"Bart's Place"

Welcome to Mr. Bartleson's

8th Grade Physical SCIENCE Class AGENDA PAGE

FALL 2016

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If you need to contact me, please email me at  gsb0755@danams.net or leave a voice message at the school extension 1406

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

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This week we are going through "Speed" (Chapter 1 pg. 58 in the text)

Friday, December 9, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  A car travels 350 km from 1:30pm to 4:00pm.  What was its average speed?


Classwork:


1) Lab, "Practice Speed Lab with Marble"






Homework (none)



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This week we are going through "Speed" (Chapter 1 pg. 58 in the text)

Friday, December 9, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  A car travels 350 km from 1:30pm to 4:00pm.  What was its average speed?



Classwork:


1) Lab, "Practice Speed Lab with Marble"


Homework (none)



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This week we are going through "Speed" (Chapter 1 pg. 58 in the text)

Thursday, December 8, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  What are the three vectors discussed in class?  What makes them vectors?


Classwork:


1) Practice calculating average speed problems






Homework (none)



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This week we are going through "Speed" (Chapter 1 pg. 58 in the text)

Thursday, December 8, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  What are the three vectors discussed in class?  What makes them vectors?



Classwork:


1) Practice calculating average speed problems

2) Practice Lab: Calculating the Speed of a Marble using yesterdays procedures written for homework. 



Homework (none)



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This week we are going through "Speed" (Chapter 1 pgs. 56-58 in the text)

Wednesday, December 7, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  A football is thrown 65 meters distance in only 4.4 seconds.  What is its average speed?


Classwork:


1) Read about acceleration in Chapter 1, Lesson 2 in the text.  Define "acceleration" into your notes.

2) Begin working on Motion Packet in class.




Homework (none)



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This week we are going through "Speed" (Chapter 1 pgs. 56-58 in the text)

Wednesday, December 7, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  A football is thrown 65 meters distance in only 4.4 seconds.  What is its average speed?



Classwork:


1) Read about acceleration in Chapter 1, Lesson 2 in the text.  Define "acceleration" into your notes.

2) Begin working on Motion Packet in class.



Homework DUE TOMORROW: On a separate sheet of paper, come up with no less than 10 procedures (steps) for figuring out how to set up an experiment that allows you to find the average speed of a marble rolling off a ramp (ruler).

The materials we will use include:

1. 1 ruler
2. 1 textbook
3. 1 steel marble
4. 1 meter stick
5. 2 timers
6. tape



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This week we are going through "Speed" (Chapter 1 pgs. 56-58 in the text)

Tuesday, December 6, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Explain how "speed" is a type of rate measurement.  Differentiate constant speed from instantaneous speed.


Classwork:


1Reading, discussion, and notes on "Velocity"

2) Practice calculating average speed of moving objects.




Homework (none)



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This week we are going through "Speed" (Chapter 1 pgs. 56-58 in the text)

Tuesday, December 6, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Explain how "speed" is a type of rate measurement.  Differentiate constant speed from instantaneous speed.


Classwork:


1Reading, discussion, and notes on "Velocity"

2) Practice calculating average speed of moving objects.



Homework (none)



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This week we are going through "Speed" (Chapter 1 pgs. 56-58 in the text)

Monday, December 5, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Determine both the distance traveled and the displacement of the object at "E" (see Mr. Bartleson for the illustration)


Classwork:


1Reading, discussion, and notes on "Speed"





Homework Answer Standards Check #1-7, pg. 54  DUE TOMORROW



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This week we are going through "Speed" (Chapter 1 pgs. 56-58 in the text)

Monday, December 5, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Determine both the distance traveled and the displacement of the object at "C" (see Mr. Bartleson for the illustration)


Classwork:


1Reading, discussion, and notes on "Speed"




Homework Answer Standards Check #1-7, pg. 54  DUE TOMORROW



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This week we are going through "Motion-Determining Position" (Chapter 1 pgs. 48-52 in the text)

Friday, December 2, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Describe a vector.   (Periods 1 and 4 only)
16 mi East of Starbucks
Identify all three parts of "location" in this.  

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Period 6 only

Determine what part of location is missing:

A. Drive 36km Northwest to my home

B. From Gaffey and 1st St., walk 3 blocks to the soccer field

C. Walk South f rom the stop sign to find my car. 

Classwork:


1Introduction to Physics-Motion by Discussing what motion is and how we know if something is moving.

2) Notes and discussion on "Reference Point" and "Vector"





Homework Answer Standards Check #1-7, pg. 54  DUE TUESDAY NEXT WEEK



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This week we are going through "Motion-Determining Position" (Chapter 1 pgs. 48-52 in the text)

Friday, December 2, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Describe a vector.  

16 mi East of Starbucks
Identify all three parts of "location" in this.


Classwork:


1Notes and discussion on "Reference Point" and "Vector"

2) Practice finding location on a graph.



Homework Answer Standards Check #1-7, pg. 54  DUE TUESDAY NEXT WEEK (periods 1 and 4 only)



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This week we are going through "Motion-Determining Position" (Chapter 1 pgs. 48-52 in the text)

Thursday, December 1, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Determine what part of location is missing:

A. Drive 36km Northwest to my home

B. From Gaffey and 1st St., walk 3 blocks to the soccer field

C. Walk South f rom the stop sign to find my car.

 

Classwork:


1Introduction to Physics-Motion by Discussing what motion is and how we know if something is moving.

2) Notes and discussion on "Reference Point" and "Vector"





Homework (none)



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This week we are going through "Motion-Determining Position" (Chapter 1 pgs. 48-52 in the text)

Thursday, December 2, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)



Classwork:


1Notes and discussion on "Reference Point" and "Vector"

2) Practice finding location on a graph.



Homework (none)



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This week we are going through "Motion-Determining Position" (Chapter 1 pgs. 48-52 in the text)

Wednesday, November 30, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  What does it mean for something to "move"?  How do you know if something is moving? (Periods 1 and 4 only)

 

Classwork:


1Introduction to Physics-Motion by Discussing what motion is and how we know if something is moving.

2) Notes and discussion on "Reference Point" and "Vector"





Homework (none)



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This week we are going through "Motion-Determining Position" (Chapter 1 pgs. 48-52 in the text)

Wednesday, November 30, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)



Classwork:


1Notes and discussion on "Reference Point" and "Vector"

2) Practice finding location on a graph.



Homework (none)



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Tuesday, November 29, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 

Classwork:


1) Movie, "Red Planet"





Homework (none)



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This week we are going through "Motion-Determining Position" (Chapter 1 pgs. 48-52 in the text)

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  What does it mean for something to "move"?  How do you know if something is moving?

 


Classwork:


1) Finish Movie, "Red Planet"

2) Introduction to Physics-Motion by Discussing what motion is and how we know if something is moving.



Homework (none)



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Monday, November 28, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 

Classwork:


1Design an Alien project presentations (Finish)

2) Movie, "Red Planet"





Homework (none)



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Monday, November 28, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)

 


Classwork:


1Design an Alien project presentations (Finish)

2) Movie, "Red Planet"



Homework (none)



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Thursday and Friday, November 17 and 18, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 

Classwork:


1Design an Alien project presentations





Homework (none)



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Thursday and Friday, November 17 and 18, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)

 


Classwork:


1Design an Alien project presentations



Homework (none)



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Wednesday, September 16, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 

Classwork:


1Design an Alien for the project





Homework "Invent an Alien" presentations are tomorrow!! (period 4 goes Friday)



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Wednesday, September 16, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)

 


Classwork:


1Design an Alien for the project



Homework "Invent an Alien" presentations are tomorrow!! 



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Tuesday, November 15, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) Work on Slide show for "Invent an Alien" project 



Homework"Invent an Alien" project should be ready for presentation on Thursday.  Bring in materials for constructing your alien for tomorrow and Thursday



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Tuesday, November 15, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none) 




Classwork:


1) Work on Slide show for "Invent an Alien" project 



Homework: "Invent an Alien" project should be ready for presentation on Thursday.  Bring in materials for constructing your alien for tomorrow and Thursday


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Monday, November 14, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) In the Media Center working on slide presentation part of the project "Invent an Alien"



(none)Homework:


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Friday, November 14, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none) 




Classwork:


1) In the Media Center working on slide presentation part of the project "Invent an Alien"


(none)Homework:



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Thursday, November 10, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1Work on "Invent an Alien" project in groups



HomeworkAnswer the TDQ's from the text and don't forget to highlight those areas that support your thoughts. 

DUE: Have this done before you begin typing your essay prompt. 

Essay Prompt:  Make and argument for or against the possibility of life existing beyond Earth. DUE TOMORROW


Highlight pertinent support for answers to the following:

 

1) What is a common belief worldwide regarding this article’s title question?

 

2) What are the two sources of belief in life being elsewhere?

 

3) What is the contention among those looking for life after years of looking?

 

4) What’s the point of the “Who is to say…?” series of questions? (paragraph #3)

 

5) What are scientists using as criteria for the existence of life?

 

6) Why not other planets? What about Earth; what makes it so hospitable?

 

7) For each remaining planet (other than Earth), briefly list the reasons for what makes 

     them inhospitable to life that resembles the human and animal races that thrive on Earth?

 

8) What is the author’s conclusion to her own article’s title?


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Thursday, November 10, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   (none)




Classwork:


1) How to design a Google Slide Presentation (video tutorial)

2Work on "Invent an Alien" project in groups



HomeworkAnswer the TDQ's from the text and don't forget to highlight those areas that support your thoughts. 


DUE: Have this done before you begin typing your essay prompt. 

Essay Prompt:  Make and argument for or against the possibility of life existing beyond Earth. DUE TOMORROW

Highlight pertinent support for answers to the following:

 

1) What is a common belief worldwide regarding this article’s title question?

 

2) What are the two sources of belief in life being elsewhere?

 

3) What is the contention among those looking for life after years of looking?

 

4) What’s the point of the “Who is to say…?” series of questions? (paragraph #3)

 

5) What are scientists using as criteria for the existence of life?

 

6) Why not other planets? What about Earth; what makes it so hospitable?

 

7) For each remaining planet (other than Earth), briefly list the reasons for what makes                them inhospitable to life that resembles the human and animal races that thrive on Earth?

  

8) What is the author’s conclusion to her own article’s title?



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Wednesday, November 9, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) How to design a Google Slide Presentation (video tutorial)

2Work on "Invent an Alien" project in groups



HomeworkAnswer the TDQ's from the text and don't forget to highlight those areas that support your thoughts. 

DUE: Have this done before you begin typing your essay prompt. 

Essay Prompt:  Make and argument for or against the possibility of life existing beyond Earth. DUE THIS FRIDAY


Highlight pertinent support for answers to the following:

 

1) What is a common belief worldwide regarding this article’s title question?

 

2) What are the two sources of belief in life being elsewhere?

 

3) What is the contention among those looking for life after years of looking?

 

4) What’s the point of the “Who is to say…?” series of questions? (paragraph #3)

 

5) What are scientists using as criteria for the existence of life?

 

6) Why not other planets? What about Earth; what makes it so hospitable?

 

7) For each remaining planet (other than Earth), briefly list the reasons for what makes 

     them inhospitable to life that resembles the human and animal races that thrive on Earth?

 

8) What is the author’s conclusion to her own article’s title?


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Wednesday, November 9, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   (none)




Classwork:


1) How to design a Google Slide Presentation (video tutorial)

2Work on "Invent an Alien" project in groups



HomeworkAnswer the TDQ's from the text and don't forget to highlight those areas that support your thoughts. 


DUE: Have this done before you begin typing your essay prompt. 

Essay Prompt:  Make and argument for or against the possibility of life existing beyond Earth. DUE THIS FRIDAY

Highlight pertinent support for answers to the following:

 

1) What is a common belief worldwide regarding this article’s title question?

 

2) What are the two sources of belief in life being elsewhere?

 

3) What is the contention among those looking for life after years of looking?

 

4) What’s the point of the “Who is to say…?” series of questions? (paragraph #3)

 

5) What are scientists using as criteria for the existence of life?

 

6) Why not other planets? What about Earth; what makes it so hospitable?

 

7) For each remaining planet (other than Earth), briefly list the reasons for what makes                them inhospitable to life that resembles the human and animal races that thrive on Earth?

  

8) What is the author’s conclusion to her own article’s title?



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Tuesday, November 8, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1Work on "Invent an Alien" project in groups



HomeworkAnswer the TDQ's from the text and don't forget to highlight those areas that support your thoughts. 

DUE: Have this done before you begin typing your essay prompt. 

Essay Prompt:  Make and argument for or against the possibility of life existing beyond Earth.


Highlight pertinent support for answers to the following:

 

1) What is a common belief worldwide regarding this article’s title question?

 

2) What are the two sources of belief in life being elsewhere?

 

3) What is the contention among those looking for life after years of looking?

 

4) What’s the point of the “Who is to say…?” series of questions? (paragraph #3)

 

5) What are scientists using as criteria for the existence of life?

 

6) Why not other planets? What about Earth; what makes it so hospitable?

 

7) For each remaining planet (other than Earth), briefly list the reasons for what makes 

     them inhospitable to life that resembles the human and animal races that thrive on Earth?

 

8) What is the author’s conclusion to her own article’s title?

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Tuesday, November 8, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   (none)




Classwork:


1Work on "Invent an Alien" project in groups



HomeworkAnswer the TDQ's from the text and don't forget to highlight those areas that support your thoughts. 


DUE: Have this done before you begin typing your essay prompt. 

Essay Prompt:  Make and argument for or against the possibility of life existing beyond Earth. 

Highlight pertinent support for answers to the following:

 

1) What is a common belief worldwide regarding this article’s title question?

 

2) What are the two sources of belief in life being elsewhere?

 

3) What is the contention among those looking for life after years of looking?

 

4) What’s the point of the “Who is to say…?” series of questions? (paragraph #3)

 

5) What are scientists using as criteria for the existence of life?

 

6) Why not other planets? What about Earth; what makes it so hospitable?

 

7) For each remaining planet (other than Earth), briefly list the reasons for what makes                them inhospitable to life that resembles the human and animal races that thrive on Earth?

  

8) What is the author’s conclusion to her own article’s title?



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Monday, November 7, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1Close Read of the article, "Is It Possible that Life Exists on Other Planets?"



HomeworkAnswer the TDQ's from the text and don't forget to highlight those areas that support your thoughts. 

DUE: Have this done before you begin typing your essay prompt. 

Essay Prompt:  Make and argument for or against the possibility of life existing beyond Earth.


Highlight pertinent support for answers to the following:

 

1) What is a common belief worldwide regarding this article’s title question?

 

2) What are the two sources of belief in life being elsewhere?

 

3) What is the contention among those looking for life after years of looking?

 

4) What’s the point of the “Who is to say…?” series of questions? (paragraph #3)

 

5) What are scientists using as criteria for the existence of life?

 

6) Why not other planets? What about Earth; what makes it so hospitable?

 

7) For each remaining planet (other than Earth), briefly list the reasons for what makes 

     them inhospitable to life that resembles the human and animal races that thrive on Earth?

 

8) What is the author’s conclusion to her own article’s title?

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Monday, November 7, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   (none)




Classwork:


1Close Read of the article, "Is It Possible that Life Exists on Other Planets?"



HomeworkAnswer the TDQ's from the text and don't forget to highlight those areas that support your thoughts. 


DUE: Have this done before you begin typing your essay prompt. 

Essay Prompt:  Make and argument for or against the possibility of life existing beyond Earth. 

Highlight pertinent support for answers to the following:

 

1) What is a common belief worldwide regarding this article’s title question?

 

2) What are the two sources of belief in life being elsewhere?

 

3) What is the contention among those looking for life after years of looking?

 

4) What’s the point of the “Who is to say…?” series of questions? (paragraph #3)

 

5) What are scientists using as criteria for the existence of life?

 

6) Why not other planets? What about Earth; what makes it so hospitable?

 

7) For each remaining planet (other than Earth), briefly list the reasons for what makes                them inhospitable to life that resembles the human and animal races that thrive on Earth?

  

8) What is the author’s conclusion to her own article’s title?



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Friday, November 4, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1Close Read of the article, "Is It Possible that Life Exists on Other Planets?"



Homework (none)


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Friday, November 4, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   (none)




Classwork:


1) Close Read of the article, "Is It Possible that Life Exists on Other Planets?"



Homework: (none)



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Thursday, November 3, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) Close Read of the article, "Is It Possible that Life Exists on Other Planets?"




Homework (none)



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Thursday, November 3, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   (none)




Classwork:


1) Close Read of the article, "Is It Possible that Life Exists on Other Planets?"



Homework: (none)   



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Wednesday, November 2, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) EXAM 1




Homework (none)



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Wednesday, November 2, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   (none)




Classwork:


1) EXAM #1



Homework:    



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Tuesday, November 1, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1Go over questions/concerns regarding the Exam Review Sheet

2) Read, "Is It Possible Life Exists on Other Planets?"




Homework (none)

!!EXAM#1 TOMORROW!! THIS IS COMPREHENSIVE COVERING METRIC SYSTEM, CONVERSIONS IN THE METRIC SYSTEM, ASTRONOMY:STARS, SOLAR SYSTEM, KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION


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Tuesday, November 1, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   Find the orbital period (period of revolution) for Neptune using Kepler's 3rd Law.  Use Earth as the second planet (distance from the sun = 149.6 x 106 km and its orbital period = 1.0 year)

Neptune's distance from the Sun = 4498 x 106 km)
 


Classwork:


1) Go over questions/concerns regarding the Exam Review Sheet



Homework:    

!!EXAM#1 TOMORROW!! THIS IS COMPREHENSIVE COVERING METRIC SYSTEM, CONVERSIONS IN THE METRIC SYSTEM, ASTRONOMY:STARS, SOLAR SYSTEM, KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION


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Monday, October 31, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) Competitive game of "Science Jeopardy" as a review for this Wednesday's Exam #1




Homework (none)

!!EXAM#1 THIS WEDNESDAY!! THIS IS COMPREHENSIVE COVERING METRIC SYSTEM, CONVERSIONS IN THE METRIC SYSTEM, ASTRONOMY:STARS, SOLAR SYSTEM, KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION


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Monday, October 31, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   (none)
 


Classwork:


1) Competitive game of "Science Jeopardy" as a review for this Wednesday's Exam #1



Homework:    

!!EXAM#1 THIS WEDNESDAY!! THIS IS COMPREHENSIVE COVERING METRIC SYSTEM, CONVERSIONS IN THE METRIC SYSTEM, ASTRONOMY:STARS, SOLAR SYSTEM, KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION


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Friday, October 28, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1Begin reviewing material for Exam #1 which is on Wednesday next week.



Homework (none)

!!EXAM#1 NEXT WEDNESDAY!! THIS IS COMPREHENSIVE COVERING METRIC SYSTEM, CONVERSIONS IN THE METRIC SYSTEM, ASTRONOMY:STARS, SOLAR SYSTEM, KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION


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Friday, October 28, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   (none)
 


Classwork:


1) Practice solving problems with Kepler's 3rd Law of Planetary Motion

2) Begin reviewing material for Exam #1 which is on Wednesday next week.



Homework:  GC-8 Short Essay on Small Bodies of the Solar System DUE MONDAY  

!!EXAM#1 NEXT WEDNESDAY!! THIS IS COMPREHENSIVE COVERING METRIC SYSTEM, CONVERSIONS IN THE METRIC SYSTEM, ASTRONOMY:STARS, SOLAR SYSTEM, KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION


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Thursday, October 27, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Place the following in order of smallest to largest: asteroid, comet, planet, galaxy, nebula, meteoroid, star

 
Classwork:


1) Finish notes on "Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion"

2) Standards Check #1-9, pg. 470.




Homework (none)

!!EXAM#1 NEXT WEDNESDAY!! THIS IS COMPREHENSIVE COVERING METRIC SYSTEM, CONVERSIONS IN THE METRIC SYSTEM, ASTRONOMY:STARS, SOLAR SYSTEM, KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION


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Thursday, October 27, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   Place the following in order of smallest to largest: asteroid, comet, planet, galaxy, nebula, meteoroid, star
 


Classwork:


1) Finish notes on "Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion"



Homework:  GC-8 Short Essay on Small Bodies of the Solar System DUE MONDAY  

!!EXAM#1 NEXT WEDNESDAY!! THIS IS COMPREHENSIVE COVERING METRIC SYSTEM, CONVERSIONS IN THE METRIC SYSTEM, ASTRONOMY:STARS, SOLAR SYSTEM, KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION


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Wednesday, October 26, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  What is an "orbit"?  Describe three factors (causes) that possibly determine its shape, size, and orbital period.

 
Classwork:


1) Turn in "Planet Coffee Table Book"

2) Review of Asteroids, Comets, Meteoroids and Meteors

3) Notes on "Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion"




Homework 

"My Solar System" Simulation Lab Packet - DUE TOMORROW

!!EXAM#1 NEXT WEDNESDAY!! THIS IS COMPREHENSIVE COVERING METRIC SYSTEM, CONVERSIONS IN THE METRIC SYSTEM, ASTRONOMY:STARS, SOLAR SYSTEM, KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION


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Wednesday, October 26, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   What is an "orbit"?  Describe three factors (causes) that possibly determine its shape, size, and orbital period.
 


Classwork:


1) Turn in "Planet Coffee Table Book"

2) Review of Asteroids, Comets, Meteoroids and Meteors

3) Notes on "Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion"



Homework 

"My Solar System" Simulation Lab Packet - DUE TOMORROW

!!EXAM#1 NEXT WEDNESDAY!! THIS IS COMPREHENSIVE COVERING METRIC SYSTEM, CONVERSIONS IN THE METRIC SYSTEM, ASTRONOMY:STARS, SOLAR SYSTEM, KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION



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Tuesday, October 25, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Explain why someone would study asteroids and comets in order to better understand the beginnings of our Solar System?

 
Classwork:


1) Notes on "Outer Planets"

2) Final Group work on "Planet Coffee Table Book" DUE TOMORROW

3) Review answers to homework - Standards Check pg. 493




Homework 

Planet Coffee Table Book - DUE TOMORROW

"My Solar System" Simulation Lab Packet - DUE THIS THURSDAY

!!EXAM#1 NEXT WEDNESDAY!! THIS IS COMPREHENSIVE COVERING METRIC SYSTEM, CONVERSIONS IN THE METRIC SYSTEM, ASTRONOMY:STARS, SOLAR SYSTEM, KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION


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Tuesday, October 25, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Explain why someone would study asteroids and comets in order to better understand the beginnings of our Solar System?
 


Classwork:


1) Notes on "Outer Planets"

2) Final Group work on "Planet Coffee Table Book" DUE TOMORROW

3) Review answers to homework - Standards Check pg. 493



Homework 

Planet Coffee Table Book - DUE TOMORROW

"My Solar System" Simulation Lab Packet - DUE THIS THURSDAY

!!EXAM#1 NEXT WEDNESDAY!! THIS IS COMPREHENSIVE COVERING METRIC SYSTEM, CONVERSIONS IN THE METRIC SYSTEM, ASTRONOMY:STARS, SOLAR SYSTEM, KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION



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Monday, October 24, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  How many Earth years does 105 days equal?

 
Classwork:


1) Notes on "Outer Planets"

2) Group work on "Planet Coffee Table Book" DUE THIS WEDNESDAY



Homework 

Planet Coffee Table Book - DUE THIS WEDNESDAY

"My Solar System" Simulation Lab Packet - DUE THIS THURSDAY


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Monday, October 24, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  How many Earth years does 105 days equal?
 


Classwork:


1) Notes on "Outer Planets"

2) Group work on "Planet Coffee Table Book" DUE THIS WEDNESDAY



Homework 

Planet Coffee Table Book - DUE THIS WEDNESDAY

"My Solar System" Simulation Lab Packet - DUE THIS THURSDAY



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Friday, October 21, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) In the Media Center we are finishing our work on the "My Solar System" simulation program w/observations and analysis questions.



Homework 

Planet Coffee Table Book - DUE NEXT WEDNESDAY

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Friday, October 21, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 


Classwork:


1) In the Media Center we are finishing our work on the "My Solar System" simulation program w/observations and analysis questions.



Homework 

Planet Coffee Table Book - DUE NEXT WEDNESDAY


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Thursday, October 20, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) In the Media Center we are working on the "My Solar System" simulation program w/observations and analysis questions.



Homework 

GC-7 Astronomy: Outer Planets DUE TOMORROW

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Thursday, October 20, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 


Classwork:


1) In the Media Center we are working on the "My Solar System" simulation program w/observations and analysis questions.



Homework 

GC-7 Astronomy: Outer Planets DUE TOMORROW


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Wednesday, October 19, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) Review of math calculations for Exploration sections of the homework, GC-5 Astronomy: Outer Planets

2) Finish reading "Asteroids, Meteroids, and Comets" pgs. 489-493

3) Standards Check questions #1-8 in complete sentences (pg. 493) HOMEWORK IF NOT FINISHED DUE TOMORROW



Homework 

Be working on Astronomy: Outer Planets DUE THIS FRIDAY

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Wednesday, October 19, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 


Classwork:


1) Review of math calculations for Exploration sections of the homework, GC-5 Astronomy: Outer Planets

2) Finish reading "Asteroids, Meteroids, and Comets" pgs. 489-493

3) Standards Check questions #1-8 in complete sentences (pg. 493) HOMEWORK IF NOT FINISHED DUE TOMORROW



Homework GC-8 Short Essay (See Google Classroom)

Be working on Astronomy: Outer Planets DUE THIS FRIDAY


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Tuesday, October 18, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Provide two ways in which planets and their moons differ from stars.

 
Classwork:


1) Planet Coffee Table Book Research work in groups

2) Brain Pop vids on "Comets, Meteoroids, and Asteroids" w/checks for understanding



Homework Define vocabulary terms on pg. 489 into your notes (add the terms "kuiper belt" and "Oort Cloud" to the list

Be working on Astronomy: Outer Planets DUE THIS FRIDAY

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Tuesday, October 18, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Provide two ways in which planets and their moons differ from stars.
 


Classwork:


1) Planet Coffee Table Book Research work in groups

2) Brain Pop vids on "Comets, Meteoroids, and Asteroids" w/checks for understanding




Homework Define vocabulary terms on pg. 489 into your notes (add the terms "kuiper belt" and "Oort Cloud" to the list

Be working on Astronomy: Outer Planets DUE THIS FRIDAY


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Monday, October 17, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Name the Outer Planets in order from the Sun.  Describe their motion relative to one another AND to the Inner Planets.

 
Classwork:


1) Planet Coffee Table Book Research work in groups

2) Text Read of "Comets, Meteoroids, and Asteroids"



Homework (none)



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Monday, October 17, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text) and Asteroids, Comets, and Meteroids (Chapter 11 pgs. 489-493)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Name the Outer Planets in order from the Sun.  Describe their motion relative to one another AND to the Inner Planets.
 


Classwork:


1) Planet Coffee Table Book Research work in groups

2) Text Read of "Comets, Meteoroids, and Asteroids"




Homework (none)



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Friday, October 14, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text)


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) Video and answers to "Visualization" on Astronomy: The Outer Planets assignment



Homework (none)



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Friday, October 14, 2016 

This week we are going through the Outer Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 481- 485 in the text)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   (none)
 


Classwork:


1) Video and answers to "Visualization" on Astronomy: The Outer Planets assignment




Homework (none)



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Thursday, October 13, 2016 

This week we are going through the Inner Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 478-481 in the text)


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) In Rm 502 working on the Lesson, "Astronomy: Outer Planets"



Homework GC-5 Astronomy: Inner Planets DUE THIS THURSDAY
                    
                     GC-6 "Gravity" movie questions on submitted using Google Class form DUE THIS THURSDAY



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Thursday, October 13, 2016 

This week we are going through the Inner Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 478-481 in the text)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   (none)
 


Classwork:


1) In Rm 502 working on the Lesson, "Astronomy: Outer Planets"




Homework GC-5 Astronomy: Inner Planets DUE THIS THURSDAY
                    
                     GC-6 "Gravity" movie questions on submitted using Google Class form DUE THIS THURSDAY



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Tuesday, October 11, 2016 

This week we are going through the Inner Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 478-481 in the text)


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  If Earth is 12,800km in diameter, how small would it be if we scaled it down to a proportion of Neptune being 100m and its distance being 4,500,000,000 km from the Sun?

 
Classwork:


1) Note on Inner Planets and Motion

2) Assign the "Planet Coffee Table Book" Project (Form Groups, decide on breaking up tasks, and choose planet)



Homework GC-5 Astronomy: Inner Planets DUE THIS THURSDAY
                    
                     GC-6 "Gravity" movie questions on submitted using Google Class form DUE THIS THURSDAY



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Tuesday, October 11, 2016 

This week we are going through the Inner Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 478-481 in the text)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   If Earth is 12,800km in diameter, how small would it be if we scaled it down to a proportion of Neptune being 100m and its distance being 4,500,000,000 km from the Sun?
 


Classwork:


1) Note on Inner Planets and Motion

2) Assign the "Planet Coffee Table Book" Project (Form Groups, decide on breaking up tasks, and choose planet)




Homework GC-5 Astronomy: Inner Planets DUE THIS THURSDAY
                    
                     GC-6 "Gravity" movie questions on submitted using Google Class form DUE THIS THURSDAY



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Monday, October 10, 2016 

This week we are going through the Inner Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 478-481 in the text)


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Name and place the Inner Planets in order from the Sun.  

                How do the Inner planets differ according to their motion?

 
Classwork:


1) Finish "Gravity" movie

2) Notes on "How to scale down planet distances and diameters" using math



Homework GC-5 Astronomy: Inner Planets DUE THIS THURSDAY
                    
                     GC-6 "Gravity" movie questions on submitted using Google Class form DUE THIS THURSDAY



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Monday, October 10, 2016 

This week we are going through the Inner Planets of the Solar System (Chapter 11 pgs. 478-481 in the text)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:   Name and place the Inner Planets in order from the Sun.  

                 How do the Inner planets differ according to their motion?
 


Classwork:


1) Finish "Gravity" movie

2) Notes on "How to scale down planet distances and diameters" using math



Homework GC-5 Astronomy: Inner Planets DUE THIS THURSDAY
                    
                     GC-6 "Gravity" movie questions on submitted using Google Class form DUE THIS THURSDAY



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Friday, October 7, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) We meet in the media center for the online lesson, "Astronomy: Inner Planets"


Homework (none)



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Friday, October 7, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 


Classwork:


1) We meet in the media center for the online lesson, "Astronomy: Inner Planets"



Homework (none)



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Thursday, October 6, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 
Classwork:


1) We meet in the media center for the online lesson, "Astronomy: Inner Planets"


Homework (none)



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Thursday, October 6, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 


Classwork:


1) We meet in the media center for the online lesson, "Astronomy: Inner Planets"



Homework (none)



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Wednesday, October 5, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Provide a reason for why you think life exists outside of Earth (or not).

What do you think humans require for survival if on another planet?

 
Classwork:


1) Movie, "Gravity"  Material from movie will be discussed and then video questions will be assigned through Google Class.


Homework (none)

**MAKE UPS FOR QUIZ#3 "THE STARS" IS AFTER SCHOOL TODAY OR FRIDAY ONLY.  PLEASE MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH YOUR PARENTS FOR STAYING AFTER ABOUT 30 MIN**

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Wednesday, October 5, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Provide a reason for why you think life exists outside of Earth (or not).

What do you think humans require for survival if on another planet?
 


Classwork:


1) Movie, "Gravity"  Material from movie will be discussed and then video questions will be assigned through Google Class.



Homework (none)
 
**MAKE UPS FOR QUIZ#3 "THE STARS" IS AFTER SCHOOL TODAY OR FRIDAY ONLY.  PLEASE MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH YOUR PARENTS FOR STAYING AFTER ABOUT 30 MIN**


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Tuesday, October 4, 2016 



Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  What is a galaxy and in what ways do they differ?  Name the 3 major categories of galaxies

Ex) spiral, ____?____?


 
Classwork:


1) Movie, "Gravity"  Material from movie will be discussed and then analyzed in an essay response afterwords.


Homework (none)

**MAKE UPS FOR QUIZ#3 "THE STARS" IS AFTER SCHOOL TODAY OR FRIDAY ONLY.  PLEASE MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH YOUR PARENTS FOR STAYING AFTER ABOUT 30 MIN**

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Tuesday, October 4, 2016 



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  What is a galaxy and in what ways do they differ?  Name the 3 major categories of galaxies

Ex) spiral, ____?____?
 


Classwork:


1) Movie, "Gravity"  Material from movie will be discussed and then analyzed in an essay response afterwords.



Homework (none)
 
**MAKE UPS FOR QUIZ#3 "THE STARS" IS AFTER SCHOOL TODAY OR FRIDAY ONLY.  PLEASE MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH YOUR PARENTS FOR STAYING AFTER ABOUT 30 MIN**


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Friday, September 30, 2016 

This week we are going through the H-R diagram of Stars (pgs. 514-516 in the text)
and the Stellar Life Cycle (pgs. 519-527 in the text)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: (none)

 

Classwork:


1) Continue work on "How Is a Star's Color Related to It's Temperature?" Activity and turn in.

2) Text work on Galaxies - turn in to substitute when finished.


Homework (none)



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Friday, September 30, 2016 

This week we are going through the H-R diagram of Stars (pgs. 514-516 in the text)
and the Stellar Life Cycle (pgs. 519-527 in the text)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 


Classwork:


1) Continue work on "Properties of Stars" Activity and turn in.

2) Text work on Galaxies - turn in to substitute when finished



Homework (none)
 

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 

This week we are going through the H-R diagram of Stars (pgs. 514-516 in the text)
and the Stellar Life Cycle (pgs. 519-527 in the text)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: (none)

 

Classwork:


1) Turn in September Journals

2) Quiz #3 The Stars



Homework (none)



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Thursday, September 29, 2016 

This week we are going through the H-R diagram of Stars (pgs. 514-516 in the text)
and the Stellar Life Cycle (pgs. 519-527 in the text)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 


Classwork:


1) Turn in September Journals

2) Quiz #3 The Stars



Homework (none)
 

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Wednesday, September 28, 2016 

This week we are going through the H-R diagram of Stars (pgs. 514-516 in the text)
and the Stellar Life Cycle (pgs. 519-527 in the text)

Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: (none)

 

Classwork:


1) Review for Quiz #3 tomorrow

2) Continue work on "How Is a Star's Color Related to It's Temperature?" Activity



Homework (none)

!!QUIZ 3 THIS TOMORROW ON THE H-R DIAGRAM AND STELLAR EVOLUTION (LIFE CYCLE OF THE STARS)
BE SURE TO STUDY YOUR NOTES FROM CLASS, AND YOUR ANSWERS FROM YOU ONLINE LESSON, "ASTRONOMY: STARS AND THE H-R DIAGRAM"!!

HOW DOES COLOR RELATE TO THE TEMPERATURE OF A STAR?
HOW DOES MASS DETERMINE THE TYPE OF STAR THAT WILL DEVELOP FROM A NEBULA?
HOW DOES SIZE DETERMINE LUMINOSITY OF A STAR?
WHERE CAN RED GIANTS, RED SUPERGIANTS, WHITE DWARFS, RED DWARFS AND MAIN SEQUENCE STARS BE FOUND ON THE H-R DIAGRAM?
BE ABLE TO DESCRIBE ALL 11 STAGES OF STARS' DEVELOPMENT ALONG THE LIFE CYCLE AND WHERE THEY FIT
HOW DOES A STAR SHINE?
WHAT HAPPENS TO STARS OF DIFFERENT MASSES AT THE END OF THEIR LIVES?

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Wednesday, September 28, 2016 

This week we are going through the H-R diagram of Stars (pgs. 514-516 in the text)
and the Stellar Life Cycle (pgs. 519-527 in the text)

Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 


Classwork:


1Review for Quiz #3 tomorrow

2) Continue work on "Properties of Stars" activity if there's time



Homework (none)
 

!!QUIZ 3 THIS TOMORROW ON THE H-R DIAGRAM AND STELLAR EVOLUTION (LIFE CYCLE OF THE STARS)
BE SURE TO STUDY YOUR NOTES FROM CLASS, AND YOUR ANSWERS FROM YOU ONLINE LESSON, "ASTRONOMY: STARS AND THE H-R DIAGRAM"!!

HOW DOES COLOR RELATE TO THE TEMPERATURE OF A STAR?
HOW DOES MASS DETERMINE THE TYPE OF STAR THAT WILL DEVELOP FROM A NEBULA?
HOW DOES SIZE DETERMINE LUMINOSITY OF A STAR?
WHERE CAN RED GIANTS, RED SUPERGIANTS, WHITE DWARFS, RED DWARFS AND MAIN SEQUENCE STARS BE FOUND ON THE H-R DIAGRAM?
BE ABLE TO DESCRIBE ALL 11 STAGES OF STARS' DEVELOPMENT ALONG THE LIFE CYCLE AND WHERE THEY FIT
HOW DOES A STAR SHINE?
WHAT HAPPENS TO STARS OF DIFFERENT MASSES AT THE END OF THEIR LIVES?

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Tuesday, September 27, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: Give luminosity, temperature, and size as "high" or "low" for the following:

Blue Star -
White dwarf -
Red Giant -

 

Classwork:


1) Correct Stellar Evolution Work from yesterday

2) Begin work on "How Is a Star's Color Related to It's Temperature?" Activity



Homework (none)

!!QUIZ 3 THIS THURSDAY ON THE H-R DIAGRAM AND STELLAR EVOLUTION (LIFE CYCLE OF THE STARS)
BE SURE TO STUDY YOUR NOTES FROM CLASS, AND YOUR ANSWERS FROM YOU ONLINE LESSON, "ASTRONOMY: STARS AND THE H-R DIAGRAM"!!

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Tuesday, September 27, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Give luminosity, temperature, and size as "high" or "low" for the following:

Blue Star -
White dwarf -
Red Giant -
 


Classwork:


1) Correct Stellar Evolution Work from yesterday

2) Begin work on "Properties of Stars" activity



Homework (none)
 

!!QUIZ 3 THIS THURSDAY ON THE H-R DIAGRAM AND STELLAR EVOLUTION (LIFE CYCLE OF THE STARS)
BE SURE TO STUDY YOUR NOTES FROM CLASS, AND YOUR ANSWERS FROM YOU ONLINE LESSON, "ASTRONOMY: STARS AND THE H-R DIAGRAM"!!

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Monday, September 26, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: What is the relationship between gravity and nuclear fusion that allows a star to remain stable?

 

Classwork:


1) Stellar Evolution Work - Due Today



Homework (none)

!!QUIZ 3 THIS THURSDAY ON THE H-R DIAGRAM AND STELLAR EVOLUTION (LIFE CYCLE OF THE STARS)
BE SURE TO STUDY YOUR NOTES FROM CLASS, AND YOUR ANSWERS FROM YOU ONLINE LESSON, "ASTRONOMY: STARS AND THE H-R DIAGRAM"!!

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Monday, September 26, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  What is the relationship between gravity and nuclear fusion that allows a star to remain stable?
 


Classwork:


1) Stellar Evolution Work - Due Today



Homework (none)
 

!!QUIZ 3 THIS THURSDAY ON THE H-R DIAGRAM AND STELLAR EVOLUTION (LIFE CYCLE OF THE STARS)
BE SURE TO STUDY YOUR NOTES FROM CLASS, AND YOUR ANSWERS FROM YOU ONLINE LESSON, "ASTRONOMY: STARS AND THE H-R DIAGRAM"!!

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Friday, September 23, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: (none)

 

Classwork:


1) Stellar Evolution Activity - Finish Questions #1-4 and turn in any work done on the Life Cycle diagram



Homework (none)


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Friday, September 23, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 


Classwork:


1) Stellar Evolution Activity - Finish Questions #1-4 and turn in any work done on the Life Cycle diagram



Homework (none)
 

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Thursday, September 22, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: In what ways does mass affect a star's life (including its death)?

 

Classwork:


1) Stellar Evolution Activity - Finish Questions #1-4 and turn in any work done on the Life Cycle diagram



Homework (none)


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Thursday, September 22, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  In what ways does mass affect a star's life (including its death)?
 


Classwork:


1) Stellar Evolution Activity - Finish Questions #1-4 and turn in any work done on the Life Cycle diagram



Homework (none)
 

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Wednesday, September 21, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: (none)

 

Classwork:


1) Finish Video on Lifecycle of stars 

2) Finish Notes regarding video

3) Stellar Evolution Activity



Homework (none)


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Wednesday, September 21, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 


Classwork:


1) Finish Video on Lifecycle of stars 

2) Finish Notes regarding video

3) Stellar Evolution Activity


Homework (none)
 

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Tuesday, September 20, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: Label the ? on the H-R diagram with appropriate labels.  (See Mr. Bartleson for the diagram)

 

Classwork:


1) Video on Lifecycle of stars 

2) Notes regarding video



Homework 

Finish the TDQ's on the close read, "Stars" and attach definitions to the vocabulary terms DUE YESTERDAY

1) What can the reader of this article hope to learn about stars?

 

2) Why do astronomers study our Sun?

 

3) How does a star maintain itself and keep its shape?

 

4) Describe the relationship between gravity and pressure for a star.

 

5) What is the “main sequence” and how do we know when a star has reached the end of this part of its life?

 

6) Defend the idea that stars have a “life cycle” from this article (cite evidence from the text with paragraph number(s)).

 

7) How do stars form and what are the essential ingredients to make it happen?

 

8) How do the fates of medium-sized stars differ from massive stars?  How are they similar?

 

9) Defend the idea that iron is “poison” for a large star (cite evidence from the text with paragraph number(s)).

Terms to Define: Star, gravity, hydrostatic equilibrium, main sequence, nuclear reactions, molecular cloud or nebula, protostar, stellar nurseries, Hydrogen, red giant, planetary nebula, red supergiant, supernova, 
neutron star

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Finish the online lesson "Stars and H-R diagram" on Google Classroom.  All work is to be written down on paper.  Please use the instructions below to complete it:  

DUE TOMORROW

Instructions for completing “Astronomy: Stars and H-R Diagram” on Google Classroom

1) Log-in to Google Classroom and click on the link “Earth in Space”

2) Select “Start Course”

            a) Be sure to scroll down the left hand side and select the lesson, “Stars and    

                  H-R Diagram”

3) On a separate sheet of paper, title your work “Astronomy: Stars and H-R   

     Diagram.”  Read through the comprehension section.

4) Copy down the 4 questions AND write your answers to them.

5) Play and watch the Visualization piece and answer in complete sentences only

     the 3 prompts that follow.

6) For the Exploration section, Click on the Hertzsprung-Russell Explorer link and

     follow the instructions indicated below that link.  Describe (on your paper) what

     happens as you change the different settings.

7) Copy down the 7 questions AND write your answers to them.

8) Answer in complete sentences the answers to the 7 prompts starting with,

     “Where in the H-R diagram would you find the sun the same size and color as our

      sun?

9) In the Simulation section, copy down the 4 questions and write your answers to  

     them.

10) Choose “Learn” or “Test” mode for the Quizlet on Organization section.  Try the

        game called “scatter.”

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 Reflection and Evaluation sections are for next week


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Tuesday, September 20, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Label the ? on the H-R diagram with appropriate labels.  (See Mr. Bartleson for the diagram)
 


Classwork:


1) Video on Lifecycle of stars 

2) Notes regarding video



Homework 


Finish the online lesson "Stars and H-R diagram" on Google Classroom.  All work is to be written down on paper. Please use the instructions below to complete it:  

DUE TOMORROW

Instructions for completing “Astronomy: Stars and H-R Diagram” on Google Classroom

1) Log-in to Google Classroom and click on the link “Earth in Space”

2) Select “Start Course”

            a) Be sure to scroll down the left hand side and select the lesson, “Stars and    

                  H-R Diagram”

3) On a separate sheet of paper, title your work “Astronomy: Stars and H-R   

     Diagram.”  Read through the comprehension section.

4) Copy down the 4 questions AND write your answers to them.

5) Play and watch the Visualization piece and answer in complete sentences only

     the 3 prompts that follow.

6) For the Exploration section, Click on the Hertzsprung-Russell Explorer link and

     follow the instructions indicated below that link.  Describe (on your paper) what

     happens as you change the different settings.

7) Copy down the 7 questions AND write your answers to them.

8) Answer in complete sentences the answers to the 7 prompts starting with,

     “Where in the H-R diagram would you find the sun the same size and color as our

      sun?

9) In the Simulation section, copy down the 4 questions and write your answers to  

     them.

10) Choose “Learn” or “Test” mode for the Quizlet on Organization section.  Try the

        game called “scatter.”

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 Reflection and Evaluation sections are for next week

 


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Monday, September 19, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: What two things about stars are compared on an H-R diagram?

 

Classwork:


1) Finish TDQ's on the close read, "Stars" Homework if not finished



Homework 

Finish the TDQ's on the close read, "Stars" and attach definitions to the vocabulary terms DUE TOMORROW

1) What can the reader of this article hope to learn about stars?

 

2) Why do astronomers study our Sun?

 

3) How does a star maintain itself and keep its shape?

 

4) Describe the relationship between gravity and pressure for a star.

 

5) What is the “main sequence” and how do we know when a star has reached the end of this part of its life?

 

6) Defend the idea that stars have a “life cycle” from this article (cite evidence from the text with paragraph number(s)).

 

7) How do stars form and what are the essential ingredients to make it happen?

 

8) How do the fates of medium-sized stars differ from massive stars?  How are they similar?

 

9) Defend the idea that iron is “poison” for a large star (cite evidence from the text with paragraph number(s)).

Terms to Define: Star, gravity, hydrostatic equilibrium, main sequence, nuclear reactions, molecular cloud or nebula, protostar, stellar nurseries, Hydrogen, red giant, planetary nebula, red supergiant, supernova, 
neutron star

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Finish the online lesson "Stars and H-R diagram" on Google Classroom.  All work is to be written down on paper.  Please use the instructions below to complete it:  

DUE WEDNESDAY

Instructions for completing “Astronomy: Stars and H-R Diagram” on Google Classroom

1) Log-in to Google Classroom and click on the link “Earth in Space”

2) Select “Start Course”

            a) Be sure to scroll down the left hand side and select the lesson, “Stars and    

                  H-R Diagram”

3) On a separate sheet of paper, title your work “Astronomy: Stars and H-R   

     Diagram.”  Read through the comprehension section.

4) Copy down the 4 questions AND write your answers to them.

5) Play and watch the Visualization piece and answer in complete sentences only

     the 3 prompts that follow.

6) For the Exploration section, Click on the Hertzsprung-Russell Explorer link and

     follow the instructions indicated below that link.  Describe (on your paper) what

     happens as you change the different settings.

7) Copy down the 7 questions AND write your answers to them.

8) Answer in complete sentences the answers to the 7 prompts starting with,

     “Where in the H-R diagram would you find the sun the same size and color as our

      sun?

9) In the Simulation section, copy down the 4 questions and write your answers to  

     them.

10) Choose “Learn” or “Test” mode for the Quizlet on Organization section.  Try the

        game called “scatter.”

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 Reflection and Evaluation sections are for next week


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Monday, September 19, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  What two things about stars are compared on an H-R diagram?
 


Classwork:


1) Quiz #2 online "Cosmic Calendar"

2) In the Media Center working on "Stars and H-R diagram" on Google Classroom



Homework 

Finish the TDQ's on the close read, "Stars" and attach definitions to the vocabulary terms DUE TOMORROW

1) What can the reader of this article hope to learn about stars?

2) Why do astronomers study our Sun?

3) How does a star maintain itself and keep its shape?

4) Describe the relationship between gravity and pressure for a star.

5) What is the “main sequence” and how do we know when a star has reached the end of this part of its life?

6) Defend the idea that stars have a “life cycle” from this article (cite evidence from the text with paragraph number(s)).

7) How do stars form and what are the essential ingredients to make it happen?

8) How do the fates of medium-sized stars differ from massive stars?  How are they similar?

9) Defend the idea that iron is “poison” for a large star (cite evidence from the text with paragraph number(s)).

10) How does the mass of a star ultimately determine its fate in terms of end-of-life situation? (cite evidence from the text with paragraph number(s)).

Terms to Define: star, red giant, white dwarf, supernova, neutron star, pulsar, black hole, galaxies, protostar, nebula, constellation, nuclear fusion, Main sequence, luminosity, red dwarf, hypergiant, nuclear reactions


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Finish the online lesson "Stars and H-R diagram" on Google Classroom.  All work is to be written down on paper. Please use the instructions below to complete it:  

DUE WEDNESDAY

Instructions for completing “Astronomy: Stars and H-R Diagram” on Google Classroom

1) Log-in to Google Classroom and click on the link “Earth in Space”

2) Select “Start Course”

            a) Be sure to scroll down the left hand side and select the lesson, “Stars and    

                  H-R Diagram”

3) On a separate sheet of paper, title your work “Astronomy: Stars and H-R   

     Diagram.”  Read through the comprehension section.

4) Copy down the 4 questions AND write your answers to them.

5) Play and watch the Visualization piece and answer in complete sentences only

     the 3 prompts that follow.

6) For the Exploration section, Click on the Hertzsprung-Russell Explorer link and

     follow the instructions indicated below that link.  Describe (on your paper) what

     happens as you change the different settings.

7) Copy down the 7 questions AND write your answers to them.

8) Answer in complete sentences the answers to the 7 prompts starting with,

     “Where in the H-R diagram would you find the sun the same size and color as our

      sun?

9) In the Simulation section, copy down the 4 questions and write your answers to  

     them.

10) Choose “Learn” or “Test” mode for the Quizlet on Organization section.  Try the

        game called “scatter.”

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 Reflection and Evaluation sections are for next week

 


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Friday, September 16, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: (none)

 

Classwork:


1) Quiz #2 online "Cosmic Calendar"

2) In the Media Center working on "Stars and H-R diagram" on Google Classroom



Homework Finish the online lesson "Stars and H-R diagram" on Google Classroom.  All work is to be written down on paper.  Please use the instructions below to complete it:  

DUE NEXT WEDNESDAY

Instructions for completing “Astronomy: Stars and H-R Diagram” on Google Classroom

1) Log-in to Google Classroom and click on the link “Earth in Space”

2) Select “Start Course”

            a) Be sure to scroll down the left hand side and select the lesson, “Stars and    

                  H-R Diagram”

3) On a separate sheet of paper, title your work “Astronomy: Stars and H-R   

     Diagram.”  Read through the comprehension section.

4) Copy down the 4 questions AND write your answers to them.

5) Play and watch the Visualization piece and answer in complete sentences only

     the 3 prompts that follow.

6) For the Exploration section, Click on the Hertzsprung-Russell Explorer link and

     follow the instructions indicated below that link.  Describe (on your paper) what

     happens as you change the different settings.

7) Copy down the 7 questions AND write your answers to them.

8) Answer in complete sentences the answers to the 7 prompts starting with,

     “Where in the H-R diagram would you find the sun the same size and color as our

      sun?

9) In the Simulation section, copy down the 4 questions and write your answers to  

     them.

10) Choose “Learn” or “Test” mode for the Quizlet on Organization section.  Try the

        game called “scatter.”

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 Reflection and Evaluation sections are for next week


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Friday, September 16, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 


Classwork:


1) Quiz #2 online "Cosmic Calendar"

2) In the Media Center working on "Stars and H-R diagram" on Google Classroom



Homework Finish the online lesson "Stars and H-R diagram" on Google Classroom.  All work is to be written down on paper. Please use the instructions below to complete it:  

DUE NEXT WEDNESDAY

Instructions for completing “Astronomy: Stars and H-R Diagram” on Google Classroom

1) Log-in to Google Classroom and click on the link “Earth in Space”

2) Select “Start Course”

            a) Be sure to scroll down the left hand side and select the lesson, “Stars and    

                  H-R Diagram”

3) On a separate sheet of paper, title your work “Astronomy: Stars and H-R   

     Diagram.”  Read through the comprehension section.

4) Copy down the 4 questions AND write your answers to them.

5) Play and watch the Visualization piece and answer in complete sentences only

     the 3 prompts that follow.

6) For the Exploration section, Click on the Hertzsprung-Russell Explorer link and

     follow the instructions indicated below that link.  Describe (on your paper) what

     happens as you change the different settings.

7) Copy down the 7 questions AND write your answers to them.

8) Answer in complete sentences the answers to the 7 prompts starting with,

     “Where in the H-R diagram would you find the sun the same size and color as our

      sun?

9) In the Simulation section, copy down the 4 questions and write your answers to  

     them.

10) Choose “Learn” or “Test” mode for the Quizlet on Organization section.  Try the

        game called “scatter.”

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 Reflection and Evaluation sections are for next week

 


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Thursday, September 15, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: Based on your study, what exactly is a star? How does an H-R diagram organize them?

 

Classwork:


1) Introduction to Stars Close Reading of the text, "Stars" with TDQ's (text dependent questions)



Homework 

ASTRONOMY: COSMIC CALENDAR DUE TOMORROW (SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR DETAILS)


!!QUIZ #2 ON THE COSMIC CALENDAR!! TOMORROW 

- Be sure to know the chronological order of the eighteen events that occurred in history
- Be sure to know when (in years ago) the universe began, the Solar System formed, and when the first homo sapiens (humans) developed on the Earth
- Study your "From the Big Bang to the Present Day" video question sheet. I may ask you a question from that including what were the order in which animals developed (reptiles, fish, humans, mammals, amphibians) AND what discoveries allowed humans to flourish (become successful as a species)



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Thursday, September 15, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Based on your study, what exactly is a star? How does an H-R diagram organize them?
 


Classwork:


1Introduction to Stars Close Reading of the text, "Stars" with TDQ's (text dependent questions)


Homework ASTRONOMY: COSMIC CALENDAR DUE TOMORROW (SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR DETAILS)



!!QUIZ #2 ON THE COSMIC CALENDAR!! TOMORROW

- Be sure to know the chronological order of the eighteen events that occurred in history
- Be sure to know when (in years ago) the universe began, the Solar System formed, and when the first homo sapiens (humans) developed on the Earth
- Study your "From the Big Big Bang to the Present Day" video question sheet. I may ask you a question from that including what were the order in which animals developed (reptiles, fish, humans, mammals, amphibians) AND what discoveries allowed humans to flourish (become successful as a species)
- Know how to calculate the cosmic calendar date of an event from the actual age in years



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Wednesday, September 14, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: (none)

 

Classwork:


1) Meet at the Media Center to work on an online Astronomy lesson, "Stars and the H-R diagram" Turn in any work done by the end of class.



Homework 

ASTRONOMY: COSMIC CALENDAR DUE THIS FRIDAY (SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR DETAILS)


!!QUIZ #2 ON THE COSMIC CALENDAR!! THIS FRIDAY (to give you more time to study)

- Be sure to know the chronological order of the eighteen events that occurred in history
- Be sure to know when (in years ago) the universe began, the Solar System formed, and when the first homo sapiens (humans) developed on the Earth
- Study your "From the Big Bang to the Present Day" video question sheet. I may ask you a question from that including what were the order in which animals developed (reptiles, fish, humans, mammals, amphibians) AND what discoveries allowed humans to flourish (become successful as a species)



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Wednesday, September 14, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 


Classwork:


1) Meet at the Media Center to work on an online Astronomy lesson, "Stars and the H-R diagram" Turn in any work done by the end of class.


Homework ASTRONOMY: COSMIC CALENDAR DUE THIS FRIDAY (SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR DETAILS)



!!QUIZ #2 ON THE COSMIC CALENDAR!! THIS FRIDAY (to give you more time to study)

- Be sure to know the chronological order of the eighteen events that occurred in history
- Be sure to know when (in years ago) the universe began, the Solar System formed, and when the first homo sapiens (humans) developed on the Earth
- Study your "From the Big Big Bang to the Present Day" video question sheet. I may ask you a question from that including what were the order in which animals developed (reptiles, fish, humans, mammals, amphibians) AND what discoveries allowed humans to flourish (become successful as a species)
- Know how to calculate the cosmic calendar date of an event from the actual age in years



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Tuesday, September 13, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: How did the ability to use fire give humans an advantage over other species?

 

Classwork:


1) Introduction to "STARS" with a close read on text. Discuss main points of the reading, highlight new terms, begin answering text dependent questions (TDQ's)



Homework "My Thoughts On School" essay on Google Classroom DUE TOMORROW

ASTRONOMY: COSMIC CALENDAR DUE THIS FRIDAY 

WEEK (SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR DETAILS)

!!QUIZ #2 ON THE COSMIC CALENDAR!! THIS FRIDAY (to give you more time to study)

- Be sure to know the chronological order of the eighteen events that occurred in history
- Be sure to know when (in years ago) the universe began, the Solar System formed, and when the first homo sapiens (humans) developed on the Earth
- Study your "From the Big Bang to the Present Day" video question sheet. I may ask you a question from that including what were the order in which animals developed (reptiles, fish, humans, mammals, amphibians) AND what discoveries allowed humans to flourish (become successful as a species)



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Tuesday, September 13, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  How did the ability to use fire give humans an advantage over other species?
 


Classwork:


1) Review converting actual time to Cosmic calendar time.  Turn in calendars and worksheets.
    
2) Introduction to "STARS" with a close read on text. Discuss main points of the reading, highlight new terms, begin answering text dependent questions (TDQ's)



Homework ASTRONOMY: COSMIC CALENDAR DUE THIS FRIDAY (SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR DETAILS)



!!QUIZ #2 ON THE COSMIC CALENDAR!! THIS FRIDAY (to give you more time to study)

- Be sure to know the chronological order of the eighteen events that occurred in history
- Be sure to know when (in years ago) the universe began, the Solar System formed, and when the first homo sapiens (humans)                 developed on the Earth
- Study your "From the Big Bang to the Present Day" video question sheet. I may ask you a question from that including what were the        order in which animals developed (reptiles, fish, humans, mammals, amphibians) AND what discoveries allowed humans to flourish          (become successful as a species)
- Know how to calculate the cosmic calendar date of an event from the actual age in years



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Monday, September 12, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: How old is the universe?  How old is the Solar System (including Earth)?

 

Classwork:


1) Finish Sequencing Cosmic Events Chronologically.  Turn in worksheet AND group calendar with the events and years ago they occurred printed on its appropriate Cosmic day.

2) Introduction to "STARS"



Homework "My Thoughts On School" essay on Google Classroom DUE WEDNESDAY NEXT WEEK

ASTRONOMY: COSMIC CALENDAR DUE THURSDAY NEXT 

WEEK (SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR DETAILS)

!!QUIZ #2 ON THE COSMIC CALENDAR!! THIS THURSDAY

- Be sure to know the chronological order of the eighteen events that occurred in history
- Be sure to know when (in years ago) the universe began, the Solar System formed, and when the first homo sapiens (humans) developed on the Earth
- Study your "From the Big Bang to the Present Day" video question sheet. I may ask you a question from that including what were the order in which animals developed (reptiles, fish, humans, mammals, amphibians) AND what discoveries allowed humans to flourish (become successful as a species)



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Monday, September 12, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  How many actual years are in a cosmic month?  How many days ago (on the Cosmic Calendar) did the first vertebrates emerge? (520 million actual years ago)
 

Classwork:


1) Finish Sequencing Cosmic Events Chronologically.  HOMEWORK if not finished
    


Homework ASTRONOMY: COSMIC CALENDAR DUE THIS WEDNESDAY  (SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR DETAILS)



!!QUIZ #2 ON THE COSMIC CALENDAR!! THIS THURSDAY

- Be sure to know the chronological order of the eighteen events that occurred in history
- Be sure to know when (in years ago) the universe began, the Solar System formed, and when the first homo sapiens (humans)                 developed on the Earth
- Study your "From the Big Bang to the Present Day" video question sheet. I may ask you a question from that including what were the        order in which animals developed (reptiles, fish, humans, mammals, amphibians) AND what discoveries allowed humans to flourish          (become successful as a species)
- Know how to calculate the cosmic calendar date of an event from the actual age in years



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Friday, September 9, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: What had to happen to Earth for humans to appear and survive? 

 

Classwork:


1Sequencing Cosmic Events Chronologically



Homework "My Thoughts On School" essay on Google Classroom DUE 

WEDNESDAY NEXT WEEK

ASTRONOMY: COSMIC CALENDAR DUE THURSDAY NEXT 

WEEK (SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR DETAILS)



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Friday, September 9, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  What had to happen to Earth for humans to appear and survive? 
 

Classwork:


1) Sequencing Cosmic Events Chronologically
    


Homework ASTRONOMY: COSMIC CALENDAR DUE WEDNESDAY NEXT 

WEEK (SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR DETAILS)


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Thursday, September 8, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal: Describe two human developments that helped with their survival and success as a species. (Periods 4 and 6 only)

 

Classwork:


1Finish Video with notes "From the Big Bang To the Present Day" Turn in Part 2 (#24 - 33)
    (Period1 only)

2) Continue with Brainstorming Cosmic Events and ordering them sequentially or chronologically. (Periods 4 and 6 only)



Homework "My Thoughts On School" essay on Google Classroom DUE WEDNESDAY NEXT WEEK





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Thursday, September 8, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Describe two human developments that helped with their survival and success as a species. 
 

Classwork:


1) Continue with Brainstorming Cosmic Events and ordering them sequentially or chronologically. 
    


Homework "My Thoughts On School" essay on Google Classroom DUE TOMORROW

ASTRONOMY: COSMIC CALENDAR DUE WEDNESDAY NEXT WEEK


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Wednesday, September 7, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  What happened first, amphibians or fish?  Extinction of dinosaurs or development of tough-skinned eggs?

 

Classwork:


1Finish Video with notes "From the Big Bang To the Present Day" Turn in Part 2 (#24 - 33)
    (Periods 4 and 6 only) Begin Part 2 (Period1 only)

2) Brainstorm review of Cosmic Events





Homework (none)



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Wednesday, September 7, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  What happened first, amphibians or fish?  Extinction of dinosaurs or development of tough-skinned eggs?

 


Classwork:


1Finish Video with notes "From the Big Bang To the Present Day" Turn in Part 2 (#24 - 33)
    

2) Brainstorm review of Cosmic Events




Homework "My Thoughts On School" essay on Google Classroom DUE TOMORROW



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Tuesday, September 6, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Describe the purpose of a Cosmic Calendar

 

Classwork:


1) Continue with Video with notes "From the Big Bang To the Present Day" Turn in Part 1 (#1-23)
    (Periods 4 and 6 only) Begin Part 2 (Periods 4 and 6 only)

2) Return August Journals and Teacher reminds class of expectations for journals





Homework (none)



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Tuesday, September 6, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Describe the purpose of a Cosmic Calendar

 


Classwork:


1Continue with Video with notes "From the Big Bang To the Present Day" Turn in Part 1 (#1-23)
    Begin Part 2 

2) Return August Journals and Teacher reminds class of expectations for journals




Homework (none)



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Thursday, September 1, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 

Classwork:


1) Turn in August Journals


2) Continue with Video with notes "From the Big Bang To the Present Day"



Homework (none)



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Thursday, September 1, 2016 


Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)

 


Classwork:


1) Turn in August Journals

2) Continue with Video with notes "From the Big Bang To the Present Day"




Homework (none)



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Wednesday, August 31, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6 


Journal:  How old is the universe?  What questions or curiosities might you have about the origins of the universe?

 


Classwork:


1) Finish designing hand-drawn bar graph for "Body Metrics," place in your spiral notebook, and place in its proper place in the classroom

2) Begin Astronomy.  Notes "Astronomy: The Cosmic Calendar"

3) Video with notes "From the Big Bang To the Present Day"



Homework Continue working on your bar graph for "Body Metrics" and click "Turn In" in Google Classroom DUE TODAY!

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Wednesday, August 31, 2016



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Fill in this conversion problem using dimensional analysis:

795.6 mg                ? Kg
-------------     x     -------------- = ? Kg
       1                      ? mg 

Classwork:


1) Finish designing your hand-drawn bar graph for "Body Metrics", staple to the back of your data table and then place your spiral notebook into its place in the classroom.


2) Begin Astronomy.  Notes "Astronomy: The Cosmic Calendar"

3) Video with notes "From the Big Bang To the Present Day"



Homework 

Continue working on your bar graph for "Body Metrics" and click "Turn In" in Google Classroom DUE TODAY!



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Tuesday, August 30, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 


Classwork:


1) Computer Lab (Rm 525) Work on "Body Metrics" Data Table and Bar Graph using "Google Classroom"




Homework 

Continue working on your bar graph for "Body Metrics" and click "Turn In" in Google Classroom DUE TOMORROW

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Tuesday, August 30, 2016



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 

Classwork:


1) Computer Lab (Rm 525) Work on "Body Metrics" Data Table and Bar Graph using "Google Classroom"




Homework 

Continue working on your bar graph and "Turn In" DUE TOMORROW



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Monday, August 29, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Find the average for the following group's height data:

175.2    162.0    150.8    167.7

 


Classwork:


1) Review answers to Quiz#1

2) Finish bar graphs for "Body Metrics" Activity #2

3) How to make a data table and Bar Graph using Google Sheets




Homework 

Join Google Classroom by Tomorrow using the username and password you were given.

The codes to join are below:

                                                                    64ef7d for period 1
                                                                    
                                                                    thcbjzy for period 4
                                                                    
                                                                    bgvnmas for period 6



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Monday, August 29, 2016



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Using dimensional analysis, convert 202.7 dkm to cm  
 

Classwork:


1) Review answers to Quiz#1

2) Finish bar graphs for "Body Metrics" Activity #2

3) How to make a data table and Bar Graph using Google Sheets




Homework 

Join Google Classroom by Tomorrow using the username and password you were given.

The codes to join are below:

                                                                    14hyxl for period 3
                                                                    
                                                                    32hxzut for period 5
                                                                    



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Friday, August 26, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 


Classwork:


1) Quiz #1 (Period 1 only)

2) Begin Activity #2 "Body Metrics"(periods 1, and 6)

3) Design a bar graph for Activity #2 (period 4)




Homework 

Join Google Classroom by Tuesday using the username and password you were given.

The codes to join are below:

                                                                    64ef7d for period 1
                                                                    
                                                                    thcbjzy for period 4
                                                                    
                                                                    bgvnmas for period 6



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Friday, August 26, 2016



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 

Classwork:


1) Notes on "Converting metric measurements using Dimensional Analysis"

2) Continue with Activity #2 "Body Metrics" Begin designing a bar graph


Homework 

Join Google Classroom by Tuesday using the username and password you were given.

The codes to join are below:

                                                                    14hyxl for period 3
                                                                    
                                                                    32hxzut for period 5
                                                                    



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Thursday, August 25, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  (none)

 


Classwork:


1) Review answers to Activity #1 "Measuring Practice"

2) Activity #2 "Body Metrics"

3) Quiz #1 (Periods 4 and 6)




Homework 


QUIZ ON THIS TOMORROW!! (Period 1 only) STUDY AND KNOW THE FOLLOWING:

- Rules and procedures in Mr. Bartleson's class
- Materials required for class
- What is the metric system and how it is based on the power of tens
- What are the three essential measurements in physical science and their basic units of measure
- Be able to identify the quantity of represented by each prefix.  Ex) deka (dk) is 10
- Be able to convert from one measurement to another using the metric table.

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Thursday, August 25, 2016



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  (none)
 

Classwork:


1) Quiz #1

2) Continue with Activity #2 "Body Metrics" 


Homework (none)




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Wednesday, August 24, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  What tool would you use to measure the volume of liquid in a container?  In what possible units?  What is the most reasonable unit of measure for the height of a flagpole? 

 


Classwork:


1) Activity #1 "Measurement Practice"


QUIZ ON THIS TOMORROW!! STUDY AND KNOW THE FOLLOWING:

- Rules and procedures in Mr. Bartleson's class
- Materials required for class
- What is the metric system and how it is based on the power of tens
- What are the three essential measurements in physical science and their basic units of measure
- Be able to identify the quantity of represented by each prefix.  Ex) deka (dk) is 10
- Be able to convert from one measurement to another using the metric table.



Homework 


Get a google account and "join" our Google Classroom page by following these instructions:

1) Go to danams.us

2) Click on google classroom

3) Put in email address as follows - use the first three letters of you first name, then the first three letters of you last name, then the number 17@danams.net

Ex) John Mitchel = johmit17@danams.net

4) For a password, put in your student I.D.

5) Put in your class code to join the class:  64ef7d for period 1
                                                                    
                                                                    thcbjzy for period 4
                                                                    
                                                                    bgvnmas for period 6


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Wednesday, August 24, 2016



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  What tool would you use to measure the volume of liquid in a container?  In what possible units?  What is the most reasonable unit of measure for the height of a flagpole? 
 

Classwork:


1) Review answers to homework 

2) Finish Activity #1 "Measurement Practice"

3) Begin Activity #2 "Body Metrics" - Period 3 only


QUIZ TOMORROW!! STUDY AND KNOW THE FOLLOWING:

- Rules and procedures in Mr. Bartleson's class
- Materials required for class
- What is the metric system and how it is based on the power of tens
- What are the three essential measurements in physical science and their basic units of measure
- Be able to identify the quantity of represented by each prefix.  Ex) deka (dk) is 10
- Be able to convert from one measurement to another without using the metric table.


Homework 

Get a google account and "join" our Google Classroom page by following these instructions:

1) Go to danams.us

2) Click on google classroom

3) Put in email address as follows - use the first three letters of you first name, then the first three letters of you last name, then the number 17@danams.net

Ex) John Mitchel = johmit17@danams.net

4) For a password, put in your student I.D.

5) Put in your class code to join the class:  
                                                                    14hyxl for period 3
                                                                    
                                                                    32hxzut for period 5
                                                                    



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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Convert the following:

42.5 cL ----->  L

0.008 kL ----->  mL

767 dg ----->  dkg
 

Classwork:


1) Materials and Organization Check

2) Continue working on pgs. 22 and 23 of Measurement and Conversion Practice worksheets.

3) Notes on "Tools of Measurement"

4) Activity #1 "Measurement Practice"


QUIZ ON THIS THURSDAY!! STUDY AND KNOW THE FOLLOWING:

- Rules and procedures in Mr. Bartleson's class
- Materials required for class
- What is the metric system and how it is based on the power of tens
- What are the three essential measurements in physical science and their basic units of measure
- Be able to identify the quantity of represented by each prefix.  Ex) deka (dk) is 10
- Be able to convert from one measurement to another using the metric table.



Homework 

Pgs. 21-24 of the metric measurement worksheets completed - DUE TOMORROW (Period 1 only)


Get a google account and "join" our Google Classroom page by following these instructions:

1) Go to danams.us

2) Click on google classroom

3) Put in email address as follows - use the first three letters of you first name, then the first three letters of you last name, then the number 17@danams.net

Ex) John Mitchel = johmit17@danams.net

4) For a password, put in your student I.D.

5) Put in your class code to join the class:  64ef7d for period 1
                                                                    
                                                                    thcbjzy for period 4
                                                                    
                                                                    bgvnmas for period 6


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Tuesday, August 23, 2016



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Convert the following:

42.5 cL ----->  L

0.008 kL ----->  mL

767 dg ----->  dkg
 

Classwork:


1) Materials and Organization Check

2) Continue working on pgs. 22 and 23 of Measurement and Conversion Practice worksheets.

3) Notes on "Tools of Measurement"

4) Activity #1 "Measurement Practice"


QUIZ ON THIS THURSDAY!! STUDY AND KNOW THE FOLLOWING:

- Rules and procedures in Mr. Bartleson's class
- Materials required for class
- What is the metric system and how it is based on the power of tens
- What are the three essential measurements in physical science and their basic units of measure
- Be able to identify the quantity of represented by each prefix.  Ex) deka (dk) is 10
- Be able to convert from one measurement to another without using the metric table.


Homework 

Complete the extension sheet for metric conversions  DUE TOMORROW

Get a google account and "join" our Google Classroom page by following these instructions:

1) Go to danams.us

2) Click on google classroom

3) Put in email address as follows - use the first three letters of you first name, then the first three letters of you last name, then the number 17@danams.net

Ex) John Mitchel = johmit17@danams.net

4) For a password, put in your student I.D.

5) Put in your class code to join the class:  
                                                                    14hyxl for period 3
                                                                    
                                                                    32hxzut for period 5
                                                                    



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Monday, August 22, 2016 


Periods 1, 4, and 6


Journal:  Explain how the metric system is based on the power of tens.  
 

Classwork:


1) Finish notes on the Metric System and begin working on worksheet of measurement practice (pgs. 21 and 22) PERIOD 1 ONLY

2) Continue working on pgs. 22 and 23 of Measurement and Conversion Practice worksheets.



Homework 

Class Syllabus signed - DUE TOMORROW

Materials Check  - DUE TOMORROW

(Be sure to have your four materials for class ready and that you have your binder science section organized as indicated in the class syllabus)

Have pgs. 21-24 of Metric worksheets done - DUE TOMORROW (PERIODS 4 AND 6 ONLY)


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Monday, August 22, 2016



Periods 3 and 5 (HONORS)


Journal:  Explain how the metric system is based on the power of tens.  Write your own conversion problem (with the answer) as an example.
 

Classwork:


1) Continue with practice measuring length and converting units worksheets (pgs. 21-24) DUE TODAY



Homework 

Class Syllabus signed - DUE TOMORROW

Materials Check  - DUE TOMORROW

(Be sure to have your four materials for class ready and that you have your binder science section organized as indicated in the class syllabus)

Complete both sides of worksheet "Writing Meters, Liters, and Grams" DUE TOMORROW



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Friday, August 19, 2016 


All Classes


Journal:  How many centimeters are in three meters?  How many mililiters are in 0.5 liters?
 

Classwork:


1) Continue notes on the Metric System

2) Practice measuring length and converting units



Homework 

Class Syllabus signed - DUE NEXT TUESDAY

Materials Check  - NEXT TUESDAY

(Be sure to have your four materials for class ready and that you have your binder science section organized as indicated in the class syllabus)


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Thursday, August 18, 2016 


All Classes


Journal:  (none) 

Classwork:


1) Finish reviewing the Class Syllabus

2) Continue the Introduction to the Metric System (class notes)



Homework 

Student Information Sheet - DUE TOMORROW

Class Syllabus signed - DUE NEXT TUESDAY

Materials Check  - DUE NEXT TUESDAY

(Be sure to have your four materials for class ready and that you have your binder science section organized as indicated in the class syllabus)



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Wednesday, August 17, 2016 


All Classes


Journal:  Design a bubble map that describes "technology." Then, tell me one thing about technology in society that concerns or scares you and why.  Tell me one thing about it that excites you or interests you and why.


Classwork:


1) Go over rules, type of classwork, and some procedures for the class.

2) Introduction to the Metric System (class notes)



Homework 

Student Information Sheet - DUE FRIDAY

Class Syllabus signed - DUE NEXT TUESDAY

Materials Check and Google Account check - DUE NEXT TUESDAY

(Be sure to have your four materials for class ready and that you have joined "Google Classroom" for your own class period)



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Tuesday, August 16, 2016 


All Classes


Journal:  (none)


Classwork:


1) Class Introductions

2) Student Information Sheet Assignment - due this Friday

3) Notes on Purpose and Required Materials for Class



Homework 

Student Information Sheet - DUE FRIDAY

Class Syllabus signed - DUE NEXT TUESDAY

Materials Check and Google Account check - DUE NEXT TUESDAY

(Be sure to have your four materials for class ready and that you have joined "Google Classroom" for your own class period)



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