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 Classification of Matter, Chemical Reactivity
 Biology/Life Science:
 Anatomy and Physiology
 Friction and movement of chewing


 Science as Inquiry- Content Standard A
 Students will learn to think critically and logically, to make relationships between  evidence and explanations 
 Students will learn to make relationships between evidence and explanations 
 Students will learn develop descriptions, explanations, predictions and models using  evidence and to communicate scientific proceedures and explanations
 Physical Science - Content Standard B
 Students will further their knowledge of properties of matter by recognizing that:  Substances are often placed in categories or groups if they react in similar ways;  Substances have characteristic properties all of which are independent of the amount  of the sample;
 Substances react chemically in characteristic ways with other substances to form  new substances.
 Life Science -Content Standard C
 Students will recognize disease as the breakdown in structures or functions of an  organism. Some diseases are the result of intrinsic failures of the system. Others are  the result of damage by infection or other systems.




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