Science 10 is the first high school-level science course. Successful completion of this course (≥ 50%) will give you one science-credit towards your graduation requirements and it opens up an amazing selection of Grade 11 science courses!
There are three units in this course:
- Chemical Reactions
- How do we know a chemical reaction is occuring?
- How can we represent and communicate chemical change?
- What influences the rate of chemical change?
- Climate and Ecosystem Dynamics
- How do human populations impact ecosystems?
- What is climate and how does it affect us (and vice versa)?
- Why is biodiversity important?
- How do relationships between living beings affect them?
- How do biogeochemical cycles support living beings (and vice versa)?
- Force and Motion in Our World
- What does it mean if an object is traveling with uniform speed and how do we show that?
- How can we represent change in speed (acceleration)?
- How is motion connected to force?
- Teacher: Aryssa Chorney