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1: How Humans Think While Understanding the Natural World; Science as Inquiry Doing scientific inquiry Living the values, attitudes, and commitments of the inquiring mind   Using Unifying concepts and themes: system, change, scale and model Doing Safety Relating the Nature of Technology to science: 
 2:  What we Know Today About the World Around Us ; Historical Perspectives  Understanding Scienctific Inquiry and the Character of Scientific Knowledge:  Students explain the process of how scientific knowledge is generated by scientific inquiry and be able to critique a scientific investigation.  Interdependence of science, Technology, and society:  Student analyze and evaluate the interdependence of science, technology, and society.   MALAMA I KA 'AINA:  Sustainability:  Students make decisions needed to sustain life on Earth now and for future generations by concidering the limited resources and fragile environmentatl conditions.  Unity and Diversity:  Students examine the unity and diversit of organisms and how they can be compared scientifically.  Interdependence:  Students describe, analyze, and give examples of how organisms are dependent on one another and their environments. Cycle of matter and Energy Flow:  Students trace the cycling of matter and the flow of energy through systems of living things.  Biological Evolution:  Students examine evidence for the evolution of life on earth and assess the arguments for natural selection as a scientific explanation of biological evolution. Heredity:  Students describe how variation in biological traits are passed on to successive generations. Cells, Tissues and Organs:Students explain the structure, functions, and reproduction of living cells.  Human Development:  Students explain the important aspects of human development from fertilization to death and compare them with other organisms.   Wellness:  Students appraise the relationship between their bodily functions and their physical and mental well-being.  Learning and Human Behavior:  Students explain what influences learning and human behavior. Nature of Matter:  Students examine the nature of matter.  Energy, Its Transformation and matter:  Students identify the different forms of energy and explain transformation of energy and its significance in understanding the structure of matter and the Universe.   Forces, Motion, Sound and Light:  Students explain the relationship between force, mass and motion of objects; they analyze the nature of sound and electromagnetic radiation.   Universe:  Students discuss current scientific views of the universe.  Forces of the universe:  Students explain the major forces in nature:  gravitational. Electrical and Magnetic. Earth in the Solar System:  Students discuss how the earth-moon-sun system causes seasons, moon phases, climate, weather and global changes.  Forces that shape the earth:  Students study how the earth's surface is formed.