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“Your Key To Success in Science” SCIENCE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK Presented by Roger Barker Portions adopted from D. Untalan, E. DuBose, A. Holder & D. Saunders.

INPUT WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____ The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. /poems, foldables, etc. Let your CREATIVITY go wild! EVEN PAGES = 2,4,6,8,10…YOU GOT IT.. Example of student interpretation of the DAY’S ACTIVITY placed on the LEFT side of the notebook. INCLUDES:  WARM-UP  DAY’S ACTIVITY WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposers Producers Consumers Plants are _________. Lions, tigers, and/


“Your Key To Success in Science” SCIENCE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK Presented by Diane Untalan Portions adopted from E. DuBose, A. Holder & D. Saunders.

INPUT WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____ The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. /poems, foldables, etc. Let your CREATIVITY go wild! EVEN PAGES = 2,4,6,8,10…YOU GOT IT.. Example of student interpretation of the DAY’S ACTIVITY placed on the LEFT side of the notebook. INCLUDES:  WARM-UP  DAY’S ACTIVITY WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposers Producers Consumers Plants are _________. Lions, tigers, and/


Honors Marine Biology The Epipelagic Zone Module 13 March 17, 2015.

(Sea Slug): Scavenger Kelp: Producer Sea lettuce: Producer Jelly Fish:: Carnivore, Consumer Commorant: Consumer, carnivore Sea urchin: omnivore, scavengers Sea Anemone : Consumer, herbivore Coral: Consumer, omnivore Sponge: Consumer, herbibore, decomposer Sea Star: Consumer, carnivore Bacteria: Decomposer Fungus: Decomposer Humans: Consumer, Omnivore Shark: Consumer, carnivore Killer Whale: :Consumer carnivore Albatross:Consumer, Consumer, Carnivore Annahinga: Consumer, Carnivore55 Homework What ingredients/


Page 131Page 132 Interactions in an Ecosystem WARM – UP Use your prior knowledge to define the following words: Predator Prey Habitat Ecosystem Homework:

a Food Chain” I.D me….. ProducersConsumersDecomposers – Herbivores – Carnivores – Trophic Pyramid inspired by the poem, “Links in a Food Chain” “Energy in an Ocean Pyramid” Analysis Qs Pyramids Trophic Pyramid Food Pyramid Page 137Page 138 Practice EOG Pre-Test WARM – UP Take out your KIM/Frayer cards you did for homework last night. Review each card and write a brief statement about which/


Page 131Page 132 Interactions in an Ecosystem WARM – UP Use your prior knowledge to define the following words: Predator Prey Habitat Ecosystem Homework:

a Food Chain” I.D me….. ProducersConsumersDecomposers – Herbivores – Carnivores – Trophic Pyramid inspired by the poem, “Links in a Food Chain” “Energy in an Ocean Pyramid” Analysis Qs Pyramids Trophic Pyramid Food Pyramid Page 137Page 138 Practice EOG Pre-Test WARM – UP Take out your KIM/Frayer cards you did for homework last night. Review each card and write a brief statement about which/


Page 131Page 132 Interactions in an Ecosystem WARM – UP Use your prior knowledge to define the following words: Predator Prey Habitat Ecosystem Homework:

a Food Chain” I.D me….. ProducersConsumersDecomposers – Herbivores – Carnivores – Trophic Pyramid inspired by the poem, “Links in a Food Chain” “Energy in an Ocean Pyramid” Analysis Qs Pyramids Trophic Pyramid Food Pyramid Page 137Page 138 Practice EOG Pre-Test WARM – UP Take out your KIM/Frayer cards you did for homework last night. Review each card and write a brief statement about which/


Page 131Page 132 Interactions in an Ecosystem WARM – UP Use your prior knowledge to define the following words: Predator Prey Habitat Ecosystem Homework:

a Food Chain” I.D me….. ProducersConsumersDecomposers – Herbivores – Carnivores – Trophic Pyramid inspired by the poem, “Links in a Food Chain” “Energy in an Ocean Pyramid” Analysis Qs Pyramids Trophic Pyramid Food Pyramid Page 137Page 138 Practice EOG Pre-Test WARM – UP Take out your KIM/Frayer cards you did for homework last night. Review each card and write a brief statement about which/


Page 131Page 132 Interactions in an Ecosystem WARM – UP Use your prior knowledge to define the following words: Predator Prey Habitat Ecosystem Homework:

a Food Chain” I.D me….. ProducersConsumersDecomposers – Herbivores – Carnivores – Trophic Pyramid inspired by the poem, “Links in a Food Chain” “Energy in an Ocean Pyramid” Analysis Qs Pyramids Trophic Pyramid Food Pyramid Page 137Page 138 Practice EOG Pre-Test WARM – UP Take out your KIM/Frayer cards you did for homework last night. Review each card and write a brief statement about which/


Page 131Page 132 Interactions in an Ecosystem WARM – UP Use your prior knowledge to define the following words: Predator Prey Habitat Ecosystem Homework:

a Food Chain” I.D me….. ProducersConsumersDecomposers – Herbivores – Carnivores – Trophic Pyramid inspired by the poem, “Links in a Food Chain” “Energy in an Ocean Pyramid” Analysis Qs Pyramids Trophic Pyramid Food Pyramid Page 137Page 138 Practice EOG Pre-Test WARM – UP Take out your KIM/Frayer cards you did for homework last night. Review each card and write a brief statement about which/


Topic: Science Notebook

you. It contains your warm-up (QUESTION MARK) and the day’s activity (LIGHTBULB). On this page you may include diagrams, cartoons, drawings, poems, foldables, etc. Let your CREATIVITY go wild! Even Pages = 2,4,6,8..YOU KNOW IT. WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposers Producers Consumers The DAY’S ACTIVITY is placed on the LEFT side of the notebook. INCLUDES: /


Bienvenue! Who is Roland Michel Tremblay?

with a new sequence of poems called "Mystère de/and LActualité, and newspapers such as Le Jour and Le Devoir. Godbout’s witty and urbane novels Une histoire américaine (1986; An American Story, 1988) and Le temps des Galarneau (1994; The Golden Galarneaus, 1995) document the shift in attitudes and trends regarding language, politics, and consumer/and television producer with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporations Public Affairs division in Montreal and/ Flowers Smell Like Christ Decomposing! Youre So Sweet! /


“Your Key To Success in Science” SCIENCE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK.

placed on the LEFT side of the notebook. INCLUDES:  WARM-UP  DAY’S ACTIVITY WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposers Producers Consumers Plants are _________. Lions, tigers, and bears are ________. Worms and mushrooms are_________ Science Warm-Ups Graphic Organizers Drawings/Illustrations Poems, Rap Songs Cartoons/Comics Lab Analysis Teach Your Parent YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BE AS CREATIVE AS YOU WANT TO BE The/


“Your Key To Success in Science” INTERACTIVE SCIENCE NOTEBOOK.

” STUDENT work = OUTPUT RIGHT side is “restricted” to TEACHER INPUT WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____ The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. On this page you may include diagrams, cartoons, drawings, poems, foldables, etc. Let your CREATIVITY go wild! EVEN PAGES = 2,4,6,8…YOU GOT IT.. The/


“Your Key To Success in Science” INTERACTIVE SCIENCE NOTEBOOK.

” STUDENT work = OUTPUT RIGHT side is “restricted” to TEACHER INPUT WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____ The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. On this page you may include diagrams, cartoons, drawings, poems, foldables, etc. Let your CREATIVITY go wild! EVEN PAGES = 2,4,6,8…YOU GOT IT.. The/


Assessment Literacy Kent City Schools. A drink from a fire hose!

? LS 5.2: Use food webs to identify the relationships among producers, consumers and decomposers in an ecosystem. (ONLS) LS 5.2: Food webs can be used to identify the relationships among producers, consumers and decomposers in an ecosystem. (ONLS) Explain your reasoning. ©2013. Battelle/the Harlem-Renaissance, uses which of the following poetic devices in his poem A Raisin in the Sun? Which of the following poetic devices does Langston Hughes use in his poem A Raisin in the Sun? Solve the following: 2,348 + /


6 TH GRADE INDEPENDENT STUDY Assignments: May 14 to May 21.

Graphic Organizers  Front of Workbook Living Parts of the System Causes: Power Plants Factories Volcanoes Carss  Producer-Plant that can use sun’s energy  Consumer-eats other things  Herbivore-deer (Ms. Busk)  Carnivore-Wolf (YOU! AAGH!)  Decomposer-consumes “waste” Food Chains and Food Webs  Graphic Organizer  With your group label  ProducersConsumersDecomposers Food ChainFood Web Symbiosis-Balance…..  Birds sitting on cows  Remora fish on sharks  At least/


Faculty Meeting Nov. 16, 2011 Icebreaker Icebreaker Cornell Notes – STAR set up Cornell Notes – STAR set up Interactive Notebooks Interactive Notebooks.

Truth Fable Fable Limerick Limerick Cinquain Cinquain Haiku Haiku Acrostic Poem Acrostic Poem Diamante Poem Diamante Poem Song, Rap or Rhyming Poem Song, Rap or Rhyming Poem Nursery Rhyme or Song Nursery Rhyme or Song Concept// side is “restricted” to TEACHER INPUT WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____ Illustrated Outlines Comic Strips Advertisements Sensory Figures, cont. Concept Map Venn Diagram /


Apes Practice Exam 2 Directions: Each group of lettered answer choices refers to the numbered statements of questions that immediately follow. For each.

. (D) can be thought of as the basic food source for decomposers in an ecosystem. (E) is usually reported as the energy output of an area of producers over a given tune period. 12. Which of the following is NOT/and China) and South America (Bolivia and Brazil). About a third of all tin produced today goes to make tinplated steel (tinplate) for food and beverage cans and other packaging. More than 300 million tin-plated cans of food are eaten daily worldwide. The United States is the primary consumer/


Page 131Page 132 Interactions in an Ecosystem WARM – UP Use your prior knowledge to define the following words: Predator Prey Habitat Ecosystem Homework:

6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 ATP + 6 H 2 O + 6 CO 2 Reactants Glucose and oxygen Products Energy, water, and carbon dioxide Importance of ATP = energy rich molecule Oxidation = the act of combining with oxygen What kind of/or definition M M = Memory Cue or picture Your Sentence Illustrations inspired by the poem, “Links in a Food Chain” I.D me….. ProducersConsumersDecomposers – Herbivores – Carnivores – Trophic Pyramid inspired by the poem, “Links in a Food Chain” “Energy in an Ocean Pyramid” Analysis Qs Pyramids/


Apes Practice Exam 2 Directions: Each group of lettered answer choices refers to the numbered statements of questions that immediately follow. For each.

. (D) can be thought of as the basic food source for decomposers in an ecosystem. (E) is usually reported as the energy output of an area of producers over a given tune period. 12. Which of the following is NOT/and China) and South America (Bolivia and Brazil). About a third of all tin produced today goes to make tinplated steel (tinplate) for food and beverage cans and other packaging. More than 300 million tin-plated cans of food are eaten daily worldwide. The United States is the primary consumer/


“Your Key To Success in Science” INTERACTIVE SCIENCE NOTEBOOK.

TEACHER INPUT WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____ The left side is your own work. /poem on this topic. 14. Write a mnemonic to help you remember this information. The DAY’S ACTIVITY is placed on the LEFT side of the notebook. INCLUDES:  WARM-UP  DAY’S ACTIVITY WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposers Producers Consumers Plants are _________. Lions, tigers, and bears are ________. Worms and/


 Make a tutorial using:  flip cam  Sketchcast.com  Jing  Photostory  Voki  Animoto  Go Animate  or some other form of multimedia approved by me.

to exemplify your point. 6. Make a food web that includes at least 10 organisms (at least one, producer, consumer, and decomposer must be included) ONLY this project can be a 3-D model or made with one of the media programs. 1. /Text  Up to 10% of work or 1000 words, whichever is less  Poems  Entire poem if less than 250 words  250 words or less if longer  Not more than 5 poems from same anthology  Only 3 poems per poet  Internet  Copyrighted just as print materials; no notification of copyright /


Interactive Science Notebooks. __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________.

 BOCA=beginning of class assignment  Concept Maps  Drawings  Reflective Writing  Questions  Data and Graphs  Songs  Poems  Data from Experiments  Cartoons or cartoon strips Right Side Teacher Input/Content Blue or Black Ink/BOCA: Complete the following: consumer, producer, decomposer Plants, mice, and other mammals are. OUTPUT Left=Loves (your interpretation) INPUT (notes from teacher) BOCA: Complete the following: consumer, producer, decomposer Plants, mice, and other mammals are. Graphic /


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consumer products and illustrate the data graphically. Plan a large school event and calculate resources (food, decorations, etc.) you need to organize and /. I can isolate and name the ending sound of a pair of rhyming words. I can produce and verbalize a pair of/and attributes. how to use shapes to create other shapes. Be able to: compose and decompose two- and three-dimensional figures to make new ones. use geometry to solve problems. draw and/or build two- and three-dimensional geometric shapes. Show-And/


Copyright 2010. PEER.tamu.edu Classification of Organisms.

Multicellular – made up of more than one cell Autotroph – producers Heterotroph – consumers Sexual Reproduction - 2 parent cells Asexual Reproduction —1 parent/ The 4 Kingdoms in Eukaryota Protista Mostly unicellular and microscopic Autotrophic or heterotrophic Can be infectious agents /Mosses Ferns Trees Flowering Plants Fungi Multicellular Heterotrophic Decomposers Can be infectious agents Examples: Mushrooms Athlete’/of the organism. I’m Talkin Bout (poems) On other side you should see: Archaebacteria /


 A interactive notebook (INB) your own personalized DIARY of learning about science  A portfolio of your work in ONE convenient spot. This is great.

OUTPUT RIGHT side is “restricted” to TEACHER INPUT WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____  The LEFT SIDE belongs to you.  It contains your interpretation of the / tactile learning. Graphic Organizers Drawings/Illustrations Poems, Rap Songs Cartoons/Comics Lab Analysis YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BE AS CREATIVE AS YOU WANT TO BE  The RIGHT SIDE belongs to me and should only contain information given or “/


“Your Key To Success in Science” INTERACTIVE SCIENCE NOTEBOOK.

” STUDENT work = OUTPUT RIGHT side is “restricted” to TEACHER INPUT WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____ The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. On this page you may include diagrams, cartoons, drawings, poems, foldables, etc. Let your CREATIVITY go wild! EVEN PAGES = 2,4,6,8…YOU GOT IT.. Science/


The Camps Holocaust Terms Notes #3 The Camps. Types of Camps: Concentration Camps - Dachau Slave Labor Camps - Mauthausan Death Camps - Auschwitz, Treblinka,

consumer goods filled the store shop windows, people were nicely dressed and staged in strategic areas so they would be seen, and/and poems which he took to Prague. The suitcase sat on a shelf for ten years before they were opened and the children’s poems and art work were rediscovered. They were put on exhibition and/produce synthetic rubber, called Buna. Farben executives intended to exploit concentration camp labor to manufacture synthetic rubber and/railroad cars filled with decomposed bodies at Dachau. /


Presented by Mrs. Hill /

contracts Students understand the basic economic concepts and their individual roles in the economy, and demonstrate basic economic reasoning skills; describe food production and consumption in the past and today including roles of farmers, processors, distributors, weather and land resources; understand interdependence of consumers and producers; understand how limits on resources affect population and consumption Science Motion of objects can be observed and measured-push/pull, machines (forces) make/


“Your Key To Success in Science” INTERACTIVE SCIENCE NOTEBOOK Presented by Mr. Lambdin.

side “loves ” STUDENT work = OUTPUT RIGHT side is “restricted” to TEACHER INPUT Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____ The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. On this page you may include diagrams, cartoons, drawings, poems, foldables, etc. Let your CREATIVITY go wild! EVEN PAGES =2, 4, 6, 8, 10…YOU GOT IT/


Rigor/Relevance For All Students. What will our Students need to: Know Know Do Do.

now under construction and one plant produces 200 trains each /and composing and decomposing geometric shapes. Grade 1, Number and Operations Number and Operations in Base Ten Extend the counting sequence Understand place value Use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract Operations and Algebraic Thinking Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction Understand and apply properties of operations and the relationship between addition and subtraction Add and/


Debora Tolliver ECSU EDU563 June 2012 A TIME LINE FOR CONNECTICUT’S STONEWALLS

novels, photographs, and oral traditions Howard Mansfield (writer: In the Memory House) Henry David Thoreau (writer) Robert Frost (writer: poem - Mending Wall) J.B. Jackson (writer) Eric Sloane (writer) George Perkins (writer: Man and Nature) J. /s energy enters and is transferred from producers to consumers in a local land or aquatic food chain GLE 3: Design and conduct simple investigations to record interactions among producers, consumers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores and decomposers in an ecosystem/


“Your Key To Success in Science” INTERACTIVE SCIENCE NOTEBOOK.

work = OUTPUT RIGHT side is “ restricted ” to TEACHER INPUT Daily Challenge #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____ The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. On this page you may include diagrams, cartoons, drawings, poems, foldables, etc. Let your CREATIVITY go wild! EVEN PAGES = 2,4,6,8…YOU GOT IT.. The/


SCIENCE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK “Your Key To Success in Science” =

is “ restricted ” to Captain Foxwell ’ s INPUT WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____. The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. It contains the date, the day’s objective/as you are creating pretty much everything that goes here! Science Openings Graphic Organizers Drawings/Illustrations Poems, Rap Songs Cartoons/Comics Lab Analysis Foldables Reflections Vocabulary YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BE AS CREATIVE AS YOU /


Interactive Science Notebook 8 th Grade Science Mrs. Kaminer.

Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____ The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. Every left side page gets used! Always use color and organize information..it helps the brain learn. Output exercises: One Word/One Image Summaries, Tables/Graphs, Venn Diagrams, Pictures/Drawings, Poems//Raps/Quotes/Songs/Cartoons, Mnemonic Devices, Thinking Maps, and Reflective Statements! ODD PAGES =1, 3, /


“Your LIFE in Science Class”. Interactive Notebook! Even though we may not think it, scientists are very organized. One tool they use to keep organized.

Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____  The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. Every left side page gets used!  Always use color and organize information..it helps the brain learn.  Output exercises: One Word/One Image Summaries, Tables/Graphs, Venn Diagrams, Pictures/Drawings, Poems//Raps/Quotes/Songs/Cartoons, Mnemonic Devices, Thinking Maps, and Reflective Statements! ODD PAGES =1, 3, /


“Your Key To Success in Science” SCIENCE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK.

The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. It contains the day’s activity (LIGHTBULB) and the analysis portion of labs. On this page you may also include diagrams, cartoons, drawings, poems, foldables, etc. Let your CREATIVITY go wild! ODD PAGES =1, 3, 5/a review before the start of class and should be completed within the first FIVE minutes of class. Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producers Consumers Plants are _________. Lions, tigers, and bears are ________. Worms and mushrooms are_________ Date: The day’s /


Interactive Science Notebook 7 th Grade Life Science YOUR Name YOUR Period Captain Foxwell 2012-2013.

restricted ” to Captain Foxwell ’ s INPUT Jolly Good Knowledge Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____. The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. It contains the date, the day’s / you are creating pretty much everything that goes here! Science Openings Graphic Organizers Drawings/Illustrations Poems, Rap Songs Cartoons/Comics Lab Analysis Foldables Reflections Vocabulary YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BE AS CREATIVE AS YOU/


INTERACTIVE SCIENCE NOTEBOOK “Your Key To Success in Science” = 7 th Grade Science Interactive Science Notebook.

OUTPUT RIGHT side is “restricted” to Mrs. Turner’s INPUT “Bell Work Assignment” Fill in the missing word. Decomposers Producers Consumers Plants are ____. Cats and rabbits are ____. Maggots are ____ LS.6d The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. It contains the date, the/day’s objective, any bell-work assignments (indicated with a question mark) and the day’s lesson (indicated with a light bulb). On this page you may include diagrams, cartoons, drawings, poems, foldables, etc. Let your CREATIVITY go wild! ODD PAGES =1,/


Morning Work Feb. 17th Poetry 3.Which fraction is in simplest form? A.9/20B. 7/35C. 9/21D. 14/28 2. Of the students in Mr. Chris’s class 11/24 of them.

can of paint B. 1/8 of a can of paint C. 38/40 of a can of paint Math 1. Decomposer, Producer or Consumer? a. Mushroomf. Bacteria b. Koala Bear g. Basking Shark c. Clownfishh. Eucalyptus Leaves d.Cantaloupe Plant i. Ms. Sonntag e. Miley / that form the soul of A little girl who speaks and speaks…! ~David Escobar Galindo Morning Work Feb. 20 th 1.) Read the poem below. The write two thoughts you would like to share with the class about the poem. 2.) Answer the science question. Write an explanation to/


Chemistry SM-1131 Week 11 Lesson 1 Dr. Jesse Reich Assistant Professor of Chemistry Massachusetts Maritime Academy Fall 2008.

2008 Class Today Poem Test Wednesday on chapter 7&8 Review Chapter 7 Review/cover chapter 8 Poem Fay school motto / 10 SO 3 + H 2 O  H 2 SO 4 Decomposition When things decompose they break down. This reaction is where 1 molecule breaks down into several molecules./4 % Yield and limiting reagents % yield = 100 * actual yield/theoretical yield It tells you how much product you produced out of the /is limiting. Even though we have more of it more is consumed in the reaction. You can calculate in terms of moles /


Your New Best Friend! The Interactive Science Notebook Unlocking Science Success.

of Color The brain remembers things in color better. Concept Maps Drawings Reflective Writing Questions Data and Graphs Songs Poems Data from Experiments Cartoons or cartoon strips Foldables Right Side Teacher Input/Content Blue or Black /RIGHT side is “restricted” to TEACHER INPUT WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____ OUTPUT (your interpretation) INPUT (notes from teacher) The RIGHT SIDE should contain/


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year. Test consumer products and illustrate the data graphically. Plan a large school event and calculate resources (food, decorations, etc.) you need to organize and hold this / and a character in the book. Compare and contrast physical and personality traits. Label your collages so viewers understand your thinking. Write a bio-poem about yourself and another/owl at the highest trophic level. Be sure to include producers (green plants) and decomposers in your food web. Also include the Sun. The intermediate/


INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS HALEY AMERSON- EAST RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SUZANNE RUSSO-LAKE MINNEOLA HIGH SCHOOL.

these types of activities think drawings, poems, comic strips, lab write ups, practice math problems. Let’s look at some simple examples to see how the progression of a lesson would occur in Science, Math, History, and Language Arts. WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producer Consumer Plants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____ PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER: UNDERSTANDING/


Carib Studies Module 1 Notes. LOCATING THE CARIBBEAN.

food preparations which are time consuming and labour intensive are now speeded up and made easier to produce for the tourist market and working persons using modern techniques such as refrigeration and food processing. FEATURES OF CARIBBEAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE Investigating features of Caribbean Society and Culture Expected Learning Outcomes Explain terms such as cultural diversity, hybridization, social stratification and social mobility Examine diversity and commonality in the Caribbean Analyse/


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work of pioneers in classification? (e.g. Carl Linnaeus) Can they name and group a variety of living things based on feeding patterns? (producer, consumer, predator, prey, herbivore, carnivore, omnivore) © Focus Education 2014 23 Knowledge, Skills and Understanding breakdown for States of Matter Year 4 States of Matter Can they compare and group materials together, according to whether they are solids, liquids or gases? Can/


AP 9/21 TEST TODAY Turn in your review Pick up a periodic table As soon as we do good things, you will receive your test. You will have ONE hour to complete.

Chapter 3 Objective In this chapter, we will look at the quantities of materials consumed and produced in chemical reaction. The study of these quantities is called chemical stoichiometry. 3.1/in zinc (II) bromide Practice: NMSI 8 and 9 Empirical Formula Poem Percent to mass, Mass to moles, Divide by smallest, And round (or multiply) ‘till whole 3./ Hydrogen peroxide decomposes to form water and oxygen gas. This reaction proceeds faster when a catalyst is added. How many grams of water will be produced from 2/


The “Scientific Revolution” . Before the Scientific Revolution Scientists seek to understand HOW things happen –intent is to use science to “prove” God.

and that foods had varying potential to produce different humors. Hot foods produced yellow bile; cold ones produced phlegm. Seasons, a person’s age, sleep patterns, geographic living area, and/ and gets mixed with invisible life-giving gas in the lungs Also believed the blood is consumed /is a follower of Paracelsus “Paracelsus” (lengthy dramatic poem by Robert Browning) Paracelsus is mentioned as an / front of the bellows stands a cauldron of decomposing organic material. A large pentacle (five-pointed /


HEALTH AWARENESS EDUCATION

and decompose it. This is especially so in the groin, underarms, and feet or in clothing that has absorbed sweat. Diet influences the odor too. Bathing everyday day and/just for fun or write a short poem. Even the smallest burst of creativity may/Consumer Union, (2000) environmental wellness is the ability to promote health measures that improve the standard of living and quality of life in the community, including laws and/illness, and death. Gonorrhea and chlamydia may produce no obvious symptoms in a/


“Your Key To Success in Science” SCIENCE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK Presented by Ms. Samita Tahseen Portions adopted from A. Holder & D. Saunders.

"messing up" your notes.  Allows you to be like a REAL SCIENTIST ! DIANFOSSEYDIANFOSSEY LEODIVINCILEODIVINCI WARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word. Decomposers Producers Consumers Plants are _________. Lions, tigers, and bears are ________. Worms and mushrooms are_________ Science Warm-Ups Graphic Organizers Drawings/Illustrations Poems, Rap Songs Cartoons/Comics Lab Analysis Teach Your Parent YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BE AS CREATIVE AS YOU WANT TO BE Notes/


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