Tuesday, March 5, 2019. Day 6

Homeroom:

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

What is energy? pg. 385 in text (image below)

In your SCIENCE NOTEBOOK, summarize

  1. Define energy

  2. examples from text

  3. examples from classroom

Do Now:

pLEASE GET OPEN UP TO YOU hw (pATTERNS)

Lesson:

Review: “PATTERNS” IN SYSTEMS AND CYCLES (PAGE 380 -381)

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IN YOUR SCIENCE NOTEBOOK, SET UP A NOTE PAGE WITH THE TITLE “PATTERNS” AND THE DATE. THEN RESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:

  1. WHAT IS A PATTERN: DEFINE AND DESCRIBE IN YOUR OWN WORDS.

  2. IDENTIFY AND DESCRIBE TWO DIFFERENT TYPES OF PATTERNS FOUND IN NATURE.

    • ALSO DESCRIBE TWO DIFFERENT ORIGINAL EXAMPLES FOR EACH.

  3. DESCRIBE HOW PATTERNS MAY BE USED IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING.

Form Groups and Complete:

  • How good is your parachute?

Read and discuss:

  • What is energy? pg. 385

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  • Define energy

  • examples from text

  • examples from classroom

WIN:

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Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

Finish Launch Lab Activity as needed

Do Now:

Take a handout at the door.

Obtain a copy of “Cause and Effect” the grade 8 text.

Silently:

  • read and review the “Launch Lab” on page 235.

  • Set up the next blank page in your science notebook for this lab:

Lesson:

Launch Lab

  • Assign groups

  • expectations

  • Review activity and release

  • You have 10 minutes to collect data.

Online quiz:

Genes, Chromosomes and Mitosis

Finish Launch Lab when done with the quiz