In 7th grade science, we will explore many amazing aspects of the world around us. Throughout the year we will investigate and learn about science and laboratory safety, chemistry, cells, microbiology, human anatomy and physiology, genetics, infectious and noninfectious diseases, and ecology.
It is my goal to provide you with a variety of wonderful learning experiences, but you are resonsible for your learning. Please come to class with a sense of curiosity and willingness to give your best effort. Submit assignments on time and complete make up work when you are absent.
ANDERSON 5 CURRICULAR PACING GUIDES
- Science 6 Pacing Guide - 6th Grade
- Science 7 Pacing Guide - 7th Grade
- Science 8 Pacing Guide - 8th Grade
CURRICULAR RESOURCES FOR SCIENCE
- Support Documents for 2014 SC Academic Standards and Performance Indicators
- Sixth Grade
- Seventh Grade
- Eighth Grade
- 2014 Science and Engineering Practices Support Doc
- 2014 SC Academic Standards and Performance Indicators
LABORATORY AND SCIENCE SAFETY PROCEDURES
Respect your teacher and classmates as well as the lab itself.
Remember that science materials are tools, not toys.
Listen to directions and follow them carefully.
If you are confused about the procedure for an experiment, raise your hand and ask for help.
Stay in your seat unless you are directed to do otherwise. If you do have to move around the room,
do so slowly and carefully to avoid spills or accidents.
Don’t taste, touch, or intentionally inhale anything unless you are asked to do so.
Wait until you are given directions to explore.
If needed, wear goggles to protect your eyes.
If you do get something in your eye, rinse with clean water immediately.
Clean up after each activity and dispose of materials properly.
Let your teacher know immediately if you break glass, spill something, or if someone gets hurt.