge.

How do changes in one part of an Earth system affect other parts of the system?

Media Resources:

Video: Nova: The Day the Earth Shook

Energy flow and movement of material from the Earth’s interior causes geologic events on the Earth’s surface.

The energy from the sun is transferred throughout the oceans and atmosphere.

Assessments:

5.4.6.E.1 Generate a conclusion about energy transfer and circulation by observing a model of convection currents.

5.4.8.D.1 Model the interactions between the layers of Earth.

Formative Teacher observation Quizzes Projects

Formative Teacher observation Quizzes Projects Summative

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Energy flow and movement of material from the Earth’s interior causes geologic events on the Earth’s surface.

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GTPS Curriculum – Science - Grade 6 Suggested of Instruction Grade 6 Science Topic: Human

GTPS Curriculum Science - Grade 6

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Instruction

Grade 6 Science

Topic: Human Biology and Health

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Objectives/CPI’s/Standards

Essential Questions/Enduring Understandings

Learning Activities Materials/Assessment

 

5.3.6.A.1 Model the interdependence of the human body’s major systems in regulating its internal environment.

Essential Questions

Learning Activities:

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What do all living things have in common?

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5.3.6A2 Model and explain ways in which organelles work together to meet the cell’s needs.

How is matter transformed, and energy transferred/transformed in living systems?

 

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5.3.8A1 All organisms are composed of cell(s). In multicellular organisms, specialized cells perform specialized functions. Tissues, organs, and organ systems are composed of cells and function to serve the needs of cells for food, air, and waste removal.

Enduring Understandings

Systems of the human body are interrelated and regulate the body’s internal environment.

Living organisms have a variety of observable features that enable them to obtain food and reproduce.

Pearson Human Biology & Health Chapter 1: Bones, Muscles, and Skin (1,2,3,4,5) Chapter 2: Food and Digestion (1-4) Chapter 3: Circulation (1,2,3,4) Chapter 4: Respiration and Excretion (1-3) Chapter 5: Fighting Disease (1-5) Chapter 6: The Nervous System (1-4) Chapter 7: The Endocrine & Reproduction Systems(2,3)

5.3.8.A.2 Relate the structures of cells, tissues, organs, and systems to their functions in supporting life.

All organisms transfer matter and convert energy from one form to another.

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5.3.8.B.1 Relate the energy and nutritional needs of organisms in a variety of life stages and situations, including stages of development and periods of maintenance.

Food is broken down to provide energy for the work that cells do, and is a source of the molecular building blocks from which needed materials are assembled.

Assessments:

Formative Teacher observation Quizzes Projects

Formative Teacher observation Quizzes Projects
   

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