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Grade 8 Resources

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Grade 8 Resources

Thanks to the The Lambton Kent District School Board for creating these links


 Forbidden City - a webquest to conclude the William Bell novel study.



Optics - Alternate Activity Menu
Cells, Tissues, Organs & Systems

Genes: The Building Blocks of Life - The purpose of this WebQuest is for you to gain a concrete knowledge of the following aspects of genetics: genetic testing, genetically engineered food, forensics and DNA, and cloning. The main goal of the research is to answer the following question: "How should the funding for each of the genetic topics be allotted?" You should also come away from this lesson with efficient group work skills, an understanding of PowerPoint, consensus building techniques, and the ability to create a persuasive argument.
Water Systems

 The Global Water Sampling Project & Human Genetics - online collaborative projects which allow students to compare their results with classrooms from around the world.


Development of Western Canada - Activity Menu

This Day In History - general history information related to events which happened on specific dates.


Mathematics Puzzles Website - a variety of mathematics puzzles at varying levels.

ENRICH Mathematics - a variety of problems and online logical Mathematics games (for individuals & partners)

Franchise - Convince your classmates to invest in the franchise business you've selected.

Mathletics -- You never thought math was in sports? Just think about it.... Every sport uses numbers in some way, whether it's for scoring, determining averages, or figuring percentages. And when numbers are involved, it usually means math is as well.

Math Counts -- visit the problem of the week & archive for some challenging math problems!

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