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DO NOW. Reminder: Enter the classroom, begin the Do Now immediately, silently and independently. Shaving Cream Name Cards. TASK: Create colorful name cards using food coloring and shaving cream. INSTRUCTIONS: Fold the index card in half hot dog style.

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    1. DO NOW Reminder: Enter the classroom, begin the Do Now immediately, silently and independently.

    2. Shaving Cream Name Cards TASK: Create colorful name cards using food coloring and shaving cream. INSTRUCTIONS: • Fold the index card in half hot dog style. • Write your name on one half of the card. • The student at each table gets a tray with supplies. • Put 2 drops of each color in the shaving cream. • Using a popsicle stick, lightly stir the shaving cream. • Place your name card in the shaving cream and then wipe the name card clean using a ruler and paper towels.- ALL • Wipe off ruler with paper towel and throw paper towel and paper plate away. • Return tray to counter VOICE LEVEL: 2

    3. Exit Slip Answer the following on a post-it in complete sentence. QUESTION: Scientists often revise their experiments after completing them. What is one way you would revise this activity if you were to do it again. VOICE LEVEL: 0

    4. DO NOW Reminder: Enter the classroom, begin the Do Now immediately, silently and independently.

    5. TEKS

    6. VOCABULARY

    7. HOMEWORK

    8. CLASS SYLLABUS

    9. BALANCING NAILS TASK: Balance all 10 nails on top of the single nail in the wooden block. INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Each group receives a wooden block with a nail in it and 10 nails. 2. Try to balance all 10 nails on top of the single nail. Solution Video VOICE LEVEL: 2

    10. REFLECTION

    11. DO NOW Reminder: Enter the classroom, begin the Do Now immediately, silently and independently.

    12. TEKS

    13. VOCABULARY

    14. HOMEWORK

    15. SHARE DRAWINGS

    16. CARD SORT TASK: As a table group, sort the cards into “scientist” and “non-scientist” groups. INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Sort the cards into two groups: “scientist” and “non-scientist”. 2. The student records why the group organized the cards the way they did. 3. The student will share with the class how they organized the cards. VOICE LEVEL: 2

    17. BobakFerdowsi NASA Flight Director In charge of landing Curiosity on Mars.

    18. Jane Goodall World renowned for her work with chimps. Lived among chimps for over 30 years in Africa.

    19. Marie Curie (Born, 7 November 1867, Died, 4 July 1934) was a French-Polish physicist and chemist, famous for her pioneering research on radioactivity.

    20. Albert Einstein (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) Theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity. While best known for the formula E = mc2, he received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics ".

    21. Rosalind Franklin (25 July 1920 – 16 April 1958) was a British biophysicist and X-ray crystallographer who made critical contributions to the understanding of the fine molecular structures of DNA, RNA, viruses, coal and graphite.

    22. Neil deGrasse Tyson is an American astrophysicist and science communicator. Went to Colombia and The University of Texas.

    23. DIRECT YOURSELF TASK: Answer questions about the classroom and lab safety. INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Students will go around the room finding the answers to the questions. VOICE LEVEL: 0-1

    24. GOAL SETTING TASK: Set academic and personal goals for the school year. INSTRUCTIONS: • Complete the Setting Goals letter. • Goals must be measurable. • You must explain how you will achieve the goals WRITING MUST BE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES VOICE LEVEL: 0-1

    25. DEFINITION OF SCIENCE 1 Science is a way to understand the physical world through observation and experimentation. 3 Science is a way to understand the universe we live in. 4 Science is a process used to arrive at an answer. 2 Science gives us answers to the natural world.

    26. DEFINITION OF SCIENCE 1 Science is a way to understand the physical world through observation and experimentation. 3 Science is a way to understand the universe we live in. 4 Science is a process used to arrive at an answer. 2 Science gives us answers to the natural world.

    27. DEFINITION OF SCIENCE 1 Science is a way to understand the physical world through observation and experimentation. 3 Science is a way to understand the universe we live in. 4 Science is a process used to arrive at an answer. 2 Science gives us answers to the natural world.

    28. DEFINITION OF SCIENCE

    29. DEFINITION OF SCIENCE

    30. DO NOW Reminder: Enter the classroom, begin the Do Now immediately, silently and independently.

    31. TEKS

    32. VOCABULARY

    33. HOMEWORK

    34. INB SET UP