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Program Components Reference Text

Interactive Student Notebook

Reference Texts provide background and additional context for students as they complete investigations.

During investigations, students record observations, graph data, construct arguments, and more in their Interactive Student Notebooks.

Planet Earth

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Social Studies Alive!

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History Alive!

Geography Alive!

Geography Alive!

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Government Alive!

Planet Earth

Space

Interactive Student Notebook In the Interactive Student Notebook, you will • think about what you already know • take notes from your reading • record discoveries from each investigation • show what you have learned

Your Science Investigation Journal

Space

Interactive Student Notebook Your Science Investigation Journal

At the end of the school year, you’ll be able to look back at the pages of your notebook to see all the science you have explored!

Space

Econ Alive!

Planet Earth

Government Alive!

Space

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Social Studies Alive!

In the Interactive Student Notebook, you will • think about what you already know • take notes from your reading • record discoveries from each investigation • show what you have learned

Interactive Student Notebook

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Interactive Student Notebook

Planet Earth Bring Learning Alive!

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Weather and Climate

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Interactive Student Notebook

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Interactive Student Notebook 100% NGSS Your Science Investigation Journal

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Materials Kits Ready-to-use Materials Kits are prepped and organized for you to seamlessly integrate into each lesson.

Online Resources Simulations, lesson presentations, customizable 3-Dimensional assessments, and more are at your fingertips.


Unwrapping a TCI Unit


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Bring Science Alive! Earth Science Planet Earth Unit 1 - Earth Systems Anchoring Phenomenon: Flowing, bright molten rock in the form of lava moves across Earth’s surface forming new land and erasing vegetation. Storyline: Kilauea is an active volcano in Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii. Every day energy flows through the volcano and moves matter in the form of hot, molten lava. Create an exhibit for the park using graphics, pictures, and text to explain these volcanic processes.

1 Energy in Earth’s Systems

Phenomenon: When the bottom of a tank of water is heated, warm water rises, cools, and falls back again.

2 Scales of Change on Earth’s Surface

Phenomenon: Ice breaks off a glacier and falls into the ocean.

Performance Assessment: Changes in Earth’s Surface at the Kilauea Volcano Anchoring Phenomenon: Flowing, bright molten rock in the form of lava moves across Earth’s surface forming new land and erasing vegetation. Storyline: Create an informational kiosk about Kilauea, an active volcano in Hawaii. Use your knowledge of the earth’s systems, as well as your knowledge of scales of change, to best inform visitors. Present and explain your plans to park officials at the National Park Service in Hawaii.

Unit 2 - Processes that Shape Earth Anchoring Phenomenon: Earth’s natural resources, like minerals, energy, and groundwater, are unevenly distributed across communities. Storyline: Companies that use natural resources to produce roses, energy, and bottled water want to relocate to a community. Students are on that community’s “Board of Natural Resource Development” and must evaluate the needs of the three companies and decide which company they should fund.

3 Earth’s Tectonic Plates

Phenomenon: Fossils of plants that had broad, flat leaves are found in Antarctica.

4 The Rock Cycle

Phenomenon: Some rock types can be found in a community, but not others.

5 The Water Cycle

Phenomenon: During the first week of January, New York was covered in four feet of snow, but by the end of May the streets were bare. Engineering Challenge: Test and Improve a Solar Distiller Description: Build, test, and improve a solar distiller. Use data to explain what effects changes to the distiller design have on the rates of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation of water in the distiller.

6 Earth’s Natural Resources

Anchoring Phenomenon: Every device contains parts that are made from natural resources.

Performance Assessment: Fund a Natural Resource Company Anchoring Phenomenon: Earth’s natural resources, like minerals, energy, and groundwater, are unevenly distributed across communities. Storyline: You are on a community’s Board of Natural Resource Development. Evaluate the needs of three companies and decide which company to fund.


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Unit 3 - Earth Processes Through Geologic Time Anchoring Phenomenon: Despite the lack of volcanoes and flowing water, igneous rocks and sedimentary rocks are found throughout the Black Hills. Storyline: Different rock types are found around Devils Tower and the Black Hills National Forest. Learn about the formation of Devils Tower and act as National Forest Rangers to explain how the positions of these rock types relate to the way they were formed.

7 Investigating Rock Strata

Phenomenon: The rock layers at the bottom of the Grand Canyon are much older than those found at the top of the Grand Canyon.

8 Reconstructing Earth’s History

Phenomenon: The moon contains rocks that are very much like Earth’s and formed at about the same time as many of Earth’s oldest rocks.

Performance Assessment: Explaining the Black Hills Anchoring Phenomenon: Despite the lack of volcanoes and flowing water, igneous rocks and sedimentary rocks are found throughout the Black Hills. Storyline: As forest rangers in Black Hills National Forest, answer a middle schooler’s questions about the rock patterns he’s observed in the Black Hills as well as about the nearby Devils Tower National Monument.

Unit 4 - Earth’s Natural Hazards Anchoring Phenomenon: Bridges in some places risk damage or destruction from multiple natural hazards including flooding, mass wasting, earthquakes, and even volcanic activity. Storyline: You are a civil engineer who must decide how three bridges will be built at three different locations in Placerville, CA. Each location may face different natural hazards over time. Your job is to review data to forecast which natural hazards these bridges will face during their lifetimes. Finally, you will use the forecast to recommend design criteria.

9 Volcanic Eruptions and Earthquakes

Phenomenon: Volcanoes erupt and earthquakes shift the ground at similar places around the globe, but there are other places that see very little earthquake and volcanic activity.

10 Mass Wasting, Tsunamis, and Floods

Phenomenon: Data on maps shows that Northen California has more mass wasting than Missouri, even though Missouri has more floods.

Engineering Challenge: Designing a Bridge for Floods and Landslides Description: Redesign a bridge to withstand floods and mass wasting events. Use tests to collect data and improve the performance of your bridge model using simulated flood events. Performance Assessment: Planning Bridges to Withstand Natural Hazards Anchoring Phenomenon: Bridges in some places risk damage or destruction from multiple natural hazards including flooding, mass wasting, earthquakes, and even volcanic activity. Storyline: As a civil engineer, analyze and interpret data including records of the locations, magnitudes, and frequencies of flood, mass wasting, and earthquake events in Placerville, CA. Then, use these data to generate design criteria for three bridges that can withstand likely hazards while meeting constraints.


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Space Unit 1 - The Earth-Sun-Moon System Anchoring Phenomenon: Celestial objects appear to move in distinct patterns from Earth. Storyline: Patterns of the apparent motion of the sun, the moon, and stars in the sky can be described, predicted, and explained with models. Develop your own model of the Earth-sun-moon system, using it to create a film that explains the cyclic patterns of lunar phases, eclipses of the sun and moon, and the seasons.

1 Earth’s Rotation and Revolution

Phenomenon: The sun appears to move across the sky during the day, and stars appear to move across the sky during the night.

2 Earth’s Tilted Axis

Phenomenon: Each year, trees sprout leaves which grow, change color, die, and fall off.

3 Phases of the Moon

Phenomenon: The appearance of the moon changes every night.

4 Eclipses

Phenomenon: Sometimes the sun appears to be blocked by the moon.

Performance Assessment: Presenting a Model of the Earth-Sun-Moon System Anchoring Phenomenon: Celestial objects appear to move in distinct patterns from Earth. Storyline: Create your own video models of cyclic patterns in the Earth-sun-moon system.

Unit 2 - The Solar System Anchoring Phenomenon: The Solar System and Beyond Storyline: Each of the eight planets in the solar system share some characteristics and patterns with the other planets, but each also has its own unique set of characteristics. Advise the “members” of the International Astronomical Union as to the best way to classify the eight planets.

5 Gravity and the Solar System

Phenomenon: Planets revolve around stars while moons revolve around planets.

6 The Inner Solar System

Phenomenon: Body systems, like the skeletal system, are made of smaller and smaller parts. Engineering Challenge: Landing on Mars Description: Work in groups to design a vehicle that can land on Mars.

7 The Outer Solar System

Phenomenon: There are millions of objects in our solar system, but we only call a few of them ‘planets.’ Performance Assessment: Classifying Planets Anchoring Phenomenon: Celestial objects in the solar system have similar characteristics which can be used to sort them into groups. Storyline: Prepare a memo recommending a planet classification system and present it to your mentor at the International Astronomical Union.


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Unit 3 - The Solar System and Beyond Anchoring Phenomenon: Celestial objects in our solar system and beyond all follow distinct patterns of movement. Storyline: Learn about gravity’s role in the formation of the solar system, the growth of planets in the solar system, the existence of stars beyond our solar system, and the structure of the Milky Way and other galaxies. As a consultant, help a movie director shooting a film about space to make sure the end product accurately reflects the laws of physics and space.

8 Formation of the Solar System

Phenomenon: Humans weren’t around to watch the solar system form, but we have observed patterns that may explain its formation.

9 Beyond the Solar System

Phenomenon: It’d be extremely difficult to fit a scale model of our Milky Way Galaxy in a classroom.

Engineering Challenge: Engineering a Damping Device Description: Design and test a “space capsule” that will protect a camera from being smashed upon its return from space. Performance Assessment: Writing a Gravity Adventure Scene Anchoring Phenomenon: Celestial objects in our solar system and beyond all follow distinct patterns of movement. Storyline: Write a script for a movie’s climax using a gravitationally correct scenario. In the script, present an exciting drama that results from gravity’s force on celestial objects. Explain exactly how gravity is responsible for the event.

Weather and Climate Unit 1 - The Atmosphere and Energy Anchoring Phenomenon: Cold food in a cooler stays cold, and food in a solar cooker gets hot. Storyline: Adventurers who brave extreme weather conditions to trek across California’s scorching Death Valley and Antarctica’s frozen surface must be prepared. The Extreme Adventures Company has hired you to design equipment for these adventurers to help them stay healthy and safe.

1 Earth’s Atmosphere

Phenomenon: Breathable air exists only in the lowest 5 km of Earth’s atmosphere.

2 Taking Earth’s Temperature

Phenomenon: Ice melts faster on some surfaces than others.

Engineering Challenge: Minimizing and Maximizing the Rate of Heat Transfer Description: Extreme Adventures Company is holding a contest for the best cooler and the best solar oven design. Students design a device to either minimize or maximize heat transfer while meeting all criteria and constraints.

3 Earth and Solar Energy

Phenomenon: The surface temperature on Venus is 464 °C, which is hot enough to melt lead.

Performance Assessment: Surviving Extreme Temperatures Anchoring Phenomenon: Food in a cooler stays cold, and food in a solar cooker gets hot. Storyline: Develop a proposal to improve a cooler or solar cooker based on revised criteria and constraints, applying key scientific principles to optimize the design.


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Unit 2 - Weather Anchoring Phenomenon: Severe weather events can lead to extreme loss of life and property. Storyline: You are part of a team working for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Your task is to develop instruments for measuring atmospheric conditions, interpret weather maps, make weather forecasts, issue severe weather warnings, and create severe weather action plans.

4 Air Pressure and Wind

Phenomenon: Some days are windy, and some are not.

5 Water and the Weather

Phenomenon: When warm air rises and then cools, clouds form in the sky.

6 Air Masses and Changing Weather

Phenomenon: Suddenly on a warm day, a cool wind begins to blow, clouds form, and the temperature drops by ten degrees.

7 Severe Weather

Phenomenon: There are more tornadoes in the Great Plains than anywhere else in the United States.

Performance Assessment: Severe Weather Action Plan Anchoring Phenomenon: Severe weather events can lead to extreme loss of life and property. Storyline: Gather weather data and make forecasts, then propose recommendations to the city council for developing methods that can mitigate the dangers of any severe weather events you forecasted.

Unit 3 - Climate Anchoring Phenomenon: From 1880 to 2016, Earth’s average temperature increased by 0.95°C. Storyline: The major impacts of the rise in average global temperature include: rising sea level, changing weather patterns, and disruption of ecosystems. Design a plan to mitigate and/or adapt to one of these aspects of climate change.

8 Climate Patterns

Phenomenon: Earth’s surface is warmer at the equator than it is at the poles.

9 Global Circulation of the Atmosphere

Phenomenon: The Sooty Shearwater’s yearly migration follows the same figure-eight pattern each time.

10 How the Ocean Affects Climate

Phenomenon: The ocean water along the southern California coastline is colder than the ocean water along the South Carolina coastline, despite being at the same latitude.

11 Local Climate

Phenomenon: The local climates on either side of a mountain are different. Engineering Challenge: Designing a Microclimate Description: Design and develop a growth system that maintains its own microclimate ideal for a plant not native to your local environment.

12 Earth’s Climate Over Time

Phenomenon: During the past 100 years, Earth’s average global temperature has risen by about 0.7 °C.

13 Climate Today and Tomorrow

Phenomenon: Since 1979, the average yearly minimum size of the ice cap at the North Pole has decreased by about 40 percent.

Performance Assessment: Mitigating and Adapting to Climate Change Anchoring Phenomenon: From 1880 to 2016, Earth’s average temperature increased by 0.95° C. Storyline: Join a team of scientists to describe the threats that a city’s regional climate faces from climate change, then create a plan to mitigate or adapt to climate change.


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A Phenomena-Rich Program TCI believes that phenomena makes science more meaningful for students. Bring Science Alive! provides many opportunities for students to engage with, investigate, and make sense of natural phenomena in their own lives.

Anchoring Phenomenon The anchoring phenomenon encourages students to make connections with the world around them. Students then further explore the phenomenon during the Performance Assessment.

Lesson Phenomenon

Local Phenomenon

Each lesson begins with an investigative phenomenon that is used to pique students’ interest and drive instruction throughout the investigations. At the end of a lesson, students use what they learned to make sense of the phenomenon.

Students build a deeper, personal connection to the phenomenon through direct observation or by conducting research to find out more about the phenomenon in their local area.


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Bring Science Alive! covers a variety of phenomena topics to engage every student.

Multimedia Phenomena

Phenomena are presented through videos, images, and hands-on observations.

Rich multimedia throughout the program provide easy ways for students to interpret the phenomena.


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Three-Dimensional Learning Students set forth to investigate each lesson’s phenomenon. Each carefully-designed investigation guides students through mastering the lesson’s science practices, crosscutting concepts, and disciplinary core ideas.

Lessons are broken out into modules so that teachers can pick and choose what works for their classroom.

Lessons are presented in an easy-to-use, customizable slideshow format.

Pacing is provided for teachers to plan in advance.

Each and every lesson focuses on at least one Science and Engineering Practice, one Disciplinary Core Idea, and one Crosscutting Concept.

Investigations are designed to meet Math and ELA Common Core standards as specified by NGSS.


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Material Kits are prepared and organized to seamlessly integrate into each lesson.

Consumable Materials can easily be ordered online.

Everything needed for one lesson is grouped together into a clearly labeled bag.


Planet Earth Materials Kit

AP-20-1

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Common Materials

Materials List Bin 1 Scales of Change on Earth’s Surface

Food coloring, set/4

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Sodium borate, 300 g.

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Thermometer

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String

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Toothpick, box/250

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Funnel

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Container, plastic

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Masking tape

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Tray, black

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Cup, styrofoam, 16oz

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Energy in Earth’s Systems

Loose In This Bin

Digital scale

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Cup, plastic, 16oz

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Pipette

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Jar, candle

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TCI Planet Earth poster

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Planet Earth Materials Kit

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Earth’s Tectonic Plates Cardboard sheet

Materials List Bin 2 The Water Cycle continued

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The Rock Cycle Magnifying glass

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Rock set

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Engineering Challenge: Test and Improve a Solar Distiller

Gravel, 16 oz.

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Model trees, pkg

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Performance Assessment: Fund a Natural Resource Company

Play money set

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Investigating Rock Strata

Rubber bands, 1/4 lb bag

1

Wax paper, roll

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Plastic wrap, roll

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Straw, large, pkg/26

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The Water Cycle

Reconstructing Earth’s History

Deli container, 16oz.

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Lid for deli container

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Gold stickers

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Planet Earth Materials Kit

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Reconstructing Earth’s History continued Construction paper, pastel

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Engineering Challenge: Designing a Bridge for Floods and Landslides

Dominoes, set/28

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Centimeter cubes, pkg/100

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Materials List Bin 2 Loose In This Bin Clay, modeling, pkg/4

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Foam tray

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Modeling dough, red

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Volcanic Eruptions and Earthquakes Rubber band, box/60

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Mass Wasting, Tsunamis, and Floods Sand, medium (200g)

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Space Materials Kit

Materials List Bin 1

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Loose In This Bin continued

Common Materials Measuring tape

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Mirror, 3”x5”

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Globe, inflatable

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LED bulb

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Protractor

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Masking tape, red

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Yarn

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Loose In This Bin Socket with cord

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Stress ball, globe

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Flashlight with batteries

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Skewers, pkg/100

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Ball, polystyrene, 3”

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TCI Space poster

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Ball, polystyrene, 3” with hole

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Hula hoop, segmented

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Space Materials Kit

Materials List Bin 2

Item #LM-0722

Beyond the Solar System

Gravity and the Solar System

Yarn

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Plastic cone

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Marble

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Tennis ball

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Mass (2lb medicine ball)

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Balloon, pkg/100

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Tent pole, Set/4

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Ball on string

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Formation of the Solar System Binder clips (20 pk)

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Black spandex, 60�x72�

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Marble, large

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Marble, small

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Space Materials Kit

Materials List Bin 3

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Engineering Challenge: Landing on Mars

Engineering Challenge: Engineering a Damping Device continued

Cup, paper, 3 oz

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Straws

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Rubber bands, #54, 1/4 lb bag

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Rubber band, #54, 1/4 lb bag

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Straws

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Assorted feathers, pkg

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String

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Cotton balls, pkg/300

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Ball, rubber

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Cup, paper, 3 oz

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Index cards, pkg/100

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Craft sticks, pkg/100

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Jar, plastic with lid

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Paper plates, pkg/30

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Packing peanuts, 1 cup

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Engineering Challenge: Engineering a Damping Device Bags, plastic sandwich size, pkg/100

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Weather and Climate Materials Kit Item #LM-0753

Common Materials

AP-20-1

Materials List Bin 1

Common Materials continued

Anemometer

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Binder clips, pkg/60

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Barometer

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Windsock

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Food coloring, pkg/4

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Loose In This Bin Gauze roll

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Beaker, 250mL

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Hygrometer

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Beaker, 600mL

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Digital scale

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Clay, modeling, pkg/4

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Rain gauge

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Containers, plastic shoebox

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Salt, non-iodized

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Cups, 9 oz

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Thermometer

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Foam sheets

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Weather and Climate Materials Kit Item #LM-0753

Materials List Bin 2

Earth and Solar Energy

Earth’s Atmosphere Bernoulli bags

AP-20-1

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Taking Earth’s Temperature

Laser pointer, keyring

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Optical filters, set of 5 colors

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Graduated cylinders, 10mL

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Isopropyl alcohol, 16oz

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Balloons

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Pipettes

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Check valves

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Straws

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Dowel, wooden

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Tile, ceramic

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Syringes, 60cc

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Thermometer, infrared

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Tubing, 10ft

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Air Pressure and Wind


Weather and Climate Materials Kit Item #LM-0753

Climate Patterns Batteries, AAA, pkg/18

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Flashlights

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Engineering Challenge: Designing a Microclimate

Moss

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Soil, 8qt

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Digital moisture meter

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Loose In This Bin The Atmosphere and Energy

How the Sun Heats Earth The hospitable temperatures on this “Goldilocks planet” are the result of a complex system of interactions involving sunlight, the atmosphere, the ocean, landforms, and living things.

The Natural Greenhouse Effect Keeps Earth Warm

TCI Weather poster

Convection Distributes Energy on Earth

Earth’s Tilted Axis Causes the Seasons

* Models are not to scale

Weather and Climate TCI-Weather

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AP-20-1

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Thinking Like an Engineer Engineering Challenges throughout the program allow for students to think like engineers as they solve real-world problems related to the Anchoring Phenomenon.

Students are assigned roles and come together to solve an engineering problem. This mirrors a real-world engineering team.

Teams develop solutions, conduct iterative testing, and use data (or results) to improve their solutions.

Students come up with their own metrics to measure the success of their design solution.


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Rubrics detail what is expected at each achievement level.

Engineering Challenge Rubric

Students go through the engineering design process for each challenge.

Rubrics are provided for the students so that they can thoughtfully answer questions knowing what they will be graded on.


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Checking Student Progress Bring Science Alive! offers a variety of assessments types to evaluate student learning.

Formative Assessment

Lesson Game In a Lesson Game, students answer selectedresponse questions about the lesson. Results are automatically tracked in your gradebook.

Key Science Concepts Videos, diagrams, and detailed illustrations provide an additional check for students’ understanding.

Notebook Monitor students’ progress in their notebooks as they go through the lesson and investigations.

Interactive Tutorials Students can check their own understanding of main ideas with Interactive Tutorials.

Simulations Students explore scientific concepts through an interactive game-like environment, which allows them to check and evaluate predictions.

Wrap-Up Slides Lead a culturally-responsive discussion with carefully designed three-dimensional questions.


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Summative Assessment Assessment items evaluate mastery of all three NGSS dimensions. Questions range in Depth of Knowledge levels 1-4.

Interactive stimuli engage students and prepare them for digital state tests.

A series of discrete items and performance tasks create a well-rounded assessment.

Performance Assessment

Students work collaboratively or individually to complete the tasks.

Analytical rubrics are provided to assess student work individually.

Hands-on Performance Assessments provide opportunities to check student understanding of the Performance Expectations.


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