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WEEK 10 - NOVEMBER 4-8, 2019

Unit 7.1: Resembling Our Parents p.73-74

Objective: Observe that living things resemble their parents.

 

Unit 7.2: Inherited Characteristics p.75-76

Objective: Recognize the characteristics that are inherited from parents to their offspring.

 

Unit 7.3: Non-Inherited Characteristics p.77

Objective: Understand that characteristics of a living thing resulting from the interactions with the environment cannot be passed on to the offspring.

Unit 7.4: From Parents to Young p.78

Objective: Understand that sexually produced offspring are never identical to either of their parents because the offspring receives genetic information from both parents during sexual reproduction.

Activity 7.1: What Did I Inherit? p.24-26

Aim: To find out what characteristics I inherited from each of my parents

Activity 7.2: Family Tree p.27-29

Aim: To understand how to read and construct a family tree

At A Glance Flow Chart p.79 Science Glossary p.80

HW: Unit 7 Self-Check (handout)

WEEK 11 - NOVEMBER 11-14, 2019

Gizmo - Inheritance @ www.explorelearning.com

Students will ...

- compare the results of sexual and asexual reproduction

- distinguish between traits that are determined by genes and those that are acquired

- understand that acquired traits are not passed on to offspring

- observe different types of inheritance (dominant traits / recessive traits)

At A Glance Flow Chart p.79 Science Glossary p.80

HW: Unit 7 Self-Check (handout)

Unit 8.1: Roles of Living Things In The Environment p.81-63

Objective: Identify the roles of living things in an ecosystem.

Unit 8.2: Feeding Relationships p.84-85

Objective: Use food chains and food webs to show the feeding relationships in a habitat.

Unit 8.3: Energy in An Ecosystem p.86-87

Objective: Know that the Sun is the main source of energy in an ecosystem and that energy is passed on from one living thing to another in food chains and food webs.

Review Unit 7: Heredity and Unit 8: Relationship Among Living Things (handout)

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - TUESDAY, NOV 26

Unit 7: Heredity & Unit 8: Relationship Among Living Things

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

(for students who have opted to write the contest)

WEEK 12 - NOVEMBER 18-20, 2019

Review Unit 7: Heredity and Unit 8: Relationship Among Living Things (handout)

Activity: The Game of Survival

Students will play a simulation game to learn that there must be a balance between the number of producers and the number of consumers for a food chain to function properly.

Unit 8.4: Interdependence Among Living Things p.88-89

Objective: Describe the interrelationship and interdependence among various living things which live together in the environment.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.90 Science Glossary p.92

HW: Unit 8 Self-Check (handout)

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - TUESDAY, NOV 26

Unit 7: Heredity & Unit 8: Relationship Among Living Things

WEEK 13 - NOVEMBER 25-29, 2019

Activity 8.1: Food Chains p.30-31

Aim: To draw food chains by identifying the roles of various organisms

Activity 8.2: Food Webs p.32-35

Aim: To analyze information in a food web and draw food chains and food webs

Unit 7: Heredity & Unit 8: Relationship Among Living Things TEST

Unit 11.1: Reversible Changes and 11.2: Non-Reversible Changes p.121-123

Objective: Identify whether changes in materials are reversible or non-reversible.

Unit 11.3-5: Factors That Cause Rotting of Wood, Rusting and Decomposition p.124-125

Objective: Understand factors that cause changes in materials.

Unit 11.6: Effects of Changes In Materials on An Environment p.126-127

Objective: Explain the good and bad effects of changes in materials to the environment.

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).

At A Glance Flow Chart p.71 Science Glossary p.72

HW: Unit 6 Self-Check (handout)

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 6.1: The Human Reproductive System p.61-63

Objective: Identify the main organs of the male and female reproductive system and their functions.

Unit 6.2: Growth of A Human Being p.64-65

Objective: Describe the growth and development of a human from birth to adulthood.

Unit 6.3: Changes During Puberty p.66-67

Objective: Describe the physical, social and emotional changes in males and females during puberty.

Unit 6.4: The Menstrual Cycle p.68

Objective: Understand the menstrual cycle in females.

Unit 6.5: Common Disorders of The Human Reproductive System p.69

Objective: Recognize common disorders related to the reproductive system.

Unit 6.6: Caring For Our Reproductive System and 6.7: Applications of Reproduction p.70

Objective: Adopt practices for the hygiene of the reproductive system. Describing different applications of reproduction.

WEEK 15 - DECEMBER 9-13, 2019

Activity 6.1: Human Reproductive Systems p.20-21

Aim: To observe and compare the human male and female reproductive systems

Activity 6.2: The Menstrual Cycle p.22-23

Aim: To understand a menstrual cycle and the events that take place during the cycle

Activity 11.1: Reversible and Non-Reversible Changes p.48-50

Aim: To identify whether the changes in materials are reversible or non-reversible

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

HW: Unit 11 Self-Check (handout)

WEEK 16 - DECEMBER 16-20, 2019

Coding Quest Project - Game Design Title Page and Logo

Students will compare and contrast various video game covers and logos, pulling out key design characteristics. They will then design their own video game cover for the idea that they developed in their snapshot. 


HW: Explore Scratch and continue with the ALL TIPS section (Step-By-Step, How To)

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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