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7th Grade Science Diagnostic Name______________________________Scientific Procedures, Inquiry/Tech 1: SPI 0707.Inq.1 Design a simple experimental procedure with an identified control and appropriate variables.29. What is a hypothesis? a. an observation b. something that you know c. a prediction that can be tested d. something that you don’t know30. What is a “control” variable? (SS2) a. something that’s different for each part of your experiment b. when you can choose one way or the other c. something that’s kept the same for each part of your experiment d. when you don’t have a choice31. What is an “experimental” variable? (SS2) a. something that’s different for each part of your experiment b. something that’s kept the same for each part of your experiment c. when you don’t have a choice d. when you can choose one way or the other32. What does “micro-“ mean? (SS3) a. very, very small b. many c. large d. to see things33. What does “meter” mean? (SS4) a. measuring or an instrument for measurement b. central or atomic c. water d. heat SPI 0707.Inq.2 Select tools and procedures needed to conduct a moderately complex experiment.20. Which is the best for measuring the weight of a dog? (M1) a. ounces (oz) b. cubic feet (ft3) c. pounds (lb) d. tons (T)21. Which is the best for measuring the volume of a swimming pool? (M2) a. milliliters (mL) b. milligrams (mg) c. grams (g) d. liters (L)22. The ceiling of the classroom is 300 cm above the floor. How many meters high is the ceiling? (M3) a. 0.03 m b. 0.3 m c. 3 m d. 30 m 1
SPI 0707.T/E.1 Identify the tools and procedures needed to test the design features of a prototype.23. Your friend asks you to measure 100 g of skittles. Which piece of equipment will you use? (M4) a. thermometer b. beaker c. ruler d. graduated cylinder e. triple-beam balance24. Which statement is NOT true? a. Metric rulers can be used to measure length in millimeters, centimeters, and meters. b. Triple-beam balances are used to measure volume. c. Graduated cylinders are used to measure volume. d. Thermometers can measure substances in ºC or ºF. SPI 0707.T/E.2 Evaluate a protocol to determine if the engineering design process was successfully applied.Scientific Thinking Skills, Inquiry/Tech 2: SPI 0707.Inq.3 Interpret and translate data in a table, graph, or diagram.25. (G3) 2
Use graph for questions 26 & 2726. What is the title of the graph shown to the right? (DA1) a. Age (years) b. Height vs. Age c. Height (inches) d. the points27. What is on the y-axis? (DA1) a. Age (years) b. Height vs. Age c. Height (inches) d. the points28. (DA2) 3
SPI 0707.Inq.4 Draw a conclusion that establishes a cause and effect relationship supported by evidence.Use chart for question 3535. On which of the following dates could a person in northern Wisconsin legally hunt all of the sevenanimals listed in the chart? a. September 9 b. October 16 c. November 11 d. December 4 e. February 28 SPI 0707.Inq.5 Identify a faulty interpretation of data that is due to bias or experimental error. There is a pill that pharmaceutical companies are looking at putting on the market in order to increase the amount of weight you in lose in a period of 12 days. When the drug was tested with a group of individuals that worked out at least 4 out of the 5 days a week. However, the drug was not tested on those who did not work out. So when the pharmaceutical company received their results they found that the pill took an average of 10 pounds off each individual in the study. So when the pill company advertised its pill they said that they could take 10 pounds off in 2 weeks guarantied. This is an example of: a. Experimental Error b. Experimental Bias c. Experimental Mistake d. Experimental Forgery 4
SPI 0707.T/E.3 Distinguish between the intended benefits and the unintended consequences of a new technology. Some local fishermen on the Wolf River have found that the river has become infested with sucker fish. These sucker fish are known to kill the catfish and bass that they fish. These sucker fish are also known to be an invasive species and are using up other resources that the native catfish and bass need to live in the river. The fishermen along with the Department of Natural Resources have decided to put a chemical in the river is suppose to kill only the sucker fish. The sucker fish population did seem to decline. However, they began to apply to the river and saw that some of the bass fish population started to die off, but it wasn’t because of the chemical that was killing them. It was killing some of the river plants that the bass feed on. What was the intended benefit of this example? a. The native Catfish and Bass would die and the Sucker fish would live. b. The River plants would continue to live and the Sucker fish would live. c. The native Catfish and Bass would continue to live and the Sucker fish would die. d. The River plants would die and the Sucker fish would die. What is the unintended consequences of this example? a. The Bass fish would die do to the chemicals in the water. b. The Bass fish would die do to the plants they eat being killed by the chemical in the water. c. The Sucker fish swam further up river to get away from the chemical. d. The Sucker fish continued to live along with the Bass and Catfish. SPI 0707.T/E.4 Differentiate between adaptive and assistive engineered products (e.g., food, biofuels, medicines, integrated pest management).Which of these is an adaptive technology? a. Automatic door opener for wheelchairs b. Folding chairs for a card table set c. Heat lamps for keeping you warm when you get out of the shower d. A pencil sharpener that 5
Which of these is an assistive technology? a. Medicine to help cure the common cold b. Biofuels for a new type of cars c. Food to keep your body fueled though out the day d. An artificial Heart for a person that has a failing heart SPI 0707.11.3 Apply proper equations to solve basic problems pertaining to distance, time, speed, and velocity. Vocabulary Vocabulary Definition Term Speed A Speed plus a direction Distance B Distance over Time Time C The way to measure a period Velocity D The way to measure a length SPI 0707.11.4 Identify and explain how Newton’s laws of motion relate to the movement of objects. 1. Which of the following statements is true: a. Mass remains the same at all times regardless of the gravity. b. Weight remains the same at all times regardless of the gravity. c. Mass and weight are always the same. d. The weight of an object on the moon will be the same as the weight of an object on earth. 2. In which of the locations will your weight be greater? a. Earth b. The Moon SPI 0707.11.1 Differentiate between the six simple machines. Which of these pictures shows an example of a Wedge? 6
A. B. C. D.Which of these pictures best represents a lever? A. B. C. D. SPI 0707.11.2 Determine the amount of force needed to do work using different simple machines. The definition of Force is a… A. Push or Pull B. Strain or Restrain C. Give and Take D. Unit of Gravity 7
What is the best definition of Work when related to Forces… A. The amount of distance it take to move an object B. Decreasing the distance in order to make the effort force easier C. Increasing the distance in order to make effort force easier D. The amount of effort force it takes to move an object SPI 0707.11.5 Compare and contrast the different parts of a wave.Which letter from the image above represents the crest?Which letter from the image above represents the wavelength? SPI 0707.11.6 Differentiate between transverse and longitudinal waves in terms of how they are produced and transmitted. 8
Which direction are the particles moving in this picture?A. PerpendicularB. ParallelC. SidewaysD. Up and DownWhat best describes the type of wave above? A. Longitudinal B. Transverse SPI 0707.7.4 Differentiate among the characteristics of the earth’s three layers. A B C DWhich of these letters above identify the inner core?Which of these letters above identify the crust? SPI 0707.7.5 Recognize that lithospheric plates on the scale of continents and oceans continually move at rates of centimeters per year. 9
The Earth is made out of plates (crusts) that move and create things like oceans, volcanoes, mountains, and the contintents. Using the picture above take a guess how volcanoes are created? A. By two crusts slide past one another B. By the oceanic crust is subducted by the continental crust C. By the contintneal crust is spreading because of the ocean D. By the continental crust running into another continental crust SPI 0707.7.6 Describe the relationship between plate movements and earthquakes, mountain building, volcanoes, and sea floor spreading.The Blue Ridge Mountains form part of the eastern Appalachian Mountains. How were these mountains mostlikely formed?AEarthquakes caused rocks to form piles.B Large moving earth plates ran into one another.C Wind blew sediments into clumps.D Rivers wore away rock, leaving peaks. SPI 0707.7.1 Use a table of physical properties to classify minerals. SPI 0707.7.2 Label a diagram that depicts the three different rock types. SPI 0707.7.3 Identify the major processes that drive the rock cycle. SPI 0707.1.1 Identify and describe the function of the major plant and animal cell organelles. SPI 0707.1.5 Explain how materials move through simple diffusion. 10
SPI 0707.1.2 Interpret a chart to explain the integrated relationships that exist among cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems. SPI 0707.1.3 Explain the basic functions of a major organ system. SPI 0707.4.1 Classify methods of reproduction as sexual or asexual. SPI 0707.4.2 Match flower parts with their reproductive functions. SPI 0707.1.4 Sequence a series of diagrams that depict chromosome movement during plant cell division. SPI 0707.4.3 Describe the relationship among genes, chromosomes, and inherited traits. SPI 0707.4.4 Interpret a Punnett square to predict possible genetic combinations passed from parents to offspring during sexual reproduction SPI 0707.3.1 Compare the chemical compounds that make up the reactants and products of photosynthesis and respiration. SPI 0707.3.2 Interpret a diagram to explain how oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged between living things and the environment.1. Which of the following is ordered from least to greatest? (NS1) a. 510.19, 510.23, 510.3, 510.74 b. 510.3, 510.19, 510.23, 510.74 c. 510.74, 510.3, 510.23, 510.19 d. 510.74, 510.23, 510.19, 510.32.Which number is larger than the others? (NS1) a. 0.0007 b. 0.0000060000 c. 0.0000003 d. 0.00000043. Which sign can replace the # to make the number sentence true? (NS2) 30.9202 # 30.9022 a. > b. < c. = d. x4. Which sign can replace the # to make the number sentence true? (NS2) ½ #⅜ a. > b. < c. = d. x 11
5. Twelve-fifths is written as: (NS3) a. b. c. 1 d. 126. Which is the same as (NS4) a. b. c. d. 37. Which is the same as (NS5) a. 0.5 b. 0.6 c. 0.67 d. 1.58. A sign in front of the Book Corner Store said “All books 75% off!” What is the decimal equivalentfor 75%? (NS6) a. 0.075 b. 0.75 c. 7.5 d. 75.09. 0.4975 rounds to… (NS7) a. 0.4 b. 0.5 c. 0.6 d. 110. Rounded to the nearest dollar, $8.95 would be… (NS7) a. $7 b. $8 c. $9 d. $1011. 443 + 272 = (NO1) a. 715 b. 615 c. 443 d. none of the above 12
12. 1,021 – 648 = (NO2) a. 363 b. 373 c. 473 d. 1,66913. 5 x 12 = (NO3) a. 17 b. 50 c. 60 d. 6214.19. 385 ÷ 11 = (NO4) a. 30 b. 32 c. 34 d. 3515. When Ellis sings a song, it is between 4 and 6 minutes long. If Ellis sings 7 songs during aconcert, which is a reasonable total number of minutes that he spends singing? (NO5) a. 16 b. 22 c. 33 d. 6116. Solve the following problem: - (NO6) a. b. c. d. none of the above17.(PA1) 13
18. (PA2)19. If k – 8 = 5, then what is the value of k? (PA3) a. 3 b. 13 c. k + 5 d. k – 5 14