Turkey Trot Forms
Grade 8 agenda:
Homework: None today!
Obtain a chromebook
pass back and go over
Newton's First Law (pages 36 to 39)
Reader (reads the section)
Commenter (identifies the main point or idea of the section in a comment)
Questioner (clarifies the main idea or some other important aspect with a question)
Discusses comment and question
identifies any key vocabulary (bold or otherwise important)
Annotates Chapter Outline Notes in Science Notebook:
Key supporting details
Genius Hour Brainstorm:
Fill out brainstorm form:
Student pairings to read and find common thread.
2 minutes to read and reflect (silent)
60 seconds to comment and respond (each student)
return paper - two minutes to annotate feedback on back.
Setting Expectations - groupthink and development of class norms.
Driving question (thick/thin)
Form for pitch and other elements...
Grade 7 Agenda:
Finish Google classroom Data table assignment we worked on in class for Friday.
Review your results from the lab and your Properties of elements table
Copy the following QUESTION into your science notebook: What element do you think these samples are made from?
Respond to the question and Support your claim with evidence from your results.
New sPreadsheet Skill: Merging Cells
Summing up our investigation:
Google classroom Assignment:
Use class data to create your own data table:
include all eight stations.
Remove all information about students names, email addresses, etc.
Add summary statistics to the bottom of the table for all stations.
Give the table an appropriate title, borders, etc for use in your lab wrap up.
student independent work with teacher conferences
Your final product should be a neat, professional looking data table suitable for pasting into a lab report.