6th & 7th Grade Science: PART 1

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SCIENCE and SAFETY PROCEDURES

0 Course Introduction 12:32

This is a comprehensive “6th & 7th grade Science” video course that covers all of the content that students need to successfully complete 6th & 7th grade science. The course has an emphasis on discovery learning and critical thinking skills. It is covers the requirements of the Common Core and also goes beyond by preparing students for the real-world. It is a full year's worth.

The course includes:

  • A full year's worth of science for 6th & 7th graders!
  • 11 Units
  • 119 video lessons: Part 1: 63 videos and Part 2: 56 videos
  • 119 short review on-line quizzes for each lesson with answer keys
  • Over 60 additional exams with answer keys
  • 48 worksheet review videos (I review each question/problem one by one) and answer keys for each lesson
  • Over 60 investigations, demonstrations and projects
  • Over 10 Station Labs of unit concepts that students: Explore, Illustrate, Read, Watch, Organize, Write, Research, and Assess with answer keys for each station.
  • Lesson Documents: key vocabulary, word walls, worksheets, labs, puzzles, student projects, PowerPoints, assessments, picture/diagrams, and homework.
  • Uses a Smartboard and demonstrations in the lessons to better illustrate the lessons and to provide opportunities for hands on learning
  • Over 36 hours of video-lessons!

Course Goals:  After completing this course students will have a better grasp on how the world works around them and how many things in our world are connected. Students will have a better appreciation for the environment, our earth, and our interdependence with those different facets of our world. Finally, the ultimate goal is to see that science is an important and interesting area of study and you can have fun learning it as well!

Target Audience: This video-course is primarily intended for students entering the 6th and 7th grade who have had previous science study. This is typically around age 10 or older. The course could also be used as a review for older students who might need extra time with the course topics.

Course Requirements: Students taking this course should have a good understanding of the science topics covered in grade 5.

1 Lesson 1 Preview 00:52

COURSE TOPICS

Unit 1: Science and Safety Procedures

Lessons

Identify science expectations

Identify safe science practices

Set up Interactive Student Notebook

Incorporate Rules of a Scientist

Demonstrate safe practices while conducting experiments

Analyze safe practices and the infractions of unsafe practices

Demonstrate knowledge of how to operate emergency safety equipment

Explain how to use science equipment

Demonstrate knowledge of science safety and procedures

Unit 2: Physical Properties of Matter

Lessons

Define metals, nonmetals, and metalloids

Identify properties of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids

Observe and identify physical properties of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids

Compare metals, nonmetals, and metalloids

Classify objects as metals, nonmetals, and metalloids base off of their physical properties

Demonstrate the properties of metal, nonmetals, and metalloids

Determine if a sample is a metal, nonmetal, or metalloid by observing physical properties

Identify the physical properties of minerals

Test and examine minerals to determine the physical properties

Test the concepts of density

Identify the density of objects

Compare and calculate the densities of candy bars

Determine how density can be used to identify an unknown substance

Practice procedures for calculating density

Demonstrate how to find the volume of a substance or object

Calculate the density of a set of unknown mineral samples and organize the data collected

 

 

2 Science Expectations 1 01:50

Rules and procedures for science safety.

3 Safe Science Practices 2 07:11

Picture of Safe Science Practices 2 Students will be able to identify safe science practices.

4 Lesson 2B: Safe Science Practices 07:11

Students will be able to identify safe science practices.

5 ISN: Student Interactive Notebook 3 07:26

Students will set up Interactive Student Notebook in order to ask questions, record data and information, make drawings and for other purposes.

6 Rules of a Scientist 4 05:37

Picture of Rules of a Scientist 4 Students will adjust Interactive Student Notebook to incorporate rules of a scientist.

7 Conducting experiments 5 17:12

Student will demonstrate safe practices while conducting experiments.

8 Lesson 5: Worksheet Review 06:06

Student will demonstrate safe practices while conducting experiments.

9 Lesson 5: Worksheet Review 04:36

Student will demonstrate safe practices while conducting experiments.

10 Safe and Unsafe Practices 6 10:37

Students will analyze the safe practices and the infractions of unsafe practices.

11 Lesson 6: Worksheet Review 04:21

Students will analyze the safe practices and the infractions of unsafe practices.

12 Operating Safety Equipment 7 08:15

Picture of Operating Safety Equipment 7

Science and Society

13 Lesson 7: Worksheet Review 04:58

Students will demonstrate their knowledge of how to operate emergency safety equipment by explaining how to use the equipment.

14 Science Safety 8 08:44

Picture of Science Safety 8

Draw and describe a bad scientist.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER

15 Defining 08:24

Picture of Defining Students will be able to define metals, nonmetals, and metalloids.

16 Lesson 9: Worksheet Review 05:29

Students will be able to define metals, nonmetals, and metalloids.

17 Identify properties 07:53

Students will identify the properties of metals, nonmetals and metalloids.

18 Observe and identify physical properties 09:47

Students will observe and identify the physical properties of metals, nonmetals and metalloids.

19 Compare metals nonmetals and metalloids 06:38

Students will compare metals, nonmetals and metalloids based off of their physical properties.

20 Classify metal nonmetals and metalloids 06:49

Students will classify objects, as metals, nonmetals and metalloids based off of their physical properties.

21 Demonstrate properties 09:11

What is one way to determine the identity of an unknown sample?                  

22 Determination by sampling 03:57

Picture of Determination by sampling

Create an acronym to remember the physical properties used to classify. ( Luster, Conductivity, Malleability, Magnetism, Ductility, and State of Matter)       

23 Identify minerals 14:24

Students will identify the physical properties of minerals.

24 Test and examine minerals 12:54

Students will test and examine minerals to determine the physical properties

25 Lesson 17: Worksheet Review 04:41

Students will test and examine minerals to determine the physical properties

26 What is density? 13:04

Students will test the concepts of density.

27 Which is more dense? 11:43

Students will identify the density of objects.

28 Lesson 19: Worksheet Review 04:35

Students will identify the density of objects.

29 Compare and Calculate Density 13:23

Students will compare and calculate the densities of candy bars.

30 Determination of density 14:22

Students will determine how density can be used to identify an unknown substance.

31 Lesson 21: Worksheet Review 02:37

Students will determine how density can be used to identify an unknown substance.

32 Lesson 21b: Determination of density 06:59

Students will determine how density can be used to identify an unknown substance.

33 Calculating Density 08:33

Students will practice the procedures for calculating density.

34 Lesson 22: Worksheet Review 01:55

Students will practice the procedures for calculating density.

35 Finding volume 11:24

Students will demonstrate how to find the volume of a substance or object.

36 Lesson 23: Worksheet Review 02:44

Students will demonstrate how to find the volume of a substance or object.

37 Calculating density of samples 08:19

Students will calculate the density of a set of unknown mineral samples and organize the data collected.

38 Lesson 24: Worksheet Review 04:17

Students will calculate the density of a set of unknown mineral samples and organize the data collected.

ELEMENTS

39 Exploring Elements 09:47

 Elements are represented by symbols on the Periodic Table. The symbols usually consist of one or two letters. The first letter is always capitalized. Any additional letters are lower case. The symbols are derived from the element's name.

40 Lesson 26: Representing elements with symbols 15:57

Picture of Lesson 26: Representing elements with symbols

Students should categorize elements as pure substances. Elements are located on the periodic table. They can combine to form compounds. A compound is a combination of two or more different elements chemically bonded together. Na and Cl = NaCl (sodium chloride or table salt)

Exception: These 7 substances are not compounds, but rather molecules: H2 N2 O2 F2 Cl2 Br2 I2 Students need to recognize that compounds are represented by chemical formulas. A few basic chemical formulas: H2O – water  NaCl - table salt O2 - oxygen gas  N2 - nitrogen gas  CO2 - carbon dioxide gas  Be able to identify the number of unique elements in a chemical formula and equations.

41 Elements are a pure substance. 02:13

An element is a pure substance that is represented by a chemical symbol. All elements found on Earth are located on the Periodic Table. When two or more different elements chemically combine, a compound is formed. When two or more substances physically combine, a mixture is created.        

42 Properties of elements 11:46

All naturally occurring and man-made elements are located on the Periodic Table. Elements are represented by symbols on the Periodic Table. The symbols usually consist of one or two letters. The first letter is always capitalized. Any additional letters are lower case. The symbols are derived from the element's name.           

43 Examples and nonexamples 02:28

What is a pure substance?    

44 Classifying substances 04:44

How do we know when a symbol represents more than one element?   

45 Lesson 30: Worksheet Review 06:49

Students will classify substances as elements or not.

46 Exploring Elements 12:47

Picture of Exploring Elements

Students should notice the different spheres are comprised of different elements. The only element common to all spheres is oxygen. Elements located on the Periodic Table are either naturally occurring or man-made. The first 91 elements on the Periodic Table are naturally occurring; the others have been created by man.                

47 Lesson 31: Worksheet Review 03:05

Students will explore the elements that make up the solid Earth, living matter, oceans, and the atmosphere.

48 Major elements of life 04:54

What are the major elements that make up the largest portion of solid Earth?   

49 Creating a visual of Elements 18:13


Choose and create a visual display (e.g., mini-poster, display board, etc.) identifying percentages of major elements that comprise each of the following: the solid Earth, living matter, oceans, and the atmosphere. Write the name and symbol for each of the elements identified. Additionally, include the definition of the term “element” on the display.

COMPOUNDS

50 What is a compound? 11:14

Students will describe a compound.

51 Elements and Compounds 11:40

An Element is a pure substance that is represented by a chemical symbol. All naturally occurring and man-made elements are located on the Periodic Table. When two or more elements chemically combine, a compound is formed. Chemical formulas represent the elements and the number of atoms of each element found in a compound. Atoms of the elements are represented by the numberical subscript located to the right of the element symbol.    

52 Differences between elements and compounds 13:10

An Element is a pure substance that is represented by a chemical symbol. All naturally occurring and man-made elements are located on the Periodic Table. When two or more elements chemically combine, a compound is formed. Chemical formulas represent the elements and the number of atoms of each element found in a compound. Atoms of the elements are represented by the numberical subscript located to the right of the element symbol.

53 Evidence of chemical change 07:47

Remind students many common items are compounds because they are composed of two or more elements, and other items like aluminum foil or copper wire are elements. Encourage students to use the periodic table as a tool while working with elements and compounds. Students may confuse the lowercase "l" with the uppercase "i"

54 Identify evidence of a chemical change 10:00

An Element is a pure substance that is represetned by a chemical symbol. Compounds are pure substances represented by a chemcial formula.

55 Differences between physical and chemical change 11:35

What is the difference between chemical and physical changes?

56 Lesson 39: Worksheet Review 03:55

Students will differentiate between a physical and chemical change.

57 Evidence of chemical change 05:10

Picture of Evidence of chemical change

 Students may not understand the use of subscripts at this time but should recognize H2SO4 is the only choice written using the correct symbols of hydrogen, sulfur, and oxygen.

58 Evidence of chemical change 04:52

 Evidence of a chemical change includes the production of gas, a change in the temperature, the production of a precipitate, and/or a color change. When a chemical change occurs, a new substance is formed.

59 Summarize evidence of a chemical change 03:21

Based on classroom observations of a chemical reaction, create a tabbed or layered book. On each tab, include the formula of a compound from the chemical reaction, elements found in the compound, and the number of atoms present in each compound.

On the back of the book, write a summary that explains all of the possible evidences scientists use to determine that a chemical change is taking place in order to verify that a new substance is formed.

ENERGY RESOURCES

60 Identify renewable resources 18:51

Students will be able to identify the advantages and disadvantages of renewable resources.

61 Explore renewable resources 02:46

Picture of Explore renewable resources

We depend on the natural world to provide energy resources for our use. Students should recognize that every energy resource has its advantages and disadvantages. Renewable energy can be renewed over a relatively short period of time; inexhaustible resources are available on a nearly perpetual basis. A nonrenewable energy resource, once depleted, cannot be replaced by nature quickly.

62 Lesson 44: Worksheet Review 03:38

Students will be explore the uses, advantages and disadvantages of renewable resources.

63 Summarize renewable resources 07:59

We depend on the natural world to provide energy resources for our use. Students should recognize that every energy resource has its advantages and disadvantages.

64 Lesson 45: Worksheet Review 01:22

Students will summarize the advantages and disadvantages of renewable energy resources.

65 Identify renewable resources 10:19

Students will be able to identify the advantages and disadvantages of nonrenewable resources.

66 Explore renewable resources 15:24

Students will be explore the uses, advantages and disadvantages of nonrenewable resources.

67 Lesson 47: Worksheet Review 04:15

Students will be explore the uses, advantages and disadvantages of nonrenewable resources.

68 Summarize renewable resources 08:43

We depend on the natural world to provide energy resources for our use. Students should recognize that every energy resource has its advantages and disadvantages.

69 Analyze and debate energy resources 02:56

Students will be able to analyze and debate the advantages and disadvantages of using different energy resources.

70 Plan to manage energy 03:17

Encouraging students to decrease their "carbon footprint" through energy conservation and recycling helps reduce the use of energy resources. Students may not realize that they also have an impact on the environment and energy resources.

71 Plan to manage energy 03:16

In what ways can we manage energy resources in the home, school or community?

72 Lesson 51: Worksheet Review 02:02

Students will be able to compare the advantages and disadvantages of using energy resources.

CONSERVATION OF ENERGY

73 Identify Thermal Energy 11:21

Students will identify thermal energy that can be tansferred.

74 Transfer of Thermal Energy 04:50

Students will recognize how thermal energy transfers through conduction, convection and radiation.

75 Lesson 53: Worksheet Review 01:42

Students will recognize how thermal energy transfers through conduction, convection and radiation.

76 Defining using illustrations 03:24

Picture of Defining using illustrations Students will define conduction, convection and radiation using illustrations.

77 Investigate methods of Thermal Energy 10:39

Student will investigate methods of thermal energy transfer, including conduction, convection and radiation.

78 Thermal Energy Patterns 01:56

Students will interpret how thermal energy transfers through conduction, convection and radiation.

79 Research methods of Thermal Energy Transfer 06:51

Students will research methods of thermal energy transfer through conduction, convection and radiation through explore activities'

80 Lesson 57: Worksheet Review 05:11

Students will research methods of thermal energy transfer through conduction, convection and radiation through explore activities.

81 Investigate methods of Thermal Energy Transfer 07:52

Investigate methods of thermal energy transfer in order to develop a podcast or other presentation describing the transfer of thermal energy. Include conduction, convection, and radiation and how they relate to the law of conservation of energy. Demonstrate that thermal energy moves in a predictable pattern.

82 Presentation of Tranfer of Thermal Energy 03:32

Investigate methods of thermal energy transfer in order to develop a podcast or other presentation describing the transfer of thermal energy. Include conduction, convection, and radiation and how they relate to the law of conservation of energy. Demonstrate that thermal energy moves in a predictable pattern.

83 Lesson 59: Worksheet Review 06:26

Students will develop a presentation describing the transfer of thermal energy.

84 Wind Turbine 04:52

Using a wind turbine illustration, student will identify and describe how energy operated the wind turbine then flows through until it leaves the wind turbine.

85 Lesson 60: Worksheet Review 02:18

Students will identify and describe the transfer of energy through a wind turbine.

86 Energy Tranformation in Everyday Items 06:56

Students will relate transfer of energy through conduction, convection, and radiation to everyday items.

87 Lesson 61: Worksheet Review 05:58

Students will relate transfer of energy through conduction, convection, and radiation to everyday items.

88 Energy tranfer from source to public use 10:12

Students will complete a diagram of energy from the sun transfer of heat energy to convection creating wind, wind turbines to electrical, electrical to homes and business or school, to the energy we use in those buildings.

89 Demonstration of Energy Transformations 03:54

Picture of Demonstration of Energy Transformations

Use a flow chart to demonstrate energy transformations that occur in a household appliance. Include a statement to explain how these transformations relate to the law of conservation of energy.






90 Preview for Science Course Part 2 00:33

I am excited to move into Part 2 of the 6th & 7th Grade Science Course!!

Each unit contains:

  • Lesson Videos (56)
  • Lesson Worksheet Review Videos (17)
  • Lesson Documents: key vocabulary, word walls, worksheets, labs, puzzles, student projects, powerpoints, assessments, picture/diagrams, and homework.
  • Station Labs of unit concepts that students: Explore, Illustrate, Read, Watch, Organize, Write, Research, and Assess with answers for each station (8).
  • Test for every lesson (56).
  • Unit tests with test answers in resource section.

This is a comprehensive “6th & 7th grade Science” video course that covers all of the content that students need to successfully complete 6th & 7th grade science. The course has an emphasis on discovery learning and critical thinking skills. It is covers the requirements of the Common Core and also goes beyond by preparing students for the real-world. It is a full year's worth. 

The course includes:

  • A full year's worth of science for 6th & 7th graders!
  • 11 Units
  • 119 video lessons: Part 1: 63 videos and Part 2: 56 videos
  • 119 short review on-line quizzes for each lesson with answer keys
  • Over 60 additional exams with answer keys
  • 48 worksheet review videos (I review each question/problem one by one) and answer keys for each lesson
  • Over 60 investigations, demonstrations and projects
  • Over 10 Station Labs of unit concepts that students: Explore, Illustrate, Read, Watch, Organize, Write, Research, and Assess with answer keys for each station.
  • Lesson Documents: key vocabulary, word walls, worksheets, labs, puzzles, student projects, PowerPoints, assessments, picture/diagrams, and homework.
  • Uses a Smartboard and demonstrations in the lessons to better illustrate the lessons and to provide opportunities for hands on learning
  • Over 36 hours of video-lessons!

Course Goals:  After completing this course students will have a better grasp on how the world works around them and how many things in our world are connected. Students will have a better appreciation for the environment, our earth, and our interdependence with those different facets of our world. Finally, the ultimate goal is to see that science is an important and interesting area of study and you can have fun learning it as well!

Target Audience: This video-course is primarily intended for students entering the 6th and 7th grade who have had previous science study. This is typically around age 10 or older. The course could also be used as a review for older students who might need extra time with the course topics.

Course Requirements: Students taking this course should have a good understanding of the science topics covered in grade 5.

 

COURSE TOPICS 

Unit 1: Science and Safety Procedures 

Lessons 

Identify science expectations

Identify safe science practices 

Set up Interactive Student Notebook 

Incorporate Rules of a Scientist

Demonstrate safe practices while conducting experiments

Analyze safe practices and the infractions of unsafe practices

Demonstrate knowledge of how to operate emergency safety equipment

Explain how to use science equipment

Demonstrate knowledge of science safety and procedures

Unit 2: Physical Properties of Matter

Lessons

Define metals, nonmetals, and metalloids

Identify properties of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids

Observe and identify physical properties of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids

Compare metals, nonmetals, and metalloids

Classify objects as metals, nonmetals, and metalloids base off of their physical properties

Demonstrate the properties of metal, nonmetals, and metalloids

Determine if a sample is a metal, nonmetal, or metalloid by observing physical properties

Identify the physical properties of minerals

Test and examine minerals to determine the physical properties

Test the concepts of density

Identify the density of objects

Compare and calculate the densities of candy bars

Determine how density can be used to identify an unknown substance

Practice procedures for calculating density

Demonstrate how to find the volume of a substance or object

Calculate the density of a set of unknown mineral samples and organize the data collected

Unit 3: Elements

Lessons 

Explore elements 

Represent elements by their chemical symbols

Understand that an element is a pure substance

Research the properties of different elements

Give examples and non-examples of elements

Classify substances as elements or not

Explore elements that make up the solid Earth, living matter, oceans, and the atmosphere 

Identify the major elements that make up life

Create a visual that identifies which elements make up the Earth, living matter, oceans, and the atmosphere

Unit 4: Compounds

Lessons 

Describe a compound

Explain the differences between elements and compounds

Examine the evidence of a chemical change

Differentiate between a physical and chemical change

Collect evidence of a chemical change

Observe the evidence that a chemical change took place

Summarize the possible evidence of a chemical change involving elements and compounds

Unit 5: Energy Resources

Lessons

Identify the advantages and disadvantages of renewable resources

Explore the uses, advantages, and disadvantages of renewable resources

Summarize the advantages and disadvantages of renewable energy resources

Identify the advantages and disadvantages of nonrenewable resources

Explore the uses, advantages, and disadvantages of nonrenewable resources

Analyze and debate the advantages and disadvantages of using different energy resources

Design a plan to manage energy resources

Compare the advantages and disadvantages of using energy resources

Unit 6: Conservation of Energy

Lessons

Identify thermal energy that can be transferred

Recognize how thermal energy transfers through conduction, convection, and radiation

Define conduction, convection, and radiation using illustrations

Investigate methods of thermal energy transfer

Interpret how thermal energy transfers

Research methods of thermal energy transfer

Develop a presentation describing the transfer of thermal energy

Identify and describe the transfer of energy through a wind turbine

Relate the transfer of energy to everyday items

Demonstrate knowledge of energy transfer from source to public use

Use a flow chart to demonstrate energy transformations

Unit 7: Force and Motion

Lessons

Identify key vocabulary for force in motion

Introduction to simple machines

Work with levers to identify which class of lever is being used

Introduction to 5 additional simple machines

Define unbalanced and balanced forces

Explore simple machines and how they make work easier

Investigate pulley systems

Investigate how inclined planes work

Investigate how all six simple machines work and where they can be found

Analyze data and describe what is happening in relation to motion

Demonstrate knowledge of simple machines

Recognize vocabulary and formula to calculate speed

Investigate and explain how inclined planes and pulleys change the amount of force needed to move objects

Demonstrate understanding of force and motion

Explore force and motion through lab stations

Unit 8: Solar System and Exploration

Lessons

Identify properties, location, and movement of the Sun

Describe the physical properties, location, and movement of planets

Describe the physical properties, location, and movement of the Galilean Moons

Describe the physical properties, location, and movement of comets

Explore the history of space exploration

Compare and describe objects in our solar system

Construct a scale model of the sun and planets in the solar system

Identify the effects of gravity

Demonstrate the understanding of the planets and Galilean moons

Predict the effects of gravity between the objects in our solar system

Create a model of the solar system

Unit 9: Earth Materials

Lessons

Identify the layers of the Earth

Create the Earth’s layers

Explore the Earth’s layers

Demonstrate knowledge of the planets

Demonstrate understanding of the Earth’s layers

Build a model to label and illustrate the structural layers of the Earth

Identify the characteristics of sedimentary rocks

Describe metamorphic rock and how it is formed

Describe igneous rocks and how they form

Observe the effects of weathering

Demonstrate knowledge of the Rock Cycle

Unit 10: Plate Tectonics

Lessons

Examine plate boundaries

Identify major plates

Explain tectonic plate movement

Demonstrate understanding of plate movement

Explore tectonic plates

Identify tectonic plates

Demonstrate knowledge of plates and plate movement

Understand geological events that are affected by plate tectonics

Use academic vocabulary to identify plate movement and events

Identify major geological events caused by plate tectonics

Demonstrate understanding of plate tectonics

Unit 11: Taxonomic Groups

Lessons

Identify cells

Identify characteristics of organisms

Classify organisms

Understand cell theory

Identify prokaryotic an eukaryotes cells and the nucleus

Understand unicellular and multicellular

Understand autotroph and heterotroph

 

  • Teacher: Dr.Seals
  • Areas of expertise: 6-12 Core Subjects English, Math, Science, and Social Studies
  • Education: PhD: Educational Leadership & Curriculum and Instruction Masters: Counseling Bachelors: Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Interests: I love adventure. And, I am always on a quest to learn.
  • Skills: Curriculum Development, Professional Learning Communities, Teacher development, and Pre-service teacher mentor, and college professor.
  • Associations: Texas Association of Secondary School Principals
  • Issues I care about: I care about teacher retention, recruitment, and training. I strive to provide students with resources and differentiated instruction to meet their individual needs.

My teaching philosophy premises around the No Child Left Behind Act. Transforming the role in education to meet the learning needs of all students was the mission of the No Child Left Behind Act. My purpose is to strengthen efforts to close the achievement gap, provide flexibility to better measure individual student progress, prepare high school students for success by promoting rigorous and advanced coursework, provide greater resources for teachers to improve reading, math, and science instruction, reward progress for challenging environments, and provide tools to help underperforming schools (ed. Gov, 2007). As reported by the Secretary of Education, students and their schools must be challenged to succeed. We must work to guarantee a meaningful diploma to every graduate. A diploma must signify the knowledge and skills needed to thrive in college and in the competitive marketplace (ed.gov, 2007, p.1). As a life -long learner and educator, my vision is to prepare students to fulfill our positions in the future.

Lesson 1: MS Lab Safety Quiz

Take a lab safety quiz... https://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=middle-school-science-lab-safety-quiz TEST ANSWER KEY FOR UNIT 1 & 2.

Lesson 2 Lab Safety Test

Test and answer key

Lesson 3: Interactive Student Notebooks

Your INTERACTIVE SCIENCE NOTEBOOK will increase your understanding of science by:

Using writing as a process for discovery and synthesis of inquiry.

  • Modeling many enduring functions of scientists – recording information and data, creating experimental diagrams, forming associations and connections to other learning and asking thoughtful questions.
  • Improving your ability to organize ideas and information to provide a study reference for each unit as well as a resource to consult for tests.
  • Demonstrating to your teacher and your parents your organizational skills, understanding of science concepts and ability to express thoughts and feelings in a variety of ways.
  • Deepening of science skilled acquired in prior years by application to your current year of science study.

Lesson 4: Rules of a Scientist

Test and answer key: 1. Easy test 2. Medium test 3. Hard test

Lesson 5: Conducting Experiments

Test and answer key

Lesson 6: Science Safety

Worksheet answer key. Test and answer key.

Lesson 7: Science Safety and Science & Society

Answer key for lesson test.

Lesson 8: Science Safety & Procedures

Science Test: Answers Lesson 8

Lesson 9: Define metals, nonmetals, and metalloids

Lesson 9: Identify the properties of metals, nonmetals and metalloids

Lesson 11: Observe and identify the physical properties of metals, nonmetals and metalloids

Lesson 12: Compare metals, nonmetals and metalloids

Lesson 13: Classify objects, as metals, nonmetals and metalloids

Classify Matter test answers.

Lesson 14: Properties of metals, nonmetals and metalloids

Lesson 15: Physical properties

Properties of Matter Test 2 Answers.

Lesson 16: Physical properties of minerals

Lesson 17: Physical properties

Properties of Matter Test 3 Answers.

Lesson 18: Density

Lesson 19: Density of objects

Lesson 20: Compare and Calculate Density

Measuring Matter Test Answers.

Lesson 21: How density can be used to identify an unknown substance

Lesson 22: Calculating density

Matter Test 1 answers.

Lesson 23: How to find the volume of a substance or object.

Measuring Matter Test answers.

Lesson 24: Calculate Denisty and Organize Data

Lesson 25: Explore elements

TEST ANSWER KEY FOR UNIT 3 & 4.

Lesson 26: Represent elements by their chemical symbols

Lesson 27: Understand that an element is a pure substance

Lesson 28: Research the properties of different elements

Matters Test 5 answers.

Lesson 29: Examples and nonexamples of elements

Lesson 30: Classify substances as elements or not.

Classifying Elements Test Answers.

Lesson 31: Explore the elements that make up the solid Earth, living matter, oceans, and the atmosphere

Lesson 32: Identify the major elements that make up life

Lesson 33: Create a visual that identifies which elements make up solid Earth, living matter, oceans and the atmosphere

Lesson 34: Describe a compound.

Lesson 35 & 36: Explain the differences between elements and compounds

Lesson 37 & 38: Evidence of a chemical change

Lesson 39: Differentiate between a physical and chemical change

Matter Test 2 answers. Classifying Matter test answers.

Lesson 40: Collect evidence of a chemical change

Lesson 41 & 42: Observe the evidence that a chemical change took place

Matter Unit Test 1-3 answers.

Lesson 43: Identify the advantages and disadvantages of renewable resources

TEST ANSWER KEY FOR UNIT 5 & 6.

Lesson 44: Explore the uses, advantages and disadvantages of renewable resources

Energy Test 3 answers.

Lesson 45: Summarize renewable resources

Lesson 46: Identify renewable resources

Lesson 47: Explore the uses, advantages and disadvantages of nonrenewable resources

Nonrenewable test answers for Test 1-3.

Lesson 48: Summarize the advantages and disadvantages of renewable energy resources

Lesson 49: Analyze and debate energy resources

Lesson 50: Design a plan to manage energy resources

Lesson 51: Compare the advantages and disadvantages of using energy resources

Sources of Energy test answers.

Lesson 52: Identify Thermal Energy

Lesson 53: Transfer of Thermal Energy

Lesson 54: Define conduction, convection and radiation using illustrations

Energy 2 Test 3 answers.

Lesson 55: Investigate methods of Thermal Energy

Lesson 56: Interpret how thermal energy transfers through conduction, convection and radiation

Energy 2 Test 1 answers.

Lesson 57: Research methods of Thermal Energy Transfer

Lesson 58: Investigate methods of thermal energy transfer in order to develop a presentation describing the transfer of thermal energy

Lesson 59: Develop a presentation describing the transfer of thermal energy

Thermal Energy Test answers.

Lesson 60: Identify and describe the transfer of energy through a wind turbine

Wind Source of Energy test answers.

Lesson 61: Relate transfer of energy through conduction, convection, and radiation to everyday items

Energy Transformation answers.

Lesson 62: Demonstrate their knowledge of energy transfer from source to public use

Energy Conservation Test answers.

Lesson 63: Use a flow chart to demonstrate energy transformations

Energy Unit Test Answers 1-4.

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