FREE | 6th-8th Grade | Tuesdays 4-6 PM PST | 120 minutes
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In this course we will be learning the basics of environmental science and experimental procedure. Environmental science is an exciting topic because it combines many STEM subjects, such as biology, ecology, and chemistry. There are no prerequisites required. This course has some optional chemistry experiments, which I will demonstrate. Students will have the opportunity to follow along with these experiments. This course will analyze 4 large topics: natural disasters, pollution, species interaction, and biodiversity. List of Topics: Experimental design/setup, natural disasters, weather patterns, ecological succession, pollution, species interaction, natural selection, adaptations, and biodiversity Prerequisites: No prerequisites needed Materials: Week 1: baking soda, dish soap, vinegar, plastic bottle, plastic box Week 2: vinegar, chalk Week 4: TBD Teacher: Evelyn is a Junior at Newport High School, who plans to major in aerospace engineering. She is currently a member of Newport’s cross country team, orchestra, rocketry club, and national honor society. She has taken biology, AP chemistry, and is currently taking AP environmental science. She is currently a TA in general chemistry. She loves the outdoors. In her free time she likes to ride horses, run, and hangout with friends (although we can’t do much of that during quarantine).
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