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Lesson Plan

Science Lesson Plan for Grade 7

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For Autumn (September, October, November)

For September

Grade – 7

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

September

(Life Science) 

Genes to traits
1: Inherited and acquired traits: use evidence to support a statement

Genes to traits
1: Inherited and acquired traits: use evidence to support a statement

2:Genetics vocabulary: genotype and phenotype

Genes to traits
1: Inherited and acquired traits: use evidence to support a statement

2:Genetics vocabulary: genotype and phenotype

3:Genetics vocabulary: dominant and recessive

4:Genetic variation in sexual reproduction

5:Complete and interpret Punnett squares

Genes to traits
1: Inherited and acquired traits: use evidence to support a statement

2:Genetics vocabulary: genotype and phenotype

3:Genetics vocabulary: dominant and recessive

4:Genetic variation in sexual reproduction

5:Complete and interpret Punnett squares

6:Use Punnett squares to calculate ratios of offspring types

7:Use Punnett squares to calculate probabilities of offspring types

8:Genes, proteins, and traits: understanding the genetic code

For October

Grade – 7

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

October

(Life Science)

Adaptations and natural selection

1: How can animal behaviors affect reproductive success? Identify evidence to support a claim

Adaptations and natural selection

1: How can animal behaviors affect reproductive success? Identify evidence to support a claim

2: Introduction to natural selection

Adaptations and natural selection

1:How can animal behaviors affect reproductive success? Identify evidence to support a claim

2:Introduction to natural selection

3:Calculate the percentages of traits in a population

Adaptations and natural selection

1:How can animal behaviors affect reproductive success? Identify evidence to support a claim

2:Introduction to natural selection

3:Calculate the percentages of traits in a population

4:Calculate the averages of traits in a population

5:Construct explanations of natural selection

 

For November

Grade – 7

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

November

Earth Science

Atoms and molecules

1: What are atoms and chemical elements?

Atoms and molecules

1: What are atoms and chemical elements?

2: How are substances represented by chemical formulas and models?

Atoms and molecules

1: What are atoms and chemical elements?

2: How are substances represented by chemical formulas and models?

3:Identify chemical formulas for ball-and-stick models

Atoms and molecules

1: What are atoms and chemical elements?

2: How are substances represented by chemical formulas and models?

3:Identify chemical formulas for ball-and-stick models

4: Describe the atomic composition of molecules

5: Classify elementary substances and compounds using chemical formulas

6: Classify elementary substances and compounds using models

For Spring (December, April,May)

For December

Grade – 7

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

December

Space Science

Plant reproduction & Photosynthesis
1: Angiosperm and conifer life cycles

Plant reproduction & Photosynthesis
1: Angiosperm and conifer life cycles

  • 2:Moss and fern life cycles

Plant reproduction & Photosynthesis
1: Angiosperm and conifer life cycles

2:Moss and fern life cycles

3: do plants use and change energy

Plant reproduction & Photosynthesis
1: Angiosperm and conifer life cycles

2: Moss and fern life cycles

3: Do plants use and change energy

4: Identify the photosynthetic organism

5: Review Exercise

For April

Grade – 7

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

April

(Earth Science)

Earth’s systems &
Ecosystems

1:Describe the geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere

Earth’s systems &
Ecosystems

1:Describe the geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere

2: Describe populations, communities, and ecosystems

Earth’s systems &
Ecosystems

1:Describe the geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere

2: Describe populations, communities, and ecosystems

3:Identify ecosystems

Earth’s systems &
Ecosystems

1:Describe the geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere

2: Describe populations, communities, and ecosystems

3:Identify ecosystems

4:Describe ecosystems

5: Exercise Review

For May

Grade – 7

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

May

(Space Science)

Velocity, acceleration, and forces

1:Calculate velocity from time and distance

Velocity, acceleration, and forces

1:Calculate velocity from time and distance

2:

Calculate distance from velocity and time

Velocity, acceleration, and forces

1:Calculate velocity from time and distance

2:

Calculate distance from velocity and time

3:

Calculate time from velocity and distance

Velocity, acceleration, and forces

1:Calculate velocity from time and distance

2:

Calculate distance from velocity and time

3:

Calculate time from velocity and distance

4:

Calculate velocity, distance, and time I

5:

Calculate velocity, distance, and time II

6:

Identify whether objects are accelerating

For Summer (June,July,August)

For June

Grade – 7

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

June

(Space Science)

Astronomy


1: Analyze models of the Earth-Sun-Moon system

 

Astronomy


1: Analyze models of the Earth-Sun-Moon system

2: Identify phases of the Moon

 

Astronomy


1: Analyze models of the Earth-Sun-Moon system

2: Identify phases of the Moon

3: What causes the seasons on Earth?

 

Astronomy


1: Analyze models of the Earth-Sun-Moon system

2: Identify phases of the Moon

3: What causes the seasons on Earth?

4: Analyze data to compare the properties of planets

5: New! Identify constellations

For July

Grade – 7

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

July

(Space Science)

Kinetic and potential energy

1:

Identify changes in gravitational potential energy

Kinetic and potential energy

1:

Identify changes in gravitational potential energy

2: Use tables and graphs to identify patterns about kinetic energy

Kinetic and potential energy

1:

Identify changes in gravitational potential energy

2: Use tables and graphs to identify patterns about kinetic energy

3:Explore energy transformations: roller coaster ride

Kinetic and potential energy

1:

Identify changes in gravitational potential energy

2:Use tables and graphs to identify patterns about kinetic energy

3:Explore energy transformations: roller coaster ride

4:Explore energy transformations: bike ride

5: Exercise Review

For August

Grade – 7

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

August 

(Earth Science)

Rocks

1:Identify rocks and minerals

Rocks

1:Identify rocks and minerals

2:Introduction to the rock cycle

Rocks

1:Identify rocks and minerals

2:Introduction to the rock cycle

3:Classify rocks as igneous, sedimentary, or metamorphic

Rocks

1:Identify rocks and minerals

2:Introduction to the rock cycle

3:Classify rocks as igneous, sedimentary, or metamorphic

4:How do rock layers form?

5:Label parts of rock cycle diagrams

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