The Earth Science course aims to introduce you to a variety of topics that involve the Earth. You’ll learn about geology, oceanography, meteorology, environmental science, and astronomy.Course Objectives
By the end of this course, you'll be able to
- Explain the basic principles and methods of earth science.
- Discuss the various surface processes on Earth.
- Identify features of Earth's atmosphere and oceans.
- Explain the causes of geologic activity.
- Describe the impact of human activity on natural resources.
- Explain the formation and properties of the solar system and universe.
All of your course materials are included in this course experience. You'll find it easiest to study this course by following these steps:
- Look over the syllabus, paying close attention to the course and lesson objectives.
- Read each objective. Pay close attention to main concepts and definitions.
- Complete each assignment as you come to it.
- When you've completed each assignment, look over the lesson review.
- When you're confident you understand the material, complete the lesson exam.
Reading assignments, exercisesMethods of Assessment
Penn Foster HS
925 Oak Street, SCRANTON, PA
Requested competency code:
- Lab Science
Friday, March 27, 2020
Tuesday, June 16, 2020
In order to be reviewed as a laboratory science, we will need a list of physical laboratory experiments completed for this course and number of hours students spend doing laboratory assignments each week.
Committee review :