****  My email is jnavarre@mylpsd.com   ******   The one on the left of the page is an old email  My planning is 1030 - 1130 also.




I have added a project list at the bottom of the page.  The SECOND nine weeks projects are due by Friday December 15.  If your student has not turned it in by that Friday it will not be accepted.  They were given the assignment on the first day of school.  They can turn it in anytime they wish.

12-4  12-8   This week we will dive into Unit 3.  Its' called Earth's History.  We will start by reviewing geologic time scale and fossil records.  This will bring us to extinction and evolution.  We should have a test next week around Tuesday or Wednesday.  

11-27  12-1   We will take an open book test on Monday.  This will not be graded as a test, but students will be held accountable.  Tuesday we will review the test and the concept of weathering and erosion.  Wednesday we will review all information we covered in the past and on Thursday and Friday I will be out.  Students will be given a collective test of all material covered from the beginning of the year and be able to use notes and book to find the answers.  I'm not sure yet if we will have a sub for both days or at all.  Either way the assignment will be adjusted accordingly.  No vocabulary test this week.

11-13  11-17  Monday and Tuesday we will be building models.  Wed. we will take a test and Thur and Fri we will try to watch a video on plate techtonics.  We will have a vocabulary test on Friday.  Students will have to get the words from the board.  The words are on the board as of Monday 11-13

11-6  11-10  We will continue our unit 2 test on Monday followed by last weeks voc. test on Tuesday and the beginning of our atoms unit.  Atoms will take us through to thanksgiving.  We will start with the basics of an atom continued with the periodic table, and then combining the atoms to form simple molecules.  

10-30  11-3  On Monday there will be our weekly voc. test.  We will have another on Friday.  Subduction, core, convection currents, sedimentary rock, metamorphic rock, igneous rock, Pangea, absolute dating, relative dating, and petrified will be on the test.  We will also have a chapter test on the same information either Thursday or Friday depending on how long it takes the students to complete their projects.  The project is to be done in class but can be found at the bottom of this page.  
 










 
 

    
      
    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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Jason Navarre,
Aug 31, 2015, 3:05 AM
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Jason Navarre,
Aug 31, 2015, 3:05 AM
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Jason Navarre,
Oct 18, 2017, 5:47 AM