Monday- Field Science 'Aina
and Tuesday- Field Science Kai
Impact of Marine Debris- field collection and analysis by type using Ocean Conservancy protocol.
See column at right for homework
APPLIED MATH Monday and Tuesday
Complete "Evaluation Questions" on page three of the Hearts Probability packet.
Due Wednesday in Science
Search for Critical Questions
Guest Speaker- Real Live Chemists!
Complete "Elements, Compunds and Mixtures" handout with poem.The following video will further review elements and compounds: http://bcove.me/h13z5gky
"An Elemental Question"
Homework"Melting Points and Densities of the Elements (handout)"- color code the elements to discover how melting point can support an organization system of the elements.
PLEASE SAVE AND BRING IN A REGULAR SIZED CEREAL BOX BY NEXT WEEK THURSDAY< ONE PER STUDENT
Chemical elements and molecular strusture interactive
View complete layout of Periodic Table. Search each element for details, shows orbitals, common compounds formed
http://www.ptable.com/Click on any of the elements in the table for photos, where the elemnts are found and lots of interesting information. DO NOT surf outside of the table and the elements on the site DURING CLASS TIME (you can explore other site features on your own time)
Science Friday Virtual
No Science Friday Virtual or Notebook Check this week- Happy Valentine's Day!
Field Science Homework:
Kitchen Trash Home Recycling Compost Bin
So many different items compose what we call "trash." See the photo above for an example.
In your Science Notes, define these terms:
Use the rubbish bins that you have at home. Examine the contents- (you DO NOT have to empty out the trash unless you want to), just note what you can see from the surface. Create a table showing what is biodegradable, what can be recycled, which items are organic.
If you are unsure which column to place an item into, list it outside the table under "unknown". What resources could you use to find out how to classify items?
How Do Scientist Work together to Solve Problems????