Monday, 4/30/18- A Day- SBAC Testing- ELA CAT 1- Periods 6 & 7

  • Testing Periods: HR, 2, 3, & 4
  • Class Rotation: 1, 5, 6, 7

Learning Tasks:

*Period 6- Collect ISN’s

  1. Do NowMass, Volume, & Density Science 360 Video– What does density have to do with hockey?
  2. Final Model/Explanation- Watch the phenomenon again carefully. Also check out this person floating in the Dead Sea, these large floating ducks, and floating lemons but sinking limes. What determines whether something sinks or floats? On the white paper, draw your ideas of what you have learned is happening when something sinks or floats.
  3. Self Reflection for the Unit on Density– Refer to page 8 in your ISN for directions on how to write a Self-Reflection. Use the Google Doc in Google Classroom to type your responses in the light grey boxes for each of the steps.

Home Learning-

Density Assessment on Tue. 5/8

Science Notebooks (ISN’s) due as follows:

  • tomorrow 5/1- Period 4
  • Wednesday 5/2- Period 2
  • Thursday 5/3- Period 3
  • Friday 5/4- Period 7
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Friday, 4/27/18- B Day- Early Dismissal Schedule (PLC)

Learning Tasks:

  1. Science FridaySuperbloom: How Death Valley Springs to Life and Physics GirlHow to Make a Cloud in Your Mouth
  2. Self Reflection for the Unit on Density– Refer to page 8 in your ISN for directions on how to write a Self-Reflection. Use the Google Doc in Google Classroom to type your responses in the light grey boxes for each of the steps.
  3. NGSS Assessment Sample Items– Remember the science assessment sample items that we reviewed to illustrate the rigor and complexity of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) assessment. The sample items allow students to become familiar with the item interactions and navigational tools that are used in NGSS assessments.

Home Learning-

Science Notebooks (ISN’s) due as follows:

  • Monday 4/30- Period 6
  • Tuesday 5/1- Period 4
  • Wednesday 5/2- Period 2
  • Thursday 5/3- Period 3
  • Friday 5/4- Period 7

Thursday, 4/26/18- A Day

Question:

Do liquids follow the same rules for sinking and floating as solids? Do all liquids have the same density as water?

Learning Tasks:

  1. Do Now– Copy down your homework assignment in your planner. Get out your science notebook to pages 52-53.
  2. Driving Question Summary Table– Complete the DQST on ISN pgs. 52-53 for the Sinking and Floating Investigations on ISN pgs. 62-65.
  3. Final Model/Explanation- Watch the phenomenon again carefully. Also check out this person floating in the Dead Sea, these large floating ducks, and floating lemons but sinking limes. What determines whether something sinks or floats? On the white paper, draw your ideas of what you have learned is happening when something sinks or floats.
  4. Practice– Take It Further Questions 7-10 handout

Home Learning-

Science Notebooks (ISN’s) due as follows:

  • Monday 4/30- Period 3
  • Tuesday 5/1- Period 4
  • Wednesday 5/2- Period 2
  • Thursday 5/3- Period 6
  • Friday 5/4- Period 7

Wednesday, 4/25/17- Financial Literacy Day- Module 4: How Creditworthy Are You?

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the meaning of creditworthiness
  • Understand the three C’s of credit
  • Determine when to use credit & when not to
  • Understand the purpose of credit scores & credit reports

Learning Tasks:

  1. Do NowDiscussion Prompts
  2. Video SegmentYou Ain’t Saved Nothing Yet
  3. Financial Soccer– Module 4- How Credit Worthy Are you? Read the Discussion and answer the Quiz  Questions and Written Exercise
  4. KahootManaging Credit

Tuesday, 4/24/18- A Day

Question:

What effect does the liquid have on sinking or floating? Do all liquids have the same density?

Learning Tasks:

  1. Do Now– Copy down your homework assignment in your planner. Get out your science notebook and add to your Table of Contents- “Sinking & Floating Liquids p.64” (Left Side). Head page 64 properly with “Sinking & Floating Liquids-4/24/18.
  2. Demonstration– Observe the candles floating in the different liquids and the density column again. Answer questions 1-5 on the Demonstration handout. Tape as a flip page to ISN p.65.
  3. Model- Answer Question 6 about water, alcohol, and oil on the molecular level. Trim and tape the handout to ISN p.64.
  4. Practice- Take It Further Questions 7-10 handout

Period 6-

  1. Do Now- Copy down your homework assignment in your planner. Get out your science notebook and add to your Table of Contents- “Sinking & Floating Liquids p.65” (Right Side). Head page 65 properly with “Sinking & Floating Liquids-4/20/18.”
  2. Review HW– Take It Further Questions 5-8 handout
  3. Demonstration- Observe the demonstration of candles floating on two different liquids. Do all liquids have the same density? Measure the mass of equal volumes of water and rubbing alcohol and record your results on ISN p.65. Observe the density column. Answer questions 1-5 on the Demonstration handout.

Period 7-

  1. Do Now- Copy down your homework assignment in your planner. Get out your science notebook and add to your Table of Contents- “Sinking & Floating Solids p.62” (Left Side). Head page 62 properly with “Sinking & Floating-Solids-4/19/18.” Rabbit or duck?
  2. Model-Answer Question 4 about density of water, wax, & a candle on the molecular level. Trim and tape the handout to ISN p.62.
  3. Practice– Take It Further Questions 5-8 handout
  4. Demonstration- Observe the demonstration of candles floating on two different liquids. Do all liquids have the same density? Measure the mass of equal volumes of water and rubbing alcohol and record your results on ISN p.65. Observe the density column. Answer questions 1-5 on the Demonstration handout.

Home Learning-

Science Notebooks (ISN’s) due as foolows:

  • Monday 4/30- Period 3
  • Tuesday 5/1- Period 4
  • Wednesday 5/2- Period 2
  • Thursday 5/3- Period 6
  • Friday 5/4- Period 7