6C Paddling Trip on Tuesday this week!!
Warm Up: How do we measure Matter? collect picture vocabulary/ pass back papers
Finish Posters: 15 minutes. Self Evaluation as Group Member
Begin "Boat Challenge" - Solutions Briefing Presentations
HW: Come prepared for paddling tomorrow morning.
Tuesday Paddling for 6C: Please wear swim suit under your school shirts. Bring dry shirt, sunscreen, hat, water bottle and snack.
Warm Up: What makes up Matter?
Matter ppt Slides 1-19/Properties of Water 2
Draw Water Molecule
Teach students how to upload Science Warm Up Questions
Warm Up: What are the 5 steps 6th grade students scientists be using to solve problems?
Back to the Big Questions... Review Process: Ask Questions, Pursue Answers, Share Answers, Make Meaning, Apply Meaning
Jeopardy - Review of the Boat Challenge Unit
HW: Study for Quiz Tomorrow: Vocabulary, Notes and Videos: Buoyance and Density - What makes something float & Archemedies 1 & 2 Show Archimedes Video link1 and Archimedes video link#2
Warm Up: If the mass of an object is 60 kg and the volume of the object is 10 cm^3, what is the density of the object? Study Vocabulary
* Read quietly until the end of the period.
Review Classroom Rules
Warm Up: Pass out new WU page. What do you think is the scientific principle on how a boat is designed to carry a load and float in the water?
InClass: Students Prepare for Solution Briefing- 5, & present to one another 10 min. Read section 1.3 The Science of Boat Design. Students will learn about matter, density and buoyant force, giving them the science knowledge needed to build a better boat. Show matter ppt 1-18. Discuss questions on pg 22
Warm Up: Density = Mass/Volume If mass is constant and volume decreases, what happens to the density of the object? Make Vocab Cards for density, volume, bouyancy and matther.
Collect & share Pictures that represent Density, Volume, Bouyancy, Matter
Buoyance and Density - What makes something float
Show Archimedes Video link1 Archimedes video link#2
Finish reading 1.3 / Show matter pptx
Homework: Draw objects from your daily life and show how you measure or understand matter, volume, density, gravity, bouyancy?
Warm Up - BrainPop ... Bouyancy and Gravity TBA ...Apply our learning... Gravity/water
Bouyant force is the upward push that keeps objects floating in fluid.
Begin Solution Briefing Poster.... Solution Briefing Poster Template -
Read 1.4 Build a Better Boat II (See Below)
Have students Prepare for Solution Briefing Presentations
HW: Complete Boat Records 1 & 2 & Questions. Have these ready to turn in on Friday.
Collect Boat Records. 1 & 2 plus questions
Warm - Up: TBA ...Apply What we know about buoyant force
Solution Briefing Poster Template - Complete Posters & Begin Presentations:
Students will take notes using Solution Briefing Record Sheet and Ask Questions
Grade Solution Briefing Notes....
Finish any last Solution Briefing Presentations
Review for Science Test - Jeopardy
Homework: Reflection Questions at the end of 1.4
Build A Boat Challenge - Learning Set 1
Monday: MONDAY: Introduce the big Question..."How do scientist work together to solve problems?"
Homework: Integrate the Scientific Method into the PBIS 5 steps (How do Scientist Work).
Tuesday:TUESDAY: Continue with the Big Question ....Students determine Criteria and constraints of the Learning Set, Design a boat, and build it. The class collaborates, discussing each group’s design and compiling a class list of criteria and constraints?
Identify Criteria & Constraints
Thursday: THURSDAY: Continue with Build a boat Challenge
Warm Up: Review Criteria & Constraints - Complete Vocabulary
Optimize design solutions...
What do you think is the scientific principle on how the boat is designed to carry a load and float in the water?
Monday: Continue with Build a Boat Challenge
Students read section 1.3 The Science of Boat Design. Students will learn about matter, density and buoyant force, giving them the science knowledge needed to build a better boat.
Next WeeK...Students Design and test another boat. This time, faced with new criterion, that the boat carry 8 keys... 1.4
Getting to Know YOu
Warm Up... Unscramble Science words
Activity: Scavenger Hunt
InClass: Create Rubric for group work...
Task: In 15 minutes create the highest tower that will hold a tennis ball....
Supplies... Tape, 20 Index Cards, Scissors, 5 paper clips
HW: Bring Supplies for science binders tomorrow: Binder, Tabs, Colors, lined paper, 2 clear plastic sheets
Put together Science Binders today! Follow Rubric for binders
How Do Scientist Work together to Solve Problems????