Reminder: Go to power school and complete missing/late assignments for partial credit; use assignment drop box for all missing work - Make sure all assignments have your name, class, date and title; EXTRA CREDIT if all warm up by end of week are also submitted through drop box!
MONDAY: LS2: Lava Flow Challenge: Modeling Lava Flow: Start your modeling experiment
Warm up: Worksheet Questions? Pass out warm up Questions
LS2.0: Lava Challenge
LS2.1: Understand Criteria and Constraints
LS2.2: Modeling Lava Flow 1
Organize LS2 in Notebook with Table of Contents
Read pg 32 & 33
Come up with procedures, set up procedures and collect data
* 15 minutes of testing
* 5 - 10 trials
Lava data flow sheet
Homework: Complete vocabulary cards for Volcano, Pipe of Volcano, Magma, Rock, & Vent, Model, Simulation?
TUESDAY:LS2: Lava Challenge: Analyze and communicate your data
Warm up: How do you collect good data from modeling??
Collect Data on Lava Data Flow Sheet
LS2.3: Getting to a better procedure
Homework: Add to vocabulary cards: Volcano, Vent, Rock, Model,Simulation, Model,repeatable, replicate, soil, trial, precision go to xword puzzle maker and make a xword puzzle with words. b
plus answer the questions below.
Thursday: LS2: develop standardized procedure help (repetition, precision, variation)
Warm up: What are the various types of error in your data collection from the first experiment
LS2.4: Lava flow modeling 2
Homework: Add to Vocabulary: standardized, range, variation, viscousCan you identify few standard procedures we follow at KCS and the benefits?
Friday: Run experiment with new procedure
Warm up: use the time to get aligned with your group to run same procedure as others
Homework: plot all the groups data into a single line chart with different symbols for each group; what is the variation, range from this experiment; extra credit if you can plot on google sheet and use drop box!
OCTober 3rd - October 7th
WEDNESDAY: More to learn on lava
What are the types of matter found in lava? name at least two types of matter-
Wednesday: Read pg 39 -42 Lava, what are the three different types of volcano's: Cones, Shield & Composite aka Strato
Create Volcano Diagram
WARM-UP: write down the definition for these vocab words: basaltic; A'a;Pahoehoe;Andesite; Dacite;Rhyolite
rocks and minerals
What are rocks called formed from Magma? Learn different types of volcanic rocks.
Bill NYE The Science Guy Explains Volcanos
Home work: research on what is a volcano and what makes it erupt
Fri: Reflect on this quarter
Warm up: whats the best part of this quarter in science
Homework: none! Have a great holiday!
Objective: Students will identify fresh water sources as either surface or under ground .
Complete Water Concept Maps using vocabulary terms and match definitions.
Identify 3 types of wetlands and why they are important.
Prepare for WaterCycle Quiz
Homework: Study Water Cycle Diagram,Notes and Water Concept Map
Finish Notes & Water Concept Maps
Review for quiz- Take Quiz
Write Thank You Notes...
THURSDAY: Begin Learning Set 2 - Lava Flow
Mrs Provance's science class will Go on Field Trip on Friday - Canoe Paddling Excursion
Note: Please make sure all release/waiver forms for field trip are turned in by Tuesday 9/13.
Starting this week students will begin to use the ASSIGNMENT DROPBOX for all home work (Remember to include DATE and TITLE on every assignment; extra credit if all warm ups are typed up at the end of week and submitted through ASSIGNMENT DROPBOX as Science Weekly Warm Ups Week of SEPT 12-16th.
MONDAY: Water Cycle: Properties of water continued...
Grade Water Cycle Diagrams
Warm up: After condensation, the droplets of water in the clouds fall to in different forms?
A. Precipitation B. Condensation C. Evaporation
List all the forms that "water droplets in the clouds" (answer to question #1) can fall to the earth?
IN CLASS: Water Properties Part 3 Continued
Review how to post homework and projects in the assignment drop box
Homework: Practice assignment drop box by writing 5 ways we use water in our life.
TUESDAY: Guest Speaker Today!
Warm up - Complete as Homework #2 today: How is specific heat essential to life? This is due in my Dropbox by THURSDAY morning before school.
Guest presentation - Mrs Maile Getzen will discuss the History of paddling in Hawaii, her children's book, Gift from the Forest, and how paddling can be a metaphor for the classroom. She will discuss team building and answer any questions you may have about our field trip.
Homework#1: You are a water droplet going through the water cycle. Where do you go? What process do you go though? Tell your story. Include at least 3 phases of water cycle. This is due in my Assignment DROPBOX before school on Thursday 8-15
WEDNESDAY: No SCIENCE
THURSDAY: Warm Up: What did you learn from our Guest Speaker on Tuesday?
Water Cycle: Properties of water continued...
Finish Properties of water Part 3
Water Cycle... What has been switched?
QUIZ at the end of the period
Review: What is needed for field trip? Vans will leave the school at 7:55 am
Homework: What is surface tension and what does it look like?
FRIDAY: Field Trip to North Kihei - Paddle Excursion
No homework over the weekend. Extra Credit given for anyone that types up all the warm - ups and sends them to me via the ASSIGNMENT DROPBOX.
Warm Up: What is the water cycle?
Pass back the test: Go through TEST with students. Students that did not master test will have an opportunity to analyze errors and make corrects to get to mastery. Take HOME & Return for additional points.
Introduction to the Water Cycle Activity:
Interactive Notes: EARTH: The Water Planet- Question... Where are fresh water and salt water found on Earth? Fill in the correct words and highlight vocabulary words on note page. Have students make the Water Cycle diagram with vocabulary windows.
Homework: Complete Water Cycle Vocabulary Sheet by Thursday.
THURSDAY: Warm Up -Work on Water Cycle Diagram
Go over Test. Return Tests tomorrow by correcting error and defining terms.
In Class: Work on water cycle diagram. Grade Vocabulary & water cycle vocabulary.
Homework: Make Test Corrections if needed.
Friday: Warm Up: Water Cycle Questions- Grade Water Cycle Diagram
Pass Out Current Events Graphic Organizer Template-Have students follow procedures using graphic organizers to describe a current event in science. Students will be expected to use graphic organizer complete current event in science. - Discuss & Explain Drop Box to turn in current event articles.
Begin Water Properties: Part 3 Interactive Video on properties of water and the water cycle.
Teacher guided notes.
HOMEWORK: Research a current event in the area of Science. Use template handed out in class to summarize the event. A current events artlcle summary will be due every other week. Please use the dropbox above to turn in your article summary. Be prepared to share summary with the class. Due Sept 23rd
Next Week: Warm Up - Unscramble Words or Crossword Puzzle
Go over current events in Science: Have students follow procedures using graphic organizers to describe a current event in science. Students will be expected to use graphic organizer complete current event in science.
Continue with Interactive video on Water Properties - Part 3
Research on how specific heat is essential for life on earth.
Tuesday: Warm Up: Water Cycle Quiz
How Do Scientist Work together to Solve Problems????