Friday, May 15, 2015 1. Quiz over speed, velocity, displacement, and acceleration 2. HOMEWORK: NONE
Thursday, May 14, 2015 1. Go over answers on Skyler's and Taylor's acceleration 2. Review comprehension questions from yesterday's work that you completed with the substitute. 3. HOMEWORK: You will have a 10-multiple choice question quiz tomorrow. This quiz will cover these four words and their definitions - speed, velocity, displacement, and acceleration. In addition to these vocabulary words, you should MEMORIZE the speed formula and MEMORIZE the acceleration formula. I will have math questions on this quiz.
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 1. I will not be here today. Please follow the directions give to you by the substitute.
2. Read pages 328 - 332. Now, you know I do not have enough books for each of you. Many of you will have to read online. Chapter 11 is below the homework for today! It is exactly the same as what is in the green book. Do not fight over the green hardback books. I do NOT want to read any such message from the substitute that you couldn't get along.
3. While reading, you MUST define and state the page number where the definition is found of these three words: Acceleration, qualitative data, quantitative data.
4. After reading, you MUST answer questions 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 on page 332. Answer these questions on a sheet of lined paper. Yes, I'm taking it for a grade!
Tuesday, May 12, 2015 1. Calculate interval speed 2. Calculate acceleration 3. HOMEWORK: Finish calculating acceleration speed for the student you were assigned.
Monday, May 11, 2015 1. Use Accelerometer 2. Discuss findings from Accelerometer 3. Gather data on three students. This data will be used tomorrow to calculate speed at each interval. I would like to calculate acceleration at each distance, too. We will do all calculations on Tuesday. 4. HOMEWORK: NONE
Friday, May 8, 2015 1. Build Accelerometer. You will use this device on Monday. 2. HOMEWORK: NONE
Thursday, May 7, 2015 1. We need to go over the assignment from Monday since we did not do that yet. As we review each answer, please make necessary changes to your paper. 2. Practice Problems: Solving for Time using the speed formula.
Wednesday, May 6, 2015 1. Calculate speed using data collected from outside running activity. 2. Practice Problems: Speed Section ONLY 3. HOMEWORK: Complete only the speed problems.
Tuesday, May 5, 2015 1. We will go over your reading and vocabulary tomorrow. I really want to collect speed data today. 2. Activity: Speed, Velocity, Acceleration 3. HOMEWORK: NONE tonight, unless you didn't finish the reading selection and the five questions from yesterday.
Monday, May 4, 2015 1. Read pages 8M - 13M . 2. Define: Speed, average speed, instantaneous speed, velocity 3. Questions: Questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 at the end of this section. NOTE: Although the reading assignment is the same in both the green book and the online book, Taylor pointed out the that the end of chapter questions are different. If you started with the green book, you will need to finish using the green book which is down below the homework for today. If you started this assignment using the online chapter link, you need to finish the assignment using the link. I find that the questions are similar in difficulty level. 4. HOMEWORK: Finish reading, definitions, and questions
Thursday, April 30, 2015 1. Complete Part 1 of the Review Guide 2. Review with teacher 3. Review Guide Part 2. Complete ALL four practice quizzes below. When you finish the quiz, click on submit. Scroll down that screen until you find the portion of the screen that allows you to EMAIL me your score. Please use my Google email (firstname.lastname@example.org) when you email me your results. Yes, you MUST do all FOUR quizzes. Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Quiz 3 Quiz 4
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 1. Finish the Wiley Rock and Mineral Activity 2. Begin work on the review guide. You will see a picture of the Promethean Board below to help with those questions. I will give you 10-minutes tomorrow to finish this part of the review guide. 3. HOMEWORK #1: Review Guide. 4. HOMEWORK #2: Virtual Snow Day Make-up Lesson #4 is due Monday, May 4 no later than 7:30 a.m.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 1. Hand back graded papers 2. Work on Wiley Rock and Mineral Activity. I will give you 10-minutes tomorrow at the start of class to finish this assignment. 3. HOMEWORK: Wiley Rock and Mineral Activity 4. HOMEWORK #2: Complete virtual lesson #4. This lesson is due on or before Monday, May 4 at 7:30 a.m. Monday, April 27, 2015 1. Collect the Rock Cycle Flow Chart. This flow chart was to have been completed over the weekend. 2. Igneous Rock Lab. You will identify eight igneous rock samples using the chart provided in class. 3. HOMEWORK: Complete virtual lesson #4. This lesson is due on or before Monday, May 4 at 7:30 a.m.
Virtual Lesson #4. This is the final virtual snow day make-up lesson you will need to complete. I want you to read the article and answer the questions that follow on "What's best for the land?" You will need to complete this assignment using My Big Campus. The assignment is under the schoolwork tab.
Friday, April 24, 2015 1. Review yesterday's vocabulary/definitions. Make changes (f necessary) 2. Watch video clip on IGNEOUS Rocks. You will complete the igneous rock section on your flow chart with me. 3. Watch the sedimentary rock video clip and the metamorphic rock video clip on your own. While watching these two video clips complete the rest of your flow chart. 4. Homework #1: The rock flow chart is due on MONDAY at the start of class. 5. Homework #2: Make sure you complete the third virtual snow day lesson by Monday, April 27 before 7:30 a.m.
Thursday, April 23, 2015 A. Read page 536 - 539 in the green book. Yes, it is posted online.,
B. Define the following words: Solidification, lava, magma, instrusive, extrusive, polutonic, felsic, intermediate, mafic, and vesicular. If the word is in red, you MUST use the definition from the textbook - the exact page you find the definition! No glossary!
C. Answer these questions about today's reading. You should write your answers in your science journal. I'm considering your vocabulary as question 1. 2. How are igneous rocks formed?In other words, what are the processes that
aid in the formation of igneous rocks?
3. What is the difference between lava and magma? Explain BOTH in detail.
4. Pumice is a type of igneous rock has visible holes in it. Explain what occurred during the formation of this rock to cause these holes?
5. The formation of igneous rocks can be classified either intrusive or extrusive. Which one of these classifications leads to the formation of large crystals? Explain how these large crystals are formed.
6. Compare and contrast the differences between basaltic, granitic, and andesitic magma and give at least two characteristics for each.
7. Granite, pumice, and scoria are igneous rocks. Why doesn’t granite have air holes like the other two?
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 1. Finish the Metamorphic Rocks Lab with Mrs. Simonsen 2. HOMEWORK: Keep reviewing the vocabulary from Thursday, April 16. I will give you a quiz on this vocabulary. I just haven't decided when I would like to give it. It would be fun to give a pop quiz during this week. 3. HOMEWORK #2: Complete the third snow day virtual make-up assignment. The third lesson is due by Monday, April 27 no later than 7:30 a.m.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 1. Remember! Your third snow day virtual make-up assignment is due this Monday, April 27 no later than 7:30 a.m. 2. LAB: Metamorphic Rocks. a. I will give you a lab sheet that Mrs. Simonsen shared with me. You will record your notes on this lab sheet. b. You will need to use the graphic below to help you complete the metamorphic rocks worksheet. 3. HOMEWORK: Keep reviewing the vocabulary from Thursday, April 16. I will give you a quiz on this vocabulary. I just haven't decided when I would like to give it. It would be fun to give a pop quiz during this week. 4. HOMEWORK #2: Complete the third snow day virtual make-up assignment. The third lesson is due by Monday, April 27 no later than 7:30 a.m.
Monday, April 20, 2015 1. Review Vocabulary! Use the Quizletlink from Friday to help you review. 2. Rewatch BrainPop video clip and go over the ten-questions. 3. HOMEWORK: Complete the half sheet given to you in class. 4. HOMEWORK #2: Complete the third snow day virtual make-up assignment. The third lesson is due by Monday, April 27 no later than 7:30 a.m.
Virtual Snow Day Lesson 3: April 20 - April 27 You will use the PowerPoint provided on karsts and will watch a 9-minute video clip titled “Karsts in the Ozarks: Part 2”. After perusing the PowerPoint and watching the video, you will answer 10-questions over this material. These 10-questions can be found on My Big Campus - Schoolwork. You will need to answer the 10-questions using My Big Campus. This assignment is due on Monday, April 27 no later than 7:30 a.m.
Friday, April 17, 2015 1. Discuss the vocabulary from Thursday. Here is a Quizlet vocabulary link so you can review the definitions. 2. Watch video clip about rock cycle 3. Discussion questions. 4. HOMEWORK: Watch the BrainPop video. Follow the directions that found on the BrainPop video link. You can print out the worksheet on your HOME printer before answering the questions, you could write your answers on a sheet of paper, or you can copy the Google doc and mark your answers right on the worksheet. So, here should be NO excuse on why you didn't finish this assignment!
Thursday, April 16, 2015 1. Vocabulary. foliation, schistocity, conglomerate, phyllitic, gneiss banding, cleavage, luster, crystalline, grain sizes 2. Watch some video clips 3. Review vocabulary (if time permits) 4. HOMEWORK: Just finish the vocabulary. Tomorrow, I will have you do some reading. I haven't decided if you are going to do a worksheet over the reading. I would prefer to have a class discussion.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015 1. Welcome Mr. Scholz's class 2. STOP - - REGROUP -- SLOW IT DOWN. We MUST slow down just a bit. Right now, I feel that all you are doing is memorizing information and spitting it back out at me. Memorization does have its place in learning, but not on the rock cycle. So, tonight I want you to complete the assignment that was handed out in class. Make sure you have it TOTALLY completed for tomorrow's class. 3. HOMEWORK: Virtual Snow Day Lesson 2. This lesson is due on or before Monday, April 20 at 7:30 a.m.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015 1. Welcome Mr. Scholz's class 2. ACTIVITY: How are Sedimentary Rocks Formed? You will need to set up this activity today. 3. HOMEWORK: Virtual Snow Day Lesson 2. This lesson is due on or before Monday, April 20 at 7:30 a.m.
Monday, April 13, 2015 1. Collect first virtual snow day lesson. 2. Take post-test on Acuity. 3. HOMEWORK: Virtual Snow Day Lesson 2. This lesson is due on or before Monday, April 20 at 7:30 a.m.
Virtual Snow Day Lesson Week 2: April 13 - April 20 This weeks lesson is found on My Big Campus. You need to log in to My Big Campus and go to schoolwork. You will see an assignment titled "Looking for Lucy." You need to read the article, complete the 10-questions, and submit it. Don't forget, you must click on the SUBMIT button to turn in this assignment. ALSO, this assignment is due on or before Monday, April 20 at 7:30 A.M.
Friday, April 10, 2015 1. Review sedimentary rock data table. 2. Complete quiz and reading selection. 3. HOMEWORK: Virtual Snow Make-up Lesson Week 1. It is due on Monday.
Thursday, April 9, 2015 1. Finish collecting sedimentary rock data. 2. Go over answers to data table. 3. HOMEWORK: Review data table. You will take a quiz over this data tomorrow.
Wednesday, April 8, 2015 1. Comprehension Questions from yesterday's reading assignment. We will go over these answers tomorrow during class. 2. Large group instruction today. Mr. Scholz's group will join us today for our lesson over sedimentary rocks. Mrs. Simonsen is our guest instructor. 3. HOMEWORK: NONE . . . unless you need to finish the Virtual Snow Makeup lesson.
Tuesday, April 7, 2015 1. Read pages 532 - 535, 545 - 551 in Chapter 18 of the green book. You know I only have 9 green books, so I've attached a pdf file of chapter 18 below. 2. Comprehension worksheet. You can either complete this worksheet in your journal or use the google doc. 3. HOMEWORK: Finish the comprehension worksheet. You will use this in tomorrow's class.
VIRTUAL SNOW DAY LESSON By next Monday, April 13, you must complete the Mineral Scavenger Hunt. You should use the sites below to help you complete this assignment. These sites will help you complete the assignment quickly and efficiently. If you choose to go out and just search on your own, this assignment will take an ETERNITY! So, use the sites provided. There are several ways to complete this assignment. You could . . .
Print the assignment on your own printer and complete it, or
Open the Google doc, make a copy of it, type in your answers, and re-share it with me, or
Open up the assignment and write the answers on a sheet of lined paper.
Here are a few resource sites to help you search for your rocks/minerals:
Monday, April 6, 2015 1. Sedimentary Rock Identification. This activity was a bit hard today because we didn't know all the vocabulary. We are going to take care of this issue tomorrow during science class. 2. HOMEWORK: NONE
Friday, April 3, 2015 1. Mineral Quiz 2. HOMEWORK: NONE. NOTE: You will begin working on rocks this coming Monday.
Thursday, April 2, 2015 1. Finish analyzing mineral samples and taking notes. Concentrate on the minerals below. 2. HOMEWORK: Study for tomorrow's mineral quiz.
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 1. Continue examining mineral selections. 2. HOMEWORK: NONE
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 1. Invite Mr. Scholz's class to join ours for the mineral lesson. 2. Go over yesterday's homework assignment. Make any and all changes to answers. 3. Guest Instructor: Mrs. Simonsen a. In small groups, fill in the data table on at least one mineral. b. Move to next mineral. You do NOT need to wait for the group before moving to the next station. 4. HOMEWORK: NONE
Monday, March 30, 2015 1. Earth's magnetic field. You were to have answered six questions. I will collect them now or by 2:30 p.m. today! If you took a picture, you need to email me your picture at email@example.com. 2. Pretest. Take the pretest on My Big Campus. There are 10-questions. 3. Guest Instructor: Mrs. Simonsen 4. HOMEWORK: Chapter 17, Lesson 1. You need to complete these five items: a. Define mineral. b. Name 3 characteristics of a mineral c. If you can scratch a mineral with your fingernail, it has a hardness of what? d. Define luster. e. Are vitamins and minerals that are in your food the same thing?
Thursday, March 19, 2015 1. Faults Quiz. The quiz is on My Big Campus 2. Glaciation Reading. Open the google doc and MAKE A COPY of it before reading the passage on glaciers. After you read the passage, answer the questions that follow. GRRRR . . . I do NOT appreciate that several of you erased the google doc. Not nice! As a result of you erasing and changing the document, I have posted the article as a pdf file below. 3. HOMEWORK: None, unless you do not finish the glaciation reading.
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 1. Review using fault models to prepare for tomorrow's quiz. 2. HOMEWORK: Review for tomorrow's quiz. The quiz is on Faults, Boundaries, and Layers of the Earth.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 1. Collect Reaction Activity AFTER we go over the assignment. 2. Finish Fault Activity . . . grade using teacher's key 3. HOMEWORK: NONE
Monday, March 16, 2015 1. Complete activity given to you by my substitute. I will collect this from you tomorrow at the start of class. 2. I will give you 15-minutes to finish Friday's Fault Activity. 3. HOMEWORK: NONE . . . unless you did not finish the activity in science class.
Friday, March 13, 2015 1. Fault Activity. 2. HOMEWORK: NONE. I will give you 15-minutes to complete this assignment on Monday, but only 15-minutes.
Thursday, March 12, 2015 1. Assemble fault manipulative 2. HOMEWORK: Achieve 3000 Article: To Warn the People. This article is due tomorrow at the START of school, which is 7:30 a.m. (CDT).
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 1. Finish going over answers to worksheet. 2. HOMEWORK: ACHIEVE 3000 Article: To Warn the People. Make sure you have this article submitted to me by 7:30 a.m. Friday morning.
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 1. New seats 2. Discuss the answers to Monday's questions. 3. HOMEWORK: Achieve 3000 Article: To Warn the People. This article is found on your My Big Campus account. You will be given a ONE DAY extension because I forgot to post it yesterday. Sorry. So, the article must be completed by Friday, March 13 at 7:30 a.m.
Monday, March 9, 2015 1. Complete Earth's Layers and Plate Tectonic Questions. You completed half of this assignment on Tuesday, March 3 before the snow days. 2. These questions MUST be done for tomorrow's class. You will NOT have time to work on them in class. So, complete them tonight. 3. HOMEWORK: Achieve 3000 Article: To Warn the People. This article will be found on your My Big Campus account at 2:30 p.m. today. You must have this article completed by Thursday, March 12 at 7:30 a.m.
Monday, January 12, 2015 1. Review vocabulary from Friday's class. 2. Discussion questions over Friday's reading assignment. Chapter 22, Section 1
Tuesday, January 13, 2015 1. Collect yesterday's homework 2. Begin working in table groups to complete the activity on page 668. You will work on this today and tomorrow during class. 3. HOMEWORK: NONE
Wednesday, January 14, 2015 1. Finish the activity on page 668. Remember, you are working as a group. This will be collected tomorrow at the start of class. 2. HOMEWORK: Finish coloring diagrams on page 668.
Thursday, January 15, 2015 1. Turn in activity on page 668. 2. WORK DAY in class. a. Read pages 669 - 673 b. Define: absolute age, radiactive decay, half-life, radiometric dating, uniformitarianism, isotope, beta decay, alpha decay c. Answer questions 1, 3, and 5 on page 673 3. HOMEWORK: Finish work day assignment
Friday, January 16, 2015 1. Collect vocabulary and reading comprehension questions 2. Kahoot! game over vocabulary from Chapter 22 Section 3. Tuesday, January 20, 2015 1. Half-Life Lab is canceled due to many forgetting to bring in pennies. 2. Complete review guide worksheet using Google docs! You will need to MAKE A COPY of this document BEFORE typing in your answers. https://docs.google.com/a/evsck12.com/document/d/1yHTjsHRm9DnSt3yZmXT6weQGVId9VKLV6LXeK8NJDGM/edit?usp=sharing NOTE: The online book is posted below #3 for your convenience. 3. HOMEWORK: Complete review guide worksheet. Due at the start of class tomorrow! You will NOT receive time to work on it in class. Sorry. You MUST do this for homework!
Wednesday, January 21, 2015 1. Either turn in a hard copy of last night's assignment OR share the assignment using this address: firstname.lastname@example.org 2. Half-life Activity a. Highlight the topic sentence on page 1 and page 2. b. Read through the materials section c. Read and COMPLETE the procedure steps 1-4 by the end of class. We will exchange data tomorrow. 3. HOMEWORK: NONE. We will finish this activity tomorrow!
Thursday, January 22, 2015 ... Didn't get as much done due to group pictures for yearbook! . . 1. Half-Life Activity a. Finish collecting group's data b. Share group's data and copy it 2. HOMEWORK: NONE
Monday, January 26, 2015 1. Take a three question online quiz on half-life. Students were allowed to use their half-life data and line graph to these questions. 2. Titanic Mini-Project - topics based on topic chosen. 3. HOMEWORK: Continue pinning on topic. Topics are oceanography expert, Titanic construction expert, iceberg expert, and wreckage expert. By tomorrow's class, you should have at least 5 pins.
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 1. Continue working on Titanic mini-project - by the time you end class today, you would have at least 10 pins about your topic. 2. HOMEWORK: By the start of tomorrow's class, you should have at least 15 pins on your topic. You will use this information on the class assignment tomorrow. Wednesday, January 28, 2015 1. Bye the end of class, you should have completed your assigned expert questions. You will use the answers to these questions tomorrow during class time. 2. HOMEWORK: Complete the expert questions. These answers are due at the start of class tomorrow. No exceptions!
Thursday, January 29, 2015 1. Work as expert collaborative groups to compare notes and answers from yesterday's worksheets and the pins made. 2. Work as expert collaborative groups to problem solve. a. Take a 50-grams clay ball and make it float in water b. Draw your clay boat in your notes. c. Label the buoyant force on your clay boat. d. Label the gravitational force on your clay boat. e. Discuss with your expert group's how this clay boat applies to the Titanic. 3. HOMEWORK: NONE. We will finish any clay boat items tomorrow during class.
Friday, January 30, 2015 1. Watch video clip on Titanic and Buoyancy 2. Finish sharing information from expert groups. 3. HOMEWORK: NONE
Monday, February 2, 2015 1. Continue working on Titanic mini-unit by completing questions 1-10 on the overall_titanic_questions.pdf worksheet. The worksheet is posted below the homework for today. 2. Half of the class will complete the hypothermia activity with Mrs. Hartig. The other half of class will go tomorrow. 3. HOMEWORK: You ONLY need to complete questions 1-10. You will finish 11-20 tomorrow!
Tuesday, February 3, 2015 1. Finish all 20-questions. You will go over these answers tomorrow with your Titanic groups. 2. Second have of class will complete the hypothermia activity with Mrs. Hartig. We will go over these answers tomorrow at the start of class. 3. HOMEWORK; If you did not complete the 20 Titanic questions in class, you need to finish them tonight. You can find these 20-questions posted under Monday, February 2 assignments.
Wednesday, February 4, 2015 1. Go over hypothermia questions that you completed with Mrs. Hartig 2. HOMEWORK: You have an OPEN notes test tomorrow over the Titanic. You may use your 20-questions/answers and your hypothermia sheet on this test. I'm posting a review guide for you.
Thursday, February 5, 2015 1. Titanic Test. You should use your notes from science class. You can even use your notes for English and Social Studies. 2. Return to Geology. 3. HOMEWORK: Read pages 586 (1) - 594 (9) in the_rock_record_chapter.pdf. It is below. 4. HOMEWORK: Define and WRITE down the page number you found the definition on of these words: geologic time scale, eon, Precambrian, era, period, epoch, mass extinction.
Friday, February 6, 2015 1. Review and grade vocabulary from yesterday. 2. Discussion questions based off last night's reading. a. What is geologic time? (Give me more than the definition.) b. What is the significance of extinction events to geologists? c. Why do scientists know so little about the Precambrian Era? 3. Video Clip . . . we buffered and buffered and buffered. No such luck. 4. HOMEWORK: NONE
Monday, February 9, 2015 1. Kahoot! game created by RomanOreo Productions 2. Worksheet on Geologic Time Scale. You are going to use the answers to this worksheet tomorrow for the Geologic Time Scale activity. 3. HOMEWORK: Complete the Geologic Time Scale worksheet. Make sure you remember to add 2 more examples!
Wednesday, February 11, 2015 1. Finish working on the geologic time scale activity. You will use this time scale on an activity tomorrow. 2. HOMEWORK: NONE
Thursday, February 12, 2015 1. ISTEP computer server check 2. HOMEWORK: NONE
Friday, February 13, 2015 1. Sit with your group from yesterday. 2. Exchange and evaluate another group's geologlic time scale project. 3. Complete a partner critique. 4. Pick up two papers on geologic time scale. You will complete these two sheets on Monday. 5. HOMEWORK: NONE
Monday, February 16, 2015 1. Snow Day 2. HOMEWORK: NONE . . . see you tomorrow? Tuesday, February 17, 2015 1. Snow Day 2. HOMEWORK: None that I can think of except to stay warm.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015 1. Snow Day 2. HOMEWORK: Have fun, stay warm, take a nap, make a healthy snack, be nice to your loved ones, stay out of trouble. Perhaps I will see you tomorrow.
Thursday, February 19, 2015 1. Snow Day 2. HOMEWORK: Read a book.
Friday, February 20, 2015 - 2 hour delay schedule 1. Check science grades 2. Begin work on Geologic Time Scale worksheet. This worksheet was handed out last Friday.
Monday, Februray 23, 2015 1. Finish working on Geologic Time Scale Worksheet. If you need another copy of it, you can download the Excel handout below. 2. HOMEWORK: Finish any and all remaining worksheet items.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 1. Use Geologic Time Scale Worksheet to complete analysis/conclusion questions. 2. Turn in above assignment by the END of today's class. 3. Achieve 3000: A Mammoth Find. Pull up My Big Campus and complete this article by Friday, February 27 at 8:56 A.M. (CDT). You will find this article under school work. 4. HOMEWORK: Complete Achieve 3000 article by Friday, February 27, 8:56 A.M. (CDT).
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 1. Begin Earth's Layers 2. Color handout: Land - Green, Water - Blue, Crust - Brown, Mantle - Red, Outer Core - Orange, Inner Core - Yellow 3. HOMEWORK: Finish coloring diagram. We will assemble the diagram tomorrow if necessary.
Thursday, February 26, 2015 1. Take notes on Earth's Layers. You are responsible for finding the following information: Thickness of each layer, temperatures of each layer, chemical makeup of each layer (Example: Inner core is made of iron (Fe)), and density of each layer. Here is a good site for finding density.
2. HOMEWORK: Finish taking earth's layers notes
3. HOMEWORK: Your achieve article is due TOMORROW!
Friday, February 27, 2015 1. Education Review Game
Monday, March 2, 2015 1. Education Review Game 2. READING. Your job is to open the reading selection and to read through Chapter 1, Section 1. As you read these pages, you will notice 3 reading checkpoints. You need to record your answer to these three reading checkpoints in your science journal.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 1. Go over reading checkpoints. 2. Complete the following Google document. 3. HOMEWORK: NONE