Obviously, most readers of this board have been in 7th grade. I've even taught 7th grade. However, different states, even different schools, teach different things in 7th grade science. Some emphasize biological science, others emphasize physical science.
Why not check your science book to see what's in it?
In my school, we have three units for seventh grade: Chemistry, Physics, & Astronomy. If you want to know your personal science class curriculum, ask your teacher!
Hope I helped!
most thing we learn in 7th grade is
about DNA and about eye and ear
In my school, so far, we learned about biology (life functions, classification, cells-organelles-and their functions-etc., human nutrition/digestion, human excretion/respiration, human circulatory system, reproduction...) and we just started chemistry (studying periodic table of elements, physical and chemical properties, and physical and chemical changes right now). We are also going to learn physics later, and maybe a little bit earth science. We covered a lot of topics [and I mean a lot, I had to study over 500 vocabulary words, not counting all the tables and other things I had to study]. But, like Ms. Sue said, it really depends on where you live, what school you go to, and other things [like in my school, it is divided up into parts: General (the students here go to their zone school), Cyber (magnet program), Vanguard (gifted program), CIG (highest gifted program because math and science is high school level)]. Also, where I live, the department of education changed everything and made everything really difficult (common core now).
You learn about the sex process.
Earth / Space Science
Well we learn about the Earth and DNA and plants and all of the components of a plant we also learn about Animals.
area of a cross section
I dont like science...:]
I did Physics, Earth sciences, Natural resources and Biology
Cells and Herdity
Science Wasn't my think until now, in science I'm learning about the human body, earth science, a little chemistry, and a new journey througth the future.