Friday, November 3, 2017 Day 5

Homeroom:

  • PTO FUNDRAISER: WE ARE REQUESTING THEME RELATED DONATIONS OR MONETARY DONATIONS TO HELP FILL RAFFLE BASKETS FOR THE BOOK FAIR!

  • GRADE 8 THEME: NEW ENGLAND SPORTS FAN

  • PLEASE SEND IN YOUR GRADE LEVEL THEME ITEMS OR A MONETARY DONATION BY MONDAY NOVEMBER 6TH.

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

Do Now:

  1. Get the Chromebook assigned to you.

  2. Use the diagram below to find the velocity of a bird that flies 10.23 meters in 1.68 seconds in the direction shown.

  3. Sketch this diagram and do your work in your science notebook.

  4. Use FDSS format.

  5. Enter your response in this Google Form.

A bird flies in the direction of the arrow.  It travels 10.23 meters in 1.68 second.  Determine its velocity showing your work in FDSS format.

A bird flies in the direction of the arrow.  It travels 10.23 meters in 1.68 second.  Determine its velocity showing your work in FDSS format.

Review Do Now: In your notebook

  • Copy your answer.

  • Mark it correct or incorrect

  • Identify and describe any error you made.

 

Bicycle race redux:

  • I have reviewed the results form the bicycle race graph interpretation activity.

  • Some very good results!

  • Some not so good...

Materials:

  • Chromebook

  • Student Support Sheets (1 set per team)

  • Science notebook.

Today you will be given samples of the reasoning students offered to support their answers for each question. Your task is to:

  • Use the graph linked here to answer the questions in this Google form "quiz."

    • Discuss each question in the quiz.

    • Read the student support sheet that goes with it.

    • Identify the correct Answer

    • Identify an example of a very good reason supporting the correct answer on the Student Support Sheet.

    • Identify an example of poor or incorrect reasoning on the student support sheet too.

  • Enter the correct answer and COPY good and incorrect reasoning from the student support sheet into the appropriate questions on the Google form.

  • submit when done.

If you finish Early...

Read: Acceleration in Motion Forces and Energy and Take notes using the Guiding Questions.

All work to be done in your science notebook.

 

WIN:

  • Presentations of Source Credibility Student scoring and reactions

 

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

  • None!

Do now:

  • Get out your science notebooks:

  • Make a data table that is similar to the one shown here.

 

Collecting Density Data:

  • Review of results:

  • We will try to improve our data today by making measurements at multiple lab stations.

  • Same lab teams as yesterday.

  • Go to assigned station:

  • Rotate around lab on my cue only please.

  • Measure diameter, height and mass

  • Record on data table

  • Leave station neat and ready for next group.