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Homework Assignments

SCHOOL YEAR 2014-2015

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MARCH 2015

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

MARCH 2, 2015

***CLASS WORK***

1) Work on okaying the following papers if you have not already done so... Papers #33, 39, and #46

2) Work on completing papers #47 and 48 if you have not already done so... Put #47 in the PAPER EATER. (Keep paper #48 in your binder.)

***HOMEWORK***

None :-)

 

 

3

***CLASS WORK***

***Discuss and create a mnemonic for the body systems.

*Write it on paper #48 ........................................ *Then learn it!..................... *Then on a paper in your binder, from memory, write the "first letters" from your mnemonic........................ *Next, from memory, write the body systems......................... *Check your answers using paper #48 as your key.

***HOMEWORK***

Homework is due THURSDAY.

1) Watch the following Amoeba Sister videos.

a) HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS: THE 11 CHAMPIONS (Please note: The video talks about the CIRCULATORY system. We are calling it THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM!)

b) PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND THE TEENY TINY PIGMENT PANCAKES

c) CELLULAR RESPIRATION AND THE MIGHTY MITOCHONDRIA

2) Know body systems/one function (job) for each system. Use paper #48. **We will be spending more time in class tomorrow on this topic. Please do the videos first and leave this for another night!!!! :-)

 

 

 

 

 

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***CLASS WORK***

1) Finish creating your mnemonic for the body systems.

*Write it on paper #48 ........................................ *Then learn it!..................... *Then on a paper in your binder, from memory, write the "first letters" from your mnemonic........................ *Next, from memory, write the body systems......................... *Check your answers using paper #48 as your key........... *Practice doing this several times!

2) Use this website to get a function (job) for each body system. BODY SYSTEMS: LIVE SCIENCE (Please note: The video talks about the CIRCULATORY system. We are calling it THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM! Also, remember that sometimes URINARY system is used. We are using EXCRETORY SYSTEM (including solid waste.))

***HOMEWORK***

Homework is due THURSDAY.

SCIENCE PERIODS 1 & 2:

I made a mistake (sorry!) and did not number MUSCULAR SYSTEM on paper #48, page 1. You will need to add it into your mneumonic. You can add it at the end of your mneumonic or any place else in the mneumonic that works best for you. (We will talk about this in class tomorrow. If you are confused, don't do anything about the mistake tonight.)

THERE IS NOT GOING TO BE A "TEST" TOMORROW! IF anything, it would be a "HAVE YOU BEEN DOING YOUR HW CHECK QUIZ".

1) Watch the following Amoeba Sister videos.

a) HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS: THE 11 CHAMPIONS (Please note: The video talks about the CIRCULATORY system. We are calling it THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM! Also, remember that sometimes URINARY system is used. We are using EXCRETORY SYSTEM (including solid waste.))

b) PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND THE TEENY TINY PIGMENT PANCAKES

c) CELLULAR RESPIRATION AND THE MIGHTY MITOCHONDRIA

2) Know body systems/one function (job) for each system. Use paper #48. Use this website to get a function (job) for each body system. BODY SYSTEMS: LIVE SCIENCE

 

 

 

 

 

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***CLASS WORK***

1) Pass out....................

*PAPER #50, AMOEBA SISTERS VIDEO RECAP: PHOTOSYNTHESIS & CELLULAR RESPIRATION

*PAPER #51, PHOTOSYNTHESIS & RESPIRATION

*PAPER #52, PHOTOSYNTHESIS

2) Head to the library to work on papers #50-52. BEGIN with paper #50!

***HOMEWORK***

None :-)

 

 

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***CLASS WORK***

1) Check out the Table of Contents...I have marked (***) the papers that you may RECYCLE if you would like to! :-) Hopefully it will give you a little more room in your binder.

2) Continue working on papers # 50-52.

***HOMEWORK***

Remember, we "spring ahead" this weekend- 2am Sunday morning! Daylight savings time! Old fashioned clocks will need to be set ahead one hour. Cell phones do this time change for us.

Papers #47 and 48 are due on Monday. Please see notes below for BOTH papers!...................

Paper #47:

*Page 2 ("pg 41") at the bottom, "question #7 Apply": This question is referring to the picture of the humpback whale and diatoms on the bottom of page 1 ("pg 40").

*Page 4 ("pg 43"), do NOT do "question #11,Think Outside the Book".

Paper #48:

Remember that you need one function (job) for each body system. You can write them in the margin of the paper. Use this website to get a function (job) for each body system. BODY SYSTEMS: LIVE SCIENCE

 

MARCH 9, 2015

***CLASS WORK***

1) Pass in HW- papers #47 and 48

2) Pass back papers. Check the portal for missing work.

3) Using a key, ok paper #40, Cell City Analogy and Xword puzzle.

4) Discuss online cell vocab test.

5 Papers to ok- #33, 39, and 46.

6) Review systems- names, spelling, functions

***HOMEWORK***

1) Finish any corrections you have not done. Work accurately! Due tomorrow

2) Papers #50-52 are due Thursday.

 

 

 

10 CAPITAL CENTER OF THE ARTS FIELD TRIP...periods 1 and 5 only

***CLASS WORK***

***periods 1 and 5 only***

*) Okay online cell vocabulary test. We will be using a paper version. You may use your binder.

***HOMEWORK***

Papers #50-52 are due Thursday.

 

 

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***CLASS WORK***

Begin to read about and discuss the digestive system.

***HOMEWORK***

Papers #50-52 are due Thursday.

 

 

12

***CLASS WORK***

1) Pass in papers #50-52.

2) Continue digestive system discussion.

***HOMEWORK***

None

 

 

13

***CLASS WORK***

π Day Activity

***HOMEWORK***

None, UNLESS you have corrections that need to be completed. Please check theInfinite Campus Portal to be sure you are caught up!!!!!

 

 

MARCH 16, 2015

***CLASS WORK***

1) Pass back papers.

2) Continue reading in textbook about the digestive system. Discuss the information.

***HOMEWORK***

All homework is due Thursday.

1) Know the major organs of the digestive tract in order.

Also know the accessory organs.

2) All corrections need to be done for Thursday.

 

 

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***CLASS WORK***

1) Discuss homework.

2) Go through portal and again share missing/late work. If you need another copy, see me!

3) Discuss extra credit option.

100%- All or nothing! Due Thursday. Your paper must be TYPED.

1) Your colon has sections, one of which is called the SIGMOID COLON.

2) Find the names of the other 3 parts of your colon. (Clues: first letter of each word: A, D, T.

3) List all 4 parts of your colon. Please use a vertical list!

4) Draw a simple shape with arrows showing the direction that the contents ("stuff/waste") pass through the colon. Number your arrows #1-3.

4) Time to work.

***HOMEWORK***

All homework is due Thursday.

1) Know the major organs of the digestive tract in order.

Also know the accessory organs.

2) All corrections need to be done for Thursday.

REMEMBER THE EXTRA CREDIT OPTION! :-)

extra credit option.

100%- All or nothing! Due Thursday. Your paper must be TYPED.

1) Your colon has sections, one of which is called the SIGMOID COLON.

2) Find the names of the other 3 parts of your colon. (Clues: first letter of each word: A, D, T.

3) List all 4 parts of your colon. Please use a vertical list!

4) Draw a simple shape with arrows showing the direction that the contents ("stuff/waste") pass through the colon. Number your arrows #1-3.

 

 

 

18 band/chorus extended practices

***CLASS WORK***

1) Passed out paper #54, THE DIGESTIVE TRACT (coloring).

2) We discussed that there is a "huge hint" on this paper that could be very helpful to you....Be sure to read the paper from TOP to BOTTOM!!

3) Begin working on paper #54 in small groups IF you are all caught up on corrections (through paper #46) and you have no missing work (through paper #48.)

4) If you are not caught up, time to work on missing/late papers.

***HOMEWORK***

All homework is due tomorrow.

1) Know the major organs of the digestive tract in order.

Also know the accessory organs.

2) All corrections/late work needs to be completely DONE for Thursday. There will not be any time to work today. EVERYTHING must be completely accurate and ready to pass in at the beginning of class for any credit.

REMEMBER THE EXTRA CREDIT OPTION! :-)

extra credit option.

100%- All or nothing! Due tomorrow. Your paper must be TYPED.

1) Your colon has sections, one of which is called the SIGMOID COLON.

2) Find the names of the other 3 parts of your colon. (Clues: first letter of each word: A, D, T.

3) List all 4 parts of your colon. Please use a vertical list!

4) Draw a simple shape with arrows showing the direction that the contents ("stuff/waste") pass through the colon. Number your arrows #1-3.

 

 

 

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***CLASS WORK***

1) Any late/missing work to pass in?

2) Any extra credit to pass in?

3) Pass out papers #55,56, and 57....

PAPER #55 ENERGY FLOW IN THE BIOSPHERE

PAPER #56 SNOW IS NATURE'S SECURITY BLANKET

PAPER #57 WILDLIFE: NH'S HIBERNATORS

3) Class discussion: Digestive system

***HOMEWORK***

Due Monday

ZOOM LENS- TONGUES

 

 

 

 

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***CLASS WORK***

Continue class disscussion...digestion, nutrients, etc!

***HOMEWORK***

Due Monday

ZOOM LENS- TONGUES

 

 

 

MARCH 23, 2015

***CLASS WORK***

1) Write down HW.

2) Finish coloring paper #54 (Digestive System). Put it in the Paper Eater.

3) Read: Snow is Nature's Security Blanket (paper #56). UNDERLINE THE SENTENCE (=US):

a) that tells what is one of snow's most valuable gifts.

b) that tells the difference in temperature above and under snow when the weather is extremely cold!

c) that tells what animals may be hibernating beneath the forest duff and leaf mold. Then, UNDERLINE the REST OF THE PARAGRAPH.

d) Many of these smaller creatures can survive freezing for long periods. UNDERLINE the sentence that tells what a snow blanket prevents.

e) Do larger animals benefit from snow cover? UNDERLINE the sentence that answers this question. NEXT, UNDERLINE TWO SENTENCES that give TWO EXAMPLES.

f) US that explains another benefit of snow (clue: "hiding"). NEXT, UNDERLINE TWO SENTENCES that give TWO EXAMPLES.

g) US that answers the question: Do animals that live topside during the winter have advantages? NEXT, UNDERLINE TWO SENTENCES that give TWO EXAMPLES.

h) CIRCLE the name of the animal that appears to "play" in the snow.

***HOMEWORK***

Finish all class work from today.(Steps 2 and 3 above.) Due tomorrow.

 

 

 

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***CLASS WORK***

1) Write down HW.

2) Pass in papers #54 and 56.

3) Class discussion: digestion

***HOMEWORK***

1) Due tomorrow: Read paper #57. In paragraph two (Starts with the words..."Seven types of mammals..."), put a circle around the names of the true hibernators. Underline the names of the animals who "sleep" during the winter, but not as deeply as the true hibernators.

2)Due Thursday.........Watch online: DO BEARS HIBERNATE?

3) Dress appropriately for tomorrow. We may go outside for part of class.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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***CLASS WORK***

1) Collect homework.

2) Outside for photosynthesis

***HOMEWORK***

Due tomorrow

1) Read PAPER #58 PHOTOSYNTHESIS HANDOUT

2) Complete PAPER #59 PHOTOSYNTHESIS QUESTIONS

2) Online: DO BEARS HIBERNATE?

 

 

 

 

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***CLASS WORK***

1) Collect homework- paper #59.

2) Break into groups of 2-3.

a) You now understand the steps of photosynthesis.

b) You know that photosynthesis and respiration are the OPPOSITE of each other.

c) In your groups, explain respiration in "simple" steps.

d) Write down your steps. EVERY group member needs a copy.

***HOMEWORK***

Due tomorrow

ONLINE:

1) Respiration video Click on "The Big Picture" label under the video screen. (Listen to it all, very carefully. Play it more than once if you need to! You do not need to know the 3 steps (mentioned near the end.)

 

 

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***CLASS WORK***

1) Ok paper #47. Give it back to me only if it does not have a grade on it.

2) We will watch the video from last night's HW in class. It would not play for some students. Respiration video. We will also watch Mitochondria.

3) The Digestive System

4) Watch: A Journey Through the Digestive System

***HOMEWORK***

None :-)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

JANUARY and FEBRUARY (scroll down) 2015

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

JANUARY 5, 2015

***CLASS WORK***

Time to work on the questions on the back of your model rubric. Use a laptop to assist you.

***HOMEWORK***

Model and questions

 

 

 

6

***CLASS WORK***

1) Discuss model timeline.

* You will have today and tomorrow during class to work on models / questions.

* The project (including knowing the answers and UNDERSTANDING THEM) is due on MONDAY.

* In terms of questions, remember that you need to be prepared to discuss your model WITHOUT using your paper.

* You will be discussing your model with me BY YOURSELF!

2) Time to work on models / questions

***HOMEWORK***

Model and understanding the answers are due MONDAY.

 

 

 

7

***CLASS WORK***

1) Discussion:

*Mark NH on your Earth model.

*Remember to mark EQUATOR on your Earth model.

*The AXIS points to the North Star/Polaris ALL the time. Check to be sure that this is happening on your model.

*Pay attention to the correct direction of rotation/revolution.

* Put a name and science class tag on your model.

*No working on models during study. Class time is done.

2) Time to work on models / questions

***HOMEWORK***

Model and understanding the answers are due MONDAY.

 

 

8 DELAYED OPENING...BRRRRR!

NO SCIENCE 1 TODAY

***CLASS WORK***

1) Read the following online articles:

*****This is working for some and not for others. Actual website is newsela.com******

THERE ARE 3 LEVELS FOR EACH ARTICLE. THE FIRST ONE LISTED IS THE HIGHEST READING LEVEL. Please pick the level that makes the most sense to you for your reading level.:-) (If you go to the website, there are more than 3 levels.)

WORLD'S FIRST COMPUTER?

WORLD'S FIRST COMPUTER?

WORLD'S FIRST COMPUTER

A MARTIAN MYSTERY!

A MARTIAN MYSTERY!

A MARTIAN MYSTERY!

2) If time, start to okay quizzes (rotation and revolution)

***HOMEWORK***

Model and understanding the answers are due MONDAY.

 

 

9

***CLASS WORK***

1) Discuss how to correct quizzes. Okay your quiz (#33)

2) What an incredible picture from Norway!

3) Do you know what an AURORA is? If not, take a moment and look it up.

4) Let's try for online again today! Explanation in class...

5) Read the following online articles:

*****Actual website is newsela.com******You can go here and search for the articles.

AN ANCIENT BRONZE DEVICE COULD BE THE WORLD'S FIRST COMPUTER, SOME SAY

NASA'S CURIIOSITY FINDS A KEY THAT MAY UNLOCK A MARTIAN MYSTERY!

5) We will be heading into a unit on cells soon. Here is some great introductory information for you to watch. *The pronunciation of ORGANISMS is a bit different from how we pronounce it. Just be aware please!

INTRODUCTION TO CELLS

If you cannot connect with the above link, try to search the video name. The actual name of the youtube video is: Cell - Structure and Functions - Introduction to Cells - Science - Class 8

***HOMEWORK***

Model and understanding the answers are due MONDAY.

 

 

JANUARY 12, 2015

***CLASS WORK***

1) Model and understanding the answers are due today. Start assessment.

2) Seach for: BRAINPOP MOVIE: CELLS. Watch movie.

3) My Schoolhouse: Cells- READ and DO QUESTIONS ONLINE

4) LEARNING ABOUT CELLS (Indiana) ***Start on PAGE 9 please.

***HOMEWORK***

NONE`

 

 

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***CLASS WORK***

1) Model and understanding the answers assessment continuing (not accomplished)

Continue working from where you left off yesterday. This is work that will last beyond today!

2) Seach for: BRAINPOP MOVIE: CELLS. Watch movie.

3) My Schoolhouse: Cells- READ and DO QUESTIONS ONLINE

4) LEARNING ABOUT CELLS (Indiana) ***Start on PAGE 9 please.

5) THE CELL SONG (This link may not work for you. If it does not work, then search for THE CELL SONG online. It is titled MR W'S CELL SONG. There is a gentleman with his guitar singing about cells.)

6) PARTS OF CELL RAP

7) PROKARYOTES AND EUKARYOTES (2 kinds of cells)

8) THE WACKY CELL THEORY (TED TALK(This link may not work for you. If it does not work, then search for THE WACKY CELL THEORY TED TALK and click on the youtube video.)

9) THE CELL THEORY SONG (MR. TAMEZ) (This link may not work for you. If it does not work, then search for THE CELL THEORY SONG BY MR. TAMEZ and click on the youtube video.)

***HOMEWORK***

Due THURSDAY

1) Online Reading

DATES OF LUNAR AND SOLALR ECLIPSES IN 2015 AND 2016

WHY DOES THE MOON LOOK RED DURING A TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE?

WHAT YOU WOULD POSSIBLY SEE IN CONCORD (BOW), NH.

2) Check the portal....Do you have any missing work? (We are getting near the end of the quarter!

 

 

14 GEOGRAPHY BEE

***CLASS WORK***

1) Goal is to get all students caught up on steps 3, 6-10 by the end of classes tomorrow!

2) Class length varies today....Pass out PAPER #36, SUPER DUPER CELL WEBQUEST!!!

Continue working from where you left off yesterday. This is work that will last beyond today!

3) Seach for: BRAINPOP MOVIE: CELLS. Watch movie.

4) My Schoolhouse: Cells- READ and DO QUESTIONS ONLINE

5) LEARNING ABOUT CELLS (Indiana) ***Start on PAGE 9 please.

6) THE CELL SONG (This link may not work for you. If it does not work, then search for THE CELL SONG online. It is titled MR W'S CELL SONG. There is a gentleman with his guitar singing about cells.)

7) PARTS OF CELL RAP

8) PROKARYOTES AND EUKARYOTES (2 kinds of cells)

9) THE WACKY CELL THEORY (TED TALK) (This link may not work for you. If it does not work, then search for THE WACKY CELL THEORY TED TALK and click on the youtube video.)

10) THE CELL THEORY SONG (MR. TAMEZ) (This link may not work for you. If it does not work, then search for THE CELL THEORY SONG BY MR. TAMEZ and click on the youtube video.)

11) Start working on paper #36.

***HOMEWORK***

Due THURSDAY

1) Online Reading

DATES OF LUNAR AND SOLALR ECLIPSES IN 2015 AND 2016

WHY DOES THE MOON LOOK RED DURING A TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE?

WHAT YOU WOULD POSSIBLY SEE IN CONCORD (BOW), NH.

2) Check the portal....Do you have any missing work? (We are getting near the end of the quarter!

 

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***CLASS WORK***

1) What YOUTUBE videos are left that you need to watch? Do so this period.

2) Pass out PAPER #37, AMEOBA SISTERS VIDEO RECAP

3) My Schoolhouse: Cells- READ and DO QUESTIONS ONLINE

4) LEARNING ABOUT CELLS (Indiana) ***Start on PAGE 9 please.

5) Work on paper #36. When finished, keep it in your binder for now.

6) Work on paper #37. When finished, keep it in your binder for now.

7) Extra time? Do some online cell quizzes!

***HOMEWORK***

None :-)

 

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***CLASS WORK***

1) Write down homework. :-)

2) Pick up from where you left off yesterday!

*) My Schoolhouse: Cells- READ and DO QUESTIONS ONLINE

*) LEARNING ABOUT CELLS (Indiana) ***Start on PAGE 9 please.

*) Work on paper #36. When finished, keep it in your binder for now. (If the website you are directed to does NOT give you all of the information you need, you may search the internet on your own.)

*) Work on paper #37. When finished, keep it in your binder for now.

3) If you chose, you may work on challenge puzzles during the last half of class.

***HOMEWORK***

None Have a wonderful 3 day weekend!

 

JANUARY 19, 2015

NO SCHOOL- MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY

 

20 Short science 1, 4, and 5. No science2 and 3 today.

CLASS WORK

1) Write down homework. :-)

2) Pass out the last page of PAPER #36. Please STAPLE it to paper #36.

3) Pick up from where you left off on Friday!

*) My Schoolhouse: Cells- READ and DO QUESTIONS ONLINE

*) LEARNING ABOUT CELLS (Indiana) ***Start on PAGE 9 please.

*) Work on paper #36. When finished, keep it in your binder for now. (If the website you are directed to does NOT give you all of the information you need, you may search the internet on your own.)

*) Work on paper #37. When finished, keep it in your binder for now.

HOMEWORK

None :-)

 

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CLASS WORK

1) Last reminder to check the portal for missing work!!! Remember, all missing work must be HANDED to me no later than the BEGINNING of class TOMORROW!

2) Pass out and discuss PAPER #38, SOME CELL WORDS!

3) If time:

*) Work on paper #36. When finished, keep it in your binder for now. (If the website you are directed to does NOT give you all of the information you need, you may search the internet on your own.)

*) Work on paper #37. When finished, keep it in your binder for now.

HOMEWORK

1) Spelling Quiz on FRIDAY:

WORDS 1-10

2) Spelling Quiz on TUESDAY:

WORDS 11-18

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CLASS WORK

1) Please correct this typo on paper #38: VAC-U-oles

2) Add in NEW HOMEWORK: Paper #36 is due on MONDAY. If you have been sick for 2 or more days last week and / or this week, please SEE ME!

2) If you still have cell models SUPPLIES here, take them home today.

3) Watch: INNER LIFE OF A CELL BILL NYE YOU TUBE

4) Work on paper #36.

5) Work on paper #37.

6) Study paper #38...If you know words 1-10, then be learning words 11-18!

HOMEWORK

1) Spelling Quiz on FRIDAY:

WORDS 1-10

2) Spelling Quiz on TUESDAY:

WORDS 11-18

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CLASS WORK

***You are NOT working on PAPERS #36 AND 37 TODAY!

1) Pass out PAPER #39,SPELLING QUIZ- CELL WORDS 1-10

2) Take QUIZ words 1-10 (paper #39).

3) Pass out PAPER #PAPER #40, CELL CITY ANALOGY and A CELL CROSSWORD PUZZLE.

4) Begin working on paper #40. Use a laptop to help you.

*) Wash your hands!

HOMEWORK

1) Paper #36 is due on Monday.

2) Spelling Quiz on TUESDAY:

WORDS 11-18

 

JANUARY 26 , 2015

CLASS WORK

1) Been absent? Please see me.

2) Paper #36 is due today.

3) Update homework in your assignment book for today AND tomorrow.

4) Discuss cell word spelling quiz in periods 3,4,and 5. On Weds, you will be taking the entire quiz: words 1-18.

5) Begin to discuss cell word definitions. Write the definitions beside each word (or on the back of the paper) on paper #36.

The words we covered today are:

1) CELL- basic (smallest) unit of life

2) PROTOPLASM = nucleus + cytoplasm ("the whole cell")

3) CYTOPLASM-jelly-like and holds cell's organelles

4) CELL MEMBRANE- holds the animal cell together; is around the OUTSIDE of the animal cell; also present in a plant cell, but is inside the cell wall

5) NUCLEUS- the cell's "brain" / control center; (helps with reproduction)

6) NUCLEAR MEMBRANE- holds the nucleus together; is around the nucleus

*) Wash your hands!

HOMEWORK

1) Spelling Quiz on WEDNESDAY: WORDS 11-18 for periods 1 and 2. For periods 3, 4, and 5, you will be quizzed on words 1-18.

2) For Wednesday, KNOW cell word definitions 1-6 AND be able to label them in a cell diagram.

 

 

 

27 NO SCHOOL- SNOW DAY

HOMEWORK

1) Spelling Quiz on WEDNESDAY: WORDS 11-18 for periods 1 and 2. For periods 3, 4, and 5, you will be quizzed on words 1-18.

2) For Wednesday, KNOW cell word definitions AND be able to label them in a cell diagram.

 

 

 

 

 

28 DELAYED OPENING- SHORTENED CLASSES

CLASS WORK

1) Cell Word QUIZ

2) Been absent? Please see me.

3) Any late /absent paper #36s?

4) Discuss cell word definitions. Write the definitions beside each word (or on the back of the paper) on paper #36.

The words we covered today are:

7) ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM- "tubes"- store materials and move proteins ("think" ziti pasta). There are 2 types of ER...SMOOTH and ROUGH

8) RIBOSOMES- VERY tiny; make protein; found in the cytoplasm and on the ROUGH endoplasmic reticulum

5) Wash your hands!

HOMEWORK

Due FRIDAY

1) KNOW cell word definitions #1-8 AND be able to label them in a cell diagram.

2) This is a great EXAMPLE OF TECHNOLOGY! Watch this video, OFF THE 3-D PRINTER, PRACTICE PARTS FOR THE SURGEON

 

 

 

 

29 SCHOOL SPELLING BEE

CLASS WORK

Period 1- 10 mins, no period 2

periods 3, 4, and 5 got PAPER #41, COLORING DIRECTIONS and PAPER #42, THE GENERALIZED CELL (animal cell)

HOMEWORK

Due FRIDAY

1) KNOW cell word definitions #1-8 AND be able to label them in a cell diagram.

2) This is a great example of technology! Watch this video, OFF THE 3-D PRINTER, PRACTICE PARTS FOR THE SURGEON

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CLASS WORK

1) We discussed papers #41 and #42. (THINK: "The hurrier I go, the behinder I get!"...Get ahead, be a happy tourtoise!)

2) Write "mitochondra- PLURAL" on paper #42. MITOCHONDRIA is the PLURAL of MITOCHONDRION.

3) Periods 4 and 5 began working on them.

4) If you are absent today, please be sure to see me when you return so we can discuss papers #41 and #42.

HOMEWORK

None

FEBRUARY 2, 2015

NO SCHOOL SNOW DAY

 

FEBRUARY 3

DELAYED OPENING- shortened classes

CLASS WORK

1) Write down homework word for word for today, Weds, and Thurs.

2) Get out paper #38, Cell Words. Discuss and copy down definitions (words 9-16). We may not get all of this done, but will finish tomorrow in class.

HOMEWORK

1) Due THURSDAY.....Check website to finish defintions on paper #38. EVERYONE must check! (This has changed...We will be doing them in class tomorrow.)

2) Due THURSDAY.......Finish paper #40 (analagy and Xword).

3) Due FRIDAY...........Know definitions for all words....Pay closest ATTENTION to the following words: ..CELL MEMBRANE, .............NUCLEUS, .............CELL WALL, .............CHLOROPLASTS, and...... MITOCHONDRIA.

4) Here is a CLUE #2!!There is not a quiz tomorrow.

FEBRUARY 4

CLASS WORK

1) Get out paper #38, Cell Words. Finish discussing and copying down definitions (words 9-16).

2) Everyone should check homework below for a new CLUE and EXTRA CREDIT details!

3) Time in class to study definitions together.

4) Watch and discuss: Short video: An amoeba's lunch!(1 amoeba and 2 paramecia)

HOMEWORK

1)) Due THURSDAY.......Finish paper #40 (analagy and Xword). ****Press HERE for a NEW CLUE for TODAY! Use this website to help you finish the crossword puzzle!

3) Due FRIDAY...........Know definitions for all words.... Here is a CLUE!! Pay closest ATTENTION to the following words: ..CELL MEMBRANE, .............NUCLEUS, .............CELL WALL, .............CHLOROPLASTS, and...... MITOCHONDRIA.

4) Another CLUE!!There is not a quiz tomorrow.

5) EXTRA CREDIT due FRIDAY

Important!

*) There are 8 questions in all.

*) You can use the internet to help you.

*) In order to earn the 10 points toward your next quiz/test, ALL of YOUR ANSWERS MUST BE CORRECT! ("all or nothing"!)

*) Paper must be TYPED!

*) Put a COMPLETE HEADING on your paper (paper #41). (I will accept: NAME, SCIENCE ___, HOMEROOM, PAPER 43.)

*) List the numbers 1-8 down the LEFT side of your paper.

*) ANSWER questions 1-7. You answer will be either "P" for prokaryote or "E" for eukaryote.

Remember: All living things (organisms) are made up of cells. Cells are the smallest unit of life able to carry out the functions an organism needs to stay alive- like eat, breathe, and reproduce.

There are two types of cells: PROKARYOTE and EUKARYOTE.

QUESTIONS 1-7:

A) This type of cell..........

1) has a "true" nucleus (membrane around it) with DNA inside.

2) contains membrane bound organelles.

3) has DNA that is free floating.

4) is believed to be older.

5) is more complex and larger.

6) is only unicellular.

7) can be both unicellular and multicellular.

QUESTION #8:

B) Think about today's video: An amoeba's lunch!

8) For this question:

a) Make two columns ON YOUR PAPER.

b) The title for the first column is: EXAMPLES OF PROKARYOTES.

The title for the second column is: EXAMPLES OF EUKARYOTES.

c) Put the examples (see below) in the correct list. Please make your list in a VERTICAL form. (Make the list going DOWN your paper, not "across".

QUESTION #8 EXAMPLES:

amoeba

grass

mushrooms

bacteria

paramecium

humans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FEBRUARY 5

CLASSWORK

1) Pass in paper #40.

2) Review directions for generalized (animal) cell coloring.

3) Work on coloring.

HOMEWORK

1) Due TOMORROW ...........Know definitions for all words.... Here is a CLUE!! Pay closest ATTENTION to the following words: ..CELL MEMBRANE, .............NUCLEUS, .............CELL WALL, .............CHLOROPLASTS, and...... MITOCHONDRIA.

2) EXTRA CREDIT due FRIDAY

Important!

*) There are 8 questions in all.

*) You can use the internet to help you.

*) In order to earn the 10 points toward your next quiz/test, ALL of YOUR ANSWERS MUST BE CORRECT! ("all or nothing"!)

*) Paper must be TYPED!

*) Put a COMPLETE HEADING on your paper (paper #41). (I will accept: NAME, SCIENCE ___, HOMEROOM, PAPER 43.)

*) List the numbers 1-8 down the LEFT side of your paper.

*) ANSWER questions 1-7. You answer will be either "P" for prokaryote or "E" for eukaryote.

Remember: All living things (organisms) are made up of cells. Cells are the smallest unit of life able to carry out the functions an organism needs to stay alive- like eat, breathe, and reproduce.

There are two types of cells: PROKARYOTE and EUKARYOTE.

QUESTIONS 1-7:

A) This type of cell..........

1) has a "true" nucleus (membrane around it) with DNA inside.

2) contains membrane bound organelles.

3) has DNA that is free floating.

4) is believed to be older.

5) is more complex and larger.

6) is only unicellular.

7) can be both unicellular and multicellular.

QUESTION #8:

B) Think about today's video: An amoeba's lunch!

8) For this question:

a) Make two columns ON YOUR PAPER.

b) The title for the first column is: EXAMPLES OF PROKARYOTES.

The title for the second column is: EXAMPLES OF EUKARYOTES.

c) Put the examples (see below) in the correct list. Please make your list in a VERTICAL form. (Make the list going DOWN your paper, not "across".

QUESTION #8 EXAMPLES:

amoeba

grass

mushrooms

bacteria

paramecium

humans

 

 

 

 

 

FEBRUARY 6

CLASSWORK

(s.q.)

1) Any late work or extra credit?

2) Work on Generalized Cell Coloring (paper #42). If you finish, please give it to me.

3) Get PAPER #44, THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF LIFE. Start working. Try to do what you can without any resources. Then use your notes / internet.

HOMEWORK

Cell vocabulary Test on Tuesday

FEBRUARY 9, 2015

NO SCHOOL SNOW DAY

 

FEBRUARY 10

CLASS WORK

1) Write down homework for today, Weds, and Thurs.

2) Get a laptop. We will be logging into Google Classroom.

3) Be sure to get paper #44 (BLUE paper, TWO sheets) if you have not done so already.

4) Work on Generalized Cell coloring. When you finish, please give it to me. (This is NOT homework tonight.)

5) Work on paper #44 (blue sheets). Try to do it with no resources if you can. Otherwise use your notes ? a computer.

6) If you finish (or have already finished) paper #44, check it with a key.

***Everyone needs to check this website tonight...LOOK at homework!!***

HOMEWORK

1) Finish paper #44 (blue papers) if you have not done so already.

***Here is the ANSWER KEY for paper #44. I will only be writing ONLY PART OF EACH ANSWER!!!

*) cell membrane...controls what comes into and out of a cell; found in plant and animal cells...Members only can come and go.

*) cell wall...ridged outer layer...brick wall

*) cytoplasm...Gel-like fluid...Sail through my plasma.

*) mitochondria...Produces the energy a cell..."mighty" powerhouse.

*) lysosomes...Uses chemicals to break down...I clean things up.

*) vacuoles...Stores food, water, wastes...I'll store anything...

*) Golgi Bodies...Receives proteins and materials...I'm a "GOLden"...

*) Cholorplasts...Captures energy from the sunlight and uses it...Make me something sweet to eat...

*) Endoplasmic Reticulum...Has passageways that carry proteins...I'm a transportER...

*) Ribosomes...Assesembles amino acids...I make "some"...

*) Nucleus...Control center of the cell...I'm the control...

*) Nucleolus...Found inside the nucleus...I am the little nucleus.

*) Chromatin...Tiny strands inside the nucleus...I'm a "tin" of information...

2) Okay quiz (paper #43). (There will NOT be a correction grade for this quiz, as EXTRA CREDIT was offered!)

****For question #6, this is the link to the video that you had for HW: This is a great EXAMPLE OF TECHNOLOGY! Watch this video, OFF THE 3-D PRINTER, PRACTICE PARTS FOR THE SURGEON

3) Cell Vocabulary Test TOMORROW. It will be MULTIPLE CHOICE...Study the BLUE PAPER!!!!!! Use QUIZLET to help you study...flashcards, games...

4) Cell Analogy Test on Friday. You will be studying the Cell Analogy Paper (which you will get back tomorrow) and the BLUE PAPER. Be sure you understand the material, don't just memorize it.

FEBRUARY 11

CLASS WORK

1) Cell Vocabulary Test

We are using Google Classroom!!!

2) Return Cell Analogy paper and okay the front side with key.

HOMEWORK

Cell Analogy Test on Friday. You will be studying the Cell Analogy Paper (which you will get back tomorrow) and the BLUE PAPER. Be sure you understand the material, don't just memorize it.

 

 

 

 

FEBRUARY 12

CLASS WORK

1) Check updated homework

2) Make up tests?

3) Watch the following videos. They should be a good review for tomorrow. Please try any online questions / quizzes that go with the videos.

a) THE CELL

b)EUKARYOTIC CELLS

c) CELL STRUCTURE

HOMEWORK

1) Cell Analogy Test tomorrow. You will be studying the Cell Analogy Paper and the BLUE PAPER and these words: protoplasm, nuclear membrane, organelles, eukaryote , and prokaryote. Be sure you understand the material, don't just memorize it.

2) The Generalized Cell Diagrams are due on or before Wednesday, Feb 18.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FEBRUARY 13

CLASS WORK

1) The Table of Contents is BACK!!!

2) Cell Analogy Test

HOMEWORK

1) The Generalized Cell Diagrams are due on or before Wednesday, Feb 18.

2) If you have any late or missing work that has not been passed in, it must be completed and passed in no later than Wednesday, February 18. Otherwise, you will earn a zero.

3) If you have both 1 and 2 done, then you do not have any homework! :-)

 

FEBRUARY 16 DELAYED OPENING

CLASS WORK

1) Write down the homework that applies to you.

2) Make up any tests (spelling, analogy)?

Pass out:

PAPER #47, HOW ARE LIVING THINGS ORGANIZED?

#48, OVERVIEW OF BODY SYSTEMS

3) Begin reading papers (carefully!).

HOMEWORK

***All homework is due on WEDNESDAY!

1) Hope everyone had a great Valentine's Day! CLICK HERE ;-)

2) Read the following article AND watch the video!

THE PHYSICS OF POPCORN: WATCH THE EXPLOSION IN SLOW MOTION

2) The Generalized Cell Diagrams are due on or before Wednesday, Feb 18.

2) If you have any late or missing work that has not been passed in, it must be completed and passed in no later than Wednesday, February 18. Otherwise, you will earn a zero.

 

17

CLASS WORK

Begin discussion of human body systems using biology for kids website.

HOMEWORK

***All homework is due TOMORROW!

1) Hope everyone had a great Valentine's Day! CLICK HERE ;-)

2) Read the following article AND watch the video!

THE PHYSICS OF POPCORN: WATCH THE EXPLOSION IN SLOW MOTION

3) The Generalized Cell Diagrams....must be finished if not already done.

4) If you have any late or missing work that has not been passed in, it must be completed and passed in no later than tomorrow. Otherwise, you will earn a zero.

18

CLASS WORK

1) The Generalized Cell Diagram is due today.

2) All late work is due today.

2) Ok Xword puzzle.

3) Pass back Super Duper Cell Webquest.

4) Pass back misc papers.

HOMEWORK

DUE FRIDAY

Read the article and watch the videos. (One video is 12 minutes long.) HAND OF A SUPERHERO

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CLASS WORK

Work on papers #47 and 48.

HOMEWORK

Be sure that your Table of Contents is up to date. (Remember, you can print one out!)

 

 

 

 

 

My Notes....ignore

CELL OVERVIEW QUIZ

inside the human body

QUIZLET

Read the article and watch the videos. (One video is 12 minutes long.) HAND OF A SUPERHERO

THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM (YouTube)

HOW EMBRYOS GROW (ScienceTake)

FIVE LEGGED KANGAROO? (ScienceTake)

LENGTH OF LASHES...

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CLASS WORK

1) Pass out PAPER #49, ENERGY- PHOTOSYNTHESIS & RESPIRATION.

2) Begin reading paper #49 together and discussing it as you go along.

HOMEWORK

None...Have a wonderful vacation!

 

December 2014

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

DECEMBER 1, 2014

***CLASS WORK***

1) Break into two teams...Questions on moon phases, seasons, etc.

***HOMEWORK***

None :-)

 

 

2

***CLASS WORK***

1) Write down homework.

2) READ THIS ARTICLE NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!! LUNAR ELCLIPSE COMPARED TO SOLAR ECLIPSE

3) Work on PAPER #29, ECLIPSES. ****Remember to use COMPLETE SENTENCES for questions #1-6! You may go online for information to help you.

4) BRAINPOP movie

5) BRAINPOP quiz

6) PHYSICS FOR KIDS: GRAVITY

7) EARTH SCIENCE FOR KIDS: TIDES

8) TIDES

9) THE OCEAN'S TIDES EXPLAINED

***HOMEWORK***

None :-)

 

 

 

3 DELAYED OPENING-shortened classes

***CLASS WORK***

1) Finish paper #29 from yesterday. (If you do not finish in class, come back during study.)

2) Quiz yourself online. (Be sure there are answers!)

Topics: ECLIPSES, SEASONS, MOON PHASES, TIDES...Spend the most time on the topic(s) with which you are least familiar.

***HOMEWORK***

None!

4

***CLASS WORK***

1) Fill in assignment book for today through Tuesday. (fyi...I can assign more HW.)

2) Read this! EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW: DECEMBER SOLSTICE. Be sure to read to the end of the article...Keep scrolling down!

3) If you have not done so, watch the BRAINPOP movie.

4) Next, complete the BRAINPOP quiz.

5) Grab a laptop and begin on PAPER #30, TIDES. ........Use COMPLETE SENTENCE ANSWERS. Remember that "COMPLETE SENTENCE ANSWERS" means that you REPEAT the QUESTION in your ANSWER.***You may TYPE your answers. ****For QUESTIONS 2-6, USE THE LETTERS (A,B,C,D) FOR YOUR ANSWERS. (And, yes, please write these in complete sentence answers as well!)

Websites to help you:

TIDES-quick info

LUNAR TIDES

PHYSICS FOR KIDS: GRAVITY

EARTH SCIENCE FOR KIDS: TIDES

BRAINPOP movie.

TIDES

THE OCEAN'S TIDES EXPLAINED

TIDES-spring, neap

EXPLANATION OF THE TIDES

6) Late work (Table of contents and paper #29)

***HOMEWORK***

QUIZ on ROTATION, REVOLUTION, SEASONS....next Wednesday, Dec 10.

 

 

5

***CLASS WORK***

Quiz Game: rotation, revolution, seasons, etc.

***HOMEWORK***

QUIZ on ROTATION, REVOLUTION, SEASONS....next Wednesday, Dec 10.

 

DECEMBER 8, 2014

***CLASS WORK***

1) Collect moon observation papers (#27).

2) Begin ROTATION, REVOLUTION, SEASONS ACTIVITY

***HOMEWORK***

QUIZ on ROTATION, REVOLUTION, SEASONS....Wednesday>>>> Use paper #25....Scroll to November 19 and 20 on this site to find links to rotation, revolution, and seasons information.

 

 

9

***CLASS WORK***

1) Science 1 only: Collect moon observation papers (#27)!

2) QUIZ is changed to FRIDAY.

3) Continue with ROTATION, REVOLUTION, SEASONS ACTIVITY

***HOMEWORK***

QUIZ on ROTATION, REVOLUTION, SEASONS.... tomorrow>>>>>Use paper #25....Scroll to November 19 and 20 on this site to find links to rotation, revolution, and seasons information.

 

10

***CLASS WORK***

Continue with ROTATION, REVOLUTION, SEASONS ACTIVITY

***HOMEWORK***

QUIZ on ROTATION, REVOLUTION, SEASONS.... Changed to Friday>>>>>Use paper #25 AND #22....Scroll to November 19 and 20 on this site to find links to rotation, revolution, and seasons information.

 

11

***CLASS WORK***

1) There is a change in plans again!?! In order to be fair to band/chorus students, we will NOT be continuing with the activity today that we have been doing on Monday and Tuesday. We will do some other work today and pick up with the activity again on Friday. This means that the QUIZ will now be on MONDAY!

2) 10-15 minutes to study paper #22 with a partner.

3) Work on homework. Try completing them without any resources. then use a laptop to help you if you need to! DO paper #31 FIRST. Then do paper #32!

PAPER #31, REASONS FOR SEASONS CONCEPT MAP

PAPER #32 REASONS FOR SEASONS (fill in the blanks)

***HOMEWORK***

step 1) QUIZ on ROTATION, REVOLUTION, SEASONS.... MONDAY>>>>>Use paper #22 AND #25....Scroll to November 19 and 20 on this site to find links to rotation, revolution, and seasons information.

step 2) Papers #31 and 32 are due tomorrow. IF you are PARTICIPATING in the CONCERT tonight, papers #31 and 32 are due ON MONDAY.

step 2) This is a great site (quick and easy to understand) to look at if you need some information on seasons. SEASONAL CHANGES

step 3) PAPER #25 ANSWERS

1 AND 2) Describe our position relative to the sun when we have day and when we have night.

At any time half of the Earth faces the sun. This part has DAY. The other half of the Earth faces away from the Sun. It receives no light. It is dark and has NIGHT.

(This is some more information. ...We have day and night because the Earth rotates. It spins on its axis, which is an imaginary line passing through the North and South Poles. The Earth takes a whole day (24 hours) to makea complete turn. The sun is the source of light for day.)

3) Label the diagram below with Aphelion and Perihelion (Go to this site for the answer.)

Label the diagram below with Aphelion and Perihelion. Add the season for number 1 and 2.

4) Label the diagram below with Aphelion and Perihelion (Go to this site for the answer.) *******You will see aphelion and Perihelion labeled. ********Add the season for number 1 and 2.

The answer to number 1 is SUMMER.****The answer to number 2 is WINTER.**** There is also a number 3. Number 3 is the SUN!

5) Thoroughly describe in your own words what causes the seasons.

THE SEASONS AND AXIS TILT

REASONS FOR THE SEASONS

WHY WE HAVE SEASONS

6) Thoroughly defend the following statement: Distance from the sun is in no way the cause of the seasons.

• The Earth’s orbit is nearly circular; this is evidence that seasons are
not caused by changes in Earth’s distance from the Sun.
• Different parts of the Earth have different average temperatures
at the same time; this is evidence that seasons are not caused by
changes in Earth’s distance from the Sun.
• Scientific explanations are based on evidence from investigations.

7) Label the diagram below with the angle of measurement of the tilt of the earth AND label the seasons in the northern hemishphe.

SEASONS IMAGE

12

***CLASS WORK***

1) Geminid Meteor Showers

2) Continue with ROTATION, REVOLUTION, SEASONS ACTIVITY

3) New HW piece: check HW online over the weekend.

***HOMEWORK***

QUIZ on ROTATION, REVOLUTION, SEASONS.... MONDAY>>>>>Use paper #22 AND #25....Scroll to November 19 and 20 on this site to find links to rotation, revolution, and seasons information. (Keep scrolling down to find the November calendar!)

This is a great site (quick and easy to understand) to look at if you need some information on seasons. SEASONAL CHANGES

OKAY papers #31 and 32!

Answers for papers #31: away from, lower, less, colder, toward, higher, more, warmer

Answers for papers #32: PARAGRAPH ONE...rotates, 24, day, 365, year, orbit, sun, answer will vary...It will be YOUR AGE for the next two blanks

PARAGRAPH TWO...circle, warmer, colder

PARAGRAPH THREE...23.5 degrees, Polaris

PARAGRAPH FOUR...tilt, summer, Northern, winter, Hemishere, Southern

PARAGRAPH FIVE (BACK SIDE OF PAPER)...winter, lower, less, least

PARAGRAPH SIX...summer, higher, more, more, most, solstice

PARAGRAPH SEVEN(Ok, snetence 7!)...equinoxes

PARAGRAPH EIGHT...axis, elliptical

 

 

 

DECEMBER 15, 2014

***CLASS WORK***

1) QUIZ- PAPER #33

(w2 p 31&32; rubric)

***HOMEWORK***

If you have not completed Friday's homework, please do so tonight. (Go to Friday's HW on this site!)

Due Thursday

1) CLICK: See it! Great PHOTOS of the 2014GEMINID METEOR SHOWER!

2) CLICK: HOW TO SPOT THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION

3) High plains storms are some of the most beautiful and wild in the world. The person who shot this video spent May – September 2014 photographing all types of severe weather in Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Colorado. This time lapse project is a result of that effort. From rainbows to tornadoes, there is a little bit of everything in here. Go online and search for: BEST STORM FOOTAGE EVER?

16 NO SCHOOL Teacher Workshop Day

***HOMEWORK***

Due Thursday

1) CLICK: See it! Great PHOTOS of the 2014GEMINID METEOR SHOWER!

2) CLICK: HOW TO SPOT THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION

3) High plains storms are some of the most beautiful and wild in the world. The person who shot this video spent May – September 2014 photographing all types of severe weather in Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Colorado. This time lapse project is a result of that effort. From rainbows to tornadoes, there is a little bit of everything in here. Go online and search for: BEST STORM FOOTAGE EVER?

 

17

***CLASS WORK***

1) CLIMATE

2) WATER CYCLE

***HOMEWORK***

1) Due tomorrow

1) CLICK: See it! Great PHOTOS of the 2014GEMINID METEOR SHOWER!

2) CLICK: HOW TO SPOT THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION

3) High plains storms are some of the most beautiful and wild in the world. The person who shot this video spent May – September 2014 photographing all types of severe weather in Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Colorado. This time lapse project is a result of that effort. From rainbows to tornadoes, there is a little bit of everything in here. Go online and search for: BEST STORM FOOTAGE EVER?

 

 

18

***CLASS WORK***

1) Watch short video on the water cycle.

2) Introduce and discuss the SUN, EARTH, MOON RUBRIC, PAPER #35

3) Break into groups / choose to work alone.

4) You will have class time tomorrow to start planning and working on your model.

***HOMEWORK***

Organize for your model.

 

 

 

19

***CLASS WORK***

Sunday is the WINTER SOLSTICE!

1) Discussion / questions

2) Begin planning / working on your model.

***HOMEWORK***

Models

 

 

DECEMBER 22, 2014

***CLASS WORK***

Working period for models

***HOMEWORK***

Models

 

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***CLASS WORK***

Working period for models

***HOMEWORK***Officially None (If you would like to work on your models, you are free to do so. Be sure to bring what you need for class on Monday after vacation.)...Have a great vacation!

 

 

 

 

 

 

24 NO SCHOOL :-) See you on the 5th of January!

 

 

 

 

25 NO SCHOOL :-) See you on the 5th of January!

 

 

26 NO SCHOOL :-) See you on the 5th of January!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

November 2014

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

November 3, 2014

***CLASS WORK***

(surprise quiz)

1) CLICK ON: THE EARTH AND BEYOND

a) Find the listing of topics (INDEX) on the left hand side of the screen.

b) Click on the INTRODUCTION TO THE EARTH AND BEYOND.. Read this ONE PAGE introduction. Understand that this site is from Manchester, ENGLAND, not Manchester, NH!

c) (1) Go back to the INDEX and click on SHADOWS.

c) (2) The first page is an animation. You need to change the time and UNDERSTAND the shadows! Use the CHANGE TIME BUTTON, the RULER (Click on and drag the ruler to the shadow.), and the COMPASS!

c) (3) Next, there is a 3 question quiz. Do it until you KNOW the answers. You will be putting these questions onto paper #22. (See next step.)

c) (4) Next, create PAPER #22, QUIZ QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR INTRODUCTION TO THE EARTH AND BEYOND. See below :

*TYPE PAPER #22 on the computer. (Use WORD or google.)

*COMPLETE heading

* NUMBER AND TYPE OUT EACH QUESTION with the CO