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7Th Science (Section 7A) Assignments

Instructor
Ms. Polly Dews
Term
2020 - 2021 School Year
Department
Classes
Description
Dear Students and Parents,
 
My name is Ms. Dews and I will be the seventh grade science teacher for this school year (2020 - 2021 ).
I have taught various science classes at PCLC for eleven years and I am excited to teach seventh grade
science to the students.  

Assignment Calendar

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Collecting data

Students will make a bar graph of their data and write a conclusion.

Past Assignments

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Collecting data (graph)

Students will complete an activity on a bar graph and write a scientific summary.

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Cultrama -EGYPT

Students will be able to complete a worksheet on the culture of Egypt.

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Portfolio Assignment

Students will complete a study island assignment on adaptations by 4/30/2021.

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Portfolio Assignment

Students will be able to create a one page informative essay on COVID - 19 for the portfolio.

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Portfolio Assignment

Students will write main ideas on Coronavirus ( Graphic Organizer for portfolio ).

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Earth and Space Science - Convection and Climate ( Oceans ).

Study Island homework assignment on convection and climate. 
Students are to complete the twenty multiple choice questions on convection and climate.

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Earth and Space Science- Oceanic Convection and Climate

Students will complete 15 multiple choice questions on oceanic convection and climate.
The assignment is on study island.

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Earth Science - Convection and Atmosphere.

Worksheet on convection.

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Earth and Space Science - Convection and Atmosphere.

 Label a diagram of convection and the atmosphere and explain it.
 

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Earth and Space Science - The water cycle

Students will be able to complete the spring break assignment on the water cycle.

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Earth and Space Science - The water Cycle

Students should be able to write an essay on how human activities have impacted the water cycle.

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Earth and Space Science - The water cycle.

Students will be able to create a T-Chart on how human activities have impacted the water cycle.

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Earth and Space Science-Water Cycle

Student will create a T- Chart on the three major steps of the water and write a summary.

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Earth and Space Science-Water Cycle

Students complete a vocabulary worksheet on the water cycle.

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Earth and Space Science-Water Cycle

Student make a model of the water cycle and describe the three major steps.

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Earth Science - The water cycle.

Students will complete twenty multiple choice questions on the water cycle ( study Island ).

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Earth Science- The water cycle

Students will draw and label the water cycle.

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Earth Science- The water cycle.

Vocabulary ( Matching ) assignment on the water cycle.

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Life Science-Photosynthesis and cellular respiration.

Students will have a multiple choice test on photosynthesis and cellular respiration.

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Life Science- Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Students will be able to create a summary sheet on photosynthesis and cellular respiration.
Students will be able to summarize photosynthesis and cellular respiration.

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Life Science- Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Students will be able to complete a Venn diagram on photosynthesis and cellular respiration.

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Life Science- Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Students will complete a worksheet on photosynthesis.
Students will complete multiple choice questions on photosynthesis ( study island ).

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Life Science- Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Students will label a diagram of photosynthesis.
Students will explain how a plant makes food.

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Life Science - Plant Cells/Animal Cells

Students will complete a test on plant and animal cells.

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Life Science - Plant Cells/Animal Cells

Students make a diagram of an animal cell and label it correctly.

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Life Science - Plant Cells/Animal Cells

Students will make a diagram of a plant cell and label it correctly.

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Life Science

Students will label a diagram of an animal cell.
Students will write the function(s) of organelles in an animal cell.

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Life Science

Students will label a diagram of a plant cell.
Students will write the function(s) of organelles in plants cells.

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Life Science - Cells

Students will complete a Venn Diagram on prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

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Life Science - Cells

Students will complete a worksheet on plant and animal cells.

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Life Science - Cells

Students will complete a T- Chart on prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
Students will summarize prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

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Life Science - Cells/Cell Theory

Fri. test on cells ( Study Island ).

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Life Science - Cells/Cell Theory

Worksheet on the compound microscope. Students will label the parts of a compound microscope and identify the function(s).

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Life Science- Cells/Cell Theory

Reading passage on cell structure and function. Students will answer questions that are from the reading passage on cell structure and function.
 

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Physical Science- Heat Transfer

Study Island - Fri. test on heat transfer. Students will be able to complete 25 multiple choice questions on energy-heat transfer.

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Physical science - Heat Transfer

Study island assignment, Energy- Heat Transfer. Students will be able to read the lesson on energy-energy transfer and complete twenty multiple choice questions
 
 

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Physical Science: Heat transfer and different forms of energy.

Students will complete a test on heat transfer and different forms of energy.

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Physical Science: Heat Transfer and different forms of energy.

Students will write notes on heat transfer and different forms of energy.
Students will complete a vocabulary activity on heat transfer and different forms of energy.

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7TH Grade Science Project: Different Forms of Energy

Students will complete the science project on different forms of energy.

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Physical Science- Winter break project on the different forms of energy.

Winter break project on the different forms of energy.

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Physical Science- Changes in matter

Students will complete a test on changes in matter ( study island ).

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Physical Science- Changes in matter

Students will complete 20 multiple choices on changes in matter ( study island ).

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Physical Science- Changes in Matter

Students will complete a reading assignment on changes in matter  ( study island ). Student will complete complete a vocabulary assignment on changes in matter.

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Physical Science: Conservation of Mass and Energy- Energy can be transformed or transferred but is never lost.

Students will  compare and contrast potential and kinetic energy by creating a T-Chart.

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Physical Science- Conservation of Mass and Energy: Energy can be transformed or transferred but is never lost.

Students will complete a worksheet on the different forms of energy.

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Physical Science- The Nature of Force;

Students will complete the Venn diagram on the nature of force in class.

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Physical Science- The Nature of Force.

The student will complete a Venn diagram with phrases to describe unbalanced and balanced forces. They will also write the characteristics shared by unbalanced and balanced forces in the area of overlap.

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Physical Science: 7th grade science research project ( The Periodic Table of Elements ).

Students had to select one element from the periodic table and design an informative poster to showcase the element. They also had to find information about the element  ( the one that they chose to research ) by reading books or searching on line.

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7th grade science research project- periodic table/elements

7th grade science research project-periodic table/elements

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Physical Science: Conservation of Mass and Energy.

Students will complete a worksheet on mixtures and solutions.

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Physical Science: Conservation of Mass and Energy.

The students will be given a Fri. test on physical and chemical properties of metals and non-metals.

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Physical Science: Conservation of Mass and Energy.

The students will complete a matching worksheet on the chemical and physical properties of non-metals.

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Physical Science - Conservation of Mass and Energy.

The students will complete a fill-in the blank activity on the physical and chemical properties of metals.

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Physical Science: Conservation of mass and energy.

Students will have a test on the periodic table of elements.

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Physical Science: Conservation of mass and energy.

Students will complete worksheet # 2 on the periodic table.
 

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Physical Science- Conservation of mass and energy.

Students will complete worksheet #1 on the periodic table.
Students will complete the missing information on twenty elements.

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Physical Science- Conservation of Mass and Energy.

Students will complete a test on physical and chemical changes.

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Physical Science- Conservation of Mass and Energy.

Student will create a chart on metals by using the periodic table.

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Physical Science- Conservation of Mass and Energy

Students will compare and contrast physical and chemical changes.

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Life Science- Biomes and Ecosystems.

Students will complete a test on the six major biomes.

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Life Science- Biomes and Ecosystems.

Students will compare and contrast the six major land biomes by creating a T_Chart ( graphic organizer ).

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Life Science - Biomes and Ecosystems.

Students will complete a worksheet on characteristics of land biomes ( multiple choice questions ).

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Biomes and Ecosystems

Fri. Test will covered the land biomes and ecosystems.

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Biomes and Ecosystems.

Students will complete the land biomes summary sheet.

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Biomes and Ecosystems

Students will complete a worksheet on land biomes by using their notes and the internet.

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Biomes and Ecosystems ( Study Island ).

Students will complete the lesson and flash cards on biomes and ecosystems. 
Students will also answer 15 multiple choice questions.

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Cycles of Matter and Flow of Energy.

Students will complete a multiple choice test on food chains and food webs.

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Cycles of Matter and Flow of Energy.

Students will create a model ( food chain ) showing feeding relationships among organisms.
Students will classify organisms based on their roles in the transfer of energy in a food chain.

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Cycles of Matter and Flow of Energy

Students will complete a Venn Diagram on food chains and food webs.
Students will summarize the information on food chains and food web.

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Cycles of Matter and Flow of Energy

The students will be given a Fri. test on the six major biomes ( information covered in class ).

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Cycles of Matter and Flow of Energy

Students will develop a T- Chart ( graphic organizer ) to compare the abiotic and biotic factors ( resources ) that allow specific organisms to live in a particular biome. Students will summarize the information by writing two paragraphs in the science journal ( discussion in class ).

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Cycles of Matter and Flow of Energy

Students will create a table on the six major biomes ( desert, deciduous forest, grassland, taiga, tundra, and tropical rainforest ). The table should include the following information: weather ( climate ), location, precipitation, plants, animals.

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Interpreting data and drawing conclusions.

Oct. 2, 2020, The Fri. Test will be on interpreting data and drawing conclusions. The test will consist of ten multiple choice questions and three short answer questions.

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Interpreting data and drawing conclusions

Students will complete the study Island assignment on interpreting data and drawing conclusions. Students will read the lesson first, and then complete the ten questions that are assigned.

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Nature of Science

Friday Test will cover laboratory tools and measuring ( 20 multiple choice questions ).

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Nature of Science

Complete the Study Island assignment on Laboratory Tools and Measuring.

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Nature of Science

Please complete the Scientific Method Quiz for homework ( 9/18/2020 ).

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Nature of Science

Complete the Study Island Assignment on Laboratory Safety.
 

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The nature of Science

The students will have a test on laboratory procedures and the tools of science.

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The Nature of Science

The students will be able to collect data by conducting an experiment with gummy bears that are placed in different solutions. The students will be able to analyze data from the experiment on gummy bears. 
 

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The Nature of Science

The students will be able to compare and contrast safe and unsafe laboratory procedures in a science lab by constructing a T- Chart. 

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Nature of Science

The nature of science is a state standard that deals with students learning about the scientific method, variables, hypothesis, graphs and charts. Students will be given an experiment to help them learn and apply the steps of the scientific method.