These are for middle school. Write your grade and your name! Can I just buy a cheap used textbook off of amazon and use the above links for everything else? Below is the PowerPoint I showed last night if you would like to look through it—it goes over course description, grading, ect. I have attached the study guide below. Our test over this unit will most likely be Tuesday, April 2nd. Which, I would think, would mean that when their license expires the links would be invalid. I will attach all the corresponding Powerpoints below.
You can test out of the first two years of college and save thousands off your degree. This is also the day of our Biomes test. This week we will continue working on understanding all of the organ systems. I will post the requirements below. Tomorrow we will begin section 3 of chapter 5.
I am planning on the Test for chapter 7 to be on Wednesday, February 27th. Also, I am attaching vocabulary matching cards: you can print these, cut them out and quiz yourself. Ask them to show you how it's done! Complete with color figures, helpful illustrations, and thorough references--including Internet sources --this volume is a major resource for researchers and practitioners working in the earth and environmental sciences. A study guide will be sent home later this week. Please look over the study guide and your notes! We will have our first test next week. Today we are finishing up notes on the Carbon Cycle. I will also post some other helpful resources below: additional Dichotomous Key practice, Levels of Classification organizer, and the interactive textbook section.
Thank you-- Andrea Anyone else having trouble with the virtual labs? I am grateful I got to meet some of the parents last night. We will be studying chapter 4 for the next few weeks. Yesterday we began chapter 4 section 1, the Cells in Action. The final chapters offer a discussion of sensors relevant to the earth sciences--including radar, visible, infrared, and geophysical sensors--along with case study examples. The students took notes, watched an introductory video and completed a Biomes reinforcement sheet. These are for middle school.
I will attach the notes below. We have been having fun discussing Darwin and his theories by making a comic strip of some of his ideas. We only have 17 more days of school until our next break! Click the link below to get to the Brainpop quiz website. It also helps the students to be organized. Along the way we collected many stamps in our Nitrogent Travels Passport. This week we are finishing up the last section in Genetics with a discussion on some advances in genetics. Anyone can earn credit-by-exam regardless of age or education level.
We absolutely cannot take students who turn their forms in late. Monday we began discussing chapter 19; Cycles in Nature. We also are working on a Bird Beak Lab see below which demonstrates how the finches on the Galapagos Islands had to adapt to survive. There is an answer key on the last page of the attached pdf. Determine how to dress in January and July for each city. Some use Holt and some use Glencoe.
They must be turned in by the end of school Friday. Example: snow shoes, umbrella, sunscreen? Yesterday, we took measuring tapes and chalk outside and measured out the amount of rainfall each biome recieves in a year. I hope everyone has been enjoying the lovely spring weather. . The quiz format will be very similar to the Sponge Bob genetics sheet they completed last week. I have also attached the Natural Cycles Song by Mr.
I am looking for students who are able to follow a multiple step procedure. To start the topic off, we did a brainstorming activity to try to recall prior knowledge about the water cycle. I will attach a PowerPoint of key ideas from section 1 below. It was fun and an excellent visual for the students to see and compare the rainfall amounts. Each student will choose three activities from the Tic-Tac-Toe board to complete for a project grade. Today we are completing our final practice of Punnett squares. After we go over the instructions together your group will read through the procedure again together.