Thursday, January 24, 2019. Day 2

Homeroom:

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

None.

Do Now:

Lesson:

INTRODUCE The Project - READ HANDOUT:

MAKE A RESUME

  1. YOU NEED TO REFLECT ON YOUR SKILLS AS A STUDENT

  2. For each of the roles below, DESCRIBE YOUR SKILLS BASED ON THE REQUIREMENTS.

    • do this in writing in your science notebook under a title of “Resume”

  3. MEET WITH PROSPECTIVE TEAMMATES - DISCUSS YOUR SKILLS

    • TEAMS MUST HAVE ONE PERSON WHO WILL TAKE LEAD RESPONSIBILITY FOR EACH OF THE THREE ROLES.

    • ALL STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR HELPING THE WORK ON ALl PHASES OF THE PROJECT.

    • THE LEAD FOR EACH SKILL WILL ORGANIZE, DELEGATE, AND TAKE FINAL RESPONSIBILITY.

  4. TEAM SIZE

    • TEAMS OF THREE ARE PREFERRED.

    • TEAMS OF TWO ARE ACCEPTABLE.

    • Teams of one are ambitious

    • NO TEAM WILL HAVE MORE THAN THREE.

  5. REGISTER YOUR TEAM

    • RECORD EACH PERSON IN THEIR ASSIGNED ROLE.

  6. After team formation, you need to set up a project journal:

    • create a section in your science notebook with at least 10 blank pages.

    • Give it a title (Beverage Container Design Project

    • Each day, write the date and summarize all work that you complete.

    • Today - begin brainstorming ideas for making the ultimate beverage container!

ROLES:

  1. ILLUSTRATOR/GRAPHIC ARTIST

    • SKILLS REQUIRED

      • DRAWING AND ILLUSTRATING

      • PRESENTATION SLIDE DESIGN

      • SELECTING IMAGES, LAYOUTS, COLOR COORDINATION, ETC.

  2. Cost ACCOUNTANT

    • SKILLS REQUIRED

      • Researching costs of materials

      • ORGANIZATION OF CALCULATIONS

      • MATH SKILLS INCLUDING CHECKING ACCURACY

      • PRESENTATION OF MATH INCLUDING SHOWING WORK

  3. COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR

    • SKILLS REQUIRED

      • USING LANGUAGE TO EXPLAIN THE TEAM’S IDEAS

      • WRITING

      • SPEAKING AND PRESENTATION SKILLS

WE WILL CONTINUE TOMORROW!

WIN:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

Final energy and energy transformations test -

  • Monday, January 28th.

Do Now:

Panorama Survey

  • Silent class

  • Think and respond carefully

  • No talking until the last person finishes

  • login using your student number

    • locate this before beginning

  • Link to the survey

Lesson:

Check and go over: CALCULATING GPE AND KE PRACTICE QUIZ

Review remainder of the Energy and Energy transformations Study guide

Open your science Notebook:

Read pages 139 to 147 in Motion, Forces, and Energy.

identify seven different sources of energy discussed in the chapter.

For each:

  • Describe the source

  • list its advantages

  • list its limitations

This is not homework:

For Tomorrow SLANT: Potential Energy

Please turn to your January 17th notes.

Demonstrations of Electrical Potential

  • balloon

  • van der graff

Magnetic Potential

  • television and magnet