Instructions:
dfdsfdfddscx cx page should include three questions per paragraph. Make a 2 column table. The left column should be the questions...do NOT answer the questions. See the example I've made for 1.1 Introduction . Each page should include the following items:
  • Unit title, Chapter title, Section title and subsection title (brown writing) and page # of the subsection at the top left.
  • 3 questions per paragraph.
  • Each question must be in their own row and in the left column.
  • Skip a row between each question.
  • Yes, you can put in images and videos.

  1. First name = title/headings and Q's. Due Nov 9th.
  2. 2nd name a paragraph in your own words explain the section. If the first person has not completed their job then you need to fix it for them. Due Nov 20th.
  3. 3rd name answer the Q's. Also, if the 1st two students did not do their their jobs then you need to complete it for them. Due Nov 22nd.

If you do not see your name three times, please let me know.

Unit 1 Cells and Systems

Chapter 1 The cell is the basic unit of life.

1.1 Observing Living Things
1.2 Cells
1.3 Diffusion, Osmosis, and the Cell Membrane

Chapter 2 Human body systems work independently and together.

2.1 Body Systems
2.2 The Digestive and Excretory Systems
2.3 The Circulatory and Respiratory Systems

Chapter 3 The immune system protects the human body.

3.1 The Immune System
3.2 Factors Affecting the Immune System

Unit 2 Optics

Chapter 4 Many properties of light can be understood using a wave model of light.

4.1 Properties of Waves
4.2 Properties of Visible Light
4.3 Light and the Electromagnetic Spectrum

Chapter 5 Optical systems make use of mirrors and lenses.

5.1 The Ray Model of Light
5.2 Using Mirrors to Form Images
5.3 Using Lenses to Form Images

Chapter 6 Human vision can be corrected and extended using optical systems.

6.1 Human Vision
  • Introduction
  • How Light Enters the Eye
  • The Cornea-Lens-Retina System
  • Blind Spot
  • Black-and-White Vision and Colour Vision
  • Correcting Focus Problems
  • Blindness
  • Other Types of Blindness
6.2 Extending Human Vision
  • Introduction
  • How to Bring and Image into Focus
  • Microscopes
  • Telescopes
  • Binoculars
  • Cameras
  • Cameras Have Similarities to Human Eyes
  • Lasers
  • Laser Surgery
  • Optical Fibres

Unit 3 Fluids and Dynamics

Chapter 7 Kinetic molecular theory explains the characteristics of solids, liquids, and gases.

7.1 States of Matter
  • Introduction
  • The Particle Model of Matter
  • The Kinetic Molecular Theory
  • Thermal Expansion and Contraction
  • The Difference Between Heat and Temperature
  • Changes of State
7.2 Fluids and Density
  • Introduction
  • Solid, Liquid, and Gas Density
  • Layers of Fluids
  • Measuring Density
  • Displacement
  • Calculating Density

Chapter 8 Fluids are affected by forces, pressure and heat.

8.1 Forces
  • Introduction
  • Types of Forces
  • Measuring Mass
  • Weight Depends on Gravity
  • The Newton
  • Measuring Force
  • Forces and Motion
8.2 Pressure
  • Introduction
  • Gases are Compressible
  • Pressure and Kinetic Activity in Gases
  • Liquids and Solids Are Very Difficult to Compress
  • Compression and Deformation
  • Comparing Pressure
  • Calculating Pressure
8.3 Viscosity, Adhesion, and Cohesion
  • Introduction
  • The Effect of Temperature on Viscosity
  • Adhesion and Cohesion

Chapter 9 There are both natural and constructed fluid systems.

9.1 Fluids Under Pressure
  • Introduction
  • Atmospheric Pressure
  • Pressure Differences
  • Liquid Pressure
  • Buoyancy
  • Rising and Sinking
9.2 Constructed Fluid Systems
  • Introduction
  • Fluids at Rest
  • Fluids in Motion
  • Hydraulic Systems
  • Hydraulic Fluid Transportation
  • Valves
  • Hydraulic Multiplication
  • Problems in Hydraulic Systems
  • Pneumatic Systems
  • Problems in Pneumatic Systems
9.3 Natural Fluid Systems
  • Introduction
  • Fluid Systems in Humans
  • The Circulatory System
  • Blood Pressure
  • Disorders of Blood Circulation
  • The Respiratory System
  • Disorders of Breathing

Unit 4 Water Systems on Earth

Chapter 10 The water cycle plays a vital role on Earth.

10.1 Distribution of Water
  • Introduction
  • The Water Cycle
10.2 How Ocean Water Differs from Fresh Water
  • Introduction
  • Composition of Salt Water
  • Density of Salt Water
  • Freezing Point of Salt Water
10.3 Sources of Fresh Water
  • Introduction
  • Factors Affecting Run-off
  • Drainage Basins
  • Ground Water
  • Glaciers
10.4 Water's Effect on Shaping Earth's Surface
  • Introduction
  • Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition
  • Weathering by Water and Ice
  • Erosion by Water and Ice
  • Deposition by Water and Ice

Chapter 11 Oceans control the water cycle.

11.1 Ocean Basins
  • Introduction
  • The Origin of Ocean Water
  • Features of the Ocean Floor
11.2 Ocean Currents
  • Introduction
  • What Makes Surface Currents Move?
  • What Makes Deep Currents Move?
  • Ocean Waves and Their Effect on Shaping Land
  • Tides
11.3 Oceans and Climate
  • Introduction
  • How Ocean Affect Weather
  • The Moderating Effect of Oceans on Climate

Chapter 12 Changes in water quantity and quality can affect living things.

12.1 Freshwater Environments
  • Introduction
  • Life in Lakes and Ponds
  • Life in Wetlands
  • Life in Rivers and Streams
  • Life in Estuaries
12.2 Saltwater Environments
  • Introduction
  • Saltwater Life Forms
12.3 Water Quality and Its Effects on Living Things
  • Introduction
  • Sources of Water Pollution
  • The Effects on Water Pollution