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Middle School Science Courses

General Science
Suggested Age

11-13

 

Prerequisite

Middle School Math or equivalent

 

Purpose

The goal of this lab is to develop curiosity about God’s design of people and matter. This course is designed for middle school students as the first formal introduction into the scientific method, variables in experiments, simple machines, geology, fossils, and the human body systems. Labs will include a teaching lecture over reading material and many hands-on experiments with partners. Students will take notes in a lab manual and in class quizzes. Mid-term and final exams are given in lab. Science Project Required

 

Curriculum/Materials
Physical Science
Suggested Age

13-14

 

Prerequisites

Pre-algebra

 

Purpose

The goal of this lab is to inspire students to pursue learning about God’s order. A middle school course designed to be taken before Biology 1, Physical Science is an overview of earth science and physics. This lively course covers atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, weather, Newton’s laws and simple physics, forces in creation, sound, light, and astrophysics. Many hands-on experiments demonstrate the topics covered. Lab time is a teaching lecture/experiment format. Assignments and tests will be completed at home. Quizzes, Mid-term, and Final exams are given in lab. Science Project: Required

 

Curriculum/Materials

 

Wildlife Science
Suggested Age

12-17

 

Prerequisites

Middle School Math

English 1

 

Purpose

This class is designed for mature 12-17 year-olds who are interested in hands-on learning both in a lab and outdoor setting.  Students should be good readers, capable of taking field notes, and familiar with graphing data.  Topics will include ecoregions of Texas, aquatic ecosystems, water quality and conservation, terrestrial ecosystems, land management and wildlife conservation, and Texas plants, fish, amphibians, birds, mammals, and invertebrates.  The class will include outdoor activities and field excursions, including at least one major outing each semester.  Students wishing to earn high school credit will complete a major project.  Contents correspond to TEA classes including Aquatic Science, Environmental Systems, and Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology Management.

Curriculum/Materials
  • Digital camera or phone with good camera app

  • Lab manual is provided with registration

  • Textbooks online, with additions to be determined

 
 
 

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