New Hampshire State Standards for Science — Grade 7


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S:SPS1:8:1.1

Use appropriate tools to accurately collect and record both qualitative and quantitative data gathered through observations (e.g., temperature probes, electronic balances, spring scales, microscopes, stop watches).

S:SPS1:8:1.2

Determine the degree of accuracy that can be obtained using a given instrument.

S:SPS1:8:1.3

Investigate similarities and differences noted when making observations.

S:SPS1:8:1.4

Construct and use a dichotomous key to classify a given set of objects or organisms.

S:SPS1:8:1.5

Evaluate methods of classification for a specific purpose.

S:SPS1:8:1.6

Rephrase questions so that they can be tested or investigated using scientific methodologies.

S:SPS1:8:1.7

Ask questions about relationships between and among observable variables.

S:SPS1:8:2.1

Identify the manipulated, responding and controlled variables in an experiment.

S:SPS1:8:2.2

Design a controlled experiment, identifying and controlling the major variables.