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1 2013 – 2014 School Year

2 Target: To be able to collect class data To be able to make a bar/line graph Warm-Up: Pick up a packet from the front of the room Write the homework below in your assignment notebook On a notecard write your name at the very top Under your name list up to 3 people you might want to sit by Agenda: Attendance/Names Get to Know You Graphs (page 9) Homework: Finish your bar graph 8/19/13

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6 Target: To be able to collect class data To be able to make a bar/line graph To be able to thoughtfully explain my opinion Warm-Up: Find your new seats Pick up the missing work paper and write your name on it Take out your bar graph from yesterday Answer the following question on page 3 What should be included in every graph? Agenda: Warm-Up/Target Discussion Missing Work Discussion Go Over Bar Graphs Would You Rather Activity (pg 13 & 14) Homework: Finish Would You Rather Activity (pg 13 & 14) Start Get To Know You Letter (pg 11) DUE FRIDAY 8/20/13

7 What should be included in every graph? Title Labeled x-axis Numbered x-axis Labeled y-axis Numbered y-axis Data that takes up the entire page Key labeling data if necessary

8 Target: To be able to make a bar/line graph To be able to thoughtfully explain my opinion Warm-Up: Answer the following question on page 3 What grade did you receive in science class last year? What grade do you plan on getting this year? Take out your Would You Rather Questions Agenda: Rate Targets (pg 2) Go Over Would You Rather Activity (pg 13 & 14) Energy Level Graph (pgs 15-16) Homework: Energy Level Graph (pgs 15-16) Get To Know You Letter (pg 11) DUE FRIDAY 8/21/13

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10 1 - You don’t understand the concept at all. You’ve never heard of it 2 – You’ve heard of the concept but you don’t know anything about it 3 – You know 1-2 things about the concept but not everything 4 – You understand most of the concept and can complete it without a problem 5 - You understand the target enough to teach it to a classmate

11 Target: To be able to state the class rules and procedures To be able to list the items that need to come to class everyday Warm-Up: Answer the following question on page 3 When did you have the most energy? When did you have the least energy? Take out your Energy Level Graph Agenda: Go Over Energy Level Graph (pgs 15-16) Science Website / Homework Hotline Syllabus Concept Map Syllabus Discussion Homework: Get To Know You Letter (pg 11) 8/22/13

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13 Target: To be able to state the class rules and procedures Warm-Up: Pick up the syllabus signature sheet from the front Turn in your Get to Know You letter at the front Answer the following TRIVIA questions on page 3 What gets wetter and wetter the more it dries? What goes around the world but stays in a corner? Agenda: Safety Discussion Safety Drill Information 20 Questions Analyzing the Situation - Advanced Homework: Get syllabus and safety sheet signed 8/23/13

14 Target: To be able to contrast observation and inference Warm-Up: Turn in your signed syllabus/safety sheet Pick up the Remind101 sheet If you have your phone or another electronic device you can register now Agenda: Remind 101 Binders Scissor Activity Homework: Write paragraph about scissor activity 8/26/13

15 Target: To be able to contrast observation and inference Warm-Up: Turn in your scissor reflection What is an observation? What is an inference? Which one was used in the scissor activity? Agenda: Discuss scissor activity Observation versus inference notes Homework: STUDY FOR THE QUIZ TOMORROW 8/27/13!!!!!!!

16 Quiz Tomorrow 3 short answer questions 10 statements – Decide if they are observations or inferences Things you should know – Define observation – Define inference – Which one is used in lab? – Be able to identify if a statement is an observation or an inference

17 Target: To be able to contrast observation and inference Warm-Up: STUDY FOR THE QUIZ You should be silent You should use your notes from yesterday Agenda: Observation Versus Inference Quiz Hypothesis Notes Hypothesis Worksheet Homework: Finish Hypothesis worksheet 8/28/13

18 Target: To be able to define air pressure Warm-Up: ONLY USE ONE BOX ON YOUR NEW WARM-UP SHEET This thing runs but cannot walk, sometimes sings but never talks. Lacks arms, has hands; lacks a head but has a face. What is it? What word can be written forward, backward or upside down, and can still be read from left to right? Agenda: Pick up your papers from the side of the room Demos Homework: None! Have a great weekend 8/30/13

19 Target: To be able to define air pressure Warm-Up: Complete the targets on page 2 What allowed each of the activities to work on Friday? Agenda: Two Column Note Discussion Take Notes (pgs 7-9) Homework: Finish taking notes on pages 7-9 9/3/13

20 Target: To be able to define air pressure Warm-Up: Why is the atmosphere important? Agenda: Note Quiz Atmosphere & Air Pressure Notes (pg13) Air Pressure Worksheet Homework: Finish Air Pressure Worksheet (pg 15) Study for atmosphere and air pressure quiz - Tomorrow 9/4/13

21 Quiz Tomorrow Know – Why the atmosphere is important – What the atmosphere is made up of – Definition of air pressure – How air pressure relates to altitude and density – What measures air pressure Format – True and False – Fill in the blank – Multiple Choice – Short answer

22 Quiz Answers In addition to providing us with oxygen, why is the atmosphere important? List 3 ways – Protects us from radiation – Keeps us warm – Gives us weather – Protects us from flying objects – Gives plants CO2 – Allows for flight – Allows us to talk

23 Quiz Answers Cont. What is the air mainly made up of? Mention at least 2 things – Nitrogen – Oxygen Is the air more or less dense near the earth? – More As you go higher in the air, what happens to air pressure? (CIRCLE ONE) – Goes Down

24 Target: To be able to define air pressure Warm-Up: Describe the air pressure at the top of a mountain. Describe the density at the bottom of a mountain Agenda: Go Over Air Pressure Worksheet Study for Quiz Atmosphere and Air Pressure Quiz Application Worksheet pg 16 Homework: Finish Application Worksheet (pg 16) 9/5/13

25 Target: To be able to define air pressure Warm-Up: Lem Walton was cleaning out his old barn. He was dragging things out into the yard and filling containers with useless items he had collected over the years. At one point, he rolled an old barrel out of the barn, which weighted 20 kilograms. Clem put something in the barrel and when he was finished, it weighted less. What could it have been? Agenda: Finish Powerpoint Notes Demo - Explanation A&Q Air Pressure Reflection Homework: Finish Air Pressure Reflection 9/6/13

26 Target: To be able to list the layers of the atmosphere in order. To be able to list at least two items that are found in each of the layers of the atmosphere. Warm-Up: Describe the air pressure and density at the top of a mountain. How does temperature impact air pressure? Agenda: Layers of the Atmosphere Reading (pgs 17-20) Edmodo Login (pg 34) Homework: Finish Layers Reading and Chart (pg 20) Turn in safety sheet before Wednesday ADVANCED - Felix B. pg 24 – Due Wednesday 9/9/13

27 Target: To be able to list the layers of the atmosphere in order. To be able to list at least two items that are found in each of the layers of the atmosphere. Warm-Up: Complete the targets on page 2 Agenda: Check in Homework (pgs 12, 15, 16, 20) (ADV 19) Layers of the Atmosphere Notes (pg 23) Layers Video / Felix Video (pg 24) Homework: Complete the layers of the atmosphere worksheet (pgs 21-22) ADVANCED – Felix Paper due Friday 9/10/13

28 Target: To be able to read a statement and identify which type of heat transfer is present. To be able to describe why warm substances rise while cold substances sink Warm-Up: Turn to the Heat Transfer Stations (pg 25) Complete the first 6 questions in the prelab section Agenda: Check in Homework Go Over Homework Heat Transfer Lab Homework: Study for Layers of the atmosphere quiz Felix B. Paper – Advanced Due Friday 9/11/13

29 Layers of the Atmosphere Quiz Know the following: – Layers of the atmosphere IN ORDER – Items that can be found in each layer – If the temperature is increasing or decreasing

30 Target: To be able to read a statement and identify which type of heat transfer is present. To be able to describe why warm substances rise while cold substances sink Warm-Up: None Agenda: Quiz Heat Transfer Stations Homework: Heat Transfer Worksheet Felix Article - Advanced 9/12/13

31 Target: To be able to read a statement and identify which type of heat transfer is present. To be able to describe why warm substances rise while cold substances sink Warm-Up: I’m tall when I’m young and I’m short when I’m old. What am I? How many cubic meters of dirt are in a hole 6 meters long, 2 meters wide, and one meter deep? Agenda: Station Lab Go Over Stations Go Over Worksheet Journal Articles Homework: None 9/13/13

32 Target: To be able to describe the greenhouse effect. To be able to describe why the ozone layer is important. Warm-Up: Pick up the paper from the front of the room Read the 5 journal articles and determine how 2072 is different from today Write this on a separate sheet of paper Figure out what happened to cause these differences You only have 15 minutes from the bell to do this. So work quickly Agenda: Journal Article Greenhouse and Ozone Notes (pgs 31-33) Homework: Finish taking notes 9/16/13

33 Target: To be able to describe the greenhouse effect. To be able to describe why the ozone layer is important. Warm-Up: Take out your notes See if you can answer the following questions Agenda: Notes (pgs 35-36) Work on Study Guide Homework: Finish Study Guide – Due Tomorrow!!!!! 9/17/13

34 Warm-Up Take out your notes from yesterday and see if you can answer the following questions You do NOT need to write the entire question. Just write the number and the answer 1. When did we start releasing large amounts of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere? A. Renaissance Era B. Industrial Revolution C. 1990’s D. We haven’t True or False 3.Without the greenhouse effect we would still be able to live on earth because temperatures would change but not significantly. 4.Greenhouse gases can come from natural sources (ex. Volcanoes or animals) 5.An increase in greenhouse gases cause an increase in the Earth’s average temperature 6.Eating less meat and using less electricity are both ways to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere. 7.The ozone layer protects us by trapping infrared radiation. 8.Choroflurocarbons cause the ozone layer to get thinner. 9.Ozone layer damage is more like a thin patch than a hole

35 Target: ALL Warm-Up: Take out your study guide Complete the targets – Page 2 Agenda: Go Over Study Guide Review Homework: STUDY!!! Make sure your packet is completed (except last page) 9/18/13

36 Target: To understand what causes global warming. Warm-Up: Pick up the paper at the front of the room. Complete the reflection (last 2 pgs of packet) Turn in your packet On the back of the Global Warming paper answer the following questions What do you care about? What causes you to care about these things? What causes you to care about new things? Agenda: Go Over Test Global Warming Project Homework: Start thinking about your project 9/23/13

37 Target: To understand what causes global warming. Warm-Up: Sit with your groups Agenda: Test Retakes Must join me 3 times (before school, lunch, or after school) between now and Friday Second Grade Counts Global Warming Project Submit audience, topic, product Homework: Work on Project 9/24/13

38 Target: To understand what causes global warming. Warm-Up: Sit with your groups Agenda: Test Retakes Must join me 3 times (before school, lunch, or after school) between now and Friday Second Grade Counts Global Warming Project Submit audience, topic, product Homework: Work on Project 9/24/13

39 Target: To understand what causes global warming. Warm-Up: Sit with your groups Pick up the reflection at the front of the room and complete it as a group Agenda: Project Reflections Discuss Projects Homework: None 9/30/13

40 Target: To understand the basic vocabulary of winds Warm-Up: Pick up your new packet Write your name on the front cover along with your period # Make sure you have a textbook at your table. What is going to be the most challenging part of the global warming action you selected? Agenda: Science Survey Global Warming Reflection – Edmodo Weather Graffiti – Pages 5 & 6 Homework: Finish Global Warming Reflection Weather Graffiti – Pages 5 & 6 10/1/13

41 Target: To be able to describe how winds are formed Warm-Up: Complete the targets on page 2 Write down 3 things you know about winds. Agenda: Wind Notes (pages 14-19 in textbook) Work on the wind worksheets if you finish early (pages 13-19 in packet) Homework: Finish Wind Notes (pages 14-19) 10/2/13

42 Target: To be able to describe how winds are formed Warm-Up: What causes winds? Agenda: Note Quiz Wind Powerpoint notes (pages 7 & 8) Wind Worksheet (pages 13 & 14) Work on Wind Worksheets (pgs 15-19) if done early) Homework: Finish Wind Worksheet (pages 13 & 14) 10/3/13

43 Target: To be able to describe how winds are formed Warm-Up: List the 3 main types of global winds List the 3 main types of local winds What is one similarity between local and global winds? What is one difference between local and global winds? Agenda: Finish Wind Powerpoint notes (pages 7 & 8) Wind Stations Wind Worksheets Homework: Edmodo Reflection 10/4/13

44 Target: To be able to describe how winds are formed Warm-Up: Draw a sea breeze Agenda: Wind Stations Wind Worksheets Pages 9-19 should be completed by tomorrow Homework: Pages 9 – 19 Pages 9 – 20 – ADVANCED Start studying for the wind quiz on Wed 10/8/13

45 Target: To be able to describe how winds are formed Warm-Up: Complete the cloud memory box pg 21 Write down everything you know about clouds Agenda: Go over wind stations Go over the wind worksheets Cloud Memory box Cloud Powerpoint Homework: Cloud Worksheet pgs 23 & 24 Study for the wind quiz tomorrow 10/9/13

46 Target: To be able to describe how winds are formed Warm-Up: Take out your air masses and fronts questions Agenda: Air masses and fronts notes Air masses and fronts worksheet Homework: Air masses and fronts worksheet 10/10/13

47 Target: ALL Warm-Up: Pick up your papers from the side of the room Complete the targets on page 2 What is the best way for you personally to study/learn the information? Agenda: Air masses and fronts worksheet Study Guide Homework: Edmodo Response #3 – Due Tuesday Take the 2 edmodo polls Study Guide – Due Tuesday 10/11/13

48 Target: ALL Warm-Up: On a scale from 1-10 how prepared are you for this test? Agenda: Study Guide Row Races Homework: STUDY!!!!!!!!!! No Retakes 10/15/13

49 Target: ALL Warm-Up: None Agenda: Quia Survey Turn in Green Packet Tornado Video Homework: None 10/16/13

50 Target: Reflect on 1 st quarter and the test Warm-Up: Pick up the optional reflection Pick up your grade sheet Pick up the survey results Pick up a highlighter Agenda: Discuss grades Discuss the reflection Discuss the test Discuss 2 nd quarter Tornado Video Homework: None 10/17/13

51 Target: Determine the negative effects of storms Warm-Up: Turn in Optional Reflection Turn in any missing work Agenda: Tornado Video Hurricane Video Dust Storm Video Blizzard Video Homework: None 10/21/13

52 Target: Reflect on 1 st quarter Warm-Up: Pick up your science test reflection from the front of the room Pick up your student led conference folder Take out a piece of notebook paper and a writing utensil Agenda: Student Led Conference Discussion Homework: None 10/22/13

53 Target: Reflect on 1 st quarter Warm-Up: Pick up the 2 pages at the front of the room They need to go in your student led folder Grab your student led conference folder and finish the reflection You only have 5 minutes from the bell Agenda: Student Led Conference Reflection Severe Weather Story Homework: Start thinking about your story Stories are due tomorrow at the end of class – NO EXCEPTIONS 10/23/13

54 Target: To understand the difference between the severe weather systems Warm-Up: Find your new seats Pick up your paper from the front of the room Turn in your permission slip If you don’t have it today make sure you write it down! Agenda: Severe Weather Story Quiz Severe Weather Story Reflection Homework: Turn in your permission slip THEY ARE DUE TOMORROW!!!!!!! 10/30/13

55 Target: To understand the difference between the severe weather systems Warm-Up: Pick up the papers from the front of the room Turn in permission slips Agenda: Severe Weather Notes Severe Weather Worksheet Homework: Severe Weather Worksheet 11/1/13

56 Target: To understand the difference between the severe weather systems Warm-Up: Turn in permission slips Take out your severe weather worksheet Agenda: Finish Severe Weather Notes Weather Station Models Homework: Finish the severe weather worksheet Read the animals predicting weather article and write a paragraph summary - ADV 11/4/13

57 Target: To understand how to predict weather Warm-Up: Turn in permission slips Turn in your paragraph summary – ADV Agenda: Weather Station Models Go over model worksheet Weather Forecasting Notes Homework: Read the animals predicting weather article and write a paragraph summary 11/5/13

58 Target: To understand how to predict weather Agenda: Weather Warfare Video Homework: Paragraph 1: Summarize the video Paragraph 2: In your opinion, should we fund weather research with the plan to use it as warfare? Pros and cons? Reminders: Study guide due Monday If you want to check your answers before the weekend, have the study guide done before Friday. Come in during lunch or advisory Test next Wednesday Tomorrow – Report to advisory at the beginning of the day 11/6/13 - ADVANCED

59 Target: To understand how to predict weather Warm-Up: Turn in your paragraph summary at the front of the room Pick up the weather forecasting note sheet Agenda: Weather Forecasting Notes Reminders: Study guide due Monday If you want to check your answers before the weekend, have the study guide done before Friday. Come in during lunch or advisory Test next Wednesday Tomorrow – Report to advisory at the beginning of the day 11/6/13 - Regular

60 Target: To understand how to predict weather Warm-Up: Turn in your movie paragraphs – advanced Pick up the station packet Agenda: Weather Forecasting Stations Homework: Study guide due Monday Study for the test Test next Wednesday 11/8/13

61 Target: To understand how to predict weather Warm-Up: Take out your study guide Agenda: Check study guide answers Weather Forecasting Stations Homework: STUDY!!!!!!!!! 11/11/13

62 Wednesdays Science Test Regular 44 Questions – 17 Multiple Choice – 7 True/False – 10 Short Answer – 10 Pictures with multiple choice or matching answers 67 Points Advanced 48 Questions – 10 Multiple Choice – 2 True/False – 23 Short Answer – 12 Pictures with multiple choice or matching answers 70 Points

63 Content on the Test Regular Hurricanes – 8?s Thunderstorms – 4?s Blizzards – 4?s Tornadoes – 8?s Dust Storms – 4?s Measuring Weather – 6?s Weather Stations / Graphs – 11?s Advanced Hurricanes – 11?s Thunderstorms – 4?s Blizzards – 4?s Tornadoes – 7?s Dust Storms – 5?s Measuring Weather – 6?s Weather Stations / Graphs – 12?s


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