Earth Science

***NOTICE: THE QUIZ WAS DELAYED TO MONDAY, 3/12**** Week of March 5 - March 9

Homework: Monday - Cornell 10.1 with questions

Tuesday - Cornell 10.2 with questions

Wed. - Cornell 10.3 with questions

Thurs. - Chap. 10 Review, 1-26

Classwork:

Monday - Video with notes. Plate Tectonics

Tuesday - finish video and notes

Wed. - Magnetism demos.

Thursday - Plate tectonic activity

Friday - Quiz on Chapter 10

Week of Feb. 19 - 23 President's Week Vacation

This is a good chance to get caught up with any missing assignments.


Week of Feb. 12 - Feb. 16

Monday - Relative Dating activity pkt.

Hmwk: Finish "reading the rock story" on cross sections 1-12.

Tuesday - Practice taking Cornell notes, Ch. 8.1

Hmwk: Finish notes for Ch 8.1, read and take notes on Ch. 8.2

Wednesday - Lecture on superposition and uniformitarianism.

Hmwk: Cornell notes and questions, Ch. 8.3

Thursday - SKI DAY!!

Friday - Labs: Half-Life demo.

Fossil Record

Week of Jan. 22 - 26

Monday - Mineral Resources

Hmwk: Cornell Ch 7.1, questions 1-7, pg. 158

Tuesday - Uses of Minerals mini research project - Please bring computer.

Hmwk: Create Study Guide for Wed. quiz, covering Ch. 6 and 7.1


Wednesday - Quiz - Ch. 6 and 7.1

Hmwk: finish presentation piece for Mineral Use project

Thursday - Lab Day, Coal Impurities (Shortened Day)

Hmwk: Cornell Ch. 7.2, questions 1-6, pg. 164

Friday - Present Mineral Research project

Week of Jan. 8 - 12 Welcome Back!

Monday - Minerals (cont.)

Class: Review of characteristics of minerals

Hmwk: Ch. 5 Standards Assmt., pg. 118, 1 -13

Tuesday - Density

Class: Density Lab

Hmwk: Pick any mineral, research its uses, and create a brochure. Due Friday.




Week of Nov. 27 - Dec. 1

Monday - Earth's Chemistry Class: Atomic Structure, ppt notes

Hmwk: Cornell notes, Ch. 4, section 1, questions 1-7, pg. 86

Tuesday - Intro. to Periodic Table

Class: Finish ppt notes from Monday. Color periodic table by elemental type. What is a metal anyway?

Hmwk: Atomic structure worksheets

Wednesday - Molecules and Compounds

Class: LAB: Physical Properties of Elements, pg. 98-99

Hmwk: Lab Write Up

Thursday - Bonding

Class: Lecture with worksheets

Hmwk: Cornell Notes, Ch. 4, Section 2, questions 1-9

Friday - Chemical Equations -" Matter can be neither created or destroyed"

Class: Explanation of Law of Conservation of Matter

Practice balancing chemical equationsW

Week of Nov. 6 - Nov. 9 - This week we will continue with our study of maps.

Homework - Monday, 11/6 Read Chapter 3.2 . Take Cornell notes and answer questions at the end of the section.

Tuesday, 11/7 . Read Chapter 3.3. Take Cornell notes and answer questions at the end of the section.

Wednesday, 11/8 . Start Chapter reviews.

Thursday, 11/9 (No school on Friday) Assignment due Monday 11/13. "Cornell" the notes from all Chapter 3 sections(4). Write 16 good test questions (4 per section). Write a summary for each section.

Class - Monday - Finish video on latitude and longitude, take notes

Tuesday - Earth, video with 20 facts (graded)

Wednesday - Latitude Longitude Scavenger Hunt activity (graded)

Thursday - finish latitude/longitude activity (if necessary), continue with Earth video

Week of Nov. 13 - Nov. 17 - Test on Friday!!

Homework - Monday and Tuesday. Do the Chapter Reviews for both Chapter 2 and Chapter 3.

Chapter 2, pg. 44. Questions 1-29, 35-37

Chapter 3, pg. 70 . Questions 1-27, 34-36

Class - Monday - finish video with 20 facts

Tuesday - Re-do topographic map activity

Prepare presentation using cycle postero

Wednesday - Teach class about your assigned Earth cycle

Thursday - finish student directed cycle lessons

Friday - Chapter 2 & 3 Test

**Notice: Chapter 2 & 3 Test - Friday, 11/17**