Standards CorrelationsCORRELATION TO STANDARDS
Your visit to the Climate Change exhibition can be correlated to the standards listed below. Click here for a full listing of relevant NYS Science Core Curriculum Standards and NYC Scope & Sequence.
National Science Education Standards
All grades • A1: Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry • A2: Understanding about scientific inquiry • E1: Abilities of technological design • E2: Understanding about science and technology • G1: Science as human endeavor
K-4 • C1: The characteristics of organisms • C3: Organisms and environments • D1: Properties of Earth materials • D3: Changes in Earth and sky • F3: Types of resources • F4: Changes in environments • F5: Science and technology in local challenges
5-8 • C1: Structure and function in living systems • C3: Regulation and behavior • C4: Populations and ecosystems • C5: Diversity and adaptations of organisms • D1: Structure of the Earth system • D2: Earth's history • F2: Populations, resources, and environments • F3: Natural hazards • F4: Risks and benefits • F5: Science and technology in society • G3: History of science
9-12 • C4: Interdependence of organisms • C5: Behavior of organisms • D1: Energy in the Earth system • D2: Geochemical cycles • D3: Origin and evolution of the Earth system • F2: Population growth • F3: Natural resources • F4: Environmental quality • F5: Natural and human-induced hazards • F5: Science and technology in local, national, and global challenges • G3: Historical perspectives