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Science - Student Book (Florida Edition, Grade 4)

 
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This hands-on, inquiry-based program gives you the resources you need to fit science into your day by providing readable standards-based content, powerful integration of reading, vocabulary, and writing, as well as flexible three-step inquiry strategy and materials management solutions. Solid differentiated instruction to reach every learner and multiple ongoing assessments to prepare students for test success are also included in this science textbook.

 

CONTENTS


Unit A Organization of Living Things
Chapter 1: Life Processes
- Lesson 1: How Are Living Things Organized?
- Lesson 2: How Do Plants Carry Out Life Processes?
Chapter 2: Human Body Systems
- Lesson 1: What Is the Digestive System?
- Lesson 2: What Are the Circulatory and Respiratory Systems?
- Lesson 3: What Are the Skeletal and Muscular Systems?
Chapter 3: Life Cycles
- Lesson 1: How Do Plant Life Cycles Vary?
- Lesson 2: How Do Animal Life Cycles Vary?
- Lesson 3: How Are Offspring Like Their Parents?
Chapter 4: Responses of Living Things
- Lesson 1: How Do Living Things Detect Stimuli?
- Lesson 2: What Are Inherited and Learned Behaviors?

Unit B Ecosystems
Chapter 5: Parts of Ecosystems
- Lesson 1: What Are Nonliving Parts of Ecosystems?
- Lesson 2: What Are Living Parts of Ecosystems?
- Lesson 3: What Are Some Roles of Living Things?
Chapter 6: Matter and Energy in Ecosystems
- Lesson 1: How Does Energy Flow in a Food Web?
- Lesson 2: How Is Matter Cycled in an Ecosystem?
Chapter 7: Adaptation and Extinction
- Lesson 1: How Are Organisms Adapted to Survive?
- Lesson 2: What Threatens the Survival of Species?
- Lesson 3: What Do Fossils Tell About The Past?

Unit C The Solid Earth
Chapter 8: Forces That Shape Earth’s Surface
- Lesson 1: What Is The Rock Cycle?
- Lesson 2: What Are Rapid Surface Changes?
- Lesson 3: What Are Slow Surface Changes?
Chapter 9: Managing Earth's Resources
- Lesson 1: What Are Renewable Resources?
- Lesson 2: What Are Nonrenewable Resources?
- Lesson 3: How Can Resources Be Conserved?

Unit D The Atmosphere and Beyond
Chapter 10: Using Weather Data
- Lesson 1: What Is Air?
- Lesson 2: How Does the Water Cycle Affect Weather?
- Lesson 3: What Causes Weather?
- Lesson 4: How Does Climate Change?
Chapter 11: Looking at the Universe
- Lesson 1: How Is the Sun Important to Earth?
- Lesson 2: What Are the Outer Planets?
- Lesson 3: How Do Earth and Its Moon Move?
- Lesson 4: What Are Stars and Galaxies?

Unit E The Nature of Matter
Chapter 12: Properties of Matter
- Lesson 1: What Makes Up Matter?
- Lesson 2: How Is Matter Measured?
- Lesson 3: What Are Physical and Chemical Properties?
Chapter 13: How Matter Changes
- Lesson 1: What Are Physical Changes in Matter?
- Lesson 2: What Happens When Matter Is Heated or Cooled?
- Lesson 3: What Are Mixtures and Solutions?
- Lesson 4: What Are Chemical Changes in Matter?

Unit F Energy and Motion
Chapter 14: Energy Changes
- Lesson 1: How Does Energy Change Form?
- Lesson 2: How Does Light Behave?
- Lesson 3: How Does Sound Behave?
- Lesson 4: What Is Thermal Energy?
Chapter 15: Electricity and Magnetism
- Lesson 1: What Is Static Electricity?
- Lesson 2: What Is Electric Current?
- Lesson 3: What Is a Magnet?
- Lesson 4: How Do Electromagnets Work?
Chapter 16: Motion and Machines
- Lesson 1: How Can Motion Be Described?
- Lesson 2: What Are Gravity and Friction?
- Lesson 3: How Do Simple Machines Work?

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