technology and engineering

Explain how scientific methods are used to answer questions and solve problems.

Identify a faulty interpretation of data that is due to bias or experimental error.

Describe the units and tools used to measure length, area, mass, volume, and temperature.

Explore how technology responds to social, political, and economic needs.

Know that the engineering design process involves an ongoing series of events that incorporate design constraints, model building, testing, evaluation, modifying, and retesting.

Compare the intended benefits with the unintended consequences of a new technology.

Describe and explain adaptive and assistive bioengineering products.

Differentiate between adaptive and assistive engineered products (e.g., food, biofuels, medicines, integrates pest managements).

interdependence

Examine the roles of consumers, producers, scavengers and decomposers in a biological community.

Analyze the factors that affect population size and growth.

Describe how matter and energy are transferred through an ecosystem.

Draw conclusions from data about interactions between the biotic and abiotic elements of a particular environment.

Analyze the environments and the interdependence among organisms found in the world’s major biomes.

Desert, Tundra (Alpine, Polar), Coniferous Forest (Taiga), Rainforest, Temperate Decidous Forest, Grassland (Temperate and Savanna), Marine Ecosystems (Estuary), Freshwater Ecosystems.

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