# KIPP Academy Boston Charter School (District)

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## 2019 Item by Item Results for GRADE 08 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

### Number of Students Included: 63

 KIPP Academy Boston Charter School (District) - GRADE 08 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ITEM INFORMATION PERCENT OF DISTRICT'S POSSIBLE POINTS ITEM TYPE REPORTING CATEGORY STANDARD ITEM DESC POSSIBLE POINTS KIPP ACADEMY BOSTON CHARTER SCHOOL (DISTRICT) STATE DISTRICT-STATE DIFFERENCE 1 SR TE 6.ETS.2.1 Describe why a material is an appropriate choice for part of a bridge. 1 78% 81% -3 2 SR PS 8.PS.1.4 Describe a change to a particle model that will show the atoms with more thermal energy. 1 63% 70% -7 3 SR PS 6.PS.4.1 Relate the amount of energy in a seismic wave to the wave's amplitude. 1 51% 39% 12 4 CR TE 7.ETS.3.4 Analyze a model bridge to determine the loads on the system and describe an advantage and a disadvantage of making a design change. 3 41% 52% -11 5 CR ES 8.ESS.2.1 Interpret a model of two oceanic plates colliding, identify a geological feature that is formed, and describe the process that causes plates to move. 3 23% 33% -10 6 SR LS 8.LS.3.4 Complete a table showing the percentages of genotypes for a cross between two plants that are heterozygous for a particular trait. 1 43% 42% 1 7 SR TE 7.ETS.1.2 Evaluate two design solutions to determine an advantage of one solution over the other. 1 52% 52% 0 8 SR TE 8.ETS.2.5 Describe the separation process for creating the desired shape of an object and describe the finishing process for that object. 2 37% 39% -2 9 SR PS 7.PS.3.4 Analyze particle models of two gas samples and determine that the samples differ in temperature. 1 60% 70% -10 10 SR PS 6.PS.1.7 Order a set of objects from least to most dense given the mass and volume of the objects. 1 41% 35% 6 11 SR ES 8.ESS.1.1 Interpret a model of the Sun-Earth system to explain the cause of the cyclical pattern of the seasons. 1 35% 65% -30 12 SR PS 8.PS.2.2 Analyze force models to determine whether the speeds of objects are changing. 1 24% 46% -22 13 SR LS 7.LS.2.4 Describe how a change in the amount of Arctic ice in polar regions is most likely to affect a species that lives in these regions. 1 65% 70% -5 14 SR ES 7.ESS.2.4 Interpret a model to determine how energy from the Sun and Earth's gravity affect the cycling of water. 1 75% 77% -2 15 SR PS 7.PS.3.2 Determine which object has the largest potential energy based on the mass and relative position of the objects. 1 21% 44% -23 16 CR LS 8.LS.4.5 Describe one advantage and one disadvantage of selecting traits artificially in a species. 2 27% 38% -11 17 SR LS 7.LS.2.2 Identify a factor that can limit competition between different species living in the same area. 1 84% 84% 0 18 SR LS 6.LS.1.2 Use a model to determine the part of a plant cell that produces sugars. 1 22% 52% -30 19 SR PS 7.PS.3.6 Identify an example of heat being transferred by conduction. 1 51% 54% -3 20 SR ES 8.ESS.2.5 Determine why air on Earth circulates between the equator and the poles. 1 30% 50% -20 21 SR ES 6.ESS.1.5 Determine the size of the Sun relative to the planets in our solar system. 1 81% 84% -3 22 SR TE 6.ETS.2.3 Select the appropriate safety equipment and tools needed to construct a prototype. 1 41% 68% -27 23 SR PS 7.PS.2.3 Compare the strengths of the electric forces between pairs of charges. 1 60% 75% -15 24 SR LS 6.LS.1.3 Determine the body system that directly controls when muscles contract. 1 46% 54% -8 25 SR TE 7.ETS.3.3 Determine whether parts of a vehicle are structural, propulsion, or control subsystems. 1 57% 66% -9 26 SR PS 6.PS.1.8 Determine the next step in a procedure for separating a mixture, and identify evidence that shows a substance is a mixture. 2 48% 62% -14 27 CR ES 8.ESS.1.2 Complete a model to show the force that keeps a planet in orbit around a star, and identify that force. 2 61% 69% -8 28 SR TE 7.ETS.3.5 Classify part of a transportation system according to the universal systems model. 1 29% 49% -20 29 SR ES 6.ESS.1.4 Analyze a diagram to determine the youngest rock layer that was present when a fault formed. 1 14% 32% -18 30 SR ES 8.ESS.3.5 Analyze a graph to determine a result of changes in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels over time. 1 43% 54% -11 31 SR LS 8.LS.1.5 Determine that genetic differences in individuals of the same species result in different traits. 1 60% 72% -12 32 SR LS 7.LS.2.2 Determine the relationship between a plant and an insect and describe that relationship. 1 90% 84% 6 33 SR LS 7.LS.1.4 Describe how attracting insects can increase the probability of a plant reproducing. 1 65% 69% -4 34 SR LS 8.LS.3.2 Select an advantage of a plant reproducing sexually and an advantage of a plant reproducing asexually. 1 60% 67% -7 35 CR LS 6.LS.4.1 Analyze fossil record data to describe fossils found in different time periods, and describe evidence that could show a relationship between certain plants and insects. 3 19% 27% -8 36 SR ES 7.ESS.2.2 Determine that an area in New England was once covered by glaciers based on a description of the area. 1 14% 43% -29 37 CR PS 6.PS.1.6 Analyze 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. 3 35% 43% -8 38 SR ES 6.ESS.1.1 Determine the cause of the Moon's phases, and identify what occurs during one cycle of the Moon's phases. 2 56% 59% -3 39 SR TE 6.ETS.2.1 Identify an important property of a material for a given design task. 1 67% 59% 8 40 SR TE 6.ETS.1.5 Use an appropriate ruler to determine the scale of a drawing. 1 48% 65% -17 41 SR TE 7.ETS.3.1 Determine why part of a communication system is considered a decoder. 1 51% 46% 5