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Physical Science. Semester One. 9/4/13. Syllabus Materials and Parent Signature due Monday Sept 9 Cards – a little about you…. Room Tour. FRONT OF CARD. BACK OF CARD. What do you love about science? What scares you in science? What grade do you hope to achieve?

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Physical science

Physical Science

Semester One


9 4 13

9/4/13

  • Syllabus

  • Materials and Parent Signature due Monday Sept 9

  • Cards – a little about you….

  • Room Tour


Physical science

FRONT OF CARD

BACK OF CARD

What do you love about science?

What scares you in science?

What grade do you hope to achieve?

Name one of your strengths

Name one of your challenges

If you could have a superpower, what would it be?

  • FIRST AND LAST NAME

  • Period #


9 4 131

9/4/13

  • Extra Time:

  • Share info from cards with neighbor

  • Ice Breaker – 3 Truths and 1 Lie


Daily entry and exit tasks to learn and assess your progress towards standards

Daily Entry and Exit Tasks– to learn and assess your progress towards standards:

  • Enter quietly, gather your supplies, and be seated before the bell rings.

  • Answer the question(s) from the board on your Entry Task Answer Sheet.

  • You may help each other with the entry task but not the exit task.

  • Entry task and exit task are worth 20 points per week.

  • Last 5 minutes for exit task. You may not help each other or ask me. This is to assess how well you understood the material of the day.

  • You will “trade and grade” at the end of class each day. The grader’s signature verifies they graded honestly!

  • You will tell me your score each day. Turn in your entry/exit task answer sheet on FRIDAY each week.

  • If absent, look on my website to complete these tasks.


Week of 9 4 9 6 9 5 13

Week of 9/4-9/69/5/13

  • Entry Task

  • How many points a week are the entry/exit tasks worth?

  • When are your syllabus signature and materials due?

  • NOTE – you can buy a comp book for $1.00 from ASB


Today s agenda

Today’s Agenda

  • Rules and Expectations – (2nd period also go over student handbook)

  • Hall Passes

  • Brains are wired differently! (Dr. John Medina)

  • Multiple Intelligences Survey – turn in bar graph and reflection- http://surfaquarium.com/MI/inventory.pdf (Dr. Howard Gardner)

  • Look at website for deeper explanations of how you might use this information to be most successful in your learning!

  • http://surfaquarium.com/MI/profiles/index.htm


Physical science

Key:

  • Section 1 – This reflects your Naturalist strength

  • Section 2 – This suggests your Musical strength

  • Section 3 – This indicates your Logical strength

  • Section 4 – This illustrates your Existential strength

  • Section 5 – This shows your Interpersonal strength

  • Section 6 – This tells your Kinesthetic strength

  • Section 7 – This indicates your Verbal strength

  • Section 8 – This reflects your Intrapersonal strength

  • Section 9 – This suggests your Visual strength

  • Remember:

  • Everyone has all the intelligences!

  • You can strengthen any intelligence!

  • This inventory is meant as a snapshot in time – it can change!

  • M.I. is meant to empower, not label people


9 5 13

9/5/13

  • Extra Time:

  • Check out brain rules:

  • http://www.brainrules.net/about-brain-rules


Exit task instructions

Exit Task Instructions

  • Last 5 minutes for exit task. You may not help each other or ask me. This is to assess how well you understood the material of the day.

  • You will “trade and grade” at the end of class each day. The grader’s signature verifies they graded honestly!

  • You will show me your EXIT score each day as you exit. Turn in your entry/exit task answer sheet on FRIDAY each week.

  • If absent, look on my website to complete these tasks.

  • OUR FIRST EXIT TASK is very low stakes – you cannot get it wrong unless you refuse to do it

  • All the rest will be based on the standards you will be meeting this year


Integrity

Integrity

  • Exit – The grader’s signature verifies that they have graded honestly. The exit tasks will be completed individually without help from anyone. A zero for the week will be given to any grader or student assisting in cheating on the exit task. It is expected that we help one another and share answers on the ENTRY task but not the EXIT task.


9 5 131

9/5/13

  • Exit Task

  • How might you use the information you gained from the MI survey to help you succeed in this class or other classes?


9 6 13

9/6/13

  • Entry Task

  • Friday! Free 2 points for…

  • Say Something Nice

  • Finish and turn in bar graph and reflection if you have not!


Today s agenda1

Today’s Agenda

  • Check out your library book

    I NEED 6 or 7 to choose an online textbook….

  • Book Scavenger Hunt

  • Safety Cartoon and Contract

    • For each of the numbers on the cartoon, write down which rule was violated and “what not to do”

    • http://expedioscientiam.net/school/resources/what_not_to_do_600.pdf


9 6 131

9/6/13

  • Exit Task

  • Describe 3 important safety rules in the science lab classroom.

  • Please turn in your entry/exit task sheets for the week.

  • PS Your syllabus signature and materials are due MONDAY!


Safety

safety

  • Extra Time:

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJG0ir9nDtc Safety Rap

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-fNpaOX0-gFlinn Safety Video


Week of 9 9 to 9 13 9 9 13

Week of 9/9 to 9/139/9/13

  • Entry Task

  • When should goggles be worn in the lab?

  • What should you do if there is a spill or accident?

  • What should you do if glass breaks?

  • Turn in safety contract

  • Check off materials and collect syllabus signatures WHILE students work on Textbook Scavenger Hunt or SAFETY worksheet.


Today s agenda2

Today’s Agenda

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJG0ir9nDtc Safety Rap

  • Review and discuss safety worksheet.

  • Complete “Textbook Scavenger Hunt”

  • Turn in Safety Worksheet/Textbook Scavenger Hunt

  • Turn in safety contract with signatures.


9 9 13

9/9/13

  • Extra Time:

  • Take notes on metric system


9 9 131

9/9/13

  • Exit Task

  • If procedures or how to use equipment is not clear to you, what should you do?

  • Explain exactly what to do if there is a fire drill in the lab.


9 10 13

9/10/13

  • Entry Task

  • How is the metric system fundamentally different than the English system of measurement?

  • Turn in Safety Contract by tomorrow!!!

  • Finish review and turn in Safety/Textbook Scavenger Hunt


Today s agenda3

Today’s Agenda

  • Powers of 10 video

  • Notes on Metric System and conversions in metric.

  • Practice sheets: “Conversion Challenge” and “Dimensional Analysis”

  • HOMEWORK: Read pages 1-10 and 17-22. Answer Q 1,2,3, 4a, 4b, 5, 6 on page 23. Due Thursday 9/12/13


9 10 131

9/10/13

  • Exit Task

  • What is the base unit for length in metric?

  • What fraction of a meter would a MILLI-METER be?

  • Remember your homework! It is due on Thursday 9/12/13, start of class.

  • HOMEWORK: Read pages 5-10 and 17-22. Answer Q 1,2,3, 4a, 4b, 5, 6 on page 23.


9 11 13

9/11/13

  • Entry Task

  • What equipment would you use to measure:

    • Temperature

    • Mass

    • Length

    • Volume of liquid

  • What units would label the above?

    LAST CHANCE – turn in safety contract…lab tomorrow

    HOMEWORK: Read pages 5-10 and 17-22. Answer Q 1,2,3, 4a, 4b, 5, 6 on page 23.


Today s agenda4

Today’s Agenda

  • Powers of 10 video

  • Notes on Metric System and conversions in metric.

  • Practice sheets: “Conversion Challenge” and “Dimensional Analysis” are DUE THURSDAY.


The international system of measurement

The International System of Measurement

a.k.a The Metric System

Please take notes and keep them in your binder for Unit 1 – Science and Measurement


The power of 10

The Power of 10

  • A system of measurement based on multiples of 10

  • Measurements include a base unit and a prefix

  • Base units in the SI system include:

    • Length in meters

    • volume in liters

    • mass in grams

  • The prefix refers to a multiple of ten


Prefixes

Prefixes

  • Kilo (k) = 1000

  • Hecto (h) = 100

  • Deka (dk) = 10

  • Base unit = 1

  • Deci (d) = 1/10 or 0.1

  • Centi (c) = 1/100 or 0.01

  • Milli (m) = 1/1000 or 0.001

  • ---

  • Micro (µ) = 1/1,000,000 or 0.000001

  • ---

  • Nano (n) = 1/1,000,000,000 or 0.000000001


Word parts

Word Parts

  • What would a KILO – METER be?

  • Answer 1000 meters.

  • How about a CENTI – METER?

  • Answer 1/100 of a meter.


Physical science

1

2

3

MetersLitersGrams

How do you use the “ladder” method?

1st – Determine your starting point.

2nd – Count the “jumps” to your ending point.

3rd – Move the decimal the same number of jumps in the same direction.

Starting Point

Ending Point

__.

__.

__.

2

3

1

CONVERTING with the Ladder Method

KILO1000Units

HECTO100Units

DEKA10Units

DECI0.1Unit

CENTI0.01Unit

MILLI0.001Unit

4 km = _________ m

How many jumps does it take?

4.

= 4000 m


Converting with dimensional analysis

CONVERTING with Dimensional Analysis

  • Start with what you are given.

  • Multiply by conversion factors until you have changed it to the unit you want.

  • Example:

  • Problem: 1 day = ? seconds

  • 1 day x 24 hours x 60 minutes x 60 seconds=

    1 day 1 hour 1 minute

  • Cross out all labels that cancel and do the math.

    1 day = 86,400 seconds


9 11 131

9/11/13

  • Exit Task

  • You know a sample is 2500 grams (g). How many kilograms is it?

  • Remember your homework! It is due on Thursday 9/12/13, start of class.

    HOMEWORK: Read pages 5-10 and 17-22. Answer Q 1,2,3, 4a, 4b, 5, 6 on page 23.


9 12 13

9/12/13

  • Entry Task

  • Using the ladder method or dimensional analysis, please convert:1. 250 g = ? kg

    2. 35 cm = ? m

  • Review how to find online textbook.

  • Please get out your textbook HOMEWORK.

  • Trade and Grade. Graders sign on top. Turn in.


Today s agenda5

Today’s Agenda

  • One more slide of notes…

  • Practice Problems due Friday – whole class work time today.

  • Use ladder method for “Conversion Challenge”

  • Use dimensional analysis for “Dimensional Analysis”

  • Finished early? Go to computer with partner.

  • http://www.ohaus.com/input/tutorials/tbb/tbbentry.swf Do the “Use Tutorial” and “Practice Weighing.”

  • Next Slides: Practice problems for tomorrow’s measuring lab.


Physical science

  • best answer is around 2.63 cm

  • to a scientist this number means “between 2.60 and 2.70 cm.”

  • the last digit, 3, representing the smallest amount, is uncertain, but it is still significant

  • always “push it” one more decimal place by estimating


Physical science

256.15 g


Physical science

5.55 cm


Physical science

124.465 g


Physical science

52.6 ml


9 12 131

9/12/13

  • Extra Time

  • http://www.ohaus.com/input/tutorials/tbb/tbbentry.swf Do the “Use Tutorial” and “Practice Weighing.”


9 12 132

9/12/13

  • Exit Task

  • If you know 1 mL has a mass of 1 g, how many grams would 10 mL be?

  • EXTRA CREDIT: What is the mass of a LITER of water? (Hint, you must recall how many mL in a liter…)


Measurement

Measurement

Common units of measurements and equipment to use--

  • Mass: g, kg

    • Use balance or scale

  • Distance: mm, cm, m, km

    • Use ruler or meter stick

  • Volume: ml, L, cm3

    • Use graduated cylinder

  • Temperature: ºC, ºF, Kelvin

    • Use thermometer

  • Time: seconds, minutes, hours…..

    • Use stop watch

= most common


9 13 13

9/13/13

  • Entry Task

  • Friday! Free 2 points for…

  • Say Something Nice

  • PRACTICE SHEETS DUE DATE EXTENDED TO MONDAY 9/16/13!!! Questions on the sheet???

    Measurement Slides before lab….


Measuring lab

Measuring Lab

  • Safety Contracts – if none then alternate assignment at desk

  • 6stations

  • Conduct the lab with your partner.

  • Each person will write in composition notebook.

  • You can do the stations in any order, as long as all are complete and clearly labeled!

  • Leave the stations TIDY for the next group.

  • Reminder – be responsible with all science equipment and tasks


No safety contract alternate assignment at desk and computer

No safety contract – alternate assignment at desk and computer

  • Do the “Use Tutorial” and “Practice Weighing” at

    http://www.ohaus.com/input/tutorials/tbb/tbbentry.swf

    Complete vocabulary grid for the following terms:

  • EstimatedCelsius

  • ConversionMeniscus

  • Conversion FactorBoiling Point

  • Triple Beam BalanceFahrenheit


9 13 131

9/13/13

  • Exit Task

  • Free 2 points for TRADE and GRADE!

  • PRACTICE SHEETS DUE DATE EXTENDED TO MONDAY 9/16/13!!!


9 16 13 week of 9 16 to 9 20

9/16/13Week of 9/16 to 9/20

  • Entry Task

  • If an object was 75 cm in height, how many meters would that be?

  • Please get out your practice sheets “Conversion Challenge” and “Dimensional Analyses”

  • Trade and Grade. Graders sign at the top.

  • across the number means “Correct!”

  • around the number means “Incorrect”


Today s agenda6

Today’s Agenda

  • Remaining safety contracts!? Turn them in!!

  • Finish measuring lab.

  • I will be grading your participation as you work.

  • When finished, answer the Measuring Focus Questions – due tomorrow.


Measuring focus questions on paper you can turn in

Measuring Focus Questions – ON PAPER YOU CAN TURN IN!!

  • When measuring, for which digit do scientists expect uncertainty? Explain why it is still significant and should be reported.

  • Why would you zero a balance before each use?

  • Why would you zero the weighing dish before placing the substance in it?

  • When you used 2 different technologies to measure mass or temperature, did the measurements match exactly? Why might they have been different?

  • List and explain 3 safety rules you followed in this lab.


9 16 13

9/16/13

  • Exit Task

  • What is the length of this object in cm?

  • What is the length in m?


9 17 13

9/17/13

  • Entry Task

  • When you used 2 different technologies to measure mass or temperature, did the measurements match exactly? Why might they have been different?


Today s agenda7

Today’s Agenda

  • Finish Lab and Focus Questions

  • Discuss Measuring Focus Questions

  • Please turn in your Measuring Focus Questions


9 17 131

9/17/13

  • Exit Task

  • Using dimensional analysis, convert 1 m to cm. Please show your work.


9 18 13

9/18/13

  • Entry Task

  • We have studied safety, metric, conversions and measuring so far this year.

  • What do you understand the best? The least?

  • Hand Back Papers – PLEASE PLACE IN YOUR BINDER FOR UNIT 1 – Science and Measurement

  • QUIZ TOMORROW – THURSDAY 9/19/13

  • MEASURING FOCUS Q – extended to THURSDAY 9/19/13 – on website within power point.


Today s agenda8

Today’s Agenda

  • Pass out papers and put them in your binder!!

  • Play JEOPARDY to study for quiz…

  • You may use your binders to play JEOPARDY!

  • RULES:

  • There will be two teams.

  • Each row on a team will have a whiteboard to write answers. Nominate a recorder.

  • When the question is displayed, all rows will huddle to discuss and record correct answer.

  • Each row to get the answer correct receives the points at stake.

  • The team with the most points at the end WINS!


9 18 131

9/18/13

  • Exit Task

  • What do you need to study tonight?

  • Please be specific and note which resources you will use to study (Ex – my website, textbook, internet searches, review work we have done, etc)


9 19 13

9/19/13

  • Entry Task

  • Free 2 points. Prepare for QUIZ.

  • The only thing on your desk should be a writing implement. And you may use your notes “International System of Measurement” with the ladder.

  • TURN IN MEASURING FOCUS Q

  • If you finish early, you may do the “Metric System” crossword for extra credit.

  • HOMEWORK due MONDAY 9/23/13 Read and take notes on pages 34-38 and 40-41. Please use a C-notes (a.k.a 2 column) format.

  • Notes should include all bold words and vocabulary, as well as key ideas from MOST paragraphs.


Today s agenda9

Today’s Agenda

  • Take Safety, Metric, Conversions and Measurements Quiz.

  • HOMEWORK due MONDAY 9/23/13 Read and take notes on pages 34-38 and 40-41. Please use a C-notes (a.k.a 2 column) format.


9 19 131

9/19/13

  • Exit Task

  • NONE – taking a quiz


9 20 13

9/20/13

  • Entry Task

  • Friday! Free 2 points for…

  • Say Something Nice

  • Turn in Measuring Focus Questions

  • Review the Measuring Lab

  • HOMEWORK due MONDAY 9/20/13 Read and take notes on pages 34-38 and 40-41. Please use a C-notes (a.k.a 2 column) format.


Taking notes from the book

Taking notes from the book…

  • Notes should include information about all bold words and vocabulary, as well as key ideas from MOST paragraphs.

  • See my example from page 40…


What should be in your notes from pages 34 38 and 40 41

What should be in your notes? From pages 34-38 and 40-41

  • vocabulary words:

    • inquiry

    • Deduce

    • Objective

    • Repeatable

    • Theory

    • Hypothesis

    • Scientific Method

    • Variable

    • Experimental variable

    • Control variables

    • Experimental technique

    • procedure

  • Other key ideas…

    • How do you know you have learned the truth?

    • What counts as scientific evidence?

    • Scientific definitions are exact

    • How theories are tested

    • Hypotheses must be testable

    • Changing ONLY one variable at a time

    • Communicating your results with a lab report


9 20 131

9/20/13

  • Exit Task

  • Trade and Grade entry and exit tasks for the week.

  • HOMEWORK due MONDAY 9/23/13 Read and take notes on pages 34-38 and 40-41. Please use a C-notes (a.k.a 2 column) format.

  • Notes should include all bold words and vocabulary, as well as key ideas from MOST paragraphs.


9 23 13

9/23/13

  • Entry Task

  • What is a hypothesis?

  • What is a controlled variable?

  • You may hear other terms for the “experimental variable.” What else might this changed variable be called?

  • Brief review. Please turn in your C-notes homework.


Today s agenda part 1

Today’s Agenda – Part 1

  • Investigation 2B Experiments and Variables on pages 12 and 13 of Investigations Manual.

  • 1. Title: Height of Ramp vs. Time between Photogates

  • 2. Set up the experiment as shown in lab manual.

    • Group 1 – hole 4Group 5 – hole 8

    • Group 2 – hole 5Group 6 – hole 9

    • Group 3 – hole 6Group 7 – hole 10

    • Group 4 – hole 7Group 8 – hole 11

  • 3. Draw a sketch of the set up in your composition notebook.

  • 4. Copy the following data table:


Data table photogate times from a to b

Data Table: Photogate times from A to B

nothing here yet


Today s agenda part 2

Today’s Agenda – Part 2

  • Follow and record answers in composition notebook for steps 2 in lab manual. STOP before step 3.

  • Whole class – share and record data to complete data table “First Trial”

  • Discuss


Whole class discuss write answers in composition notebook

Whole Class – discuss…write answers in composition notebook

  • Complete data table using data from each group for trial one.

  • Do these results make sense? Why or why not?

  • What is the experimental or independent variable in this lab?

  • List and explain the controlled variables we should have. Why are these important for valid results?

  • What is the responding or dependent variable in this lab?

  • EXTRA TIME? Return to labs and complete Step 4 and 5.


Controlled variables

Controlled Variables

  • Check height of ramp – is each group in the correct (assigned) hole?

  • Top c-clamp on top black mark

  • Photogates – A on 5th down from c-clamp (next black mark)

  • Photogate B – 5 up from bottom c-clamp

  • Bottom c-clamp on bottom black mark.

  • Release – make sure round end against c-clamp and pointy end of car down. Same operator and same release method.


9 23 131

9/23/13

  • Exit Task

  • Why should you only change one variable at a time in a good investigation?


9 24 13

9/24/13

  • Entry Task

  • Look up the words ACCURACY and PRECISION in your book.

  • What do those words mean? How are they different?


Whole class discuss write answers in composition notebook1

Whole Class – discuss…write answers in composition notebook

  • Complete data table using data from each group for trial one.

  • Do these results make sense? Why or why not?

  • What is the experimental or independent variable in this lab?

  • What is the responding or dependent variable in this lab?

  • List and explain the controlled variables we should have. Why are these important for valid results?

  • EXTRA TIME? Return to labs and complete Step 4 and 5.


Controlled variables per 6

Controlled Variables – per 6

  • Top C-clamp at the top of the ramp – on first black mark.

  • Bottom c-clamp at the bottom of the ramp – on last black mark.

  • Photogate A – first black mark down from top c-clamp

  • Photogate B – first black mark up from bottom c-clamp

  • No pushing just let go of the car to release! With pointy end forward.


Physical science

  • Hypothesis:

  • If the height of the ramp is highest,

  • Then the time will be the least

  • Because the higher angle will cause more gravity to act on the car.


Controlled variables per 4

Controlled Variables – per 4

  • C-clamps: top c-clamp on top circle (black square around it)

  • Photogate A – on 4th circle down from top c-clamp

  • Photogate B - 10 circles down from photogate A

  • No pushing the car – release method should be same between groups – make sure car is backed up against c-clamp and let go of it.

  • Each group have ramp in correct hole.


Controlled variables per 3

Controlled variables – per 3

  • Release of car should be same between groups – no pushing

  • C-clamps should be attached at the very top of the ramp and the very bottom (on top and bottom black circles)

  • Photogate A – on 3rd empty circle down from top c-clamp

  • Photogate B – on 4th circle down from top c-clamp

  • Make sure your group has the right hole.


Controlled variables per 2

Controlled Variables – per 2

  • Distance between photogate A and B should be same across groups.

  • Photogate A – on 3rd empty circle mark down from top c-clamp.

  • Photogate B - on 3rd empty circle mark up from bottom c-clamp

  • Top c-clamp should be up against top of ramp on first black mark.

  • Bottom c-clamp should be down against botton of ramp on bottom black mark.

  • Level out yellow bubble as best you can.

  • Push car up against c-clamp and release in same manner each time.


Return to lab stations

Return to lab stations…

  • Complete steps 4 and 5 and record answers in composition notebook

  • Be sure your results are PRECISE (reproducible) before you share your data.

  • Sit down and compile rest of data from all groups into data table for “Second Trial”.

  • Discuss answers to questions in Step 5.


9 24 131

9/24/13

  • Exit Task

  • Does the second trial of the experiment produce results that agree with your hypothesis?

  • Explain using evidence from your data table.

  • Use words like “least time” and “most time.”


9 25 13

9/25/13

  • Entry Task

  • If you wanted to display the results of our lab, what kind of graph would be best? Why?

  • Choices:

    • Line graph, bar graph, pie chart, scatter plot


Today s agenda10

Today’s Agenda

  • Graphing assignment

  • Complete Section 1.4 Interpreting Graphs on pages 1,2,3 on PAPER YOU CAN TURN IN.

  • Please do not write on the pink “CLASS SET”

  • EXTRA TIME? Read Section 1.4 Recognizing Patterns in Graphs and answer practice questions on the back of the packet.


9 25 131

9/25/13

  • Exit Task

  • What kind of graph would you use?

  • 25% of students say they love labs, 25% say they love taking notes, and 50% say they wish every science class was outside.

  • Sketch this graph

  • *imaginary data!


9 26 13

9/26/13

  • Entry Task

  • Look at the “Designing an Investigation – Lab Report Guidelines” green sheet.

  • Check the steps we accomplished in our recent lab.

  • WRITE DOWN for entry task, the steps we missed.


Today s agenda11

Today’s Agenda

  • GOAL: work in a small group to design a mini-poster to present Height of Ramp vs. Time between Photogateslab.

  • Sections to include:

  • Title

  • Question

  • Rewrite your hypothesis as

    • IF _____________________________

    • THEN __________________________

    • BECAUSE _______________________

  • Identify the independent and dependent variables.

  • Controlled variables

  • Data Table – ONLY TRIAL 2

  • Graph


Data table photogate times from a to b1

Data Table: Photogate times from A to B

USE THIS DATA FOR YOUR POSTER – DATA TABLE and GRAPH!

DO NOT

INCLUDE

THIS DATA

ON

YOUR

POSTER!!


Graphing

Graphing

“MIXES TUL”

  • M: maximize your graph (use all of the graph paper)

  • IX: Independent variable on X-axis (dependent variable on y-axis)

  • ES: Equally Spaced scale increments (start at 0)

  • T: Title (descriptive and mentions the y-variable vs. x-variable)

  • UL: Units and Labels on both axes


Mini posters

Mini-Posters

  • Review rubric

  • Should be easy to read from a distance.

  • Should include some effective design characteristics such as color, contrast, placement of components, or focal points.

  • NOMINATE:

  • Manager – provides direction to keep things on track according to rubric

  • Artist – writing and design details

  • Data Table and Graph Creator

  • Fact checker/timeline management – makes sure all information is correct and effective, keeps all members working

  • MINI-POSTERS DUE END OF CLASS FRIDAY.


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9/26/13

  • Exit Task

  • How will you label your X and Y axis on your graph?


9 27 13

9/27/13

  • Entry Task

  • Say Something Nice

  • For 2 free points!

  • Did you turn in your C-notes book homework which was due Monday 9/23/13? Better late than never!!

  • REMINDER – graphing worksheet due Monday, 9/30/13


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Today’s Agenda

  • Finish Mini-Posters – USE RUBRIC!!!

  • Manager – provides direction to keep things on track according to rubric

  • Artist – writing and design details

  • Data Table and Graph Creator

  • Fact checker/timeline management – makes sure all information is correct and effective, keeps all members working


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9/27/13

  • Exit Task

  • Trade and Grade week of 9/23-9/27

  • 2 more free points for your HIGH INTEGRITY grading

  • Turn in your posters.

  • Turn in your Entry/Exit task sheets.


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