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    CORRELATION: Missouri Grade Level Expectations, Grades 6-8 correlated to McDougal Littell Science: Ecology Module.......1 STANDARDS KEY: Missouri Grade Level Expectations, Grades 6....5 Missouri Grade Level Expectations, Grades 7...19 Missouri Grade Level Expectations, Grades 8...33

  • Missouri Grade Level Expectations

    Grades 68

    correlated to

    McDougal Littell Science Ecology Module 2005

    McDougal Littell Science Ecology Module

    Missouri Grade Level Expectations

    Unifying Principles of Life Science pp. xiiixxi

    6.3.3.1.A(a): Describe the common life processes of living organisms. 6.3.3.1.C(a): Recognize that all organisms are composed of cells, the fundamental units of life, which carry on all life processes.

    The Nature of Science pp. xxiixxv

    7.7.7.1.A(f) / 8.7.7.1.A(f): Acknowledge that there is no fixed procedure called the scientific method, but that some investigations involve systematic observations, carefully collected, relevant evidence, logical reasoning, and some imagination in developing hypotheses and other explanations. 6.7.7.1.C(b) / 7.7.7.1.C(b) / 8.7.7.1.C(b): Use data to describe relationships and make predictions to be tested.

    The Nature of Technology pp. xxvixxvii

    6.8.8.1.A(a) / 7.8.8.1.A(a) / 8.8.8.1.A(a): Identify and evaluate the physical, social, economic, and/or environmental problems that may be overcome using science and technology. 6.8.8.1.C(a) / 7.8.8.1.C(a) / 8.8.8.1.C(a): Describe how technological solutions to problems can have both benefits and drawbacks.

    Frontiers in Science: Ecosystems on Fire pp. 25

    6.4.4.1.D(a): Describe beneficial and harmful activities of organisms, including humans, and explain how these activities affect organisms within an ecosystem. 6.4.4.1.D(b): Predict the impact of a natural environmental change on the organisms in an ecosystem.

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  • Missouri Grade Level Expectations, Grades 68 correlated to McDougal Littell Science: Ecology Module 2005

    McDougal Littell Science Ecology Module

    Missouri Grade Level Expectations

    Chapter 1 Ecosystems and Biomes, pp. 641 1.1 Ecosystems support life. pp. 915

    6.3.3.2.B(a): Recognize that plants use energy from the sun to produce food and oxygen through the process of photosynthesis. 6.4.4.1.A(a): Identify the biotic factors and abiotic factors that make up an ecosystem.

    6.4.4.1.B(b): Recognize the factors that affect the number and types of organisms an ecosystem can support.

    1.2 Matter cycles through ecosystems. pp. 1621

    6.3.3.1.A(a): Describe the common life processes of living organisms.

    7.5.5.2.E(a): Explain and trace the possible paths of water through the hydrosphere, geosphere and atmosphere.

    1.3 Energy flows through ecosystems. pp. 2229

    6.4.4.1.B(c): Predict the effects of changes in the number and types of organisms in an ecosystem on the populations of other organisms within that ecosystem. 6.4.4.2.A(a): Diagram and describe the transfer of energy in an aquatic food web and a land food web with reference to producers, consumers, decomposers, scavengers, and predator/prey relationships.

    6.4.4.2.A(b): Classify populations of unicellular and multi-cellular organisms as producers, consumers, decomposers by the role they serve in the ecosystem.

    8.1.1.1.I(c): Explain that the amount of matter remains constant while being recycled through food chains and food webs. 8.3.3.1.A(a): Recognize that most plants and animals require food and oxygen (needed to release the energy from that food).

    1.4 Biomes contain many ecosystems. pp. 3037

    6.3.3.2.B(a): Recognize that plants use energy from the sun to produce food and oxygen through the process of photosynthesis.

    6.4.4.2.A(b): Classify populations of unicellular and multi-cellular organisms as producers, consumers, decomposers by the role they serve in the ecosystem.

    Chapter 1 Review/Standardized Test Practice pp. 3841

    6.4.4.1.A(a): Identify the biotic factors (populations of organisms) and abiotic factors (e.g., quantity of light and water, range of temperatures, soil composition) that make up an ecosystem. 6.4.4.2.A(a): Diagram and describe the transfer of energy in an aquatic food web and a land food web with reference to producers, consumers, decomposers, scavengers, and predator/prey relationships. 6.4.4.2.A(b): Classify populations of unicellular and multi-cellular organisms as producers, consumers, decomposers by the role they serve in the ecosystem.

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  • Missouri Grade Level Expectations, Grades 68 correlated toMcDougal Littell Science: Ecology Module 2005

    McDougal Littell Science Ecology Module

    Missouri Grade Level Expectations

    Chapter 2 Interactions within Ecosystems, pp. 4273 2.1 Groups of living things interact within ecosystems. pp. 4553

    6.4.4.2.A(b): Classify populations of unicellular and multi-cellular organisms as producers, consumers, decomposers by the role they serve in the ecosystem. 8.4.4.1.D(a): Explain the beneficial or detrimental impact that some organisms may have on other organisms.

    2.2 Organisms can interact in different ways. pp. 5462

    6.4.4.1.B(b): Recognize the factors that affect the number and types of organisms an ecosystem can support. 6.4.4.2.A(b): Classify populations of unicellular and multi-cellular organisms as producers, consumers, decomposers by the role they serve in the ecosystem.

    2.3 Ecosystems are always changing. pp. 6369

    6.4.4.1.B(b): Recognize the factors that affect the number and types of organisms an ecosystem can support (e.g., food availability, abiotic factors such as quantity of light and water, temperature and temperature range, soil composition, disease, competitions from other organisms, predation). 6.4.4.1.D(a): Describe beneficial and harmful activities of organisms, including humans, and explain how these activities affect organisms within an ecosystem. 6.4.4.1.D(b): Predict the impact of a natural environmental change on the organisms in an ecosystem.

    Chapter 2 Review/Standardized Test Practice pp. 7073

    6.4.4.1.B(a): Identify populations within a community that are in competition with one another for resources. 6.4.4.1.B(b): Recognize the factors that affect the number and types of organisms an ecosystem can support. 6.7.7.1.E(a) / 7.7.7.1.E(a) / 8.7.7.1.E(a): Communicate the procedures and results of investigations and explanations through oral presentations, drawings and maps, data tables, graphs, equations and writings.

    Timelines in Science: Wilderness Conservation pp. 7477

    6.8.8.2.A(a) / 7.8.8.2.A(a) / 8.8.8.2.A(a): Describe how the contributions of scientists and inventors have contributed to science, technology and human activity. 6.8.8.3.B(a) / 7.8.8.3.B(a) / 8.8.8.3.B(a): Describe ways in which science and society influence one another.

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  • Missouri Grade Level Expectations, Grades 68 correlated toMcDougal Littell Science: Ecology Module 2005

    McDougal Littell Science Ecology Module

    Missouri Grade Level Expectations

    Chapter 3 Human Impact on Ecosystems, pp. 78111 3.1 Human population growth presents challenges. pp. 8188

    6.4.4.1.B(b): Recognize the factors that affect the number and types of organisms an ecosystem can support (e.g., food availability, abiotic factors such as quantity of light and water, temperature and temperature range, soil composition, disease, competitions from other organisms, predation). 6.4.4.1.D(a): Describe beneficial and harmful activities of organisms, including humans, and explain how these activities affect organisms within an ecosystem. 6.5.5.3.A(b): Describe the effect of human activities on the quality of water.

    3.2 Human activities affect the environment. pp. 8997

    6.4.4.1.D(a): Describe beneficial and harmful activities of organisms, including humans, and explain how these activities affect organisms within an ecosystem. 6.5.5.3.A(b): Describe the effect of human activities on the quality of water.

    3.3 People are working to protect ecosystems. pp. 98107

    6.4.4.1.D(a): Describe beneficial and harmful activities of organisms, including humans, and explain how these activities affect organisms within an ecosystem. 6.4.4.1.D(c): Describe possible solutions to potentially harmful environmental changes within an ecosystem.

    Chapter 3 Review/Standardized Test Practice pp. 108111

    6.4.4.1.D(c): Describe possible solutions to potentially harmful environmental changes within an ecosystem. 7.5.5.3.A(a) : Distinguish between renewable (e.g., geothermal, hydroelectric) and nonrenewable (e.g., fossil fuels) energy sources. 6.7.7.1.B(e) / 7.7.7.1.B(e) / 8.7.7.1.B(e): Compare amounts/measurements. 6.7.7.1.E(a) / 7.7.7.1.E(a) / 8.7.7.1.E(a): Communicate the procedures and results of investigations and explanations through oral presentations, drawings and maps, data tables, graphs, equations and writings.

    Student Resource Handbooks pp. R1R51

    6.7.7.1.A(c) / 7.7.7.1.A(c) / 8.7.7.1.A(c): Design and conduct a valid experiment. 6.7.7.1.C(a) / 7.7.7.1.C(a) / 8.7.7.1.C(a): Use quantitative and qualitative data to construct reasonable explanations.

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  • Missouri Grade Level Expectations Science Grade 6

    STANDARD KEY

    STRAND 1: MATTER AND ENERGY Standard 1: Properties And Principles Of Matter And Energy 1. Changes in properties and states of matter provide evidence of the atomic theory of matter Concept A: Objects, and the materials they are made of, have properties that can be used to describe and

    classify them. S