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Updated by Janee Clark on Jul 09, 2018
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21st century 7th grade science students

The following curated list will display lesson plans to aid the 21st century 7th grade science learner in the following skills: Leadership
Digital Literacy
Emotional Intelligence
Global Citizenship
Problem Solving


This lesson provides students with the ability to problem-solve. By redesigning a human creature as noted in the lesson plan, students will also have to work together as well.


In this lesson, students will utilize digital literacy to participate in a flipped classroom. Students will have objective to complete from home. Then, students will participate in the activity at school. Students will be asked to identify and explain the difference between living and non-living things as well as define biotic, abiotic and ecology.


Difficult ethical issues can occur when using information obtained through modern biotechnology. Students will participate in a 60 minutes lesson where they understand the importance of rapid growing populations and figure out methods to end world hunger.


The objective of this lesson is students will be able to conduct research and prepare a conservation plan for an endangered species. Students will need to be able to understand the effects of endangered species so they will be able to help to rectify the problem.


Students will differentiate between animal and plant cells' structure and function. Students will also design either an animal or plant which can change the world. Students will develop a company which will market the cells.


Students will divide into teams. Each team will design a human amusement park which will involve the functions and structures of each human body system. The team who meets the criteria will be the winners of the challenge.


Students will learn about food chains, food webs, and energy pyramids in this lesson. Students will explore top predators for various ecosystems. Students will also be able to analyze data from a simple food chain and explain complex relationships in food webs


Students will communicate by elaborating on what they have learned by reading two background essays.
1. Background Essay Single Celled Organisms
2. Background Essay Asexual Reproducers
Both of these essays elaborate on the information they learned during the explore section of the lesson.