Life science – structure & processes – grade 4 – 2
[Clarification Statement: Thorns, branches, roots, colored petals, heart, stomach, lung, brain, and skin are examples of structures.] [Assessment Boundary: Macroscopic structures within plant and animal systems are only assessed.]
[Clarification Statement: The focus is on information-transfer systems.] [Assessment Boundary: The mechanisms by which the brain stores and recalls information, as well as the mechanisms by which sensory receptors act, are not included in the assessment.]
Engaging in Evidence-Based Argumentation
In 3–5, engaging in proof-based reasoning builds on K–2 experiences and progresses to critiquing peer-proposed scientific theories or solutions by referencing applicable evidence from the natural and constructed universe (s).
Next generation standard 4-ls1-2
What a student should be able to do to demonstrate mastery of a concept is called a Performance Expectation (PE). A Clarification Statement and/or an Assessment Boundary are included in some PEs. These can be found by pressing the “More Details” button on the PE. When you hover your mouse over a PE, it will highlight the pieces from the Science and Engineering Practices, Disciplinary Core Ideas, and Crosscutting Concepts that correspond to it.
You may learn more about a particular Science and Engineering Practice, Disciplinary Core Idea, or Crosscutting Concept by clicking on it. You will find the corresponding elements in the PEs by hovering over them.
生命科學- 結構與過程- 四年級- 2
4th grade Change is the theme of the summer! Create and maintain a science journal or science folder for each child to keep track of their notes, findings, and reflections over the summer! Week 1: June 30th to July 3rd Growth and Development ELA is a subject that a lot of people are interested in. Priority Criteria: R.1: Read carefully to decide what the text states clearly and to draw logical inferences from it; cite relevant textual facts to support conclusions taken from the text while writing or speaking. W.9 – To promote interpretation, reflection, and study, use evidence from literary or informational texts. SL.1: Prepare for and engage actively in a variety of discussions and partnerships with a variety of partners, building on others’ ideas while simply and persuasively communicating their own. 4.MD.1: Recognize relative sizes of measurement units within a single set of units, such as km, m, and cm. 4-LS1-2: Explain how animals receive various types of information through their senses, process the information in their brains, and react to the information in different ways using a model. Product/assessment by students:
Ngss 4-ls1-2 the senses and your brain
NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards)
4th grade lesson four structures in amphibians 4 ls1 1
4-LS1-1 NGSS Norm Structures and Processes from Molecules to Organisms 4-LS1-1. Construct a case for the existence of internal and external structures in plants and animals that sustain survival, growth, behavior, and reproduction. Structure and Function (LS1.A) 4-LS1-2 (NGSS Standard) Structures and Processes from Molecules to Organisms 4-LS1-2. Explain how animals receive various types of information through their senses, process it in their brains, and react to it in different ways using a model. Information Processing (LS1.D) Standard 3-LS4-3 of the NGSS The Unity and Diversity in Biological Evolution 3-LS4-3. Build a case based on evidence that certain species can thrive in a specific ecosystem, while others struggle to survive. Adaptation (LS4.C)