Gr. 6: Aerodynamics

Gr. 6: Aerodynamics

Here is the presentation on Aerodynamics, or air in motion, and Bernoulli’s Principle. Below is the video from the presentation on Bernoulli’s Principle and low air pressure experiments.  

Gr. 7: The Particle Theory of Matter

Gr. 7: The Particle Theory of Matter

Here is the presentation we went over together on the Particle Theory. You can refer back to it when completing future at home labs.   Visit the following website (https://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=particle-theory) and complete the quick quiz on the Particle Theory.   Dissolving Rates Here are the links to the at home labs for this unit   Marks are based on the Scientific Method in this Lab Rubric Lab # 1 – Matter – Due March 31, 2020 Lab # 2 –…

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Gr. 6: The 4 Forces of Flight

Gr. 6: The 4 Forces of Flight

Please find the two docs that we reviewed in class below. These can also be found in the grade 6 weekly schedule in the science section. Good luck, and a reminder that your parachute build and questions are due for Monday March 30th before class begins. 4 Forces of Flight – Part 1 https://docs.google.com/document/d/15_WPv5Gb_aCGgyrXBNxNyxQxmPO7LjI26c1Ew3Mw70k/edit#   4 Forces of Flight – Part 2 https://docs.google.com/document/d/15_WPv5Gb_aCGgyrXBNxNyxQxmPO7LjI26c1Ew3Mw70k/edit?usp=sharing

Gr. 8: Unicellular Organisms

Gr. 8: Unicellular Organisms

Unicellular vs. Multicellular Organism videos Unicellular Organisms Defined: Unicellular organisms are composed of a single cell, unlike multicellular organisms that are made of many cells. This means that they each live and carry out all of their life processes as one single cell. Most unicellular organisms are microscopic; Also called microorganisms or microbes since they are only visible under a microscope. The single cell is responsible for feeding, digestion, excretion and reproduction. Some microorganisms make us sick, but without the…

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Gr. 8: Osmosis

Gr. 8: Osmosis

Hello grade 8, please watch the video below and then answer the questions at the bottom of the post in a google doc. Share your doc with me j.ray@theojcs.ca and have your answers with you when we meet during Monday’s live session. I hope everyone is doing well, and there is no baby update except that our bags are packed and ready at any point! I realized that the screen went black on the last slide of the screencast. Here…

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Gr. 6: The Properties of Air

Gr. 6: The Properties of Air

Hello grade 6, please watch the video below and then answer the questions at the bottom of the post in a google doc. Please share your doc with me j.ray@theojcs.ca and have your answers with you when we meet during Monday’s live session. I hope everyone is doing well, and there is no baby update except that our bags are packed and ready at any point! My apologies for the sound level in the video, you may need to watch…

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Gr. 7: Solutions vs. Mechanical Mixtures

Gr. 7: Solutions vs. Mechanical Mixtures

Please watch the two videos below and then answer the questions at the bottom of the post in a google doc. Please share your doc with me j.ray@theojcs.ca and have your answers with you when we meet during Monday’s live session. I hope everyone is doing well, and there is no baby update except that our bags are packed and ready at any point!   Before you answer the following questions, please create a folder in your google drive called…

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Innovation Day 2020

Innovation Day 2020

Congratulations to the middle school students for successfully accomplishing their projects this year! I heard so many positive and amazing comments from parents, teachers, and this year’s judges. They were impressed with the level of research, the creative engineering, and imaginative presentations that YOU designed and created. Outstanding effort, I am very proud of the work you put into those projects! Here are the results from Innovation Day judging as well as the video we saw as part of the…

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