Science 6 Course

Course Description

Science 6 is the first building block course in the development of a student's understanding of the basics of the natural sciences (Physical Science, Life Science, Earth and Space Science). The first half of Science 6 covers basic physical science concepts, such as: the atom, matter, energy, pressure, motion, forces, conduction, and convection. The second half of the course is predominantly the Earth science concepts of: Earth's spheres and zones, the water cycle, weather, rocks and minerals, and wind and water. The final two modules of the course provide the student with a brief introduction to life science concepts, which is the focus of Science 7.