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Quarter 1, s.y. 2008-2009 BENCHMARK MAP

Quarter 1, s.y. 2008-2009 BENCHMARK MAP

Quarter 1, s.y. 2008-2009 BENCHMARK MAP July 30 – October 3 Today in Science 7/30/08 Review Contract (Due 8/1) (0-4pts) Safety Class Rules Setup Science Interactive Notebook (0-4pts) Supplies Needed For Lab 3 ring binder 1subject spiral notebook – College ruled

By Anita
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Observation & Inference

Observation & Inference

Observation & Inference. modified by Liz LaRosa www.middleschoolscience.com 2009, from original posted at: www.science-class.net/PowerPoints/ Observation _ Inference _8th.ppt. Observations. Any information collected with the senses. Quantitative – measureable or countable 3 meters long

By paul
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Brilliant Bell Work & Smart Science Starters

Brilliant Bell Work & Smart Science Starters

Brilliant Bell Work & Smart Science Starters. Bell Work Procedure. When you walk into class…. Get out your agenda. Get out ANY thing you will need for class…homework, writing utensils, science notebook. Put your back pack up against the south wall. Look at what needs to be turned in.

By Jims
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Welcome to 7 th Grade Science Monica Crowder mcrowd@kyrene

Welcome to 7 th Grade Science Monica Crowder mcrowd@kyrene

Welcome to 7 th Grade Science Monica Crowder mcrowd@kyrene.org. A little bit about me: Goal is to inspire children to want to continue learning and participating in science. 26 years in Education Lived in Ahwatukee since 1991 I LOVE SCIENCE!

By ayita
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Rocks and Minerals

Rocks and Minerals

Rocks and Minerals. By: Mrs. Vicino . Introduction. This cyber lesson was developed to support our third grade rocks and minerals unit. It follows the National Geographic Reading Expeditions text Rocks and Minerals .

By zea
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Observation & Inference

Observation & Inference

Observation & Inference. modified by Liz LaRosa www.middleschoolscience.com 2009, from original posted at: www.science-class.net/PowerPoints/ Observation _ Inference _8th.ppt. Observations. Any information collected with the senses. Quantitative – measureable or countable 3 meters long

By pia
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Walk-In

Walk-In

Walk-In. Welcome! Please take out your science notebook and agenda. Fill out this week’s activities in your agenda (8/6 – 8/10). Science Notebook. Science Notebook s. A tool for scientists to record their thinking and their learning before, during and after a science investigation.

By keaton
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Chapter 1 - Motion

Chapter 1 - Motion

Chapter 1 - Motion. 1 .1 Describing Motion. I. Essential Question:. When is an object in motion?. II. Key Vocabulary. Motion: if an object’s position changes relative to another object. Position: an object’s location

By Anita
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Day 1 The Rock Cycle

Day 1 The Rock Cycle

You will need: Science Book Science Notebook Scissors Glue Pencil Crayons or Markers. Day 1 The Rock Cycle. Introduction: Types of Rocks Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRaInMDNyE8. Introduction Summary – . Rocks are classified by the way they are formed.

By corinna
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Ecosystems

Ecosystems

Ecosystems. 5-2.2 Summarize the composition of an ecosystem, considering both biotic factors (including populations to the level or microorganisms and communities) and abiotic factors. Ecosystem. Ecosystem – an area made up of all living things and non-living things

By trilby
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Alternative Energy Research Essay

Alternative Energy Research Essay

Alternative Energy Research Essay. Due Friday, March 14th. All in the details…. You will write a two paragraph research paper that includes a works cited page. Topic: Why ____________ is the best alternative energy source You must include a works cited page

By abedi
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Elementary Science

Elementary Science

Elementary Science. Science Focus Lesson Week 2. Polk County Public Schools Linda Vendur, Senior Coordinator. Week 2 – SC.F.1.2.3. Benchmark: The student knows that living things are different but share similar structures. Essential Question: How are living things alike and different?

By lucita
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Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion

Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion

Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion. STARTER. A month is around thirty days because: a. that gives a year 12 months. b. the moon orbits the Earth in about 30 days. c. the number 365 is divisible by 30. d. the lunar eclipse occurs 30 times each year. . Practice/Application.

By feoras
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OPEN HOUSE - Team 6-2

OPEN HOUSE - Team 6-2

OPEN HOUSE - Team 6-2. 2011-2012. Haddam-Killingworth Middle School. Welcome to Haddam-Killingworth Middle School Sixth Grade, Team 6-2!. Enjoy the Show!. TEACHERS. Mrs. Pias, C200 Mr. Cappetta, C201 Mr. Greene, C202 Mrs. Mills, C204 Mrs. Wendt, C203 Mrs . Bowman, C212.

By donny
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Balancing Pencils Lesson 2

Balancing Pencils Lesson 2

Balancing Pencils Lesson 2. The Big Idea of this Investigation. Our physical world is governed by the properties and interaction of objects and how force affects motion. ENGAGING SCENARIO.

By juan
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Overarching Question: How does energy from the sun impact Earth’s atmosphere and drive weather?

Overarching Question: How does energy from the sun impact Earth’s atmosphere and drive weather?

Overarching Question: How does energy from the sun impact Earth’s atmosphere and drive weather?. Goal: To draw a diagram of the four layers of Earth’s atmosphere and examine the properties used to distinguish the layers of the atmosphere. What’s going on in this picture?.

By dallon
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Explore the sphere. What do you discover?

Explore the sphere. What do you discover?

Explore the sphere. What do you discover?. Lenses. Study the lens at your table: How is the lens shaped? Look through the lens at the pages of a book, your hand, a hair, and other things. Draw and label what you see in your science notebook. How does this lens make things look?.

By jemma
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Mealworm Observations

Mealworm Observations

Mealworm Observations. Insects have unique structures, behaviors and basic needs such as food, water, air and waste removal. Insects are all related to each other, yet exhibit variations and complex life cycles. Big Idea:. Guiding Questions. What do insects need to survive?

By fola
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Take Out

Take Out

Take Out. Pencil Eraser. When finished with quiz…. Copy down “Good Data” rules from whiteboard onto the bottom of page 26 Conventions for Good Data:. Catalyst. List the 3 sections of your first 8 th grade lab report, and their corresponding objectives. Hint – They have a star next to them.

By mattox
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Chapter 18 Vertebrate Animals

Chapter 18 Vertebrate Animals

Chapter 18 Vertebrate Animals. 6 th Grade Poster Presentation True/False Activity. Do Now…. What do you already know about vertebrate animals? Can you give any examples?. Objectives. Students will Present posters on Chapter 17 invertebrates

By avedis
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