508f5efdc0a8641700b56559afa3d157 Earth and Space.csv #54628B #776D6D #FFFFFF SansSerif-bold-21 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/5094e757c0a8641700b565596c8495c8 508f5efdc0a8641700b56559afa3d157 Earth and Space.csv #54628B #776D6D #FFFFFF SansSerif-bold-21 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/5094e757c0a8641700b565596c8495c8 508f5efdc0a8641700b56559afa3d157 Earth and Space.csv #54628B #776D6D #FFFFFF SansSerif-bold-21 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/5094e757c0a8641700b565596c8495c8 552885acc0a86419000da3416da187c5 Earth and Space.csv #54628B #776D6D #FFFFFF SansSerif-bold-21 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/5094e757c0a8641700b565596c8495c8 54faf30ac0a86418014141db6a5db629 Earth and Space.csv #54628B #776D6D #FFFFFF SansSerif-bold-21 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/5094e757c0a8641700b565596c8495c8 Earth merged processed and shortened layers changed.vue #FFFFFF #404040 #000000 SansSerif-plain-14 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/5094e75ac0a8641700b56559619ef688 #D0D0D0 #000000 #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b01c0a8fe01011b35a595c1f9b8 #FFFFFF #000000 #000000 SansSerif-plain-24 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b01c0a8fe01011b35a5f4f71845 #D0D0D0 #000000 #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b01c0a8fe01011b35a503aed18d #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 identify different perspectives on the nature of Earth and space, based on culture and science (e.g., describe Aboriginal views of space and those of other cultures) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 11.Universe Sub domain 1 11.1 Different ideas Sub sub domain 1 31 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Knowledge and Employability Science Grades 8 and 9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 13-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20264 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b01c0a8fe01011b35a5b5c4a9c2 #9BDB53 #DAA9FF #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 about some ideas used to explain the origin and evolution of the universe Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 11.Universe Sub domain 1 11.1 Different ideas Sub sub domain 1 31 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 20012 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b00c0a8fe01011b35a5dfbc0f3f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 The “Big Bang” as one theory Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 11.Universe Sub domain 1 11.1 Different ideas Sub sub domain 1 31 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-9 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20031 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56affc0a8fe01011b35a579527044 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain the Big Bang Theory and discuss the evidence that supports it, such as background radiation and relativistic Doppler effect (i.e., “red shift”). 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Gravity influences the formation and life cycles of galaxies, including our own Milky Way Galaxy; stars; planetary systems; and residual material left from the creation of the solar system. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 11.Universe Sub domain 1 11.1 Different ideas Sub sub domain 1 31 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20164 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56afcc0a8fe01011b35a5566bbc1f #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize that the universe contains many billions of galaxies, and that each galaxy contains many billions of stars. 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Space Technology Sub domain 1 9.1 Satellites Sub sub domain 1 26 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 20366 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b4cc0a8fe01011b35a5add82f7c #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 about the use of artificial satellites and probes to observe the Earth and to explore the solar system. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 9. Space Technology Sub domain 1 9.1 Satellites Sub sub domain 1 26 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20008 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b49c0a8fe01011b35a50159491b #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 realise the Doppler effect and apply _ _/ _ o _ vr/ c to determine the radial velocity of celestial bodies Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.3 Calculations Sub sub domain 1 4 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20233 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b49c0a8fe01011b35a5264001eb #FC938D #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 apply Kepler’s third law to solve problems involving circular and elliptical orbits Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 5. 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Gravity & Motion Sub domain 1 5.3 Force and energy Sub sub domain 1 18 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20217 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b47c0a8fe01011b35a57c6a243e #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 derive Kepler’s third law T2 _ r3 for circular orbits from Newton’s law of gravitation Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 5. 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Solar System Sub domain 1 8.3 Movements and explnations Sub sub domain 1 25 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20212 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b40c0a8fe01011b35a5f09c12c3 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 identify different ideas about the nature of Earth and space, based on culture and science (e.g., compare geocentric and heliocentric models [Note: knowledge of epicycles is not required]; describe Aboriginal views of space and those of other cultures; describe the role of observation in guiding scientific understanding of space) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 8. Solar System Sub domain 1 8.3 Movements and explnations Sub sub domain 1 25 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20296 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b40c0a8fe01011b35a5df6cea85 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Understand that Earth, the Sun and the Moon are part of a solar system that occupies only a tiny part of the known universe. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 8. Solar System Sub domain 1 8.3 Movements and explnations Sub sub domain 1 25 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20259 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b3fc0a8fe01011b35a588023481 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize that the other eight known planets, which revolve around the Sun, have characteristics and surface conditions that are different from Earth; and identify examples of those differences. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 8. Solar System Sub domain 1 8.2 Planetary characteristics Sub sub domain 1 25 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20257 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b3ec0a8fe01011b35a594905de6 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Compare and contrast the physical features of Earth with the moon and other planets (e.g., atmosphere, temperature, water, distance from the Sun, period of revolution and rotation, ability to support life); recognize the role of gravity in the solar system (e.g., tides, keeping the planets and moons in orbit, pulling us to Earth’s surface) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 8. Solar System Sub domain 1 8.2 Planetary characteristics Sub sub domain 1 25 Domain Identifier 1 Timss Source 1 Eighth Grade Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 13-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20115 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b3ec0a8fe01011b35a5ad14f272 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize that the earth is part of a system called the “solar system” that includes the sun (a star), planets, and many moons. The earth is the third planet from the sun in our solar system. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 8. Solar System Sub domain 1 8.2 Planetary characteristics Sub sub domain 1 25 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 Grades 3-5 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-11 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20129 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b3cc0a8fe01011b35a540fde085 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 The eight planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune) (Note: In 2006, Pluto was classified as a dwarf planet.) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 8. Solar System Sub domain 1 8.2 Planetary characteristics Sub sub domain 1 25 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 6-7 Age 1 1 Age Band 1 20016 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b3bc0a8fe01011b35a527c95e42 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 The sun is the star in our solar system. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 8. Solar System Sub domain 1 8.1 The parts Sub sub domain 1 24 Domain Identifier 1 Wisconsin Source 1 Sixth Grade Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20187 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b3ac0a8fe01011b35a52e3cd4a2 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 investigate predictions about the motion, alignment and collision of bodies in space (e.g., investigate predictions about eclipses; identify uncertainties in predicting and tracking meteor showers) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 5. Gravity & Motion Sub domain 1 5.3 Force and energy Sub sub domain 1 18 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20308 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b39c0a8fe01011b35a5bf3f1357 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Our solar system: Sun: source of energy (heat and light); The nine planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 8. Solar System Sub domain 1 8.1 The parts Sub sub domain 1 24 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-9 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20034 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b37c0a8fe01011b35a5f30d3c76 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Asteroids, meteors (“shooting stars”), comets, Halley’s Comet Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 1. Asteroids/Comets Sub domain 1 1.1 Asteroids/Comets Sub sub domain 1 1 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-9 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20038 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b36c0a8fe01011b35a5ff833ad6 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 How an eclipse happens Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 8. Solar System Sub domain 1 8.3 Movements and explnations Sub sub domain 1 25 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-9 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20039 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b34c0a8fe01011b35a582489448 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Moon: phases of the moon (full, half, crescent, new) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 6. Moon Sub domain 1 6.2 Phases Sub sub domain 1 20 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 6-7 Age 1 1 Age Band 1 20015 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b33c0a8fe01011b35a58f5e32a5 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Illustrate the phases of the Moon in drawings and by using improvised models. An improvised model might involve such things as a table lamp and a sponge ball. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 6. Moon Sub domain 1 6.2 Phases Sub sub domain 1 20 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20252 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b33c0a8fe01011b35a5f5e392a9 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize that the Moon’s phases are regular and predictable, and describe the cycle of its phases. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 6. Moon Sub domain 1 6.2 Phases Sub sub domain 1 20 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20256 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b32c0a8fe01011b35a542d90dc8 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 that the Earth orbits the Sun once each year, and that the Moon takes approximately 28 days to orbit the Earth Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 7. Planet Earth Sub domain 1 7.2 Seasons Sub sub domain 1 22 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-11 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20003 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b30c0a8fe01011b35a5b2fbbfd8 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Seasons are caused by the tilt of Earth on its axis as it revolves around the sun. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 7. Planet Earth Sub domain 1 7.1 Day/Night Sub sub domain 1 21 Domain Identifier 1 Wisconsin Source 1 Fifth Grade Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 10-11 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20184 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b2fc0a8fe01011b35a5ac01fd6f #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe seasonal changes in the length of the day and night and in the angle of the Sun above the horizon. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 7. 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Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 7. Planet Earth Sub domain 1 7.1 Day/Night Sub sub domain 1 21 Domain Identifier 1 Timss Source 1 Fourth Grade Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 9-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20108 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b2bc0a8fe01011b35a53b71cd68 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 how the position of the Sun appears to change during the day, and how shadows change as this happens Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 7. Planet Earth Sub domain 1 7.1 Day/Night Sub sub domain 1 21 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-11 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20001 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b2ac0a8fe01011b35a554d6e143 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 how day and night are related to the spin of the Earth on its own axis Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 7. Planet Earth Sub domain 1 7.1 Day/Night Sub sub domain 1 21 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-11 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20002 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b2ac0a8fe01011b35a5acd590c9 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize that the earth revolves around (orbits) the sun in a year’s time and that the earth rotates on its axis once approximately every 24 hours. Make connections between the rotation of the earth and day/night, and the apparent movement of the sun, moon, and stars across the sky. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 7. 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Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 7. Planet Earth Sub domain 1 7.1 Day/Night Sub sub domain 1 21 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 6-7 Age 1 1 Age Band 1 20022 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b24c0a8fe01011b35a54e56385f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 The earth revolves (spins); one revolution takes one day (24 hours). Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 7. Planet Earth Sub domain 1 7.1 Day/Night Sub sub domain 1 21 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 6-7 Age 1 1 Age Band 1 20020 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b1ec0a8fe01011b35a514a71b1f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 The earth moves around the sun; the sun does not move. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 8. 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Stars Sub domain 1 10.1 Identifiction Sub sub domain 1 28 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20090 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b19c0a8fe01011b35a5a4765493 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 use H-R diagram and Stefan’s law to estimate the relative sizes of stars Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.3 Calculations Sub sub domain 1 4 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20232 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b18c0a8fe01011b35a5640fefc9 #FC938D #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 state major spectral classes: O B A F G K M and relate them to the surface temperature of stars Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20229 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b17c0a8fe01011b35a5fa7370ef #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 represent information of classification for stars on the Hertzsprung-Russell (H-R) diagram according to their luminosities and surface temperatures Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20231 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b16c0a8fe01011b35a560631206 #FFFFFF #000000 #000000 SansSerif-plain-10 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b14c0a8fe01011b35a5cffb042c #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 determine the distance of a celestial body using the method of parallax Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. 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Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20226 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b11c0a8fe01011b35a59dd83538 #FFFFFF #000000 #000000 SansSerif-plain-10 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b10c0a8fe01011b35a51fe0442e #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain, in general terms, the operation of optical telescopes, including telescopes that are positioned in space environments Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.3 Using Telescopes Sub sub domain 1 5 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20292 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b0ec0a8fe01011b35a55609e54e #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain the role of radio and optical telescopes in determining characteristics of stars and star systems Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.3 Using Telescopes Sub sub domain 1 5 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20291 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b0dc0a8fe01011b35a5ad847db4 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Understand that the Sun should never be viewed directly, nor by use of simple telescopes or filters, and that safe viewing requires appropriate methods and safety precautions. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.3 Using Telescopes Sub sub domain 1 5 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20260 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b0cc0a8fe01011b35a5dd822ea8 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Identify technologies and procedures by which knowledge, about planets and other objects in the night sky, has been gathered. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.3 Using Telescopes Sub sub domain 1 5 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20251 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b0bc0a8fe01011b35a5a43d362e #FFFFFF #000000 #000000 SansSerif-plain-10 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b0bc0a8fe01011b35a562f9a2be #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe and apply techniques for determining the position and motion of objects in space, including: constructing and interpreting drawings and physical models that illustrate the motion of objects in space (e.g., represent the orbit of comets around the Sun, using a looped-string model); describing in general terms how parallax and the Doppler effect are used to estimate distances of objects in space and to determine their motion; describing the position of objects in space, using angular coordinates (e.g., describe the location of a spot on a wall, by identifying its angle of elevation and its bearing or azimuth; describe the location of the Sun and other stars using altitude-azimuth coordinates, also referred to as horizon coordinates or local coordinates) [Note: A description of star positions based on right ascension and declination is not required.] Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 8. Solar System Sub domain 1 8.3 Movements and explnations Sub sub domain 1 25 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20275 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b0ac0a8fe01011b35a5168eb03b #9BDB53 #DAA9FF #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 the relative positions and sizes of planets, stars and other bodies in the universe [for example, comets, meteors, galaxies, black holes] Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 11.Universe Sub domain 1 11.2 Naming of the parts Sub sub domain 1 32 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 20009 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b09c0a8fe01011b35a555eab9a7 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe the positions of celestial poles and celestial equator in the sky as seen at different latitudes on Earth Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20209 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b06c0a8fe01011b35a5f0beb309 #FC938D #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 describe the daily motion of the celestial sphere as seen at different latitudes on Earth Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20210 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56b05c0a8fe01011b35a59f5d8644 #9BDB53 #DAA9FF #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 about the search for evidence of life elsewhere in the universe. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 11.Universe Sub domain 1 11.1 Different ideas Sub sub domain 1 31 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 20013 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a41c0a8fe01011b35a5efd9bfc0 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 recognize risks and dangers associated with space exploration (e.g., space junk, fuel expenditure, satellites burning up in the atmosphere, solar radiation) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 9. Space Technology Sub domain 1 9.2 Space Exploration Sub sub domain 1 27 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20309 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a40c0a8fe01011b35a5bddfc226 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 describe technologies for space transport, and interpret the scientific principles involved (e.g., describe the development of multistage rockets, shuttles and space stations; build a model vehicle to explore a planet or moon) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 9. Space Technology Sub domain 1 9.2 Space Exploration Sub sub domain 1 27 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20283 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a40c0a8fe01011b35a5f748f5b6 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 examine space environments and identify challenges that must be met when developing life-supporting systems (e.g., examine variations in gravity, temperature, availability of water) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 9. Space Technology Sub domain 1 9.2 Space Exploration Sub sub domain 1 27 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Knowledge and Employability Science Grades 8 and 9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 13-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20263 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a3fc0a8fe01011b35a5ff882f69 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that a geostationary satellite stays above the same point on the Earth’s surface. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 9. Space Technology Sub domain 1 9.1 Satellites Sub sub domain 1 26 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20371 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a3ec0a8fe01011b35a59300aed2 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a3ec0a8fe01011b35a535bd2983 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a3dc0a8fe01011b35a5a3f9daf5 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Gravitational pull of “black holes” prevents even light from escaping Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 10. Stars Sub domain 1 10.3 Stellar evolution Sub sub domain 1 30 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-9 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20037 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a3cc0a8fe01011b35a5dbce70e5 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain apparent weightlessness in an orbiting spacecraft as a result of acceleration due to gravity being independent of mass Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 9. Space Technology Sub domain 1 9.2 Space Exploration Sub sub domain 1 27 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20219 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a3bc0a8fe01011b35a504376f59 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Tides are caused by gravitational forces of the sun and moon; there are two tides daily. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 7. Planet Earth Sub domain 1 7.3 Tides Sub sub domain 1 23 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20082 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a3bc0a8fe01011b35a5752fbbab #FC938D #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Describe the influence of gravity and inertia on the rotation and revolution of orbiting bodies. Explain the Sun-Earth-moon relationships (e.g., day, year, solar/lunar eclipses, tides). Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 5. Gravity & Motion Sub domain 1 5.3 Force and energy Sub sub domain 1 18 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20166 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a3ac0a8fe01011b35a5c738161b #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a1ec0a8fe01011b35a56c7d5b44 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a1dc0a8fe01011b35a5568f91fa #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a1dc0a8fe01011b35a5fcddd353 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a1dc0a8fe01011b35a50d0fe5df #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a1dc0a8fe01011b35a505f374be #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a1dc0a8fe01011b35a5d811be71 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 identify materials and processes developed to meet needs in space, and identify related applications (e.g., medicines, remote sensing, microelectronics, polymers, medical imaging, wireless communication technologies, synthesis of fuels) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 9. Space Technology Sub domain 1 9.2 Space Exploration Sub sub domain 1 27 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20300 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a1dc0a8fe01011b35a551334d9c #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a15c0a8fe01011b35a5323a6af1 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a14c0a8fe01011b35a5c5453f2d #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Forecasting the weather: barometers (relation between changes in atmospheric pressure and weather), weather maps, weather satellites Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.1 Climate Sub sub domain 1 6 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 9-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20063 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a14c0a8fe01011b35a57edf8db8 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize that the sun supplies heat and light to the earth and is necessary for life. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. 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Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 10. Stars Sub domain 1 10.2 Nuclear powered glowing Sub sub domain 1 29 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20372 Statement Identifier 1 2 Duplication? 1 10189 Duplicate Number 1 1 40756 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a5bc0a8fe01011b35a54b2c1d67 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 realise nuclear fusion as the source of solar energy Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 10. 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Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.6 Rock Classification Sub sub domain 1 11 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Science 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20348 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a5ac0a8fe01011b35a55d586a7d #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain how knowledge of radioisotopes, radioactive decay and half-lives are used to estimate the age of minerals and fossils Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.2 Earth Structure Sub sub domain 1 7 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Science 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20338 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a59c0a8fe01011b35a5c164efd1 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a0dc0a8fe01011b35a5254f451c #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a58c0a8fe01011b35a5011d0d4d #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a57c0a8fe01011b35a58a39b343 #9BDB53 #DAA9FF #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state approximate values for the distance from the Earth to the Sun, to the next nearest star, and to the edge of our galaxy in terms of the time for light to cover these distances Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 11.Universe Sub domain 1 11.4 Measurements Sub sub domain 1 34 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 20369 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a57c0a8fe01011b35a579abced8 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe, in general terms, the evolution of stars and the existence of black holes, white dwarves and neutron stars. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 10. Stars Sub domain 1 10.3 Stellar evolution Sub sub domain 1 30 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Science 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20329 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a56c0a8fe01011b35a5288a2b19 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe the effect of surface temperature on the colour and luminosity of a star using blackbody radiation curves Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20227 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a51c0a8fe01011b35a51f81e15e #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a4fc0a8fe01011b35a56c4acd55 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 the relative positions of the Earth, Sun and planets in the solar system Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 8. Solar System Sub domain 1 8.1 The parts Sub sub domain 1 24 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20005 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a4ec0a8fe01011b35a51c6672bb #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize that not only Earth, but other planets, have moons; and identify examples of similarities and differences in the characteristics of those moons. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 6. Moon Sub domain 1 6.1 Motion Sub sub domain 1 19 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20254 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a4bc0a8fe01011b35a58c7f7ed2 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize that the apparent movement of objects in the night sky is regular and predictable, and explain how this apparent movement is related to Earth’s rotation. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20255 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a45c0a8fe01011b35a5ae8b78e0 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe the location and movement of individual stars and groups of stars (constellations) as they move through the night sky. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20250 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a44c0a8fe01011b35a582882fa4 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 identify and interpret examples of gradual/incremental change, and predict the results of those changes over extended periods of time (e.g., identify evidence of erosion, and predict the effect of erosional change over a year, century and millennium; project the effect of a given rate of continental drift over a period of one million years) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.9 Rock Cycle - gradualism Sub sub domain 1 14 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20295 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a35c0a8fe01011b35a548cb292d #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 about the formation of rocks by processes that take place over different timescales, and that the mode of formation determines their texture and the minerals they contain Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.9 Rock Cycle - gradualism Sub sub domain 1 14 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20044 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a34c0a8fe01011b35a56623245c #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 interpret the structure and development of fold and fault mountains Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.9 Rock Cycle - gradualism Sub sub domain 1 14 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20303 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a34c0a8fe01011b35a50db019a3 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 investigate and interpret evidence that Earth’s surface undergoes both gradual and sudden change (e.g., recognize earthquakes, volcanoes and landslides as examples of sudden change; recognize glacial erosion and river erosion as examples of gradual/incremental change) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.9 Rock Cycle - gradualism Sub sub domain 1 14 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20305 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a2ec0a8fe01011b35a5f9efe363 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 describe local rocks and sediments, and interpret ways they may have formed Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.9 Rock Cycle - gradualism Sub sub domain 1 14 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20280 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a2dc0a8fe01011b35a57b778dcc #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Give examples of how the surface of the earth changes due to slow processes such as erosion and weathering, and rapid processes such as landslides, volcanic eruptions, and earthquakes. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.9 Rock Cycle - gradualism Sub sub domain 1 14 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 Grades 3-5 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-11 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20128 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a2cc0a8fe01011b35a5563577ac #FC938D #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 describe, in general terms, how the theories of geologic processes have changed over time. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.8 Rock Cycle - tectonics Sub sub domain 1 13 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Science 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20328 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a2bc0a8fe01011b35a562c16350 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 interpret models that show a layered structure for Earth’s interior; and describe, in general terms, evidence for such models Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.8 Rock Cycle - tectonics Sub sub domain 1 13 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20302 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a2ac0a8fe01011b35a515288d1a #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 describe evidence for crustal movement, and identify and interpret patterns in these movements (e.g., identify evidence of earthquakes and volcanic action along the Pacific Rim; identify evidence of the movement of the Pacific plate relative to the North American plate) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.8 Rock Cycle - tectonics Sub sub domain 1 13 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20279 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a2ac0a8fe01011b35a59ef66ff6 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Describe how the movement of the earth’s crustal plates causes both slow changes in the earth’s surface (e.g., formation of mountains and ocean basins) and rapid ones (e.g., volcanic eruptions and earthquakes). Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.8 Rock Cycle - tectonics Sub sub domain 1 13 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 Grades 6-8 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20135 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a29c0a8fe01011b35a586ff6423 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Identify evidence for the rock cycle, and use the rock cycle concept to interpret and explain the characteristics of particular rocks Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.8 Rock Cycle - tectonics Sub sub domain 1 13 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20297 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a28c0a8fe01011b35a56f5ff05b #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 how igneous rocks are formed by the cooling of magma, sedimentary rocks by processes including the deposition of rock fragments or organic material, or as a result of evaporation, and metamorphic rocks by the action of heat and pressure on existing rocks Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.8 Rock Cycle - tectonics Sub sub domain 1 13 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20045 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a28c0a8fe01011b35a525d07e00 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Describe the general processes involved in the rock cycle; identify or describe physical processes and major geological events that have occurred over millions of years (e.g., erosion, volcanic activity, mountain building, plate movement); explain the formation of fossils and fossil fuels. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.8 Rock Cycle - tectonics Sub sub domain 1 13 Domain Identifier 1 Timss Source 1 Eighth Grade Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 13-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20111 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a27c0a8fe01011b35a5c1da92a8 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 investigate and interpret patterns in the structure and distribution of mountain formations (e.g., describe and interpret mountain formations of the North American cordillera) Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.8 Rock Cycle - tectonics Sub sub domain 1 13 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20307 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a26c0a8fe01011b35a591e951ba #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Formation and characteristics of metamorphic, igneous, and sedimentary rock Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.8 Rock Cycle - tectonics Sub sub domain 1 13 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 9-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20055 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a26c0a8fe01011b35a56702c528 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Explain and give examples of the ways in which soil is formed (the weathering of rock by water and wind and from the decomposition of plant and animal remains). Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.8 Rock Cycle - tectonics Sub sub domain 1 13 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 Grades 3-5 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-11 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20123 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a25c0a8fe01011b35a578d5b6c3 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize and describe the various components within a sample of soil; e.g., clay, sand, pebbles, decaying plants; and describe differences between two different soil samples. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.8 Rock Cycle - tectonics Sub sub domain 1 13 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-9 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20246 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a24c0a8fe01011b35a51da6726d #FC938D #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Explain how physical and chemical weathering leads to erosion and the formation of soils and sediments, and creates various types of landscapes. Give examples that show the effects of physical and chemical weathering on the environment. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.7 Rock Cycle - erosion Sub sub domain 1 12 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20153 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a24c0a8fe01011b35a558539bb6 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 weathering and erosion Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.7 Rock Cycle - erosion Sub sub domain 1 12 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20312 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a23c0a8fe01011b35a57bbf85e3 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 investigate and interpret examples of weathering, erosion and sedimentation Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.7 Rock Cycle - erosion Sub sub domain 1 12 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20306 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a22c0a8fe01011b35a5f6e029fa #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 how forces generated by expansion, contraction and the freezing of water can lead to the physical weathering of rocks Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.7 Rock Cycle - erosion Sub sub domain 1 12 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20043 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a22c0a8fe01011b35a5234c5221 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Physical and chemical weathering Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.7 Rock Cycle - erosion Sub sub domain 1 12 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 9-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20056 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a21c0a8fe01011b35a510df63e0 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 The formation of soil: topsoil, subsoil, bedrock Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.7 Rock Cycle - erosion Sub sub domain 1 12 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 9-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20058 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a20c0a8fe01011b35a5abb399eb #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Landforms are formed by erosion and deposition. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.7 Rock Cycle - erosion Sub sub domain 1 12 Domain Identifier 1 Wisconsin Source 1 Fifth Grade Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 10-11 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20186 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a20c0a8fe01011b35a5b8b0886a #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Describe ways in which rocks break down to become soil, and demonstrate one or more of these ways; e.g., by shaking a group of small, soft rocks in a jar of water; by striking rocks together. Note: Safety goggles should be used. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.7 Rock Cycle - erosion Sub sub domain 1 12 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-9 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20244 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a1fc0a8fe01011b35a54f3fc411 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Weathering and erosion by water, wind, and glaciers Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 3. Earth Science Sub domain 1 3.7 Rock Cycle - erosion Sub sub domain 1 12 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 9-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20057 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56a1ec0a8fe01011b35a55af09b41 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize that the Sun and stars emit the light by which they are seen and that most other bodies in space, including Earth’s Moon, planets and their moons, comets, and asteroids, are seen by reflected light. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20258 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd5690ac0a8fe01011b35a5ae459e8e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Orienteering (finding your way) by using North Star, Big Dipper Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-9 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20041 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd5690dc0a8fe01011b35a570f2dbcb #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 To identify and describe the basic patterns and objects in the sky. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Key Stage 1 (Primary 1-3) Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 5-8 Age 1 1 Age Band 1 20196 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd5690fc0a8fe01011b35a502b29908 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 define the basic terminologies such as light year and astronomical unit for describing the spatial scale the sky as seen from the Earth Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20207 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56910c0a8fe01011b35a566e5b9b7 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state Stefan’s law and apply it to derive the luminosity L=4_R2_T4 for a spherical blackbody Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20230 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56915c0a8fe01011b35a5797d4041 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 The sun, moon, and stars appear to change position. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. Astronomy Sub domain 1 2.1 Patterns Sub sub domain 1 2 Domain Identifier 1 Wisconsin Source 1 Second Grade Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 20173 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd56918c0a8fe01011b35a5bc765abc #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe, in general terms, how a spectroscope can be used to determine the composition of incandescent objects or substances, and the conditions necessary to produce emission (bright line) and absorption (dark line) spectra, in terms of light source and temperature Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 2. 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Gravity plays a major role in the formation of the planets, stars, and solar system and in determining their motions. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 5. Gravity & Motion Sub domain 1 5.1 Idea of down Sub sub domain 1 16 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 Grades 6-8 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20138 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd568bec0a8fe01011b35a5d8bdfc9d #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 use the radial velocity curve to determine the orbital radius, speed, and period of a small celestial body in circular orbital motion around a massive body as seen along the orbital plane Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 5. 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Space Technology Sub domain 1 9.1 Satellites Sub sub domain 1 26 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 20365 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd568c2c0a8fe01011b35a59a2cad4b #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd568cbc0a8fe01011b35a5ac3500bb #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 distribution of matter through space Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 11.Universe Sub domain 1 11.3 Distributions Sub sub domain 1 33 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20288 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd568d5c0a8fe01011b35a55e4fbd56 #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe, in general terms, the distribution of matter in star systems, galaxies, nebulae and the universe as a whole Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 11.Universe Sub domain 1 11.3 Distributions Sub sub domain 1 33 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20286 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd568d6c0a8fe01011b35a523c2216d #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 relate the rotation curve of stars around galaxies to the existence of dark matter Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 11.Universe Sub domain 1 11.3 Distributions Sub sub domain 1 33 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 20235 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd568d6c0a8fe01011b35a5b4dad41b #33A8F5 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 The Milky Way is our galaxy; the Andromeda Galaxy is closest to the Milky Way. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 4. Galaxies Sub domain 1 4.1 Classification Sub sub domain 1 15 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 6 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-12 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 20096 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fd568e5c0a8fe01011b35a5718ee20c #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain how the Sun, Earth, and solar system formed from a nebula of dust and gas in a spiral arm of the Milky Way Galaxy about 4.6 billion years ago. Text 1 Earth and Space Domain 1 4. 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