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Grade 3

Grade three students will investigate the growth and development of plants, including the conditions necessary for germination. They will also analyze the interdependence among plants, individuals, society and the environment.

Grade 4

This class will investigate the interdependence of plants and animals, including humans, within habitats and communities. They will also analyze the structures and behaviours of plants and animals that enable them to exist in various habitats and assess the effects of natural and human activities on habitats and communities, and propose actions to maintain or restore habitats.

Grade 5

With a new state-of-the-art climate reference station at the Conservation Learning Centre, the students will learn how local weather, including temperature, wind speed and direction, amount of sunlight, precipitation, relative humidity and cloud cover, are measured. They will also investigate local, national and global weather conditions, including the role of air movement and solar energy transfer. Analyzing the impact of weather on society and the environment, including technologies that help humans address weather conditions, will also be investigated.

Grade 6

Students will learn to recognize, describe and appreciate the diversity of living things in local and other ecosystems and explore related careers.

Grade 7

Grade 7 students will:

  • Observe, illustrate and analyze living organisms within local ecosystems as part of interconnected food webs, populations and communities,
  • Evaluate biogeochemical cycles (water, carbon and nitrogen) as representations of energy flow and the cycling of matter through ecosystems, and
  • Analyze how ecosystems change in response to natural and human influences and propose actions to reduce the impact of human behaviour on a specific ecosystem.

    Grade 8

    Students will analyze the impact of natural and human-induced changes to the characteristics and distribution of water in local, regional and national ecosystems. They will also examine how wind, water and ice have shaped and continue to shape the Canadian landscape. Students will also analyze natural factors and human practices that affect productivity and species distribution in marine and fresh water environments.

    Grade 9

    Students will learn to describe the processes and implications of sexual and asexual reproduction in plants and animals.

    Grade 10

    Students will study ecosystems.

    Grade 11

    Students will learn about sustainable agriculture, habitat destruction and pesticide use.

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