7th Grade Science - Team 7-2
Welcome to Team 7-1 Science! My name is Mrs. Ungeheier this is my 3rd year in the district and my 1st year at Hillcrest. I am very excited to be joining the Hillcrest team. In addition to hands-on lab practices, this year students will be challenged to work with chromebooks on Canvas.
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Class Syllabus: click here
Lesson plans & Assignments
All assignments and lessons are found on CANVAS. They are grouped by week and available in the Modules.
Materials needed: (Students will record observations, draw sketches, and take notes while working.
- a composition/spiral notebook
- a pencil and pencil sharpener
Other recommended materials for in class:
- tape or glue stick
- colored pencils, markers
- 3x5 note cards for making flash cards
Classwork website link:
CANVAS - Used by all students to access assignments, Discovery Education, and notes. Parents can become an observer using the instructions below.
Canvas Observer Instructions - click here Student Pairing Code Instructions - click here
Arizona 7th Grade Science Standards
Collect and analyze data demonstrating how electromagnetic forces can be attractive or repulsive and can vary in strength.
Develop and use a model to predict how forces act on objects at a distance.
Plan and carry out an investigation that can support an evidence-based explanation of how objects on Earth are affected by gravitational force.
Use non-algebraic mathematics and computational thinking to explain Newton’s laws of motion.
Construct a model that shows the cycling of matter and flow of energy in the atmosphere, hydrosphere, and geosphere.
Construct a model to explain how the distribution of fossils and rocks, continental shapes, and seafloor structures provides evidence of the past plate motions.
Analyze and interpret data to construct an explanation for how advances in technology has improved weather prediction.
Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to provide evidence that all living things are made of cells, cells come from existing cells, and cells are the basic structural and functional unit of all living things.
Construct an explanation to demonstrate the relationship between major cell structures and cell functions (plant and animal).
Develop and use a model to explain how cells, tissues, and organ systems maintain life (animals).
7.L1U1.11 Explain how organisms maintain internal stability and evaluate the effect of the external factors on organisms’ internal stability. 7.L2U1.12 Construct an explanation for how some plant cells convert light energy into food energy.
English Language Learner Standards: Speaking and Listening
Strand 1: LI -6
- following multi-step instructions/ directions, procedures and processes which contain specific academic content vocabulary
Strand 1: LI -8
- responding to questions and statements in an academic discussion by using key vocabulary in complete sentences.
Strand 1: B-9
- determining main ideas and supporting details from content area presentations
Strand 2: B-6
- making predictions about academic content using complete sentences.