Alaska Learning Standards for Science — Grade 11

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asking questions, predicting, observing, describing, measuring, classifying, making generalizations, analyzing data, developing models, inferring, and communicating*


recognizing and analyzing multiple explanations and models, using this information to revise students own explanation or model if necessary (L)


evaluating the credibility of cited sources when conducting the students own scientific investigation (L)


conducting research and communicating results to solve a problem (e.g., fish and game management, building permits, mineral rights, land use policies) (L)


predicting the properties of an element (i.e., reactivity, metal, non-metal) using the periodic table and verifying the predictions through experimentation (L)


demonstrating energy (e.g., nuclear, electromagnetic, chemical, mechanical, thermal) transfers and transformations by comparing useful energy to total energy (entropy) (L)


predicting how an atom can interact with other atoms based on its electron configuration and verifying the results (L)


researching applications of nuclear reactions in which a small amount of matter is converted directly into a huge amount of energy (i.e., E=MC2 ) (L)


conducting an experiment to demonstrate that when one thing exerts a force on another, an equal amount of force is exerted back on it (L)