Exhibit Alignment with SC Science Standards 8 th Grade


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1 Scientific Inquiry Standard 81: The student will demnstrate an understanding f technlgical design and scientific inquiry, including prcess skills, mathematical thinking, cntrlled investigative design and analysis, and prblem slving Design a cntrlled scientific investigatin WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Are yu a risk taker?, What are the dds?, Safe Crackers, One In a Millin, Cin Orbiter, Space Weight Recgnize the imprtance f a systematic prcess fr safely and accurately cnducting investigatins WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Hurricane Wind Shack, Tesla Cil, Bed f Nails, Virtual Sprts, Xtreme Cnstruct explanatins and cnclusins frm interpretatins f data btained during a cntrlled scientific investigatin WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Are yu a risk taker?, What are the dds?, One In a Millin, AntiGravity Chamber, Space Weight, Cin Orbiter, Earth TicTacTe, MindBall Generate questins fr further study n the basis f prir investigatins WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: MindBall, Are yu a risk taker?, What are the dds?, One In a Millin, AntiGravity Chamber, Space Weight, Cin Orbiter, Earth TicTacTe Explain the imprtance f and requirements fr replicatin f scientific investigatins WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Are yu a risk taker?, What are the dds?, One In a Millin, Safe Crackers, MindBall
2 8 1.6 Use apprpriate tls and instruments (including cnvex lenses, plane mirrrs, clr filters, prisms, and slinky springs) safely and accurately when cnducting a cntrlled scientific investigatin WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Pulley Pwer, Cin Orbiter, Space Update Use apprpriate safety prcedures when cnducting investigatins WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Hurricane Wind Shack, Tesla Cil, Bed f Nails, Virtual Sprts, Xtreme 360, Rpes Challenge Curse Earth s Bilgical Histry Standard 82: The student will demnstrate an understanding f Earth s bilgical diversity ver time (Earth Science, Life Science) Explain hw bilgical adaptatins f ppulatins enhance their survival in a particular envirnment WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Raring Sunds, Earth TicTacTe Explain hw Earth s histry has been influenced by catastrphes (including the impact f an asterid r cmet, climatic changes, and vlcanic activity) that have affected the cnditins n Earth and the diversity f its lifefrms WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Natural Disasters, Earth TicTacTe, Space Inf Center Summarize the factrs, bth natural and manmade, that can cntribute t the extinctin f a species WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Earth TicTacTe
3 Earth s Structure and Prcesses Standard 83: The student will demnstrate an understanding f materials that determine the structure f Earth and the prcesses that have altered this structure Summarize the three layers f Earthcrust, mantle, and cren the basis f relative psitin, density, and cmpsitin WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Earth TicTacTe, Space Inf Center Infer an earthquake s epicenter frm seismgraphic data WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Natural Disasters Explain hw the thery f plate tectnics accunts fr the mtin f the lithspheric plates, the gelgic activities at the plate bundaries, and the changes in landfrm areas ver gelgic time WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Natural Disasters, Earth TicTacTe Illustrate the creatin and changing f landfrms that have ccurred thrugh gelgic prcesses (including vlcanic eruptins and muntainbuilding frces) WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Natural Disasters, Earth TicTacTe Explain hw earthquakes result frm frces inside Earth WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Natural Disasters, Earth TicTacTe
4 Astrnmy: Earth and Space Systems Standard 84: The student will demnstrate an understanding f the characteristics, structure, and predictable mtins f celestial bdies (Earth Science) Summarize the characteristics and mvements f bjects in the slar system (including planets, mns, asterids, cmets, and meters) WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Space Trivia, Csmic Discvery Explain hw the surface features f the Sun may affect Earth WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Earth TicTacTe Explain the mtins f Earth and the Mn and the effects f these mtins as they rbit the Sun (including day, ear, phases f the Mn, eclipses, and tides) WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Space Update, Natural Disasters, Earth TicTacTe Explain hw the tilt f Earth s axis affects the length f the day and the amunt f heating n Earth s surface, thus causing the seasns f the year WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Natural Disasters, Earth TicTacTe Explain hw gravitatinal frces are influenced by mass and distance WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Pulley Pwer, Hw high can yu jump?, Xtreme 360, Csmic Discvery, Space Weight Explain the effects f gravity n tides and planetary rbits WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Natural Disasters, Earth TicTacTe, Space Inf Center
5 8 4.8 Explain the difference between mass and weight by using the cncept f gravitatinal frce WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Xtreme 360, Pulley Pwer, Hw high can yu jump?, Anti Gravity Chamber, Cin Orbiter, Space Weight Recall the Sun s psitin in the universe, the shapes and cmpsitin f galaxies, and the distant measurement unit (light year) needed t identify star and galaxy lcatins WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Csmic Discvery, Space Update Cmpare the purpses f the tls and the technlgy that scientists use t study space (including varius types f telescpes, satellites, space prbes, and spectrscpes) WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Space Update, Csmic Discvery, Space Inf Center, Space Weight Frces and Mtin Standard 85: The student will demnstrate an understanding f the effects f frces n the mtin f an bject (Physical Science) Use the frmula fr average speed, v=d/t, t slve realwrld prblems WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Virtual Sprts Analyze the effects f frces (including gravity and frictin) n the speed and directin f an bject WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Xtreme 360, Pulley Pwer, Hw high can yu jump?, Anti Gravity Chamber, Virtual Sprts, Cin Orbiter
6 8 5.4 Predict hw varying the amunt f frce r mass will affect the mtin f an bject WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Pulley Pwer, Xtreme 360, Hw high can yu jump?, Anti Gravity Chamber, Virtual Sprts, Cin Orbiter Analyze the resulting effect f balanced and unbalanced frces n an bject s mtin in terms f magnitude and directin WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Pulley Pwer, Xtreme 360, Hw high can yu jump?, Anti Gravity Chamber, Virtual Sprts, Cin Orbiter Summarize and illustrate the cncept f inertia WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Pulley Pwer, Xtreme 360, Hw high can yu jump?, Anti Gravity Chamber, Virtual Sprts, Cin Orbiter Waves Standard 86: The student will demnstrate an understanding f the prperties and behavirs f waves (Physical Science) Summarize factrs that influence the basic prperties f waves (including frequency, amplitude, wavelength, and speed) WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Earth TicTacTe Explain hearing in terms f the relatinship between sund waves and the ear WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Flr Pian, Harp
7 8 6.6 Explain sight in terms f the relatinship between the eye and the light waves emitted r reflected by an bject WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: AntiGravity Chamber, Alien Stmp Dme, Strike a Pse, Recllectins Explain hw the absrptin and reflectin f light waves by varius materials result in the human perceptin f clr WnderWrks Applicable Exhibits: Alien Stmp Dme, Memry Sequencer, Recllectins, Strike a Pse
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