Waikamoi- East MAui Watershed Hike 4/7 'Aina and 4/11 Kai
Monday, April 7
Field Science 'Aina: Waikamoi Preserve
East Maui Watershed Hike
Homework ('Aina ONLY)
GREAT JOB EVERYONE for being so flexible with our changing plans today! I really appreciate everyone's willingness to adjust on the fly.
Complete the Reflection Booklet we began today. Your booklet should include the following:
Cover: Your Name, Date and the Name of the Trail we hiked.
Inside Cover: An outline map of Maui with the location of the trail head
Lined Paper: 5 Sensory Experiences you had on the hike.
White Paper: Venn diagram comparing and contrasting your Expectations (what you thought it would be like before the hike) and your Experiences (what actually happened).
White Paper: A sketch of EITHER a native and non-native plant you saw on the hike, labelled OR the view from the trail with the other islands of Maui county labelled as they appeared from our vantage point.
Tuesday, April 8
Field Science Kai: Baseline Biological Inventory of Proposed KCS Play Yard Expansion
Homework (Kai ONLY)
Experimental Design for Biological Inventory
Complete Scientific Inquiry Report form through "Methods" section.
Title of Inquiry, Background Information, Question ("how...", "why...", I wonder...."?), Independent Variable, Dependent Variable, Controlled Variable and Methods (detailed, ordered procedures you will follow to gather data)
Wednesday, April 9
Atoms Interact with Each Other- models and bonds
NO HOMEWORK TONIGHT FOR SCIENCE, SEE QUIDDICH/PE HOMEWORK IN RIGHT COLUMN
Thursday, April 10
Chemical Bonding- Introduction
1. Valence Electrons, the Shell Model
2. The Formation of Ions
3. Bonding Ions tutorial, KCS Homepage
Kai Class. Watch "The Formation of Ions" and answer discussion questions given in class.
Virtual Friday Science, PUEO ONLY, see below
Science Virtual Friday- PUEO
Due Friday by 1:30pm
Part I. Complete Atomic Notation Worksheet and Bohr Diagram Worksheet (handed out in class on Thursday and available to download below.
(Bring this handout to school on Monday)
Part II. Atomic History- Reading Cloze Activity
1. Read the Passage at
2. As you read, select the correct word to fill in the blanks from the pull-down menu.
3. When finished, select “Check My Answers”
4. Take a screen shot of your score results and email it as an attachment to Ms. Kaufman with the subject line: “Screen Shot of Atomic History Reading Score”
1. Watch this 3:22 video excerpt from NOVA: "Hunting the Elements, at http://hawaii.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/nvhe.sci.chemistry.compounds/how-elements-form-compounds/
Note, you may have to agree to terms in order to download. The button looks like this:
I accept the terms and conditions outlined in this license.
2. After viewing the video, complete the following discussion questions which have also been shared with you as a Google doc under the title “How Elements Form Compounds Discussion Questions” Please note, the document must be submitted in 12 pt. font, black.
· Describe the electron configuration of sodium.
· Why is sodium highly reactive?
· How can two unstable elements, such as sodium and chlorine, combine to make a stable compound?
Science Extensions this Week
Coming Soon... student drawing reflections of Waikamoi preserve
Quiddich Update-This week: Build Hoops!
HOMEWORK, Wednesday, April 9
Each student will be given a section of the International Quiddich Association Rulebook to read and summarize for the class. You will be the "expert" on this section of the game so we can consult with you when questions come up during the game.
1. Go to http://iqaquidditch.com/files/IQA_Rulebook_7_web.pdf
2. Find the section that you have been assigned (see list below)
3. Read the appropriate section and write a summary of the rule which will be assembled into a KCS Quiddich Rulebook, Abridged Version.
4. Your summary should be sent to Ms. Kaufman via shared Google Document according to the following format:
Quiddich Rulebook, (Your Section Title Here)
5. Optional- If your section is supported by a diagram or sketch you are encouraged to prepare one and I will include it in the completed rulebook. Illustrations should be submitted on paper or you may scan and email.
Kai: 'Aina: Rule Section
Madison, Kai Definitions: Beater, Bludger
Kiyo, Emma Definitions: Brooms Up
Trevor, Hina Definitions: Charge, Chaser
Christine, Bryton Definitions Dead Bludger Dead Chaser, Dead Quaffle
Hannah, Maile Definitions: Guarding a Bludger, Helpless Receiver
Victoria, John D. Definitions: Seaker, Snitch Ball, Snitch Runner
Davin, Madison E. The Keeper Zone
Kobe, Ana 2.1.7 Additional Pitch Lines
Charles, Aryeh Hoop Specifications and Placement
Edwin, Natalie 2.3.1. The Quaffle
Logan, Ben 2.3.2 Bludgers
Pohaku, Katelyn 2.3.3 The Snitch
Kalo, Lucas 2.5.2 Mandatory Equipment
Malia, Nehemiah 2.5.7 Headband loss during play and 5.1.1, 5.1.2 Getting Knocked Out
Kandalynn, Patxi The Pitch (2.1)
Lucas, Dylan 3.2.1 Starting the Game
Araeli, Vukomir 3.3 Stopping Play
Kylie, Nick 3.3.3 Stopping Play Procedure
Alondra, Jonathan 4.1 Goal Scoring
Cody, Makena 3.4.2 Ending the Game
Daeja, Hi'ilani 4.2 Broken or Fallen Hoop
Timmy, Kaleigh 4.3 Goal Tending
Jade, Meia Ireland 4.4
Restarting After a Goal
Hunter, Jenna 5.1.1 Getting Knocked Out
Hobbes 5.1.3 and 5.1.4
PITCH (Field) SIZE
We will be playing with a pitch that is 3/4 the size of the standard pitch size. The dimensions of a three-quarters sized pitch are as follows: