January 8 staff development
January 9, 2018. New Year, new Semester.
Opener: Students will take out their Interactive Journals and grade them one last time.
CW: Students will give their scores to Ms. Gaede for their first grade for this Semester II. This interactive Journal was very important and students were warned of its importance. We added to it a little bit almost everyday. It was the core for our learning. It is worth 280 points. Students will also grade the stomata lab and the Microscope worksheet and give scores if time allows.
HW: None:) unless students need to make up any work already:)
January 10 and 11, 2018.
Opener: Students will tell answers to their researching about what conditions are needed to create fire. Students will get ready to take notes and give all scores from last class to Ms. Gaede, if time did not permit or they did not have their papers.
CW: Students will start their new Interactive Journal by taking notes while watching first a demo by Ms. Gaede. Then, they will watch a video about an experiment and write the results of the experiment down in their Journal. Students are introduced to CER and see a picture and decide if the man slipped or was murdered siting clams, evidence, and reasoning. The question is: Is Queenie telling the truth that her husband slipped and fell down the stairs?
HW: Students should study what they saw and learned today.
January 12, 2018 forced holiday at Reyburn NO SCHOOL
Monday no school due to Martin Luther King's Jr Birthday.
Janurary 16, 2018.
Opener: Students will receive a template worksheet where they can write the questions and then give evidence and reasoning with transition words. They are not to write on the worksheet only use it as a guide. Both are to be put in their interactive notebook.
CW: Students will see the same experiment that they saw last class only this time it is in the dark. Students need write down the data and results for this Demo (experiment 2) and now using the template for CER answer siting claims, evidence, and reasoning about both Demo's in the dark and light.
HW: Rest up and think to yourself, what am I learning in Science ever day.
Janurary 17 and 18, 2018.
Opener: Learning quiz about what we have learned so far about Oxygen gas. students are to copy notes about How they think Dinosaurs got their oxygen source. 1/2 the oxygen on Earth is from plants like trees and the other is from?
CW: Students will correct the quiz and hopefully learn from their mistakes.to be announced.
Students will read another article today called A big Leap for an Artificial Leaf. They will write a well written summary using now only 5 sentences.
HW: Keep studying what you have been learning please.
January 19, 2018.
Opener: Students will see a preview of their current grades and work on for 10 minutes if they did not finish their summaries of 5 sentences from the article called " A big leap for an Artificial leaf"
CW: Building of an Eco System containing pond water, snails, Elodea plan, bacteria, and protists. Students will draw their model and write what is necessary to keep the plant, snails, and protists or bacteria alive in the eco-bottle. And begin explaining how this eco bottle can go on forever maybe:)
HW: Please review your quiz and your Eco System model and notes. The 7th grade common assessment is next week!
January 22, 2018.
Opener: Students will turn to their Interactive Journal and make sure that they have all the assignments so far (up to Assignment #5)
CW: Students will read another article today called" Photosynthesis discovery could help design more efficient artificial solar cells"
Students using the CER scaffold template will read this article and then write in their Interactive Journal as Assignment #6 a question, make a claim and site at least 2 pieces of evidence with reasoning. They will end their CER writing with a concluding sentence.
HW: Keep studying all for learning sake and the 7th grade common assessment is this Wednesday and Thursday about Dinosuars, oxygen, photosynthesis, and cellular respiration.
January 23, 2018.
Opener: Discussion about candle wax as a fuel and what does burning create as used in Demo Fire Jars. Continuing with Assignment #6, students will read the Biosphere class copy article and then in their Journal answer The CER STUDY Guide.
CW: Students will open up their Interactive Journals for Assignment #7.
Here they will draw two plants; one in the daytime and the other at night. They are to label all important factors involving photosynthesis and cellular respiration in regards to these two plants and what they are doing in each picture.
HW: Study for test next class.
January 24 and 25, 2018.
Opener: Getting ready for the test.
CW: Students will take the 7th grade Common Assessment and then work on their Eco bottle assignment in Journal.
HW: Rest but make sure all work has been turned in so far!
January 26, 2014.
Opener: Remembering talk to your text.
CW: Students will read an Assignment "World without Trees" and use talk to your text. Write the 3 summaries at the bottom of each page but not in your Journal.
HW: Finish for homework if did not finish. Students will put week 3 grades in their planner.
January 29, 2018.
Opener: Today Ms. Gaede will review all about the Eco Bottle and how it relates to survival and life.
CW: Students will read about bottle biospheres and give a summary of 5-10 well constructed sentences as Assignment #8 in their Interactive Journals.
HW: Keep on learning and stay up by turning in all assignments please.
January 30, 2018.
Opener: Ms. Gaede will check on Assignment #5. Eco bottles should be done. Deadline Friday!
CW: Students will make Posters in groups showing their understanding about photosynthesis and cellular respiration along with the Energy flow and transfer and Glucose after reading an article about bottle biospheres last class.
HW: Keep on studying all that we are learning. The next 7th grade common assessment is coming soon.
January 31 and February 1, 2018.
Opener: Ms. Gaede will check on Assignments # 6, #7 and #8
CW: Students will create a leaf doing Photosynthesis by cutting the leaf out and its arrows and attaching with glue where the arrows belong. They may use their Journal notes. Students will also do an Experiment about body heat (thermal energy being broken down in our bodies all the time especially when we exercise. The solar energy that plants use then is changed to ATP during Cellular Respiration. When we exercise the ATP energy is converted to thermal energy. The lab consists of groups of 4 and jobs. One job is to be the timer; another is to record data; thirdly, is to make procedures for this experiment, and lastly a runner is needed for 2 minutes. Temperatures are recorded before exercise and then after. These Celsius degrees are then subtracted either getting a positive change in temperature or sometimes a negative change.
HW: Memorize all that is being taught please. Keep going over your Journals nightly.
February 2, 2018.
Opener: Students will work on their posters for 10 minutes in their groups and talk about how they will present their information. Ms. Gaede will make sure all the students who received 80% or above with the curve get to create a tag with their name to be placed on the Wall of Champions:) Ms. Gaede will see exercise Lab results for the 9 or 10 groups which will be graded.
CW; Since this is a Rally day, only a few students will present today. Their is an out the door quiz today that Ms. Gaede will collect. This quiz will be graded on Monday. Presentations will be presented on Monday. By now all students should have 9 assignments in the Interactive Journal should be complete. And the Talk to Your Text about "A World Without Trees" should be finished.
HW: Keep up and finish all work in Journals or worksheets or annotations!
February 5, 2018.
Opener: Students will get back their Photosynthesis Ticket Out the Door and exchange papers to grade and paste or glue as Assignment #10 in their Interactive Journal.
CW: Students as a group will present their posters and explain to the class what they came up with explaining about the molecules of Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration.
HW: Study please what you have learned about Photosynthesis and Respiration. Finish all unfinished work in Interactive Journal and worksheet assignments.
February 6, 2018.
Opener: Students will soon see what their Table of Contents should look like by now. Students will finish up having groups give their poster reports.
CW: Every student will take another assessment. Hopefully, if they did poorly on the last assessment, they will do better for this test and get a good grade. It is very similar to the last online test yet they have to answer the questions in thoughtful words. They are all essay questions. Each student who took the online test was supposed to already see the questions that they missed and learn from their mistakes. Hopefully, they did this. Students will exchange papers and grade.
HW: None unless behind or still don't know Photosynthesis or Cellular Respiration.
February 7 and 8, 2018.
Opener: Students will see some videos about Thermal Energy and ATP.. Students are to pay close attention and listen only to these videos.
CW: Students will see the Table of Contents for the 10 assignments already put into their Interactive Journals for Semester 2. Students will begin to learn about the different types of rocks and how they are formed.Students will read and answer questions in a worksheet for this Assignment in their Interactive Notebook. Now after just glancing at the cycle., Try to draw the cycle. on the back of the worksheet answer sheet..
HW: memorize what you have learned today and will hopefully by the end of this unit be able to draw the complete rock cycle.
February 9, 2018.
Opener: Finish video's if have not in certain periods.
CW: Students will view a power point about the Earth crust formations and write the questions seen in some of the slides and then write an answer of what they think. This is dated and Titled in their Interactive Journals as assignment #11. Students will also work on their Rock Cycle Creations using only their Rock Cycle Reading and completed fill-in worksheet.
HW: Please turn in all missing or late work by Tuesday.
February 12, 2018 Monday; NO SCHOOL In honor of Abe Lincoln's Birthday and celebrating Ms. Gaede's Birthday:)
February 13, 2018.
Opener: to be announced.
CW: Students will view a video about the Dust Bowl and take notes.
HW: Bring finished annotation for the article "World Without Trees" next class please!!! We are correcting it.
February 14 and 15, 2018.
Opener: Students will grade their annotation about the article called " World Without Trees" It is worth 24 points using the rubric Talk to Your Text.
CW: Students will read the class copy article called "The Dust Bowl"
Students will answer 5 questions (projected using the Doc Cam on the projector screen) in their Interactive Journal as assignment # 12.
HW: Finish The Rock Cycle Worksheet and your own version of the Rock Cycle drawing.
Due Friday: so bring to class tomorrow!
February 16, 2018.
Opener: Students will GET OUT their Rock Cycle Worksheet and their own drawing about the Rock Cycle. Students will put all graded worksheets away in their Portfolios today.
CW: Students will use computer paper and draw what is described on a power point that Ms. Gaede will show about the Earth and its rocks. They will also exchange the Rock Cycle Worksheet and grade.
HW: If all caught up and have a good grade then please enjoy your three day weekend:)
WEEK 7 ( Really week 6 if count days because of 5 holidays)
February 19, 2018. NO SCHOOL Celebrating George Washington's Birthday today
February 20, 2018.
Opener: 10 minutes to fix Interactive Journal before Friday. Note books will be graded this Friday!
CW: Students will make a list of what can happened to rocks while viewing a power point about rocks.today as part of assignment 11 and will be given missing assignment data with 6 week grade check and begin completing their Progress Grade Update that needs to be signed by Parent or Guardian.
February 21 and 22, 2018.
Opener; students will read a brief article about Animals using the Earth's Crust for homes. They are to make a T chart in their Interactive Journal---listing and naming the 7 animals mentioned in the article and write where they live (cave, burrow, hole) and if they live in water or on land. This is assignment #13.
CW: Students will view 2 you tube videos about the 4 spheres. They are to write down the 4 spheres but then only listen and watch intently to try to understand what these 4 spheres are. This is the beginning of assignment #14.
Students will be given a final draft paper called "The Story of a rock created by me!" They are to use lined paper for their first rough draft. They are also to follow the instructions of what this story should entail which is printed on their Final copy. Highlighting and number the transformations is strongly encouraged.
HW: Need to turn in all missing work because this is week 6 on Friday. Bring Friday Interactive Journal to grade #1-12 and your Progress and Grade Updates signed by you and your parents.
February 23, 2018.
Opener: Students will get out their Interactive Journal to grade. After grading Ms. Gaede will ask for scores.
CW: Ms. Gaede will collect the Progress and Grade Update worksheets after they self-grade and give scores to Ms. Gaede If time allows, students will continue to work on their Rock Story.
HW: None unless you have below a C. Last chance to turn in late work for the last 6 weeks is Monday!!!
February 26, 2018.
Opener: Get Interactive Journal ready for #15 Assignment to take video notes about "The Earth, Heat, and Gravity"
Students will change seats and choose their seats carefully in order to do their best work. ]
CW: Students will view two sun videos (one about the sun and the other how Earth is affected by the sun), one geothermal energy inside the Earth, and one about Gravity.
HW: Memorize and review your notes for today. The Rock Story is due Friday.
February 27, 2018.
Opener: Get Interactive Journal out and Read aloud as a Class the new Article.
CW: Students will read an Article titled "What is the Source of the Heat in Earth's Interior. Students are to read once as a class and then reread again, then give an 8 -10 summary in their Journals and add to Assignment #15 notes about the Earth and its interior heat. this should be part of the 4 video notes that is also #15. Students will then view and sing a you tube video titled the Water Cycle Song. Google it please and draw the Water cycle with labels of precipitation (give for examples), condensation, and evaporation as still part of #15
HW: Keep studying and memorizing all about the spheres and the Earth including the Rock Cycle,
February 28 and March 1, 2018
Opener: Prelab for The Rock Cycle lab Follow the procedures and after the lab clean up. Where goggles please.
CW: Students will work in groups of 3 and follow the procedures using their lab equipment correctly. Students will answer the questions taking turns and writing their 3 initials next to their answers. This lab should be definitely a collaborative effort.
If absent students will Dry lab this and do research to answer the questions. If finish, students should finish their Rock Story writing explaining.what has happened to theiroriginal rock 4 times minimum. Must have a rough draft and a final copy.
HW: Finish the lab questions in the Conclusion. Because it involves all three students, maybe students can finish at lunch time. Enough time was given to finish however so students will have to decide what to do. Finish Rock Story.
March 2, 2018.
Opener: Students will take a quiz about the Rock Cycle.
CW: Students will grade the quiz and if there is time, the Rock Cycle story will be graded also as a pregrade.
HW: If time runs out, the Story will be graded for sure on Monday. Reminder we have already graded the Interactive Journal up to week 6 so if students were absent then they will need to bring a friend at lunch to grade their Journals and give scores out of 197 points to Ms. Gaede. We graded these last Friday a week ago.
March 5, 2018.
Opener: Students will finish grading their Rock Story after reading your story to your partner and then exchanging papers to correct.
CW: Students will take a brief quiz about the Rock Cycle today and give scores to Ms. Gaede.
HW: None if all caught up! Just keep reviewing all that you are learning:)
March 6, 2018
Opener: Students will get out their interactive Journals in preparation for Assignment #16.
CW: Students will draw 4 pictures about their Rock Story and show how their rocks changed the four times in their Interactive Journal opening up journal to 2 complete pages and dividing it into fours. Students will use colored markers or pencils to make it beautiful.
HW: Please finish all work that has been assigned for the past two weeks in the interactive journal and worksheets.
March 7 and 8, 2018.
Opener: Students will go with Ms, Gaede to the MPR to take a test to see if students would qualify for Honors today. Students will be given a worksheet and reading to begin after they finish the test to see if they qualify for Honors 8th Science. They may also work on their four pics from their Rock Story.
CW: Probably test will take the most of the class time. Students will be given 1 hour and 15 minutes to take this test.
March 9, 2018.
Opener: Students should get out the Rock lab and Geological time crayon lab. They will grade this and their 4 pics from their Rock Story.
CW: If time allows, they will also finish the worksheet and reading that they began last class about the Four Spheres.
HW: None if all caught up or behind and have missing assignments in Zangle Gradebook.
March 12, 2018.
Opener: Students will finish grading the recent past worksheet or assignments or giving scores to Ms, Gaede .
CW: Students will view a video about Wegener's evidence for Theory of Continental Drift.
Students will take notes in their Interactive Journal as assignment #17.
HW: Keep studying and memorizing all that has been shown to you in class.
March 13, 2018.
Opener: Sub takes roll and students begin to read their Article "Earth's tectonic plates have doubled their speed"
CW: Student will annotate this article and follow the directions for Talk to Your Text. The annotation will be collected at the end of class.
HW: None unless behind. Complete all work given so far.
March 14 and 15, 2018.
Opener: 10 minutes to finish and label the annotation that was worked on yesterday.
CW: This annotation will be graded and scores will be given to Ms. Gaede. Then, students will take a quiz about the Earth, the Mantle and convection currents to see if they have been learning the curriculum. They will exchange paper and give scores to Ms. Gaede. Finally, a review power point about Continental Drift will be shown and students are to take notes continuing with Assignment # 18 in their Interactive Journals.
March 16, 2018.
Opener: Students will either take the Honors 8 Makeup test or be working on Weathering and Erosion worksheets.
CW: Students will finish the Weathering and Erosion worksheets in class and then study and memorize the information that they read and answered in their worksheets.
HW: Students need to have finish the three worksheets or finish at home.
Week 11 This is Unity Week students will be learning to get along with each and being tolerant of each other all this week.
March 19, 2018.
Opener: Students will take Rock quiz and correct giving scores to Ms. Gaede
CW: Students will then read about the Under the Sea Topography and take notes in their Interactive Journal for assignment #19.
HW: Study and please turn in all missing work that we talked about on Friday.
March 20, 2018.
Opener: Using only the Notes that you took on Monday, start completing the worksheet about the ocean floor. 10 minutes
CW: Students will now go back to their reading of the Under the Sea Topography and use it to complete the worksheet for another 10 minutes. Finally, students will see a few videos about the Sea Floor Topography and take more notes.
HW: Learn and memorize all that we are studying in class and please keep up! Last week, we did Weathering and Erosion. There were 3 worksheets to complete for this.
March 21 and 22, 2018.
Opener: Prelab and Review about Plate Boundaries
CW: Students will follow the procedures for the lab and answer the questions and do diagrams as they do the lab. Then, they can sit in groups to discuss the limitations of what happens when the Earth plates move. Students have been giving a paper to do research to help them with this lab. Students should read this paper to help them.
HW: Make sure that this lab is finished when you return to school on April 3 after Spring Break.
March 23, 2018
NO BACK PACK DAY!
Student will be viewing videos, reading poetry, etc during class. Learning about Unity when we are diverse unique individuals,
HW: None unless you have below a C and bring back the labeled Earth, the Weathering and Erosion worksheets, the Sea Floor Topography worksheet, and finally the Graham Cracker Plate Boundaries Lab to grade on April 3, the first day back from Spring Break.
April 3, 2018.
Opener: Students will get all four assignments out to grade.
CW: Students will grade their labeled Earth, the Weathering and Erosion worksheets, the Sea Floor Topography worksheet, and finally the Graham Cracker Plate Boundaries Lab.
April 4 and 5, 2018.
Opener: to be announced.
CW: Students will view a video about Yellowstone National Park where there are Geothermal Activity. They will color code a map of the United states and add a colored key to their creation showing where the most geothermal energy is found.
They will also take a test about what was learned before we left for Spring break to see if students understand or remember about different plate boundaries and how their movement affects the Earth. After finishing the test, students will then exchange papers and then correct.
HW: Memorize and learn from your mistakes please. The test is next week. Please be studying all about the Earth and its movements.
April 6, 2018.
Opener: A few minutes to finish maps; quiet free time if your grade is currently above a C.
CW: View and copy in Journal #21 Plate boundaries map
Students will correct their Interactive Journals today assignments #13-20. Total points is 80 points.
HW: Work on what you got wrong on the last Plate Tectonic quiz. Write the questions, do research on Google, then write correct answer on the ones that you missed. Turn in on Tuesday and study to learn from your mistakes please! Common 7th grade Test next Wednesday and Thursday.
April 9, 2018.
Opener: A quick review before the test.
CW: Ecosystems worksheet.
HW: Finish if did not finish this worksheet in class and study it.
April 10, 2018.
Opener: Regrading Plate tectonic quiz. On the line paper all the questions that were missed were supposed to be written down, then research was supposed to be down to get the correct answers; finally, answers were written and highlighted. Worth 50 points plus their original quiz score. However, if missed again then -3 off each question out of the 50.
CW: Where is geothermal Activity found? Gave answer on overhead projector using doc cam.. Also did a a questions asking which graph represents the geologic age of the surface bedrock on the ocean bottom? And discussed the correct graph and why.
Finally, a video about Ecology was shown and students took notes. Video was shown twice. See Google Classroom please.
HW: Study for 7th grade Common Assessment given next class.
April 11 and 12, 2018.
Opener: Students are assigned laptops and students will prepare to get on the test site Edulastic.
CW: Students will take the test. Once finished, they are to complete a reading about Food Chains and Food Webs and write a 10-15 sentence summary below the reading on page 1 and then on the second page, They are to copy the pyramids in their IJ as #23. And write a 10 sentence summary about Energy Loss in the Food Chain and Food Web below in the space provided.
HW: Finish please all summaries and drawings by Friday.
April 13, 2018.
Opener: Using video notes about Ecology, take new quiz and correct at end of class.
CW: Begin "What can affect the Populations in an Ecosystem Activity"
HW: Finish #3 if didn't finish in class
Do all missing work now over the weekend please! 12 week grades are due next week.
April 16 and 17, 2018 new Block Schedule
Opener: Draw your Island's ecosystem. Is it a nice place to live or not? Put yourseslf in it and anything else that is important about what you shared as evidence if your ecosystem was flourishing or dying out,
CW: Power point about Ecology and fill-in worksheet.
HW: Study your Notes a little bit every night commit to memory please.
April 18 and 19, 2018
Opener: to be announced.
CW: Students will copy a picture in three different parts to make up an ecosystem and a food chain. They will draw the animals and plant life first. Then make the arrows starting with the energy being given off from the sun. For now we will use pencil but will later color code the different arrows depending what they are representing. Please make the arrows not too heavy or dark but definitely visible to you. If you cannot draw an animal make it a stick figure with some characteristics of that animal and label the name of the animal and/or plant. Students will then view a video about what they have drawn and add to their basic drawings.
HW: Study all that you are learning about Ecology.
April 20 and 23, 2018.
Opener: Students will finish their Food Chain in an Ecosystem labeling the Energy arrows of inorganic material, sunlight, heat energy and biomass energy.
CW: Students will begin creating a food web showing what ate what (Biomass) and the transfer of energy.
HW: Students need to study for a 7th grade common test on Tuesday about how to interpret symbols of a Food Web and answer questions about Food Chains and Food Webs.
April 24 and 25, 2018.
Opener: Draw arrows on new food web. See white board examples for Biomass and inorganic matter (CO2 and O2.)
CW: Finish old Food Web and then in their Interactive Journal list or write a summary of 15-20 sentences about how this Food Web is affected by killing off all the grasshoppers and crustaceans. Students should realize that their might be other animals directly or indirectly affected by decreasing or increasing the population sizes.
HW: Please study for the Common Assessments about food chains and food webs next class! No notes will be allowed this time,
April 26 and April 27, 2018.
Opener: Students will complete their answer sheet by bubbling in their ID.
CW: Students will take the 7th grade common test then finish their Food Web and write a paragraph of 15-20 sentences about what would happen if the Grasshopper and the Crustaceans died out due to poisoning. then they will make a pyramid showing the different Trophic energy levels of a food chain. Before creating this 3-D model , students are to create a #26 assignment in their Interactive Journals by making a chart. See Ms. Gaede's example. Ms. Gaede is giving a letter for all parents to read about the Sex Education that 7th grade teachers are teaching for three weeks before school is out. Also, if time allows students will see a video about the energy pyramid.
HW: Finish all missing work now please, after this week students will not be able to turn in their late or missing work because we are at 12 weeks, the end of another 6 week period.
April 30 and 1, 2018.
Opener: Students will view two brief video. Both about when predators disappear or come back.
CW: Students will work with a lab showing what happens when factors in the environment limit populations.
As part of this lab, the students will collect data and then graph. Plus answer questions.
May 2 and 3, 2018.
Opener: Students will grade their large Food Webs and Interactive Journals today.
CW: Students grade Food Webs for 40 points.
Students will then watch and take notes as #27 assignment in Interactive Journal about Interaction of Organisms.
Students will add to their Food Chain showing predator and prey. They will also add an organism showing competition such as a mice that will compete for the grass along with the rabbit that was already in the picture.
We are then are grading the Interactive Journal 21-26.
Students will go back to #27 and list the Common Examples of Mutualism writing down their name of the organisms and how each benefit.
Finally, students write notes down while viewing a powerpoint about Competition, Predator-Prey, Mutualism, and Limited Resources or limiting factors.
HW: Please study for the Final on Monday and Tuesday.
Opener: Getting ready for the final in Science. The final will be given May 7 and 8.
CW: Continuing by finishing up with the lab and completing a worksheet asking to choose another animal besides deer and then do a little research and interpret the graph provided and answering the questions.Students will correct after finishing Questions #8, the lab. Students will review Photosynthesis by drawing in their Interactive Journal still as #27. Then, Students will read as a class "What is the Pyramid of Energy" as a review. Then, students will grade the Ecology Packet. If time allows, students will review as a class orally, the worksheet "Food Webs and Food Chains Worksheet".
HW: Study for the Final Ecology test please.
Week 16, 2018.
May 7 and 8, 2018.
Opener: A Brief Review. Periods 1 and 7 will have to complete a drawing about Photosynthesis, isten to Ms. Gaede read a story about the Energy Pyramid and Finish the Inquiry about instead of a Deer, choosing another animal of interest and research it to answer the questions by interpreting the given graph. Ms. Gaede will show predator-prey graph and limited capacity graph about resources in an Ecosystem,
CW: Students will take the online test and then work on a new assignment called "The Day it Rained Cats". Period 1 and 7 will also need to correct their Ecology Packet and see a few samples of questions #8 then grade the lab.
HW: None unless you have missing work and your grade is below a C.
May 9 and 10, 2018.
Opener: Period 1 needs to finish giving scores to Ms. Gaede and Period 7 needs to correct "The Day it Rained Cats"
CW: Students will complete Ecology Assessment 2 worksheet to complete another model project. Ms. Gaede will go over "The Day It Rained Cats" assignment and grade to put into Zangle after allowing time if period 1 and 7 were not able to finish. Per. 2,4,and 6 will see a video about Viruses and CA Hazards that can Affect Ecosystems. Then Grade IJ. 1 and 7 will grade IJ and watch videos on Friday. All work needs to be turned in before we start Health and Sex Education next week. Assessments must be done by Monday
HW: If your grade is below a C please turn in missing work or redo some assignments that you did not do as well as you could have.
May 11 and 14, 2018.
Opener: Regrade and gives scores for The Day It Rained and Assessment 2
CW: Period 1 and 7 only today. Students will finish up what we were not able to finish during this week.Students will grade their Assessments's 2. Students will view a video about viruses in order to find out how viruses invade our bodies and what they can do with our DNA. They will also see a Video about California Hazards and take last notes in Interactive Journal and grade it for a score. Next week we start the Health and Sex Education unit for three weeks. Students will learn about some serious viruses. Students at the end of class will grade and give scores for the IJ out of 35 points to Ms. Gaede.
May 15 and 16, 2017.
Opener: Setting the Tone for Health and Sex Ed.
CW: On lined paper follow directions and take notes about YOUR Health.
Students will also take a Pretest to see how much they know.
HW: Students are to show their parents or guardians the test and have them sign this worksheet. Please make sure that you have finished this pretest and bring back next class.
May 17 and 18, 2017.
Opener: Get Health booklet that you made from last class out and the pretest. Correct test for learning sake. Ck for signatures.
CW: Students will show Ms. Gaede their notes from last class.
Students will continue to take notes about reproductive parts and their reproductive health. Using the Health book on page 346; complete the worksheet. Begin Family Planning unit and fill in the given chart about Contraception.
HW: None but if you did not finish What Makes You You, Students need to come in at lunch to finish it by next class.
May 21 and May 22, 2017.
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