# Prep At School (15)  iNotes exemplars 5  Markers 5  Dice & stations 5 At Home (x)  xxx.

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Prep At School (15)  iNotes exemplars 5  Markers 5  Dice & stations 5 At Home (x)  xxx

 SMART board Miss Andrews’ Desk  6 Carlos M. 5 Vianca 4 Keven 3 Jose A. 2 Leonardo 1 Katiushca 12 Dalysha 11 Edgar 10 Natalie 9 Mireya 8 David 7 Lizbeth 18 Jaime 17 Jemmy 16 Christopher 15 Armando 14 Jason 13 Felipe 24 Maribel 23 Hector 22 Darling 21 Joseph 20 Julio 19 Jhenssel Center Miguel Jose C. Wilson Station 4 Glenda Xavier Luis T. 28 Steven 27 Carlos R. 26 Fredy 25 Ninoshka 32 Wenjohnlys 31 Elba 30 Stephanie 29 Jerome Seats: period 3

 SMART board Miss Andrews’ Desk  6 Eh 5 Bichard 4 Mohamed 3 Jebril 2 Mu Lwel 1 Eh Kaw 12 Tha 11 Ahmad 10 Abdul 9 Ahmed A. 8 Ma Ting 7 Tha 18 Friday D. 17 Moo Koh 16 O Ma 15 Zing Bawi 14 Ahmed M. 13 Aishah 24 Hay Soe 23 Bawi 22 Mike 21 Eh Doh 20 Hamidah 19 Fatimah 28 Doh 27 Say Klo 26 Friday 25 32313029 Seats: period 8

 SMART board Miss Andrews’ Desk  6 Josh 5 Jehu 4 Luis G. 3 Jhoana 2 Martin A 1 Melany 12 Javier Ro. 11 Anahi 10 Elvis 9 Gerzon 8 Felix 7 Luis C. 18 Yarelis 17 Giselle 16 Kevin 15 Isaac 14 Onix 13 Eliznette 24 Javier Ri. 23 Jean 22 Ernesto 21 Mariana 20 Angelica 19 Juan Eddie Ricardo Eliezer 28 Yaziel 27 Maurilio 26 Maria 25 Jeysson CesarFabiola 32 Guadalupe 31 Alan 30 Tania 29 Erick Seats: period 10

Catalyst 1. What is a cycle? ¿Qué es un ciclo? 2. What shape represents a cycle? ¿Cuál forma representa un ciclo? 3. Give 1 example of a cycle. Da 1 ejemplo de un ciclo. 4. Which type of natural disaster is most catastrophic or harmful? ¿Cuál tipo de desastre natural es más catastrófico o dañino? 5. Explain what makes this type of natural disaster catastrophic. Explica lo que hace este tipo de desastre natural catastrófico. 2012 volcanic eruption in Iceland? 2010 earthquake in Haiti? 2013 tornado in the U.S.? 2012 hurricane in the U.S.? 4 minutes !

100.Benjamins 1: Raise a hand 1: Exemplary answer 1: Demonstrate North Star traits – Problem solver – Goal driven 3: 100% seated before the bell 3: “Ready for your attention” 3: Lab / activity clean up 5: 100% on task during practice 5: 80% exit ticket average Headphones on Friday !

100.Benjamins MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridayTotal / Goal 1: Biology 0 / 100 3: Ciencias Fisicas 10 10 / 100 5: Biology 0 / 100 8: Physical Science 10 10 / 100 10: Ciencias Fisicas 10 10 / 80 hot seat ! love it or hate it! hot seat ! hot seat ! music ! head phones ! head phones ! head phones ! head phones !

Cardinal Code Credit Successful Academics Display Respect High Expectations Safe Choices

unit 7 : earth passport & wave project due WEDNESDAY!

Agenda -Catalyst 6 -Wave Intro 16 -Practice 14 -Test Score Wars 14 Objectives We are learning about… the rock cycle, and the processes that are responsible for the formation of igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks. We will be successful when we can… trace movement through the rock cycle Agenda Catalyst 5 iNotes 25 Rock Cycle Dice Game 15 Test Score Wars 5 igneous rocks formed from magma

What is the Rock Cycle ? The rock cycle is the process of rocks changing form over time. El ciclo de rocas es el proceso de cambio de forma de rocas con el tiempo.

iNotes 8 minutes ! 1

Eruption Volcanoes erupt and magma cools and hardens into igneous rock. Los volcanes entran en erupción y el magma se enfría y se endurece en la roca ígnea. 1

Large rocks are worn down by water, wind, and ice to small particles called sediment. Grandes rocas están gastadas por el agua, el viento y el hielo a las pequeñas partículas llamadas sedimentos. Weathering & Erosion 2

Transportation Eroded rock particles are carried away by wind, rain, rivers, and oceans. Partículas de roca erosionadas son llevadas por el viento, la lluvia, los ríos y los océanos. 3

Deposition Rock particles sink and form a layer of sediment, creating little islands. Partículas de roca se hunden y forman una capa de sedimento, creando pequeñas islas. 4

Compaction & Cementation Layers of sediment build up and dissolved minerals fill the gaps. Las capas de sedimentos se acumulan y minerales disueltos llenar los vacíos. 5

Metamorphism Heat and pressure changes sedimentary and igneous rocks under the ground into metamorphic rocks. El calor y la presión cambian rocas sedimentarias y ígneas baja de la tierra en rocas metamórficas. 6

Melting Heat is applied to metamorphic rocks causing them to melt and become magma again. El calor se aplica a las rocas metamórficas haciendo que se derritan y convertirse en magma de nuevo. 5

Rock Cycle Journey Movement: transition efficiently & safely at your own pace Materials: leave dice at stations & carry your assignment with you Volume: work at volume 1 Participation: work with a partner & record notes on your own assignment 10 minutes ! 1

Period 8 47 % Test Score WARS Period 3 49 % Jason ! Zing Bawi ! Period 10 42 % Isaac !

Turn it in  1.Catalyst (big basket) 2.Rock Cycle #30 (binder) Monday, March 31 st homework due YESTERDAY !

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