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Sciences Grades 7-12

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Social Studies

PBS LearningMedia: A series of readings, documents, videos, and learning games about a variety of topics.

• Read an article, do a learning activity, or watch a video and write one paragraph that explains something new that you learned.

Project phenomena or Project Phenomena for NGSS - make a claim about a phenomena, investigate the phenomena and find evidence that supports your claim, then provide the reasoning why the evidence supports the claim.

• Make a Claim: Think/Write before you investigate the phenomenon.

• Make a Claim about what you think is happening during the Phenomenon.

• Provide Evidence: During and After you investigate the phenomenon.

• During your research, find Evidence to support your Claim about the phenomenon.

• Find examples of evidence to support your ideas about what is happening with phenomenon.

• Share your Reasoning:

• Provide your Reasoning for why you linked your Claim about the phenomenon to the Evidence you shared.

• Explain or Describe what you think is happening. Include your examples of evidence to support your explanation or description.

• Connections:

• Give an example of how the phenomenon could connect, impact, matter, or relate to your life experiences in the past, present, or future.

• Kitchen Science Lab: find a new recipe and with adult supervision make it. Write about what surprised you, was it harder or easier than you thought? Would you make it again? Would you be able to create a new recipe that is better?  Explain.

• Nature walk: document and identify plants, trees, and animals in your local area. Be sure to note differences in growth, color, budding, and offspring over time. Optional: Do you know their history in the local area, state, or in our nation? Can you find out their scientific or economic impact in our area? Compare and contrast two or more areas, like a neighborhood, city park, or natural area

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Bozeman Science

Flipping Physics

Brilliant

All About Circuits

PHET

Science Snacks

Google Earth Voyager: A set of digital field trips from around the world.

Smithsonian Museum of American History: Choose from a large variety of exhibits currently on display at the actual museum and some online exhibits that curators have archived.

• Nova—Explore North America: Explore the geological history of North America by visiting sites all over the continent.

Museo Galileo: Travel to Florence, Italy to visit the Galileo Museum and learn about the life and times of this great scientist. Visit the rooms of the museum and view short videos (in English) about the scientific revolution and Galileo’s discoveries.

Dallas Museum of Art: Travel to Dallas, Texas and view more than 25,000 works of art from all cultures and time periods spanning 5,000 years of human creativity.

PORTS (Parks Online Resources for Teachers and Students): Students learning from home will be able to access our precious natural resources and cultural heritage from the comfort of their own home.  Space is limited, so sign up today!

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