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Lesson Plans: 7th Grade Physical Science Full Year

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This is the 7th Grade full year lesson plan in Physical Science, which has 104 lessons. At such a low price you will pay less than one dollar per plan and your lesson preparation problems are over for the rest of the year. A list of the topics follows:

Unit 1 Motion and Forces

Lesson 1: Position and Motion 5
Lesson 2: Speed and Veclocity 7
Lesson 3: What do you measure to calculate speed? 9
Lesson 4: Acceleration 11
Lesson 5: Calculate Average Speed from a Graph 13
Lesson 6: Gravity and Friction 15
Lesson 7: Newton’s First Law 17
Lesson 8: How can you model Newton’s first law of motion? 19
Lesson 9: Newton’s Second Law 21
Lesson 10: How does a change in mass or force affect acceleration? 23
Lesson 11: Newton’s Third Law 25
Lesson 12: Modeling Newton’s Laws of Motion---Lab 2 class periods 27
Lesson 13: Work and Power 29
Lesson 14: Using Machines 31
Lesson 15: How does mechanical advantage affect a machine? 33
Lesson 16: Simple Machines 35
Lesson 17: Comparing two Simple Machines 37
Lesson 18: Pressure and Density of Fluids 38
Lesson 19: The Buoyant Force 40
Lesson 20: Do heavier objects always sink and lighter objects always float? 42
Lesson 21: Other Effects of Fluid Forces 43
Lesson 22: Design a Cargo Ship 45

Unit 2 Energy and Matter

Lesson 23: Forms of Energy 47
Lesson 24: Energy Transformation 49
Lesson 25: Can you identify energy transformation? 51
Lesson 26: Energy Resources 52
Lesson 27: Pinwheel Power 54
Lesson 28: Thermal Energy, Temperature, and Heat 56
Lesson 29: How do different materials affect thermal energy transfer? 58
Lesson 30: Thermal Energy Transfers 60
Lesson 31: Using Thermal Energy 62
Lesson 32: Designing an Insulated Container (Lab—3 class periods) 64
Lesson 33: Classifying Matter 66
Lesson 34: Physical Properties 68
Lesson 35: How can following a procedure help you solve a crime? 70
Lesson 36: Physical Changes 72
Lesson 37: How can known substances help you identify unknown substances? 74
Lesson 38: Chemical Properties and Changes 76
Lesson 39: Design an Experiment to Solve a Crime. (1-2 Class Period) 78
Lesson 40: Solids, liquids, and Gases 80
Lesson 41: Changes in State 82
Lesson 42: How does dissolving substances in water change its freezing point? 84
Lesson 43: The Behavior of Gases 86
Lesson 44: Design an Experiment to Collect Data (Lab—1-2 Periods) 89

Unit 3 Properties of Matter

Lesson 45: Discovering Parts of an Atom 91
Lesson 46: Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons—How they differ 93
Lesson 48: Using the Periodic Table 97
Lesson 49: How is the periodic table arranged? 98
Lesson 50: Metals 99
Lesson 51: Nonmetals and Metalloids 101
Lesson 52: Alien Insect Periodic Table 103
Lesson 53: Electrons and Energy Levels 105
Lesson 54: Compounds, Chemical formula, and Covalent Bonds 107
Lesson 55: How can you model compounds? 109
Lesson 56: Ionic and Metallic Bonds 110
Lesson 57: Ions in Solutions 111

Unit 4 Interactions of Matter

Lesson 58: Understanding Chemical Reactions 113
Lesson 59: What can you learn from an experiment? 115
Lesson 60: Types of Chemical Reaction 117
Lesson 61: Energy Changes and Chemical Reactions 119
Lesson 62: Design an Experiment to Test Advertising Claims 121
Lesson 63: Substances and Mixtures 123
Lesson 64: Properties of Solutions 125
Lesson 65: How does a solute affect the conductivity of a solution? 127
Lesson 66: Acids and Base Solutions 129
Lesson 67: Can the pH of a solution be changed? 131
Lesson 68: Elemental Carbon and Simple Organic Compounds. 133
Lesson 69: Other Organic Compounds 135
Lesson 70: How do you test for vitamin C? 137
Lesson 71: Compounds of Life 138
Lesson 72: Testing for Carbon Compounds 140

Unit 5 Waves, Electricity, and Magnetism

Lesson 73: What are waves? 142
Lesson 74: Wave Properties 144
Lesson 75: How are the properties of waves related? 146
Lesson 76: Wave Interactions 147
Lesson 77: Measuring Wave Speed 149
Lesson 78: Producing and Detecting Sound 151
Lesson 79: Properties of Sound Waves 153
Lesson 80: How can you use wind instrument to play music? 155
Lesson 81: Using Sound Waves 156
Lesson 82: Make your own musical instrument 158
Lesson 84: The Electromagnetic Spectrum 161
Lesson 85: What’s at the edge of a rainbow? 163
Lesson 86: Using Electromagnetic Waves 165
Lesson 87: Design an Exhibit for a Science Museum 167
Lesson 88: Light, Matter, and Color 169
Lesson 89: Reflection and Mirrors 171
Lesson 90: How can you demonstrate the law of reflection? 173
Lesson 91: Refraction and Lenses 175
Lesson 92: How does a lens affect light? 177
Lesson 93: Optical Technology 179
Lesson 94: Design an Optical Illusion 181
Lesson 95: Electric Charge and Electric Forces 183
Lesson 96: Electric Current and Simple Circuits 185
Lesson 97: What effect does voltage have on a circuit? 187
Lesson 98: Describing Circuits 189
Lesson 99: Design an Elevator 191
Lesson 100: Magnets and Magnetic Fields 192
Lesson 101: Making Magnets with an Electric Current 194
Lesson 102: How can you measure an Electric Current? 196
Lesson 103: Making Electric Current with Magnets 198
Lesson 104: Designed a Wind-Powered Generator 200

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