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1 Environmental Science Agendas Fall 2013

2 To get Textbook on-line Go to my.hrw.com Login: allper_stude – Fill in the _ with your period number – Example: if you are in 4 th period, your login would be allper4stude Password: – Per 1: k8j6s – Per 4: p9s7b – Per 5: v2t7z

3 REMIND 101 Text to Period Period Period Period Period

4 Environmental Science: M 11/4 Turn in Water Footprint Webquest Returns Warm Up 1.Review Unit Vocabulary list. Write down terms you feel we have not yet discussed in class. Remaining info bits. Review Ch 11.1 ws & Ch 11.2 answers. Discuss webquest info. Review warm-up answers from last Friday, 10/25 HW: print out and bring to class tomorrow: – Aquatic Ecosystems powerpoint slides 1-27; – Freshwater powerpoint Test Thursday: Freshwater (Ch 7.1 & Ch 11 + extras from field trip and video)CURRENT EVENT DUE FRIDAY

5 Environmental Science: Th 10/31 Warm Up 1.What are the steps of water treatment? 2.What are the steps of wastewater treatment? Ch 11.3: 2 notes from each paragraph (26 ¶) Ch 11.2: Read and answer Reading Checks and section 2 review Qs #1-5 MEET ME IN MEDIA CENTER TOMORROW Test Wednesday

6 Wastewater Treatment Grit screen Primary: Settlement basin – sludge settles out and transported to landfill, incinerator or fertilizer Secondary: Biological process - Add bacteria + oxygen (aerobic) Secondary clarifier (recycle bacteria – eats more waste) Tertiary treatment – chlorination or UV radiation – kills germs

7 Water Treatment Withdrawal from river aeration Coagulation (alum) Floculation Sedimentation Filtration Disinfection & fluoridation (chlorine & fluoride) Distribution

8 Environmental Science: W 10/30/13 Turn in Ch 11.1 guided reading ws Turn in Water Distribution mini-lab if you still have it Guest Speaker Kathleen Lemley from Cobb County Water System Ch notes from each paragraph (26 ¶) – Now due Friday BRING TEXTBOOK TOMORROW Test Wednesday

9 Environmental Science: T 10/29 1 st per Warm Up 1.How much of the worlds total water is available to us as fresh surface water, in total %? 2.What are other methods of obtaining drinking water for areas without fresh surface water? CW/HW: – Complete Water Distribution mini-lab & turn in – Complete 11.1 guided reading – due tomorrow – Ch 11, section 3: due Thursday 1.Read, 2.Write each section title (including red subsections) 3.take 2 important notes from each paragraph (26 ¶s) Test next Wednesday: Freshwater (Ch 7.1 & Ch 11 + extras from field trip and video)

10 Environmental Science: T 10/29 4 th & 5 th per Warm Up 1.How much of the worlds total water is available to us as fresh surface water, in total %? 2.What are other methods of obtaining drinking water for areas without fresh surface water? Turn in 11.1 guided reading CW/HW: – Complete Water Distribution mini-lab & turn in – Ch 11, section 3: now due Thursday 1.Write each section title (including red subsections) 2.take 2 important notes from each paragraph (26 ¶s) Test next Wednesday: Freshwater (Ch 7.1 & Ch 11 + extras from field trip and video)

11 Environmental Science: M 10/28 Warm Up 1)What is it called when water gets taken up through plants and sent back to the atmosphere through their leaves? 2)How does water get back into an aquifer? CW/HW: Ch 11, section 1: Complete Guided Reading – due tomorrow Ch 11, section 3: due Wednesday 1.Read, 2.Write each section title (including red subsections) 3.take 2 important notes from each paragraph Test next Wednesday: Freshwater (Ch 7.1 & Ch 11 + extras from field trip)

12 Environmental Science: F 10/25 1.Summarize three main points from yesterdays Poisoned Waters video. 2.What is the endocrine system? Answer #3-6 during the video: 3.How do the endocrine disruptors, PCBs and other toxic chemicals get into the waterways? 4.How do they end up in our drinking water? 5.How do they end up in our food? 6.Video notes: list all sources of pollutants to the bay as they are discussed in the video. Chesapeake Bay video: Poisoned Waters

13 Environmental Science: W 10/23 Feedback on field trip (Write on a separate sheet): 1.Your Group names (~5) 2.General impression 3.What you liked 4.What you didnt like 5.Suggest improvements Class Data collection and analysis Complete macroinvertebrate M&M lab

14 Environmental Science: M 10/21 Stamp vocab #33 – 59 Warm Up 1.What is a macroinvertebrate? 2.What is a bioindicator? 3.How do we use macroinvertebrates as bioindicators? Field trip instructions Macroinvertebrate graphing activity (w/ M&Ms !)

15 Field Trip Instructions Allergies? Come prepared (epipen, if needed) Dress for the weather – Sneakers or other closed shoes – Sweatshirt/light jacket/rain gear Pack a lunch that doesnt have to be refrigerated $ if you wish to shop at gift shop (if time) Buses leave FROM SCIENCE BUILDING AT 8:20 – 1 st per, first bus – 4 th per, second bus – 5 th per, 3 rd bus

16 Environmental Science: F 10/18 TURN IN FIELD TRIP FORMS/$ Current event – share and turn in No Warm Up CW/HW: Complete vocabulary #33 – 59 Due Monday note – some will need to be looked up on line

17 Environmental Science: Th 10/17 Turn in Chattahoochee River article Organized Notes Stamp Dam Debate argument points Current Event DUE TOMORROW Tomorrow is LAST DAY to turn in field trip permission forms. Warm Up 1)Describe solutions to river pollution 2)How does desalination work? 3)What are 2 advantages and 2 disadvantages of desalination?

18 Environmental Science: W 10/16 TURN IN FIELD TRIP FORMS/$ Take organized notes on Chattahoochee River History Article Write 5 bulleted arguments for tomorrows debate Current event due Friday

19 Environmental Science: T 10/15 TURN IN FIELD TRIP FORMS/$ Warm Up 1.Brainstorm some benefits of dams. 2.Brainstorm some negative effects of dams. Notes on water management. CW/HW: 1.Take organized notes on The Community Pond Pre- Visit Information – due Thursday (class time will be given tomorrow to work on this) 2.Current Event due Friday 3.Prepare for dam debate Thursday (create bulleted list of at least 5 arguments)

20 Environmental Science: M 10/14 TURN IN FIELD TRIP FORMS/$ Complete Watershed Woes pollution activity – turn in Notes on Freshwater Aquatic ecosystems

21 Environmental Science: F 10/11 TURN IN FIELD TRIP FORMS/$ Warm Up 1.What is a watershed? 2.Brainstorm some possible sources of pollution in rivers. Stamp vocab #1-32 Watershed Woes pollution activity

22 Environmental Science: Th 10/10 TURN IN FIELD TRIP FORMS/$ Warm Up 1.How does temperature affect dissolved oxygen (DO) levels in aquatic ecosystems? 2.How does current/turbulence affect DO levels in aquatic ecosystems? CW/HW: complete test corrections Vocab #1-32 – due tomorrow

23 Environmental Science: W 10/9 Turn in field trip permission/$$ - due Friday Warm Up 1.List at least 5 different types of aquatic ecosystems (i.e., lakes, etc) 2.List at least 5 abiotic factors that affect organisms in aquatic ecosystems. GREEN CLUB GUEST SPEAKER FROM ENVIRONMENT GEORGIA TODAY AFTER SCHOOL – HERE – SNACKS! CW/HW Test returns/make-ups/corrections – due Friday end of day Aquatic ecosystems vocab – due Friday (class time tomorrow)

24 Environmental Science: W 10/2 Turn in Packet 1.Section 5.1 (Energy Transfer) vocab 2.Section 5.2 (Cycles of Matter) vocab + Qs 3.Section 5.3 (Succession) vacab + Qs 4.Vocab review sheet 5.Transfer of Energy in Ecosystems/Food web ws 6.Carbon Cycle (complete Matter Cycles on back) 7.Predators as Prey (Shark Article notes) Turn in field trip permission – exact change, or donation, please TEST

25 Environmental Science: T 10/1 Warm Up 1.Compare and contrast the matter cycles C, N & P Put Packet together – due tomorrow 1.Section 5.1 (Energy Transfer) vocab 2.Section 5.2 (Cycles of Matter) vocab + Qs 3.Section 5.3 (Succession) vacab + Qs 4.Vocab review sheet 5.Transfer of Energy in Ecosystems/Food web ws 6.Carbon Cycle (complete Matter Cycles on back) 7.Predators as Prey (Shark Article notes) Stamp and review Vocab Review BINGO review TEST WEDNESDAY: How Ecosystems work (Ch 5)

26 Environmental Science: M 9/30 Warm Up 1.What kind of succession is shown in the Mount St. Helens video? Explain. 2.How does an algal bloom lead to oxygen depletion? Notes on phosphorus cycle Review and complete C & O worksheet CW/HW: Ch 5 vocab review TEST WEDNESDAY: How Ecosystems work (Ch 5)

27 Environmental Science: F 9/27 No Warm Up Stamp 5.3 Succession HW NOVA Mount St. Helens: Back from the Dead video, with notes

28 Environmental Science: Th 9/26 Turn in Dead Zones webquest Warm Up 1.How does eutrophication relate to the nitrogen and phosphorus cycles? Short Video notes on eutrophication and succession. Powerpoint on succession CW/HW: Succession Book Work: Ch 5, section 3 – Define vocab, including italics – Answer Section Review Qs p. 141 #1-6 TEST WEDNESDAY: How Ecosystems work (Ch 5)

29 Environmental Science: W 9/25 Green Club After school Wed, Oct. 9 th 3:30 – 4:30 Green Club Meeting: presentation by Environmental Georgia (a non-profit organization that works to protect the Georgia environment) Warm Up 1.What do all fish need to thrive? 2.What do phytoplankton and algae need to thrive? Turn in Food Web Project WITH RUBRIC CW/HW: Dead Zone internet ws TEST WEDNESDAY: How Ecosystems work (Ch 5)

30 Environmental Science: T 9/24 No Warm Up – start working on C & O cycles sheet Stamp and review matter cycles book questions Notes on Nitrogen and phosphorus cycles CW: C & O cycles ws Food Web Project due Tomorrow

31 Environmental Science: M 9/23 Warm Up 1.What are the 3 elements whose cycles are explained in Ch 5.2? 2.What are the three main ingredients of fertilizer? 3.What is the main ingredient of air? CW/HW: Ch 5.2 1) vocab, including italics 2) read 3) answer end of section questions (p. 136) #1-6 thoroughly Food Web Project NOW DUE WEDNESDAY

32 Environmental Science: F 9/20 Stamp graph and article notes No warm up, but get your journal for later Questions on project? Discuss Land to Mouth graph and articles Review quiz (on back of graph) Turn in Land to Mouth, with graph Outdoor activity: 2 column observations Nature Mans effect on nature Food web project due Tuesday

33 Environmental Science: Th 9/19 SIGN UP FOR REMIND 101 No Warm Up Stamp and review Land to Mouth activity Shark Articles CW: complete Land to Mouth graph – due tomorrow BRING TEXT BOOK TOMORROW Apex Predator Food Web due Tuesday

34 Environmental Science: W 9/18 Warm Up 1.Describe the effects on the food web from yesterdays ws if the frog population declined. Stamp energy pyramid Food chain quiz ws & From Land to Mouth activity – due tomorrow Assign APEX predator project – due next Tuesday

35 Environmental Science: T 9/17 Warm Up 1.How does energy transfer in an ecosystem? 2.Does energy cycle in an ecosystem? Explain. 3.Is energy transfer 100% efficient? Explain. CW/HW: Energy pyramid ws – both sides Below FOOD WEB diagram, write in longest food chain you can find. Add in energy % and trophic levels for each organism in chain.

36 Environmental Science: M 9/16 Journal Check Review Fridays warm-up Guided notes on transfer of energy in ecosystems Test corrections due by end of day Friday

37 Environmental Science: F 9/13 Stamp Energy Transfer Vocab Share current events Warm Up 1.What is a food chain? 2.Why do the arrows in a food chain point to the eater? Test corrections Journal check Monday

38 Environmental Science: Th 9/12 Warm Up 1.Predict your test score 2.Reflect on whether you feel you were well enough prepared. If not, what could you have done more? If so, what did you do? Test returns New Unit: How Ecosystems work (Ch 5) CW/HW: Ch 5 Vocabulary, section 1 only, including italics – much + Energy Pyramid Current Event due TOMORROW

39 Environmental Science: W 9/11 Turn in Packet 1.Ch 4 Vocab (#13-40) 2.Scientific Method Vocabulary sheet 3.The Organization of Life (triangle) 4.Pesticide resistance 5.Kingdom VENN diagrams 6.Ch 4 and Sci Method Review Practice 7.p #10-18, 21, 23-24; p117 #1-2 Test

40 Environmental Science: T 9/10/13 Put Packet Together 1.Ch 4 Vocab (#13-40) 2.Scientific Method Vocabulary sheet 3.The Organization of Life (triangle) 4.Pesticide resistance 5.Kingdom VENN diagrams 6.Ch 4 and Sci Method Review Practice 7.Text book work – see below CW/HW: Complete p #10-18, 21, 23-24; p117 #1-2 Quiz returns Stamp VENN and Review Review Review Test tomorrow and Packet due

41 Environmental Science: M 9/9/13 No Warm Up Work on Kingdom VENN sheet (15 minutes) Ch 4 (Organization of Life) Vocab Quiz CW/HW: Ch 4 and Scientific Method review sheet BRING TEXT BOOK TOMORROW TEST WEDNESDAY Current Event Due Friday

42 Environmental Science: F 9/6/13 Warm Up 1.Compare and contrast natural selection and artificial selection. CW: Complete captions under pictures on Pesticide Resistance Coevolution power point examples Vocab QUIZ Monday; Test Wednesday

43 Environmental Science: Th 9/5/13 When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the universe. - John Muir Warm-up 1.Brainstorm the kingdoms from oldest to most recent. 2.Add characteristics to the kingdoms in #1. Notes on Kingdoms of Life Lab make-up today after school Vocab QUIZ Monday; Test Wednesday

44 Environmental Science: W 9/4/13 Returns Warm Up (text ref. pp ) 1.Organize the following from least to most complex: ecosystem, organism, population, community, biome, biosphere 2.Write in what is added between each level from #1. CW: The Organization of Life chart BRING TEXTBOOK TOMORROW Yeast Lab Make-up session Thursday after school Vocab quiz Monday Test Wednesday: Scientific Method; Organization of Life (Ch. 4)

45 Environmental Science: T 9/3/13 In media center graphing data on Excel. All lab sheets turned in.

46 Environmental Science: F 8/30 Stamp remaining vocab sheets Share current events and turn in Graph yeast lab data Happy Labor Day! Lab make-up time next Thursday after school MEET ME IN THE MEDIA CENTER ON TUESDAY – HAVE YOUR LAB DATA READY

47 Environmental Science: Th 8/29 BACK OF ROOM Group 7Group 8 Group 5Group 6 Group 3Group 4 Group 1Group 2 1.Get goggles and apron 2.Sit at your group table 3.Get yeast lab sheet out 4.Complete lab safety quiz, if necessary 5.READ LAB PROCEDURE 6.Wait for further instructions 7.Yeast lab

48 READ LAB PROCEDURE Ice coldroom templuke warm boiling Add 5 mL to procedure #3 Use stirring rod only once at beginning Use cell phone for timer – start time when you add water Dont disturb test tube once time starts Measure with agenda ruler or ruler provided

49 Environmental Science: W 8/28 Warm Up 1.Compare and contrast abiotic and biotic 2.List 5 abiotic factors that would affect a population of mountain goats. 3.List 5 biotic factors that would affect a population of mountain goats. Stamp vocab (except p. 1 – due tomorrow) Lab safety PrelabWEAR CLOSE-TOED SHOES TOMORROW HW: Current Event due Friday

50 Ecology Unit Standards SEV2. Students will demonstrate an understanding that the Earth is one interconnected system. a. Describe how the abiotic components (water, air, and energy) affect the biosphere. b. Recognize and give examples of the hierarchy of the biological entities of the biosphere (organisms, populations, communities, ecosystems, and biosphere).

51 Ecology Unit Standards SEV2. Students will demonstrate an understanding that the Earth is one interconnected system. c. Characterize the components that define a Biome. Abiotic Factors – to include precipitation, temperature and soils. Biotic Factors – plant and animal adaptations that create success in that biome. d. Characterize the components that define fresh-water and marine systems. Abiotic Factors – to include light, dissolved oxygen, phosphorus, nitrogen, pH and substrate. Biotic Factors – plant and animal adaptations characteristic to that system.

52 Environmental Science: T 8/27 Warm Up 1.Contrast quantitative vs. qualitative data. 2.Compare and contrast observation vs. inference. Vocab due tomorrow: Ch 4 terms only (#13-40) Current event due Friday Scientific Method notes

53 Environmental Science: M 8/26 Turn in packet (see bottom of study guide for T.O.C.) Take test Define vocab words from next unit study guide – due Wednesday – Numbered, on notebook paper Current Event due Friday

54 Environmental Science: F 8/23 Warm Up 1.Give an example of a situation when a cost- benefit analysis has different results for different stakeholders. (ref. p. 17) Quiz returns Packet due Monday (T.O.C. on Study Guide) Test Monday

55 Environmental Science: Th 8/22 No Warm Up Global Issues Vocab Quiz After Quiz: Read Mass Extinctions article Take 5 column notes IN JOURNAL: name date cause# species died other notes

56 Environmental Science: W 8/21 Warm Up 1.How is ecology related to environmental science? 2.What is the meaning of this powerpoint background? 3.What is meant by space-ship earth? Complete comparisons ws Vocab Quiz tomorrow Global Issues Test Monday

57 Environmental Science: T 8/20 No Warm Up Complete Humans Effect on Environment organizer Stamp guided reading Review of guided reading – quick Historical Effect on Environment group presentations Vocab Quiz Thursday Test Monday

58 Environmental Science: M 8/19 Warm Up 1.List three commons from the Lorax video 2.List 3 commons from the Commons video CW: History organizer HW: Guided reading due tomorrow Vocab quiz Thursday Test Monday: Ch 1 Global Environmental Issues

59 Environmental Science: F 8/16 Warm-up 1.What does the lack of sustainability lead to? (hint: see yesterdays video notes) Share current events Lorax video with notes Guided reading due Tuesday

60 Environmental Science: Th. 8/15 Warm Up 1.What are the 3 periods in history the text uses to describe mans influence on the environment, and their time frames? Complete Guided reading Commons Sense video notes HW: Current event due tomorrow

61 Environmental Science: Wed. 8/14 Warm Up 1.What is the Tragedy of the Commons? 2.How can the over-exploitation of common resources be avoided? Stamp Ch 1 Vocab. Complete Fishing for the Future questions, and turn in. Ch 1 Guided Reading notes HW: Current Event Due Friday

62 Environmental Science: Tues, 8/13 Warm Up 1.What is sustainability? 2.What are fisheries? Intro Current Events Fishing for the Future activity. HW: Unit 1 Vocab due tomorrow Current event due Friday BRING BOOKS TOMORROW

63 Environmental Science: Monday, 8/12 Warm Up 1.Define ecological footprint using your own words. 2.What was your ecological footprint? Turn in Ecological Footprint Turn in signed syllabus Do warm-up Textbooks – Station 1 Ch 1 vocab – due Wednesday at beginning of class


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