Jan. 7-10, 2014

Monday (no school professional development)

Tuesday
1. Answer the Bellwork question: 1.  Write a paragraph explaining what you did on your Christmas vacation.
2. Answer student information page
3. Draw and label safety symbols
4. Compare lab safety rules to pictures of lab errors
5. Identify proper lab safety procedures
6. HAND UP PAIR UP SHARE the lab safety scenarios and identify what is wrong in each
7. Answer the lab safety test

Wednesday
Answer the bellwork questions: 1. What is the first thing to do when an emergency happens in the lab? 2. Why are safety symbols listed on experiments?
1. Construct the Foldables study organizer on page 5
2. Read chapter 1 section 1
3. Define all new vocab words and make your own notes
4. Construct a scientific method diagram
5. Answer the self-check questions 1-3 on page 13
6. Using KAGAN shoulder partners, read each scientifc method scenario and identify the parts of the scientifc method in each
7. Answer Glencoe.com brain pop quiz
8. Brainstorm vaious questions that science can and cannot answer using KAGAN face partners

Thursday
Answer the bellwork questions: 1. What is the difference between an independent variable and a dependent variable? 2. What is the difference between a control group and an experimental group?
1. Complete scientific method work from yesterday
2. Read chapter 1 section 2
3. Define all new vocab words and make your own notes from chap 1 sec 2
4. Construct tables of common prefixes in the SI system
5. Answer the self-check questions 1-3 on page 21
6. Convert SI units with KAGAN shoulder partners
7. Answer Glencoe.com brain pop quiz
8. Measure the length of the smartboard using both meters and yards. Compare and contrast the findings of each
9. Answer the Math Practice Problems 1-10 on page 834

Friday
Answer the bellwork questions: 1. /convert the following: 6 grams = ____ kg, and 4 meters = ____ cm
1. Read chap 1 section 3
2. Define all new vocab words and make your own notes from chap 1 sec 2
3. Construct a circle graph, bar graph, and line graph
5. Answer the self-check questions 1-4 on page 26
6. Answer Glencoe.com brain pop quiz
7.  Practice interpolation and extrapolation of data on graphs

My Classrooms
Physical Science
Biology