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For Mrs. Page

For Dr. Soar

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Asking Scientific Questions

1s

1P

1YT

1Q

1Q

1Q

2

Designing and Conducting Experiments

2

2P

2YT

2Q

2Q

2Q

3

Using Tools to Gather Data

3

3P

3YT

3Q

3Q

3Q

4

Organizing Data

4

4P

4YT

4Q

4Q

4Q

5

Using Math to Interpret Data

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5P

5YT

5Q

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5Q

6

Drawing Conclusions

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6P

6YT

6Q

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Communicating Scientific Information

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7P

7YT

7Q

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Evaluating Scientific Information

8

8P

8YT

8Q

8Q

8Q

9

Elements

9

9P

9YT

9Q

9Q

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10

The Periodic Table

10

10P

10YT

10Q

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11

Compounds and Mixtures

11

11P

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11Q

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12

Describing Motion

12

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12Q

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13

Forces and Motion

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14

Friction, Gravity, and Circular Motion

14

14P

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15

Work and Simple Machines

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15P

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Potential and Kinetic Energy

16

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Energy Transformations

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17P

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17Q

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Energy for Ecosystems

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18Q

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The Flow of Energy in Ecosystems

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Changes in Ecosystems

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20P

20YT

20Q

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Levels of Organization

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The Human Respiratory and Circulatory Systems

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22YT

22Q

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The Human Digestive System

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The Human Skeletal and Muscular Systems

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24P

24YT

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DNA, Genes, and Chromosomes

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Mitosis and Meiosis

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Human Reproduction

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27P

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States of Matter

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Earth’s Atmosphere

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Heat Transfer and Weather

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30YT

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Winds

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Investigating and Predicting Weather

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Earth’s Structure

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Plate Motion and Earth’s Changing Surface

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Weathering and Erosion

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35Q

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Gravity and Our Solar System

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36Q

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Earth’s Motions

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37Q

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Phases of the Moon and Tides

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38Q

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Eclipses

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Water Resources

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How Humans Affect Water

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Protecting Water Resources

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Bacteria and Food Preservation

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43P

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43Q

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Bridges

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**Fine Print**

These assignments consist of anywhere from 2-5 pages of science information followed by 3-6 questions about the stuff you just read. Take 10 to 15 minutes to read each assignment. Then take the HW quiz. The quiz will let you know how you did on the assignment right away. Be careful! The grade counts!

 

All reading assignments are in PDF format. iPhones, iPads, and iPods will load them just fine. I expect the same of Android devices. If viewing from a laptop or desktop, make sure that you have Adobe Reader installed.

 

**PDF Passwords**

All PDFs are password protected ensure only JFK students have access to the copies originally created by Triumph Learning. They have given us written permission to make copies for our students only. This password was given in class, or send me an email if you forgot.

 

**Secret Words**

The secret word for Lesson 1 is “homework1”. The secret word for Lesson 2 is “homework2” and so on. This is mainly to make sure you don’t accidentally start the quiz when you’re not ready. You only have one shot!

 

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