Academic Calendar 2017-2018

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Thursday and Friday December 1st & 2nd 2016

10 days till Winter Break!

Today's Quote:

☆People who shine from within  don't need the spotlight☆


6th: Student finally worked through the calculation of solar input and realized they were over-complicating the process. The lab is set up to take each step which requires them to slow down and think. After we determined the solar constant, we compared that to the actual value used by scientists. 

7th: Students were given a skeletal diagram to color and hi-light the notes on. We began our skeletal system notes. I had hoped the ones would be in, but Publix said they would not arrive until today so we will push our lab off until Monday

8th: Both sections have now finished and de-briefed the FCA#2. Scores were fantastic! We then began delving into how to balance chemical equations. We will finish this up today and discuss our next lab after we cover calculating molar mass

Brain Bender:

Mr. Dodgers and the children in the neighborhood are raking leaves at Mr. Dodger's house. They have three piles of leaves in the front yard and seven piles of leaves in the backyard. When Mr. Dodgers and the children put all the piles together, how many piles of leaves will they have?


(This should be written in your planner every day)
6th grade, Finish solar input lab 

Solar Input, a Limit To Growth Part 2

Finding the Valence electrons in Transition metals

6th Grade Honor's Earth Space Science:

6th Grade Class Information and Syllabus

Earth’s Structure and Changes Over Time

Unit Essential Question: How do the processes of the rock cycle and human activities alter the surface of Earth over time? 
How do the processes of the rock cycle and human activities alter the surface of Earth over time?
Key Learning Statement: The shape of the land changes over time through two major processes, both natural and manmade.  Natural changes occur through weathering, erosion, and deposition which are agents of the rock cycle.  Manmade changes occur through deforestation, urbanization, desertification, air, land, water quality, and change in flow and pollution of water.  

Homework: IXL nightly

7th Grade Honors Life Science

7th Grade Class Information and Syllabus

Human Body
Unit Essential Question: How are the systems of the human body organized so that they work together to maintain homeostasis?

Key Learning Statement: The body is made up of cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems.  These systems have different functions, working together to maintain homeostasis, and protect against pathogens. 


Biodigital Human App

Whack a Bone

Color the bones!- Due Thursday and Friday with Notes hi-lited

The Human Body, Pushing the Limits- video

8th Grade Honors Physical Science

8th Grade Class Information and Syllabus

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. 



Science Current Events:

How to Destroy the Environment in Three Easy Steps

We Can Brig Species Back, But Should We?

Watch a Rat Being Tickled

Scientists May Have Pin-Pointed the Source of Consciousness.

Apps and Programs to Help You be Successful:

Video Links/ Other Resources over this topic

The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows

The Science of Overpopulation

Human growth over the planet (cancer)

Would I survive a Nuke?

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