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WEEK 10 - NOVEMBER 4-8, 2019

Unit 8.1: Parts of A Flower p.76-77

Objective: Identify the parts of a flower

Unit 8.2: Pollination p.78, Unit 8.3: Fertilization p.79 and Unit 8.4: From Flower To Fruit p.80

Objective: To understand the process involved in sexual reproduction of flowering plants.

 

Flower Parts Crossword - The Secret Life of Plants

Gizmo - Pollination: Flower To Fruit @ www.explorelearning.com

Students will ...

- identify the parts of a flower

- describe the steps of plant reproduction

- explain the function of a fruit

- explain how pollen can get from one flower to another.

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - TUESDAY, NOV 19

Unit 8: Reproduction In Flowering Plants

PRACTICE FOR CARIBOU MATH CONTEST @ WWW.CARIBOUTESTS.COM - WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13

(for students who have opted to write the contest)

WEEK 11 - NOVEMBER 11-15, 2019

Unit 8.5: Dispersal of Fruits and Seeds p.81-83

Objective: Identify how seeds are dispersed based on their structure.

Seed Dispersal Crossword - Seeds On The Move

Unit 8.6: Germination p.84

Objective: Investigate factors that are needed for seed germination. Explain the growth of flowering plants from seedling stage to flowering and fruiting stage. Identify factors essential for the growth of plants. 

At A Glance Flow Chart p.85 Science Glossary p.86

Unit 8 Self-Check (handout)

Gizmo - Germination @ www.explorelearning.com

Students will...

- discover what conditions affect seed germination

- explore the effects of water, temperature, and light on seed germination

- discover that the requirements for germination will vary for different seeds

- design controlled experiments to test the effect of different variables on germination

Review Unit 8: Reproduction In Flowering Plants (review practice test)

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - TUESDAY, NOV 19

Unit 8: Reproduction In Flowering Plants

WEEK 12 - NOVEMBER 18-22, 2019

Unit 8: Reproduction In Flowering Plants TEST

TomatoSphere Seed Investigation - http://tomatosphere.letstalkscience.ca

Unit 11.1: Air Pollution p.121-123

Objective: Identify that pollution is a change in the environment. Describe the cause and effects of air pollution.​

Unit 11.2: Water Pollution and Unit 11.3: Soil Pollution p.124-127

Objective: Identify that pollution is a change in the environment. Describe the cause and effects of water and soil pollution.​

At A Glance Flow Chart p.128-129 Science Glossary p.130

Unit 11 Self-Check (handout)

WEEK 13 - NOVEMBER 25-29, 2019

Activity 11.1: Danger of burning p.74-76

Aim: To demonstrate that burning produces carbon dioxide

Activity 11.2: Acid In Action p.77

Aim: To find out whether acid can harm organisms

Activity 11.3: Effects of Burning p.78-79

Aim: To identify some harmful effects of the burning of fuels

Hour of Code @ www.code.org - COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION WEEK

Students will participate in the HOUR OF CODE. Students will learn the basic concepts of coding with drag n' drop programming (similar to robotics programming).

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - THURSDAY, DEC 12

Unit 11: Pollution and Unit 12: Human Population

WEEK 14 - DECEMBER 2-6, 2019

Hour of Code @ www.code.org - COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION WEEK

Students will participate in the HOUR OF CODE. Students will learn the basic concepts of coding with drag n' drop programming (similar to robotics programming).

Unit 12.1: Human Population p.131-133

Objective: Understand that the size of a human population can increase or decrease due to some factors.

Unit 12.2: Population Density p.134

Objective: Know that a human population can be described by the population density.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.135 Science Glossary p.136

Unit 12 Self-Check (handout)

Review Unit 11: Pollution and Unit 12: Human Population (handout)

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - THURSDAY, DEC 12

Unit 11: Pollution and Unit 12: Human Population

WEEK 15 - DECEMBER 9-13, 2019

Hour of Code @ www.code.org - COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION WEEK

Students will participate in the HOUR OF CODE. Students will learn the basic concepts of coding with drag n' drop programming (similar to robotics programming).

 

Unit 11: Pollution and Unit 12: Human Population TEST

WEEK 16 - DECEMBER 16-20, 2019

Unit 13.1: Types of Clouds p.137-138

Objective: Observe and identify the types of clouds.

Activity 13.1: Different Types of Clouds in The Sky p.84-85

Aim: To identify the different types of clouds

Unit 13.2: Fog, Unit 13.3 Dew, Unit 13.4 Hail and Unit 13.5 Wind p.139-143

Objective: Describe how fog, dew, hail and wind are formed. Explain the occurrence of wind due to the unequal heating of the Earth's surface. Recognize that land absorbs and releases heat faster than water. Explain the effects of wind on living things and the environment.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.144 Science Glossary p.145

Unit 13 Self-Check (handout)

SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT OUTLINE DUE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2020

(for students who have opted to do a science project)

SCIENCE​

TECHNOLOGY

 

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