Class Instructor: Alicia Estes »
Class Grade Level(s) Offered: 6-8th
Credit Hours: 2
Class Day(s): Monday and Wednesday
Class Period(s): Third Period 10:30-11:30am
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Minimum Number of Students: 4
Maximum Number of Students: 15
This course lays a foundation for high school chemistry & physics. It provides beginning lab experience and procedures in the scientific process. Mastery of basic Metric and English conversion math skills and pre-algebra are required. Students will analyze and interpret the results of experiments, learn how to write lab reports, and use basic laboratory equipment.
The scope of study includes: the atmosphere, hydrosphere, and weather, structure of the earth, the environment, motion, Newton’s laws, gravity, light, and sound. A combination of experiments in the text as well as additional teacher selected experiments selected promotes scientific inquiry skills, critical thinking, and creative communication.
This class has been modified to meet Core 40 HS physical science requirements. This can be taken as a Jr. High class and/or count toward high school credit.
To be determined.
Pre-algebra; Basic Metric and English units conversion skills. Typing and basic word processing skills for lab write-up essential.
Class Supplies Needed:
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