Science Probe Textbook References:
0 Chapter 5 Properties and Changes (pages 150- 181)
- Chapter 6 The Elements (6.2 only pages 188192)
. Chapter 8 (8. 4 only p.248-254)
SCOPE and SEQUENCE
(Dates are subject to changes)
The following is organized
a b c
This is a right triangle:
We call it a right triangle
because it contains a
The measure of a right
angle is 90
The little square in the
angle tells you it is a
Physical and Chemical Changes Lab
This lab is a FORMAL LAB. It is advisable that you type up your final product. The lab is
Here are the things you must include . . .
BACKGROUND INFORMATION - Describe the difference
Chapter 1 CELL OUTLINE
Living things are often referred as this.
a) All living things are composed of one or more cells.
b) All new cells arise only from cells that already exist.
Field of view
The circle of light
Fluids & Density
DENSITY is the mass of a
substance per unit volume of the
grams/cubic centimetre (g/cm3)
kilograms/cubic metre (kg/m3)
A rectangular block of building stone measures 60cm long,
Dissection of an Eyeball
YOUR JOB . . .
observe the structure, and learn of the function of the various parts of a
as parts are removed, place them to one side on a labelled piece of paper towelling;
Introduction to the Light Microscope
1. Examine your microscope. Familiarize yourself with the parts of the microscope.
The magnification written on the ocular lens (eyepiece) is _.
2. The magnification wri
Chapter 2-Review Cells and Cell Systems
Unicellular organisms perform the same basic functions as multicellular
-Many unicellular organisms are also called micro-organisms. Some micro-organisms
are harmful while others are helpful.
CHAPTER 11- REVIEW MIRRORS AND LENSES
Light reflects off surfaces in a predictable way.
Reflection off a smooth surface is called specular reflection.
The first law of reflection states that the angle of reflection is equal to the angle
Square Numbers and Area Models (1.1)
Lets SQUARE our NUMBERS
When we multiply a number by itself, we square the number.
Show that 49 is a square number
Chapter 3: Human Body Systems
Large thin sheet of muscle that spreads across
Ch 8/9 Review
Vocabulary Ch 8 Pages 248 249. Define or explain each of the terms.
2. Vocabulary from Ch 9 - Define or explain each of the terms
3. Discuss some of the factors that affect biodiversity and species distribution in different
CHAPTER 10- REVIEW SOURCES AND PROPERTIES OF LIGHT
Light is produced by a variety of sources, both natural and artificial.
Light is a form of energy that can be detected by the human eye.
Light is produced by luminous objects when some of th
Ch 2/3 Review
Part A Complete on your own paper
1. Vocabulary Ch 3 (page 88 ) plus tissue, organs and organ systems from Ch 2
2. Discuss how cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems are related.
3. Explain how we breathe in and out.
4. With the ai
The Classification of Matter
Chemistry is the study of _
Matter is anything that takes up _
Volume is the _
Think about it!
Is there anything that is NOT Matter?
There are two kinds . . .
ELEMENTS (The Periodi
Cells and Cell System
Cells of SIMILAR in shape and function
(sec. 1.1 & 1.2)
A square is a
with four right angles
an equal number of
on every edge.
When we multiply a
by itself, we square the
4 x 4 = 16
5 x 5 = 25
Chapter 7- Water Cycle
Water that contains a low concentration
of dissolved salts.
Refers to the average concentration of
salt in a solution.
An area where th
CHAPTER 8- REVIEW WATER FEATURES
The shape of the Earths surface determines how water flows over it.
Landscape features such as mountains, valleys, canyons, and trenches are
found on land and under the oceans.
Continental drainage systems ca
LAB 4.8 LIQUIDS
Question: Can different liquids float on top of each other?
Prediction: Predict what will happen when corn syrup, vinegar, and cooking oil are placed in the same
Predict whether a piece of cork and a plastic block will float o
Ch 5 / 6 Review
Complete the following in your notebook or on loose leaf.
Write in full sentences with complete answers.
1. Define / explain each of the vocabulary terms on pages 164 and 180.
2. Page 166 # 1, 2, 3, 10, 13
3. Page 182 # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Chapter 7 REVIEW THE WATER CYCLE
The water on Earth is not distributed equally.
-Over 97% of all the water on Earth is salt water, most of which is found in the
-77% of the fresh water on Earth is solid in glaciers and icecaps.
Chapter 4 Review-The Properties of Fluids
Fluid flow is important when a fluid is moving or when an object is moving through a
-Laminar flow is when a fluid flows smoothly around a streamlined object.
-Turbulent flow is when a fluid flows
Chapter 4, 5, 6
A push or pull that causes changes in movement.
How quickly a fluid flows in a given amount of time.
Systems that involve movement
Air or gas moving around a solid object.
Chapter 6 REVIEW FLUIDS AND LIVING THINGS
Fluids are important in natural and human-made systems.
-Water and air are two essential fluids that all living things depend on.
-Species that live in water control buoyancy to survive their habitat.
Chapter 5 REVIEW THE USE OF FLUIDS
Knowledge of the properties of fluids is important in technology.
-Construction in fluid environments must take fluid flow into account.
-Air and water are two important fluids that affect structures.
Ch 1 Review
1. Write a brief explanation for the vocabulary words on Page 36.
2. Answer question 4 on Page 38
3. Complete the fill in the blanks and matching sections below:
79. Living things are also referred to as _.
80. The _ contain DNA and are locate
MATTER: Poster Project
On poster paper, create a poster to illustrate the classes of matter. Your poster will be
set up to show the pure and un-pure classes, with the un-pure broken up into mixtures
and solutions, and the pure br
Chapter 9- Water and Our World
A current caused by temperature
A large, consistent circular pattern of ocean
CHAPTER 12- REVIEW LIGHT AND VISION
The human eyes and a camera function in a similar way.
The amount of light entering the eye is controlled by the iris. The amount of light
entering a camera is controlled by the diaphragm.
In the human eye
Think like a Scientist!
Complete this booklet by answering the
questions as completely as possible! Use your
textbook, prior knowledge, and peer
connections to help you formulate your
Please use your own w