BC Science BC Science 6–7 Teacher Support Material Teacher’s Resource

BC Science
Grades 6–10
BC Science 6–7
• BC Science 6 Development Team:
Authors: Adrienne Mason, Karen
Charleson, Darcy Dobell, Eric Grace;
Contributing Authors: Karen Walsh,
Tara Shepherd, Judy Gadicke; Senior
Pedagogical Consultant: Sandy
Wohl; Aboriginal Consultants: Karen
Charleson, Dr. E.R. Atleo (Umeek
of Ahousaht), Dr. David Blades,
David Rattray; Consultants: Herb
Johnston, Dr. Doug Roberts, Bruce McAskill (Assessment), Shirley
Choo (Reading), Gloria Gustafson (Literacy), Jennifer Katz
(Differentiated Instruction), Glen Holmes (Technology), Nancy
Josephson (Social Considerations), Elizabeth Sparling (Special
Education), Ken P. Waldman (Health and Safety)
• BC Science 7 Development Team: Authors: Adrienne Mason,
Karen Charleson, Eric Grace, Jacque Martin; Senior Pedagogical
Consultant: Sandy Wohl; Resource Development Consultants:
Herb Johnston, Dr. Doug Roberts • BC Science 6 and 7 Advisory
Panel: Elspeth Anderson, Dr. David Blades, Dr. Allan MacKinnon,
Darren Macmillan, Dr. Jolie Mayer-Smith, Steve Williams, Josie
Wilson, Dr. E.R. Atleo (Umeek of Ahousaht)
• © 2005, Grade 6 • © 2004, Grade 7
These exciting resources developed specifically for
the new curriculum provide solid science process skills
reinforcement, engaging text and visuals, and a wide
choice of easy-to-do hands-on activities to meet the needs
of every learner.
Student Workbook
• These softcover workbooks reinforce student learning
and science literacy while also offering modified
activities, enrichment and extension, additional
vocabulary practice, further practice of science process
skills, support for reading comprehension, and additional
opportunities for assessment and evaluation.
• Specifically developed to address the needs of ESL
students and struggling readers.
Teacher Support Material
Teacher’s Resource
• The Teacher’s Resource package offer planning ideas,
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teaching strategies, troubleshooting hints, classroom
management tips, science background for the nonspecialist teacher, advice on how to handle common
misconceptions, ideas on cross-curricular integration, and
extensive support for assessment and evaluation.
Complete answers for all questions are provided.
Strategies for addressing diverse student needs are
outlined, along with support for struggling readers.
CD-ROMs contain all the content of the print Teacher’s
Resource, plus chapter-specific blackline masters
designed to reinforce or extend student learning, as well
as chapter quizzes and unit tests.
All BLMs, checklists, and rubrics are in both modifiable
Word® versions as well as in Portable Document Format
(PDF) versions.
Computerized Assessment Bank
• Each features approximately 900 questions.
• Questions include True/False, Correction, Matching,
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Multiple Choice, Short Answer, Problem Solving,
Application, and Critical Thinking.
Uses ExamView® Pro software.
www.mcgrawhill.ca/books/bcscience6
www.mcgrawhill.ca/books/bcscience7
• Online Study Quizzes provide immediate feedback to
students.
• Cool Stuff to See and Do (animations, simulations, and
video clips).
BC Science 6-7 Program Features
• Covers 100% of the Prescribed Learning Outcomes
presented in the British Columbia science curriculum.
• Labs and activities featuring inexpensive, easy-to-obtain
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materials are suited to both elementary and middle
school classrooms.
Feature photographs, locations, examples, role models,
and careers specific to British Columbia.
Reading Check features enhance students’ reading
comprehension.
Ask an Elder profiles integrate Aboriginal perspectives
with science content.
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Grade 6 Table of Contents
Grade 7 Table of Contents
Unit 1: Diversity of Life
1 A Closer Look at Living Things
2 Living Things and Their Environment
3 Classifying Living Things
Unit 1: Ecosystems
1 Organisms and Their Environment
2 Cycles in Ecosystems
3 Ecosystems and People
Unit 2: Electricity
4 Electric Charges
5 Electricity at Work
6 Power To You
Unit 2: Chemistry
4 Characteristics and Properties of Matter
5 Classifying Matter
6 Exploring Solutions
Unit 3: Exploring Extreme Environments
7 A Challenge to Explorers
8 Technologies for Unknown Worlds
Unit 3: Earth’s Crust
7 The Composition of Planet Earth
8 Earth’s Moving Crust
9 Earth’s Changing Surface
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BC SCIENCE 6
Student Text
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BC SCIENCE 7
Student Text
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Student Text and Workbook Package
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Student Text and Workbook Package
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Teacher's Resource with CD-ROM
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Teacher's Resource with CD-ROM
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Student Workbook
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Student Workbook
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Package of 10 Student Workbooks
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Package of 10 Student Workbooks
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Computerized Assessment Bank
(Windows® and Macintosh®)
0-07-095903-X or 978-0-07-095903-3 . . . . . . $98.95
Computerized Assessment Bank
(Windows® and Macintosh®)
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Teacher’s Resource
Student Workbook
BC Science 8–10
• Grade 8 Author Team: Lionel Sandner, Edvantage Press;
Jim Milross, Surrey School District #36; Don Lacy, Saanich
School District #63; Joe Martha, Edvantage Press • ©2006
• Grade 9 and 10 Author Team: Lionel Sandner, Edvantage Press;
Glen Fatkin, North Surrey Secondary School, Surrey, BC; Donald
Lacy, Stelly's Secondary School, Saanichton, BC; James Milross,
Fraser Heights Secondary School, Surrey, BC; Karen Naso, David
Thompson Secondary School, Vancouver, BC • © 2007
A brand new British Columbia Science 8-10 program to
support the new Science 8-10 IRP. BC Science 8 provides
current, relevant, and rigorous content that stresses
science process skill development, mastery of knowledge
outcomes, and the connections between science,
technology, society, and the environment. Developed
by McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Edvantage Press, and a team of
experienced reviewers, consultants, and advisory panel
members.
Student Workbook
• These softcover workbooks reinforce student learning
and science literacy while also offering modified
activities, enrichment and extension, additional
vocabulary practice, further practice of science process
skills, support for reading comprehension, and additional
opportunities for assessment and evaluation.
• Specifically developed to further support the needs of
ESL students and struggling readers.
Computerized
Assessment Bank
CD-ROM
Teacher Support Material
Teacher Resources are designed for both the beginning and
experienced Science teacher
Teacher’s Resource
• The Teacher’s Resource packages offer planning ideas,
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•
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teaching strategies, troubleshooting hints, classroom
management tips, science background for the nonspecialist teacher, advice on how to handle common
misconceptions, ideas on cross-curricular integration, and
extensive support for assessment and evaluation.
Complete answers for all questions are provided.
Strategies for addressing diverse student needs are
outlined, along with support for struggling readers.
CD-ROMs contain all the content of the print Teacher’s
Resource, plus chapter-specific blackline masters
designed to reinforce or extend student learning, as well
as chapter quizzes and unit tests.
All BLMs, checklists, and rubrics are in both modifiable
Word® versions as well as in Portable Document Format
(PDF) versions.
Computerized Assessment Bank
BC Science 8-10 Program Features
• Written specifically to the new British Columbia IRP
• Comprehensive Professional Development support to
assist in implementation of the new Science curriculum
• Current and relevant science content designed to
engage a diverse range of learners
• British Columbia content featuring photographs,
references, and researchers
• A variety of motivating hands-on activities
• Student-friendly features throughout the text,
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supporting Multiple Intelligences and students’ different
learning styles, including Foldables™—a proven study
tool providing hands-on/minds on opportunities for
students to organize their learning
High-interest special features, including interdisciplinary
connections and National Geographic “Visualizing
Science,” extend the learning in the text and open
students’ eyes to the wonders of Science
• Features approximately 1200 questions.
• Questions include True/False, Correction, Matching,
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Multiple Choice, Short Answer, Problem Solving,
Application, and Critical Thinking.
Uses ExamView® Pro software.
www.bcscience8.ca
• Free access to all the artwork included in the student
edition to use in your classroom
• Unsurpassed Web-based support for students and
teachers
www.bcscience9.ca
• PDF pages of entire BC Science 9 student text
• Additional worksheets for each section, including:
• Pre-reading strategies
• Post-reading strategies
• Section review questions
• Web links correlated to the student text
• Web activities
• Interactive student study quizzes
• Interactive animations, simulations, video clips, and more
• All art from the student text
www.bcscience10.ca
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Grade 8 Table of Contents
Grade 9 Table of Contents
Grade 10 Table of Contents
Unit 1: Cells and Systems
1 The cell is the basic unit of life.
2 The life systems of the human body
work independently and together.
3 The immune system protects the
human body.
Unit 1: Atoms, Elements, and
Compounds
1 Observing matter has led to the
development of atomic theory.
2 Elements are the building blocks of
matter.
3 Elements combine to form
compounds.
Unit 1: Sustaining Earth's Ecosystems
1 The biosphere is organized into
biomes and ecosystems.
2 Energy flow and biogeochemical
cycles support life in ecosystems.
3 Ecosystems continually change over
time.
Unit 2: Optics
4 Many properties of light can be
understood using ideas about waves.
5 Optical systems make use of mirrors
and lenses.
6 Human vision can be corrected and
extended using optical systems.
Unit 3: Fluids and Dynamics
7 Kinetic molecular theory explains the
characteristics of solids, liquids, and
gases.
8 Forces applied to fluids can change
their characteristics.
9 There are both natural and
constructed fluid systems.
Unit 4: Water Systems on Earth
10 The water cycle plays a vital role on
Earth.
11 The oceans control the water cycle.
12 Changes in water quality and
quantity can harm living things.
Science Skills Guide
Glossary
Unit 2: Reproduction
4 The nucleus controls the functions of
life.
5 Mitosis is the basis of asexual
reproduction.
6 Meiosis is the basis of sexual
reproduction.
Unit 3: Characteristics of Electricity
7 Static charge is produced by electron
transfer.
8 Ohm's law defines the relationship of
current, voltage, and resistance.
9 Circuits are designed to control the
transfer of electric energy.
Unit 2: Chemical Reactions and
Radioactivity
4 Atomic theory explains isotopes and
the formation of compounds.
5 Substances can be classified in
different ways.
6 Chemical reactions occur in
predictable ways.
7 Radioactivity is explained by modern
atomic theory.
Unit 3: Motion
8 Average velocity is the rate of change
in position.
9 Average acceleration is the rate of
change in velocity.
Unit 4: Space Exploration
10 Scientific evidence suggests that the
universe formed about 13.7 billion
years ago.
11 Unimaginably vast distances separate
the components of the universe.
12 Human understanding of Earth and
the universe continues to increase
through observation and exploration.
Unit 4: Energy Transfer in Natural
Systems
10 The kinetic molecular theory explains
the transfer of thermal energy.
11 Climate change occurs by natural and
human processes.
12 Thermal energy transfer drives plate
tectonics.
BC SCIENCE 8
Student Text
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BC SCIENCE 9
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BC SCIENCE 10
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Computerized Assessment Bank
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Exam Preparation Booklet
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