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TERM 1:

 

CLIMATE CHANGE/GEOLOGY UNIT

  1. Climate Change Know/Wonder/Learn - DUE SEPT 10 PAST DUE
  2. Notes on "This Changes Everything" and "Addicted to Risk" - DUE SEPT 12 PAST DUE
  3. History of Earth - worksheet 1 - DUE SEPT 24 PAST DUE
  4. History of Earth - worksheet 2 - DUE SEPT 25 PAST DUE
  5. History of Earth - worksheet 3 - DUE SEPT 26 PAST DUE
  6. Strata timeline worksheet and questions - DUE OCT 15 PAST DUE
  7. Climate Change paper - DUE NOV 13 PAST DUE

 

TERM 2:

EVOLUTION UNIT

  1. Classification of Life worksheets (x2) - DUE DEC 10 PAST DUE
  2. Classification of Life - clade worksheet - DUE DEC 10 PAST DUE
  3. "Planet Dinosaur" notes - DUE DEC 19 PAST DUE (3 notes per episode of scientist findings: what they believe and the EVIDENCE for it. Notes should be on behaviours and unique physical adaptions, not height/weight)
  4. Adaptation worksheet - DUE JAN 24 PAST DUE
  5. "Hunter and Hunted" adaptation notes - DUE FEB 15 PAST DUE (5 notes on how predator and prey have adapted to hunt or escape. The video can be viewed here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00p1n00/life-7-hunters-and-hunted)
  6. Natural selection project - DUE MAR 1 PAST DUE

SCIENCE FAIR

  1. Week 1 (Jan 7-11): Come up with your topic idea. Ideally: come up with your testable question.
  2. Week 2/3 (Jan 14-18): Design your experiment
  3. Weeks 3/4 (Jan 21 – Feb 1): Plan your experiment - DUE FEB 1 PAST DUE
  4. Weeks5-7 (Feb 4 - 22): Run your experiment - DUE FEB 22 (IF NOT: DO OVER SPRING BREAK)

 

TERM 3:

 

EVOLUTION UNIT CON'T (in progress)

  1. Natural Selection project end activity - DUE MAR 6 PAST DUE

 

SCIENCE FAIR CON'T (in progress)

  1. Analyze and interpret experiment data. Create grafts.
  2. Create science fair display
  3. Classroom presentation of projects - APR 29-May 3

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