• Students will analyze how systems function, including the inputs, outputs, transfers, transformations, and feedback of a system and its.
  • Students will analyze the living and nonliving factors that affect organisms in ecosystems.
  • Students will understand how to generate and evaluate questions that can be answered through scientific investigations.
  • Students will understand how to plan and conduct systematic and complex scientific investigations.
  • Students will apply understanding of how to report complex scientific investigations and explanations of objects, events, systems, and processes, and how to evaluate scientific reports.

Washington State Science EALRS
Science1.1. Properties: Understand how properties are used to identify, describe, and categorize substances, materials, and objects, and how characteristics are used to categorize living things.
Science 1.2. Structures: Understand how components, structures, organizations, and interconnections describe systems.
Science1.3. Changes: Understand how interactions within and among systems cause changes in matter and energy.
Science 2.1. Investigating Systems: Develop the knowledge and skills necessary to do scientific inquiry.
Science 3.2. Science, Technology, and Society: Analyze how science and technology are human endeavors, interrelated to each other, society, the workplace, and the environment.

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