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1st Day: Warm Up (IN) Warm ups are done individually and quietly in your desk. Warm up time is usually 5-7 minutes and is a time for you to get prepared and focused for class.

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    1. 1st Day: Warm Up (IN) Warm ups are done individually and quietly in your desk. Warm up time is usually 5-7 minutes and is a time for you to get prepared and focused for class. Get out a piece of paper and write a 5 sentence paragraph that describes one of your favorite hobbies, sports, or activities. What is it? Why do you like it? How long have you been doing it? Who got you involved? What are your goals for this hobby, sport, or activity? Please use proper punctuation, grammar, and capitalization in your writing.

    2. Learning Objective Students will read about and orally identify, policies and procedures for the Earth Science classroom and TJ by using a graphic organizer and writing a short summary.

    3. 1st Day: Reflection (OUT) Reflections are done individually and quietly in your desk. This time is at the end of class usually 5-10 minutes and is a time for you to summarize or think critically about what you have learned in class. Based upon what you learned in class today, write a 5 sentence paragraph that describes what you learned about Mrs. Koshy’s classroom expectations, procedures, and policies today. Please use proper punctuation, capitalization, and grammar in your writing.

    4. 2nd Day: Warm Up (IN) Warm ups are done individually and quietly in your desk. Warm up time is usually 5-7 minutes and is a time for you to get prepared and focused for class. Write a 5 sentence paragraph about your previous school. Where was it? What did you like about it? What was your favorite subject there? What did you dislike about it? Please use proper punctuation, capitalization, and grammar in your writing.

    5. Learning Objective Students will set up their Interactive Notebook for the semester by listening to directions and looking at examples of notebooks set up in the past.

    6. In- 8/27/13 Warm-Up Write a 5 sentence paragraph about your previous school. Where was it? What did you like about it? What was your favorite subject there? What did you dislike about it? Please use proper punctuation, capitalization, and grammar in your writing. Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Explain in 5 sentences or name 5 ways in complete sentences that the Interactive Notebooks are used in Earth Science. Through- Class work Set-Up Interactive Notebook Earth Science slideshow Answer each slide in complete sentences Homework- Get syllabus signed by Friday

    7. In- 8/28/13 Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph. What does Earth Science mean to you? Some of you probably took earth science in 6th grade. What do you remember about it? If you have never taken earth science, what do you think it means? Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Look back at your notes from today. Come up with 3 connections (similarities) between the “spheres” we talked about today. Ex: The biosphere and the lithosphere are related because… Through- Class work What is Earth Science? Fill in notes template and watch video clips about earth science. Homework- Applying science worksheet due Friday

    8. Learning Objective Students will make connections verbally between the 4 areas of earth science (Biosphere, Hydrosphere, Lithosphere, Atmosphere) using comparative language (in common, both have, similar) to create a concept map (days 2 and 3) after filling in a note template (day 1).

    9. In- 8/29/13, Warm-Up Look back at your notes from Tuesday. Define in your own words and draw a picture of the following: Lithosphere- Atmosphere- Hydrosphere- Biosphere- Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Earth Systems Concept Map Earth Science Pre-Test Part 1 Homework- What is Earth Science?/Applying Science worksheet due Friday

    10. Learning Objective Students will make connections verbally in small groups to create a concept map between Earth’s 4 systems using the following vocabulary from their Cornell notes: Biosphere, Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, Lithosphere.

    11. In- 8/30/13 Warm-Up Throughout the year we will be studying bedrock geology, plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanoes, astronomy, weather and oceans. Which unit are you most excited about? Why? What questions do you want answered? What do you already know about one of the topics? Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Think about the concept map you made today. Write a five sentence paragraph. How are the 4 spheres connected? Are there any common themes or ideas that you discovered after making your concept map? Explain. Through- Classwork Earth Science Pre-Test Finish concept maps Homework- None

    12. In- 9/3/13 Warm-Up Think about your first week at TJ this year. Write a five sentence paragraph about how it went. What was the best part of it? What could have been better? Is there anything you are hoping happens this year? Out- Reflection Summarize measuring, the tools, and scales used in class today. Through- Classwork Measurement notes Using lab measuring devices Finish Concept Maps if necessary (due today) Homework- Finish Using lab measuring devices More Metric Measurements

    13. Learning Objective Students will be able to measure correctly (round, read equipment) using basic lab equipment (ruler, graduated cylinder) and explain in writing the process for measuring correctly after completing practice problems.

    14. In- 9/4/13, Warm-Up Use the words below to fill in the blanks. Liter, milliliter, kilogram, gram I have 500 of water in my water bottle. 2. My dog weighs 400. 3. The gas tank in my car holds 20 of gas. 4. The recipe calls for 200 of chicken. Out- Reflection Through- Classwork Dogs and Turnips activity Homework- None

    15. Learning Objective Students will explain orally their solution to the Dogs and Turnips problem using sequential words (first, second, third) with word cards.

    16. In- 9/5/13, Warm-Up We are going to be talking about the scientific method. Write a 5 sentence paragraph about any of the words listed below. Hypothesis, Problem/Question, Data, Independent Variable, Dependent Variable, Trials, Observations, Conclusion, Results Out- Reflection (10 pts.) TBA Through- Classwork Skeleton notes on Scientific Method Homework- Scientific Method Lab Report due Friday

    17. Learning Objective • Students will use the scientific method to solve a problem in the lab by making a hypothesis using causal relationship language (If/then, findings show, because) and testing their hypothesis (day 2) after filling in a note template (day 1).

    18. In- 9/6/13 Warm-Up Come up with a question/problem that you have that could be tested using the scientific method. Come up with a hypothesis. What materials do you need to test your hypothesis? Write out the steps you will take to test your hypothesis. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Scientific Method Lab Homework- None

    19. Learning Objective • Students will use the scientific method to solve a problem in the lab by making a hypothesis using causal relationship language (If/then, findings show, because) and testing their hypothesis (day 2) after filling in a note template (day 1).

    20. In- 9/9/13 Warm-Up • How would you measure the length of an object? What are the units we will use for length in science class? • 2. How could you get the volume of an object? What are some possible units? • 3. How could you measure the mass of an object? What are the units we will use for mass in science? • 4. What is the formula for density? What are some possible units? • Out- Reflection • None Through- Classwork Practicing measuring skills- due in class Homework- Notebook check Friday Test Friday Using scientific method lab due Tuesday

    21. Learning Objective Students will be able to measure correctly (round, read equipment) using basic lab equipment (ruler, graduated cylinder) (day 1) and use these skills to calculate density of various objects, both on paper (day 2) and in the lab (days 3&4).

    22. In- 9/10/13, Warm-Up Use your notes from yesterday to help you answer the questions below. What is the formula used to calculate density? Explain in your own words what density represents. What units is density measured in? Why do you think that knowing the density of an object might be more useful than known the mass of that same object? Out- Reflection- None Through- Classwork Density practice problems Check out textbooks Using the EarthComm Textbook Homework- Finish Using the EarthComm Textbook wkst Test Friday Notebook check Friday

    23. Learning Objective Students will be able to measure correctly (round, read equipment) using basic lab equipment (ruler, graduated cylinder) (day 1) and use these skills to calculate density of various objects, both on paper (day 2) and in the lab (days 3&4).

    24. In- 9/11/13 Warm Up The mass of an object is 62.4 grams and its volume is 31.2 mL. Calculate this object’s density. If you are asked to get the mass of an object and you are given density and volume, how do you solve for mass? If you are asked to solve for the volume of an object given density and mass, how could you do this? Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Describe in complete sentences the process (set of steps) you used to complete the part of the lab you worked on today. Describe how you got mass. Describe how you got volume. How does this help you get density? Through- Classwork Density lab- either part 1 or 2 Homework- Notebook check Friday Test Friday

    25. In- 9/12/13, Warm-Up Test Review Questions What are the 4 areas of earth science called and what are they the study of? What are the 4 “spheres” on earth? Explain how they are all related. What are the 7 steps in the scientific method? What is the difference between the independent and dependent variable? Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Today in class you used a different method to find density. Describe in detail what you did. Through- Classwork Update Scoresheet Finish density lab- due today in class Homework- Test Friday Notebook check Friday

    26. Learning Objective Students will be able to measure correctly (round, read equipment) using basic lab equipment (ruler, graduated cylinder) (day 1) and use these skills to calculate density of various objects, both on paper (day 2) and in the lab (days 3&4).

    27. Interactive Notebook- Scoresheet

    28. In- 9/16/13, Warm-Up We are going to be starting the bedrock geology unit. Write down anything you know about rocks or the rock cycle. Write at least 5 sentences. Think about what are the 3 types of rocks? How are they made? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Introduce geowords Rock cycle picture and vocabulary Rock cycle game Homework- Geowords assignment- this goes in your notebook P. U8-U11

    29. In- 9/17/13 Summarize in at least 5 sentences what we talked about yesterday in class. Underline 5 key words. Use your rock cycle activity sheet to help you if you need. Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Explain how a metamorphic rock could turn into a sedimentary rock. Explain how an igneous rock could turn into a metamorphic rock. Explain how a metamorphic rock could turn into an igneous rock. Through- Classwork Finish Rock Cycle activity- due in class Draw Picture of rock cycle with labels Rock lab data table set up Start Rock Lab if time Homework- Geowords p. U8-U11 due next Friday in your notebook

    30. In- 9/18/13, Warm-Up Answer the following questions in complete sentences. What type of rock is formed from compaction and cementation? What type of rock is formed from heat and pressure? What type of rock is formed from cooling or crystilization of magma? What forms when rocks weather and erode? What forms when rocks melt? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Sedimentary rock notes Start Rock Lab Homework- Geowords p. U8-U11 due in notebook next Friday

    31. In- 9/19/13 Name and explain the difference between the three types of sedimentary rocks. Give an example of each type of rock. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Igneous and Metamorphic rock notes Continue Rock Lab Homework: Geowords P. U17-U19 and P. U27-U30 due next Friday in your notebook.

    32. In- 9/20/13, Warm-Up Answer the following questions in complete sentences. What are the two categories for igneous rocks? Explain the difference between them. Give an example of a rock from each of the two categories mentioned above. What are the two categories for a metamorphic rock? Explain the difference between them. Give an example of a rock from each category mentioned above. Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Summarize what you have learned this week about rocks in at least 5 sentences. Use the following words in your summary: clastic, chemical, organic, foliated, non-foliated, intrusive, extrusive Through- Classwork Finish Rock Lab Start Rocks Review worksheet Homework: Geowords P. U17-U19 and p. U27-U30 due next Friday in notebook Rocks Review sheet due Tuesday.

    33. In- 9/23/13, Warm-Up We are 4 weeks into the school year so far. That means you have about 2 weeks left before the first grading period ends. Write at least 5 sentences about how your semester is going so far. How are your grades looking? What is going well? What could be better? What do you need to be sure and do to meet your goals? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Rock Units oral reading with notes Rock unit writing assignment Homework: Rocks Review sheet due Wednesday (P. 2 and 3) Rocks Review sheet due Tuesday (P. 7)

    34. In- 9/24/13 Warm-Up We are going to be talking about graphing today. Write a 5 sentence paragraph about what makes a good graph. Include the following words if you can: Title, x-axis, y-axis, labels, units, scale Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Brain Stretcher Graphing- due in class today Homework: Notebook check Friday

    35. Learning Objective Students will create, analyze and interpret graphs orally and in writing after looking at examples, working with peers, and going through graphing expectations.

    36. In- 9/25/13 Warm-Up Compare and Contrast the following: Sedimentary rock units and igneous rock units Sedimentary rock units and metamorphic rock units Igneous rock units and metamorphic rock units. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Activity 4 P. U33-U35 in groups. I will collect one per group at the end of class. Homework: Notebook check Friday

    37. Learning Objective Students will work in groups to orally interpret geologic maps and answer questions about these maps using rock unit vocabulary.

    38. Through- Classwork Update Scoresheet Faulting Notes Start Fault Lab Homework: Notebook check Friday- make sure your notebook is up to date. In- 9/26/13 Warm Up Look at the picture above. Describe what you see in at least 5 sentences. What do you think has happened to the rock here? Out- Reflection None

    39. Interactive Notebook- Scoresheet

    40. Learning Objective Students will describe in writing the 3 forces that occur in earth and the types of faults that go with each force using relationship language (related, goes with, causes, etc.) after drawing pictures, watching video clips, and completeing lab activity.

    41. In- 9/27/13, Warm-Up Answer the questions below in complete sentences. Name and describe the motion of the 3 types of forces in the Earth’s crust. 2. Name and describe the motion of the motion of the 3 types of faults that can occur. 3. Which type of force goes with each fault? Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Look at this picture again. Now describe what is happening based on what you have learned. What type of fault is occuring? Where are the hanging and foot walls? Through- Classwork Finish Faulting Lab- due today in class Homework: None

    42. In- 9/30/13, Warm-Up Look at the pictures below and describe what you see. Use at least 5 sentences. What is different about them? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Finish folding notes Activity 6 in textbook P. U49- U51 Homework: Bedrock geology test next Monday and Tuesday

    43. In- 10/1/13, Warm-Up Look at the pictures below and answer the questions. a. b. In figure a, which layer is oldest? How do you know? 2. What happened to the rock layers in figure b? 3. Draw a picture of what a fault would like like if it happened to figure a. 4. Why are sedimentary rock units not laid down in perfect layers? Through- Classwork Introduce 4 Geologic Principles with notes template Determining the age of rocks Start sequence of events packet Start Rock Identification practice test Homework: Bedrock Geology test Monday and Tuesday next week.

    44. In- 10/2/13 Warm-Up Look at the picture below. Determine the order (from oldest to youngest) in which the layers were laid down. Show how the 4 geologic principles relate to this picture. Out- Reflection (10 pts) Summarize the notes you took today in at least 5 sentences. Through- Classwork Finish sequence of events packet and geologic principles assignment OR Finish rock identification practice test. Homework: Bedrock geology test Monday and Tuesday

    45. In- 10/3/13, Warm-Up Summarize using 5 complete sentences what we have talked about in earth science this week. You might want to use the words below: Fold, Fault, Principle of superposition, principle of lateral continuity, prinicple of orginal horizontality, principle of crosscutting relationships Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Test Review- Talk about essay question Start Bedrock Geology review posters Homework: Bedrock Geology test Monday and Tuesday

    46. In- 10/4/13 Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph talking about what you need to study over the weekend to be ready for the test on Monday. We have talked about the following: Rock Cycle, Sedimentary rocks, igneous rocks, metamorphic rocks, identifying rocks, rock units, faulting, folding, geologic principles, age of rocks Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Finish rock review posters- These are due in class today Homework: Study for your test next week.

    47. In- 10/19/12 Warm Up In a five sentence paragraph, write about what you have learned in class this week. Underline 5 vocabulary words. Some words we have talked about are Plate boundaries, divergent, convergent, transform, Pangea, mountains, volcanoes, rift valley, mid-ocean ridge. Reflection: None Through- Classwork Finish plate boundaries worksheet Computer lab simulation assignment Homework: None

    48. In- 10/22/12 Warm-Up Write a fictional story. In your story, describe where you live and the geologic features around you. Talk about what kind of plate boundary you live by and how that plate boundary effects the place where you live in your story. Out- Reflection (10 pts.) RAFT reflection Through- Classwork Building the Features on Earth’s surface skeleton notes Animations Homework: DDRG P. G100-G103 due Wednesday

    49. In- 10/23/12, Warm-Up Answer the following questions in complete sentences. Describe a trench. 2. At what type of plate boundary would you expect a trench to form? 3. What is a subduction zone? 4. What are the three situations where a volcano could form? 5. What is the relationship between the number of earthquakes that occur and the distance from a plate boundary? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork New seating chart Subduction zones and volcanoes Geologic time Earth’s Past Homework: DDRG due Wednesday

    50. In- 10/24/12 Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph. Describe what happens at a subduction zone using at least 5 vocabulary words. Volcano, trench, plates, convergent, subduction, islands, plate boundary, continent-ocean, ocean-ocean Out- Reflection (10 pts) Think about what you have learned during the plate tectonics unit so far. Describe the three types of plate boundaries and one feature (mountain, volcano, trench, etc.) that could form at each plate boundary. Through- Classwork Subduction zones and Island Arcs due in class Finish up Geologic Time Earth’s Past from yesterday Homework: Finish Geologic time Earth’s Past and bring Monday