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September 9, 2011 Agenda. Turn In: Signed Safety Contract Safety Quiz Review & Correct Quiz Due 9/13: Textbook Information Sheet Reminder: Seating chart set up & textbooks needed next week. September 12, 2011. Turn In: Safety Test Re-take w/ first test stapled behind re-take.

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September 9 2011 agenda

September 9, 2011 Agenda

Turn In: Signed Safety Contract

  • Safety Quiz

  • Review & Correct Quiz

    Due 9/13: Textbook Information Sheet

    Reminder: Seating chart set up & textbooks needed next week.


September 12 2011

September 12, 2011

  • Turn In:

    • Safety Test Re-take w/ first test stapled behind re-take.

    • Place your textbook information sheets on the funky colored towel.

  • Engage: Who Did It? Pgs. 8-10

    • Process & Procedure #1-7

    • Reflect & Connect #1-4


September 13 14 2011

September 13/14, 2011

Write in your planners:

  • Review Reflect & Connect #1-4

  • Group Scientific Process Worksheet

  • Otzi the Iceman detective story

    • Evidence vs. Inference

    • Process & Procedure #4 pg. 13


Grading rubric

Grading Rubric

Possible scores: 0-5

ENGAGE vs. other Es:

The Engage has NO right or wrong answer. Therefore it will be graded slightly differently than other sections of the chapter.


R c 1 what grade

R&C #1 – What grade?

I made some observations and read some evidence reports. Then I knew that the store owner stole the TV.


R c 1 what grade1

R&C #1 – What grade?

To solve the mystery, I looked at the crime scene, read evidence reports, and made a prediction about who had stolen the TV.


R c 1 what grade2

R&C #1 – What grade??

To try and solve the mystery, I took a look at the crime scene and wrote down my observations. I discussed my observations with my teammates and recorded anything they saw that I didn’t. When I received the evidence reports, I compared them against my evidence and narrowed down my ideas. I thought I had solved the mystery when my observations and the evidence pointed toward the same theory.


R c 3 what grade

R&C #3 – What grade?

My explanation in Step 2 is different from my explanation in Step 6 because in Step 6 I had more evidence than in Step 2.


September 13 14 20111

September 13/14, 2011

Explore: What Do You Know For Sure? Pg. 13

Learning Target

  • I can explain and define evidence and inference.

  • I can begin to apply the different parts of the process of scientific inquiry.

    Vocabulary

  • Evidence: Observations YOU can make directly.

  • Inference: Logical assumptions based on evidence, but which you HAVE NOT directly observed.


September 14 15 2011

September 14/15, 2011

PARTNER QUIZ!

  • Quiz: Otzi & The process of scientific inquiry (remember the areas of focus?)

  • Resources: You, your partner, and a pen or a pencil.

  • Noise Level: Quiet as a church mouse


September 14 15 20111

September 14/15, 2011

In Your Planners:

Explore: Mystery Sports Drinks

Pgs. 17-27

Part I: Asking a Testable Question

Process & Procedure #1-4

Stop & Think #1-3

Homework: Scientific Process Worksheet


September 14 15 20112

September 14/15, 2011

Explore: Mystery Sports Drinks

Pgs. 17-27

Part I: Asking a Testable Question

Learning Targets

  • I understand and can apply the four criteria of a testable question.

  • I can state the best concentration of carbohydrates and electrolytes in a sports drink.


4 criteria for a testable question

4 Criteria for a Testable Question

  • The question centers on objects, organisms, and events in the natural world.

  • The question connects to science concepts rather than opinions, feelings, or beliefs.

  • The question can be investigated through experiments or observations.

  • The question leads to gathering evidence and using data to explain how the natural world works.


Questions

Questions


Homeostasis

Homeostasis

  • Maintaining a condition of balance within your body.


Diuretics

Diuretics

  • Inhibit the absorption of water.

  • Eliminates water in the form of urine.


Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates

  • Fuel for the body

  • Come in the form of sugars

  • Replace calories lost during exercise


Electrolytes

Electrolytes

  • Salts composed of ions

  • Found in body fluids

  • Important for bodily functions

  • Replace salts lost through sweat


Energy drinks

Energy Drinks

  • The best concentration of carbohydrates and electrolytes in a sports drink is 6-8% of its total mass.

  • The best concentration provides an energy boost and slightly faster fluid absorption.


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