Academic Calendar 2017-2018

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Thursday and Friday September 29th & 30th, 2016

Today's Quote:



Recap:

Wednesday was a half day and attendance was particularly low. Remember, you MUST be in school! In class students used the time to finish up the Practice with Dependent and Independent Variables. We will look at some of them today in class. We also took the time to celebrate the incredible article printed and online that the Ocala, Star-Banner ran about our aquaponics program.


Brain Bender:

"Your collection of rare record albums almost rivals your murdered aunt's world famous collection."Said Sherlock to Sam Smythe. "Yes, "replied Sam, "She had several one -of-a-kinds. As her accountant, I can certainly verify the value of such a collection." "We're not sure what the burglar was after when he murdered your aunt,"said Sherlock, "but we found two very rare records hidden under the floorboard. These would certainly be of interest to you."Sam leaned forward and indicated that he would very much like to read them. Sherlock then withdrew the two accounting records hidden by the deceased lady which showed the debits and credits of a substantial fortune. "My aunt was going senile so her entries wouldn't mean a thing,"offered Sam. "I believe you were involved in your aunt's murder, "accused Sherlock. Why?


Agenda: Today is a half day so we will review

(This should be written in your planner every day)

1. Horizon Students Looking great in the News!2. Practice with Dependent and Independent Variables. 3. Discussion of Homework and vocabulary terms 3. Labs- 

  1. 6th grade- Water on a penny
  2. 7th grade-  Pond water
    1. Parts of a microscope
  3. 8th grade- The pH scale and virtual lab
ph of aquaculture tanks- water testing lab




6th Grade Honor's Earth Space Science:

6th Grade Class Information and Syllabus

Weather and Atmosphere:
Unit Essential Question: How do the relationships among the five spheres affect life on Earth
How do the relationships among the five spheres affect life on Earth? 
Key Learning Statement: The atmosphere is layered and within these layers are weather patterns that affect life and are caused by interactions among spheres. Water is constantly being recycled through the spheres.  Heat transfer affects the development of weather. 

Homework: 

Weather, the basics. Read the article and take notes, Prepare to discuss. Due Thursday and Friday

Watch the video and take notes, come into class Monday with questions





7th Grade Honors Life Science

7th Grade Class Information and Syllabus

Cell Structure and Function
Unit Essential Question: How has technology enhanced our understanding of cells? 

Key Learning Statement: As microscope technology advances, scientists understanding of cells is changing. Scientists continue to grow in their understanding of how a cell's structure and function are related to help maintain homeostasis.

Homework: 


The Cell: Structure and function. Read the article and take notes, Prepare to discuss. Due Thursday and Friday


Watch the video and take notes. Come to class on Monday with questions





8th Grade Honors Physical Science

Properties of Matter
Unit Essential Question: What determines the properties of matter? 
Key Learning Statement: The atom is the basic unit of matter.  The structure, motion, arrangement and energy of the atom determine the properties of matter. 

Homework:

Watch the video and TAKE NOTES! Due Thursday and Friday



Watch video and take notes. Come in Monday with questions


 




Science Current Events:

China Lost Control of It's Space Station And It's Crashing To Earth!

Why It's Almost Impossible to Kill Tartigrades


The Best Graph of Global Climate Teperatures Ever!


Watch the Evolution of Bacteria In Just 10 Days!


For the First Time Ever, The Human Genome Has Been Edited By Scientists in a Highly Controversial Move.


Do Animals Possess a Soul?


Horses Can Use Symbolic Language to Communicate With Us.



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