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2 Thursday 3/21/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! Sci Starts from prior 2 weeks due today! SCIENCE STARTER: In what kingdom would you find algae? Describe how algae get their food. How do algae contribute to the environment? WORK SESSION: – Ch 4. RTI (cont’d) MyBigCampus.com Resources Tab Environmental Science – Ch. 4 HOMEWORK: Study ch. 4, 5, 6 test – Unit 2 Test on Monday….first test grade of the new nine weeks! DUE MONDAY: a notebook for your scrapbook articles…..you will leave it here!! ENVIR SCI CH 4 RE-TEST Coming up! BRAINPOP LOGIN: hendrickhs PW: brainpop

3 Wednesday 3/20/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! Sci Starts from prior 2 weeks due today! SCIENCE STARTER: How are bacteria related to plants and animals? How are they different? WORK SESSION: – Ch 4. RTI (cont’d) MyBigCampus.com Resources Tab Environmental Science – Ch. 4 HOMEWORK: Study ch. 4, 5, 6 test – Unit 2 Test on Monday….first test grade of the new nine weeks! DUE MONDAY: a notebook for your scrapbook articles…..you will leave it here!! ENVIR SCI CH 4 RE-TEST Coming up! BRAINPOP LOGIN: hendrickhs PW: brainpop

4 Tuesday 3/19/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! SCIENCE STARTER: If you could choose to live in any biome for one year (other than where you live now), what biome would you live in and why? WORK SESSION: – Ch. 6 Re-test -Today – Ch 4. RTI MyBigCampus.com Resources Tab Environmental Science – Ch. 4 HOMEWORK: Study ch. 4, 5, 6 test ENVIR SCI CH 4 RE-TEST Coming up!

5 Monday 3/18/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! SCIENCE STARTER: What is the relationship between the size of an organism and the availability of nutrients in a biome? WORK SESSION: – RTI: Reviewing Ecology – Tiger Book Review – Succession & Biomes Ch. 52: Answer the following questions (for multiple choice, put the letter and write out the answer) – #1-4 pg 801 – #1-5 pg 807 – #1-5 pg 810 – #1-20 pg 813 HOMEWORK: Study ch. 4, 5, 6 test ENVIR SCI CH 6 RE-TEST TOMORROW 3/19 Biomes! Read the text/study!

6 Thursday 3/14/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! SCIENCE STARTER: How do the trees of the taiga differ from the dominant trees of the temperate deciduous forest? Think in terms of the “leaves”. WORK SESSION: – Media: Planet Earth Seasonal Forests Jungles HOMEWORK: Study ch. 4, 5, 6 test ENVIR SCI

7 Wednesday 3/13/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! SCIENCE STARTER: Compare and contrast the vegetation in the grassland and the temperate deciduous forest. WORK SESSION: – RTI – Active Reading: Forest Biomes: pg 31 HOMEWORK: Study ch. 4, 5, 6 test ENVIR SCI

8 Tuesday 3/12/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! Science Starters Due: prior 2 weeks 2/19-3/1 (if absent yesterday) 3 Articles turned in late: 10 points per day deduction – last day to turn in is Friday….no exceptions! SCIENCE STARTER: Compare and contrast precipitation between the rainforest, the desert, and the tundra. WORK SESSION: – Ch. 6 Test – Reading Guides Review for Unit Test – ch. 4, 5, 6 What are producers & consumers? What are food chains, webs? HOMEWORK: Study ch. 4, 5, 6 test ENVIR SCI

9 Friday 3/8/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! Science Starters Due: prior 2 weeks 2/19-3/1 (if absent yesterday) 3 Articles turned in late: 10 points per day deduction – last day to turn in is Friday….no exceptions! SCIENCE STARTER: Describe how latitude affects climate and vegetation in the biomes. What about altitude? WORK SESSION: – Ch. 6.3 Notes – Biome Project – Concept/Test Review HOMEWORK: Read ch. 6 in the Online Textbook! Fri – ch. 3 notes/biome ppt. ENVIR SCI

10 Thursday 3/7/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! Science Starters Due: prior 2 weeks 2/19-3/1 (if absent yesterday) 3 Articles turned in late: 10 points per day deduction – last day to turn in is Friday….no exceptions! If you were absent Friday….you have a ch. 5 test to makeup by Thur SCIENCE STARTER: What are the 4 layers of the tropical rainforest? Describe the trend in light intensity between the layers. WORK SESSION: – Ch. 6.2 Notes (cont’d) – Biome Project HOMEWORK: Read ch. 6 in the Online Textbook! Fri – ch. 3 notes/biome ppt. ENVIR SCI

11 Wednesday 3/6/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! Science Starters Due: prior 2 weeks 2/19-3/1 3 Articles turned in late: 10 points per day deduction – last day to turn in is Friday….no exceptions! If you were absent Friday….you have a ch. 5 test to makeup by Thur SCIENCE STARTER: Describe the relationship between the change in biomes as you go further away from the equator. WORK SESSION: – RTI: Active Reading: What is a Biome? Answer # 1-13 pg (green book) – Ch. 6.2 Notes – Biome Project HOMEWORK: Read ch. 6 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

12 Tuesday 3/5/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! 3 Articles turned in late: 10 points per day deduction – last day to turn in is Friday….no exceptions! If you were absent Friday….you have a ch. 5 test to makeup by Thur SCIENCE STARTER: Name some of the biomes. WORK SESSION: – Ch. 6.1 Notes – Biome Project HOMEWORK: Read ch. 6 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

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14 Monday 3/4/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! 3 Articles turned in late: 10 points per day deduction – last day to turn in is Friday….no exceptions! If you were absent Friday….you have a ch. 5 test to makeup by Thur SCIENCE STARTER: WORK SESSION: – Review Biome Project – Chapter 6 KIMS Diagram & Thinking Map HOMEWORK: Read ch. 6 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI Q : K : What I KNOW about biomes. Blah-blah-blah-blah…what do you remember ? What words do you associate with this topic? A : W: What I WANT to know about biomes. Questions you could generate…try how/why ?’s for higher order thinking

15 Friday 3/1/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! SCIENCE STARTER: How is the current ecosystem of Mt. St. Helens an example of secondary succession? WORK SESSION: – Biogeochemical Cycles Posters & 3 articles due today! – Reading Guide 3-9 What are biomes? Cornell Notes Style Write the ?’s and answers!!! – Summative Assessment: Chapter 5 HOMEWORK: Read ch. 6 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

16 Thursday 2/28/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! SCIENCE STARTER: none Black History Program (2 nd block out) WORK SESSION: – Media: Mt. St. Helens & secondary succession HOMEWORK: Read ch. 5 in the Online Textbook! Test – Chapter 5: Friday!! 3 articles (mounted with index card) due Friday! Biogeochemical Cycles Poster due Friday! ENVIR SCI

17 Wednesday 2/27/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! SCIENCE STARTER: What are the 3 biogeochemical cycles we discussed? Can you name a 4 th one? WORK SESSION: – Notes: ch 5 sec 3 (Succession) – RTI Section Review ch. 5.3 pg 128 Active Reading H/O: Succession – Quizlet ch. 5.2 HOMEWORK: Read ch. 5 in the Online Textbook! Test – Chapter 5: Friday!! 3 articles (mounted with index card) due Friday! Biogeochemical Cycles Poster due Friday! ENVIR SCI

18 Tuesday 2/26/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! Turn in your ch. 5.2 KIMS diagram SCIENCE STARTER: What does the word “cycle” mean to you? Give an example of where you might use this meaning. WORK SESSION: – Notes: (cont’d) ch 5 sec 2 (Cycling of Nutrients) – Section Review ch. 5.2 pg 128 – Active Reading H/O: Cycling of Nutrients – Begin Biogeochemical Cycles Poster – Quizlet ch. 5.2 HOMEWORK: Read ch. 5 in the Online Textbook! Test – Chapter 5: Friday!! 3 articles (mounted with index card) due Friday! ENVIR SCI

19 Monday 2/25/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! SCIENCE STARTER: Describe how energy changes (and in what amounts) as you go up a food chain WORK SESSION: – Section 1 Review pg. 123 – KIMS Diagram: ch. 5 sec. 2 – Notes: ch 5 sec 2 (Cycling of Nutrients) HOMEWORK: Read ch. 5 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

20 Friday 2/22/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! Turn in Sci Starts from prior 2 wks 2/4 thru 2/15 if absent yesterday. SCIENCE STARTER: Differentiate between a food chain and a food web. WORK SESSION: – Notes: Energy Flow (cont’d) - Media Reinforcement: The Lion King HOMEWORK: Read ch. 5 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

21 Thursday 2/21/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! Turn in Sci Starts from prior 2 wks 2/4 thru 2/15 SCIENCE STARTER: Differentiate between an autotroph and a heterotroph and give an example of each. WORK SESSION: – Notes: Energy Flow (cont’d) – - RTI: Study Island HOMEWORK: Read ch. 5 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

22 Thursday 2/21/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! Turn in Sci Starts from prior 2 wks 2/5 thru 2/16 SCIENCE STARTER: Differentiate between an autotroph and a heterotroph and give an example of each. WORK SESSION: – Notes: Energy Flow (cont’d) – - RTI: Study Island HOMEWORK: Read ch. 5 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

23 Wednesday 2/20/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! Ch. 5.1 KIM Diagram due today (Wed), Sci Starts from last 2 wks due Thurs. SCIENCE STARTER: Differentiate between a producer and a consumer and give an example of each. WORK SESSION: – Foldable: Energy Flow in Ecosystems wait for directions! (You have 20 mins. to complete…that’s it!) - Notes: Energy Flow in the Ecosystem HOMEWORK: Read ch. 5 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

24 FOLDABLE: ENERGY IN ECOSYSTEMS TITLE: ENERGY FLOW IN ECOSYSTEMS PRODUCERS What are they? What is their energy source? Examples? (at least one drawing), Other Important Information CONSUMERS – Feature each one of the 4 types What is it? What is their energy source?Examples? (at least one drawing), Other Important Information FOOD CHAIN What is it? What does it show? Draw a 4 trophic level food chain, Explain (in words) your food chain you drew. Use the words “_____ provides energy to ____” instead of “_______ eats _________” FOOD WEB What is it? What does it show? Draw a food web. Explain (in words) your food web you drew.

25 Tuesday 2/19/13 ENTER QUIETLY AND GO TO YOUR SEAT!! Last day to turn in Kingdom Tree Map– due today!!, Ch. 5.1 KIM Diagram due tomorrow (Wed), Sci Starts from last 2 wks due Thurs. SCIENCE STARTER: Describe how you think energy flows through the ecosystem. WORK SESSION: – Foldable: Energy Flow in Ecosystems wait for directions! HOMEWORK: Read ch. 5 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

26 Thursday 2/14/13 HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY! <3 Turn in your Kingdom Tree Map if you are finished – due Tue 2/19 SCIENCE STARTER: Choose any organism and describe its adaptation(s). Explain how each adaptation helps it survive. WORK SESSION: – Test – Chapter 4: Ecosystems, Evolution, & Diversity. – KIMS Diagram – Chapter 5. HOMEWORK: Read ch. 4 in the Online Textbook! Chapter 4 test on Thursday!! ENVIR SCI

27 Wednesday 2/13/13 Turn in your Kingdoms Tree Map if finished (due Tue 2/19) SCIENCE STARTER: none WORK SESSION: – RTI – Chapter 4 Section Reviews & Chapter Reviews HOMEWORK: Read ch. 4 in the Online Textbook! Chapter 4 test on Thursday!! ENVIR SCI

28 Tuesday 2/12 /13 Turn in your KIMS Diagram ch. 4.2/4.3 SCIENCE STARTER: Differentiate between natural selection and artificial selection WORK SESSION: – Reading Guide 5-3: What are the 6 kingdoms? Answer only – the questions on YOP Do not write on the handouts! – Thinking Maps: Classifying the SIX kingdoms and their characteristics. HOMEWORK: Read ch. 4 in the Online Textbook! Chapter 4 test on Thursday!! ENVIR SCI

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30 Monday 2/11/13 Turn in your KIMS Diagram ch. 4.2/4.3 SCIENCE STARTER: Differentiate between a community and an ecosystem. WORK SESSION: – Notes: Evolution (ch. 4, sec. 2) – Review Sections 4.1 and 4.2 HOMEWORK: Read ch. 4 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

31 Thursday 2/7/13 SCIENCE STARTER: List the levels of ecological organization in order from smallest to largest! WORK SESSION: – Reading Guides 2-1 What are Living Things?, 3-1 What is Ecology?, 3-2 What are Ecosystems? Answer the ?’s on YOP….do not write on the handouts! – KIMS Diagram (ch. 4.2 and 4.3) Use the ch. 4 Holt online worksheet HOMEWORK: Read ch. 4 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

32 Wednesday 2/6/13 Be prepared to turn in your Sci. Starters from the prior 2 weeks (through February 1 st ) SCIENCE STARTER: Differentiate between abiotic factors and biotic factors. Give an example of each. WORK SESSION: – Cornell Notes: Ecosystems (Ch4, Sec 1) – Thinking Maps HOMEWORK: Read ch. 4 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

33 Tuesday 2/5/13 SCIENCE STARTER: What do you think the word “connected” means? Give some real-world examples of how ideas, systems, or factors can be “connected”. WORK SESSION: – Pre-Test: Unit 4 (ch. 4, 5, 6) – Active Reading (Green Books) DO NOT WRITE IN THE BOOKS OR TEAR PAGES OUT WRITE THE QUESTIONS & ANSWERS ON YOUR OWN PAPER USE CORNELL NOTES STYLE….for Multiple Choice answers, write the letter and the words! – Ecosystems: Everything is Connected (pgs ) #1-21. – The Geosphere (pgs 11-12) #1-17 HOMEWORK: Read ch. 4 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

34 Friday 2/1/13 SCIENCE STARTER: KW: What do you know about ecology? Put the K (what you know) under the “Q” side of the science starter. Put the W (questions you can generate) under the “A” side of the starter. WORK SESSION: – KIMS Diagram: ch. 4 – Ecology Ms. Lloyd will explain how the KIMS Diagram works. HOMEWORK: Read ch. 4 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

35 Thursday 1/31/13 SCIENCE STARTER: Explain the Law of Supply and Demand and give an example using oil prices. WORK SESSION: – Test: Ch. 1 & 2 – Active Reading (Green Books) DO NOT WRITE IN THE BOOKS OR TEAR PAGES OUT WRITE THE QUESTIONS & ANSWERS ON YOUR OWN PAPER HIGHLIGHT/UNDERLINE YOUR ANSWERS….for Multiple Choice answers, write the letter and the words! OR USE CORNELL NOTES STYLE The Environment and Society (pgs. 3-4) #1-10 HOMEWORK: Read ch. 4 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

36 Of the following, which name best designates a person as a girl? A.Jeff B.Ashton C.Robert D.Brittany

37 Wednesday 1/30/13 SCIENCE STARTER: Differentiate (3 ways) between a developed country and a developing country. Give an example of each. WORK SESSION: – Media: Human Footprint – Test Review: Windmill Book: Review Section (pg. 25) Answer #1-10. Use Cornell Note Method. Use Cornell Note Method Write the questions in the Headings column and the answers in the notes column. HOMEWORK: Read ch. 1 & 2 in the Online Textbook! TEST: THURSDAY: CH. 1 & 2 (ONLINE BK) ENVIR SCI

38 Windmill Book Review #1-10 pg 25 Name_______Date______________ Questions Answers 1. What is exponential growth? Why is living in an exp. age cause for concern? 2. Define environment Distinguish among environmental science, ecology, and environmentalism. Distinguish between an organism and a species. What is an ecosystem? 1. It is………………… Because………………….. 2 It is…………………… Env. Sci - …………………………. Ecology - ………………………… Environmentalism - …a …….. An organism is _____, but a species is ______. It is………………………………….

39 Tuesday 1/29/13 SCIENCE STARTER: In your own words, describe how the Tragedy of the Commons can lead to a depletion of resources. Give an example. WORK SESSION: – Media: Human Footprint – Notes: (cont’d) ch. 1, sec. 2 – Test Review: Windmill Book: Review Section (pg. 25) Answer #1-10. Use Cornell Note Method. Use Cornell Note Method Write the questions in the Headings column and the answers in the notes column. HOMEWORK: Read ch. 1 & 2 in the Online Textbook! TEST: THURSDAY: CH. 1 & 2 (ONLINE BK) ENVIR SCI

40 Monday 1/28/13 Prepare to turn in your Active Reading: Understanding Our Environment # 1-9 and your Thinking Maps on the Industrial and Agricultural Revolutions. SCIENCE STARTER: In your own words, what is an ecological footprint. Describe how the ecological footprint might differ between the U.S. and in underdeveloped countries such as in sub-saharan Africa. WORK SESSION: – Media: Human Footprint – Tragedy of the Commons Activity HOMEWORK: Read ch. 1 & 2 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

41 Thursday 1/24/13 Turn in Sci. Starter’s from prior 2 weeks. SCIENCE STARTER: Differentiate between the industrial revolution and the agricultural revolution – Media: Human Footprint – Thinking Map: Create 2 multiflow maps – One for the Agricultural Revolution and one for the Industrial Revolution HOMEWORK: Read ch. 1 & 2 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI CAUSE EFFECT/RESULT This is a template! There may be more/less cause and effect boxes depending on the event EVENT

42 Thread: Things due Monday 1/28 Active Reading: Understanding Our Environment Multi-Flow Thinking Maps on the Agricultural Revolution and the Industrial Revolution. Notes from Ch. 2 Sec. 1 (Scientific Method) WILL be completed by this time….no exceptions.

43 Thursday 1/24/13 No Talking, Find a Seat, Begin SCIENCE STARTER. SCIENCE STARTER: How does an agricultural society differ from a hunter-gatherer society? WORK SESSION: – Chapter 1 Cornell Notes: Use the headings in the book – Some of you are ahead in 4 th block. If you were in Ms. Luong’s class, you will add to the notes where you left off. If you were in Mr. Chaney’s class, you will need to start with your notes. – Thinking Map: Create 2 multiflow maps – One for the Agricultural Revolution and one for the Industrial Revolution – Once you are done, use the time to complete your Active Reading Assignment from yesterday, Finish your online text preview, go to the class website and finish the Scientific Method notes we started, get your notebook in order! HOMEWORK: Read ch. 1 & 2 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI CAUSE EFFECT/RESULT This is a template! There may be more/less cause and effect boxes depending on the event EVENT

44 Wednesday 1/23/13 No Talking, Find a Seat, Begin SCIENCE STARTER. SCIENCE STARTER: Why is a pre-assessment to a course important for both students and teachers? WORK SESSION: – SLO – Environmental Science – Active Reading (Green Books) DO NOT WRITE IN THE BOOKS OR TEAR PAGES OUT WRITE THE QUESTIONS & ANSWERS ON YOUR OWN PAPER HIGHLIGHT/UNDERLINE YOUR ANSWERS….for Multiple Choice answers, write the letter and the words! Understanding Our Environment (pgs. 1-2) #1-9 HOMEWORK: Read ch. 1 & 2 in the Online Textbook! ENVIR SCI

45 Friday 1/18/13 REMEMBER…THIS IS YOUR FIRST IMPRESSION…MAKE A GOOD ONE B/C IT WILL LAST ALL SEMESTER!! No Talking, Find a Seat, Begin SCIENCE STARTER. SCIENCE STARTER: Sequence the steps in the scientific method. WORK SESSION: Media: Scientific Investigations pt 2 Important Points Notes: Scientific Method Footprints Learning Styles Survey on computer : ONLINE TEXTBOOK REVIEW: H/O: Learning Skills pg. 1-4 HOMEWORK: Obtain a inch ringbinder notebook and supplies, get your student profile signed. ENVIR SCI

46 Media: Scientific Investigations Part 2 Headings for notes: Cheetah adaptations for survival Desert climate and landscape Meerkat adaptations for survival. Overfishing and its effects Toxins and the environment. Alternative energy resources

47 Choose 2: Freewrite Discuss the adaptations that allows the cheetah to be an effective predator. Discuss the climatic conditions of the desert. Discuss the adaptations of the meerkats that help them survive in the desert. Discuss the negative effects of overfishing. Discuss how toxins affect the environment. Discuss some of the benefits of alternative energy sources.

48 Bullying 1/18/13 Have you ever been bullied by someone? What was your response? What did you do about it in the short-term? In the long-term? Have you ever bullied someone? What was your reasoning for it? Do you know someone else who was bullied? How did you respond to that situation? (ex: Did you help them?, How?, Did you ignore it? Why?

49 Thursday 1/17/13 REMEMBER…THIS IS YOUR FIRST IMPRESSION…MAKE A GOOD ONE B/C IT WILL LAST ALL SEMESTER!! No Talking, Find a Seat, Begin SCIENCE STARTER. SCIENCE STARTER: What is an observation? Give some examples of observations. Why are observations important to the scientific method? WORK SESSION: Test: Lab Safety Media: Scientific Investigations pt 2 Important Points Notes: Scientific Method Footprints Learning Styles Survey on computer : ONLINE TEXTBOOK REVIEW: H/O: Learning Skills pg. 1-4 HOMEWORK: Obtain a inch ringbinder notebook and supplies, get your student profile signed. ENVIR SCI

50 Wednesday 1/16/13 REMEMBER…THIS IS YOUR FIRST IMPRESSION…MAKE A GOOD ONE B/C IT WILL LAST ALL SEMESTER!! No Talking, Find a Seat, Begin SCIENCE STARTER. SCIENCE STARTER: What is a scientific investigation? What steps do you think are important to a scientific investigation? WORK SESSION: Media: Scientific Investigations? Cornell Notes!!! Important Points Notes: Scientific Method Learning Styles Survey on computer : ONLINE TEXTBOOK REVIEW: H/O: Learning Skills pg. 1-4 HOMEWORK: Obtain a inch ringbinder notebook and supplies, get your student profile signed. ENVIR SCI

51 First Aid Report all accidents to teacher. Yell out Code One when there is an accident. Flush chemicals on skin and eyes with water. Don’t taste chemicals Know where fire extinguisher & eyewash stations are.

52 Heating Substances Never leave lit burner alone. Don’t touch hot glass and metals Don’t put hot stuff on the table. Be careful when using gas.

53 Tuesday 1/15/13 REMEMBER…THIS IS YOUR FIRST IMPRESSION…MAKE A GOOD ONE B/C IT WILL LAST ALL SEMESTER!! No Talking, Find a Seat, Begin SCIENCE STARTER. SCIENCE STARTER: If humans didn’t live on Earth billions of years ago, how do we know/hypothesize what Earth was like back then? WORK SESSION: Lab Safety Notes (Handout) & Lab Symbols Learning Styles Survey on computer : ONLINE TEXTBOOK REVIEW: H/O: Learning Skills pg. 1-4 Finish video: How the Earth was Made HOMEWORK: Obtain a inch ringbinder notebook and supplies, get your student profile signed. ENVIR SCI

54 Monday 1/14/13 REMEMBER…THIS IS YOUR FIRST IMPRESSION…MAKE A GOOD ONE B/C IT WILL LAST ALL SEMESTER!! No Talking, Find a Seat, Begin SCIENCE STARTER. SCIENCE STARTER: Describe what you think the earth was like billions of years ago (consider air, land, living things) WORK SESSION: Video: How to Take Cornell Notes Learning Styles Survey on computer : ONLINE TEXTBOOK REVIEW: H/O: Learning Skills pg. 1-4 Begin video: How the Earth was Made HOMEWORK: Obtain a inch ringbinder notebook and supplies, get your student profile signed. ENVIR SCI

55 INFORMATION PACKET Yellow Student Profile (signed) Green Technology Survey Learning Styles How R U Smart Course Syllabus (signed) Essential Expectations (signed) Lab Safety Contract

56 Friday 1/11/13 REMEMBER…THIS IS YOUR FIRST IMPRESSION…MAKE A GOOD ONE B/C IT WILL LAST ALL SEMESTER!! No Talking, Find a Seat, Begin SCIENCE STARTER. SCIENCE STARTER: Explain, in writing, what you know about environmental science and something that interests you about it. WORK SESSION: Obtain the following handouts (H/O’s) from the WORK TABLE at the BACK of the room and complete them in the order stated: – Course Syllabus – Essential Expectations WHOLE GROUP: H/O: Setting Up the Science Notebook ONLINE TEXTBOOK REVIEW: H/O: Learning Skills pg. 1-4 HOMEWORK: Obtain a inch ringbinder notebook and supplies, get your student profile signed. ENVIR SCI

57 Thursday 1/10/13 REMEMBER…THIS IS YOUR FIRST IMPRESSION…MAKE A GOOD ONE B/C IT WILL LAST ALL SEMESTER!! No Talking, Find a Seat, Begin SCIENCE STARTER. SCIENCE STARTER: – If someone from 1913 suddenly appeared today, what would be the most difficult thing to explain to them about life today? WORK SESSION: Obtain the following handouts (H/O’s) from the WORK TABLE at the BACK of the room and complete them in the order stated: – General Interest Survey – Technology Survey – What’s Your Learning Style? – How Are You Smart? – Student Profile WHOLE GROUP: Thinking Maps: Circle Maps HOMEWORK: Obtain a inch ringbinder notebook and supplies, get your student profile signed. ENVIR SCI

58 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 2 nd Semester Ms. Lloyd


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