Bart's Place



Welcome to Mr. Bartleson's Rm. 519A

7th Grade Health and 8th Grade IntegratedSCIENCE 

Class AGENDA PAGE

SPRING 2020

             View your students grades at "Schoology Grades" on the Dana Website: danams.net
            

** For helpful information regarding some class policies such as turning in work, late work, extra credit, and how to contact me, please click on "Class Reminders" in the sidebar to the left. 

All classwork, assignments, web links, and student-teacher correspondence is accessed through the dana website: danams.net

If you need to contact me, please email me at  gsb0755@danams.net 

Students need to have an LAUSD google account and join their assigned class in Google Classroom - See Mr. Bartleson

For access to grades:


1.  Log in:     https://mylogin.lausd.net
2.  Select "Student" as your role".
3.  Click the Activate your account or reset your password link.
4.  Read the Acceptable Use Policy.  Agree to the terms and click Accept.
5.  Enter the required information (LAUSD student ID and pin number)
6.  Reset your password.  
7.  Finally, from the danams homepage click "Schoology Grades".
8.  Welcome!!!!



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Wednesday, March 25 

Per. 1, 2, 5 



Hello guys! Hope you are all well.  Please note the two new entries for assignments I've posted on Schoology titled, "Various School Closure Work" and "KLCS..."

Please do your best to work on these and submit through Google Classroom. 

I'd like to set up a Zoom conference next week with everyone (each class separately) just to touch base and explain the work and answer any questions, but for now please do the following by this Friday:

Send me an email at gsb0755@lausd.net

In the subject window, just type your full name and "I'm ok" or "Got it"

Thanks!

Mr. Bartleson


!! Please also note: I will begin transitioning to the use of Schoology for communication, notification of assignments, and other things starting next week. I will not be using "Bart's Place" after this.  Please try to become more familiar with its use. You need to click on "Updates" on the left column to see my posts. You may respond to it if needed. As always, you can email me at:

gsb0755@lausd.net.

Stay safe and healthy!

Mr. Bartleson



Per. 3, 4 


Hello guys! Hope you are all well.  Please note the two new entries for assignments I've posted on Schoology titled, "Various School Closure Work" and "KLCS..."

Please do your best to work on these and submit through Google Classroom. 

I'd like to set up a Zoom conference next week with everyone (each class separately) just to touch base and explain the work and answer any questions, but for now please do the following by this Friday:

Send me an email at gsb0755@lausd.net

In the subject window, just type your full name and "I'm ok" or "Got it"

Thanks!

Mr. Bartleson

!! Please also note: I will begin transitioning to the use of Schoology for communication, notification of assignments, and other things starting next week. I will not be using "Bart's Place" after this.  Please try to become more familiar with its use. You need to click on "Updates" on the left column to see my posts. You may respond to it if needed. As always, you can email me at:

gsb0755@lausd.net.

Stay safe and healthy!

Mr. Bartleson


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Tuesday, March 24 

Per. 1, 2, 5 


Parents and Students: The District recommended viewing time per week is as follows:

Grades TK-K: 1 hour daily 

Grades 1-3rd: 2 hours daily 

Grades 4-5th: 3 hours daily 

Grades 6-12th: 4 hours weekly per content area


KLCS link:

http://klcs.org/educational-continuity-programming/



Per. 3, 4 

Parents and Students: The District recommended viewing time per week is as follows:

Grades TK-K: 1 hour daily 

Grades 1-3rd: 2 hours daily 

Grades 4-5th: 3 hours daily 

Grades 6-12th: 4 hours weekly per content area


KLCS link:

http://klcs.org/educational-continuity-programming/



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Monday, March 23 

Per. 1, 2, 5 


Students please refer to the packet you were given in period one (it is also as a link on the Dana Website on the right-hand side titled, "Student Instructional Plan: School Closure"). There are instructional materials you can use to keep focused on your science studies during the required school closure.  You should plan to work on one assignment per day using whichever of the eight suggested assignment options you choose.

For example: If you choose to do a Reading Log (option #1), Plot diagram (option #2), or Research write-up (option #5) your content will be science related appropriate for our course and from your Science book at home: Our Solar System (pgs.458 -539)

Finally, if you choose you may work on your individual Google Slide part of the culminating planet assignment that I handed out today. It is posted on google classroom.

Students: You may either hold on to any hardcopies or handwritten answers, observations,

reaction papers, etc and place them in a folder to be submitted at a later time for credit OR you 

may send scanned images, word docs or google docs to me to my email address:

gsb0755@lausd.net.


Don't hesitate to email me at this address as well should you have any questions or concerns 

about any work you are attempting to do.  Stay safe, be a big help to your parents and keep 

washing those hands!! :-)


For this week (3/23 - 3/27) students, you can go onto KLCS Channel 58.1 from 8am – 9am 

OR 12pm – 1pm (your choice) and work on the following assignment for credit: 


There are a number of hour long NOVA science programs you can watch and report

on (2-3 paragraph summary of program, and 3 aspects of the program you found 

most interesting and why).

Please copy and paste the schedule I have linked below to see when to watch. 8th graders 

can watch Mon, Tues, and Wed; 7th graders can watch Wed, Thurs, and Fri.

Please use Google Classroom to create a Google Doc with your observations and

thoughts for the entire week of watching. BE SURE TO TURN IN ONE DOC PER 

WEEK.

Please email me with any questions @ gsb0755@lausd.net


KLCS link:

http://klcs.org/educational-continuity-programming/



Per. 3, 4 

Journal: What is the primary purpose of the circulatory system?  Name the components (parts) that make up this system.  How does oxygen (good) make it to our cells and how does carbon dioxide (bad) make it out?

Classwork:

1) Finish video "A Trip Through the Circulatory System" followed by the Journal questions for today


Homework: 

Students please refer to the packet you were given in period one (it is also as a link on the Dana Website on the right-hand side titled, "Student Instructional Plan: School Closure"). There are instructional materials you can use to keep focused on your science studies during the required school closure.  You should plan to work on one assignment per day using whichever of the eight suggested assignment options you choose.

For example: If you choose to do a Reading Log (option #1), Plot diagram (option #2), or Research write-up (option #5) your content will be science related appropriate for our course and from your health book at home: (Health - The Circulatory System pg. 64;  The Respiratory System pg. 278, or The Digestive and Excretory System pg. 102)

Students: You may either hold on to any hardcopies or handwritten answers, observations,

reaction papers, etc and place them in a folder to be submitted at a later time for credit OR you 

may send scanned images, word docs or google docs to me to my email address:

gsb0755@lausd.net.


Don't hesitate to email me at this address as well should you have any questions or concerns 

about any work you are attempting to do.  Stay safe, be a big help to your parents and keep 

washing those hands!! :-)


For this week (3/23 - 3/27) students, you can go onto KLCS Channel 58.1 from 8am – 9am 

OR 12pm – 1pm (your choice) and work on the following assignment for credit: 


There are a number of hour long NOVA science programs you can watch and report

on (2-3 paragraph summary of program, and 3 aspects of the program you found 

most interesting and why).

Please copy and paste the schedule I have linked below to see when to watch.  8th graders 

can watch Mon, Tues, and Wed; 7th graders can watch Wed, Thurs, and Fri.

Please use Google Classroom to create a Google Doc with your observations and

thoughts for the entire week of watching. BE SURE TO TURN IN ONE DOC PER 

WEEK.

Please email me with any questions @ gsb0755@lausd.net


KLCS link:

http://klcs.org/educational-continuity-programming/



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Friday, March 13 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Finish "New Space Adventures: Mars" video and work on partnered discussion questions (Turn in when done)



Homework: 

Students please refer to the packet you were given in period one (it is also as a link on the Dana Website on the right-hand side titled, "Student Instructional Plan: School Closure"). There are instructional materials you can use to keep focused on your science studies during the required school closure.  You should plan to work on one assignment per day using whichever of the eight suggested assignment options you choose.

For example: If you choose to do a Reading Log (option #1), Plot diagram (option #2), or Research write-up (option #5) your content will be science related appropriate for our course and from your Science book at home: Our Solar System (pgs.458 -539)

Finally, if you choose you may work on your individual Google Slide part of the culminating planet assignment that I handed out today. It is posted on google classroom.

Students: You may either hold on to any hardcopies or handwritten answers, observations,

reaction papers, etc and place them in a folder to be submitted at a later time for credit OR you 

may send scanned images, word docs or google docs to me to my email address:

gsb0755@lausd.net.


Don't hesitate to email me at this address as well should you have any questions or concerns 

about any work you are attempting to do.  Stay safe, be a big help to your parents and keep 

washing those hands!! :-)



Per. 3, 4 

Journal: What is the primary purpose of the circulatory system?  Name the components (parts) that make up this system.  How does oxygen (good) make it to our cells and how does carbon dioxide (bad) make it out?

Classwork:

1) Finish video "A Trip Through the Circulatory System" followed by the Journal questions for today


Homework: 

Students please refer to the packet you were given in period one (it is also as a link on the Dana Website on the right-hand side titled, "Student Instructional Plan: School Closure"). There are instructional materials you can use to keep focused on your science studies during the required school closure.  You should plan to work on one assignment per day using whichever of the eight suggested assignment options you choose.

For example: If you choose to do a Reading Log (option #1), Plot diagram (option #2), or Research write-up (option #5) your content will be science related appropriate for our course and from your health book at home: (Health - The Circulatory System pg. 64;  The Respiratory System pg. 278, or The Digestive and Excretory System pg. 102)

Students: You may either hold on to any hardcopies or handwritten answers, observations,

reaction papers, etc and place them in a folder to be submitted at a later time for credit OR you 

may send scanned images, word docs or google docs to me to my email address:

gsb0755@lausd.net.


Don't hesitate to email me at this address as well should you have any questions or concerns 

about any work you are attempting to do.  Stay safe, be a big help to your parents and keep 

washing those hands!! :-)



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Thursday, March 12 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Turn in final draft of magnetism essay

2) Video with discussion questions "New Space Adventures: Mars"



Homework: 



Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Introduction to the Circulatory System: Chapter 3, Lesson 3

    a. Define vocabulary on pg. 64 into your NOTES

    b. Read pgs. 64 - 68

    c. On a separate sheet of paper:

        1. Perform the "Ups and Downs" pg. 66 and record your observations

        2. Answer Lesson 3 review #2-6 on pg. 68 (DUE TODAY)


2) Video "A Trip Through the Circulatory System"


Homework: (none)



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Wednesday, March 11 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Finish Magnetism essay, followed by Peer critique, correction, and clarification



Homework: 



Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Introduction to the Circulatory System: Chapter 3, Lesson 3

    a. Define vocabulary on pg. 64 into your NOTES

    b. Read pgs. 64 - 68

    c. On a separate sheet of paper:

        1. Perform the "Ups and Downs" pg. 66 and record your observations

        2. Answer Lesson 3 review #2-6 on pg. 68 (Finish and turn in)


2) Be sure vocabulary definitions (pg. 59) and Chapter 3, Lesson 2 Review Questions on separate sheet of paper (#1b, 2, 3, 4, and 5 on pg. 63)


3) Brain Pop "Circulatory System" w/quiz

4) Video "A Trip Through the Circulatory System"


Homework: (none)



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Tuesday, March 10 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Finish Magnetism essay, followed by Peer critique, correction, and clarification



Homework: 



Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Introduction to the Circulatory System: Chapter 3, Lesson 3

    a. Define vocabulary on pg. 64 into you NOTES

    b. Read pgs. 64 - 68

    c. On a separate sheet of paper:

        1. Perform the "Ups and Downs" pg. 66 and record your observations

        2. Answer Lesson 3 review #2-6 on pg. 68


Homework: 

Vocabulary definitions and Lesson 2 Review Questions on separate sheet of paper (#1b, 2, 3, 4, and 5 on pg. 63)



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Monday, March 9 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) FinishTask #4 "Invisible Forces" (Evaluate) What is the Solar Wind?

2) Magnetism Essay



Homework: 

Planet Research (Groups) Assignment on Google Classroom due tonight by midnight



Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Quiz #2 on Muscular and Skeletal System


Homework: 

Vocabulary definitions and Lesson 2 Review Questions on separate sheet of paper (#1b, 2, 3, 4, and 5 on pg. 63)



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Friday, March 6 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) International Women's Day

2) Movie



Homework: (none)



Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) International Women's Day


2) Movie


Homework: (none)



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Thursday, March 5 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) FinishTask #4 "Invisible Forces" (Explain section) followed by Magnetism essay.



Homework: 

Planet Research (Groups) Assignment on Google Classroom due tonight by midnight



Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Review Sheet for Quiz #2 tomorrow. Please take home to finish reviewing.


Homework: 

Vocabulary definitions and Chapter 3, Lesson 2 Review Questions on separate sheet of paper (#1b, 2, 3, 4, and 5 on pg. 63)



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Wednesday, March 4 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Start Task #4 "Invisible Forces" (Explore and Explain sections)



Homework: 

Planet Research (Groups) Assignment on Google Classroom due this Thursday by midnight



Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) "Family Feud" Game as review for Quiz #2 Skeletal and Muscular System this Friday


Homework: 

Vocabulary definitions and Lesson 2 Review Questions on separate sheet of paper (#1b, 2, 3, 4, and 5 on pg. 63)



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Tuesday, March 3 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) "The Search For Life in Space" Video. Students write 10 facts regarding the search for life in our Solar System and beyond. Due at end of video.

2) Start Task #4 "Invisible Forces" (Engage and Explore sections)



Homework: 

Planet Research (Groups) Assignment on Google Classroom due this Thursday by midnight



Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Finish vocabulary definitions and Lesson 2 Review Questions on separate sheet of paper (#1b, 2, 3, 4, and 5 on pg. 63) Homework if not finished. Due tomorrow.


Homework: 

Vocabulary definitions and Lesson 2 Review Questions on separate sheet of paper (#1b, 2, 3, 4, and 5 on pg. 63)



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Monday, March 2 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: How do you suppose the force of gravitational pull from the Sun and planets will affect the route and movement of your space telescope?



Classwork:

1) "The Search For Life in Space" Video. Students write 10 facts regarding the search for life in our Solar System and beyond. Due at end of video.

2) Turn in journals from January and February



Homework: 

Planet Research (Groups) Assignment on Google Classroom due this Wednesday by midnight



Per. 3, 4 

Journal: How do muscles and bones contribute to a healthy life?

Classwork:

1) "Skeletal and Muscular System" video. Students write 10 facts regarding either one or both systems. Due at end of period.

2) Turn in journals from January and February


Homework: (none)



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Friday, February 28 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Planet Research (Groups) Assignment on Google Classroom due next Wednesday by midnight



Homework: (none)


Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Muscular System - Labeling and Notetaking (Worksheet due Monday)


Homework: (none)

- Finish Muscle labeling worksheet 


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Thursday, February 27 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Task #3 "Gravity In The Galaxies" (Reflection section)

2) Finish video "Extreme Planets"

Homework: (none)


Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Muscular System - Labeling and Notetaking


Homework: (none)



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Wednesday, February 26 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Task #3 "Gravity In The Galaxies" (Elaborate and Evaluate sections)


Homework: (none)


Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Finish IAB Testing


Homework: (none)



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Tuesday, February 25 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Quiz #2


Homework: (none)


Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Finish "The Skeletal System" labeling and questions (Due Today)

2) Begin Muscular System - Video/Quiz and Note-taking (Period 4 only)


Homework: (none)



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Monday, February 24 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Group review for Quiz #2 (Due tomorrow before quiz)


Homework: (none)

!! QUIZ #2 Tomorrow "Travelling Through Space" Task #1, 2, and 3

Subjects include: 

a. Explaining phenomenon such as eclipses, shadows, movement of planets and stars, seasons, phases of the moon (Task #1)

b. Names, order, sizes of planets of the Solar System, Scale models, Astronomical Units, How to scale size or distance using conversion ratio (Task #2)

c. Gravity, its effects on planets, and orbits, Mass and its effects on gravity, and orbits, What determines the orbit of a planet?, How to calculate speed of falling objects on planets (Task #3)

Finish Group review for Quiz #2 due Tomorrow


Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) The Skeletal System (video and quiz)

2) Skeletal System labeling and questions


Homework: (none)



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Friday, February 21 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Task #3 "Gravity in the Galaxies" Elaborate section

2) Video "Extreme Planets"


 

Homework: (none)

!! QUIZ #2 NEXT TUESDAY ON "Travelling Through Space" Task #1,2, and 3

Subjects include: 

a. Explaining phenomenon such as eclipses, shadows, movement of planets and stars, seasons, phases of the moon (Task #1)

b. Names, order, sizes of planets of the Solar System, Scale models, Astronomical Units, How to scale size or distance using conversion ratio (Task #2)

c. Gravity, its effects on planets, and orbits, Mass and its effects on gravity, and orbits, What determines the orbit of a planet?, How to calculate speed of falling objects on planets (Task #3)



Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) In Rm. 206 taking the IAB test


Homework: (none)



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Thursday, February 20 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: What is gravity and what are some effects it has on the motion of objects in the Solar System?



Classwork:

1) Task #3 "Gravity in the Galaxies" Explore and Explain sections

2) Video "Extreme Planets"


 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Begin Lesson 2, Chapter 3 "The Skeletal and Muscular Systems" Vocabulary definitions onto separate paper (pg. 59)


Homework: (none)



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Wednesday, February 19 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Task #3 "Gravity in the Galaxies"

Engage and Explore sections


 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) In Rm. 206 taking the IAB test


Homework: 

1) Argumentative essay (3-paragraph) on the importance of Nutrition and Exercise to combat Obesity (DUE tomorrow!)


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Tuesday, February 18 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Task #3 "Gravity in the Galaxies"

Engage section

2) Video "Extreme Planets"

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Brain Pop videos on "Exercise and Obesity" Discussion and Questions

2) Write a 3-paragraph argumentative essay on Why nutrition and exercise is required to combat obesity. (Due Thursday)


Homework: 



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Friday, February 14 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Finish "The Planets and Their Moons" packet w/Standards Check #1-9, 11 on a separate sheet of paper (Due today)

2) Movie


 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) In the Library - Google Classroom Close Read practice "Why losing Kobe Bryant felt like losing a relative or friend"(Due next Tuesday midnight)


Homework: 



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Thursday, February 13 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Task #2 "A solar system model" Elaborate section 

2) "The Planets and Their Moons" packet w/Standards Check #1-9, 11 on a separate sheet of paper (Due at end of period Friday)

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) In the Library - Google Classroom Close Read practice "Why losing Kobe Bryant felt like losing a relative or friend"(Due next Tuesday midnight)


Homework: 



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Wednesday, February 12 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Task #2 "A solar system model" Explain section (Finish)

2) "The Planets and Their Moons" packet w/Standards Check #1-9, 11 on a separate sheet of paper (Due at end of period Thursday)

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Close Read practice "Docs to parents: Limit Kids' texts, tweets online"

2) Summary and citing evidence assignment from source text (Due today)


Homework: 



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Tuesday, February 11 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Task #2 "A solar system model" Explain section (cont.)

2) "The Planets and Their Moons" packet w/Standards Check #1-9, 11 on a separate sheet of paper

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Chapter 3, Lesson 1 "Physical Activity and Health"

    - Define Vocabulary pg. 54 into your lab notebook

    - Lesson 1 Review  pg. 58 #1b, 2 - 5 in lab notebook



2) Continue with Movie


Homework: 



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Monday, February 10 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: What is an astronomical unit (AU)? How is it helpful when it comes to measuring distances?  If a planet is 240,000,000 km away from the Sun, what is its distance in AU?

1 AU = 150,000,000 km



Classwork:

1) Task #2 "A solar system model" Explain section (cont.)

2) Text "The Planets and Their Moons" reading and "Standards Check" questions #1-9, 11 on a separate sheet of paper (Due Thursday)

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: What do you enjoy most about P.E. classes? What is it about them you dislike the most? How do you suppose they could be improved?

Classwork:

1) Class practice "Reading and Writing" pg. 49

2) Chapter 3, Lesson 1 "Physical Activity and Health"

    - Define Vocabulary pg. 54 into your lab notebook



2) Continue with Movie


Homework: 



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Friday, February 7 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Task #2 "A solar system model" Explain section

2) Movie

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1)  Quiz #1 "Taking Responsibility of Your Health"


2) Continue with Movie


Homework: 



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Wednesday, February 5 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Start Task #2 "A Solar System Model" Engage and Explore sections

2) Movie

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1)  In your lab notebooks:

    a. finish answering Lesson 4 Review #1, 2, 4, 6 and 7 from pg. 43

    b. Define the vocabulary on pg. 40


2) Work on Chapter 2 Assessment questions #2-20 (evens only) from pgs. 48-49 in your health textbooks (all answers on a SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER) DUE TOMORROW!


Homework: 



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Tuesday, February 4 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Read the science article, "Is it Possible that Life Exists on Other Planets?" and in your lab notebook, write a one paragraph summary of the article. Then write a paragraph response to the question of the title, providing reasons and evidence for your answer found in the text.

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1)  In your lab notebooks:

    a. finish answering Lesson 4 Review #1, 2, 4, 6 and 7 from pg. 43

    b. Define the vocabulary on pg. 40


2) Work on Chapter 2 Assessment questions #2-20 (evens only) from pgs. 48-49 in your health textbooks (all answers on a SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER)


Homework: 



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Monday, February 3 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Quiz #1 "Our Solar System"

2) Movie

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: List some qualities that you value most in friends and other people. What qualities do you find most unfortunate in others these days?

Classwork:

1)  Chapter 2, Lesson 4 on Character in Action.  "Ethics, Conflict Resolution, and Bullying" Brain Pop Video and discussion questions


Homework: 



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Friday, January 31 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Finish Task #1 "Sun-Moon-Earth" Model "Reflection" section \

2) Make up time to finish Sun-Moon-Earth classwork from 1/24

3) Review for Quiz #1 Monday

4) Movie if time remains

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1)  Finish classwork (Chapter 2 "Taking Responsibility of Your Health" Lessons 1, 2, and 3 Review Questions) into your lab notebook. Due Monday

2) Movie


Homework: 



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Thursday, January 30 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Finish Task #1 "Sun-Moon-Earth" Model "Engage" and "Explore" section (period 5)

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1)  Guest Speaker on HIV/AIDS


Homework: 



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Wednesday, January 29 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Continue with "Explain" and "Elaborate" Turn in Sun-Earth-Moon system video by tonight at:

    gsb0755@lausd.net  

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Sex Education, HIV/AIDS

2) Video and text work (Video and text dependent questions classwork)

   Due at the end of class


Homework: (none)



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Tuesday, January 28 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Finish Task #1 "Sun-Moon-Earth" Model Explore section (period 5)

2) Begin "Explain" in groups. Make a physical model of the Sun-Earth-Moon system and video

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: What would you say is the argument made by the short video, "The Choice"?

Classwork:

1) Watch the short video, "The Choice" followed by journal

2) "Your Character in Action" Read pgs. 40-43

    - Define Vocabulary on pg. 40

    - Answer "Lesson 4 Review" #1, 2, 4, and 7 (pg. 43)


Homework: 

1) Introduce Blue Zones - "Create a Plan" assignment on Google Classroom (Due Wednesday by midnight)



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Monday, January 27 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: Based on what you've learned, how can you explain the motion of the stars, moon, and Sun across the sky from East to West?



Classwork:

1) Finish Task #1 "Sun-Moon-Earth" Model Explore section

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: What are some of the most difficult right and wrong decisions you often are faced with?

Classwork:

1) Introduce Blue Zones - "Create a Plan" assignment on Google Classroom (Due Wednesday by midnight)

2) "Setting Personal Health Goals" Read pgs. 36-39 and answer Lesson Review #1-5 on pg. 39 IN YOUR LAB NOTEBOOK


Homework: (none)


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Friday, January 24 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Reading (pgs. 472-476) on "Sun-Earth-Moon System"

    IN YOUR LAB NOTEBOOK:

    a. Definitions pg. 472

    b. Combine the terms into one sentence

    c. Standards Check #1-8 pg. 476

    d. Venn Diagram (Lunar vs. Solar Eclipses)


 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Reading on "Making Responsible Decisions" pgs. 31-34

2) IN YOUR LAB NOTEBOOK:

     - Answer "Quck Write" pg. 31

     - Define the vocabulary on pg. 31

      - Design a "Decision-Making-Process" using the 6 steps on pg. 34

    (see Mr. Bartleson for suggestions if you can't think of any)



- Make up a scenario where you would use the "Decision-Making-Process" following the 6-steps on pg. 34. (See Mr. Bartleson for ideas if needed)

Homework: (none)



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Thursday, January 23 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Finish the Video: The World According to Jeff Goldblum and turn in the answers to the video questions 

2) Continue with Task #1: "A Sun-Earth-Moon Model" Explore portion

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Materials and Organization Check (10 pts.)


Homework: (none)


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Wednesday, January 22 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Materials and Organization Check (10 pts.)

2) Video: The World According to Jeff Goldblum w/questions

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) In Media Center working on Google Classroom Assignment "Blue Zones"


Homework: (none)


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Tuesday, January 21 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Task #1: "A Sun-Earth-Moon Model" Explore portion

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Group Health Triangle Poster - DUE TODAY

2) Read pgs. 26-30 Chapter 2 "Taking Responsibility for Our Health"

3) Begin answering Lesson 1 Review (pg. 30) 


Homework: 

Lesson 1 Review (pg. 30) Due TOMORROW


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Friday, January 17 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Task #1: "A Sun-Earth-Moon Model"

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Finish Group Health Triangle Poster (DUE NEXT TUESDAY)

2) Read pgs. 26-30 Chapter 2 "Taking Responsibility for Our Health"

3) Begin answering Lesson 1 Review (pg. 30) (DUE END OF CLASS TUESDAY)


Homework: (None)



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Thursday, January 16 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Lift-Off Task: "Our Solar System" Finish

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Continue working on Group Assignment "Health Triangle" Poster


Homework: (none)



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Wednesday, January 15 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: After watching both videos, what would questions do you think astronomy seeks to answer? What surprised you in these videos?



Classwork:

1) Lift-Off Task: "Our Solar System"

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: How is the study of health important to you personally? Describe a couple activities that are important for you to engage in and in what area of your health does it belong (physical, mental/emotional or social health)?

Classwork:

1) What is this thing called "Health"? (Introductory Video and start Group Assignment "Health Triangle" Poster


Homework: (Due Tomorrow)

1) Using the list of activities you came up with on your own for each of the three areas of Health from the Health Triangle, cut out, print, or draw images that represent these activities. Bring them to school tomorrow so that you can share with your group and add them to to a "Health Triangle" Poster you will make as a group.



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Tuesday, January 14 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: What is the goal or purpose of the study of astronomy?



Classwork:

1) Review Materials and Organization Check for next Wednesday

2) Finish Game: “Guestures”

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Review Materials and Organization Check for next Wednesday

2) Finish Game: “Guestures”


Homework: (none)



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Monday, January 13 

Per. 1, 2, 5 

Journal: (none)



Classwork:

1) Seating Arrangements

2) Go over Got to Knows

3) Review Class Syllabus (mostly rules, late work, materials, subjects of study)

4) Game: “Guestures”

 

Homework: (none)




Per. 3, 4 

Journal: (none)

Classwork:

1) Seating Arrangements

2) Go over Got to Knows

3) Review Class Syllabus (mostly rules, late work, materials, subjects of study)

4) Game: “Guestures”


Homework: (none)



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