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GEOGRAPHY: WORLD CULTURES MR. AARON BBS. DAY ONE OBJECTIVE: COURSE OVERVIEW AND UNDERSTANDING META-COGNITION Warm Up Why are you taking this geography.

respect yourself, respect others, and respect the space. DAY SEVEN OBJECTIVE: GEOGRAPHY/worksheet Individually, you are to take notes on the information Exit Ticket Inquiry Question Homework PEOPLE, PLACES, AND CHANGE CHAPTER OVERVIEW GEOGRAPHY BBS CHAPTER TWO: PLANET EARTH The Sun, Earth, and Moon Water on Earth The Land CHAPTER THREE: WIND, CLIMATE, AND NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS Wind and Ocean Currents Earth’s Climate and Vegetation Natural Environments CHAPTER FOUR: EARTH’S RESOURCES Soil and Forests Water and/


Monday 2/9/2015 Agenda: Heat Transfer  Notes: Heat Transfer (Conduction, Convection and Radiation)  Activity: Heat Transfer Worksheet Homework/Classwork.

/2015 Agenda: Heat Transfer  Notes: Heat Transfer (Conduction, Convection and Radiation)  Activity: Heat Transfer Worksheet Homework/Classwork Heat Transfer Worksheet due Tuesday 2/10/2015 for 25 Points Energy Heat Transfer Most of the energy that reaches Earth comes from the sun (solar energy) What happens to the solar energy when it reaches Earth? ◦ First reaches Earth’s atmosphere  Some gets absorbed by gases, such as/


We experience science each day. lays foundations for knowledge in the areas of geology, botany, and ecology. Geology – the study of rocks. Botany – the.

/Science-and-Nature/The-Earth/Weather Making/and inspire educators to incorporate nature education into their classrooms and outdoor spaces to promote the health, welfare, and sustainability of the planet, the community, and the child. Environmental education is smart and fun for teachers and students—Project NICE seeks to help schools create spaces for environmental education and/worksheets/science- worksheets/plant-worksheets/ http://havefunteaching.com/worksheets/science- worksheets/plant-worksheets/


Meteorology Climate & Weather Regents Earth Science Ms. Moynihan 3/10/14.

Layer of gases that surround the earth. Forms a protective boundary between Earth and space and provides conditions that are suitable for life. A. Composition of Earth’s Atmosphere Nitrogen - 78% Oxygen - 21% Water vapor -.02 to 4% Other gases - < 1% Earth’s Atmospheric Layers II. Layers/– Period 4 Earthquake Chile Hurricane video Lab # 34 - Work Time - Wednesday Use Prentice Hall Review Book 1) Worksheet # 1 2) Worksheet # 2 3) Work on HW Start Bell Work 1. Review notes for quiz After Quiz: 2. Organize lab /


Write ? And answer in notebook 1. Which is composed of matter? A electricity B an atom C light D heat 2 How are the atoms in an object affected when the.

IN NOTEBOOK  The Solar System consists of:  The Sun and 8 Planets  Multiple moons  Asteroids, Meteors and Comets  Dust, gases and empty space. WRITE IN NOTEBOOK Mnemonic for the 8 Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune My Very Enthusiastic Mom Just Sent Us Nachos WRITE IN NOTEBOOK  4 Terrestrial Planets: inner planets  Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars  4 Gas Giants: outer planets  Jupiter, Saturn/


Marva Ellis Rhonda Penny Ann Schwab Eva Thierens Education 7204T Dr. OConner-Petruso Spring 2012 The Earths Atmosphere.

in a fluid like motion. -Argentina and South Africa experienced Atmospheric changes. Student Worksheet 1). Earths Atmosphere has affected what places in the world? The Earths atmosphere has affected Argentinas rock formations and the content precipitation of the Amazon rainforest. 2). What is the function of the Earths atmosphere? The Earths atmosphere function is to protect us from the coldness of space, and the heat of the sun. Also/


Earth’s Surface Chapter 4 A Trip Through Geologic Time

Earth’s Surface Chapter 4 A Trip Through Geologic Time Review and Reinforce Lesson Quiz Answer Keys Lesson 1 Fossils Review and Reinforce Worksheet 1. minerals 2. Mold 3. Cast 4. carbon 5. activities 6. Preserved remains 7. A mold is an empty space in rock in the shape of an organism or part of an organism. If water carrying dissolved minerals and sediment seeps and deposits those/


Waves Carry Energy, not Matter

Frequency is the number of vibrations per second Wavelength is the distance between crests The Speed of Light In empty space (vacuum), light travels at a speed of about 300,000 km/s. Light travels so fast that light emitted from the Sun/energy emitted by the Sun is in the form of ultraviolet, visible, and infrared waves. Only a tiny fraction of this energy reaches Earth. Schedule Topic Assignment Tue 2/1 Waves, Wave Measurements Read p290-295 Worksheet Section 1&2, Wed 2/2 Wave behavior Read p 296-307/


2/3/15 do now – on a new sheet What are the particles and their charges in an atom? Homework – castle learning Midterm Exam – part I – tomorrow – in class.

assignments for this unit 2 If there is a snow day on Monday – Worksheets (packet) 3.2.1 – 3.2.5 are due Tuesday Conductors and Insulators The behavior of a charged object depends on whether the object is made /which were in the surrounding neighborhood 83 Electric Field and Gravitational Field Concept PHYSICS - Static Electricity Electric Field and Gravitational Field Concept How can an apple reach across space and falls toward Earth? The massive Earth creates a Gravitational field. Other masses in that /


Plagiarism and Correct Documentation by Karey Perkins

worksheet HERE Pop Quiz 1: Which statements below are common knowledge? Why or why not? 1. Robert Frost recited the poem, “The Gift Outright,” on January 20, 1961, for John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address. 2. Sugar causes tooth decay in children and adults. 3. The earth/ LONG quotes: 40 or more words If your quote is over 40 words, then: INDENT the entire quote five spaces (characters) from the margin Do NOT use quotation marks Parenthetical in-text citation goes AFTER the period Parenthetical citation is/


Grade 6 Science Curriculum Guidebook. Students in 6 th grade science are expected to primarily learn Earth and Space Sciences with a very large focus.

compounds as they relate to life and Earth Sciences. -Energy/waves on Earth and Space/Gravity -Organisms interaction and adaptation with the environment -Weather and geologic events/impact on life -Fossils/fossil records/fossil fuels and energy production -Universe & solar system -Earth structure/history/rock identification -Weather and Climate -Earth changes, relation to the Earth and to New Mexico -Scientific knowledge and decisions, communications technologies and technologies as a whole. Students should/


Is There Life Out There? Our Solar System (and beyond) Draw a picture of what you think life would look like on another planet, if it existed. Describe.

/notes/summarylimitsofthenewhabitablezone  How did it form?  Basic facts  99.8% of mass  100x diameter of Earth  5,527 o C  92.1% H, 7.8% He  Plasma  Sun today Sun today/space.com/11506-space-weather-sunspots-solar-flares-coronal-mass-ejections.html http://spacefellowship.com/news/art21967/the-strange-case-of-solar-flares-and-radioactive-elements.html http://oneminuteastronomer.com/1018/sunspots/ 1.VideoVideo  Write down your observations  Why did that happen? 2.Correct solar structure worksheet/


“Good morning, and welcome to introduction to chemistry.” Not the real Mr. Cooper.

S 3 SnO 2 Answers - Take ten minutes and work on sections 5 and 6 on the back side of your worksheet. Polyatomic Ions A group of atoms that carry a/ the Earth 1/4 mile deep! 1 mole of basketballs would fill a bag the size of the earth! Molar Conversions Converting from moles to grams to representative particles and vice /passed through the gold foil. A few shot back. Conclusions: 1. Atom is mostly empty space 2. Dense center called the nucleus 3. Electrons were stuck surrounding the nucleus. Planetary Model /


2 AR Reading until 10:29. Student Planner May 4, 2015 Place this in the proper place SkyMap worksheet due May 6. You need planner, notes, pen/pencil Mercury.

2 AR Reading until 10:29 Student Planner May 4, 2015 Place this in the proper place SkyMap worksheet due May 6. You need planner, notes, pen/pencil Mercury Project Liftoff of “Friendship 7” 2 End / in use today. 7. Extraterrestrial: anything outside of the Earth and its atmosphere. Take notes on the video. You need to understand the different manned space programs - what each accomplished, how many astronauts in each capsule, and when they started and ended. Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=/


ECOLOGY The study of how organisms interact with and are dependent upon the environment and each other.

and uncomfortable feet) c. Ticks or Fleas – suck blood from dogs (discomfort and sometimes disease, ex: lymes) In class assignment Symbiosis worksheet Symbiosis worksheet Symbiosis worksheet Symbiosis worksheet Homework Good buddies worksheet Good buddies worksheet Good buddies worksheet Good buddies worksheet Energy Flow and/ shields the Earth from harmful UV light which can causes cancer and destroy producers * main causes are CFC’s (chlorofluorcarbons) 8. Land Use Decreases space and available resources /


How Do You Organize a Space Party? Allie Bieling & Caroline Sullivan You Planet!

Earth. (2-ESS1-1) become more spatially aware when examining the relative position of planets in the solar system in relation to the Sun. -Represent whole numbers as lengths from 0 on a number line diagram with equally spaced points corresponding to the numbers 0, 1, 2,..., and represent whole-number sums and/paper, sharpie) ●Jeopardy slideshow ●Candy for reward ●Index cards ●Museum worksheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1F_KUIkemWl-eLtwUwIgqEwzr2a8yiipdUyUQ44An9HQ/edithttps://docs.google.com/document/


AIM: Do now In your notes, list places on our planet you would expect to find water. Where on Earth can water be found?

you would expect to find water. Where on Earth can water be found? Constant movement of water through the atmosphere, lithosphere and biosphere powered by the sun. I. The /Hydrosphere converting liquid water to a vapor (gas). Uses energy from the sun. Any form of water that falls from a cloud. II. Parts of the Water Cycle The movement of water into rock or soil through cracks, pores or spaces/worksheet from the back top bin. With your partner work on both sides of the/


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. Day 8 Day 8 Objectives: Science 1.01 TSWBAT complete a worksheet comparing the earth system bottles Lesson: Observing how certain qualities affect plant growth Materials: worksheet, paper and pencil Activity Give students worksheet with space for drawing that includes questions about all of the earth system bottles (measure how the qualities and quantities of light, water, soil, and nutrients affected plant growth) Assessment Based on what students learned/


The Benefits and Consequences of Dependency on Non-Renewable Energy

10 Physical and Human characteristics of a place, by grouping them into respective categories on a worksheet, from /format appropriate to audience and purpose LA. 7.3.5.2 The student will use elements of spacing and design for graphics /and cultural characteristics of places. SS.7.G.2.3 Explain how major physical characteristics, natural resources and climate have influenced settlement and economy of Gulf Coast region Standard 3 Geography: Understands the relationship between the Earth’s Ecosystems and/


Day 59 Physics UCM LO: SWBAT perform calculate Fc and Ac LO: SWBAT Calculate Fg using NULG AGENDA Do Now – Complete UCM worksheet Notes Worksheet HW22.

Day 59 Physics UCM LO: SWBAT perform calculate Fc and Ac LO: SWBAT Calculate Fg using NULG AGENDA Do Now – Complete UCM worksheet Notes Worksheet HW22 due Thursday Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) Rearth / (6 SST missions and Hubble Repair) m = 80 kg What’s his mass? What’s his weight? 648 N ! Apollo 17 Earth as seen from the Moon What is the correct orbit of the space shuttle? What is the correct orbit of the space shuttle? At the surface of the Earth: Wearth,Story = MStory/


Post workshop materials

materials The Solar System Post workshop materials Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre You will need... Your copies of your worksheets Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre What we are going to do... In The Solar System workshop you performed / How are craters made? Craters are made when an object from space (like a rock) smashes into the surface and leaves behind a hole Do rocks fall to Earth? Yes! Rocks that fall from space are called meteorites On the Earth, we are protected from meteorites by the atmosphere (the air) /


Post workshop materials

The Solar System Post workshop materials Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre You will need... Your copies of your worksheets Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre What we are going to do... In The Solar System workshop you performed / USA What are craters? Craters are made when an object from space (like a rock) smashes into the surface and leaves behind a hole What are craters? Rocks that fall from space are called meteorites On the Earth, we are protected from meteorites by the atmosphere Meteorites get very hot/


February 11, 2003Lynn Cominsky - Cosmology A3501 Professor Lynn Cominsky Department of Physics and Astronomy Offices: Darwin 329A and NASA EPO (707) 664-2655.

or not it will block the light, then test your prediction  Write your predictions and results down on the worksheets that are provided  Hand in worksheets before leaving class February 11, 2003Lynn Cominsky - Cosmology A3503 SIRTF video  Seeing the /comets  >50 billion meteorites have traveled between Earth and Mars since the birth of the solar system  Panspermia = Life comes from space  Some think meteorites could have carried life from Mars to Earth or vice versa February 11, 2003Lynn Cominsky - /


10/14/03Prof. Lynn Cominsky1 Class web site: Office: Darwin 329A and NASA E/PO (707) 664-2655 Best way to.

Earth) will be single-celled organisms like bacteria 10/14/03Prof. Lynn Cominsky17 Do you think life exists on other planets? If so, where? And why? And what type? A) In our solar system? B) In our galaxy? C) In the Universe? Question to ponder: Explain your reasoning on your worksheet/Cominsky19 Wave Review Wavelength – distance between two crests or troughs in a wave in space Wavelength – distance between two crests or troughs in a wave in space Period – time it takes for 1 wave to pass by Period – time it/


To Those Who Shall Inherit the Earth

to move water up the plant Water leaves through holes in leaves called stomata Assignment! Complete the worksheet for biogeochemical cycles Color AND answer questions Use the document to help you answer questions Materials Colored pencils or crayons Pencil Due / this done to the planet? Caused the greenhouse effect where heat from the sun is trapped on Earth instead of reflected into space What has this done the temperatures of the planet? Increased carbon dioxide correlates to higher global temperatures /


Course Requirements, Syllabus, and Review Topics by unit

for their absence receive the three points for the day. Class work consists of reading and writing, and answering questions from the text, review book and worksheets. These are worth one point per question. Students who actively participate in class discussions /contour map that indicates changes in elevation of the Earth’s surface. Topic 3-Earth in the Universe Celestial Object-Any object outside Earth’s atmosphere Universe-All time, matter, energy and space The Big Bang Theory-The theory that the universe/


This Solar System Basics and the Sun lesson is just one small part of my Astronomy Topics Unit that includes… A five part 2,800 Slide PowerPoint Presentation.

. 12 worksheets that follow the slideshow and much more. This is a fantastic unit for any Earth Science Class. http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Astronomy_Unit.html Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. Thanks again for your interest in this curriculum. Sincerely, Ryan Murphy M.Ed www.sciencepowerpoint@gmail.com BIG BOYRING-A-DINGYOUR SUCH A NUSS ENUTPEN-BONUS- SPACE MOVIES/


This Solar System Basics and the Sun lesson is just one small part of my Astronomy Topics Unit that includes… A five part 2,800 Slide PowerPoint Presentation.

, rubrics. 12 worksheets that follow the slideshow and much more. This is a fantastic unit for any Earth Science Class. http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Astronomy_Unit.html Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. Thanks again for your interest in this curriculum. Sincerely, Ryan Murphy M.Ed www.sciencepowerpoint@gmail.com BLAST -OFFROCKET MANIT BURNSMAKE AN IMPACT -BONUS- SPACE STUFF 161116/


Strengthening the Link Between Research and Instruction in Physics Education David E. Meltzer Department of Physics and Astronomy Iowa State University.

Worksheets developed to address learning difficulties; tested in Physics 111 and 221, Fall 1999 Example: Newton’s Third Law in the Context of Gravity Is the magnitude of the force exerted by the asteroid on the Earth /space with no other masses nearby. The magnitude of the gravitational force experienced by each mass is F. Now one of the masses is doubled, and they are pushed farther apart to a separation of 2r. Then, the magnitudes of the gravitational forces experienced by the masses are: A. equal, and/


Science Skills. A. SCIENCE FROM CURIOSITY CURIOSITY  1. What is science?  It is a system of knowledge and the methods you use to find that knowledge.

 a. Social science  b. Natural science 2. What are the three branches of natural science? a. Physical science b. Earth and space science c. Life science  3. What is physical science?  It covers a broad range of study that focuses on nonliving things/Theory  It is a well-tested explanation for a set of observations or experimental results. (Scientific Theory)  Vase Worksheet  Think tube Worksheet 4. What are the two groups in an experiment? a. Controlled group  an experiment in which only one variable/


Physics 3 Gravity and Space. C/WEarth, Moon & Sun21-Oct-15 Aims:-4 know how they move in space 5 describe their path across the sky 5 describe their path.

133 (top) Page 135 (top) Page 135 (top) Animation 2 Seasons (open seasons.swf) Copy notes – 5 minutes Earth orbits the Sun, like all planets Earth orbits the Sun, like all planets It takes 1 year (365¼ days) It takes 1 year (365¼ days) The /‘weather’ is like, and any sights of special interest on your planet Homework Complete the Trends in the Solar System worksheet Complete the Trends in the Solar System worksheet Extra: Extra: What are comets? What are comets? Why have we sent space probes to collect dust /


Ecology To Those Who Shall Inherit the Earth…. Flow of Energy Love is energy and energy is everything.

to move water up the plant Water leaves through holes in leaves called stomata Assignment! Complete the worksheet for biogeochemical cycles Color AND answer questions Use the document to help you answer questions Materials Colored pencils or crayons Pencil Due / this done to the planet? Caused the greenhouse effect where heat from the sun is trapped on Earth instead of reflected into space What has this done the temperatures of the planet? Increased carbon dioxide correlates to higher global temperatures /


Atmosphere Water and Air… the two essential elements on which life depends have become global garbage cans.

Starts small Updrafts carry hail through supercooled layers repeatedly Forms layers Assignment! Cloud types and formation worksheet Turn in when you finish Climate and Climate Change Something wicked this way comes... Group Assignment! Each group will be / less sun hitting Earth How do volcanic eruptions cause climate change? Massive amounts of gas, ash, and aerosol released into the atmosphere Ash falls rapidly Gas stays in the upper atmosphere Sulfer dioxide reflects light back into space – causes cooling /


Physics 3 Gravity and Space. C/WEarth, Moon & Sun27-Nov-15 Aims:-4 know how they move in space 5 describe their path across the sky 5 describe their path.

133 (top) Page 135 (top) Page 135 (top) Animation 2 Seasons (open seasons.swf) Copy notes – 5 minutes Earth orbits the Sun, like all planets Earth orbits the Sun, like all planets It takes 1 year (365¼ days) It takes 1 year (365¼ days) The /‘weather’ is like, and any sights of special interest on your planet Homework Complete the Trends in the Solar System worksheet Complete the Trends in the Solar System worksheet Extra: Extra: What are comets? What are comets? Why have we sent space probes to collect dust /


Igniting Leadership at all Levels: EPA-ORD Working Together to Ensure the Earth’s Vitality Pervasive Leadership Liberating Collaboration Engendering Trust.

magnitude of change… The change that is taking place on the earth and in our minds is one of the greatest changes ever to take/questions in #1 abc & #2 ab. 2. Everyone listen for patterns/insights in two areas (see worksheet on page 11): High Point Stories of Change: Root Causes of Success? Key Trends, Events, Developments /moving to action Leadership and open space—what is open space? Open space: round one Open space: round two Looking at all the propositions as a package We will review and get a sense of /


S CIENCE M AY 7 TH AND M AY 8 TH Grab your chromebook and return to your seat.

DRAW ON HANDOUT Biosphere: Is EVERYTHING… draw Earth B RAIN P OP : L AND BIOMES http://www.brainpop.com/ We are watching and listening to the video to answer the following questions on your worksheet B RAIN P OP : L AND BIOMES http://www.brainpop.com/ 1. /of sunlight Temperature Amount of organic matter in soil Availability of water Number of Predators Number of competors Availability of shelter / space T IME TO GERMINATE SEEDS !!! We will take time to discuss our next unit… We will be germinating seeds over/


“Good morning, and welcome to introduction to chemistry.” Not the real Mr. Cooper.

Fe 2 S 3 SnO 2 Answers - Take ten minutes and work on sections 5 and 6 on the back side of your worksheet. Polyatomic Ions A group of atoms that carry a charge /would cover the Earth 1/4 mile deep! 1 mole of basketballs would fill a bag the size of the earth! Molar Conversions Converting from moles to grams to representative particles and vice versa. Use/of He are contained in your party balloon if the balloon takes up 4.2 L of space? Of course, this is one cold party, as it would be held at STP. Answer/


Astronomy Review So Far… For Astro Check 2 If I were you…I’d have all my worksheets out as well as some paper to write on (and maybe even study…)

worksheets out as well as some paper to write on (and maybe even study…) Scaling A model earth is 8 cm in diameter. Calculate: the diameter of the model moon (e ÷ 4 = m; 8 ÷ 4 = 2 cm) the diameter of the model sun (e x 109 = s; 8 x 109 = 872 cm) the distance between the earth and/ sun moved / moon shaded) Gravity What invisible force holds space objects in orbit? (gravity) The Law of Universal Gravitation is based on what two things? (the mass and the distance between the objects) Draw a diagram to clarify /


Satellites D. Crowley, 2008. Satellites  To know how a satellite gets into space, and what they are used for.

the moon?  How about other planets… or solar systems?!  Space travel is never routine - it is extremely dangerous (space is very hostile) and if a rocket malfunctions you don’t usually walk away… Going To The Moon  Complete the going to the moon worksheet Going To The Moon Lots of Earth’s gravity Gravity of Earth still strong Moon’s gravity affects lander Moon’s gravity/


Study Hall: working. Assigned Seats.. WARM UP  Bring your notebook, pencil, and agenda to your desk  Complete Wednesday’s warm up now  YOU ARE QUIET,

:  The Sun and 8 Planets  Multiple moons  Asteroids, Meteors and Comets  Dust, gases and empty space. WRITE IN NOTEBOOK Mnemonic for the 8 Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, /and rotate only when the teacher tells you to move Solar System Worksheet  Write your name on this worksheet  Turn it in now (passing papers in following our procedure) WRITE IN NOTEBOOK  4 Terrestrial Planets: inner planets  Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars  4 Gas Giants: outer planets  Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and/


Diving and Science: Gravity and Weight. Diving is the sport of performing acrobatics whilst jumping or falling into water from a platform or springboard.

Moon. To counteract this reduction of gravity lunar astronauts wear items with a bigger mass such as space or moon boots. If these were worn on Earth the astronauts would hardly be able to move about, let alone jump the great distances they do / be pulled towards the ground more slowly than if they were on Earth. The extra time in the air would allow them to complete more twists, turns and somersaults and so a more complicated dive. Worksheet answers – Q4 5.Explain why objects appear to weigh less in water/


S7L5 Students will examine the evolution of living organisms through inherited characteristics that promote survival of organisms and the survival of.

of organisms have changed over successive generations (e.g. Darwin’s finches and peppered moths of Manchester). b. Describe ways in which species on earth have evolved due to natural selection. c. Trace evidence that the /and living space. 5. Food and other resources are limited, so many individuals of a species will not survive to reproduce. 6. If the variation makes the individual member better adapted to the environment, then it will more likely survive to produce offspring. Darwin’s Theory Worksheet/


-Nice neat notes that are legible and use indents when appropriate. -Example of indent. -Skip a line between topics -Make visuals clear and well drawn.

inaccurate because… Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Most of an atom is empty space, electrons orbit far away from the nucleus. Most of an atom is empty space, electrons orbit far away from the nucleus. 1800 Electrons = Mass of 1 proton./more” educational links provided in this unit and complete this worksheet “AYE” Advance Your Exploration ELA and Literacy Opportunity Worksheet –Visit some of the many provided links or.. –Articles can be found at (w/ membership to and NSTA) http://www.sciencedaily.com/ http/


Why would anyone want to explore space? Click to listen to story.

when it starts up and gets into the sky. meteorite me – te – or - ite A meteorite is a piece of stone from space that hits something. Spaceships sometimes are hit by meteorites. Some meteorites that hit Earth leave big dents in the ground. meteorite Short Vowels Review: Read these words. mist must mug slug slip slop slap sled Making Words Worksheet High Frequency Words/


Aim: Topographic Maps Do Now:

of the worksheet. I. Topography Vocabulary a) Altitude: elevation above sea level or any other point on earths surface. A map on which measurements are plotted and connected using isolines b) Field Map: A map on which measurements are plotted and connected using / lines should close on themselves - Even if this takes place off the map 3. Contour lines become more closely spaced when the gradient increases 4. Contour lines become further apart when the gradient decreases Rules for Drawing Contour Lines 5./


Physical Science The History of Earth A. Hawkins K. Langhoff

log, you may bring your completed opening activity log worksheet to me. Image obtained from: https://static-secure.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2014/3/5/1394062959544/New-dinosaur-species-disc-012.jpg History of Earth…In One Day! Midnight (12:00 AM) Solar nebula Cloud of dust and gas in space Begins to spin, flatten Large debris in cloud combine/


Thursday, April 22 nd Agenda  Collect Homework: “Deep Spaceworksheet  Finish Section 18.3: The Solar System The Moon  Movie: “A Spin Around the Solar.

Thursday, April 22 nd Agenda  Collect Homework: “Deep Spaceworksheet  Finish Section 18.3: The Solar System The Moon  Movie: “A Spin Around the Solar System: Moon Dance”  In-Class Assignments: Section 18.3 review, pg. 600/illuminates only half of the moon’s surface, just as at any time it is daytime on one half of the Earth and nighttime on the other half. Phases of the Moon The Moon has Phases Because it Orbits Earth  When the side of the moon that is lit is facing you, it is called a full moon.  /


Science Skills CHAPTER 1. 1. What is science? It is a system of knowledge and the methods you use to find that knowledge. Science begins with curiosity.

CHAPTER 1 SECTION 1, WHAT IS SCIENCE? 2. What are the three branches of natural science? a. Physical science b. Earth and space science c. Life science CHAPTER 1 SECTION 1, WHAT IS SCIENCE? 3. What is physical science? It covers a broad range/5. When subtracting numbers written in scientific notation, the exponents must first be the same,. (without scientific calculators) Practice on Worksheet CHAPTER 1 SECTION 3 MEASUREMENT B. SI Units of Measurement 1.What is SI? The abbreviation stands for the French name/


SCIENCE CURRICULUM PLANNING AND RESOURCE PACKAGE Barb, Randee, Alissa and Amanda.

Six; Our Solar System  Time: 8-10 weeks, 150 minutes a week Content  Earth and space science brings local, global, and universal perspectives to student knowledge. Earth, our home planet, exhibits form, structure, and patterns of change as do our surrounding solar system and the physical universe beyond.  Students will be expected to research and represent the physical characteristics of the major components of the solar system, including/


December 12th Quick Write:  Take the worksheet at the front of the desk.  Work on class work sheet Homework: complete the class work sheet on the Periodic.

Differentiate between the traits of each Chemical Family. December 15th Quick Write: 1. Define ions and valence electrons. Homework: study your periodic Worksheets quiz Monday, December 19 th on characteristics of Chemical Families Test Thursday, December 22nd Molecular Forces / to form positive ions Family 1 Usage: Sodium: found in table salt Rubidium: found in space vehicle engines Alkaline Earth Metals Description: Reactive metals always found as compounds in nature 2 valence electrons, lose 2 electron/


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