Life Science MS

Life Science MS



This course introduces eighth grade students to an integrated approach to physical, environmental, and life sciences. Students will study science concepts and problem solving while exploring a wide variety of aspects of the living and non-living world of science around them. Students will investigate important topics in histology (cells), heredity, the biology of living organisms, and finally, an introduction to meteorology. Students will be given the chance to identify cells and cell compounds, and describe the cell in its environment. Students will examine different types of meteorological processes that occur on Earth. The remainder of Science 8 Part 2 is comprised of topics involving geology, astronomy, and physics. Learners will examine different types of geological processes throughout Earth’s history. Students will analyze the formation and composition of various planets and celestial bodies. Finally, students will examine categories of motion, forces, and energy. Prerequisites: None