Ppt on uses of plants for grade 1

William Terzaghi Spring 2015 Bio 369: Plant Physiology.

in plant physiology and see where it takes us. 1.Biofuels 2.Climate/CO 2 change How will plants be affected? Can we use plants to help alleviate it? Plan C We will pick a problem in plant physiology and see where it takes us. 1.Biofuels/ 4.See where they lead us Plan C 1.Pick a problem 2.Pick some plants to study 3.Design some experiments 4.See where they lead us Grading? Combination of papers and presentations Plan C Grading? Combination of papers and presentations First presentation:10 points Research /


Cycles in Nature 7 th Grade Science Referencing Ch. 2 Environmental Science.

between oceans, atmosphere, land & living things -Parts: 1. Evaporation – liquid to vapor 2. Condensation – vapor to liquid 3. Precipitation – liquid falls from atmosphere 4. Transpiration – evaporation of water from leaves -Same water has been here for billions of years! You drink the same water that the dinosaurs drank! Carbon Cycle -Exchange of carbon between environment & living things. -Plants use CO 2 from air to make food. -Animals/


Welcome to Mr. Norman’s 6 th grade science class! Where ANYTHING can happen!!

and Inquiry – Design & conduct investigations Plant Systems – Experiments with Plants Cell Structure and Function – Structure & hierarchy of cells 2 nd Quarter Human Body Systems – How various systems work together to form vital functions Scientific Method – Step-by-step process for conducting scientific inquiry. 3 rd Quarter Science Project – Conduct a controlled investigation using the scientific method at home Structure of the Earth – Earth’s atmosphere – Earth/


Objective: Students will describe whether they help in the environment. Vocabulary Word: environmentalism Going Green 1.

composted). First-person pronoun: I Suggest some ways to help the environment. Use a participle + noun pattern. For example: Cleaning campaign (Cleaning can be a verb, but it’s used as an adjective here, which makes it a participle. Recycled papers Cleaned parks Cleaned paper Planted trees Composting food Renewed bottles Pattern for Prompt Have you ever participated in a ________(cleaning campaign, recycling drive/


The ________ ________ is a series of steps that are used to __________ a natural occurrence.

series of steps that are used to __________ a natural occurrence. Form a __________or__________ Form a ___________ Develop a ___________ or _________ for testing the hypothesis Record your results, __________, and ____________ Draw __________ _____________ Results Step # 1 -/ pattern. EXAMPLES ____I sleep at least 8 hours a night, ____ my grades will improve. _____ a plant is given fertilizer, _____ it will grow taller than a plant that is not given fertilizer. Step #3 - Materials List all __________ that/


By: Kendra Steele. Content Area: Science Grade Level: 1 st Grade Summary: The purpose of this instructional PowerPoint is to inform the students about.

interactive game interactive game Through the use of the instructional PowerPoint the students have learned several things including: All living organisms change overtime. Plants and animals are living organisms allowing the plants and animals to grow, develop, and change overtime. Plants and animals change over time due to their different life cycles. Understood the distinction between the different change overtime. For example, reptile and amphibians begin/


Who Eats What? FOOD CHAINS Miss Sepsakos’s -4th Grade-Science.

Who Eats What? FOOD CHAINS Miss Sepsakos’s -4th Grade-Science In this world all living things fit into a category… Plants Animals Humans Bacteria/fungi Plants are producers Plants are called producers. Producers make their own food with photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is how plants make their own food from using the energy of the sun, water, and a gas called carbon dioxide. Animals & Humans = Consumers Animals and humans/


Happy Game 2 nd Grade Animals of Long Ago 2 nd Grade Animals of Long Ago Happy is very hungry. Pick the right lunch box to keep Happy healthy.

Grade Animals of Long Ago 2 nd Grade Animals of Long Ago Happy is very hungry. Pick the right lunch box to keep Happy healthy. These animals lived on Earth long ago. *Dinosaurs* *Rhino* Bad Answer 1/. These dinosaurs had sharp teeth for eating meat, strong hind legs for running, and short legs with pointed claws. *meat eaters**plant eaters* Bad Answer 6 Next / These dinosaurs had many flat teeth they used to grind food. They also walked on four legs. *meat eaters**plant eaters* Bad Answer 7 Next Question Yuck/


Social Studies. Social Studies at SES Kindergarten – The Student and Their Environment Grade 1 – Families Grade 2 – Communities Grade 3 – Communities.

participate in the Pharaoh for a Day activity to learn about ancient cultures. Seventh graders use the Material World photos taken by Peter Menzel to compare different lifestyles and cultures around the world. Social Studies at MBA Eighth graders create Louis and Clark journals as they learn about westward expansion. They study the plants, animals, geography and Native American cultures of the Missouri River/


Chemical Composition of unalloyed Titanium Grades Grade% oxygen% iron% hydrogen Grade 10.10.20.013 Grade 20.20.250.013 Grade 30.250.30.013 Grade 40.30.350.013.

of unalloyed Titanium Grades Grade% oxygen% iron% hydrogen Grade 10.10.20.013 Grade 20.20.250.013 Grade 30.250.30.013 Grade 40.30.350.013 Mechanical properties of unalloyed titanium grades Grade 0.2% Y.S. N/mm 2, min UTS N/mm 2 min % Elongation (in 4D), min % Reduction in area, min. Grade 1 1382402430 Grade 2 2753452030 Grade 3 3804501830 Grade/followed by cold pilgering Seam welded tubes are used extensively in heat exchangers in power plants, desalination of sea water, ship building etc.The starting /


ADNAN MENDERES UNIVERSITY Department of Food Engineering FE 206 Food Microbiology I Lecture #1 Cisem Bulut Albayrak, Ph.D.

Grading GradeLetter 90-100AA 85-90BA 75-84BB 70-74CB 60-69CC 55-59DC 50-54DD 0-49FF Grades will be determined as follows: Laboratory grade/ for food spoilage – Commonly found in soil and decaying plant material/of Microorganisms in Foods Water – Water used in production – Washwater Plants and Plant Products – Human pathogens from contaminated soil, water – Mold from soil FE206 Food Microbiology I22 Sources of Microorganisms in Foods Food Utensils and Packaging Materials – Open served foods Intestinal Tract of/


Waltham Public Schools Grade 4 – Open-Response Question February 2013.

the folktale, "The Seed" the emperor uses a clever trick to choose the next emperor. The first thing the emperor does to choose the next emperor is to announce that he wants to pick someone who is not a family member. In paragraph 1, the emperor says that he "felt / about how he finds the next emperor is by giving each of the young men in the town a seed that he tells them to grow for one year. When the young men returned to the temple with their plants a year later, in paragraph 29 one young man named Chun/


Specialized Tissue in Plants

and phloem. Cambium: producing new tissue, vascular. Cork: bark Formation of Bark Section 23.4 Leaves Function of Leaves Photosynthesis Transpiration The structure of a leaf is optimized for absorbing light and carrying out photosynthesis. Photosynthesis Process that plants use to produce their food. 6CO2 + 6H2O  C6H12O6 + 6O2 Transpiration Loss of water and exchange of carbon dioxide. Parts of a Leaf Cuticle Mesophyll Waxy outer surface; retains moisture. Mesophyll/


Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.

plant have? 1st Grade Topic 10 Answer / They take in water from the soil. Return Million Dollar Question Grade Level Topic 11 1,000,000 Question / Describe the process of photosynthesis. 1,000,000 Answer / Sunlight and carbon dioxide enter the plant through the leaves and water enters the plant through the roots. A chemical change takes place and sugar is made in the leaves for the plant which it uses for/


A six-year old learning about seed growth to plants.

3rd grade student about seed growth A concept map drawn from Wynne’s interview with 3rd grader Wynne interviewing a 4th grader about seeds Concept map drawn from Wynne’s interview with 4th grader Wynne interviewing 4th grader about requirements for growth Some ideas the children are not ready to learn: 1. Photosynthesis requires carbon dioxide, water, and light energy. 2.Growth of plants occurs/


How to Care for a Rosebush By: Karla Segovia W. Stiern Middle School 7th grade GATE ELA Ms. Marshall 2009-2010 BCSD.

7th grade GATE ELA Ms. Marshall 2009-2010 BCSD Things Required: Rosebush Soil Shears Water Insecticide Step 1 Choose a sunny location for your new rosebush. Six hours of direct sunlight is needed for the rosebush to grow. Step 2 Rosebushes need to be planted in /Prune your roses regularly. This process helps your plant to get rid of dry branches and twigs. A pruned bush will offer beautiful roses. Step 4 To keep aphids and beetles off your rosebush use the insecticide. Aphids and beetles will destroy your/


Science: Cells to Body Systems Grade 5

Systems Grade 5 Goal: My goal is to show students through a Powerpoint presentation how cells work together to form body systems. The text will be used as the main source with the presentation being supplemental. Web sites used / that determines all of the animal cells activities and produces new cells. Vacuoles: Organelles that store food, waste, or water. Chromosones: Threadlike structures that contain information about plant. Chloroplasts: Organelles that make food for the plant cell. Chromosones: /


Suspension Poly Vinyl Chloride Plant Suspension Poly Vinyl Chloride Plant Please click on our logo or any link in this presentation to be redirected to.

Grade Resin (k=67) Documentation:Mostly electronic and excellent for equipment, operating procedures and P&IDs Upgrades:Plant/x 36”, 304LSS, 50,000 lb/hr, 1,775 rpm  (6) Bartlett-Snow Rotary /of equipment in parallel. If less production is desired, reactors, less dryers, etc, can be removed/eliminated to make it energy efficient. Additonal equipment can be stored in the yard, ready for a future production increase.  A used PVC plant, will save investment capital (up to 50%).  Purchasing a used PVC plant/


What do plants need to grow?

What do plants need to grow? 1st Grade Science Amanda Smith Click on the picture of the items needed by plants to grow. Car Light Computer Water Food Soil Pencil Air Water “Plants need water. Water is essential to all life on earth. No known organism can exist without water. Plants use water to carry moisture and nutrients from the roots to the leaves, and food from the/


Classifying Animals 3 rd Grade Webquest By Kyle Sauer.

-- http://filebox.vt.edu/users/rburcham/edweb/project/in- vertebrates.htm Kids Plant --http://www.kidsplanet.org/ Evaluation You will be graded on: Using your time wisely while in groups Completion of the worksheet and Venn diagram. Completion of animal report worksheet. Oral presentation to your classmates.: Presenters speak clearly and loud enough for all to hear. Conclusion I hope that you have learned the difference/


First, plant 5 rows of “P’s” Presence, Preparation, Promptness Purpose, Perseverance Then, plant 3 rows of lettuce Let us be open to new ideas Let us be.

to learn Let us be true to our obligations to our students Next, plant 3 rows of squash Squash negativism Squash criticism Squash indifference No garden is complete without turnips Turn up for staff development Turn up with a smile Turn up with new ideas; And / rd Lesson 4.3 Equal Shares Division Arrays 4 th Factor Bingo 5 th Sieve of Eratosthenes Numeration/Number Sense 5 th grade project Sieve of Eratosthenes Use during or after Unit 1 Numeration/Number Sense: Grade 5 Math Boxes 3.6, 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, 3.10/


2 nd – 6 th Rockstars February 10 - 14 Weekly Reminders 4th Grade Literacy – In Literacy class students will continue to learn comprehension skills and.

words and prior knowledge. T-shirt orders for Ms. Mahaney & Mrs. Killebrew’s homerooms are due February 14th Friday, February 14 th – Valentine’s Parties If you are interested in purchasing cases (24 count) of Coca-Cola, Dasani, or Powerade 20 /. I can develop vocabulary to use when reading, writing, and speaking. 2nd Grade Science I can explain how flowering plants make seeds. I can order the life cycle of plants to understand how new plants are created. 3rd Grade Science I can explain how weight/


Welcome to Grade 4 Room 212 Mrs. Peters Mrs. Madden Mrs. Young.

 Good preparation for 5 th grade and middle school   Meeting another teacher   Change of environment   Opportunity to work with children in another class Math Expressions  1 hour a day /of 1812 Revolutionary War GovernmentImmigrations Science  Plant and Animal Classification  Scientific Method/Science Tools  States of Matter  Water Cycle and Weather  Ecosystems  Magnets and Electricity  Weather  Plants  Minerals and Rocks Homework Expectations  Math 3-4 times per week  Word Study daily use/


2 nd – 6 th Rockstars January 20-24 Weekly Reminders 4th Grade Literacy – In Literacy class students will continue to learn comprehension skills and strategies.

I am reading to check for understanding. 3rd Grade Literacy I can develop vocabulary. I can identify and use graphic sources to aid in comprehension. I can recognize the text structure of a text and use it to aid comprehension 2nd Grade Science I can explain how flowering plants grow and make seeds. I can describe how plants without flowers produce new plants. 3rd Grade Science I can explain how/


TUES 10/14 wk-1 OBJECTIVE: 6/7 TOPIC – human populations DO NOW :  daily grade: -4.1 OBJ/VOC WRAP UP :  DW: -4.2 POGIL & 4.2 READ/cornell notes  EXT:

PLANTS -# plants use toothpicks to # plants hashmarks for plant # -count trichomes on plants – RECORD – 1 per group -RECORD OBSERVATIONS quantitative – data table qualitative - descriptions -determine if your bottle is HAIRY or NON-HAIRY 1.3 LAB: SCIENTIFIC METHOD & BLOOD  TRICHOMES: -Trichomes are HAIRS found on fast plants. -They are found above the cotyledons and on the stalk of/ask  PRESENTS CONCLUSIONS of the group to the class, as requested 3-SCRIBE [ANSWER KEY- lead discussion of GRADING/REV]  TEAM/


2 nd – 6 th Rockstars January 13 - 17 Weekly Reminders Our “I Can” statements will remain the same because of the snow days…. 4th Grade Literacy – In Literacy.

different multiplication and division strategies. They will also be solving real-world problems using multiplication and division. Thank you for working with your child on memorizing multiplication facts through 5. 3rd Grade Math - My 3rd grade math class will be using related multiplication facts to divide. They will also be dividing a 1-digit or a 2-digit number with or without regrouping as well as/


Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.

eat / A. other animals / B. plants / C. plants and animals / D. rotting plants and animals 1st Grade Topic 10 Answer / A. other animals Return Million Dollar Question Grade Level Topic 11 Biomass 1,000,000 Question / Which item is part of the biomass of a desert? / Cactus / Rock / Sand / Sunlight / Which item is part of the biomass of a desert? / Cactus / Rock / Sand / Sunlight 1,000,000 Answer / Cactus Thanks for Playing


DO NOW Date: 2/10 Q: How do plants respond to their environment? What is photosynthesis? What are the steps involved? Be prepared to share out!

-Grade Test -Secret Life of Plants Secret Life of Plants DO NOW Date: 2/11 Q: How do plants respond to their environment? How do plants get water? How does the water get to the leaves? ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do plants respond to their environment? OBJECTIVES: -Observe Xylem in Celery -Define Xylem -Prepare Seeds for Sprouting Xylem Xylem: Water Highways Define Xylem Plant Cell Xylem: a tissue in plants that is used/


Scavenging Flotation Tailings using a Continuous Centrifugal Gravity Concentrator Hassan Ghaffari, Bern Klein UBC Mining Ish Grewal, Knelson Gravity Solutions.

using/tailings –Scavenging cleaner flotation tailings –Separation of ash and sulfur from coal Density separator Size classifier Mass yields (1 to 40%) De-slime Flotation Recovery /of bulk sulfide concentrate grading 100 g/t Au eq Eskay Creek Mine Flotation Circuit Ball MillHydrocycloneFlotation Knelson Gemini Table Smelter Cyclone O/F Conc. Feed Conc. Tailing Au/Ag Flotation recoveries average 90% Variations in ore mineralogy affect recoveries Pilot Scale Testing -Lab testing -Plant testing UBC Center for/


Welcome Parents to 1 st Grade Mrs. Sinclair’s Class Room 205.

Welcome Parents to 1 st Grade Mrs. Sinclair’s Class Room 205 HERE WE ARE! First Day of First Grade First Grade Goals · To foster a love for reading and life- long learning · To create a positive environment where students/Bloser Math · New Curriculum for K-5 in 2013 · Singapore Math – How and Why · Teach less, learn more · uses a concrete - pictorial - abstract approach · Home/School Letters · Homework in Workbooks Science Solids and Liquids Pebbles, Sand, and Silt New Plants Social Studies Character Counts /


Animals 5 th Grade.  All living things in the world are divided into 5 kingdoms:  1) Monera: bacteria  2) Protista: algae  3) Fungae: fungus, molds,

Animals 5 th Grade  All living things in the world are divided into 5 kingdoms:  1) Monera: bacteria  2) Protista: algae  3) Fungae: fungus, molds, mushrooms, etc.  4) Plantae: plants  5) Animalia: animals  This is our FOCUS *We will be / have to help them survive in their environment. Here are some examples of questions to ask when you are looking for Animal Adaptations:  What does the animal use to breathe?  What does the animal use to eat?  How does the animal regulate its body temperature? /


Soil, Soil Formation, and Soil Layers Mr. White 6 th Grade Earth Science.

Grade Earth Science Warm Up Based on our discussion of weathering, erosion, and deposition…how do you think soil is formed? What is soil? Soil is the loose, weathered material on the Earth’s surface in which plants can grow. Why is Soil Important? All living things need minerals. Plants get minerals from soil. Plant/ 1 inch of topsoil! What Determines Soil Type? Color Texture (size of particles) Porosity (ability to hold water) What are the Different Soil Types? There are over 70,000 different types of soil/


IPMIST Li Zhihong Zhou Qifang Shen Zuorui Wang Huimin China Agricultural University A Preliminary Study on Animal and Plant Quarantine Remote Education.

 Course learning can be carried out actively by the students using the pictures, animations and texts of APQRES. Some questions are available for deepening the understanding. Course learning IPMIST Course learning page in APQRES IPMIST APQ courses schedule in CAU CourseStudents Outline of animal and plant quarantine Undergraduate student from all specialties Plant quarantineUndergraduate student from plant protection specialty Plant insect pests quarantine Graduate student from entomology specialty/


Scott Foresman’s Reading Street Grade 1 / Unit 3 Morning Warm-Up Written by: Debra McKeivier Clip Art: Holly Andrepont Maplewood Middle School-1 st Grade.

Grade 1 / Unit 3 Morning Warm-Up Written by: Debra McKeivier Clip Art: Holly Andrepont Maplewood Middle School-1 st Grade Sulphur, Louisiana An Egg is an Egg Ruby in Her Own Time Jan’s New Home Frog and Toad Together I’m a Caterpillar Where Are My Animal Friends? An Egg Is an Egg Unit 3 / Day 1/of how much you are growing? Ruby in Her Own Time Unit 3 / Day 1/ read about Toad. Toad plants seeds in a garden. /’ll learn how to use computers. A computer can/ready for winter. What’s something you get ready for each /


Biomes Travel Battle Biomes of the World – Travel Brochure Research Project Mrs. Evans 6 th Grade Science.

6 th Grade Science Objective: Create a brochure for a biome. Research and identify environmental components such as the plants, animals, climate, and adaptations. ▪ Next Generation Science Standard (NGSS) – MS-LS2-1 Ecosystems: Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics ▪ You are a travel agent and you MUST attract visitors to your biome. You will need to use colorful pictures and graphics. ▪ You must include all of the features/


Welcome to Mrs. Skaggs ’ and Mrs.Albert’s 2 nd Grade Class You cannot teach someone anything. You can only help them to find it within themselves. Galileo.

their Environment, Animal Life Cycles, All About Plants, Rocks and Soil, Fossils and Dinosaurs Social Studies Families, The Land Around Us, Governing the People, Using our Resources, People in the Marketplace, People Make a Difference Physical Education Sportsmanship Sportsmanship Game Rules Game Rules Skills Skills Physical Fitness Physical Fitness Promote Sense of Well Being Promote Sense of Well Being Special Activities iRead Lab: M/


Sixth Grade 2015-2016 WELCOME.  Kyrene Kid  Corona del Sol High School  ASU: Elementary Education  Go Devils!  Taught 4 th Grade for two years 

Education  Go Devils!  Taught 4 th Grade for two years  3 rd year teaching science at Altadena  Expecting a little boy in November  Question  Plan and conduct investigations  Use appropriate tools and techniques to gather data / illnesses and diseases. Wisconsin Fast PlantsPlant Physiology  Plant Life Cycles 3 rd Quarter  Renewable  Sunlight, wind, rain, etc.  Nonrenewable  Fossil fuels  Transfer of energy Energy  C ompare the pros and cons of alternate energy sources and the technology/


4/6 & 4/7 - 7 th Grade Agenda Collect HW: Workbook p.181 – 182 Classwork: Drawing of a Flower p.393 Video: Vascular Tissues (short) Video: Plant Structures.

/8 & 4/9 8 th Grade Scholars Application for Next Year Available online (School’s website) Due to the office by April 30th What is a seed plant? All have vascular tissues Most plants are seed plants (10 to 1) Seed plants use seeds to reproduce All seed plants have roots, leaves and stems In plants what you see are the sporophyte stage. Parts of Seeds Embryo Stored Food Seed Coat/


Types of Plants Harcourt Science Unit B Chapter 2 Mrs. Strand 6th grade Lockwood Middle School.

grade Lockwood Middle School Terms Moss Asexual Reproduction Spore Types of Plants NonvascularVascular Characteristics These are ALL plant which means that they ALL make their own … 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Where does all of this fit into Classification? Kingdom ? Phylum ? Class ? Order ? Family ? Genus ? Species ? Plantae Nonvascular or Vascular? Most of/of reproduction *have sori & prothallium Gymnosperms ConifersGinkoesCycadsWelwitschia “Naked” seeds Nonflowering plants Seeds may survive for/ plants /


Welcome to Grade 4 Room 212 Mrs. Peters Mrs. Madden Miss Cotton Mrs. Cave.

State history/Map skills Explorers Native Americans Erie Canal Colonial Times War of 1812 Revolutionary War GovernmentImmigrations Science  Plant and Animal Classification  Scientific Method/Science Tools  States of Matter  Water Cycle and Weather  Ecosystems  Magnets and Electricity  Weather  Plants  Solar System Homework Expectations  Math 3-4 times per week  Word Study daily use word sort cards  Reading 15-20 minutes daily  Daily Language Review (DLR/


Welcome to Open House! Mrs. Brinkmann Grade 4 Fourth Grade Curriculum Language Arts Math Science Social Studies.

, line plots) Geometry (lines, symmetry) WORD PROBLEMS Science Classifying plants Parts of a plant Animal classes Structural and behavioral adaptations Life cycles Simple machines Water cycle Magnets Conductors and insulators Social Studies Focus on New York State Map skills First New Yorkers Native Americans European explorers Colonial times American Revolution Civil War NYS Test Dates for Grade 4 ELA - April 14, 15, and 16 Math/


Warm Up 8/13/13 1. What is an independent variable? 2. What is a dependent variable? 3. What are control variables?

1 Sam wanted to know if the amount of light affects the growth of plants. He gets 10 plants and places them so they each get a different amount of light. He uses the same type of plant, soil, and pot. Each plant gets the same amount of water as well. At the end of two months he measured the height of each plant/ there for a week and then observed the amount of change./bottom of the page.  Identify the independent,/of gas determines how much a person will buy. Each day he changes the price of/amounts of /


4 th Grade Reading Lesson 14 Two Lands, One Heart/A Pen Pal in Vietnam.

1. Sometimes, we go to the library after school. 2. The bright colors in the painting overpower me. 3. That pizza sure looks tasty. 4. The baby cried wildly when she lost her toy. overwhelm occasionally irrigation equivalent appetizing interpreter hysterically 5.The plants grew well because of/ exciting event is going to happen? KimMichelle Hold up one finger for yes and two fingers for no. 1.Does an interpreter work with words? 2.Could a gardener use irrigation? 3.Would cat food be appetizing to a person? 4/


Different Life Cycles By: Tamera Henderson.  Content Area: Science  Grade Level: 1st  Summary: The purpose of this instructional PowerPoint is to have.

: Tamera Henderson  Content Area: Science  Grade Level: 1st  Summary: The purpose of this instructional PowerPoint is to have the students understand the life cycle of different animals, plants, and humans.  Learning Objective: Given websites and videos on life cycles, students will be able to give information on the different life cycles with 100% accuracy.  State Standard: GLE 0107.1.1 Recognize that living things have parts/


Miramar HS ONE TEAM, ONE DREAM!. 2014 to 2015 Proficiency Point Comparison 10 th Grade FSA Reading 10 th Grade FSA ReadingAlgebra American History Science.

Grade FSA Reading 10 th Grade FSA ReadingAlgebra American History Science School Name 20142015201420152014201520142015 Miramar38 37 55 55 5853 644945 1% decrease in Reading, 3% increase in Algebra, 11% increase in American History, 4% decrease in Science 2013 to 2014 FCAT Learning Gains Comparison % Making Reading Gains % of/ SOUTH PLANT 5141432 BOYD H. AND./ th out of 29 traditional high/ th out of 29 high schools Changes to New Grading Model No Additional/For Every Student Grant Over 500 computers/


Tuesday, May 20th 7 th Grade Science Review –Characteristics of Life Cell Organelles Plant vs. Animal Gathering Materials (Cell Transport) Cell Division.

for Energy –Have no cell wall Mid-Class Vocabulary Quiz (not graded) Nucleus –Where the DNA is kept in a cell Ribosomes –Where the RNA is used to make proteins Mitochondria –The organelle responsible for respiration (the battery). Chloroplasts –Where photosynthesis takes place Cell Wall –The outermost boundary of a plant/) Organization Cells  Tissues  Organs  Organ Systems  Organisms Cell-Quiz 1.List two items that are present in a plant cell and not in an animal cell: 2.Body cells reproduce through a /


Modified from © Fall 2005, Pflugerville ISD, 8th Grade 8th Grade Science.

© Fall 2005, Pflugerville ISD, 8th Grade So what EVIDENCE can we use for geologic changes over time? In your notebook, divide your page into 4 boxes (use your entire page!). Title each box with one of the following: 1.Fossils 2.Sedimentary Rock 3.Earth’s/as bones or teeth, became fossils. Mastodon – Ancient relative of the elephant that roamed North and Central America © Fall 2005, Pflugerville ISD, 8th Grade What are Fossils? As an animal or plant decays, water and minerals seep into the bones and teeth and/


GRADE 4 SCIENCE.  4-2.1 = Classify organisms into major groups (including plants or animals, flowering or nonflowering plants, and vertebrates [fish,

GRADE 4 SCIENCE  4-2.1 = Classify organisms into major groups (including plants or animals, flowering or nonflowering plants, and vertebrates [fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals] or invertebrates) according to their physical characteristics. ▪ 4-2.2 = Explain how the characteristics of distinct environments (including swamps, rivers and streams, tropical rain forests, deserts, and the polar regions) influence the variety of/ the plant & holds water around it.  Sun - uses suns energy to grow /


Annual Plans Knoxville August 1, 2005. 2006 --- A Change  Integrated Reporting/Planning System  Details in Progress  Here’s What we Know State Action.

Annual Plans Knoxville August 1, 2005 2006 --- A Change  Integrated Reporting/Planning System  Details in Progress  Here’s What we Know State Action Agendas (SAA) State Action Agendas (SAA) 20 total for all program areas20 total for all program areas Individual Action Agendas (IAA) Individual Action Agendas (IAA) Use Logic Model ConceptUse Logic Model Concept Can use SAA componentsCan use SAA components State Action Agendas  Developed by/


Native Plants vs. Invasive Species AKA Noxious Weeds!

One- Use prior knowledge and develop basic concepts of plants. Week Two- Collection…Investigation…Examine...Explore. Week Three- Native/invasive species inventory and mapping…prevention Week Four- Weed control and community involvement. 5th GRADE TIMELINE Week 1-Access prior knowledge/Give background information Week 2- Collect plant species in the area and observe Week 3- Identify native or invasive plants Week 4- Come up with ideas for solution/


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