This teachers guide (for grades 2, 4, and 7) on the topic of Black Bears is recommended by Curriculum Services Canada and created by the Ministry of Natural Resources. It includes background readings, lesson plans, and suggested activities.
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This document, developed by the Catholic Curriculum Cooperative Writing Partnership, is presented here by Curriculum Services Canada provides some example of science teaching in Grade 9. The document includes units in Chemistry, Physics, and Biology with a descriptions, strands, and expectations.
You will find classroom activities supporting curriculum topics. The correlated Discovery School video and CD-ROMs provide a wealth of knowledge.
This guide provides links to numerous sites related to Science topics. A wealth of information is available.
This TVOntario resource discusses the Life of Mammals. There are self-guides tours that can help students learn key topics, as well as a series of Zoo assignments for secondary students.
The NSTA, based in the United States was founded in 1944 and is the largest organization in the world committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all.
This is an example of an environmental unit by ETFO for Grades 3 and 4. It helps students learn about growth and changes in plants and habitats and communities.
This is a resource by OECTA on how to plan a science project for grade 7 students. It advises students on how to choose a topic, conduct their experiment and share their findings with their peers.
This is a case study by Curriculum Services Canada on population dynamics. It includes three lab activities (watershed assessment, invertebrate collection, and soil study).
This Ministry of Education document discusses how to integrate environmental education in the classroom. It provides tools and strategies that can be put in direct use.