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Homework
Learning Log
11/15/17 Gas Laws Numbers App Activity
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#40 Take notes on this Crash Course Chemistry Gas Laws video
11/14/17 Ch 3 Study Guide due Wednesday before midnight
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#39 Research Jacques Charles. Create a learning log page dedicated to his life and work. What is Charles' Law? Include at least 1 photo, his mathematical and practical interpretations of Charles' Law and one sketch using your stylus. Site the resources you used on this page as well.
11/13/17 Ch 3 Study Guide due Wednesday before midnight
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#38 Research Robert William Boyle. Create a learning log page dedicated to his life and work. What is Boyle's Law? Include at least 1 photo, his mathematical and practical interpretations of Boyle's Law and one sketch using your stylus. Site the resources you used on this page as well.
11/6/17 EC Book and Chapter 3 Study Guide
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#37 AY Presentation Day - Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
11/2/17 Read Chapter 3
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#36 AY Presentation Day - Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
10/30/17 AY Timelog, Cover Page and Bibliography must be printed and handed in BEFORE you present.
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#35 Read page 92 of your science textbook. Use images, drawings and words to demonstrate your understanding of the SOLID STATE of matter including both AMORPHOUS and CRYSTALLINE SOLIDS.
10/26/17 AY project due November 3, 2017
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#34 Import this 4 Phases of Matter image into your Learning Log and explain what is happening in terms of ENERGY as substances undergo Changes of State. Think about evaporation and boiling. Label the space on the image where Evaporation and Boiling should be. Also label where Snow formation could be found.
10/25/17 AY project due November 3, 2017
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#33 Take a picture of Figure 13 on page 70. Which of the 4 types of chemical changes best describes burning a candle?
10/24/17 AY project due November 3, 2017
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#32 Take a picture of the graph on page 75 and answer the 4 questions about energy changes during chemical reactions.
10/23/17 AY project due November 3, 2017
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#31 Take notes on this Bozeman Physical and Chemical Changes video then discuss your observations from the Chemistry in A Bag lab.
10/19/17 Chemistry in a Bag Lab due Tuesday 11/24
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#30 AY1 Presentation lottery. Each student will pick a day and time for their AY1 Presentation. Ms Eagle will use a lottery selection process for choice in days. Post the DATE and ORDER for your AY Presentation. Place a screen shot of your Google Calendar with your assigned time. Ms Eagle's AY1 Presentation schedule
10/18/17 Read Chapter 2 by Monday
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#29 Take a picture of Figures 2 and 3 from pages 60-61 of your science textbook. Explain what are Physical and Chemical properties of matter. Ms Eagle will place a type of MATTER on your table. Take a photo of the matter and then describe its physical and chemical properties.
10/17/17 AY project due November 3, 2017
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#28 Heat is transferred via 3 processes: Conduction, Convection and Radiation. Take notes on this video and then explain how the 3 types of heat transfer worked on your Cube Cooler Challenge. Bozeman Science-HEAT
10/16/17 Noble Prizes 2017 summary due October 16
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#27 Today you will be doing a Design Thinking challenge called The Cube Cooler Challenge. Take notes on this video and highlight any vocabulary word then post a screen shot of the Infographic you create after the lab on this Learning Log. Bozeman Science-Energy Transfer
10/11/17 Noble Prizes 2017 summary due October 16
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#26 Ropes course week modified Learning Log. After your second session working independently in science this week place photos of your progress on the Nobel Prize document here.
10/10/17 Noble Prizes 2017 summary due October 16
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#25 Ropes course week modified Learning Log. After your first session working independently in science this week place photos of your progress on the Nobel Prize document here.
10/5/17 AY 1 Intro, hook materials and procedure due Friday
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#24 Yesterday we studied the physical properties of water during Part 1 of the Rainbow Volume Lab. Take notes on this Bozeman Science-Water A Polar Molecule video then discuss your observations of Adhesion and Cohesion in water. Use and highlight as many vocabulary words as possible.
10/4/17 AY 1 Intro, hook materials and procedure due Friday
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#23 Define the terms ADHESION, COHESION and ELECTRONEGATIVITY. Ms Eagle will discuss and demonstrate some of the physical properties of water. Take notes on this discussion.
10/3/17 AY 1 Intro, hook materials and procedure due Friday
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#22 Kaboom-Nova Video Notes. From Google Classroom, open and complete in Notability then submit screen shots here for log#22
10/2/17 AY 1 Intro, hook materials and procedure due Friday
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#21 Research Alfred Nobel. Create a learning log page dedicated to his life and work. Who were Bertha and Emil? Include at least 1 photo, 1 quote and one sketch using your stylus. Site the resources you used on this page as well.
9/27/17 AY 5-reference bibliography due Friday and Ch 1 Test Friday
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#20 Complete the Density Lab in class today and submit photos of all portions before you leave class today. Also make your claim and support with evidence about which theme fits well with this lab.
9/26/17 AY 5-reference bibliography due Friday
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#19 Ms Eagle passed out a paper copy of the Participation and Citizenship rubric in class. Circle at least 5 behaviors you believe are your best traits/behaviors I can observe in class daily and then underline at least 5 traits/behaviors you think you might need to work on to get a good score on this portion (15%) of your overall grade in my class. Take a photo of your paper rubric and import it to this learning log space.
9/25/17 Test on Chapter 1, Metrics, Scientific Inquiry and Graphing
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#18 Take a picture of the photo on page 26 of your science textbook. What are three units scientists use to measure temperature (only 2 are listed in this text)? Why is the Celsius scale best for you to use in science class?
9/21/17 AY 1 Proposal Form due Friday!!
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#17 Take notes on the video about Qualitative and Quantitative Data then place a screen shot of the results of the Candle Lab here in this learning log. CLICK HERE
9/20/17 AY 1 Proposal Form due Friday!!
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#16 Ms Eagle will demonstrate how to access the library databases (SIRS and Worldbook) required for researching your AY topic. She will also show you how to use the timelog spreadsheet. Take a photo of your timelog after entering 30 minutes from September 12, 2017 for topic research.
9/19/17 AY 1 Proposal Form due Friday!!
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#15 Graphs in science. Graphs allow scientist to analyze data from experiments. Take a photo of the 5 graphs on pages 40-41. Identify the manipulated and responding variable in each graph and identify any trends (patterns) the data suggests.
9/18/17 Science Safety Contract due Wednesday
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#14 Safety and Science Equipment-What are the basic rules for safety in the science classroom? What are the names of some of the most important pieces of laboratory equipment. Watch this video and take notes on safety and lab equipment that is available to borrow for your AY projects.
9/14/17 Controls and Variables at Bikini Bottom
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#13 Search the internet for "author Steven Johnson" and copy and source an image of both this exceptional storyteller and an image of his book, "How We Got To Now". You will spend the remaining class time taking notes here in this learning log on his episode "Cold." @stevenbjohnson Don't forget to choose a theme for this video and justify your "claim" with evidence from the video.
9/13/17 Controls and Variables at Bikini Bottom
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#12 Take a photo of the science equipment on your desk. Ms Eagle will demonstrate how to use a digital scale and the method of water displacement. Explain the process of water displacement used to determine the volume of irregularly shaped objects (no flat surfaces). Determine the mass, volume and density of the brass weight.
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9/12/17 Read Chapter 1 this week
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#11 After watching a several examples of AY projects from former students, make a bulleted list of the common features found in most of the projects. Then spend the remainder of the class period finding at least 6 projects from at least 3 categories (not life or behavioral science) from this website Click Here
9/11/17 Read Chapter 1 this week
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#10 What is Scientific Inquiry? Explain the process and list the 6 steps of the scientific method (inquiry) as outlined in your text pages 10-14.
9/7/17 Metric Me Portrait, Packet and Photo due Monday, September 11, 2017
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#9 Take a photo of the image on page 31 of your science textbook. Define the following terms:estimate, accuracy and reproducibility and explain why scientists strive for precision when they measure things in science.
9/6/17 Due Thursday 9/7/17 Parents As Partners
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#8 We discussed last week that MATTER has MASS and takes up SPACE. Mass is measured in grams (g) and the volume of solids is measured in cubic centimeters (cc). Take a photo of the science equipment on your desk. Use the triple beam balance and metric ruler to determine the mass and volume of the wooden block. Ms Eagle will demonstrate how to correctly use the balance. Use your stylus and the pen tool to label the dimensions on the block as well as total volume and mass with correct units.
9/5/17 Due Thursday 9/7/17 Parents As Partners
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#7 Use your Metric Staircase on the back of your Metric Me Packet to convert the following metric units: 22 liters = ____ml, 0.456 Km = ____cm, 24,500 grams = ____ Kg
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8/31/17 Explain Everything (EE Video) due Friday
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#6 What is the difference between mass(kg) and weight (Newtons) Watch this video ( CLICK HERE) and use page 21 of your science textbook to explain your understanding.
8/30/17 Explain Everything (EE Video) due Friday
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#5 Should the United States go Metric? Watch this video ( CLICK HERE) and then defend your Claim with Evidence from the video and your Reasoning.
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8/29/17 Explain Everything (EE Video) due Friday
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#4 Why is the Mystery Writing solution of baking soda and water NOT considered a Pure Substance? Use this image Diagram of Matter to help answer this question. Also use textbook pages 62-65 as a resource as well.
8/28/17 Explain Everything (EE Video) due Friday
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#3 Explain what the Mystery Writing Experiment was about in your Book Creator App Learning Log (see example in Google Classroom) research and define the following words: Solute, Solvent, Solution, Dilute and Concentrated in your answer.
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8/24/17 Mystery Writing Experiment
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#2 Are you ready for Design Thinking?
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#1 What was the most scientific thing you did this past summer?
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6/2/17 Egg Drop Project Due June 11
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#66-69 AY/Panther Pit Presentation - Name of presenter, Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing da
6/1/17 AY 3 or Pit Bibliography & Time Log PRINTED
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#65 AY/Panther Pit Presentation Day 1- Name of presenter, Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
5/31/17 AY 3 or Pit Bibliography & Time Log PRINTED
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#64 Take notes on Light in the Universe from the video: Crash Course Astronomy-Light
5/30/17 AY 3 or Pit Bibliography & Time Log PRINTED
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#63 What are comets? Research the Oort Cloud and the Kuiper Belt. Import images or sketches and describe in your own words to demonstrate your understanding of these important objects in space.
5/25/17 AY3 or Pit due FRIDAY
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#62 Take notes on the NASA video, "Journey to the Stars."
5/23/17 AY3 or Pit due FRIDAY
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#61 Who is Sunita Williams? What is her background? Research her and import an image of her on Earth and in space. Watch her in action on the International Space Station!Commanding the ISS
5/22/17 AY3 or Pit due FRIDAY
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#60 Take notes on the factors involved in OCEAN TIDES from the video: Crash Course Astronomy-Tides
5/18/17 Astronomy Webquest due Saturday May 20, 2017
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#59 Import 1 photo of Stephen Hawking and 2 of images of some of his book covers. Who is Stephen Hawking? Take notes on the following Stephen Hawking Video Into The Universe-The Story of Everything
5/16/17 Science Shoutout PRINTED IN COLOR due before you leave on Wednesday
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#58 What are constellations? Read this summary and include an image of the constellation Orion and identify at least 3 stars found in Orion. Chris Dolan Homepage
5/15/17 Science Shoutout PRINTED IN COLOR due tomorrow!!
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#57 Measuring extreme distances-take notes on the TED talk about measuring distances in space: Distance In Space
5/10/17 AY and Panther Pit Data/Graphs and Analysis due Friday
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#56 Take notes about gravity from this Crash Course Video The Gravity of the Situation
5/9/17 Quiz/Test on Chapters 9&10 May 11th, 2017
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#55 How does Earth's gravity keep our satellites in orbit above us? Use pages 404-405 to illustrate your answer to this question.
5/8/17 AY and Panther Pit Data/Graphs and Analysis due Friday
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#54 Momentum (mass X velocity) like energy, mass and matter, is CONSERVED. Look at the examples A, B and C on page 398. Sketch all 3 examples of the interacting trains and label how momentum is conserved in each example.
5/3/17 Energy & Falling Motion Lab due tomorrow night! Test on Chapters 9&10 next Thursday
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#53 Take notes on the Bozeman video- Simple Harmonic Motion
5/2/17 Quiz/Test on Chapters 9&10 May 11th, 2017
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#52 AY3 or Panther Pit Check in-provide a few sentence summary of your progress so far. Add a screen shot of your AY3/Panther Pit timelog on this page .
5/1/17 Energy & Falling Motion Lab
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#51 What are elastic forces and how are they related to the properties of matter? Read over the definition and examples and create a page that answers the questions above.Click Here
4/28/17 Speed Lab due tonight
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#50 Guest speaker Mr. Ben Dehan from Mill Valley Labs will be mentoring you on entrepreneurship and how to make your Panther Pit (or AY projects) into Real World Projects that could be entered into a local contest where the Young Entrepreneur Prize might be awarded to you or your team. Take notes on the specifics Mr. Dehan presents.
4/25/17 Friction Lab due Thursday
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#49 Using pages 382-383 make a chart with images and text that shows your understanding of the 4 types of friction.
4/24/17 AY#3 or Panther Pit Intro, Hook, Material & Procedure or Pit Due MAY 26th
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#48 Speed, Velocity and Acceleration. Take notes on the following Bozeman video Bozeman Motion
4/20/17 AY#3 or Panther Pit Intro, Hook, Material & Procedure or Pit Logo, Material, Cost analysi
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#47 Welcome to Physics Kick Off day! Most sports involve the basic principles of physics (motion, forces and energy.) Think about the human body as a machine and describe the properties certain bodies should possess to be successfully in different sports. Describe a sport you like to play. How does your body help or hinder you from being great at this sport. What are other ways humans can be involved in sports they love if their genetics isn't perfect for their "game"? Write at least 5 sentences.
4/19/17 Physics Webquest due Friday, April 21
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#46 Free body diagrams allow us to visualize all the forces acting on a object. Watch and take notes on this video and then make a free body diagram of an object with at least 3 vectors acting upon it. Bozeman Free Body Diagrams
4/18/17 Physics Webquest due Friday, April 21
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#45 Neil deGrasse Tyson has been quoted as saying, "I try to show the public that chemistry, biology, physics, astrophysics is life. It is not some separate subject that you have to be pulled into a corner to be taught about." What does he mean by this? How are YOU related to each division of science. Provide examples and at least 1 sketch to demonstrate your perspective. Also, choose a theme that you can support a claim with evidence from today's journal entry.
4/17/17 AY #3 or Panther Pit-Intro, Hook, Materials Procedure or Panther Pit Template Items
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#44 Begin a New Book Creator book entitled Physics and Astronomy 2017 Learning Log. Cover Page Include: selfie, 1 personal image with a question you wonder, a screenshot of the 7 themes and 1 Paper 53 sketch. (See example NEW LOG FORMAT )Then add a second page for learning log #44 Watch Youtube minutephysics and explain what the Physics of Football and Symmetry are and then Sketch and label something in Paper 53 that shows symmetry Football Physics and Symmetry
4/6/17 Acid Base Indicator Lab due Friday
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#43 Carbon is an enchanted element. How can this element be the hardest, softest, cleanest and dirtiest of all the elements? Watch Modern Marvels-Carbon to find out. Take notes and learn. Use your stylus to draw and show your learning. Modern Marvels Carbon
4/5/17 Acid Base Indicator Lab due Friday
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#42 The important biomolecules found in living things are: Nucleic Acids, Proteins, Carbohydrates and Lipids- Take notes on the Bozeman Video The Molecules of Life
4/4/17 Acid Base Indicator Lab due Friday
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#41 Take a picture of Figure 21 on page 278 and explain what happens in a neutralization chemical reaction.
4/3/17 EE Chemistry Video due tonight
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#40 Watch and take notes on this Bozeman video on Acid/Base Chemistry. Acids, Bases and pH
3/30/17 AY #3 or Panther Pit Bibliography due to G-class FRIDAY
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#39 We are now working on chapter 7: Solutions, Acids and Bases. All bases share common properties. Using pages 271-272 of your text please list, describe and sketch the properties of bases.
3/29/17 AY #3 or Panther Pit Bibliography due to G-class FRIDAY
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#38 We are now working on chapter 7: Solutions, Acids and Bases. All acids share 4 common properties. Using pages 268-270 of your text please list, describe and sketch these 4 properties of acids.
3/28/17 Kool Aid Lab due Wednesday
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#37 Import a photo of the graph on page 266 of your science textbook. Answer questions 1-4.
3/27/17 Double Replacement Lab due tonight
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#36 Take a picture of Figure 1 from page 257 of your textbook. Use the following terms to identify the basic parts of each common solution: solvent, solute and solution.
3/23/17 AY #3 or Panther Pit Proposal due to G-class FRIDAY
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#35 How can you change the rate of a chemical reaction? Let's watch Bozeman Chemistry to find out. Rates of Chemical Reactions
3/22/17 Single Replace Lab due Thursday
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#34 Take a picture of Figure 10 from page 227 of your textbook. Use the following terms to explain what is depicted in the photo: conservation of matter and mass, open system and closed system.
3/21/17 AY #3 or Panther Pit Proposal due to G-class FRIDAY
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#33 We now have experience with chemical reactions including decomposition and single replacement. Watch and learn, take notes and explain how to write chemical equations Chemical Formula and Equations
3/20/17 Single Replace Lab due Thursday
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#32 Answer questions 1a,b,c and 2a,b,c from page 221 of your science textbook.
3/17/17 Decomposition Lab due Friday
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#31 We now have experience with chemical changes such as decomposition reactions involving catalysts. Watch and learn, take notes and explain more types of reactions! Chemical Reactions
3/14/17 Decomposition Lab due Friday
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#30 We will begin our first CHEMICAL REACTION today!! Please discover Synthesis and Decomposition Reactions by watching this video Bozeman Science Take notes, draw with your stylus and show your understanding!
3/10/17 Chapter 5 Study Guide (in Google Classroom) due tonight
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#29 We now have a grasp of ionic bonding and metallic bonding is even MORE fascinating. Watch and learn, take notes and explain! METALLIC BONDING
3/6/17 Chapter 5 Study Guide (in Google Classroom) due FRIDAY
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#23-28 AY Presentation Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
3/1/17 READ CHAPTER 5 all week!
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#23-28 AY Presentation Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
2/28/17 PRINTED COPIES AY Timelog And Bibliograpy
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#23-28 AY Presentations- Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
2/27/17 PRINTED COPIES AY Timelog And Bibliograpy due SESSION 3
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#22 Use page 185 to describe ions. How do they form and what are polyatomic ions? Include a photo of Figure 8 in your answer.
2/16/17 AY Projects due on March 1 - NO DATA OR GRAPH CHECK:)
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#21 Use this image: Common Oxidation Numbers to write the chemical formulas for : Potassium iodide, Calcium fluoride, Aluminum chloride and the tricky Magnesium phosphide
2/15/17 Valentine's Element Gift Box due Tomorrow
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#20 Determine the oxidation numbers for sodium, calcium, chlorine, and phosphorus. Remember the "more than 4 get some more, less than 4 out the door" mnemonic device to help you.
2/14/17 Valentine's Element Gift Box due Thursday
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#19 To understand bonding in chemistry you must learn about the oxidation numbers of the elements and the octet rule. Watch and take notes on this video Oxidation Numbers
2/13/17 Valentine's Element Gift Box due Thursday
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#18 AY2 Check in-provide a few sentence summary of your progress so far. Add a screen shot of your AY2 timelog on this page .
2/10/17 Element Gift Box due NEXT Thursday, Feb. 16th
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#17 Take a picture of the Element Card you chose out of the box. Determine the number of protons, neutrons and electrons and draw a picture of this element using your stylus.
2/8/17 Ch. 4 Test tomorrow
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#16 Draw Lewis Dot Diagrams for 2 Alkali Metals, 2 Halogens and 2 Nobel Gases
2/6/17 Ch. 4 Test 3rd session this week
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#15 You will not understand how bonding between atoms works UNLESS you can create Bohr Models AND Lewis Dot Diagrams! Watch and Learn. Take Notes and Explain- Bohr Model Tutorial AND Lewis Dot Tutorial
2/2/17 Notability Bohr Model Activity due Friday
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#14 Research any element from the periodic table and make an infographic (images, drawings and text) about that element.
2/1/17 Notability Bohr Model Activity due Friday
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#13 Read and compare the lyrics to the song we learned in class last week "We are All Connected" to the excerpt from Bill Nye's 2015 Rutger's University Commencement Speech. What are some of the common messages found in both texts. Click Here
1/31/17 Notability Bohr Model Activity due Friday
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#12 We know that the elements in our body come from "star stuff." Use this image: Common Elements in Me & Earth's Crust to compare the most common elements found in your body to those found in the earth's crust. Explain what is common to you and the earth and what accounts for the differences.
1/30/17 Notability Bohr Model Activity due Friday
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#11 Watch the video about how we are merely "Star Stuff"and explain NASA's evidence that elements heavier than Hydrogen and Helium are merely products produced by stars: A Star Turns Inside Out
1/26/17 AY Intro, Hook, Materials & Procedure
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#10 Take notes on the video Radiation Paradise.
1/25/17 AY #2 Intro, Hook, Materials & Procedure due Friday
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#9 Take notes on the video from The Royal Society of Chemistry The Alkali Metals in Water
1/24/17 Skittlium Lab due Thursday
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#8 Take notes on the video from Crash Course Chemistry with Hank Green History of the Periodic Table
1/23/17 Half life Lab due Thursday night
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#7 When radioactive isotopes decay they may release alpha, beta and/or gamma decay. Sketch these three types of decay using page 160 and also state the penetrating power of the energy released.
1/19/17 AY2 Bibliography due Friday before midnight
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#6 Chapter 4 concludes with a unit on Radioactive Elements. Watch this Bozeman Video about the Atomic Nucleus
1/18/17 AY2 Bibliography due Friday before midnight
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#5 What is an electron? Watch the video about the Double Slit Experiment and explain the evidence that electrons behave like matter and energy Dr. Quantum How does making observations affect the results of the double slit experiment?
1/12/17 AY #2 Proposal Signed by Parents due to G-class FRIDAY
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#4 Answer questions 2a, b and c from page 130 using complete sentences. Then draw the 3 ISOTOPES Carbon-12, Carbon-13 and Carbon-14 as your sketches for today.
1/11/17 AY #2 Proposal Signed by Parents due to G-class FRIDAY
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#3 Take notes on the Bozeman video entitled History of the Atom. Atomic Theory
1/10/17 AY #2 Proposal Signed by Parents due to G-class FRIDAY
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#2 Take notes on the Crash Course Chemistry video entitled History of Atomic Chemistry. Crash Course Chemistry Atomic Chemistry
1/9/17 AY #2 Proposal Signed by Parents due to G-class FRIDAY
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#1 2017- Without using ANY resources please write down EVERYTHING you know or remember about ATOMS. What are they? When were they discovered? Who were the pioneering players in the understanding of atoms? What do they look like? Why are they important? What are the names of the major atoms in animals like us?
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11/28/16 See Sex Ed Folders
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Sex Education will not be available online. Please refer to your sex ed folder for specifics. Please check back in January 2017 for the regular science program.
11/17/16 Learning Logs 16-45 pdf
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#45 Search the internet for "author Steven Johnson" and copy and source an image of both this exceptional storyteller and an image of his book, "How We Got To Now". You will spend the remaining class time taking notes here in this learning log on his episode "Glass."
11/16/16 Learning Logs 16-45 pdf by Friday night
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#44 Watch this video Greenland and Iceland and explain all the interactions of solids, liquids and gases you observe. Don't forget to include the Aurora Borealis as the plasma state. What is happening here? Make labeled sketches if possible.
11/15/16 Learning Logs 16-45 pdf by Friday night
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#43 AY Presentations Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
11/14/16 Learning Logs 16-45 pdf by Friday night
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#42 AY Presentations Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
11/10/16 Halloween Video due Friday
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#41 AY Presentation Day 3 or 4- Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
11/9/16 Halloween Video due Friday
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#40 AY Presentation Day 3- Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
11/8/16 EC Energy Conversion Book due TONIGHT
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#39 The Nobel Prize 2001 in Physics (BOSE-EINSTEIN CONDENSATE) was awarded for the isolation of a 5th State of Matter . Explain your understanding of this phase using text and labeled drawings from this website CHEM4KIDS
11/7/16 EC Energy Conversion Book due Tomorrow
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#38 Plasma - The 4th State of Matter. Explain your understanding of this phase using text and labeled drawings from this website CHEM4KIDS
11/4/16 PRINTED COPIES AY Timelog And Bibliograpy
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#37 AY Presentation Day 2- Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
11/3/16 PRINTED COPIES AY Timelog And Bibliograpy
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#36 AY Presentation Day 1- Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
11/2/16 PRINTED COPIES AY Timelog And Bibliograpy
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EXTRA LOG Take notes on this Crash Course Chemistry Gas Laws video
11/1/16 PRINTED COPIES AY Timelog And Bibliograpy
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#35 What DATE and ORDER are you scheduled to present your AY #1 Provided a 3-sentence update on your progress. When will you PRINT your Bibliography and Time Log?
10/27/16 AY 1 Data, Graphs & Analysis due Friday
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#34 Use text pages 93 and 94. Fluids, substances that flow, include liquids and gases. Describe the properties of liquids including surface tension and viscosity.
10/26/16 AY 1 Data, Graphs & Analysis due Friday
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#33 Use page 92 of the science text to demonstrate your knowledge of the solid state of matter.
10/25/16 AY experiment due 10/28 with graphs
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#32 Ms Eagle will lead an AY presentation lottery for signups. Copy the completed presentations for your class AY SIGNUPS and send you and your parents an email of your scheduled presentation.
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10/20/16 AP Projects due in 20 days
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#31 Place a screen shot of your AY 10-Hour Timelog and write at least 3 sentences about the progress you have made.
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10/19/16 Rainbow Lab Tonight & AY experiment due 10/28 with graphs
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#30 Take notes on this Types of Energy and Energy Conservation video
10/14/16 AY Intro, Hook, Materials & Procedure
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#29 Search the internet for "author Steven Johnson" and copy and source an image of both this exceptional storyteller and an image of his book, "How We Got To Now". You will spend the remaining class time taking notes here in this learning log on his episode "Cold." @stevenbjohnson
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10/13/16 Cube Cooler Challenge Lab due tonight
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#28 Copy this IMAGE from Ms Eagle's Class Syllabus (you also have it in your Red Folder.) Add a Screen Shot of your PROGRESS REPORT sorted by Student Number. Write at least 2 sentences about your scores in ALL 5 Categories.
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10/11/16 AY Intro, Hook, Materials & Procedure
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#27 Ms Eagle will demonstrate how to use the App Genius Scan to make a Study Guide for Chapter 2 (textbook pages 81-83). Open your Genius Scan document in Notability and complete before Friday, October 21.
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10/10/16 AY Intro, Hook, Materials & Procedure
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#26 Take notes on this Bozeman Physical and Chemical Changes video then discuss your observations from the lab.
10/6/16 Nobel Prize Notability Doc and AY1 Bibliography due Friday!
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#25 Import this 4 Phases of Matter image into your Learning Log and explain what is happening in terms of ENERGY as substances undergo Changes of State. Why is evaporation missing from this image?
10/5/16 Nobel Prize Notability Doc and AY1 Bibliography due Friday!
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#24 Make a copy of this Citizenship & Participation rubric for my class. Paste the copy of the rubric in your Learning Log and identify 3 of your strengths and 3 areas you know you need to work on.
10/4/16 Nobel Prize Notability Doc and AY1 Bibliography due Friday!
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#23 Last week we studied the physical properties of water during the Drops on a Penny Lab. Take notes on this Bozeman Science-Water video then discuss your observations from the lab. Use and highlight as many science vocabulary words from the video as you can.
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10/3/16 Nobel Prize Notability Doc and AY1 Bibliography due Friday!
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#22: Use the Nobelprize.org website to determine who won in medicine, physics and chemistry in the year you were born. What is the significance of these discoveries?
9/29/16 Work on AY project
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#21 Research Alfred Nobel and the Nobel Prizes. Include history, dates and images.
9/28/16 Work on AY project
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#20 Import your graph from the Candle Lab make two inferences (conclusion) from the graph.
9/27/16 Work on AY Bibliography due Oct 6
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#19 Use textbook pages 58-61 to make a graphic organizer that demonstrates your understanding of the following vocab: Matter, substance, physical property and chemical property
9/26/16 AY 1 Proposal due Monday, 9/26/16
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#18 Ms Eagle will demonstrate how to copy the AY Timelog AND how to use the school databases for research, show evidence that you did both tasks on your Notability entry.
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9/22/16 AY 1 Proposal due Monday, 9/26/16
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#17 After watching a few examples of AY projects from former students, make a bulleted list of the common features found in most of the projects
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9/21/16 Learning Logs 1-15 due tonight into Classroom
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#16 Import this IMAGE into your Notability Doc and research the 3 categories that seem most interesting to you.
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9/20/16 Learning Logs 3-15 due Wednesday into Classroom
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#15 Research what chemicals are used in bubble solution. Find a good recipe for bubble solution and post in on your Notability Doc.
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9/19/16 Learning Logs 3-15 due Wednesday into Classroom
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#14 Import the photo of your Metric Me on to your Notability document and label your total height and length of shoulder to tip of middle finger
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9/16/16 Take Metric Me Portrait home or submit a photo before you leave class today
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#13 When making quantitative measurements in science we must consider accuracy and precision. Compare these two terms using the internet and this IMAGE
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9/14/16 Work on Metric Me (due September 19)
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#12 Watch the BrainPop video about Isaac Newton and write a summary about him.
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9/13/16 Metric Me Skeleton due next session
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#11 Take notes on this old-school video about the difference between Mass (kg) and Weight (Newtons). Eureka- Mass Versus Weight
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9/12/16 "It's All About Me" due next session
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#10 Using your Metric Staircase you received in class last week, convert the following metric units: 22 liters = ____ml, 0.456 Km = ____cm, 24,500 grams = ____ Kg
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9/8/16 Plank Lab Data due Friday
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#9 Test your knowledge by completing the "Little Millie Metric" narrative. Take a photo of your completed document and place it in your Notability Log.
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9/7/16 EE video & Numbers Calendar due tomorrow
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#8 If a centimeter is approximately the distance across your "pinky" fingernail, estimate to the nearest centimeter the following: Length of Thumb, Length from your Wrist to your Elbow, Distance from the top of your knee to the ground.
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9/6/16 Numbers App Calendar AND EE video due Thursday
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#7 Watch the quick tutorial on the Paper 53 app, play with the App for 5-10 minutes and then import a screenshot of your artwork into Notabilty.
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9/1/16 Work on Numbers App Calendar
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#6 Read textbook pages 7-9 and answer questions 1a,b,c and 2a,b,c from page 9 using complete sentences.
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8/31/16 Finish Numbers App Calendar
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#5 Take notes on the Bozeman Science video on Elements and Molecules. CLICK HERE
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8/30/16 15 minutes on Busy Bee Calendar
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#4 Why is the Mystery Writing solution of baking soda and water NOT considered a Pure Substance?
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8/29/16 Safety Contract Parent Signature
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#3 Explain what the Mystery Writing Experiment was about in Notability (see example on my homepage) research and define the following words: Solute, Solvent, Solution, Dilute and Concentrated in your answer.
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8/26/16 Mystery Writing Experiment
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#2 Are you ready for Design Thinking?
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8/25/16 Safety POP Quiz next week!
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#1 What was the most scientific thing you did this past summer?
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8/24/16 NONE - Welcome Back!
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8/23/16 Last Night of Summer Vacation!
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8/22/16 Physics Webquest due Friday, April 21
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#45 Neil deGrasse Tyson has been quoted as saying, "I try to show the public that chemistry, biology, physics, astrophysics is life. It is not some separate subject that you have to be pulled into a corner to be taught about." What does he mean by this? How are YOU related to each division of science. Provide examples and at least 1 sketch to demonstrate your perspective. Also, choose a theme that you can support a claim with evidence from today's journal entry.
8/21/16 AY #3 or Panther Pit Bibliograph due to G-class FRIDAY
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#39 We are now working on chapter 7: Solutions, Acids and Bases. All bases share common properties. Using pages 271-272 of your text please list, describe and sketch the properties of bases.
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8/19/16 Learning Logs 16-45 pdf by Friday night
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#45 Search the internet for "author Steven Johnson" and copy and source an image of both this exceptional storyteller and an image of his book, "How We Got To Now". You will spend the remaining class time taking notes here in this learning log on his episode "Glass."
8/18/16 Learning Logs 16-44 pdf by Friday night
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#44 Watch this video Greenland and Iceland and explain all the interactions of solids, liquids and gases you observe. Don't forget to include the Aurora Borealis as the plasma state. What is happening here?
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6/8/16 Egg Drop Project due Tuesday, June 14th
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#78 AY & Pit Presentations
6/7/16 BRING SCIENCE EQUIPMENT & Textbook back NOW!!!!!
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#77 AY & Pit Presentations
6/6/16 BRING SCIENCE EQUIPMENT & Textbook back NOW!!!!!
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#76 AY & Pit Presentations
6/3/16 Egg Drop Project due Tuesday, June 14th
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#75 AY & Pit presentations
6/2/16 Learning Logs Book Creator due Thursday
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#74 AY Presentation Day 2- Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
5/31/16 Learning Logs Book Creator due Thursday
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#73 AY Presentation Day 1- Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
5/27/16 AY & P. Pit Timelog & Bib Printed copies due 1st session next week
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#72 Ms Eagle claims that astronomy represents the union between chemistry and physics. Choose a side whether you agree or disagree with this claim. Provide evidence for your reasoning. Use the C.E.R menu attached to write a 1 paragraph response.
5/25/16 AY & P. Pit Timelog & Bib Printed copies due 1st session next week
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#71 Take notes on The Gravity of the Situation from the video: Crash Course Astronomy-Gravity
5/24/16 Astronomy Webquest due Friday
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#70 Take notes on Light in the Universe from the video: Crash Course Astronomy-Light
5/23/16 Panther Pit Videos due TONIGHT
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#69 Take notes on the factors involved in OCEAN TIDES from the video: Crash Course Astronomy-Tides
5/20/16 Pather Pit Video Pitches due Monday!!
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#68 None in lieu of the Planetarium experience.
5/18/16 Come to Open House:)
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#67 Take notes on the following Stephen Hawking Video Into The Universe-The Story of Everything
5/17/16 Science Shoutout in Color
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#66 What are constellations? Read this summary and include an image of the constellation Orion and identify at least 3 stars found in Orion. Chris Dolan Homepage
5/16/16 AY 3 Data, Graphs & Analysis or Panther Pit Prototype/Conceptuals due May 16
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#65 Provide and update on where you are with your AY#3 or Panther Pit Project. Minimum 3 sentences. Include a screen shot of your timelog as it looks today.
5/13/16 AY 3 Data, Graphs & Analysis or Panther Pit Prototype/Conceptuals due May 16
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#64 None in lieu of CST testing.
5/11/16 AY 3 Data, Graphs & Analysis or Panther Pit Prototype/Conceptuals due May 16
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#63 None in lieu of CST testing.
5/10/16 Pop Quiz on Chapters 9 & 10 May 16th
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#62 Take notes on the NASA video, "Journey to the Stars."
5/9/16 Ch 11 Activity due Friday
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#61 Two important motions in astronomy are rotation and revolution. Explain these phenomenon.
5/6/16 Pendulum & Friction Labs due Friday
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#60 Take notes on Ms Eagle's Astronomy PowerPoint slideshow.
5/4/16 Pendulum & Friction Labs due Friday
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#59 Please check your Progress Report grade and reflect on your progress so far during final trimester at Mill Valley School District. What are your goals for the final 6 weeks of school?
5/3/16 Pendulum Lab due Friday
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#58 Take notes on the Bozeman video- Simple Harmonic Motion
5/2/16 Speed Lab & Webquest 2 due tonight
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#57 Measuring extreme distances-take notes on the TED talk about measuring distances in space: Distance In Space
4/29/16 Speed Lab due Monday night
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#56 Please share all speed lab data, images and class averages with lab mates to complete the speed lab.
4/27/16 Physics Webquest 2 due Monday May 2
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#55 What is the formula for speed? How is this different than velocity?
4/26/16 Physics Webquest 2 due Monday May 2
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#54 Answer questions 1a,b,c and 2a,b,c from page 405 of your science textbook.
4/25/16 AY 3 or Panther Pit Timelog Update
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#53 Friction- there are 4 types of friction that can happen when matter interacts. Look at the image on page 383. Summarize the 4 types of friction and include images of each type.
4/21/16 Physics Webquest due Friday
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#52 How do scientist define WORK? What are the 3 factors involved in work? Describe 4 examples of doing work described in The Physics Classroom HERE
4/20/16 Physics Webquest due Friday
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#51 Speed, Velocity and Acceleration. Take notes on the following Bozeman video Bozeman Motion
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4/19/16 Physics Webquest due Friday
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#50 Free body diagrams allow us to visualize all the forces acting on a object. Watch and take notes on this video and then make a free body diagram of an object with at least 3 vectors acting upon it. Bozeman Free Body Diagrams
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4/18/16 Physics Webquest due Friday
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#49 Issac Newton is the man associated with the basic concepts in physics. Make a Book Creator page dedicated to him including images, text, maps, dates and history.
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4/8/16 AY#3 Proposal or Panther Pit Contract due Friday
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#48 Today is Physics Kick Off day! Most sports involve the basic principles of physics (motion, forces and energy.) Think about the human body as a machine and describe the properties certain bodies should possess to be successfully in different sports. Describe a sport you like to play. How does your body help or hinder you from being great at this sport. What are other ways humans can be involved in sports they love if their genetics isn't perfect for their "game"? Write at least 6 sentences.
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4/6/16 Physics Kick Off Day Friday WEAR SNEAKERS!!
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#47 none in lieu of chapter 6 & 7 science test
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4/5/16 AY3 & Panther Pit Hook, Materials & Procedure due April 8
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#46 Take a photo of the graph on page 266 and answer 4 questions about solubility.
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4/4/16 AY3 & Panther Pit Bibliography due Monday
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#45 Biomolecules: Nucleic Acids, Proteins, Carbohydrates and Lipids- Take notes on the Bozeman Video The Molecules of Life
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4/1/16 AY3 & Panther Pit Bibliography due Monday
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#44 Video Notes of 5-10 "take-aways" from the Video "How We Got To Now- TIME" with Steven Johnson
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3/30/16 EE video due Thursday, March 31
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#43 Using pages 294-295, describe the Carbon Bonding in Graphite, Diamond, Fullerene and Nanotubes.
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3/29/16 EE video due Thursday, March 31
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#42 We have had a busy year in 8th grade Physical Science. Thinking about how you view science, engineering and Stephen Johnson's videos about innovation, how has your opinion of things changed? Do you feel that you have grown? Do you still feel the same about science. WRITE AT LEAST 5 SENTENCES.
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3/28/16 EE video due Thursday, March 31
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#41 Take a photo of the table labeled Figure 17 on page 275 and then write a chemical equation for both an acid and a base separating into ions when mixed in a solution of water.
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3/25/16 Work on EE Video
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#40 Take notes on Bozeman's Acid, Base and pH video.
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3/23/16 AY#3 Proposal or Panther Pit Contract due Friday
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#39 Take a photo of the questions on Page 261 and answer using complete sentences.
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3/22/16 AY#3 Proposal or Panther Pit Contract due Friday
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#38 Use the words solution, solvent and solute in a creative paragraph about a time you made sugar water at a restaurant.
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3/21/16 AY#3 Proposal or Panther Pit Contract due Friday
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#37 Take a photo of the fire triangle and barbecue on page 243. Explain the combustion reaction and how it can be controlled.
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3/18/16 Finish Single Replacement Lab
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#36 What is an inhibitor. Look at this image and then explain using your own words what is happening. -Answers-
3/16/16 Finish Single Replacement Lab
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#35 Write a balanced chemical equation for the double replacement reaction of sodium carbonate and calcium chloride. Use the table on page 185 for oxidation numbers.
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3/15/16 Balancing Equations Challenge
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#34 Take a photo and import the image of the questions on page 231. Answer all questions using complete sentences.
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3/11/16 Decompostion Lab due Monday
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#33 Take a photo and import the image of the questions on page 221. Answer all questions using complete sentences.
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3/9/16 Pop Quiz on Ch. 6 Section 1 & 2 next week
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#32 Watch and take notes on this Bozeman video on synthesis and decomposition reactions. Chemical Reactions 1
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3/8/16 Read Chapter 6
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#31 AY2 Presentations continued
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3/7/16 NONE
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#30 AY2 Presentations continued
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3/4/16 NONE
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#29 AY2 Presentations continued
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3/2/16 NONE
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#28 AY Presentation Day 2- Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
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3/1/16 NONE
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#27 AY Presentation Day 1- Name of presenter Topic of investigation 3-5 science ideas shared and conclusion after analyzing data
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2/29/16 AY 2 DUE TOMORROW
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#26 Post a photo (screen shot) of your AY2 Timelog & AY2 Bibliography for today's entry.
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2/26/16 Study Guide by Monday
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#25 Take a photo of the table on page 185 and write the correct chemical formulas for: Potassium oxide, Calcium chloride, Aluminum oxide, Ammonium sulfate and Potassium phosphate
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2/24/16 Ch 5 Study Guide
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#24 Take a photo of Figure 16 on page 194 of the textbook then explain double and triple bonds.
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2/23/16 Bonding Graphic Organizer due Thursday
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#23 Naming compounds and molecules can be tricky. Take notes on the following two videos: Naming Chemicals 1 Naming Chemicals 2
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2/22/16 AY2 due Tuesday, March 1
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#22 Takes notes on this video about Ionic and Covalent Bonding Atomic Bonding
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2/10/16 Element Valentines Gift Exchange due Friday
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#21 Determine the oxidation numbers for sodium, calcium, chlorine, and phosphorus.
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2/9/16 Element Valentines Gift Exchange due Friday
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#20 To understand bonding in chemistry you must learn about the oxidation numbers of the elements and the octet rule. Watch and take notes on this video Oxidation Numbers
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2/8/16 Element Valentines Gift Exchange Feb. 12th
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#19 Valentines Gift Exchange-Name of Element, Drawing of Atom Structure, Links to video and references, Final Notability pdf on Friday
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2/5/16 Book Creator TONIGHT and AY2 Experimental Data due Feb. 21st
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#18 Draw Bohr Models for 1 Alkali Earth Metal, Carbon and Fluorine.
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2/3/16 BOOK CREATOR pdf Science Log 1-18 due Friday!
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#17 Draw Lewis Dot Diagrams for 2 Alkali Metals, 2 Halogens and 2 Nobel Gases
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2/2/16 AY2 Experimental Data due Feb. 21st
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#16 You will not understand how bonding between atoms works UNLESS you can create Bohr Models AND Lewis Dot Diagrams! Watch and Learn. Take Notes and Explain- Bohr Model Tutorial AND Lewis Dot Tutorial
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2/1/16 BOOK CREATOR pdf Science Log 2016 1-18 due THIS Friday Feb. 5th
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#15 Video Notes from the video "How We Got To Now- CLEAN" with Steven Johnson
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1/29/16 AY2 Intro, Hook, Materials & Procedure tonight
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#14 Watch this video and then determine the number of protons, neutrons and electrons for any 3 elements on the periodic table P, E & N
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1/27/16 AY2 Intro, Hook, Materials & Procedure due Jan. 29
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#13 We know that the elements in our body come from "star stuff." Use this image: Common Elements in Me & Earth's Crust to compare the most common elements found in your body to those found in the earth's crust. Explain what is common to you and the earth and what accounts for the differences.
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1/26/16 AY2 Intro, Hook, Materials & Procedure due Jan. 29
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#12 Radiation Paradise Video Notes
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1/25/16 Ch. 4 QUEST Friday-Periodic Table Placemat Tomorrow and AY2 Intro, Hook, Materials & Procedure due Jan. 29
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#11 Chapter 4 concludes with a unit on Radioactive Elements. Watch this Bozeman Video about the Atomic Nucleus-Answer-
1/21/16 AY2 Bibliography due Friday, Jan. 22nd
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#10 Take notes on the video from The Royal Society of Chemistry The Alkali Metals in Water
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1/20/16 AY2 Bibliography due Friday, Jan. 22nd
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#9 Take notes on the video from Crash Course Chemistry with Hank Green History of the Periodic Table
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1/15/16 AY2 proposal tonight!!!
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#8 What are isotopes? Define this term and draw the 3 isotopes of carbon.
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1/13/16 AY proposal and Storybook due Friday
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#7 Look at the table on page 129 of your science text. What are the symbols and masses for protons, neutrons and electrons? Draw a model of a Helium atom using different colors for the 2 protons, 2 neutrons and 2 electrons.
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1/12/16 Atomic Storybooks Due 3rd Session
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#6 Read and compare the lyrics to the song we learned in class last week "We are All Connected" to the excerpt from Bill Nye's 2015 Rutger's University Commencement Speech. What are some of the common messages found in both texts. Click Here
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1/11/16 AY proposal due Jan 15th
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#5 Watch the video about the Double Slit Experiment and explain the evidence that electrons behave like matter and energy Dr. Quantum
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1/8/16 AY proposal due Jan 15th
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#4 What are 3 important conclusions that can be reached from Rutheford's Gold Foil experiment?
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1/6/16 Atomic Theory Graphic Organizer due tomorrow
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#3 Watch the video about how we are merely "Star Stuff"and explain NASA's evidence that elements heavier than Hydrogen and Helium are merely products produced by stars: A Star Turns Inside Out
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1/5/16 Begin Reading Chapter 4
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#2 Read this article on Democritus Who Was Democritus? and summarize his beliefs about the atom.
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1/4/16 AY proposal due Jan 15th
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#1 What are your scientific goals for 2016?
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12/16/15 Study for Sex Ed test
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Check folders for specifics
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12/15/15 Healthy Behavior & Decision Making
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SEX ED TEST FRIDAY, December 18.
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12/14/15 Sexuality Circles
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Check folders
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12/11/15 NONE but Sex Ed Test next Friday
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Check folders
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12/9/15 NONE
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See Folders
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12/8/15 HIV Pink Sheet
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See Folders
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12/7/15 Healthy Behavior & Decision Making
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See Folders
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12/4/15 NONE
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Check Sex Ed Folder
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12/2/15 Dating and Romantic Feelings
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See Sex Ed Folder
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12/1/15 Vocabulary, Anatomy and Your Rights
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Sex Ed Learning Logs will not be posted online.
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11/30/15 Parent Signature on Groud Rules AND Friends and Peers Homework
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Sex Ed Learning Logs will not be posted online.
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11/19/15 NONE
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END OF FIRST TRIMESTER LEARNING LOGS
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11/17/15 Learning Logs PDF 1-42 due tonight
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#43 AY Presentations Day 5
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11/16/15 Learning Logs PDF 1-42 due Nov. 17th
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#42 AY Presentations Day 4
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11/13/15 Learning Logs PDF 1-42 due Nov. 16th
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#41 AY Presentations Day 3
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11/12/15 Learning Logs PDF 1-42 due Nov. 16th
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#40 AY Presentations Day 2
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11/10/15 Demo Day EE video due Thursday Learning Logs PDF 1-42 due Nov. 16th
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#39 Yesterday you drew a picture of what you think a water molecule (H2O) looks like. Study and describe this picture of table salt dissolved in water. NaCl in water Explain in your own words what is happening in a homogeneous mixture of pure salt (NaCl) dissolved in pure water. Salt in Water
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11/9/15 Demo Day EE video due Thursday Learning Logs PDF 1-42 due Nov. 16th
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#38 Draw a picture of what you think a water molecule (H2O) and a carbon dioxide (CO2) molecule might look like.
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11/6/15 Numbers Practice due Friday
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#37 AY Presentations Day 1:
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11/4/15 Numbers Practice due Friday
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#36 How is your AY Project similar to the engineering process?
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11/3/15 AY Due Nov. 9 + Printed copies of Timelog & Bibliography
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#35 Video Notes 5-10 "take-aways" from the Video "How We Got To Now- GLASS" with Steven Johnson
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11/2/15 AY Due Nov. 9 + Printed copies of Timelog & Bibliography
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#34 AY Project check in. Please provide a 1 paragraph summary of your project
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10/27/15 Gas Laws Lab (syringe lab) due Wednesday night
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#33 When discussing the behavior of gases it is important to learn the role of volume, temperature and pressure of the gas. Explain your understanding of Boyle's Law using text and images.
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10/26/15 Gas Laws Lab (syringe lab) due Wednesday night
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#32 When discussing the behavior of gases it is important to learn the role of volume, temperature and pressure of the gas. Explain your understanding of Charles' Law using text and images.
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10/23/15 AY & Chapters 2 & 3 test
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#31 Take a photo of the graph and questions on page 100 of your science textbook. Answer all 5 questions using COMPLETE SENTENCES.
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10/21/15 Evaporation Lab due Friday, Oct. 23 8:00 pm
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#30 Changes in states of matter from solids to liquids and gases always involve a change in Thermal Energy. Explain the changes:melting, freezing, vaporization and condensation in terms of energy added or removed from the substance.
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10/20/15 Drops on a Penny Lab due Wednesday night
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#29 Fluids, substances that flow, include liquids and gases. Describe the properties of liquids including surface tension and viscosity.
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10/14/15 Read text pages 90-95 Work on AY Project
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#28 Use page 92 of the science text to demonstrate your knowledge of the solid state of matter.
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10/13/15 Types of Energy Graphic Organizer due tonight
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#27 Open the Modern Marvels-Chrome and Enchanted Element Video Notes in Notability from either Classroom or my Homepage & complete in class and post for Learning Log #27
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10/12/15 Types of Energy Graphic Organizer due tomorrow
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#26 What is energy? Define energy and list the 4 types of energy presented in Chapter 2.
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10/9/15 Chem in a bag video due Friday 8:00pm via Google Classroom and work on Ch 2 Study Guide
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#25 You witnessed a chemical change in the lab yesterday. What are 4 examples of evidence that a chemical reaction has occurred?
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10/7/15 Chem in a bag video due Friday 8:00pm via Google Classroom
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#24 Do a who, what, where, why for the 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
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10/6/15 Work on Ch. 2 Study Guide
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#23 Make a 2 column chart on your book creator page and report on the 2 Noble Prizes (medicine and physics)given out this week.
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10/5/15 AY Intro, Hook, Materials and Procedure Check Tuesday October 6
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#22 Take notes on the video, Kaboom-The Sizzling Story of Explosives" focus on the life and work of Alfred Nobel PBS Kaboom
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10/2/15 AY Intro, Hook, Materials and Procedure Check Tuesday October 6
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#21 Explain the Rainbow Volume Lab and calculate Experimental Error to see how your "patients" did with your solutions.
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9/30/15 AY Materials and Procedure due Monday 8:00 PM
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#20 What are examples of physical and chemical changes?
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9/29/15 NONE if ALL Google Classroom Assignments are IN
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#19 Explain the 4 factors that contribute to the Aerodynamics of Flight after watching the YouTube video in class and linked on my homepage.
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9/28/15 AY Bibliography due Monday 8:00 pm
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#18 Define Physical Properties and Chemical Properties and provide 3 examples of each.
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9/25/15 AY Bibliography due Monday 8:00 pm
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#17 Prepare a "Paper Airplane Lab" write up including a graph of your data, photos of Plane 1 & Plane 2
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9/23/15 Turn in Book Creator Logs 1-15
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#16 Take a photo of questions 4-5 from page 51 "Standards Practice" and answer them for your log today.
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9/22/15 Study Guide Test/Quiz Ch. 1 Friday
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#15 Explain the Candle Lab you did in class yesterday.
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9/21/15 AY Proposal due by 8:00 pm Tonight PARENTS SIGN
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#14 Explain the 6 steps used when Plotting A Line Graph as outlined on Page 36 of your text.
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9/18/15 AY Proposal due September 21 PARENTS SIGN
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#13 Explain the terms Accuracy and Reproducibility when making scientific measurements using page 31 of your textbook.
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9/16/15 AY Proposal due September 21 PARENTS SIGN
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#12 Video Notes of 3-5 "take-aways" from the Video "How We Got To Now- COLD" with Steven Johnson
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9/15/15 Controls & Variables at Bikini Bottom due tomorrow
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#11 You have learned that density is equal to mass (g) divided by volume (cm3). Determine the density of the wood block on your desk.
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9/14/15 NONE
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#10 List and describe the 6 steps of the scientific method (inquiry) as outlined in your text pages 11-14
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9/11/15 Metric Me Photo & Packet
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#9 Why is your mass different from your weight? Include units of measurement, formula used and tools needed to make accurate measurements.
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9/9/15 Metric Me Skeleton Drawing
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#8 Convert the following metric units: 22 liters = ____ml, 0.456 Km = ____cm, 24,500 grams = ____ Kg
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9/8/15 Safety Contract Parent Signature
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#7 What are the proper metric units for mass, weight, volume and temperature?
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9/4/15 None- Enjoy your 3-day weekend
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#6 Explain the process of water displacement used to determine the volume of irregularly shaped objects (no flat surfaces).
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9/2/15 Explain Everything Video due Thursday night 8:00 PM
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#5 Using your powers of observation and deduction/inference,make 1 qualitative observation and 1 quantitative observation about the shoes you are wearing today. Use the observation to make 1 inference/deduction about the shoes as well.
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9/1/15 Sherlock at Home Experiment
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#4 What is Physical Science?
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8/31/15 Read Sections 1.1 (pages 6-9) in textbook
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#3 Why is a solution of baking soda and water NOT considered a Pure Substance?
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8/28/15 Parents As Partners
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#2 Explain what the Mystery Writing Experiment was about. Then, in your Book Creator page, research and define the following words: Solute, Solvent and Solution.
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8/26/15 Mystery Writing Assignment
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#1 What was the most scientific thing you did this past summer?
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