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WHAT IS GRADE 10 SCIENCE?Curriculum Expectations
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A science that continues to introduce various topics
Expands the general knowledge of why reactions occurChemistry
Introductions to Anatomy and PhysiologyBiology
Expands the general knowledge of light and opticsPhysics
The importance of the research and human impactClimate and Weather

    



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Course Breakdown with Associated Text Chapters

Scientific Inquiry and

The Science Article

  • Science Literacy assignment.
  • Design your own Experiment
  • In class presentation discussing a recent topic covered in a reputable science magazine or website
"Design your own experiment" assignment - Handout
Sources for ideas
Ideas for your experiments

science fair ideas
    4-5 days

    Unit 1: Chemical Reactions

    • Chemistry provides many challenges for students.
    • The concept of atoms, ions, molecules and chemical reactions are abstract and this unit requires constant review of topics
    • Textbook:  chapter 4    chapter 5    chapter 6
    20 days

    Unit 2: Optics

    • Light, lenses, mirrors and rainbows.
    • Technology that involves light and how the understanding of the electromagnetic spectrum can help us in many fields of science.
    • Textbook: chapter 10    chapter 11    chapter 12
    20 days

    Unit 3: Biology

    • Plants and animals, including humans, are made of specialized cells, tissues, and organs that are reorganized into systems.
    • Developments in medicine and medical technology can have social and ethical implications.
    • Textbook: Chapter 1      Chapter 2      Chapter 3
    20 days

    Unit 4: Climate Change

    • Earth’s climate is dynamic and is the result of interacting systems and processes.
    • Global climate change is influenced by both natural and human factors.
    • Climate change affects living things and natural systems in a variety of ways.
    • People have the responsibility to assess their impact on climate change and to identify effective courses of action to reduce this impact.
    • Textbook: chapter 7    chapter 8     chapter 9
    14 days

    End of Term Assessment:
    Final Exam and / or in class

    Large Projects

    • A project encouraging students to explore the science fair experience.
    • The students will go through the scientific process and are expected to present their findings in an organized method.
    • A final exam covering all four units will also be completed to obtain th ecredit in this course.
    2 days


    2018-2019

    September/February


    MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday

    Feb

    4-8

    Welcome - Science is about wondering why!

    Website

    Textbook Website

    JOIN SCHOOLOGY !!!!!!

    JOIN QUIZLET
    !!!!!!

    Textbooks: online, signed out

    Course Outline - sign

    Kahoot!!


    What's the Rule?

    Belief vs Science

    Intro to Science -Worksheet pdf

    Textbook reference - Skills
    ------------------------------------

    The Scientific Process Internet links

    Overview

    One more link

    Additional VIDEOS:


    Scientific Method
     
    is Questioned

    Scepticism in Science

    This is random!
    Discussion of worksheet
    types of experiments - controlled, correlational, observational

    The Scientific method
    Video SciShow

    Complete Safety Section

    Textbook reference- Skills

    General Science Skills
    - Observations vs Inferences
    - Quantitative vs Qualitative
    - Objective vs Bias

    Complete Schoology quizzes on the scientific method - Summative



    11-15 Finding a Science Article - Schoology

    Discuss timeline, expectations

    Links to find articles
    Science News

    ScienceNews for Students

    Science Daily

    DOGO News

    LiveScience

    ScienceBriefs


    It will be a good article if you can summarize  your article in a graph!


    Begin Chemistry

    Grade 9 review [read 142-143]

    -What is Chemistry?
    matter
    mass vs weight, volume, density

    -classification of matter
    (Element, Compound, Atom, Molecule, mixture, homogenous, heterogenous)

    -physical vs chemical change

    MSIP - QUIZLET
    physical vs chemical properties
    Periodic table
    - organization: regions, rows, columns, periods, group and group names,

    -numbers of the periodic table: atomic number, atomic mass, ion charge

    Periodic table

    - metal vs non metal vs metalloid

    section 4.1 question sheet (pg 142-148)

    MSIP - quizlet: matter/periodic table/bohr rutherford
    Elements to Memorize
    Quizlet: The periodic table of the elements 2018

    -The atom - parts, structure, Standard Atomic Notation

    Make an atom activity

    -Model - Bohr Rutherford;  Lewis
    lone pair, bonding electron

    MSIP - Schoology Quiz -Matter and Atomic structure
    -Elements of PT

    BONUS ACTIVITY
    Name that atom - Interactive Quiz
    Discussion of how to submit the article and design your own experiment assignment

    How the ion is different from the atom:
      sodium vs sodium ion
      sulfur vs sulfur ion

    - 15 characteristics of any element using only the periodic table

    Characteristics of Calcium, Bromine

    Elements to Memorize
    Quizlet: The periodic table of the elements 2018
    18-22FAMILY DAY
    Reactivity => stability
    Rearranging electrons
    The Octet Rule
    -textbook image ch 4 pg 150

    Ionic and Molecular Compounds

    Ionic Compounds

    Metals, Nonmetals, Ions
    Ionic Bonding

    Modelling Ionic bonding
    3 steps

    visualizing ionic bonding


    Ionic Compounds
    More examples

    Molecular Compounds


    Introduce Covalent Bonding

    example of covalent bonding

    visualizing covalent bonding



    Ionic vs Molecular Compounds

    Properties of Ionic compounds pg 157

    Properties of Molecular compounds pg 166

    Why do  the properties of compounds make sense

    Section 4.2 question sheet

    Worksheet on Ionic/Covalent bonding
    Names and Formulas of  Chemical Compounds

    Elements - Monoatomic vs Diatomic [HOFBrINCl]

    Binary Ionic Compounds

    Naming Compounds Package and blank practice tables and the corrections (coming soon)

    HERE THEY ARE

    25-28,
    Mar 1
    SCHOOL BUS CANCELLATION

    CHECK SCHOOLOGY

    Binary Molecular Compounds

    Quizlet - practice
    "Naming Binary Covalent Compounds"
    "Chemistry: Naming Ionic Compounds 2017"
    Element Quiz on 50 elements (name and symbol) - Quizlet

    Binary Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals (Multivalent cations)

    Blank Tables for package

    More Ionic Compounds

    More Molecular compounds
    Ionic Componds containing Polyatomic Ions
     - also page 161

    -------------------------------

    MSIP WORK / Classwork
    Total Review including polyatomic compounds


    Review of Naming

    Naming compounds Flowchart

    Schoology quizzes

    Quizlet Sets
    Chemical Reactions - Patterns and predictability
    Read textbook
    section 4.3

    -evidence of Reaction
    -Law of Conservation of Mass
    -Format of a Chemical Equation

    Chemical Reactions

    Writing and Balancing Chemical reactions


    OCTOBER / March


    MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
    4-8Game for balancing

    -Balancing Chemical Reactions
    -Counting Atoms

    Balancing chemical reactions  - tips and tricks
     - worksheet

     example of balancing
    Naming Compounds test

    Balancing reactions worksheet

    Look for patterns in all the equations (number of reactants, type of reactants, number of products, type of products)

    Naming test returned

    Working on balancing and making a note on ...
    Types of chemical reactions
    synthesis, decomposition,
    combustion
    single displacement, double diplacement Powerpoint

    Textbook Worksheet
    Types of reactions

    Predicting products based on types of chemical reactions

    Bunsen Burner
    -Complete and Incomplete combustion
    -Mg

    Discuss concerns over types of reactions worksheets

    March Break Assignment

    Working on Schoology Quizzes

    11-15 MARCH BREAK
    18-22 March Break Assignment

    Clear up Mistakes

    Handout Assessment worksheet - due tomorrow


     Balancing Chemical Reactions assessment handout due today

    Describing Acids vs Bases
    - properties, reactions,
    -Quizlet

    Teacher Notes
    What are they (copy and paste note into your notes)?

    Discuss Combustion Lab

    Acetylene gas activity
    Handout

     Acetylene Gas Lab


    Report Format


    Rubric - Marking scheme

    Lab Format Instructions
    Discuss Lab Expectations

    Applications of acids and bases worksheet

    Textbook Reference
    Acids, Bases and pH
    -acid/base naming and formulas
    -Explaining the pH Scale

    BIQ QUIZ (practice) and Review

    Retry Schoology quizzes
    25-29-Lab activities with indicators
    Lab Sheet



    Review of Unit
    BIG QUIZ
    Solutions




    LITERACY TESTUNIT TEST ON CHEMISTRY Unit 2 -  Climate Change and Weather

    The World Breathing

    What is the difference?
    Weather Basics
    Tools for Measuring Weather.

    ALL Climate and Weather questions
    -complete 8 questions per night / MSIP

    Textbook Link climate textbook


    April 2019

    1-5
    Acetylene Lab Report is Due






    8-12
    April 8, 9
    SNC2DI - 06
    Field trip Handout
    FIELD TRIP AT 8:05 AM TO WRIGLEYS

    Alternative to trip

    GET FIELD TRIP FORMS DONE

    April 8, 9
    SNC2DI - 03
    Field trip Handout
    FIELD TRIP AT 11:05 AM TO WRIGLEYS

    Alternative to trip

    GET FIELD TRIP FORMS DONE




    15-19





    22-26





    29-May 3















    Physics - Unit 2
    Light and Optics
    What is light - Note

    Videos - Light is described by its behaviour
    What is light-double slit experiment

    Is light a wave or particle - TED

    Mind melting stuff
    Travelling at the
    speed of light

    More weirdness...
    How do we see light

    Feynman - corpuscle
    Wave Model of light - read pages in textbook and make a note

    EMS - Electromagnetic spectrum
    EMS -nasa lesson

    What is colour - TED
    Additive and Subtractive colour theory - Image
    One Video of many available

    Video - lots of info fast and mind melting
    What is Light? - In a nutshell
    Producing Light
    - Internet / textbook research
    - Crossword

    Define Terms:
    Luminous, nonluminous

    bioluminescence

    triboluminescence

    Fluorescence

    Fluorescence tubes

    LED light

    LCD vs LED

    More on LED LCD Plasma

    Review Sources of Light

    Introduce Ray Model of light

    Define terms: Transparent, Translucent, Opaque, reflection (clear and diffuse), refraction, absorption
    Shadows - Drawing Shadow diagrams

    Shadow - solutions

    Brightest part of a shadow is in the middle
    Law of Reflection

    Types of Mirrors

    Image formation and characteristics

    images in plane mirrors

    Handed back Chemistry Test
    -clear up misconceptions

    Curved Mirrors
    -parts of a curved mirror

    ExploreLearning.com
    Gizmos

    29-2Concave Mirror, Convex mirror ray diagrams
    worksheet -  practice ray diagrams

    ExploreLearning.com
    Gizmos

    Physics Classroom
    Math of curved mirrors (ch 11.1)

     -relationship between heights or distances
    -positive versus negative signs
    -variables in ray diagrams
    hi, ho, di, do

    Magnification
    M = hi/ho = -di/do

    Worksheet
    Check Magnification
    -scientific notation

    The mirror equation
    1/f = 1/di + 1/do

    Practice

    Worksheet
    Complete questions 1-4 for convex
    Complete questions 1-3 for concave
    Work Period:

    hi/ho = -di/do
    and
    1/f = 1/do + 1/di

    Worksheet on concave mirrors AND convex mirrors

    Complete all questions for convex and concave
    Explore learning - Refraction

    Refraction Notes

    Refraction
    index of refraction


    Calculating Index of refraction


    November / April

    5-9Review Refraction

    Calculating speed of light in a medium

    Introducing Snell's Law
    ----------------------------------
    MSIP ASSIGNMENT
    Textbook questions: The Eye and technologies

    Textbook Chapters for Question sheets
    The Eye-Textbook
    and
    Technologies-Textbook

    Snell's Law

    n1sinθ1 = n2sinθ2

    Handout with solutions

    More work with Snell's Law

    Critical angle
     - Snell's Law scenario

    Critical angle, mirages, rainbow
    Total internal reflection
    view at 1min 35 sec
    Colours and total internal reflection

    worksheet - snells law, critical anglesolutions
    Concerns about homework - Snell's law

    Lenses - Note

    Drawing Ray diagrams involving lenses
    Concave / convex

    Physics Classroom
    Lenses - Note

    Drawing Ray diagrams involving lenses
    Concave / convex

    Solutions to ray diagrams
    Page 1
    Page 2
    Page 3
    Page 4
    Mirror and Lens comparison

    Thin Lens Equations with magnification equation
    + / - distances and heights

    Solutions to Worksheet
    Front and Back - Schoology

    Math of Lenses - worksheet #2
    Work on Lens calculations

    Review Topics
    Light --> Technologies
    12-16Video the eye dissection
    The eye dissection

    Check Work


    The Eye and Technologies complete!!


    Review Topics
    Light --> Technologies
    -Drawing Ray diagrams
    -Selecting the correct equation

    ---------------------------------
    Other interesting videos:

    Ted ED The eye and glasses

    TED - Cool video photographing light

    Unit Test PHYSICS - OPTICS

    Watch Video -Math Mystery



    Unit 3 - Systems Biology
    Online Biology Textbook

    Introduction-Note Characteristics of Living things

    What is life? Kurzgesagt
    follow it up with "what are you"
    ----------------------------------
    Viruses - are viruses alive? What is life?

    What is Life?
    origin of life-Neil Degrassi
    Attenborough origin of life
    Brian Cox What is Life?
    PD DAY
    19-23Video - Can science explain life

    Cell theory!
    Cell Organelles and Function

    Cells Alive Website

    Comparing Cells
    Eukaryotic vs Prokaryotic
    Intro and 1.1

    Plant vs animal cell
    pages 10 - 16 and Internet
    Cell Parts - doc

    Cell Parts- pdf
    Review Cell Organelles
    ALL parts both plant and animal

    Complete
    Matching Game
    and
    Matching Game 2

    QUIZLET - Cell Organelles and function
    MITOSIS - NOTES
    The cell cycle
    Interphase vs Mitosis
    Cancer


    Cell Cycle Diagrams

    Look up images of mitosis in google
    Mitosis Activity


    VIDEOS
    The cell Cycle and mitosis (Download to view)

    Mitosis - virtual cell

    Real Mitosis

    Video Mitosis

    Crash Course Mitosis
    Microscope warm up
    Using the microscope
    looking at prepared slides or hair

    OR

    Medical Imaging Technologies for MSIP
    ----------------------------------
    Medical Imaging
    technology, uses and benefits

    Modern Marvels - medical Imaging video

    History of the CAT scan

    MRI how it works

    MRI versus CT scan
    Mitosis Review

    All about Cancer

    - mutation of YOUR cells
    - tumour
    - benign vs malignant
    - metastisize

    Can we live forever - Veritasium

    Complete Cell Cycle worksheet letters G-L

    --------------------------------
    Additional Videos to help explain:
    TED normal cells vs cancer cells

    Videos on Cancer
    -Anatomy of  Cancer?

    -Animated Intro to Cancer Biology

    -Ted Talks - Thinking about CANCER

    Misconceptions of Cancer - Sci show

    (optional) Can we live forever? Neil deGrasse Tyson

    26-30From Weekend Work
    Microscope notes

    Microscope matching
    Microscope Matching 2


    Define Magnification, resolution, contrast

     pages 17-19
    -Contrast - diaphragm
    -Resolution - Lens
    -Magnification calculation
    -Types of Electron Microscopes - page 20

    ---------------------------------
    Wrap up of cancer talk
    XRay
    CAT Scan
    MRI
    PET Scan
    ----------------------------------
    Regeneration Lesson

    Class Note: section 1.3
    -complete questions 1-6

    Videos:
    TED Talks What are stem cells

    Cell Specialization
    Stem cell research

    STUDY QUIZLET CHAPTER 1 TERMS
    ------------------------------
    other videos:
    What are Stem cells

    Super Science: Stem Cells

    Ted Talks Stem Cell Heart Research
    Review how to  use a Microscope, terms and magnification calculation

    -looking at prepared slides:  spirogyra, volvox
     paramecium, sperm

    THE ASSIGNMENT
    Draw 1 large biological drawing of a specimen (spirogyra, paramecium, volvox)
    - title
    - labels (use internet for help)
    - magnification
    - calculate dimensions of specimen
    -add actual image (print out and attach - grayscale)

    Identify 5 cells (1 from each cell cycle stage) from onion root tip or whitefish blastula slides
    -identify stage and magnification

    Calculate the sizes of a sperm cell, a plant cell or an animal cell

    DUE THIS WEEK


    Select microscope images and draw using the rules of biological drawings

    Field of View and calculations

    Using a microscope to identify stages of the cell cycle
    cell diagrams of mitosis

    onion root tip,   close up

    whitefish blastula,  examples

    OR

    Lab on Plant Cell and Animal Cell Mitosis

    ONLINE Activity
    Identifying stages of mitosis

    Have you found mitosis images?
    Have you uploaded microscope activity pdf?
    Stem Cells - Tissues

    Complete section 1.3 questions

    read over additional detailed class Note

    Visit websites for additional information: Animal Tissues and Plant Tissues -

    ----------------------------------

    Complete Mitosis activity

    ONLINE Activity
    Identifying stages of mitosis

    Have you found mitosis images?
    Have you uploaded microscope activity pdf?
    Quiz on Tuesday

    Quiz review (Quizlet Tissues, Practice Quiz)

    -Making notes on major animal and plant organs
    -Skin, Lung, Heart, Organs of Digestion, Root, leaf cross section and flower


    Major Organs of Animals and some notes - 2018

    Major organs of Plants
    -leaf, flower

    Videos
    -leaf
    -flower

    -----------------------------------
    Organs and Organ Systems - summary - read it over!!
    ------------------------------------

    Major Organs of Animals 2017 - Did not use
    -skin, lungs, heart, organs of digestion



    December/May


    MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
    3-7Public Health video
    Public Health more details video

    begin working on
    Public Health Strategies

    - Vaccinations

    Kurzgesagt - Measles

    Magic School bus Vaccine - Spoof

    - Screening
    - Education

    -------------------------------------
    Social and Ethical issues in System Biology

    Social and Ethical issues in System Biology Worksheet
    -Cloning
    -Genetically Modified Foods
    -Reproductive Biology

    Cloning a Human Body
    -Eyes of Nye
    GMO
    -eyes of nye

    Genetic Engineering - Kurzgesagt
    QUIZ ON Chapter 1 and Medical Technologies

    Biological Diagrams due this week


    Working on Public Health Strategies and Social/Ethical Issues in Biology

    ---------------------------------
    More information on
    Public Health Strategies

    Vaccines - Misconceptions

    Vaccinations
    measles outbreak

    How do Vaccines work

    Controversy
    Vaccines - Alternative medicine, Autism Myth

    vaccinations -  vaccine war - 1 hour


    BODY SYSTEMS

    -----------------------------------
    Organs and Organ Systems - summary - read it over!!
    ------------------------------------

    LiveScience
     - Body Organ Systems

    Journey inside the human body

    Video sheet - questions and answers

    OR

    The Incredible Human Machine
    Salutations to Mr Calleya

    Quiz return

    Reflection, Discussion
    10-14Chapter 1 terms quiz - postponed
    ====================
    Discussion about Organ Systems and what to expect on future test

    Discussion about vaccines and other public health strategies
    ------------------------------------
    Should Already have a decent note on the Integumentary System and Skin

    -label a cross section of skin
    -describe the functions of skin
    ------------------------------------
    MSIP
    Crash Course videos
    Integumentary System
    part 1
    part 2

    Simplified Video-skin
    Respiratory Review 
    -from nasal cavity to alveoli
    - diaphragm

    The larynx - sounds
    Larynx movement

    What is Breathing?
    -function of the  respiratory system

    Videos
    -lungs
    ====================
    MSIP
    Crash Course Respiratory system #1+2

    (Alternate Overhead and
     student worksheet on Plant and Animal Organs)
    Parts and function of the circulatory system
    -What are the 8 functions of blood?

    Blood - 4 components

    -Compare arteries, veins, capllaries

    Worksheet
    -Label the Heart

    What's a heart attack?
    (Myocardial Infarction)
    =====================
    MSIP

    online activity
    Label a Heart Diagram

    Videos:
    -Heart - from right side to left side
    -heart

    -Crash Course The Heart part 1
    -Crash Course Blood Vessels part 1


    Six stages of system:
    ingestion, propulsion, mechanical and chemical digestion, absorption,  elimination

    Parts and function of the Digestive System -Read over 10 facts on how digestive system absorbs nutrients

    Compare mechanical vs chemical digestion

    Label parts from mouth to anus and function

    VIDEOS:
    OOZING saliva

    Swallowing barium
    Version 2

    Peristalsis from the inside

    Peristalsis from the outside

    ====================
    MSIP
    Review Videos:
    Crash Course
    Digestive System - part 1
    Organs of digestion - part 2

    Big Bang Theory

    Amoeba Sisters

    Homeostasis
    Organ Systems interacting
    -temperature, sugar, water
    ===============
    MSIP
    VIDEOS:
    Khan Academy Note Homeostasis

    Video:
    Examples of Homeostsis - Insulin, Kidney


    Chapter 2 terms
    17-21Biotechnology and Ethics

    Biology Review

    Topics - know terms and images
    Biology Review
    Topics - know terms and images


    Biology test

    GET READY FOR FROG
    Picture Guide
    -----------------------------

    Alternate Dissection
    Rat / Mouse [Not Doing]

    Link to Lab Handout

    Link to lab procedures

    Link to Image Guide

    Rat Dissection

    Powerpoint Rat Dissection
    (Mr Calleya Returns)

    FROG
    Handouts

    Picture Guide


    Information Guide
    ================
    Paper copy Hand in:
    Student Sheet 1

    Student Sheet 2

    ================
    Websites
    Frog Dissection

    Images for dissection

    Virtual Dissection
    HANDBACK PHYSICS TEST

    Exam Reviews:

    Chemistry

    Biology

    Light and Optics

    January/June


    MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
    7-11
    Biology Test Return
    -----------------------------------

    Exam Reviews:


    Chemistry

    Biology

    Light and Optics

    Exam Breakdown

    Weather = Energy Movement

    The Earth Vegetation Patterns

    Heat Transfer
    Radiation, Conduction, Convection

    - How the air is heated - Convection!!

    The Map of the Earth
    --------------------------------


    Atmosphere
    -Video Atmospheric Circulation

    Impact of global air currents - Video
    Factors that impact weather / climate

    -Sun: Nuclear Reaction
    -Earth: shape, revolution, tilt, rotation
    -Coriolis Effect
    -Global Winds Global air circulation
    -Water, ocean currents
    ------------------------------------

    Coriolis Effect
    Nova Video


    Cimate Change 101

    Characteristics of the atmosphere
    -layers
    -gases

    Greenhouse Model
    versus
    Anthropogenic greenhouse warming (global warming)

    What would happen if all the ice melted

    Bill Nye - What if all the ice melted
    -------------------------------

    MORE INFO LINKS
    -------------------------------
    The Atmosphere Video - National Geographic - Our Atmosphere - 


    14-18
    Climate Change 101 with Bill Nye

    13 Misconceptions about Global Warming

    3 myths of climate change - TED

    ABC News report 2018

    BBC News report 2018
    -----------------------------------
    NOAA website

    Climate.gov
    Bill Nye Climate Change Grief video...Explain the five stages of grief and support your answers with evidence from the video

    Monitoring Climate Change

    Impacts of Climate change

    Climate Models

    climate change fact and fiction the science reality TEDX

    Vocabulary list - Check out Quizlet as well
    NOVA:  Power Surge-Tech solving global warming
    seven slices of solution

    Truth of climate change -article
    Climates from the past
    -ice cores
    -CO2 from the past
    -Ice core secrets
    -How to analyze an ice core
    -University of Maine - how do ice core help with climate study

    Calculate your Enviromental Footprint

    Calculate your Carbon Footprint

    Can we save the planet
    Earth Overhaul - video

    Tedx how can we fix it

    TEDx what can I do????
    Northern Lights Relaxing

    Discussion / Finish all questions

    Wonders of the Northern Lights
    21-25Weather and Climate Change Unit TestSTUDY DAYS

    CHEMISTRY UNIT REVIEW

    Exam Reviews:

    Chemistry

    Biology

    Light and Optics

    Exam Breakdown
    -----------------------------------

     Exam Review #2

    Need More???
    Mr. McIvor's Website for more reviews
    STUDY DAYS

    LIGHT AND OPTICS UNIT REVIEW

    STUDY DAYS

    BIOLOGY AND WEATHER AND CLIMATE UNIT REVIEW



    EXAMS

    -section 2
    period A
    28-1EXAMS
    EXAMS

    -section 07
    period D
    EXAMS
    EXAMSPD DAY



    Chemistry (top)

    Textbook Unit Review | Chemistry Review topics | Solutions to chemistry review

    More worksheets and Notes for review

    OVERALL EXPECTATIONS

    c1. analyse a variety of safety and environmental issues associated with chemical reactions, including
    the ways in which chemical reactions can be applied to address environmental challenges;

    c2. investigate, through inquiry, the characteristics of chemical reactions;

    c3. demonstrate an understanding of the general principles of chemical reactions, and various ways to represent them.

    Chemistry Review

    Lesson

    Interpretation

    Lesson Resources

    Expectations

    1

    Physical and Chemical Properties

    Matter Flowchart

    Periodic Table Review
    Metals, Nonmetals, metalloids
    Bohr Rutherford, Bohr, Lewis Models

    Textbook Section 4.1
    Grade 9 Chemistry Review
    2

    Elements, Compounds, Formula, ions

    Textbook Section 4.2

    C3.1 describe the relationships between chemical formulae, composition, and names of binary compounds (e.g., carbon dioxide, CO2, has two oxygen atoms and one carbon atom)

    Ionic versus Molecular

    3

    4.2 Naming Compounds (simple ionic, simple covalent, simple polyatomic - no transition metals)

    Naming Compounds Package and the corrections (coming soon) HERE THEY ARE


    C3.8 identify simple ionic compounds (e.g., NaCl), simple compounds involving polyatomic ions (e.g., KNO3, NaOH), molecular compounds (e.g., CO2, H2O, NH3), and acids (e.g., HCl(aq), H2SO4(aq)), using the periodic table and a list of the most common polyatomic ions (e.g., OH-, SO4-2), and write the formulae
    4

    4.1 Physical and chemical change (note and lab/demo)


    C3.3 describe the types of evidence that indicate chemical change (e.g., changes in colour, the production of a gas, the formation of a precipitate, the production or absorption of heat, the production of light)
    5

     


    C2.5 plan and conduct an inquiry to identify the evidence of chemical change (e.g., the formation of a gas or precipitate, a change in colour or odour, a change in temperature) [IP, PR, AI]
    6

    4.3 Law conservation mass (note and lab/demo/activity) discuss reactants, and products


    C3.2 explain, using the law of conservation of mass and atomic theory, the rationale for balancing chemical equations C2.4 use an inquiry process to investigate the law of conservation of mass in a chemical reaction (e.g., compare the values before and after the reaction), and account for any discrepancies [PR, AI]
    7

    4.3 Balancing chemical Equations and model kits


    C2.2 construct molecular models to illustrate the structure of molecules in simple chemical reactions (e.g., C + O2 ? CO2; 2H2 + O2 ? 2H2O), and produce diagrams of these models [PR, C]
    8

    Balancing Equations


    C3.4 write word equations and balanced chemical equations for simple chemical reactions (e.g., 2H2 + O2 ? 2H2O)
    9

    6.1 & 6.2 Types of reactions (one day synthesis, combustion, decomposition, one day single and double displacement)


    C2.3 investigate simple chemical reactions, including synthesis, decomposition, and displacement reactions, and represent them using a variety of formats (e.g., molecular models, word equations, balanced chemical equations) [PR, AI, C]
    10

    Types of Chemical Reactions


    C3.5 describe, on the basis of observation, the reactants in and products of a variety of chemical reactions, including synthesis, decomposition, and displacement reactions (e.g., reactions occurring when magnesium burns or in the production of oxygen from hydrogen peroxide; the reaction of iron and copper sulphate; reactions occurring when fossil fuels burn)
    11

    5.1 What is an Acid and Base, identification


    Acids and Bases
    12

    5.1 & 5.2 pH Scale and neutralization


    C3.7 describe how the pH scale is used to classify solutions as acidic, basic, or neutral (e.g., a solution with a pH of 1 is highly acidic; a solution with a pH of 7 is neutral)
    13

     


    C3.6 describe the process of acid-base neutralization (i.e., an acid reacts with a base to form a salt and often water)
    10 pH lab day 1 C2.6 plan and conduct an inquiry to classify some common substances as acidic, basic, or neutral (e.g., use acid-base indicators or pH test strips to classify common household substances) [IP, PR, AI]
    14

    5.2 Environmental Acid Concerns (Acid Rain, Mining)

    Handout
    C1.2 analyse how an understanding of the properties of chemical substances and their reactions can be applied to solve environmental challenges (e.g., renewing the Great Lakes, neutralizing acid spills, scrubbing smokestack emissions) [AI, C]
    15

    Consumer Chemistry


    C1.1 analyse, on the basis of research, various safety and environmental issues associated with chemical reactions and their reactants and/or product(s) (e.g., chemical reactions related to the use of cyanide in gold mining, the corrosion of metal supports on bridges, the use of different antibacterial agents such as chlorine and bromine in recreational pools) [IP, PR, AI, C]
    16

    Review

    Handout

    Solutions

    Other questions to think about
    17

    Test


     

    Powerpoint Presentation

     

    BIOLOGY (top)

    Textbook Unit Review | Biology Review topics | Solutions to biology review

    Chapter 1        Chapter 2        Chapter 3

    Biology: Tissues, Organs, and Systems of Living Things

    OVERALL EXPECTATIONS

    B1. evaluate the importance of medical and other technological developments related to systems
    biology, and analyse their societal and ethical implications;

    B2. investigate cell division, cell specialization, organs, and systems in animals and plants, using
    research and inquiry skills, including various laboratory techniques;

    B3. demonstrate an understanding of the hierarchical organization of cells, from tissues, to organs, to systems in animals and plants.

    Lesson

    Interpretation

    Online Notes

    Expectations

    Intro

    What is Biology? Life?

    Overhead
     
    1

    The Cell and organelles

    Overhead

    Worksheet

    Grade 8 Review

    Great BBC Cell Video - only can be seen at home
    2. The Microscope - parts and lingo

    Worksheet and Note

     
    3

    1.1 Microscope how to use it and look at onion cell

    The letter "e"
    Paper towel
    Onion Cell
    Spirogyra

    B2.3 examine different plant and animal cells (e.g., cheek cells, onion cells) under a microscope or similar instrument, and draw labelled biological diagrams to show how the cells' organelles differ [PR, C]
    3

    A5 Biological diagrams, wet mount, cheek cell

    Rules for Drawing Diagrams
    Using Pond Water to make a Diagram
    Pond Water Organisms

    B2.3 examine different plant and animal cells (e.g., cheek cells, onion cells) under a microscope or similar instrument, and draw labelled biological diagrams to show how the cells' organelles differ [PR, C]
    4

    1.2 Mitosis

    Note
    B3.1 describe the cell cycle in plants and animals, and explain the importance of mitosis for the growth of cells and repair of tissues
    5

    A8 Mitosis Activities - Microviewers or online or microscopes

    Mr Janzen's Website
    B2.2 examine cells under a microscope or similar instrument to identify the various stages of mitosis in plants and animals [PR, AI]
    6

    1.2 Cancer

    Note
    B2.5 investigate the rate of cell division in cancerous and non_cancerous cells, using pictures, videos, or images, and predict the impact of this rate of cell division on an organism [PR, AI] possibility to include B1.2 assess the importance to human health and/or society of medical imaging technologies (e.g., ultrasound, X_rays, computerized axial tomography [CT or CAT] scan, magnetic resonance imaging [MRI], microscopy, biophotonics) used in Canada in diagnosing or treating abnormalities in tissues, organs, and/or systems [AI, C]
    7

    1.3 Cell Specialization and Tissue Types

    Note
    B3.2 explain the importance of cell division and cell specialization in generating new tissues and organs (e.g., the division of stem cells into specialized cells such as muscle cells or nerve cells in humans; the division of meristematic cells to expand and differentiate plant tissue)
    8

    A12 Plant and/or Animal Tissues


    B2.4 investigate, using a microscope or similar instrument, specialized cells in the human body or in plants, focusing on different types of cells (e.g., bone, muscle, leaf, root cells), and draw labelled biological diagrams to show the cells' structural differences [PR, C]
    9

     


    B3.3 explain the links between specialized cells, tissues, organs, and systems in plants and animals (e.g., muscle cells and nerve cells form the tissue found in the heart, which is a component of the circulatory system; granum and thylakoid structures act as solar collectors in the chloroplast to produce carbohydrates for plant growth)
    10

    2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1 Organ Systems - Circulatory and Respiratory

    Notes
    B3.4 explain the primary functions of a variety of systems in animals (e.g., the circulatory system transports materials through the organism; the respiratory system supplies oxygen to and removes carbon dioxide from the body)
    11

     

    Images and Notes -Human Organs

    Images and Notes - Plant Organs
    B3.5 explain the interaction of different systems within an organism (e.g., the respiratory system brings oxygen into the body, and the circulatory system transports the oxygen to cells) and why such interactions are necessary for the organism's survival
    possibility to include B1.2 assess the importance to human health and/or society of medical imaging technologies (e.g., ultrasound, X_rays, computerized axial tomography [CT or CAT] scan, magnetic resonance imaging [MRI], microscopy, biophotonics) used in Canada in diagnosing or treating abnormalities in tissues, organs, and/or systems [AI, C]
    12

    2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1 Digestion System

    Major Organs
    B3.4 explain the primary functions of a variety of systems in animals (e.g., the circulatory system transports materials through the organism; the respiratory system supplies oxygen to and removes carbon dioxide from the body)
    13

     

    Human Organ Systems
    B3.5 explain the interaction of different systems within an organism (e.g., the respiratory system brings oxygen into the body, and the circulatory system transports the oxygen to cells) and why such interactions are necessary for the organism's survival
    possibility to include B1.2 assess the importance to human health and/or society of medical imaging technologies (e.g., ultrasound, X_rays, computerized axial tomography [CT or CAT] scan, magnetic resonance imaging [MRI], microscopy, biophotonics) used in Canada in diagnosing or treating abnormalities in tissues, organs, and/or systems [AI, C]
    14

    Pg. 87, 3.3 Watch the Island

    Movie Sheet
    B1.1 analyse, on the basis of research, ethical issues related to a technological development in the field of systems biology (e.g., cloning, stem-cell research, live organ transplants, transgenic transplants), and communicate their findings [IP, PR, AI, C]
    15

    A18 Virtual Frog, worm, and (plant or grasshopper)

    Dissection Worksheet
    B2.6 investigate, through a laboratory or computer-simulated dissection of a plant, worm, fish, or frog, the interrelationships between organ systems of a plant or an animal (e.g., between the root system and leaf system in a plant; between the digestive system and circulatory system in an animal) [PR, AI]
    16

    3.2 Research (Computer lab, Article, Jigsaw activity, Data Interpretation, Movie) 2 days of research ,1 preparation of poster (science fair type) 2 days presentation,

    Medical Imaging Technology

    Public Health Strategies

    Social and Ethical Issues in Systems Biology

     

    B2.7 use a research process to investigate a disease or abnormality related to tissues, organs, or systems of humans or plants (e.g., heart disease, tobacco mosaic virus, wheat rust) [IP, PR, C] B1.3 describe public health strategies related to systems biology (e.g., cancer screening and prevention programs; vaccines against the human papillomavirus [HPV] and measles, mumps, and rubella [MMR]; AIDS education), and assess their impact on society [AI, C]
    17

    Review


     Virtual Frog Dissection
    Frog Dissection
    Images for dissection
    Discussion...
    Virtual Dissection
    18

    Test


     

     

    PHYSICS: OPTICS (top)

    Textbook Unit Review | Optics Review topics | Solutions to optics review

    Summary Review of Topics   |     BCI Optics review   |     BCI optics review solutions

    OVERALL EXPECTATIONS

    e1. evaluate the effectiveness of technological devices and procedures designed to make use of light,
    and assess their social benefits;

    e2. investigate, through inquiry, the properties of light, and predict its behaviour, particularly with
    respect to reflection in plane and curved mirrors and refraction in converging lenses;

    e3. demonstrate an understanding of various characteristics and properties of light, particularly with
    respect to reflection in mirrors and reflection and refraction in lenses.

    Lesson

    Interpretation

    Online Notes for Class

    Expectations

    1

    10.1 Introduction to light

    What is Light? E3.2 identify and label the visible and invisible regions of the electromagnetic spectrum
    2

     

    Light Info

    Colour

    E3.8 describe properties of light, and use them to explain naturally occurring optical phenomena (e.g., apparent depth, shimmering, a mirage, a rainbow)
    3

    10.2 Introduction to light

    Sources of light E3.1 describe and explain various types of light emissions (e.g., chemiluminescence, bioluminescence, incandescence, fluorescence, phosphorescence, triboluminescence; from an electric discharge or light-emitting diode [LED])
    4

    10.3 Ray Model of Light – Shadow

    Light and Matter  
    5

    11.1 Transmission of light, reflection, images in plane mirrors

    Mirrors

    Normals

    Activity

    E2.2 use an inquiry process to investigate the laws of reflection, using plane and curved mirrors, and draw ray diagrams to summarize their findings [PR, C]E2.3 predict the qualitative characteristics of images formed by plane and curved mirrors (e.g., location, relative distance, orientation, and size in plane mirrors; location, orientation, size, type in curved mirrors), test their predictions through inquiry, and summarize their findings [PR, AI, C]
    6

     

      E3.3 describe, on the basis of observation, the characteristics and positions of images formed by plane and curved mirrors (e.g., location, orientation, size, type), with the aid of ray diagrams and algebraic equations, where appropriate
    7

    11.1 Transmission of light, reflection, images in Curved Mirrors

    Curved Mirrors

    Ray Diagrams

    Mirror Challenge

    E2.2 use an inquiry process to investigate the laws of reflection, using plane and curved mirrors, and draw ray diagrams to summarize their findings [PR, C]E2.3 predict the qualitative characteristics of images formed by plane and curved mirrors (e.g., location, relative distance, orientation, and size in plane mirrors; location, orientation, size, type in curved mirrors), test their predictions through inquiry, and summarize their findings [PR, AI, C]
    8

     

      E3.3 describe, on the basis of observation, the characteristics and positions of images formed by plane and curved mirrors (e.g., location, orientation, size, type), with the aid of ray diagrams and algebraic equations, where appropriate
    9

    Work Period Images

       
    10

    D15 Lab - curved mirror

      E3.3 describe, on the basis of observation, the characteristics and positions of images formed by plane and curved mirrors (e.g., location, orientation, size, type), with the aid of ray diagrams and algebraic equations, where appropriate
    11

    11.2 Refraction

    Make a note

      E3.7 identify the factors, in qualitative and quantitative terms, that affect the refraction of light as it passes from one medium to another
    12

    11.2 Problems Refraction

      E2.6 calculate, using the indices of refraction, the velocity of light as it passes through a variety of media, and explain the angles of refraction with reference to the variations in velocity [PR, C]
    13

    11.2 Total internal reflection

      E3.4 explain the conditions required for partial reflection/refraction and for total internal reflection in lenses, and describe the reflection/refraction using labelled ray diagrams
    14

    D18 Lab - Refraction and Snells

      E2.4 use an inquiry process to investigate the refraction of light as it passes through media of different refractive indices, compile data on their findings, and analyse the data to determine if there is a trend (e.g., the amount by which the angle of refraction changes as the angle of incidence increases varies for media of different refractive indices) [PR, AI, C]
    15

    11.3 Lenses

      E3.5 describe the characteristics and positions of images formed by converging lenses (e.g., orientation, size, type), with the aid of ray diagrams
    16

    11.3 Lens equation

      E2.5 predict, using ray diagrams and algebraic equations, the position and characteristics of an image produced by a converging lens, and test their predictions through inquiry [PR, AI, C]
    17

    D26 Convex Lens Images

      E2.5 predict, using ray diagrams and algebraic equations, the position and characteristics of an image produced by a converging lens, and test their predictions through inquiry [PR, AI, C]
    18

    12.1 Human Perception of Light

      E1.1 analyse a technological device or procedure related to human perception of light (e.g., eyeglasses, contact lenses, infrared or low light vision sensors, laser surgery), and evaluate its effectiveness [AI, C]
    19

    12.2 Optical Instruments

      E1.2 analyse a technological device that uses the properties of light (e.g., microscope, retro-reflector, solar oven, camera), and explain how it has enhanced society [AI, C]
    20

    Review

       
    21

    Test

       

    CLIMATE CHANGE / WEATHER (top)

    Textbook Unit Review | Climate change Review topics | Solutions to Climate Change review

    CLIMATE CHANGE

    OVERALL EXPECTATIONS

    d1. analyse some of the effects of climate change around the world, and assess the effectiveness of
    initiatives that attempt to address the issue of climate change;

    d2. investigate various natural and human factors that influence Earth’s climate and climate change;

    d3. demonstrate an understanding of natural and human factors, including the greenhouse effect,
    that influence Earth’s climate and contribute to climate change.

    HOMEWORK WORKSHEETS

    Lesson

    Interpretation

    Expectations

    1

    7.1 Climate Change Fact or Fiction

    D2.9 compare different perspectives and/or biases evident in discussions of climate change in scientific and non_scientific media (e.g., with reference to knowledge, beliefs, and values) [AI, C]
    2

    8.1 Evidence for Climate Change

    D3.8 identify and describe indicators of global climate change (e.g., changes in: glacial and polar ice, sea levels, wind patterns, global carbon budget assessments) D2.3 analyse different sources of scientific data (e.g., lake cores, tree rings, fossils and preserved organisms, ice cores) for evidence of natural climate change and climate change influenced by human activity [PR, AI, C]
    3

    7.2 The Earth's Natural Greenhouse Effect (paper model - match parts of greenhouse to global system

    D3.3 describe the natural greenhouse effect, explain its importance for life, and distinguish it from the anthropogenic greenhouse effect D2.2 design and build a model to illustrate the natural greenhouse effect, and use the model to explain the anthropogenic greenhouse effect [IP, PR, C]
    4

    8.1 The Greenhouse Gases (d3.7 see web page earthguide)

    D3.4 identify natural phenomena (e.g., plate tectonics, uplift and weathering, solar radiance, cosmic ray cycles) and human activities (e.g., forest fires, deforestation, the burning of fossil fuels, industrial emissions) known to affect climate, and describe the role of both in Canada's contribution to climate change
    5

     

    D3.5 describe the principal sources and sinks, both natural and/or anthropogenic, of greenhouse gases (e.g., carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, halocarbons, water vapour)
    D3.6 describe how different carbon and nitrogen compounds (e.g., carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide) influence the trapping of heat in the atmosphere and hydrosphere
    D3.7 describe, in general terms, the causes and effects of the anthropogenic greenhouse effect, the depletion of stratospheric and tropospheric ozone, and the formation of ground-level ozone and smog
    6

    9.1 CO2 Emissions and carbon cycle

    D2.4 investigate a popular hypothesis on a cause-and-effect relationship having to do with climate change (e.g., the combustion of fossil fuels is responsible for rising global temperatures; the concentration of atmospheric CO2 is responsible for rising global temperatures; global temperatures have been on the increase since the industrial revolution; the severity of cyclones, hurricanes, and tornadoes increases as atmospheric temperatures increase), using simulations and/or time-trend data that model climate profiles (e.g., data from Statistics Canada and Environment Canada) [PR, AI, C]
    7

    7.2 Climate and Weather (global), heat transfer

    D3.1 describe the principal components of Earth's climate system (e.g., the sun, oceans, and atmosphere; the topography and configuration of land masses) and how the system works
    D3.2 describe and explain heat transfer in the hydrosphere and atmosphere and its effects on air and water currents D2.6 investigate, through laboratory inquiry or simulations, how water in its various states influences climate patterns (e.g., water bodies moderate climate, water vapour is a greenhouse gas, ice increases the albedo of Earth's surface) [PR, AI]
    8

    7.2 Global Ocean Circulation

    D2.7 investigate, through research or simulations, the influence of ocean currents on local and global heat transfer and precipitation patterns [PR, AI]
    9

    Computer Simulations (Gizmos)

    D2.5 investigate, through laboratory inquiry or simulations, the effects of heat transfer within the hydrosphere and atmosphere [PR, AI] D2.6 investigate, through laboratory inquiry or simulations, how water in its various states influences climate patterns (e.g., water bodies moderate climate, water vapour is a greenhouse gas, ice increases the albedo of Earth's surface) [PR, AI]D2.7 investigate, through research or simulations, the influence of ocean currents on local and global heat transfer and precipitation patterns [PR, AI]
    10

    7.1 Local Climate

    D2.8 classify the climate of their local region using various tools or systems (e.g., Ecoregions of Canada, bioclimate profiles), and compare their region to other regions in Ontario, Canada, and the world [AI, C]
    D1.2 assess, on the basis of research, the effectiveness of some current individual, regional, national, or international initiatives that address the issue of climate change (e.g., Drive Clean, ENERGY STAR, federal and provincial government rebates for retrofitting older buildings to be more energy efficient, carbon offset programs, community tree-planting programs, municipal recycling programs, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [IPCC]), and propose a further course of action related to one of these initiatives [PR, AI, C]
    11

    8.2, 8.3 Opinion Piece

    D1.1 analyse current and/or potential effects, both positive and negative, of climate change on human activity and natural systems (e.g., loss of habitat for Arctic mammals such as polar bears and loss of traditional lifestyles for Inuit as Arctic ice shrinks; famine as arable land is lost to desertification; an increase in water-borne disease and human resettlement as coastal lands are flooded; expansion of the growing season in some regions) [AI, C]
    12

    Review

     
    13

    Test

     

    General Weather Powerpoint

    Large Project templates and rubrics for SNC 2DI / SNC 2PI

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    SCIENCE ARTICLE

    SCIENCE FAIR POSTER

    Presentation Rubric

    Website Resource for Reputable Magazines

    Final Research Marking Scheme

    CHEMISTRY RESEARCH

    Consumer Chemistry Project Assessment Rubric

    Chemical Reactions Independent Research

    BIOLOGY RESEARCHScience behind medical imaging technologies

    Canadian Research in Systems Biology - Gene therapy, cloning, IVF
    ECOLOGY RESEARCH

    Urban Sprawl Debate

    Biotechnology Negative viewpoints

    Sustainability Project and Rubric

    CLIMATE RESEARCHCanadian Involvement in the fight against climate change

    Evidence of Climate change - data analysis - Stats Canada
    WEATHER PRESENTATION

    Natural Disasters

    My Ideal Vacation the checklist

    Weather Log

    Unique Canadian Weather

    MOTION RESEARCH

    Physics of Sports

    Graph Analysis: Comparing position time, velocity time and acceleration time graphs with non-uniform motion