Science Links 9 by Beth LisserScience Links 9 by Beth Lisser

Science Links 9

byBeth Lisser, Barbara Nixon-Ewing, Sandy Searle

Hardcover | August 1, 2009

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Science Links 9 is approved for inclusion on Ontario's Trillium List!

Written to the revised Ontario Curriculum, Grade 9 Applied (SNC1P)

Building student confidence for success! The first resources developed specifically for the student of applied science. These resources take full advantage of students' diverse learning styles, interests, and talents to ensure students' success and belief in themselves as science learners.

Title:Science Links 9Format:HardcoverDimensions:11 × 8.5 × 0.9 inPublished:August 1, 2009Publisher:McGraw Hill School IndigeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0070726906

ISBN - 13:9780070726901

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Table of Contents


TOPIC 1.1: What are ecosystems, and why do we care aboutthem?
TOPIC 1.2: How do interactions supply energy to ecosystems?
TOPIC 1.3: How do interactions in ecosystems cycle matter?
TOPIC 1.4: What natural factors limit the growth of ecosystems?
TOPIC 1.5: How do human activities affect ecosystems?
TOPIC 1.6: How can our actions promote sustainable ecosystems?
Unit 1 Summary
Unit 1 Project
Review Unit 1


TOPIC 2.1: In what ways do chemicals affect your life?
TOPIC 2.2: How do we use properties to help us describe matter?
TOPIC 2.3: What are pure substances and how are theyclassified?
TOPIC 2.4: How are properties of atoms used to organizeelements Into the periodic table?
TOPIC 2.5: In what ways do scientists communicate aboutelements and compounds?
TOPIC 2.6: What are some of the characteristics andconsequences of chemical reactions?
Unit 2 Summary
Unit 2 Project
Review Unit 2


TOPIC 3.1: What do we see when we look at the sky?
TOPIC 3.2: What are the Sun and the Moon, and how are theylinked to Earth?
TOPIC 3.3: What has space exploration taught us about our solar system?
TOPIC 3.4: What role does Canada play in space exploration?
TOPIC 3.5: How do we benefit from space exploration?
Unit 3 Summary
Unit 3 Project
Review Unit 3


TOPIC 4.1: How do the sources used to generate electrical energy compare?
TOPIC 4.2: What are charges, and how do they behave?
TOPIC 4.3: How can objects become charged and discharged?
TOPIC 4.4: How can people control and use the movement ofcharges?
TOPIC 4.5: What are series and parallel circuits, and how are they different?
TOPIC 4.6: What features make an electrical circuit practical and safe?
TOPIC 4.7: How can we conserve our use of electrical energy at home?
Unit 4 Summary
Unit 4 ProjectReview Unit 4