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Natural Gas: Your Invisible Friend

This book supports the following State Essential Standards for Health Education and Science:

 

Connecticut

Subject
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Standard
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Standard
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Standard
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Standard
Health 5-7 Self-Management of Healthy Behaviors M.3.5 n/a Examine and apply safety techniques to avoid and reduce injury…
Health 5-7 Self-Management of Healthy Behaviors M.3.3 n/a Distinguish between safe, risky, or harmful behaviors involving self and/or others…
Health 3-4 Self-Management of Healthy Behaviors E.3.5 n/a Develop and practice safety techniques to avoid and reduce injury…
Health 5-7 Core Concepts M.1.1 n/a Explain the relationship between positive health behaviors and prevention of injury…
Health 3-4 Core Concepts E.1.7 n/a Explain how childhood injuries can be prevented…
Science 4 Science and Technology in Society 4.20 n/a All organisms depend on the living and nonliving features of the environment for survival.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.5.5 n/a Use mathematics to estimate, measure, and graph the quantity of a natural resource (e.g., water, paper) used by an individual (or group) in a certain time period.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.3.3 n/a Explain advantages and disadvantages of renewable and nonrenewable energy sources that can be used for making electricity, fueling cars, or heating homes.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.5 n/a Humans can extend the use of some natural resources by reducing the amounts they use (for example, driving less to reduce the amount of gasoline used; turning off faucets when not in use).
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.4 n/a Human actions can affect the survival of plants and animals. The products of the fuels people burn affect the quality of the air…
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.3 n/a The supply of many natural resources such as fossil fuels, metals, fresh water, and fertile soil is limited; once they are used up or contaminated they are difficult or impossible to replace.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.2 n/a Some natural resources are useful to people in their raw form…; other natural resources must be modified to meet human needs (for example, petroleum must be extracted from rocks and refined into gasoline, heating oil, or plastics…)
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.B7 n/a Describe how earth materials can be conserved by reducing the quantities used, and by reusing and recycling materials rather than discarding them.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.1.1 n/a Describe ways people use earth materials such as fossil fuels…and…natural resources to improve their lives.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.1 n/a …Earth materials are natural resources that provide us with things we need to live, including food, clothing, water, air, shelter, land, and energy.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.a n/a Decisions made by individuals can affect the global supply of many resources.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.40 n/a Earth materials provide resources for all living things, but these resources are limited and should be conserved.
Science 3 The Changing Earth 3.30 n/a Earth materials have different physical and chemical properties.
Science 3 Properties of Matter 3.40 n/a Classify materials based on their observable properties, including state of matter.

 

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