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```							                                               SEMESTER 8th Grade Science Pacing Guide                                                            Revised for 2010-11

® Standard is revisited                 Eighth Grade Standard covered on Tenth Grade Science CST                     (Second Semester)
Text
Week         Topic                                     CA Standards                                                FOSS Investigation
Holt 2007
8.9.a Plan and conduct a scientific investigation to test a hypothesis.     FOSS: Variables Kit                               Scientific Method:
8.9.b Evaluate the accuracy and reproducibility of data.                    Investigation 1: Swingers (P. 1-32)               P. 8-11,14-20
8.9.c Distinguish between variable and controlled parameters in a test.     Students experiment with variables that do and    Safety: P. 22-27
1
do not affect the behavior of pendulums. They     Tools &
(20)                      8.9.d. Recognize the slope of the linear graph as the constant in the
Safety,
graph their results and use their graphs to       Measurement:
relationship y = kx and apply this principle in interpreting graphs
Scientific                                                                                predict the behavior of additional pendulums.     P. 42-45
constructed from data.
Investigation                                                                                 Part 1 – Exploring Swingers                     Data Tables: P. 50
8.9.e Construct appropriate graphs from data and develop quantitative          Invst. 1 - Pages 8-15
Data in             statements about the relationships between variables.                                                                   Variables: P. 51
Science
Part 2 – Testing Variables
8.9.g Distinguish between linear and nonlinear relationships on a graph        Invst. 1 - Pages 6-22                          Graphing :
2                               of data.                                                                                                              P. 52-55
Part 3 – Predicting Swingers
(21)                                                                                                     Invst. 1 - Pages 23-27                         Accuracy &
Reproducibility of
data: P. 57
8.8.a Students know density is mass/unit volume.                            FOSS: Variables Kit                               Matter and
8.8.b Students know how to calculate the density of substances (regular     Investigation 2: Life Boats (P. 1-28)             volume: P. 78-79
and irregular solids and liquids) from measurements of mass and       Students construct a fleet of paper-cup boats     Volume of regular
volume.                                                               and discover how many passengers (pennies)        shaped solid
3                       8.8.d Students know how to predict whether an object will float or sink.    each will hold before sinking. The variables of   object: P. 80
(22)                      8.9.a Plan and conduct a scientific investigation to test a hypothesis.     boat depth and arrangement of passengers are      Volume of
8.9.b Evaluate the accuracy and reproducibility of data.                    explored.                                         irregular shaped
8.9.c Distinguish between variable and controlled parameters in a test.       Part 1 – Exploring Boats                        object: P.81)
Scientific                                                                                   Invst. 2 - Pages 8-13                          Mass and Weight:
Investigation   8.9.d. Recognize the slope of the linear graph as the constant in the         Part 2 – Life Boat Inspection
relationship y = kx and apply this principle in interpreting graphs                                                     P.82-83
Density                                                                                      Invst. 2 - Pages 14-18
constructed from data.                                                  Part 3 – Inspecting Other Boats                 Density: P.85-87
8.9.e Construct appropriate graphs from data and develop quantitative          Invst. 2 – Pages 19-23                         Buoyancy:
4                             statements about the relationships between variables.                                                                   P.412-414
Only 1                    8.9.f. Apply simple mathematic relationships to determine a missing         NOTE: OMIT INVESTIGATION 3 – PLANE
week for                                                                                                                                                 Density:
quantity in a mathematic expression                                   SENSE AND INVESTIGATION 4 – FLIPPERS.
2nd                                                                                                                                                    P. 415-418)
semester
Calculate density:
P. 415

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SEMESTER 8th Grade Science Pacing Guide                                                            Revised for 2010-11

® Standard is revisited                Eighth Grade Standard covered on Tenth Grade Science CST                      (Second Semester)
Text
Week        Topic                                    CA Standards                                                FOSS Investigation
Holt 2007
8.3.b Students know that compounds are formed by combining two or           FOSS: Chemical Interactions kit                    Physical
more different elements and that compounds have properties that     Investigation 1: Substances (P. 33-58)             Properties
are different from their constituent elements.                      Students are introduced to chemistry lab tools     P. 84-85, 99
8.5.a Students know reactant atoms and molecules interact to form           and procedures. They experience chemical           Physical Changes
products with different chemical properties.                        reactions and learn three ways to identify         P. 88-89
8.9.b Evaluate the accuracy and reproducibility of data.®                   chemical substances: common name, scientific       Chemical
5       Physical and   8.9.e Construct appropriate graphs from data and develop quantitative       name, and chemical formula. They use               Properties
Chemical              statements about the relationships between variables. ®                                                                P. 90-91, 99
(23)       Properties                                                                                macroscopic evidence from reactions to identify
8.9.f. Apply simple mathematic relationships to determine a missing         reactants.                                         Chemical Changes
quantity in a mathematic expression.®                                 Part 1 – Mystery Mixture                         P. 92-95
Pages 41-45                                     Compounds
Part 2 – Mixing Substances                       P. 138-141
Pages 46-58                                     Mixtures
P. 142-145
8.7.a Students know how to identify regions corresponding to metals,        FOSS: Chemical Interactions kit                    Elements
nonmetals, and inert gases.                                           Investigation 2: Elements (P. 59-82)               P. 134-137
8.7.c Students know substances can be classified by their properties,       Students learn that elements are the fundamental   Development of
including their melting temperature, density, hardness, and thermal   substances from which all matter on Earth is       the Periodic Table
and electrical conductivity.
6                      8.3.f Students know how to use the periodic table to identify elements in
made. They study the periodic table to become      P. 194-195
(24)                                                                                                 familiar with the 90 naturally occurring
simple compounds.                                                     elements and search product ingredient lists for   Periodic Table
8.9.b Evaluate the accuracy and reproducibility of data.                    elements they contain.                             P. 196-197
Part 1 – Periodic Table                          Symbols P. 199
Pages 70-74
Elements                                                                                    Part 2 – Elements in the World                   Period, Group
Pages 75-81                                     P. 200
Atomic Number
P. 200
7
Only 1                                                                                                                                                  Metals, Non-
week for                                                                                                                                                 metals P. 198-199
2nd
semester                                                                                                                                                 Noble (Inert)
Gases P. 207
Groups P. 202-208

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SEMESTER 8th Grade Science Pacing Guide                                                            Revised for 2010-11

® Standard is revisited               Eighth Grade Standard covered on Tenth Grade Science CST                     (Second Semester)
Text
Week     Topic                                  CA Standards                                                FOSS Investigation
Holt 2007
8.3.d. Students know the states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) depend on    Investigation 3: Particles (P. 83-113)            States of Matter
molecular motion.                                                   Students investigate the macroscopic properties   P. 110-113
8.3.e Students know that in solids the atoms are closely locked in          of gas and develop a particulate model to
position and can only vibrate; in liquids the atoms and molecules   describe the invisible composition and            Physical
are more loosely connected and can collide with and move past       interactions that account for the observable      Properties
one another; and in gases the atoms and molecules are free to       behaviors of gas.                                 P. 84-85
move independently, colliding frequently.                             Part 1 – Capture the Gas
8                 8.9.a Plan and conduct a scientific investigation to test a                    Pages 92-98
(25)                        hypothesis. ®                                                         Part 2 – Air is Matter
8.9.c Distinguish between variable                                             Pages 99-107
and controlled parameters in a test. ®                                Part 3 – Air as Particles
Pages 108-113
Investigation 4: Kinetic Energy
(P. 115-142)
States of                                                                               Students observe expansion and contraction of
Matter                                                                                 solids, liquids, and gases, and explain the
phenomena in terms of kinetic theory—the
constant motion of particles.
Part 1 – Gas Expansion
Pages 122-129
Part 2 – Liquid Expansion
Pages 130-138
9                                                                                               Part 3 – Solid Expansion
Pages 139-142
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® Standard is revisited                Eighth Grade Standard covered on Tenth Grade Science CST                     (Second Semester)
Text
Week        Topic                                   CA Standards                                                FOSS Investigation
Holt 2007
8.3.e Students know that in solids the atoms are closely locked in          OMIT INVESTIGATION 5: ENERGY TRANSFER AND           States of Matter
position and can only vibrate; in liquids the atoms and molecules     INVESTIGATION 6: HEAT OF FUSION                     P. 110-113
are more loosely connected and can collide with and move past         Investigation 7: Phase Change
one another; and in gases the atoms and molecules are free to                                                             Physical
move independently, colliding frequently.
(P. 189-234)
Properties
Students experience three common phases
8.3.d. Students know the states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) depend on                                                        P. 84-85
(states) of matter—solid, liquid, and gas—and
molecular motion.
investigate the conditions that induce substances
Changes of   8.5.d Students know physical processes include freezing and boiling, in                                                         Physical Changes
10                                                                                                to change from one phase to another.
State           which a material changes form with no chemical reaction.                                                                  P. 88-89
(Phase                                                                                   Part 1 – Dissolve and Melt
(27)       Changes)
8.9.a Plan and conduct a scientific investigation to test a hypothesis. ®
Pages 204-209
8.9.e Construct appropriate graphs from data and develop quantitative                                                           Changes of State
Part 2 – Melting Temperature
statements about the relationships between variables. ®                                                                   P. 114-119
Pages 210-214
8.9.g Distinguish between linear and nonlinear relationships on a graph
Part 3 – More Heat
of data.®
Pages 215-221
Part 4 – Freeze Water
Pages 222-234
OMIT INVESTIGATION 8: SOLUTIONS
8.3.a Students know the structure of the atom and know it is composed       Investigation 9: Reaction (P. 269-312)              Atomic Structure
of protons, neutrons, and electrons.                                  Students blow bubbles into limewater, observe       P. 172-175
8.7.b Students know each element has a specific number of protons in        the precipitate, and move atom tiles                Isotopes
11                          the nucleus (the atomic number) and each isotope of the element       (representations) to simulate the rearrangement     P. 175-177
has a different but specific number of neutrons in the nucleus.       of atoms to form new substances (particles).        Electrons and
(28)                   8.3.c Students know atoms and molecules form solids by building up                                                              Chemical Bonding
Students conduct two other reactions—
repeating patterns, such as the crystal structure of NaCl or long-    hydrochloric acid/baking soda and an antacid        P. 226-229
Atomic            chain polymers.                                                       neutralization reaction—and learn to balance        Ionic Bonds
Structure,   8.9.a Plan and conduct a scientific investigation to test a                 chemical equations.                                 P. 230-235
Chemical           hypothesis. ®                                                                                                             Covalent Bonds
Bonds                                                                                    Part 1 – Substance Models
Pages 280-287                                    P. 236-239
12                                                                                                                                                    Metallic BondsP.
Only 1                                                                                                                                                 239-241
week for
2nd
semester

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SEMESTER 8th Grade Science Pacing Guide                                                    Revised for 2010-11

® Standard is revisited                Eighth Grade Standard covered on Tenth Grade Science CST                 (Second Semester)
Text
Week       Topic                                    CA Standards                                             FOSS Investigation
Holt 2007
8.3.b Students know that compounds are formed by combining two or           Investigation 9: Reaction (P. 269-312)   Ionic Compounds
more different elements and that compounds have properties that        Part 2 – Limewater Reaction             P. 282-283
13                          are different from their constituent elements.                          Pages 288-297                          Covalent
Thanks-
giving
8.7.c Students know substances can be classified by their properties,        Part 3 – Baking Soda and Acid           Compounds
including their melting temperature, density, hardness,                 Pages 298-307                          P. 284-285
Only 1                       and thermal and electrical conductivity. ®                             Part 4 – Antacid                        Signs of Chemical
week for                8.5.a Students know reactant atoms and molecules interact to form                                                    Reactions
2nd
Pages 308-312
semester
products with different chemical properties.                                                                   P.256-258
8.5.b Students know the idea of atoms explains the conservation of                                                   Endothermic and
matter: In chemical reactions the number of atoms stays the same                                               Exothermic
Reactions,
Chemical           no matter how they are arranged, so their total mass stays the                                                 P. 259-260
Changes           same.                                                                                                          Conservation of
8.5.c Students know chemical reactions usually liberate heat or absorb                                               Energy P. 261
heat.                                                                                                          Chemical
8.9.a Plan and conduct a scientific investigation to test a hypothesis. ®                                            Equations
14                    8.9.b Evaluate the accuracy and reproducibility of data.                                                             P. 262-265
(29)                                                                                                                                        Conservation of
Mass P. 265-266
Balancing
Equations P. 266

8.5.d Students know physical processes include freezing and boiling, in     None                                     Properties of Acids
which a material changes form with no chemical reaction. ®                                                     & Bases
15                    8.5.a Students know reactant atoms and molecules interact to form                                                    P. 286-291
(30)                         products with different chemical properties.®
8.5.e Students know how to determine whether a solution is acidic,                                                   pH Scale
Acids &           basic, or neutral.                                                                                             P. 292-294
Bases
8.9.a Plan and conduct a scientific investigation to test a hypothesis. ®
16                    8.9.b Evaluate the accuracy and reproducibility of data. ®                                                           Neutralization and
Only 1
week for                8.9.c Distinguish between variable and controlled parameters in                                                      Salts
2nd                           a test. ®                                                                                                    P. 295
semester

First Semester - Winter Break
Second Semester – CST Testing Window

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® Standard is revisited                    Eighth Grade Standard covered on Tenth Grade Science CST                               (Second Semester)
Education Code                                                                                     Title, posters, videos & test                   Text
Lesson
Week     Topic                                      CA Standards                                                            FOSS Investigation
Holt 2007
Note: In 2009-10 Positive                                 Introduction                               Positive Prevention
Prevention will be taught in                                                                                 Intro
Stereotypes and Myths Regarding
Persons with HIV/AIDS                          Lesson 1
Positive Prevention:
HIV/STD Prevention
The HIV/AIDS Pandemic; Effects on
17    Family                                             Education                                                 the Human Body; Transmission Myths             Lesson 2
(36)    Life                                                   ED CODE SECTION 51934
51934. (a) A school district shall ensure that all pupils in grades 7 to 12, inclusive, receive
and Facts
Red      HIV/AIDS prevention education from instructors trained in the appropriate courses. Each            Sexually Transmitted Diseases
pupil shall receive this instruction at least once in junior high or middle school and at least                                                   Lesson 3
Cross     once in high school.
HIV      (b) HIV/AIDS prevention education, whether taught by school district personnel or outside          Recognizing and Reducing Risks,
consultants, shall satisfy all of the criteria set forth in paragraphs (1) to (6), inclusive, of   Condom Success/Failure Rates                   Lesson 4
Progra    subdivision (b) and paragraphs (1) and (2) of subdivision (d) of Section 51933, shall
m       accurately reflect the latest information and recommendations from the United States Surgeon       Refuting Peer Pressure
General, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Academy of                                                      Lesson 5
Sciences, and shall include the following:
(1) Information on the nature of HIV/AIDS and its effects on the human body.
HIV Antibody and STD Testing,
(2) Information on the manner in which HIV is and is not transmitted, including information        Community Resources                            Lesson 6
on activities that present the highest risk of HIV infection.
(3) Discussion of methods to reduce the risk of HIV infection. This instruction shall emphasize    Motivating Resistance to Drugs
that sexual abstinence, monogamy, the avoidance of multiple sexual partners, and abstinence        Poster: 12                                        Project Alert
from intravenous drug use are the most effective means for HIV/AIDS prevention, but shall          Test – “Advanced Quiz - How Much Do You         Booster
also include statistics based upon the latest medical information citing the success and failure
rates of condoms and other contraceptives in preventing sexually transmitted HIV infection, as
Know About Drugs? (Booster Lesson 1 - P         Lesson 1
well as information on other methods that may reduce the risk of HIV transmission from             1.40-1.43)
18              intravenous drug use.                                                                              Practice Resisting External and Internal
(37)   Project   (4) Discussion of the public health issues associated with HIV/AIDS.                               Pressures                                       Booster
(5) Information on local resources for HIV testing and medical care.
Alert    (6) Development of refusal skills to assist pupils in overcoming peer pressure and using
Poster: 9                                       Lesson 2
effective decision making skills to avoid high-risk activities.                                    Video: Paul’s Fix
(7) Discussion about societal views on HIV/AIDS, including stereotypes and myths regarding         Benefits of Resisting Drugs
persons with HIV/AIDS. This instruction shall emphasize compassion for persons living with         Poster: 9
HIV/AIDS.                                                                                                                                          Booster
Video: Resisting Peer Pressure
Lesson 3

19
End of Semester
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