BC Science CONNECTIONS 8 - McGraw-Hill Education Canada

Applying and Innovating: Volcanic Ash Analysis. 166. Evaluating: Mountain Ranges. 167. 4.3 Assessment. 168. Topic 4.4 How do geological features and ...
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BC Science CONNECTIONS 8

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Lionel Sandner Senior Program Consultant Victoria, BC

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Van Chau Delview Secondary School Delta School District #37

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Shelagh Lim Cambridge Elementary Surrey School District #36

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Delyth Morgan Royal Oak Middle School Saanich School District #63

John Munro Rick Hansen Secondary School of Science and Business Abbotsford School District #34 James Stewart J.A. Hutton School Boundary School District #51

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Contents Safety Concepts Science Safety Symbols Safety Observations How Safe Am I?

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Unit 1 Life processes are performed at the cellular level

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Topic 1.2 Where do living things come from? Processing and Analyzing: Cell Theory Communicating: Comparing a Cell to a Virus Evaluating: Are Viruses Alive? 1.2 Assessment

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Topic 1.1 What are the characteristics of living things? Communicating: Living Versus Non-Living Processing and Analyzing: Characteristics of Living Things Evaluating: Interdependent Characteristics Applying and Innovating: Investigating Growth and Development 1.1 Assessment

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Topic 1.5 How does the body protect us from pathogens? Applying and Innovating: The First Line of Defence Evaluating: The Body’s Lines of Defence Questioning and Predicting: Flu Season Applying and Innovating: Epidemic, Outbreak, and Pandemic 1.5 Assessment

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Topic 1.6 What medicines help protect us from microbes that make us sick? Applying and Innovating: Traditional Plant Medicines Communicating: How Vaccines and Antibiotics Work Evaluating: Types of Vaccines Processing and Analyzing: How Effective are Vaccines? 1.6 Assessment

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Unit 1 AT Issue: What is the world’s deadliest animal?

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Topic 1.4 What interactions occur between humans and micro-organisms Applying and Innovating: How Small Are Microbes? Evaluating: Roles of Microbes Communicating: Useful Microbes Processing and Analyzing: Pathogens That Cause Food Poisoning 1.4 Assessment

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Topic 1.3 How are cells different from one another? Communicating: Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells Evaluating: The Function of Cell Structures Applying and Innovating: A Plant Cell is Like a Shopping Mall Planning and Conducting: Rate of Photosynthesis 1.3 Assessment

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Unit 2 The behavior of matter can be explained by the kinetic molecular theory and atomic theory Topic 2.1 How does matter affect your life? Communicating: Identifying Hazardous Household Products Symbols Applying and Innovating: Understanding WHMIS and HHPS Evaluating: Safety Do’s and Don’ts 2.1 Assessment

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Topic 2.2 What are some ways to describe matter? 66 Questioning and Predicting: Creating a Density Tower 68 Processing and Analyzing: Density of Different Objects 69 Planning and Conducting: Identifying Substances Based on Physical Properties 70 71 Applying and Innovating: Physical and Chemical Changes Applying and Innovating: Mixture or Pure Substance? 73 2.2 Assessment 74 78 79 80 81 82 83 84

Topic 2.4 How can we investigate and explain the composition o