How do Natural and Man-made Structures Affect the Way We Live?

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How do Natural and Man-made Structures Affect the Way We Live? by Mind Map: How do Natural and Man-made Structures Affect the Way We Live?

1. Connections to Previous Courses

1.1. Grade 2

1.1.1. Buoyancy and Boats

1.2. Grade 3

1.2.1. Building with a Variety of Materials

1.3. Grade 6

1.3.1. Air and Aerodynamics

1.3.2. Flight

2. Connections to Future Courses

2.1. Grade 8

2.1.1. Mix and Flow of Matter

2.1.2. Cells and Systems

2.1.3. Mechanical Systems

2.2. Grade 10

2.2.1. Energy and Matter in Chemical Change

2.3. Physics 20

2.3.1. Kinematics

2.3.2. Dynamics

2.4. Physics 30

2.4.1. Forces and Fields

3. Cross Cirricular Connections

3.1. Social Studies

3.1.1. Structure of Societies

3.1.2. Creation of the CP Rail

3.2. Art

3.2.1. Creating recreations or futuristic structures

3.3. Math

3.3.1. Shapes and Spaces

3.4. CTS

3.4.1. Shop

4. Everday Connections

4.1. Aerospace Engineer

4.2. Architect

4.3. Physicist

4.4. That when we look close enough and hard enough we see structures and forces almost everywhere

5. Spinoff Questions

5.1. To what extent do man made sturctures affect natural structures?

5.2. Where do we find the strongest types of structures?

6. Direct Connections

6.1. Structures and Forces

6.1.1. 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 2.1, 2.3, 2.4, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 4.2, 4.3

6.2. Interactions and Ecosystems

6.2.1. 1.3, 4.1

6.3. Plants for Food and FIbre

6.3.1. 1.2, 2.1

6.4. Heat and Temperature

6.4.1. 1.1, 1.2

7. Grade 7: Structures and Forces Tyler Mysyk

8. Skills

8.1. Initiating and Planning

8.1.1. Propose alternative solutions to a practical problem, select one, and develop a plan (e.g., propose an approach to increasing the stability of a structure)

8.2. Communication and Teamwork

8.2.1. Work cooperatively with team members to develop and carry out a plan, and troubleshoot problems as they arise

9. Attitudes

9.1. Mutual Respect

9.1.1. Appreciate that scientific understanding evolves from the interaction of ideas involving people with different views and backgrounds (e.g., recognize that a variety of structural forms have emerged from different cultures at different times in history)

9.2. Stewardship

9.2.1. Demonstrate sensitivity and responsibility in pursuing a balance between the needs of humans and asustainable environment (e.g., consider the cause-and-effect relationships of personal actions and decisions)