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Earth and Space Science Life Sciences Physical Sciences Science and Technology Scientific Inquiry Scientific Knowing
We will study: 1.Rocks 2. Soils 3. Weathering Earth and Space Sciences
We will study: 1. Forces and Motion Examples: Gravity, Magnetism, Friction, Collision Physical Sciences
We will study: 1. How technology is helpful and/or Harmful. 2. Design technology Science and Technology
We will study: 1. Scientific method 2. Apply safety procedures. 3. Communicate findings Scientific Inquiry
1)Nature of Science 2) Careers in science 3) How science is used in everyday life. Scientific Ways of Knowing
Life Cycles Fossils Friction Weight Measurement Famous Scientists Careers Types of Rocks Types of Soil
Everyday Forces BY MR. V. CALZADA & MRS. SWANSON.
Mrs. Salvi Agenda for April 15, 2015 Science 7:. Mrs. Salvi Agenda for April 15, 2015 Science 6: Objective: Full Inquiry Experiment: How can pollution.
Science Essential Standards Elementary Overview November 2011.
What is Earth Science?. Science Science Means: A process of observing and studying things in our world. It is also: A method of solving problems You use.
Earths Surface Name Date due Period of Class. What are the three types of rock?
Grade 6 Science Program Textbooks Introduction to Science Weather and Climate Inside the Restless Earth Earth’s Changing Surfaces.
Welcome 5 th Grade. Attendance Procedures LEAD2021.
Rocks and Minerals STANDARD III: Students will understand the processes of rock and fossil formation.
1. Space Travel 2 Scientists use what they know about forces and motion 3 when they send rockets into space.
Elementary Safety Topics Science Safety Professional Development
Exploring Physical Science Lesson 1 Mrs. Martin. 3 Main Categories of Science Life Science Earth Science Physical Science.
THE SCIENTIFIC PROCESS. Chapter Three: The Scientific Process 3.1 Inquiry and the Scientific Method 3.2 Experiments and Variables 3.3 The Nature.
Bonus Question ( make your wager) Motion Gravity & Weight FrictionForces
Chapter 9 Forces and Motion. If you add force to an open door it _________________.
St. Joseph School Mrs. Bozek 6 th grade Science 7 th grade Science 8 th grade Science.
Science Chapter Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
Motion, Force, Gravity, Weight! By: Anna Motion is movement Examples: Like when you push or pull something, I was running down the street, or I was skipping.
MAGNETS ATTRACT THAT’S A FACT. Magnetic Attraction What objects are attracted to magnets? What is not attracted to a magnet? What are the differences.
Rock Cycle A model that shows how rocks are created and changed from one type to another.
Canyon canyon: a deep ravine between cliffs often carved from the landscape by a river over a long period of time.
Science: Earth’s Changing Surface Chapter 3 Erosion & Deposition.
Chapter Three: The Scientific Process 3.1 Inquiry and the Scientific Method 3.2 Experiments and Variables 3.3 The Nature of Science and Technology.
Forces. Effects of forces Forces can cause diverse effects on objects: – They make things start to move. – They make things stop. – They disfigure things.
Science, Society, and You Chapter 2 Lessons 1 -4.
1-1 pgs IN: What are some things that an Earth scientist might do?
S3CS1 Students will be aware of the importance of curiosity, honesty, openness, and skepticism in science and will exhibit these traits in their own efforts.
Science The study of the natural world and its processes.
The Nature of Science Section 1 What is Science? Science – a way of learning about the natural world. Scientists ask questions about the natural world,
Earth/Space Science Practice test questions. Question #1: Earth Science.
Earth and Space Science Mrs. Jones Science Class.
1-1 pgs (Write this) IN: List three things you would like to study about the Earth. Get your Notebook.
Standard 3. Objective 2: Describe the nature of the changes that rocks undergo over long periods of time. a) Diagram and explain the rock cycle. b) Describe.
THE SCIENTIFIC PROCESS 3.2. Chapter Three: The Scientific Process 3.1 Inquiry and the Scientific Method 3.2 Experiments and Variables 3.3 The Nature.
Tyler Shaffer. Essential questions: Essential question: What is the Solar System, what does it contain and how did it come to be? Unit Question: What.
Science Book Interactive Notebook Force and Motion Glossary Pencil Listening ears.
FORCES. What is a force? A force is a PUSH or a PULL. Forces do not have mass nor do they occupy a space. Forces can –tear, bend, twist, or stretch an.
Mrs. Wharton’s Science Class. Air consists of atoms and molecules therefore it has mass. Because air has mass it also have other properties such as.
Lesson 1-1 Science is the investigation and exploration of natural events and of the new information that results from those investigations.Science People.
Review for 1 st Nine Weeks Test Mrs. Nelson’s Earth Science Class.
Countdown to TAKS Example Questions Friday April 15 Answer each question on a separate piece of paper. Write next to each answer what the topic is. Write.
Chapter 1 Objectives 1. Define science. 2. Describe the branches of science. 3. Differentiate between a hypothesis and a theory. 4. Identify the steps.
The Earth Science Game Show PlanetsEnergyFuelLandformsLife.
Welcome to 5 th grade Curriculum Night! 5 th grade team Kelly Vickery – Math/Social Studies Katie Briggs – Science/Social Studies Samantha Fields-Reading/Writing/Social.
Forces and Motion A Review in Vocabulary. Force A force is a push or a pull. A force is a push or a pull.
Pure Science vs. Applied Science What is “Pure Science?” Example: Scientists study human vision to learn how the eye works. Pure Science is the gathering.
Nature of Science Life Science Earth &Space Science Physical Science
Content Standard A As a result of activities in grades 9-12, all students should develop: Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry Understandings about.
Force and Motion Vocabulary. Centripetal Force a force that causes objects in motion to move in a curved path.
What’s the difference? MASS AND WEIGHT. MASS The quantity of matter in an object Always constant Can never be zero Measured with a balance Unit: grams.
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