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Skills available for New York second-grade science standards

IXL's second-grade skills will be aligned to the New York Learning Standards soon! Until then, you can view a complete list of second-grade standards below.

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2 Students will access, generate, process, and transfer information using appropriate technologies.

  • 1 Information technology is used to retrieve, process, and communicate information and as a tool to enhance learning.

    • use computer technology, traditional paper-based resources, and interpersonal discussions to learn, do, and share science in the classroom

    • select appropriate hardware and software that aids in word processing, creating databases, telecommunications, graphing, data display, and other tasks

    • use information technology to link the classroom to world events

  • 2 Knowledge of the impacts and limitations of information systems is essential to its effectiveness and ethical use.

    • use a variety of media to access scientific information

    • consult several sources of information and points of view before drawing conclusions

    • identify and report sources in oral and written communications

  • 3 Information technology can have positive and negative impacts on society, depending upon how it is used.

    • distinguish fact from fiction (presenting opinion as fact is contrary to the scientific process)

    • demonstrate an ability to critically evaluate information and misinformation

    • recognize the impact of information technology on the daily life of students