Scope Level 7

Proficiency Level
Proficiency Level Description
The Learner is able to:
4
Using evidence and research show how matter goes through our environment and is changed. Choose one of the following cycles: carbon, water, nitrogen, phosphorous or rock. Describe each step in terms of physical vs. chemical changes.
Show how matter is neither created nor destroyed in our environment when it goes through physical or chemical changes.
3
Understands the differences between physical and chemical changes. Understands matter is neither created nor destroyed.
Choose among examples whether it is a physical or chemical change.
2
Knows physical and chemical change.
Give an example of physical and chemical changes.
1
With help...has the 2.0 content.
You can explain level 2 with my help.

Please fill out the note sheet provided below. You do not have to do all of the resources listed below. However, it is important that your note sheet is complete. The online activities are MANDATORY. It is also very important that you take the practice quizzes.

Note Sheet:
Online Articles
Video Resources
Online Activities
Practice Quizzes
Chemical vs. Physical Change

Physical Changes
Chemical Changes
Examples of Physical Changes
Conservation of Mass Video
Conservation of Mass Video 2
Categorizing Chemical and Physical Changes
Physical and Chemical Changes
Chemical vs. Physical Changes
Chemical vs. Physical Changes 2
Mass, Volume, Matter and States



Level 4 Resources
Water Cycle
Rock Cycle
Carbon Cycle
Nitrogen Cycle
Phosphorous Cycle
Online Article of the Water Cycle
Online Practice of the Water Cycle
Video on the Water Cycle
Understanding the Rock Cycle
More on the Rock Cycle
Overview of the Carbon Cycle
Interactive Carbon Movie
Basics of the Nitrogen Cycle
The Nitrogen Cycle Explained
Why the Phosphorous Cycle is important
Understanding the Phosphorous Cycle
Notesheet for Level 4:

Use this site to cite ALL of your online resources: Easy BIb
Unit 1 Matter