# Deborah Gaff

7th Grade Science
83 Lessons
Hauser Jr-sr High School
Hope, IN
Student Environment:
Rural
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## 7th Grade Science

(12 Units, 83 Lessons)

#### 1. Rainbow Measurement

Big Idea: Students are scientists who collect quantitative and qualitative data, keep accurate records and evaluate possible causes for differing results.
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#### 2. Liquid Tower Density

Big Idea: We will explore an important concept of density - how space between atoms decreases when density increases.
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#### 3. Float, Suspend, Sink

Big Idea: The size of the object, or volume, is only one part of the density equation. Changing mass alone can change the density.
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#### 4. Density of Water

Big Idea: Understanding that a centimeter cube will displace one milliliter of water builds the foundation to understand how the volume of an object can be determined by the displacement of water.
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#### 5. Raisins and Popcorn Kernels

Big Idea: The weight of the object, or mass, is only one part of the density equation. Changing volume can change the density.
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#### 6. Density of Irregular Objects Day 1: Developing Procedures

Big Idea: Apply what we have learned so far about density, mass, volume and displacement to create and communicate instructions for a new lab.
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#### 7. Density of Irregular Objects Day 2: Communicating our Procedures

Big Idea: Scientists are writers too. Scientists communicate to one another scientific and/or technical information (e.g. about a proposed object, tool, process, system) in writing and/or through oral presentations.
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