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Science 8-10

Science 9
Building on laboratory skills and the methods of scientific inquiry introduced in Science 8, students discover some of the more basic principles of atomic theory, the flow of electrons, reproduction, and the cycling of matter and energy in nature, through experimentation and class activities. Inquiries in science provide specific opportunities for students to learn by questioning and predicting, planning and conducting, processing and analyzing data, evaluating, and by communicating.

Science 10
This course continues to introduce and use the methods and applications of science. Science 10 is designed to provide opportunities for students to develop scientific knowledge,
skills, and attitudes that will be relevant in their everyday lives and their future careers. Areas of study include; genetics in the determination of the diversity of life, changes associated with
chemical processes, energy transformations, and the formation of the universe.