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2022 Item by Item Results for GRADE 08 SCIENCE AND TECH/ENG

Number of Students Included: 81     Participation Rate = 99.00%      Test Form: Regular

16.ESS.1.5Use a model to order a planet, a solar system, a galaxy, and the universe from smallest to largest.
27.ESS.3.2Interpret a map to determine where an earthquake is most likely to occur.
37.PS.2.3Compare the strengths of the electric forces between charged particles at different distances to determine which two particles have the greatest attractive electric force.
48.ESS.1.2Analyze mass and distance data of planets to determine the planet that has the greatest gravitational force acting on it.
57.PS.3.1Compare the kinetic energy of two students when given their speed and mass and explain the reasoning; identify the graph that shows the relationship between speed and kinetic energy and explain the reasoning.
68.ESS.3.5Interpret a model to show how thermal energy that causes global warming moves through Earth's systems. Identify activities that will reduce greenhouse gas production.
77.ETS.3.5Determine whether parts of a system are inputs, processes, or outputs.
87.ETS.3.3Determine whether parts of a vehicle are structural, propulsion, or control subsystems.
96.ETS.2.3Select the appropriate safety equipment and tools needed to construct a prototype.
108.ESS.2.5Analyze data to determine the causes of a change in weather.
117.PS.3.4Explain how mass affects the amount of heat energy that one object can transfer to another.
127.LS.2.2Analyze a food web to describe how the ecological relationships among organisms influence populations in an ecosystem.
137.LS.2.3Use a food web to determine which organisms in an ecosystem transfer energy from sunlight into food molecules.
147.LS.2.4Determine what data should be collected to study how overfishing one population affects another population.
157.LS.2.1Analyze a food web to describe and explain the ecological relationship between two organisms and explain how changes to the populations of organisms affect the population sizes of other organisms.
167.ESS.2.4Analyze a water cycle model to determine what would cause an increase in evaporation.
176.PS.1.6Analyze the results of an investigation to determine whether a reaction was endothermic or exothermic, and show how the results should be organized in a lab notebook.
187.ETS.3.1Interpret a model of a communication system to determine its source and storage.
197.ETS.1.7Describe the function of a prototype.
208.LS.1.7Describe how digested food molecules are used by a person's body.
217.ETS.1.2Interpret a decision matrix to determine the best design solutions.
226.PS.4.2Determine which model shows how light is transmitted through a material.
238.LS.3.4Complete a model to show the pairs of alleles that code for a trait in an offspring and its parents.
246.ETS.1.1Determine a constraint of a design solution for a manufacturer.
256.ETS.1.5Calculate the length of a scaled drawing and select the correct scaled drawing by measuring its length.
266.ETS.2.1Determine which property of a metal blade allows it to cut other materials.
278.ETS.2.5Identity which manufacturing processes are used to make a product and explain an advantage of using computer-controlled machines for some manufacturing steps.
286.ESS.1.4Identify and explain the relative ages of rock layers, explain how fossils of a species can be found in a different environment from where the species lived, and explain why fossils of a species may be found in only one rock layer.
298.ESS.1.1Complete a model to show the Sun-Earth system and describe the daylight hours in the Southern Hemisphere for a certain month.
308.PS.1.1Compare the properties of two molecules by interpreting models of the molecules.
318.PS.2.2Use information about the motion and speed of an object to determine if the forces on the object are balanced or unbalanced.
328.LS.1.5Analyze data to determine that an environmental factor influenced the growth of organisms.
338.ESS.2.1Use a model to draw a conclusion about oceanic crust near a mid-ocean ridge.
346.PS.4.1Compare wave models and determine which two have the same amplitude.
358.LS.3.2Explain why sexual reproduction helped a species survive an environmental change.
368.LS.4.4Identify whether an inherited trait will increase in a population over time and explain the reasoning.
377.PS.3.3Explain how an insulated cooler can keep its contents cold.
386.LS.4.1Analyze fossil record data to determine how the fossil record changed and explain why the change occurred.
396.PS.1.7Use a data table with mass , volume, and physical state to determine which material has the greatest density.
406.ESS.1.1Describe how Earth would appear from the Moon when Earth is experiencing a lunar eclipse.
418.LS.3.3Explain why different types of cells in an organ can have different functions.

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