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September 23, 2012 Topic: Air Pollution Do Now: What does evaporation mean? What abiotic factor causes evaporation to happen? Can sand evaporate? Why or why not? If a cup of salt water is left out to evaporate, what will be left in the cup after the evaporation process is over?.

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September 23, 2012

Topic: Air Pollution

Do Now:

  • What does evaporation mean?
  • What abiotic factor causes evaporation to happen?
  • Can sand evaporate? Why or why not?
  • If a cup of salt water is left out to evaporate, what will be left in the cup after the evaporation process is over?
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Talk to the person next to you.

Define “acid rain” in your own words.

Write this definition in your notebook.

why is acid rain a problem
Why is acid rain a problem?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nc6j7zz1_do

types of variables
Types of Variables

There are 2 main types of variables:

Independent Variable: The variable that is changed by the scientist

Dependent Variable: The variable that might change because of what the scientist changes – what is being measured

example
Example!

Ex. If I drink Mountain Dew before bed, then I will not sleep very much.

IV: Drinking Mountain Dew

DV: the amount of sleep

practice
Practice

Identify the variables:

If I leave all the lights on all day,

then my electric bill will be expensive.

If I brush my cat more, then there will be less fur on my furniture.

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Practice

Identify the variables:

Elizabeth wanted to test if temperature affected how fast milk goes bad and curdles. She left milk in a room temperature closet, a fridge, and an oven that was turned on low heat. She then measured how rotten the milk was after 10 days.

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September 25, 2013

Topic: Socratic Seminar

Do Now:

  • Copy tonight’s homework
  • Take out your seminar preparation sheet.
  • Take out a piece of paper to take notes on.
  • SLANT silently until everyone is ready to begin.
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September 26, 2013

Topic: Media and the Environment

Do Now:

  • What is a documentary?
  • Who might make a documentary?
  • Why might someone make a documentary?
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September 27, 2013

Topic: Media and the Environment, pt 2.

Do Now:

  • Copy your homework.
  • Take out the notes you took yesterday on Bag It.
  • SLANT silently until everyone is ready to begin.