Field Science 'Aina- Estimating Populations using line transects and quadrats
Applied Math Kai- Cornell Notes and Measurement Conversion Chart
Visit http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary OR http://www.thesciencedictionary.com/
On your field science notes from today, go to Question #4. Define bias, randomize, error (Note, be sure to choose the definition that fits our field study)
Don't Forget- put your field observation notes entitled "Estimating Populations" in your Science Inquiry Notebook and create a new heading and table of contents entry to indicate where this is in your notebook.
Kai: (Applied Math) See link and instructions below 10/15 Science homework entry
Tuesday, October 22
Field Science Kai
Maui Nui Botanical Garden- 'Aina
Applied Math 'Aina- Cornell Notes and Measurement Conversion Chart
Complete the sheets form Maui Nui trip:
Botanical Garden Knowledge Inventory and Na Mea Kanu Hawai'i
Wednesday, October 23
Wind Energy Solutions
Complete Classwork, "Hawaii Wind Energy Analysis Worksheet" with updated information on number of turbines and power generating capacity for Auwahi and Kaheawa wind projects on Maui.
ADD Auwahi Wind Farm to the map on the handout from classwork
Note, if you use any resources other than the following, please list on bottom of page.
Auwahi: http://www.semprausgp.com/energy-solutions/wind-auwahi-wind.htmlKaheawa: http://www.firstwind.com/projects/kaheawa-wind-I
Complete Pre-Assessment: Classroom Energy Audit.
NOTE: This is a Pre- Assessment. Do not use any additional resources or get help from anyone. Answer the questions to the best of your ability, even if your knowledge and/or understanding is incomplete. Due Thursday
Science Friday Virtual Work (Due Friday, October 25)
See details below "Science Friday Virtual Assignment for 10/25/13"
Thursday, October 24
1. Science Friday- turn in your Science Inquiry Notebook TOMORROW for notebook check (see Science homepage for evaluation criteria)
2. Science Friday Virtual Assignment, see details below.
Maui Nui BOtanical GArden FolLow Up Work
Science Friday Virtual Assignment for 10/25/13
You may use mapping, outline, charting or another note taking method. Your main sections should include the bold headings from the article (The Wind Has Always Been at Our Back, Wind Energy in Hawaii, DOE Wind Program) as well as the key supporting information from each section that is essential for understanding the topic.
Finally, end with a discussion question based on the information from the article that explores some aspect of wind energy or clean energy for Hawaii that you are wondering about.
Due Friday, October 25 before pool or garden activities.
Follow the link to http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/measurement/MeasurementMeters.htm
Do the metric unit conversion game for the full time allocated. Record the level you achieved and your final score in your student planner for today's date.