8th Grade Science

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8th Grade Science by Mind Map: 8th Grade Science

1. Unit 1

1.1. Section 1

1.1.1. Scientific Method

1.1.1.1. Observation

1.1.1.1.1. Quantitative observations

1.1.1.1.2. Qualitative observations

1.1.1.2. Questions

1.1.1.3. Hypothesis

1.1.1.4. Predictions

1.1.1.5. Test the Prediction

1.1.1.6. Iterative Process

1.1.1.7. Publish / Peer Review

1.2. Section 2

1.2.1. Claim

1.2.2. Evidence

1.2.3. Reasoning

1.3. Section 4

1.3.1. LENSES

1.3.1.1. Label & List

1.3.1.2. Notice

1.3.1.3. Speculation

1.3.1.4. Equation

1.3.1.5. Explain/Evaluate

1.3.1.6. Summary

1.3.1.7. DRY

1.3.1.8. MIX

1.4. Section 5

1.4.1. Lab Safety Standards

1.4.2. Hair in a lab

1.4.3. Clothing in a lab

1.4.4. Footwear in a lab

1.4.5. Protective Glasses

1.4.6. Colors of Health Hazard symbols

1.4.7. MSDS

1.4.8. Pipetting

1.5. Module 1

1.5.1. Uniformitarianism

1.5.2. Absolute Age

1.5.3. Relative-age Dating

1.5.4. Sediment

1.5.5. Strata

1.5.6. Relative Age

1.6. Lesson 1

1.6.1. Superposition

1.6.2. Original Horizontality

1.6.3. Lateral Continuity

1.6.4. Inclusions

1.6.5. Cross-Cutting Relationships

1.6.6. The Fossil Record

1.6.7. Mass Extinctions

1.7. Lesson 2

1.7.1. Unconformities

1.7.2. Angular Unconformity

1.7.3. Disconformity

1.7.4. Nonconformity

1.7.5. Correlation

1.7.6. Index Fossils

1.7.7. Key Bed

1.7.8. Geologic Time Scale

2. Module 2

2.1. Lesson 1

2.1.1. DNA Double Helix

2.1.2. Rosalind Franklin

2.1.3. DNA Nucleotides

2.1.4. Nitrogenous Bases

2.1.5. Complementary Bases

2.1.6. DNA Models

2.1.7. How much DNA?

2.1.8. DNA Replication

2.1.9. Steps of DNA replication

2.1.9.1. In each new DNA double helix, one strand is the original, and the other is new. This is semi-conservative replication.

2.1.10. Replication Fork

2.1.11. DNA Errors