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Welcome Assignment Sept. 10 - 17. Take out a sheet of paper and draw a circle map. List all the things that you know about Water. Water Power & Bio Geo Chemical Cycle Booklet Assignment. Please do internet research to find out more about these concepts, cycles and, nutrients.

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welcome assignment sept 10 17
Welcome AssignmentSept. 10 - 17
  • Take out a sheet of paper and draw a circle map.
  • List all the things that you know about Water
water power bio geo chemical cycle booklet assignment

Water Power & Bio Geo Chemical Cycle Booklet Assignment

Please do internet research to find out more about these concepts, cycles and, nutrients.

You may also go to our online textbook website by typing into Google “Pearson Success Net” and logging into our account

Username: ctegrade7

Password: aquaponics7

water power bio geo chemical cycles booklet
Water Power & Bio Geo Chemical Cycles Booklet

Cover –

Title: Water Power & Bio Geo Chemical Cycles

Drawing related to title

Name

Period

page 1 water power notes
Page #1 – Water Power Notes
  • Define the following words:
    • Matter
    • Mass
    • Bent molecular shape
    • Fluid
    • Liquid
    • Capillary action
      • Draw an example of Capillary action and explain how it works
    • Surface Tension
      • Draw an example of surface tension and explain how it works
break the surface tension sparkle
Break the Surface Tension, SPARKLE!!!
  • Fill the petri dish with a layer of water
  • Ask Mrs. Lee for some SPARKLE!!!
  • Get one drop of soap stock solution on a paper napkin
  • Dip the point of the paper clip in the soap solution
  • Put the point in the center of the Sparkly Water (It only happens once so pay attention!)
  • Write Observations
  • Question: How does the surface tension change in the experiment?
  • Empty Sparkly water in the designated waste container.
  • Clean up and reset lab for next class period
page 2 water power notes
Page #2 – Water power Notes
  • Define the following words:
      • Gravity
      • Pressure
        • atmospheric
        • high
        • Low
      • Siphon
        • Draw a two cup siphon and label the following:
          • Atmospheric Pressure
          • Water pushed upward
          • Gravity
          • Water pulled downward
        • Explain what causes the siphon to start, and three ways the siphon will stop
page 2 water power notes1
Page #2 – Water power Notes
  • Define the following words:
      • Gravity
      • Pressure
        • atmospheric
        • high
        • Low
      • Siphon
        • Draw a two cup siphon and label the following:
          • Atmospheric Pressure
          • Water pushed upward
          • Gravity
          • Water pulled downward
        • Explain what causes the siphon to start, and three ways the siphon will stop
siphon challenge
Siphon Challenge
  • Challenge One – Using just the two cups and one length of tube - Siphon one cup of water into the other without touching them once the siphon has started
  • Question: How does atmospheric pressure help the water move up the tube?
  • Questions: What does gravity do to help create the siphon?
  • Challenge Two – Reverse the Siphon without starting over
  • Question: Does the water flow from high pressure to low pressure or low pressure to high pressure?
  • Challenge Three – Siphon most of the water in one cup flow into the other
  • Question: At what point will the siphon stop?
  • Challenge Four – Siphon water from one cup to the other cup and then to the beaker
welcome assignment sept 12 13
Welcome AssignmentSept. 12 & 13
  • Turn in your Career Journal #2
  • Write in your planner

1. Project Signature Paper & Booklet are due AT THE END OF THE PERIOD

      • Period 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 – Monday 9/16
      • Period 6 – Tuesday 9/17

2. Wear Shoes next week we will be going to the garden more than once

      • Turn in your syllabus signature if you haven’t already
page 3 bell siphon
Page #3 – Bell Siphon
  • Draw a simplistic bell siphon diagram
    • Label the following
      • Bell pipe & cap
      • Bell pipe slots
      • Standpipe
      • Atmospheric Pressure
      • Water pushed upward
      • Gravity
      • Water pulled downward
      • Start Siphoning
      • Stop Siphoning
sept 16 17 2013 welcome assignment
Sept. 16 & 17, 2013 Welcome Assignment
  • Take out your booklet and copy for page #4
  • Title: 16 Nutrients Plants Need

Macronutrients

  • Nutrients that plants need in large quantities
    • Hydrogen & Oxygen – Plants get these elements from water
    • Carbon – Plants get this nutrient from carbon dioxide
    • Nitrogen – Promotes healthy leaves and stems
    • Phosphorus – Important for germination and growth of flowers, fruit, and roots
    • Potassium – Helps plants fight diseases
    • Calcium – Helps to build cell walls
    • Magnesium & Sulfur – Helps produce chlorophyll

Micronutrients

  • Nutrients that plants need in small quantities
    • Iron – Helps form chlorophyll and transfer oxygen
    • Manganese – Keeps leaves green
    • Boron – Helps make nicely formed stems and fruit
    • Zinc & Copper – Helps the plant produce proteins
    • Molybdenum – Helps beans and peas form root nodules
    • Chlorine – Stops plants from having stubby roots and wilting
page 4 16 nutrients that plants need
Page #4 - 16 Nutrients that Plants Need

Macronutrients

  • Nutrients that plants need in large quantities
        • Hydrogen & Oxygen – Plants get these elements from water
        • Carbon – Plants get this nutrient from carbon dioxide
        • Nitrogen – Promotes healthy leaves and stems
        • Phosphorus – Important for germination and growth of flowers, fruit, and roots
        • Potassium – Helps plants fight diseases
        • Calcium – Helps to build cell walls
        • Magnesium & Sulfur – Helps produce chlorophyll

Micronutrients

  • Nutrients that plants need in small quantities
        • Iron – Helps form chlorophyll and transfer oxygen
        • Manganese – Keeps leaves green
        • Boron – Helps make nicely formed stems and fruit
        • Zinc & Copper – Helps the plant produce proteins
        • Molybdenum – Helps beans and peas form root nodules
        • Chlorine – Stops plants from having stubby roots and wilting
page 5 the water cycle
Page #5 – The Water Cycle
  • Title
  • Draw a Diagram of the Water Cycle
  • Label Diagram
    • Evaporation
    • Respiration (moisture from breathing)
    • Transpiration (moisture evaporated from plants)
    • Condensation
    • Precipitation
    • Runoff
    • Write a Caption explaining how the Water cycle works
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Page #6 – The Carbon/Oxygen Cycle

  • Title
  • Draw a Diagram of the Carbon/Oxygen Cycle
  • Label Diagram
    • Photosynthesis
    • Respiration
    • Deforestation
    • Burning Fossil Fuels
    • Producers
    • Consumers
    • Decomposers
  • Write a Caption explaining how the Carbon/Oxygen cycle works.
page 7 nitrogen cycle
Page #7 – Nitrogen Cycle

Title

Labels on Diagram

Bacteria

Decomposers

Nitrogen Fixation

Consumers

Producers

Decomposers

Write a Caption explaining how the Nitrogen cycle works