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2022 Item by Item Results for GRADE 05 SCIENCE AND TECH/ENG

Number of Students Included: 88     Participation Rate = 100%      Test Form: Regular

13.LS.3.1Describe how traits are inherited from a mother and a father.
24.PS.4.3Determine that changing characters into a code is an example of encoding.
33.LS.4.1Use fossil evidence to support a claim that an organism once lived on land.
45.ESS.1.2Complete a model that shows where a person on Earth would be experiencing night.
53.ETS.1.4Determine the information needed to solve a design problem and identify that a prototype should be used to test the design solution.
63.LS.4.4Interpret data to explain how reducing the sunlight in an area will affect a type of organism living there.
75.ETS.3.1Distinguish between an innovation and an invention given descriptions of two technologies.
84.PS.4.2Complete a model to show how light reflects off an object and enters an eye in order for the object to be seen.
94.ETS.1.3Analyze a data table to determine which material should be used in a design solution to meet the criteria.
103.ESS.2.2Interpret seasonal climate data to describe the climate of an area.
115.ESS.3.1Compare two design solutions to determine which is more effective at reducing human impact on the local environment.
125.PS.1.1Complete a particle model to show the phase change from a gas to a liquid.
135.ESS.2.1Analyze climate data to compare the amount of water that becomes groundwater during different seasons and explain how two design solutions affect the amount of groundwater in an area.
143.PS.2.1Complete a model to show the forces acting on an object that is not moving.
153.PS.2.3Determine the orientation of magnets in an investigation, the result of replacing one magnet with a block of iron, and an energy conversion that takes place.
164.LS.1.1Identify a trait that helps provide camouflage to an organism and describe how another trait helps the organism survive in its environment.
174.ESS.3.1Identify that the energy and fuels humans use comes from natural resources and distinguish between renewable and nonrenewable energy sources.
185.PS.1.2Complete a model to show the mass of a substance after a phase change.
193.LS.1.1Draw a conclusion from information about the life cycles of four animals.
203.ESS.3.1Determine which design solution will work best for a given situation.
213.LS.4.2Determine which plant has a survival advantage based on its characteristics.
224.PS.3.1Identify the position at which a person has the greatest kinetic energy based on the person's speed.
233.ESS.2.2Interpret climate data to classify different climate regions.
243.ESS.3.1Identify which design solutions will reduce the impact of weather on a structure.
254.ETS.1.3Describe how to improve a test of a design feature to identify failure points.
263.PS.2.4Analyze a diagram to determine the correct orientation of a magnet for a design solution.
273.ETS.1.2Evaluate different designs using a list of criteria and constraints to determine whether each design meets the design requirements.
285.LS.2.2Identify what could be measured to determine how well a composter works and describe changes to the composter to make it work better.
294.PS.4.1Describe the transfer of energy and regular pattern of motion that occurs as a wave travels.
304.PS.3.3Analyze data to determine in which collision an object had the greatest change in energy and describe how energy was converted during the collision.
315.ESS.3.1Analyze data to determine how a farmer could conserve water.
325.LS.2.1Identify the main role of bacteria in the cycling of matter in an ecosystem.
335.PS.3.1Describe how food contains the energy and nutrients that animals need to survive.
344.ESS.2.1Interpret a diagram to determine how a rock is being weathered.
355.LS.1.1Determine the environmental conditions students should observe in an investigation about plant growth.
364.PS.3.2Interpret a scenario to determine what form of energy is transferred.
375.ESS.2.2Explain why a bar graph about the different sources of fresh water and salt water on Earth should be revised.
383.ETS.1.4Identify the best representation to help a person replicate a design solution.
394.ESS.1.1Determine that weathering and erosion played a role in the formation of a landscape.
405.ESS.3.2Determine what to measure to see how well water filters work.
413.LS.4.1Explain how a fossil of a marine organism may be found in a desert.

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