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Year 8 Science Focus Study: Cycle of Life, Growth and Reproduction

Topic begins on Monday 18th September

Topic Overview:

In this topic students will learn about the role of cell division in growth, repair, and reproduction in multicellular organisms. Students study the reproductive systems of both plants and animals, with specific attention given to human reproduction. They will explore human health issues and look at discoveries that have contributed to solving wold wide problems.

The topic is split into two parts because of the spring break. During the first week will look at the processes involved in growth, repair and reproduction as they occur in plants and animals in general. In the second week, upon return from holidays, we will be focusing on human reproduction.

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