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2019 Item by Item Results for GRADE 05 SCIENCE AND TECH/ENG

Number of Students Included: 50    

E Ethel Little School - GRADE 05 SCIENCE AND TECH/ENG
15.PS.1.3Analyze data from an investigation to determine which substances were mixed together.
25.ESS.3.2Describe what observation students should make to determine how well a simple water filter works.
35.LS.1.1Describe how plants use energy from the Sun to convert air and water into sugar.
43.ETS.1.2Determine how a composter could be improved to break down waste more efficiently.
55.LS.2.1Identify bacteria as decomposers and identify the role of decomposers.
63.ETS.1.4Describe advantages of different representations of a design solution and, given a design solution, describe one disadvantage of it.
75.ESS.3.1Determine a way to reduce the amount of water used from a town's water supply.
83.LS.4.1Compare fossils in rock layers to determine which fossils are oldest and determine why scientists study fossils.
94.ETS.1.3Determine what should be measured to test how well a design solution meets a criterion of the design problem.
103.PS.2.3Determine the question that students were trying to answer during an investigation with magnets.
113.ESS.2.2Compare climate data from different regions and determine which region is a tropical rainforest.
123.LS.4.2Complete a model that shows how variations in characteristics among individuals in the same population may provide a survival advantage in a given environment.
134.PS.4.2Select a model that shows how a person sees an object.
143.LS.3.1Describe how plants have traits that are inherited, with variations in these traits existing within the population.
155.PS.2.1Determine the direction of the gravitational force exerted on objects located at different locations on Earth.
165.ESS.1.2Describe Earth's movement relative to the Sun at different times of year.
174.PS.3.2Describe how different types of energy are converted into other types of energy in a given setup.
185.ESS.2.2Distinguish between freshwater and saltwater sources and compare the relative amount of each.
193.LS.4.4Identify how a change in a habitat may affect the ability of an organism to survive and reproduce.
205.ETS.3.2Interpret a diagram to determine the function of part of a device.
213.ETS.1.4Identify the most helpful representation for a design solution.
225.PS.1.2Complete a model to show the mass of a substance after a phase change.
235.ETS.3.1Distinguish between an innovation and an invention given descriptions of two technologies.
245.LS.2.1Analyze a food web to describe how matter moves through the food web and how changes to one population would affect another.
254.LS.1.1Identify a trait that helps provide camouflage to an organism and describe how another trait helps the organism survive in its environment.
264.ESS.3.1Describe how humans use energy and fuels and distinguish between renewable and nonrenewable energy sources.
274.ETS.1.5Analyze a design and identify the property that is most important to consider for the design.
284.PS.3.3Analyze data to determine which conditions will produce a louder sound during a collision.
295.PS.1.1Identify the cause of ice melting at room temperature.
304.PS.3.4Identify how a device can be changed to test how stored energy affects the motion of the device.
314.ESS.1.1Describe how features of a given landscape provide evidence about the role of deposition in the landscape's formation.
325.ESS.2.1Complete a model of the water cycle by labeling different parts of the model.
334.ESS.2.1Identify evidence of rocks being broken into smaller pieces through weathering.
343.ESS.2.1Make claims about seasonal weather in an area and support the claims with evidence from given data tables.
353.ESS.3.1Determine what should be considered when designing a solution to reduce damage caused by flooding.
364.ESS.3.2Determine which design solution will work best for a given situation.
373.PS.2.1Determine which diagrams show balanced and unbalanced forces acting on an object and identify what occurs when forces acting on an object are balanced.
383.LS.1.1Determine when a plant and an animal are going through the same life cycle stage.
394.PS.4.1Determine the type of energy transferred by water waves.
403.ETS.1.1Determine the problem a given structure was designed to solve.
415.PS.3.1Determine which activity a scientist should study to learn how animals get energy for life processes.

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