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Week of May 2-6, 2011
 M 5/2  Limnology Unit:  Great Lakes, then notes on pp 168-173.  Great Lakes packet of facts with guided reading questions. 

 T 5/3  Start class with getting the overdue quiz "Currents" out of the way.  Pre-Lab on Lamprey p 174. Zebra Mussels p 179. 

 W 5/4 Lamprey Dissection.  pp 175-178.
 Th 5/5  Review for quiz.  Bill Nye movie on lakes and ponds.  The take the Limnology Quiz.
 F 5/6  Conference Day.  No School. 
 
Week of April 25-29, 2011
 M 4/25  Pair and Share p 197.  (With substitude in the am)
 T 4/26  ACT Test Prep
 W 4/27 ACT TEST for Juniors.  No school for the other grades.
 Th 4/28  Review p 200 plus slide show to be prepared for tomorrow.
 F 4/29  TEST "Motion of the Ocean".
 
Week of April 18-22, 2011
 M 4/18     Tides pp 186-188, and pp 182-183.
 T 4/19  Review Tides and then take Tide test which has a lot of graphing.      
 W 4/20  Review for the Motion of the Ocean Test.  Starts on p 200 and then students take notes from a review power point.  Together they make up the review worth 15 points. 
 Th 4/21 Video: "Coast"  Turn in video notes to the sub.
 F 4/22 No Students "Assessment Day". 
 
Week of April 11-15, 2011
 M 4/11 Wave Notes.  pp 201-207.
 T 4/12 Coastal Processes.  Students answer questions from an American Meteorological Society worksheet and turn them in.
 W 4/13 Military Time (for Tides) pp 184-185,  Tides - graphing pp 182-183.
 Th 4/14 Tides Power point notes pp 180-181.  Article with quesitons on ElNino. p
 F 4/15 Field Trip to the Downtown Aquarium in Denver and to Casa Bonita.  Video:  Tidal Seas with substitute. 
 
Week of April 4-8, 2011
 M4/4 Marine Resources.  Students go to ch 17, p 492 in the text book and answer questions from a powerpoint on this website under 'Oceanology Power Points and Assignments' called "Marine Resources".  This is a guided reading assignment.  On Thursday there will be a quiz over this material.  It will be a constructed reponse type of quiz and the students will be able to use their text book.          
 T4/5 Penguins.  Using an internet website, students report on each of the 17 species of penguins.  pp 114-119 in the class book.    
 W 4/6  Students finish up penquins and go on to the Maps of the Ocean Floor that are found at the back of our class book.  They label each location using the internet. pp 249 to the end of the book. 
 Th 4/7 Open text book quiz on Marine Resources.  Then, "Ocean Currents" pp 213-217. 
 F 4/8 Bell Work:  "All About Longitude".  "Ocean Currents" pp 213-217.  Then graphing Tides p 189.
 
Week of March 28 - April 1, 2011
 M 3-28-11 Bell Work:  "Navigation"  fill out page 163 from a newspaper article.  (This assignment about Navigation is in honor of Shackleton's life boat making it 800 miles over the roughest seas in the world using only a sextant.)  Maps pp 150-151, and pp 160 and 162.
 T 3-29-11 Marine Birds pp 108-112.  Students see a slide show of 14 marine birds, they label and color them in their book.  Then interpret a chart to answer questions about them. 

 W 3-30-11 Review pp 154-162.      

 Th 3-31-11 TEST "Polar Oceans"
 F 4-1-11 Lab:  "Examining A Bird Wing".  pp 104-107.
 
Week of March 21-25, 2011
Spring Break!
 
Week of March 14-18, 2011
 M 3-14-11 Bell Work: AGAP (Antarctica's Gambertsev Province).  "Why the Poles are Cold?"  Study on the way the sun's rays hit the planet throughout the course of the year.  Also introducing the concept of albedo or reflectivity.
 T 3-15-11  BW:  Glaciers.  Finish the packet called "Why the Poles are Cold?"  Notes: pp 127-130.
 W 3-16-11  Bell Work: Awesome Antarctica.  Finish Notes pp 127-130.  Start video:  "Shackleton's Antarctic Adventure" pp 134-137. 

 Th 3-17-11 BW:  Exploring Antarctica.  Finish movie pp 134-137.  Start another good movie called "The Frozen World".  Students turn in notes that give 7 locations and a long list of all the living things at those locations.

 F 3-18-11  Bell Work Quiz # 1.  Finish and turn in the movie notes "The Frozen World". 
 
Week of March 7-11, 2011
 M 3-7-11  "Shackleton's Forgotten Adventure"  Guided Reading Questions on this article pp 138-140.  After the first page some students took the option to switch gears and do the reading on pp 152-153 and do Cornell Notes. 
 T 3-8-11  Finish up the guided reading on "Shackleton's Forgotten Adventure" and the Cornell Notes on the Polar Ocean pp 152-153. 
 W 3-9-11  CSAP
 Th 3-10-11 CSAP
 F 3-11-11  Since a 27 foot tsunami hit Japan this morning, we had a tsunami day.  BW:  14 questions on today's tsunami and the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.  Video:  "Tsunami: Killer Wave".  pp 210-212.
 
Week of February 28 - March 4, 2011
 M 2-28-11 Student reports or "teaching" on pelagic animals.  Posters turned in.
 T 3-1-11  TEST "Animals of the Pelagic Environment".  Finish up reports and turn in packet of notes (Per 4,7).
 W 3-2-11  CSAP
 Th 3-3-11 CSAP
 F 3-4-11  Polar Oceans - Introductory Movie:  Frozen Seas pp 145-147.
 
Week of February 21-25, 2011
 M 2-21-11 Presidents Day.  No School.
 T 2-22-11  Computer Day!  Students need to have completed 2 of the following 4 assignments.  (This is because for some classes some of the websites were blocked).  1)  Squid pp 102-103,  2) Reef Fish pp 83-85, 3) Unusual Fish pp 86-87, 4) Turtles pp 60-63. 
 W 2-23-11 BW;  Penguins.  "Penguins" pp 132-133, Color the 7 Sea Turtles pp 64-65, Color Squid pp 101-102, and begin review pages pp 124-126.
 Th 2-24-11  Power Point Review for Animals of the Pelagic Environment.  Possible essay questions.  Begin collaborative assignment in which students teach the class 1 of 17 questions about "Animals of the Pelagic Environment".    
 F 2-25-11 Presentation of lessons to the class by students.  Listening students are to take notes.  Students also create a lesson to go with the question they answered.  Most of this day was preparation.
 
Week of February 17-18, 2011
 M 2-14-11 Per 1:  BW: Whales & Whaling.  Pinnepeds pp 72-74.  Per 3, 4, & 7:  Fish of the Reefs.  Fish Shapes pp 90-91. 
 T 2-15-11 Per 1:  BW:  Fish of the Reefs, Fish Shapes pp 90-91.  Per 3, 4, & 7:  Finish Fish Shapes pp 90-91, Identifying fish using a dichotomous key page 82, Design A Fish pp.  88-89. 
 W 2-16-11  BW:  Colorado Fish.  Create a dichotomous key for 10 Colorado Fish.  Complete Design a Fish pp 88-89.
 Th 2-17-11 BW:  Fish of the US.  (Per 7 BW:  American Fish".)  Page 97: Mini-Ecology Unit.  Per 7: Video:  Cities of Coral. 
 F 2-18-11 BW:  North American Fish.  Fish Dissection.  pp 92-96. 
 
Week of February 7-11, 2011
 M 2/7 Per 1: BW: "Dolphins & Whales". pp 80-81 "Whale Size Comparison", "Whales: General Information" article with questions part 2.  Period 3,4, & 7:  Notes "Animals of the Pelagic Environment" pp 50-56.  pp 80-81 "Whale Size Comparison".
 T 2/8 (Weather: 2 hr delay)  Per 1:  Bell Work:  Walrus.  Notes "Animals of the Pelagic Environment" pp 50-56.  Per. 3 Computer Lab "Sea Turtles". Per 4 & 7: Squid Dissection.      
 W 2/9 Per 1:  Dissect Squid.  Turn in write-up.  Per 3: Notes p 54.  Movie: "Open Ocean" pp 122-123.  Per 4 & 7: Squid Write-up. Movie: "Open Ocean" pp 122-123.
 Th 2/10 Per 1:  Notes p 54.  Movie: "Open Ocean" pp 122-123.  Per 3: Squid Dissection and write-up. Per 4 & 7: Notes pp 54,55 & 57.  Notes: "Life on a Whale Boat". Notes on "Otters" pp 68-69. Finish 80-81 and color p 71. 
 F 2/11  Per 1:  Notes pp 54,55 & 57.  Notes: "Life on a Whale Boat". Notes on "Otters" pp 68-69. Finish 80-81 and color p 71.  Period 3,4 & &: Pinnepeds.
 
Week of January 31-February 4, 2011
 M 1/31 BW: Killer Whales. "Whale Compendium" pp 75-77.
 T 2/41 SNOW DAY!
 W 2/2 SNOW DAY!
 Th 2/3  Per 1: Finish "Whale Compendium" pp 75-77.  Per 3,4, & 7: "Grey Whale" pp 78-79. "Whales: General Information" article with questions part 1.
 F 2/4 Per 1: Notes "Animals of the Pelagic Environment" pp 50-53. "Whales: General Information" article with questions part 1. Periods 3,4, & 7: Bell Work: Cetaceacetera. (Dolphins & Whales" for 7th per BW).  "Whales: General Information" article with questions part 2.
 
Week of January 24-28, 2011
 M 1/24/11  Movie:  (with sub) "American Shark". pp 31-32.
 T 1/25/11  Movie:  "The Ultimate Guide to Sharks" pp 44,45.
 W 1/26/11  Lab Write-up for Shark Dissection.  Review pages 46-47. Clicker Game for Review.
 Th 1/27/11 SHARK TEST.  Introduction to Sea Turtles pp 57-59.
 F 1/28/11 "Animals of the Pelagic Environment" is the new unit.  Students finished Sea Turtles pp 57-59 and some started the Whale Compendium pp 75-79.  We watched a 30 minute movie called "The Great Whales" p 67.
 
Week of January 17-21, 2011
 M 1-17-11 No School! Martin Luther King Day.
 T 1-18-11  Shark Dissection Day 1 pp 33,34.  Movie: Great White Shark. p 30.
 W 1-19-1 Shark Dissection Day 2 pp 35-36.
 Th 1-20-11 Shark Dissection Day 3 pp 37-41.    
 F 1-21-11 Shark Dissection Day 4 and lab write-up.  pp 42-43.
 
Week of January 10-14, 2011
 M 1-10-11 BW: Megalodon.  Shark Teeth Lab p 11.
 T 1-11-11    BW:  Sharkcetera. Elasmobranchs part 1 (read, questions & color) pp 12-14. 
 W 1-12-11 Computer Lab. Shark Compendium. pp 18-22.
 Th 1-13-11 Megalodon Article & p 23.  10 sharks packet & pp 26-27.  Elasmobranchs part 2 pp 15-17.
 F 1-14-11 10 Myths About Sharks pp 24-25.  Video:  Secrets of the Ocean Realm: Sharks! pp 28-29.  Turn in class books. 
 
Week of January 5-7, 2011
 M 1-3-11        
 T 1-4-11
 W 1-5-11  Welcome Back!  BW:  Prehistoric Marine Reptiles.  Page 186 Sea Creature Tading Cards, Page 187 Labeling, Page 185 creating a graph of the Western Interior Sea (over the top of the modern day US).      

 Th 1-6-11    Movie:  Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure.  Page 188 Colorado Springs - 69 million BC.

 F 1-7-11    Turn in old book for credit for pp 185-188 and pick up new book.  Went through rules and deadlines. did page 7, turned it in and then pp 8-10. 
 
Spring Semester Oceanology 2011
 
Week of December 13-17, 2010
 M 12-13-10  Finish Video "Dive to the Abyss" p 172.  Review for Final.

 T 12-14-10 Review for FINAL.

 W 12-15-10 Period 1 Final Exam Fall 2010.  Periods 3,4, & 7: Review for final with preparation for the optional essay questions. Students were instructed to bring their class book and notebook to the final so I could grade all ungraded work. 
 Th 12-16-10  FINAL Exam per 4.
 F 12-17-10 FINAL Exam periods 3 and 7.
 
Week of December 6-10, 2010
 M 12-6-10  1st period students completed Benthic Taxa and worked on Benthic Review.  (It is very difficult to find a slot for 1st period stdents to go to the computer lab).  Periods 3,4, & 7 went to the computer lab to do a lab called "Comparing Benthic Animals".  Students compare and contrast the animals of the benthic environment that we dissected and studied. 
 T 12-7-10  Per.1 Made up the cut and paste Mollusk assignment on p 131 and worked on review for test "Benthic Animals" pp 160-163.  Periods 3,4 & 7 finished the review pp 160-163 and got essay question prep for test tomorrow.
 W 12-8-10 1st period students did the "Deep Ocean" article and worksheet p 179 and the "Deep Ocean Creature Feature" pp 173,174.  Periods 3,4 & 7 took TEST "Animals of the Benthic Environment". 
 Th 12-9-10 Second Ocean Animal Project Due Today (Described on page 2 of class book).  Video "Dive to the Abyss" p 172.
 F 12-10-10 Per 1: Quick Review and TEST "Animals of the Benthic Environment".  Periods 3,4, & 7: went to the computer lab to finish and turn in the lab write-up "Comparing and Contrasting Benthic Animals".   Then students went on to do "Voyage to the Deep" an internet assignment with questions on pp 175-178.
 
Week of November 29- December 3, 2010

 M11-29 First Period: pp 167-171 Color and answer questions on Regions of the Rocky Shore pp 167-171. Periods 3,4 &7: Computer Lab Assignment: "All About Lobsters". pp 150-151.

 T 11-30 BW: "Sea Critters".  First Period finished up and handed in the "Regions of the Rocky Shore" paper that went with the coloring pages.  Periods 3,4, & 7 made it their goal to do the coloring pp 167-171 and the sheet of questions on the rocky shore and turn it in.  What was not completed in class was homework. 
 W 12-1 Turn in homework.  First Period in the computer lab "All About Lobster" pp 150-151.  When finished students completed the notes pages starting on page 107.  Per 3,4 & 7:  Observing how crayfish move and breath and then doing a crayfish dissection. 
 Th 12-2 Observing a Living Crayfish.  Students turned in lab write-up.  Questions on Crayfish dissection pp 152-153. 
 F 12-3  Benthic Taxa Unit Organizer p 159.  Review pages for test next Tuesday - pp 160-163.   Completed from #18 on in class the first part is home work. 
 
Week of November 22 and 23, 2010 (Last 3 days of the week off for Thanksgiving).
 M 11-22 Article with questions on the "Life Cycle of a Blue Crab".  Questions are on pp 154-155, students turned in their notebook paper with answers to the sub.
T 11-23 Movie: "Encountering  Sea Monsters".  Fill out questions in class book pp 135-6.
W 11-24
 Th 11-25         Thanksgiving.
 F 11-26
 
Week of November 15-19, 2010
Students  continued to examine animals of the benthic environment by finishing up mollusks and by observing living snails and mussels.  They also dissected a starfish and studied the crab. 
 M 11-15 BW: "I, Mollusca".  Periwinkle/Mussel Lab (Observing living specimen) pp 139-140.
 T 11-16 BW: "Starfish & Sand dollars" Mollusk photos pasted next to appropriate taxa in the book.  p 131. Starfish Pre-Lab p 141, and finally, begin coloring "Zones of the Rocky Shore" pp 167-171.
 W 11-17 BW:  "Sea Cucumbers".  Starfish Dissection.  pp 142-147.
 Th 11-18 BW:  "Maryland Blue Crab".  Observing a living blue crab pp 156-7.
 F 11-19 BW: "Hermit Crab"  Crab Dissection Write-up to turn in following the instructions on page 158. 
 
Week of November 8-12, 2010
Students continued their examination of animals of the benthic environment by studying mollusks.  We identified sea shells, dissected a clam and also examined sponges. 
 M 11/8 Mollusks p 132.  Students filled out a unit organizer on mollusks found on 132 from a short power point.  Then students examined 23 sea shells around the room in the "Sea Shell Lab" found on pp 133-134.  At the bottom of p 134 students were asked to identify 5 unknown sea shells labels A-E.

 T 11/9/10  Bell Work:  "Oysters: Great Mother of Pearls!"   Sponge Day!  Sponge Notes from the overhead (they go in the class work section of the student's notebook), then I have a page of info on sponges (pink paper) and the students answered questions from that sheet and did a coloring of sponges on the other side.  Homework if not done.

 W 11/10 Students turned in Sponge questions and coloring.  Bell Work:  Clams.  Then Clam Dissection.
 No School - Veteran's Day.
 F 11/12  Bell Work:  Starfish & Sand dollars.  Students finish up Lab Questions for Clam Dissection pp 137-138.  Then Notes: "Animals of the Benthic Environment" pp 107-110.
 
 
Week of November 1-5, 2010
 M 11/1 Students used the colored sea anemone (page 125) to follow a dissection demonstration and then to identify 8 parts of the sea anemone for a dissection quiz. 
 T 11/2 BW: "Jumping Jellyfish"  Movie:  "Biology of Cnidarians"  Students take notes and put them into their Class Work Section of their notebook. 

 W 11/3 BW: First a unit organizer on Cnidarians and then a bell work called "Coral Seas".  then "Cnidarian Taxa" pp 119-123.  Then started the movie "Coral Seas"

 Th 11/4 Computer Lab Assignment "Coral Reefs" pp 126-130.
 F 11/5 Finish video:  "Coral Seas".  Start "Mollusks" Overview p 132.
 
Week of October 25-27 Students assignments are transitioning from shoreline creatures like kelp to benthic animals in neritic zones. 
 M 10/25  "Along the Coast and Close to the Shore"  Packet with both reading material and questions on the material.  The last 2 pages are important and are worth 4 points each.  They are "Mutualism" and on the last page, creating a food chain in the kelp forest.
 T 10/26  Computer Lab assignment on Sponges, Cnidarians, and Echinoderms.  pp 115-118 in the class book.  Students match species to clues.
 W 10/27 "Color Instructions"  (pp 97-100) with Quiz and Coloring a Sea Anemone pp 124-125.
 Th 10/28  Parent/Teacher Conferences.
 F 10/29  Parent/Teacher Conferences.
 
Week of October 18-22, 2010  Students took notes on Macroscopic Protists, did a lab and finally took a quiz.
 M 10/18 Bell Work:  Edible Ocean.  Notes on Macroscopic Protists (things you don't need a microscope to see; sea weeds and kelp types) pp 90-95. 
 T 10/19 Lab: Drawing Macroscopic Protists from a collection of preserved species, also on back of paper students made one diatom slide and drew it.  Comparing Land Lettuce to Sea Lettuce page 96.
 W 10/20 Handed out flash cards for Macroscopic Protists.  Reviewed them.  Per 1 began coloring instructions pp 97-100.
 Th 10/21 Quiz on Macroscopic Protists.  Bell Work Quiz and Bell Work Collection.
 F 10/22 (with substitute) Mangrove article with questions.  When finished students turned it in to Mr. Johnson.  They could then get extra credit by starting on "Along the Coast and Close to the Shore". 
Week of October 11-14 M-Th. 
Students took notes on microscopic marine protist, look at them under the microscope and take a quiz on them.
 M 10/11 BW: Pfiesteria, Notes on Microscopic Protists of the Sea. pp 72-78.
 T 10/12 Finish Notes.  Phytopia (4 drawings of microscopic protists), Lab: Drawing 4 microscopic protists from prepared slides using the microscope.
 W 10/13 Review pages pp 85-86, Flash Cards. Video part 1 "Seasonal Seas"
 Th 10/14 QUIZ on Microscopic Protists.  Finish Video part 2 "Seasonal Seas"
 F 10/15   No School for You!
 
Week of October 4-8, 2010
Students found out which material in a boom soaks up the most oil by comparing felt, feathers or human hair.  We took the test on Biological Productivity and Energy Transfer. 
 M 10/4 Day 5 Oil Spill Lab - Filled out the data table on p 83.  Finish the part of the oil spill lab abut clean-up. 
 T 10/5  A couple minutes at the start of class to finish the oil spill labs, both the handout and pp 82-84. 

 W 10/6  BW: Squid Pro Quo.  Reiew Sheets pp 70-71, Review Essay option, game for review for tomorrow's test.    

 Th 10/7 TEST: "Biological Productivity and Energy Transfer"  Both scan tron and essays.  PROJECT #1 IS DUE!  SEE PAGE 2 IN CLASS BOOK.
 F 10/8  With guest teacher: Read an article on Marine Proists and answer questions on page 89.  Hand in to sub. 
 
Week of September 27 - October 1, 2010
Big Idea: Students continued to study Biological Productivity and Energy Transfer as well as looking at pollution problems such as oil spills like the one in the Gulf.
 M 9/27/10  Graphing Results from Last Friday's Clean-up.  pp 105-106. 
 T 9/28/10  Bell Work:  "Cleaning Up The Environment".  Read from 15 Ocean Conservancy Issues and write a paragraph to summarize at least 10 of them.  Students have 2 days to do this more than 10 is extra credit.  Each paragraph is worth 5 points. 
 W 9/29/10 Continuation from Tuesday.    
 Th 9/30/10 Oil Spill Lab. Students compare for 5 days two samples of pond water.  One covered with oil and the other normal.  Students count the number of organisms under a microscope.  This lab also contains a part where you dip a feather into oil.  Students draw the feather  viewed under the microscope before and after the oil drop. 
 F 10/1/10 Students continue to count organisms from yesterday's lab, but after that we begin the oil spill clean-up lab, in which students learn which type of oil sticks on to feather most.  Which oil is easiest to clean up and which cleaning agent is the best.  Students watched a slide show of oil spilled in the Gulf and a short video about why oil must be cleaned up from the beaches from the Ocean Conservancy. 
 
Week of September 20-24, 2010
Big idea:  Students are studying  Biological Productivity and Energy Transfer.
 M 9/20/10  Graphing Algal Bloom in Northern Temperate Waters.  pp 67, 68.  Students compare phytoplankton, zooplankton, nutrients and light throughout the year in waters off the US coasts to reveal the seasons in the sea.  Then p 61 Notes:  Biological Productivity and Energy Transfer.
 T 9/21/10    Remote Sensing Puzzles.  Groups of students cooperate to put together one of four puzzles on ways to study the ocean.  They then report to the rest of the class and finally write a paragraph with the many ways to study the ocean with remote sensing tools.  Then continue notes pp 61-66. 
 W 9/22/10  Pollution Problems.  Thermal Pollution.  "The Goldfish Lab"  Students learn the effects of heated or cooled water on Marine Life.  pp 79-81
 Th 9/23/10  Finish Goldfish Lab pp 80-81.  Then  "Oceanic Food Webs".  Students study a packet of ocean food webs and answer questions.  Turn in.  Then for 2 classes:  continue notes p 64.

 F 9/24/10  Field Trip Day Coastal Clean-up and Inland Waterways.   In Class:  Video:  "Seasons In The Sea".

 
Week of September 13-17, 2010
 M 9/13/10  Review for "Marine Habitat TEST pp 56-60,  Did 1-21 together.  Finish the packet as homework. 
 T 9/14/10  Finish Movie "Jewels of the Caribbean"  Finishing Day!  Work on Review packet and making sure your class book is ready to turn in after test tomorrow. 
 W 9/15/10  TEST "Marine Habitat",  Multiple Choice part 80 points. 
 Th 9/16/10  Part 2 of "Marine Habitat" TEST,  3 Short Answer questions and label the "Zones of the Ocean". 
 F 9/17/10  No School for You
 
Week of September 6-10, 2010
 M 9/6/10  Labor Day!
 T 9/7/10  "Topography vs. Bathymetry" pp 44-50.  Comparing the tallest mountain on land with the deepest spot in the ocean. 
 W 9/8/10  "Oceanic Model and Profile Map" pp 51-55.  Students sculpt a sea floor out of sand and then create a map of it. 
 Th 9/9/10  Marine Worm Notes.  Then Read, Answers Questions and Color Marine Worms pp 101-104.
 F 9/10/10  Video:  "Jewels of the Caribbean" pp 111-114.
 
Week of August 30 to September 3, 2010.
 M 8/30/10  Bell Work "Oceancetera" part 1.  Notes "Marine Habitat" p 33
 T 8/31/10  Bell Work "Oceancetera" part 2. Notes: "Marine Habitat" pp 34-36. 
 W 9/1/10  Bell Work "Larval Forms".  Marine Habitat p 37.
 Th 9/2/10  Osmosis Lab.  Demonstration and Write-up.  Video: Begin "Ocean Drifters" pp 39-40
 F 9/3/10  BW: "Bioluminescence".  Finish Video "Ocean Drifters" pp 39-43. 
 
Week of August 23-27, 2010

 M 8/23/10   Supply Check.  Finish Notes "History of Oceanology" pp 9-14.  Ocean Equipment p 21

 T 8/24/10  Ocean Equipment pp 21-24.    
 W 8/25/10    Finishing Day and Review for TEST pp 28-32    
 Th 8/26/10  TEST "History of Oceanology",  Class Book Check.  Students leave book. 
 F 8/27/10  No School for You!
 
First Week of School 2010
Week of August 16-20, 2010
Monday, 8/16/10

 

 

Tuesday, 8/17/10

 

 

Wednesday , 8/18/10

Welcome Back!  Go through info material pp 1-4 of classbook.  Brochure handed out for parents to sign.  "Get to Know the Teacher",  Get to Know Each Other",  Students Goal Card.    

Thursday, 8/19/10

 

Class overview "Oceanology Curriculum".  Overview of "Marine Phyla".   Begin Notes on "History of Oceanology"

Friday, 8/20/10

 

Continue notes pp 9-14.  Marlinspike (the art of nautical knot tying) p 25 and Semaphore pp 26,27. 

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