Friday, September 30, 2016

Homework:  None

Today in Class:

Bouncing Ball Lab


Absent Students:

Please see me to set up a time to make up the lab.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Homework:  None (lab tomorrow)

Today in Class:

WGAL

Observations for your city "Weather Chart"

Finish "Water Water Everywhere" project

By the end of class today, you must turn in a minimum one paragraph explaining your project.

Example:
 I did my project on _____.  It impacts _____ part of the water cycle.  I found that it occurs (your example of a specific place that it is occurring).  The impact on the water cycle has been _______.



Absent Students:

Please see me to get a copy of the "Water Water Everywhere" project

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Homework:  Study "Water in the Air"

Work on your "Water Water Everywhere" project

Today in Class:

WGAL

Observations for your city "Weather Chart"

Work on "Water Water Everywhere" project

Suggestions:
1.  Know which part of the water cycle your human activity impacts.
2.  Identify what the human activity is called and use that term often.
3.  Clearly define the relationship between the human activity and the part of the water cycle that it is impacting.
4.  Describe why it is happening, where it is happening and what can be done (practically) to cut down on the impact to the water cycle.
5.  Use pictures or diagrams to aid you with your presentation.

Let me know how you are doing using this padlet

Absent Students:

Please see me to get a copy of the "Water Water Everywhere" project

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Homework:

Due to yesterday afternoon's lock down, not all sections received the "Water in the Air" worksheet.  Therefore, the homework that was originally due today, will be due tomorrow.

Work on your "Water Water Everywhere" project

Today in Class:

WGAL

Observations for your city "Weather Chart"

Discuss the "Water Cycle" Packet and web site

Begin "Water Water Everywhere" project

Padlet

Absent Students:

Please see me to get a copy of the "Water Water Everywhere" project

Monday, September 26, 2016

Homework:  Complete the  "Water in the Air" worksheet for homework (pages 482-489)



Today in Class:

WGAL

Anemometer Testing:  Outside

Observations for your city "Weather Chart"

The Hydrologic Cycle - Complete the packet

Complete the Directed "A" worksheet (Homework)

Understanding Weather Notes - Work on your notes.



Absent Students:


Please see me to get a copy of the homework listed above

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Homework:  Study "Water in the Air" (pages 482-489)

Today in Class:

WGAL -On your own

Observations for your city "Weather Chart"

The Hydrologic Cycle - Complete the packet

Understanding Weather Notes - Work on your notes.

Bill Nye "Water Cycle" - You may watch this if you have completed all of the above work.

Absent Students:


Please complete the homework listed above

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Homework:  Study "Water in the Air" (pages 482-489)

Today in Class:

WGAL

Observations for your city "Weather Chart"

Earth's Water Budget

The Hydrologic Cycle

Understanding Weather Notes



Absent Students:
Please complete the homework listed above

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Homework:  Read and Study "Water in the Air" (pages 482-489)

Today in Class:

WGAL

Observations for your city "Weather Chart"

Begin "Understanding Weather"

Read Section 1

Hydrologic video clip

The Hydrologic Cycle

Understanding Weather Notes



Absent Students:
Please complete the homework listed above





Monday, September 19, 2016

Homework:  None

Today in Class:

WGAL

Observations for your city "Weather Chart"

Finish the Oxygen Lab


Absent Students:
Please see me about scheduling a lab make-up day.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Homework:  None

Today in Class:

Grade Check

WGAL

Observations for your city "Weather Chart"

Begin the Oxygen Lab


Absent Students:
Please see me about scheduling a lab make-up day.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Homework:  Atmosphere Test Tomorrow.

Today in Class:

WGAL

Observations for your city "Weather Chart"

Scales check

Hand in Measurement Lab questions

Global and Local Winds Flip Book (10pts in grade book)

Local Winds


Online Notes
Global and Local Winds Template
Section 3 Completed Notes (Example)
Atmosphere Study Guide

Helpful links:

Global and Local Winds
Slide Show



Global winds simulation (sailing)
http://www.phschool.com/atschool/phsciexp/active_art/global_winds/

coriolos effect (animation)
http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/genbio/tlw3/eBridge/Chp29/animations/ch29/global_wind_circulation.swf


Absent Students:
Please study for tomorrow's test using your online textbook and the links above.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016


Edmentum Science PSSA Benchmark I

Websitehttps://ple.platoweb.com/Account/SignIn

For Student Account
Account Login: EYSD
PLATO Name: Student ID Number
Password: Their password on their schedule

**If you finish early, you may work on your online notes and study for Thursday's chapter test.

Monday, September 12, 2016

Homework:  Study your notes and finish your flip book.

Today in Class:

WGAL

Observations for your city "Weather Chart
Weather Chart

Scale check

Global and Local Winds Flip Book (10pts in grade book)


Online Notes
Global and Local Winds Template

Helpful links:

Global and Local Winds
Slide Show



Global winds simulation (sailing)
http://www.phschool.com/atschool/phsciexp/active_art/global_winds/

coriolos effect (animation)
http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/genbio/tlw3/eBridge/Chp29/animations/ch29/global_wind_circulation.swf


Absent Students:
Please complete answers to your 2.0 and 3.0 scale information.

Friday, September 9, 2016

Homework:  Study Section 3 "Global and Local Winds"

Today in Class:

Measurement Lab


Absent Students:  See me to schedule a lab make-up day.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Homework:  Study your notes

Today in Class:

WGAL

Observations for your city "Weather Chart
Weather Chart

Return Chapter 1 Section 1 and 2 Quizzes

Read Chapter 1 section 3 (starts on page 458)
Our book is available online.  The log-in information is listed below
1.  Go to the online textbook website located at:  my.hrw.com
2.  All students will use the same username and password.
3.  Username:  science907
4.  Password:  y2j8b
Chapter 1 Section 3

Online Notes
Global and Local Winds Template

Helpful links:

Global and Local Winds
Slide Show



Global winds simulation (sailing)
http://www.phschool.com/atschool/phsciexp/active_art/global_winds/

coriolos effect (animation)
http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/genbio/tlw3/eBridge/Chp29/animations/ch29/global_wind_circulation.swf

Absent Students:
Please complete answers to your 2.0 and 3.0 questions.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Homework:  Study your notes

Today in Class:

WGAL

Chapter 1 Section 2 Quiz

Pick your city "Weather Chart
Weather Chart

Read Chapter 1 section 3 (starts on page 458)
Our book is available online.  The log-in information is listed below
1.  Go to the online textbook website located at:  my.hrw.com
2.  All students will use the same username and password.
3.  Username:  science907
4.  Password:  y2j8b
Chapter 1 Section 3

Today and tomorrow in class we are working to complete answers to the 2.0 and 3.0 information located on the scale.

Helpful links:

Global and Local Winds
Slide Show



Global winds simulation (sailing)
http://www.phschool.com/atschool/phsciexp/active_art/global_winds/

coriolos effect (animation)
http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/genbio/tlw3/eBridge/Chp29/animations/ch29/global_wind_circulation.swf

Absent Students:
Please complete answers to your 2.0 and 3.0 questions.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Homework:   Study for Chapter 1 Section 2 quiz

Today in Class:

WGAL

"Can Crusher" Debriefing
Can Crushing on Myth Busters!

Create a Graph

Graphing Activity-Energy From the Sun

Completion of Conduction, Convection, Radiation questions

Pick your city "Weather Chart
Weather Chart

Absent Students:  Study for Chapter 1 Section 2 quiz

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Homework:
No School Tomorrow


Today in Class:

WGAL

Bunsen Burner Review

Can Crusher



Absent Students:
See me to schedule a time to make up the lab.