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In - 1/07/14 Warm-Up 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 your name, today’s date, and Earth Science on the paper that you have received. -Answer the following prompt:

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    1. In- 1/07/14 Warm-Up 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 your name, today’s date, and Earth Science on the paper that you have received. -Answer the following prompt: Write a 5 sentence paragraph about your break. What did you do? Did you go anywhere? Who did you see over break? Do you have a favorite part? Out- Reflection (10 pts.) TBA Through- Classwork Requirements, Seating chart, notebooks, etc. Timeline of the Universe PowerPoint with skeleton notes Homework: DDRG P. E6-E10 due Friday

    2. In- 1/07/14 Warm-Up Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Answer the following questions in complete sentences. How long ago do scientists believe the universe formed? What is a nebula? Explain in a few sentences how scientists think the universe formed. Use detail. Through- Classwork Requirements, Seating chart, notebooks, etc. Timeline of the Universe PowerPoint with skeleton notes Homework: DDRG P. E6-E10 due Friday

    3. In- 1/08/14 Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph. Summarize what you learned about the formation of the universe from yesterday’s PPT Timeline of the Universe. -Explain how galaxies formed. -Describe element formation in stars. -Explain star death and the distribution of elements for new star systems. -Describe planetary system formation. Underline 4 key terms If you weren’t here yesterday, write down anything you know about astronomy or anything you would like to know. Write at least 5 sentences. Out- Reflection 10pts. Write a five sentence paragraph reflecting on what you learned in class today. What surprised you or what did you find interesting? Through- Classwork Notebook setup Big Bang Video clip activity How big is the universe? Scientific notation practice Homework: DDRG P. E6-E10 due Friday

    4. In- 1/09/14, Warm-Up The earth is 93,000,000 miles from the sun. Write this number in scientific notation. Light travels at a speed of 186,000 miles/sec. Write this number in scientific notation. Traveling at the speed of light, it would take us over 5.0 x 1010 years to travel through the universe. Write this number in standard notation. If we could drive through the earth, it would be about 3.6 x 103 miles to the center. Write this number in standard notation. Out- Reflection TBA Through- Classwork Scientific notation practice Homework: DDRG P. E6-E10 due Friday

    5. In- 1/09/14, Warm-Up Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Explain what scientific notation is. Write out the general form used in scientific notation. How is scientific notation related to astronomy? What is another situation, other than astronomy, where scientific notation might be used? Through- Classwork Scientific notation practice Homework: DDRG P. E6-E10 due Friday

    6. In- 1/10/14, Warm-Up Based on what you have learned this week, write a five sentence paragraph describing the size of the universe. What makes up the universe? Is Earth a big part of the universe or not? Explain. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Outer space travel Homework: Finish outer space travel

    7. In- 1/13/14, Warm-Up If you could travel to anywhere in the universe, where would it be? Write a story about how you would get there, how long it would take you, what this place looks like, and what it would be like to visit this place. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Review Geowords Format Brightness Vs. Distance Lab Finish Outer Space Travel assignment if time Homework: DDRG P. E73-E77 due Wednesday Geowords assignment P. E63-E67 and P. E73-E77 due in notebook Notebook check Friday

    8. In- 1/14/14, Warm-Up What is the difference between absolute magnitude and apparent magnitude? Why does the sun seem so bright to us even though it is not a very big star? Betelguese, a star 1000 times bigger than the sun, appears very bright in the night sky even though it is many light years away. Why is this? 4. If the sun and Betelguese were located right next to each other in the sky (same distance from earth), which one would be brighter? How do you know? Out- Reflection TBA Through- Classwork Evolution of a Star PowerPoint with Cornell notes and video clips Class activity with evolution of a star *Work on Outer Space Travel assignment if time Homework: DDRG P. E73-E77 due Wednesday Geowords assignment P. E63-E67 and P. E73-E77 due in notebook Notebook check Friday

    9. In- 1/14/14, Warm-Up Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Write down the 5 most important concepts you took away from today’s lesson in complete sentences. Through- Classwork Evolution of a Star PowerPoint with Cornell notes and video clips Class activity with evolution of a star Homework: DDRG P. E73-E77 due Wednesday Geowords assignment P. E63-E67 and P. E73-E77 due in notebook Notebook check Friday

    10. In- 1/15/14 Warm-Up Based on the notes you took yesterday, answer the following questions in complete sentences. How do all stars start out? 2. What is the main difference between the lifecycle of a medium sized star and a red giant star? 3. Is it possible for our sun to become a black hole? Why or why not? 4. What will happen to our sun after it runs out of fuel? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Introduce H-R diagrams Start Classifying Stars Worksheet Homework: Finish classifying stars worksheet Geowords assignment P. E63-E67 and P. E73-E77 due in notebook Notebook check Friday

    11. In- 1/16/14, Warm-Up Explain what an H-R diagram is. Look at the diagram below to answer the rest of the questions. 2. In which corner(s) of the diagram do stars have the highest temperature? In which corner (s) of the diagram would the stars have a cool temperature and not be bright? Where is our sun located? Out- Reflection Through- Classwork Update scoresheet Today you have time to work on the following assignments: Outer Space Travel- due tomorrow Classifying Stars- due today Geowords- due in notebook tomorrow 4. Extra credit opportunity Homework: Stars test next Friday Notebook check next Friday with Geowords P. E63-E67 & E73-E77 Finish Outer Space Travel for tomorrow

    12. Scoresheet

    13. In- 1/17/14, Warm-Up So far in the stars unit we have talked about the lifecycle of a star, H-R diagrams, and how stars are classifyed. Write a five sentence paragraph summarizing what you have learned so far. Out- Reflection (10 pts.)Summarize the notes you took today in class. Be sure to include how the electromagnetic spectrum relates to astronomy in your summary. Through- Classwork Quiz Electromagnetic spectrum PowerPoint with skeleton notes. Homework: Astronomy test Part 1 next Friday

    14. In-Warm Up 1/21/14 Answer the following questions in complete sentences. Explain what the electromagnetic spectrum is. What is the relationship between wavelength and energy? Why are gamma rays more dangerous than radio waves? What is the name of the part of the spectrum that we can see? How is using different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum helpful in astronomy? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Spectroscope introduction Bright Line Spectra lab Homework: DDRG due Thursday Test Friday

    15. In- 1/22/14, Warm-Up You are an astronomer. Your job is to figure out what a star is made of. Below is a picture of what you see. Explain how you could use this information to figure out what this star is made of. You are also given known spectra of various elements. Lets say that the star you look at is made mostly of hydrogen and helium. What phase of its life is the star in? What if the star had iron and helium in it but no hydrogen? What stage of its life would the star be in? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Flame test lab Spectra ID Homework: DDRG Electromagnetic Spectrum due Thursday Test on Friday

    16. In- 1/23/14, Warm-Up Your test on the origins of the universe, size of the universe, and stars is tomorrow. Write a 5 sentence paragraph summarizing what you have learned or what you think is going to be important to know for tomorrow. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Test review Spectra ID Homework: Astronomy test Friday

    17. In- 1/27/14 Warm-Up None- set up notebook for video facts Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Summarize in 5 complete sentences what you learned from the video. Through- Classwork Secrets of the Sun Video- write down 25 facts in your notebook. Each fact needs to be numbered on a separate line. Homework: Notebook check Friday

    18. In- 1/28/14, Warm-Up We are going to be talking about the sun for the next week. In a five sentence paragraph, write down 5 things you know about the sun already OR write down 5 things you want to know about the sun. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork The Sun PowerPoint with Cornell Notes Sun drawing The Sun Worksheet- due in class Homework: Notebook check Friday

    19. In- 1/29/14 Put the layers of the sun in order from the center outward. Compare and contrast solar flare and prominence. Describe the differences betwee n the photosphere and the chromosphere. Pick one other vocabulary word from yesterday to describe in detail. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Start Sun Posters and research Homework: None

    20. In- 1/30/14, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about what you researched yesterday. What is your topic? What did you find interesting? Does your topic effect earth? If so, how? What does your topic look like? If you were not here yesterday, pick one of the topics from the notes we took on Tuesday and describe it using the questions above. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Update Scoresheet Sun Posters Homework: Notebook check Friday

    21. In- 1/31/14 Warm-Up Decide which part or occurance on the sun the definitions below describe. Use your notes to help you. The area of the sun where nuclear fusion takes place. A huge arching column of gas originiating in the chromoshphere. The lowest layer in the sun where light is given off. High energy particles leaving the sun’s atmosphere in all directions. A dark area on the sun where the temperature is lower. Out- Reflection TBA Through- Classwork Aurora Borealis Video Clip and activity Sunspot graphing assignment Time to work on sun posters or sunspot graphing Posters are due TODAY!!! Homework: Sunspot graphing due on Monday

    22. In- 1/31/14 Warm-Up Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Answer the questions below in complete sentences. What is one thing you learned about the Aurora Borealis (northern lights) today? What is the most interesting thing you have learned abou the sun this week? What is one question you still have about the sun? Through- Classwork Aurora Borealis Video Clip and activity Sunspot graphing assignment Time to work on sun posters or sunspot graphing Posters are due TODAY!!! Homework: Sunspot graphing due on Monday

    23. In- 2/3/14, Warm-Up We are going to be talking about the planets this week. In a five sentence paragraph, write down what you know already about the planets. Which planet do you think is most interesting? Is there anything you would like to find out about the planets during this unit? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Planet research in the computer lab Homework: None

    24. In- 2/4/14, Warm-Up Using your notes from yesterday, summarize what you learned in a five sentence paragraph. If you weren’t here yesterday, then write five sentences about what you know about the planets. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Planet comparison video clips Start scale model of the solar system Homework: None

    25. In- 2/5/14, Warm-Up Answer the following questions in complete sentences. What are the 4 inner planets? What are the 4 outer planets? 3. What is the big difference between the inner planets and outer planets? 4. Which planets have rings? 5. Which planet has rings that go vertically instead of horizontally? 6. Where is the asteroid belt located? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Work on dimensions of the solar system- due in class today. Each planet needs to have a distinguishing feature on it. Homework: None

    26. In- 2/6/14 Warm-Up In a five sentence paragraph, compare and contrast the inner planets to the outer planets. You should be writing down similarities and differences. Out- Reflection (10 pts.) After watching the video, summarize (5 sentences please) what happened in Tunguska, Russia as best as you can. Through- Classwork Introduction to planet brochure Tunguska video and questions- These questions go in your notebook Homework: Finish Tunguska questions in your notebook if necessary DDRG Impact Events due Monday

    27. In- 2/7/14, Warm-Up Write at least a five sentence paragraph. Based on the Tunguska video you watched yesterday, what is your theory on what happened in 1908 in Russia? Defend your claim with at least 3 pieces of evidence. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Brochure project- make sure you have necessary information today. If you already have all of your information, start working on a rough draft of your layout. Homework: DDRG Impact events due Monday.

    28. In- 2/10/14, Warm-Up The end of the 1st six week grading period for this semester is coming up at the end of the week. In a five sentence paragraph, write about what you need to do to make sure you are on track for this six weeks. Which classes are going well so far? What do you need to improve? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Work on Brochure. Today you need to have a rough draft completed. Once your rough draft is completed, I will give you a final draft paper you can be working on. Homework: None

    29. In- 2/11/14, Warm-Up You have today left to work on your brochure project. Write a five sentence paragraph about what you need to work on in class today. Make specific goals for yourself to help yourself stay on task. Out- Reflection (10 pts.) What did you accomplish today in class? What do you need to do tonight on your project to ensure that you are prepared for tomorrow? Through- Classwork Work time to finish up brochure. Your project must be finished when you come to class tomorrow in order to participate and receive credit tomorrow in class. Homework: Finish up brochure if necessary Notebook check Friday

    30. In- 2/12/14 Warm-Up You are going to be presenting your brochures today to a small group. Write down what you consider to be the 5 most interesting or important facts about your object to help prepare you for your presentation. Look through your brochure now so you aren’t just reading from it later. Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Which planet that you heard about today did you find to be the most interesting? Give 3 reasons why. Through- Classwork Present brochures Short writing assignment to complete project Homework: Notebook check Friday

    31. In- 2/13/14, Warm-Up We are going to be talking about how the planets and other objects in our solar system orbit the sun. In complete sentences, write down 5 things you know about how the planets orbit the sun or 5 things you want to know about how the planets orbit the sun. You could write a combination of things you know and things you want to know. Out- Reflection (10 pts) In complete sentences, write down 5 things you learned today about orbits. Through- Classwork Update scoresheet Orbits and Eccentricity Notes with video clips Homework: Notebook check Friday Planets and Sun test Wednesday

    32. In- 2/14/14, Warm-Up Answer the following questions in complete sentences. Use your notes from yesterday. What is an ellipse? In your own words, what does the word eccentricity mean? Describe how the planets orbit around the sun. What shape do they orbit in? What is at each foci? What do Kepler’s three laws of planetary motion say? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Drawing Ellipses Activity P. E29-E30 in the textbook. In your notebook, you need to have the data table on pg. E30 filled in AND questions 4 & 5. Homework: Open note test on Wednesday

    33. In- 2/20/14 Warm-Up Yesterday, you saw the choices you have for classes for next year. Write a five sentence paragraph about what you are planning on signing up for next year in science. Why do you want to take the class you are choosing. If you aren’t sure what class you want to take, write about the choices you are thinking about and questions you may have. Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Look back at your read and recall notes from today. Summarize in 5 sentences what you learned about the moon. Through- Classwork Moon reading with section wrap up questions and notes Homework: DDRG Earth Moon systemdue Monday

    34. In- 2/21/14, Warm-Up Do your best to answer the questions below. If you are not sure, make a guess. Explain how the moon, sun, and earth need to line up to have a new moon. How is this different from a full moon? What does “gibbous” mean? What do the words waxing and waning mean? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Moon 101 video clip Moon phases drawing in notebook Phases of the moon assignment- due in class today Homework: DDRG The Earth Moon system due Monday

    35. In- 2/24/14, Warm-Up Last week we started talking about the phases of the moon. In a five sentence paragraph, summarize what you learned about the phases of the moon. Underline 5 key words. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Eclipses PowerPoint with notes Start construction of eclipses assignment- this goes in your notebook Homework: Notebook check Friday

    36. In- 2/25/14 Warm-Up Explain how a lunar eclipse is different from a solar eclipse. What is the umbra? What is the penumbra? Eclipses happen every year. How come people in Colorado are not able to see every eclipse that occurs? Write down one other fact you learned about eclipses yesterday. Out- Reflection 10 pts. Summarize in 5 complete sentences why tides happen and how they work. Be sure to include the words spring tide and neap tide in your answer. Through- Classwork Introduction to tides and the moon- skeleton notes Work time to finish eclipses assignment- this goes in your notebook If you finish with the eclipses assignment, start on the homework Homework: Notebook check Friday Earth’s Moon worksheet due Wednesday

    37. In- 2/26/14 Warm-Up Fill in the blanks with the appropriate word. Use your notes to help you. Changing appearances of the moon are called. During the phase, the moon is invisible to us. A tide occurs during this phase. When the moon is at a right angle to the sun, the phase occurs and tide occurs during this phase. The phase where ¾ of the side of the moon that is facing us is illuminated is called. When the moon appears to be getting larger, these phases are. When the moon appears to be getting smaller, these phases are. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Moon and tides video clip Tides and Lunar Phases Graphing Homework: Notebook check Friday

    38. In- 2/27/14, Warm-Up Answer the questions below in complete sentences. During a full moon, how much of the moon do we actually see? Starting at new moon, list the waxing phases in order. What phase of the moon occurs during a solar eclipse? What phase of the moon occurs during a lunar eclipse? What does a crescent moon look like? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Update scoresheet Moon and length of year assignment Start Moon Video if time Homework: Notebook check Friday

    39. In- 2/28/14,Warm-Up No Warm Up Out- Reflection TBA Through- Classwork Fix score sheet New seating chart Moon video- write down 25 facts in notebook. Please number every fact on a different line. Homework: None

    40. In- 3/3/14 Warm-Up Use the graph to answer the questions. When did the spring tide occur? Explain. When did the neap tide occur? Explain. Describe the tides at crescent moon. Describe the tides at gibbous moon. Out- Reflection none Through- Classwork Seasons webquest in computer lab Homework: None

    41. In- 3/4/14 Warm-Up What do the words perihelion and aphelion mean? When is the perihelion? What about the aphelion? What is the reason for the seasons? If our planet was like Venus and only tilted 2o on its axis, what would be different? If our planet was like Uranus and tilted much more than 23.5o on its axis, what would be different? Out- Reflection (10 pts.) TBA Through- Classwork Equinox and solstice introduction Orbiter demonstration Moon/Seasons worksheet due in class today Homework: Moon and seasons test Monday

    42. In- 3/5/14, Warm-Up In a five sentence paragraph, explain how the seasons work, why they happen, etc. Please use the words solstice and equinox in your paragraph. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Start Moon & Season Review posters Homework: Moon and Seasons test Monday

    43. In- 3/6/14, Warm-Up Review Questions Explain what the words waning and waxing mean. What phases are waning? What phases are waxing? What is the difference between solar and lunar eclipse? What is the umbra? What is the penumbra? Explain the reason for the seasons. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Finish posters Homework: Moon Seasons test Monday

    44. In- 3/7/14 Warm-Up Fill in the blanks using the word bank below. A occurs when the moon is between earth and the sun. A eclipse could also occur at this time. During new and moon, tides occur meaning that there is a lot of in the tide height. Tide occurs when either 1st or 3rd occurs. High tides are relatively during a neap tide. Seasons are caused because earth is on its axis at 23.5 degrees. When the northern hemisphere is not tilted towards or away from the sun an occurs. If earth is tilted toward or away from the sun a occurs. Through- Classwork Introduce Energy resources Global and US Electricity Generation Word Bank: Change, crescent equinox,full, low, lunar, neap, new moon, quarter, solar, solstice, spring, tilted, * You won’t use all of the words today Homework: Moon/Seasons test Monday

    45. In- 3/14/14 Warm-Up In a five sentence paragraph, write about the TCAP tests you took. Which one was the hardest? Why? Which one was the easiest? Why? What else did you do this week? If you did not take the TCAP test, write about your week. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Energy Resources basic research in computer lab You will pick your research topic at the end of class today Homework: None

    46. In- 3/17/14 Warm-Up On Friday, you picked a topic to use for your energy resource assignment. Write a five sentence paragraph about the topic you are going to research for the project. Why did you pick this topic? What is interesting to you about this topic? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Go over project rubric Start researching your topic Homework: Notebook check Friday Rough draft due Thursday

    47. In- 3/18/14, Warm-Up In at least 5 sentences, write about what information you have found on your topic so far. What information are you going to look for today? What information are you having trouble finding? Out- Reflection 10pts TBA Through- Classwork Continue research on your topic If you finish with your research, start writing your rough draft Homework: Notebook check Friday Rough draft of project due Thursday