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  1. In Pg. 6 • What is the organ found in the integumentary system? • Answer in Blue, Black or Pencil

  2. Do it now Pg. 6N.12.B.4 http://www.rpdp.net/sciencetips_v2/N12B4.htm Accurate estimates of the age of Earth were not possible until what discovery was made? • Earth’s molten core cools at predictable and measurable rates. • Radioactive decay occurs in certain elements at a constant rate. • The oldest fossils are found in layers at the bottom of rock strata. • The shrinking diameter of the Sun can be used to infer the age of planets.

  3. Nature of ScienceN.12.B.4 http://www.rpdp.net/sciencetips_v2/N12B4.htm Accurate estimates of the age of Earth were not possible until what discovery was made? • Earth’s molten core cools at predictable and measurable rates. • Radioactive decay occurs in certain elements at a constant rate. • The oldest fossils are found in layers at the bottom of rock strata. • The shrinking diameter of the Sun can be used to infer the age of planets.

  4. Do it now Pg. 6N.12.B.4 http://www.rpdp.net/sciencetips_v2/N12B4.htm Which statement below best describes Charles Darwin’s theory of natural selection and Alfred Wegener’s theory of continental drift? • The theories answer all scientific questions about evolution and continental drift. • The development of their theories was influenced by many scientists. • Planned experiments were used to develop these theories. • These theories are an example of how scientific theories do not change over time.

  5. Nature of ScienceN.12.B.4 http://www.rpdp.net/sciencetips_v2/N12B4.htm Which statement below best describes Charles Darwin’s theory of natural selection and Alfred Wegener’s theory of continental drift? • The theories answer all scientific questions about evolution and continental drift. • The development of their theories was influenced by many scientists. • Planned experiments were used to develop these theories. • These theories are an example of how scientific theories do not change over time.

  6. Out Pg. 6 • What are two organs found in the digestive system and what is the function of each organ? • Answer in Blue, Black or Pencil.

  7. In Pg. 8 • What is the function of the esophagus and what was the name of the process it did to accomplish this? • Answer in Blue, Black or Pencil.

  8. Do it now Pg. 8 A construction company is proposing to build a new housing development in an area that will destroy a wetland habitat.Which of the following would be the most likely consequence of the wetland’s destruction? • The wetland plant species would disperse to adjacent meadow habitats. • The populations of wetland animals would be unable to survive in that area. • The wetland animal species would survive by interbreeding with non-wetland species. • The populations of wetland plants would evolve to disperse seeds by wind rather than water. From: http://www.doe.mass.edu/

  9. Nature of ScienceN.12.B.2 http://www.rpdp.net/sciencetips_v2/N12B2.htm A construction company is proposing to build a new housing development in an area that will destroy a wetland habitat.Which of the following would be the most likely consequence of the wetland’s destruction? • The wetland plant species would disperse to adjacent meadow habitats. • The populations of wetland animals would be unable to survive in that area. • The wetland animal species would survive by interbreeding with non-wetland species. • The populations of wetland plants would evolve to disperse seeds by wind rather than water. From: http://www.doe.mass.edu/

  10. Do it now Pg. 8N.12.B.3 http://www.rpdp.net/sciencetips_v2/N12B3.htm Tobacco companies argue that smoking is not directly related to lung cancer. People who smoke cigarettes have only a one-percent chance of getting lung cancer. Which statement best contradicts this claim? • Lung cancer caused by asbestos exposure is the same as lung cancer caused by smoking. • Eighty-seven percent of lung cancer patients smoke cigarettes. • Cigarette smoke contains more than 4000 cancer-causing substances. • Exposure to radon gas is considered the second leading cause of lung cancer. From: http://education.vermont.gov/new/html/pgm_assessment.html

  11. Nature of ScienceN.12.B.3 http://www.rpdp.net/sciencetips_v2/N12B3.htm Tobacco companies argue that smoking is not directly related to lung cancer. People who smoke cigarettes have only a one-percent chance of getting lung cancer. Which statement best contradicts this claim? • Lung cancer caused by asbestos exposure is the same as lung cancer caused by smoking. • Eighty-seven percent of lung cancer patients smoke cigarettes. • Cigarette smoke contains more than 4000 cancer-causing substances. • Exposure to radon gas is considered the second leading cause of lung cancer. From: http://education.vermont.gov/new/html/pgm_assessment.html

  12. Out pg. 8 • What is the function of the nervous system and name 1 organ and 1 tissue of the nervous system. • Answer in Blue, Black or Pencil.

  13. IN Pg. 10 • What was your favorite body system and why? • Answer in Blue, Black or Pencil.

  14. Do it now Pg. 10 N.12.B.4 http://www.rpdp.net/sciencetips_v2/N12B4.htm Which statement best describes the process of science? • Scientists are objective and free of prejudice. • Scientists generally discover new ideas without the help of others. • Scientific ideas evolve or change over time. • New ideas in science generally result from planned experiments.

  15. Nature of ScienceN.12.B.4 http://www.rpdp.net/sciencetips_v2/N12B4.htm Which statement best describes the process of science? • Scientists are objective and free of prejudice. • Scientists generally discover new ideas without the help of others. • Scientific ideas evolve or change over time. • New ideas in science generally result from planned experiments.

  16. Do it now Pg. 10E.12.A.1 http://www.rpdp.net/sciencetips_v2/E12A1.html What is the primary energy source behind the water cycle? • Earth’s internal energy • Sun’s electromagnetic radiation • Moon’s gravitational attraction • Radioactive decay of elements

  17. Earth ScienceE.12.A.1 http://www.rpdp.net/sciencetips_v2/E12A1.html What is the primary energy source behind the water cycle? • Earth’s internal energy • Sun’s electromagnetic radiation • Moon’s gravitational attraction • Radioactive decay of elements

  18. Out Pg. 10 • Which system has the most cross over parts and pieces connected to other systems? • Answer in Blue, Black or Pencil.