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  1. Introduction to Science Seven 1st weeks of school Notes Pygmy Rabbit

  2. Why is it important to follow lab safety rules, equipment, and procedures?. Final exam = 90% or above to pass exam or retake until you meet standard. 1. Science Safety

  3. Population, Systems, Pollution, Solutions Environmental Issues – Year around

  4. Thorough review of entire process using theory, activities, demos & labs. Diving Submarine Lab 2. Scientific Method & Experiment Basics

  5. What is soil & why is soil important to life? History, research, field & lab observations. 3. Field study - Soil

  6. Atoms, physical & chemical changes 4. Physical Science Basics

  7. Circulatory, Respiratory and Digestive… others? 5. Human Body System Basics

  8. Water cycle, salmon life cycle & environment Water, Salmon & Life

  9. Structure & Function of plant & animal cells 6. Cells and Life Basics http://www.mybloodyourblood.org/biology_white.htm

  10. DNA structure, sexual vs asexual Reproduction Genetics Basics 413some.blogspot.com questions.thoughts.com www.10news.com

  11. Environment, Food Webs, Energy Pyramids, Threatened & Endangered species Ecology Basics

  12. KEY EXPECTATIONS & GENERAL RULES

  13. 1. Keep an appropriate, respectful learning environment. 2. Actively participate in your own learning. 3. Always be respectful of yourself and others. KEY ExPECTATIONS

  14. Start of day a. Stand Up b. Go over day’s jobs • End of Day a. Stand Upb. Go over day’s Jobs. • Tardy: a. Sign in quietly b. Go to your seat • Talking in class: a. Never for alone work. b. Use 12” voices GENERAL RULES

  15. Signals for Quiet: a. Hand up b. Lights off (5sec) c. Cow Bell • Roaming around: a. Not allowed • Hands off : a. Cabinets except single door b. files c. Display station. • Substitute (Guest) a. Be helpful & treat better than your teacher! GENERAL RULES

  16. Restroom a. Sign out once a week. b. Emergency - ok. • Absent make up work a. One day for each day absent. b. Mark Absent c. put in Absent/Late/Redo file • Late Passes a. 4 a semester, b. fill out staple to work, c. put in Absent/Late/Redo file GENERAL RULES

  17. Work Redos a. Within 5 days of return. b. Put “Redo” on top. c. Attach old work. d. Put In Late File • Test Redos a. Within 5 days • Grade entry errors a. If you suspect an error in your grades, see me with the work asap. GENERAL RULES

  18. 1. Do Lab overview & Safety brief • 2. Quietly clear Stations - Don Safety Gear • 3. Choose Positions (Team Leader, Operators, Recorders, Timekeeper) • 4. Read, Reread, Follow, & Check Off instructions w/ period number when done • 5. Everyone takes proper data & Recorder posts team data • 6. Clean Station & area when done Work/Lab team Rules

  19. Example of Figure 1 – Bulldozer 2

  20. Example of Figure 2 – Bulldozer 2

  21. 1) Are passionate Learners about Science & Nature 2)Self Motivated – They seek solutions 3) Good Communicators 4) Curious about Nature 5) Creative Problem Solvers - think “out of the box” 6) Risk takers - willing to fail – sometimes publicly. 7) Persistent - They bounce back from failure. (Resilient!!) 8) Focused– stick to-it-tive ness 9) Open minded & Honest about data & results 10) Analytical – (Logical, systematic, methodical) 10 Characteristics of Scientists

  22. What is Science, What isn’t Science Observations and Inferences. Unit Slideshow links