November 17, 2006, Newsletter Issue #151: 8th Grade Science

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Eighth Grade Science

*Scientific method
*Scientific nomenclature
*Scientific measurement
*Ecology and environment
*Composition of the earth
*Ocean, atmosphere
*Water and its uses
*Weathering and erosion
*Recycling of resources
*Magnetism and electricity
*Heat and light
*Forces in liquids and gases
*Wave, mechanical, electrical, and nuclear energy
*The earth´s movement
*Newton´s three laws of motion
*The atom
*Periodic table of elements
*Compounds and mixtures
*Chemical changes
*The universe and Milky Way
*Space and space travel

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