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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?

    2. 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 today.

    3. 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?

    4. 2nd 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. Reflect on and summarize what you learned in class today. You can write about what we did in the computer lab or what we did before the computer lab or both. Write at least 5 sentences.

    5. In- 8/29/12 and 8/30/12 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 Clicker questions Through- Class work Set-Up Interactive Notebook Earth Science notes in notebook Earth Systems concept map Homework- Applying science worksheet due Friday

    6. In- 8/31/12, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about the most beautiful place that you have ever been. What is the name of this place?Who took you there? When did you go there? Where is this place? Why is it beautiful? Out- Reflection Reflect on your first week of school at TJ this year. What have you liked about it? What could have been better? Write at least 5 sentences. Through- Class work Earth Science Slideshow Answer each slide in complete sentences. CSIQ: Complete Sentence Including Question Homework- None

    7. In- 9/4/12 Warm-Up Look back through your notes from last week. Write at least 5 sentences about what Earth Science is and what we will be studying this year. Out- Reflection None- work on HW Through- Classwork Measuring devices and units Using lab measuring devices due in class Start More Metric Measurements Homework- Finish More Metric Measurements The Earth: Nature’s Storehouse questions due Friday Notebook check Friday

    8. In- 9/5/12 and 9/6/12 Warm-Up Summarize in at least 5 sentences what we did in class on Tuesday. Underline 5 vocabulary words. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Update score sheet for notebook Safety in the science classroom Scientific method notes Scientific method lab Scientific method lab report Homework- Notebook check Friday The Earth: Nature’s storehouse questions due Friday

    9. Interactive Notebook- Scoresheet

    10. In- 9/7/12, Warm-Up Think about the scientific method. Come up with a problem/question and explain how you would use the scientific method to answer your problem/question. Use at least 5 vocabulary words in your explanation. Out- Reflection (10 pts) We have talked about measuring, quantities like mass, volume, etc. and the units, and scientific method this week. What are you understanding well? What are you struggling with? How can I help you understand the material better? Through- Classwork Earth Science Pre-test Scientific Method Lab report Tornado Simulation Homework- None

    11. In- 9/10/12, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about your weekend. Out- Reflection Reflect on how the activity today and how it relates to the scientific method. Explain your thinking process during the activity. Through- Classwork Dogs and Turnips activity Homework- Test Friday

    12. In- 9/11/12 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 10 pts RAFT reflection if time Through- Classwork Measuring practice as a class Practicing measuring skills Due in class Scientific method lab report Homework- Finish scientific method lab report Test Friday

    13. In- 9/12/12 and 9/13/12 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. What is the formula for density? What are some possible units? • Out- Reflection • . Through- Classwork Density practice problems and introduction Density lab- due in class Homework- Study for your test

    14. In- 9/17/12, Warm-Up We are going to be studying the three different types of rocks this week. In a five sentence paragraph, write down anything you know about rocks. Out- Reflection None- start on HW Through- Classwork Check out textbooks Using the EarthComm Textbook- due in class Sedimentary rocks notes Homework- Geowords Pg. U8-U30 due in NOTEBOOKS Thursday

    15. In- 9/18/12 and 9/19/12 Warm-Up Update scoresheet Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Answer the following questions in complete sentences. What are the three types of sedimentary rocks called? Explain the difference between them. Explain the difference between intrusive and extrusive igneous rock. Explain the difference between felsic and mafic igneous rock. What are the two types of metamorphic rocks called? Explain the difference between them. Through- Classwork Rock lab Rock notes in notebook Homework- Notebook check Thurs. Geowords P. U8-U30 due Thurs. in NOTEBOOK

    16. Interactive Notebook- Scoresheet

    17. In- 9/20/12, Warm-Up We will be talking about the rock cycle today in class. Write down anything you know about the rock cycle. If you don’t know anything, make an educated guess about what you think it is. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Rock Cycle intro Rock cycle activity due in class Homework- None

    18. In- 9/24/12, Warm-Up Answer the following questions in complete sentences. What processes are used to form a sedimentary rock? 2. What processes are used to form an igneous rock? 3. What processes are used to form a metamorphic rock? Out- Reflection None- start HW Through- Classwork Activity 4 P. U33 in your notebooks TAI and Investigate 1-3. Homework- Igneous Rock Worksheet

    19. In- 9/26/12 The end of the first six week grading period is next Friday. Are you on track in your classes to meet your goals? What do you need to do this next week to make sure you are on track to meet your goals at the end of the six weeks? Please write at least 5 sentences. Out- Reflection None- start on HW Through- Classwork Homework questions Rock Units reading with notes Rock units writing Homework- Metamorphic rocks worksheet

    20. In- 9/27/12, Warm-Up Answer the following questions in complete sentences. What is a rock unit? 2. Explain what sedimentary rock units look like. 3. Explain what igneous rock units look like. 4. Why are metamorphic rock units more complicated than igneous or sedimentary rock units? Out- Reflection In a five sentence paragraph, summarize the notes you took today. Through- Classwork Folding and faulting notes in the computer lab Homework- None- Please bring your earth science binders to class on Monday.

    21. In- 9/28/12 Answer the following questions in complete sentences. Name the 3 types of forces and describe the motion associated with each force. 2. Name the 3 types of faults. 3. Match the 3 forces with the 3 faults. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Faulting lab introduction Faulting lab due in class Homework: None- Please bring your earth science binders to class on Monday

    22. In- 10/1/12, Warm-Up So far in the bedrock geology unit, we have talked about the rock cycle and how rocks are formed, the three types of rocks, rock units, forces in the earth, and faults. Summarize what you have learned so far in this unit in at least 5 sentences. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Binder requirements and set up Work on getting binders set up Rocks Review Worksheet Homework: Binder check on block day Grading period ends Friday Rocks review sheet

    23. In- 10/2/12, Warm-Up Use your notes to help you answer the following questions. What is the difference between a fault and a fold? 2. What could cause a fault to occur? 3. What could cause a fold to occur? Out- Reflection Through- Classwork Activity 6 in your textbook P U49. This goes in your notebook. Show me at the end of class. Extra credit review Homework: Binders due block day Rocks test next block day

    24. In- 10/3/12 and 10/4/12 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? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Ages of different rock units as a class Sequence of events packet due in class Practice rock identification test *PLEASE PICK UP YOUR CLICKERS Homework: End of six weeks is Friday. Any work you have from this grading period needs to be in. Rocks test next week Extra credit study guide due on test day

    25. Through- Classwork Finish practice test Finish Sequence of events packet Relative Age of Rocks worksheet All 3 due today Homework: Bedrock Geology test next block day In- 10/5/12 Warm Up Answer the following Explain what the principle of superposition says in your own words. 2. Explain the difference between a normal fault and a reverse fault. Use your notes to help you if you need to. 3. If you have a fault that cuts through a rock unit, which one is older, the fault or the rock unit? How do you know? Out- Reflection (10 pts) Write a five sentence paragraph. Summarize what we have talked about this week in class. Use as many of the following words in your paragraph as you can. Fold, Fault, Rock Unit, Principle of Superposition, Erosion, Principle of Crosscutting relationships, Layers

    26. In- 10/8/12, Warm-Up Your bedrock geology test is this week. In a five sentence paragraph, write about what you need to study the most. In this unit, we have talked about the rock cycle, sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic rocks, rock identification, folding and faulting, and relative age of rocks. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Introduction of minerals Reading with section wrap up questions in your notebook Properties of minerals Minerals worksheet Homework: Bedrock geology test block day Sequence of events, practice test, and relative age worksheet due Tuesday Notebook check Friday

    27. In- 10/9/12, Warm-Up What are the 5 characteristics that all minerals have? Use your section wrap up questions to help you. Name three properties you could use to identify a mineral. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Update scoresheet Mineral Identification lab- due in class Homework: Study for your test coming up Wednesday or Thursday Notebook check Friday Extra Credit study guide due on Test day

    28. In- 10/12/12, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph. Reflect on the bedrock geology test you took this week. Did you think it was hard or easy? Explain. What was the easiest part for you? What was the most difficult part for you? If you did not take the test, write about when you plan on taking it and what you need to study. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Mineral Hardness lab Homework: None

    29. In- 10/15/12 Warm-Up We are going to start talking about plate tectonics. Write a five sentence paragraph about anything you know that is related to plate tectonics. Some topics we are going to study are plate boundaries, pangaea, how mountains, volcanoes, islands, trenches, and other geologic features are formed, structure of earth’s inside, and why the plates move. If you don’t know anything, write down 5 questions you have. Out- Reflection (10 pts) Summarize the notes you took today in at least 5 sentences. Through- Classwork Plate Tectonics Cornell Notes with clickers *Please pick up your clickers. Homework: Digging Deeper Reading Guide (DDRG) P. G78-G81

    30. In- 10/16/12, Warm-Up Answer the questions below in complete sentences. What are the 3 types of plate boundaries called? Describe the motion for each boundary. 2. Explain how an island could form. 3. Explain one way a volcano could form. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Pangaea Introduction Pangaea Activity Homework: DDRG P.G110-G116

    31. In- 10/17/12 and 10/18/12 Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about Pangea. Why do scientists think that Pangea used to exist? What did Pangea look like? What do you think that the planet will look like 50 million years from now? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Short video clip on Pangea This Dynamic Planet map activity due in class today Plate Boundaries worksheet Homework: None

    32. 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

    33. 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

    34. 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

    35. 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

    36. In- 10/29/12, Warm-Up In a five sentence paragraph, write about your weekend. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Seafloor Spreading reading with section wrap up questions Rates of Seafloor spreading worksheet Homework: Finish Rates of seafloor spreading worksheet Test next Monday Notebook check next Monday

    37. In- 10/30/12, Warm-Up Answer the following questions in complete sentences. What is seafloor spreading? 2. Where does seafloor spreading occur? 3. There are two reasons that scientists believe seafloor spreading occurs. What are they? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Earth’s Interior structure PowerPoint with questions- show me at the end of class for points Homework- DDRG Measuring the Motion of the Lithospheric Plates due Friday Plate tectonics test Monday Notebook check Monday

    38. In- 10/31/12 and 11/1/12 Warm-Up Use your notes from Tuesday. Write a five sentence paragraph. Summarize the notes you took on Tuesday. Underline 5 vocabulary words. Out- Reflection (10 pts) Explain how the lava lamp works. What does the lava lamp show a good example of in the mantle? Use the following words in your explanation: density, core, crust, mantle, convection current. Through- Classwork Finish rates of seafloor spreading worksheet from Monday Density of earth materials lab due in class Homework: DDRG Measuring the Motion of Lithospheric Plates due Friday Plate tectonics test Monday Notebook check Monday

    39. Through- Classwork Update scoresheet Plate tectonics Test Review Homework: Plate tectonics test Monday Notebook check Monday In- 11/2/12, Warm-Up Test Review Questions What are the 3 types of plate boundaries called? 2. Explain what a subduction zone is. 3. What is seafloor spreading? 4. What evidence to scientists have that Pangaea existed? Out- Reflection None

    40. In- 11/6/12, Warm-Up No Warm up- Set up notebook for movie facts Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork The Earth Biography: Volcanoes Write down 25 facts in your notebook. Number all of your facts. 1. 2. 3. Etc. Homework: None

    41. In- 11/7/12 and 11/8/12 Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph. Summarize what the movie was talking about Tuesday. Use your notes to help you. If you were absent Tuesday, write down whatever you know about volcanoes. Out- Reflection 10pts Write a five sentence paragraph. Write about what you learned in class today. This could be about the famous eruptions or it could be about the research you did for your newscast assignment. Through- Classwork Famous Eruptions PowerPoint with Cornell notes Newscast assignment Homework: None

    42. In-11/9/12 Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph. The end of the six weeks grading period is in ONE week. Has this grading period been better or worse than the first grading period? Why? What do you need to do to make sure you are on track in all of your classes by the end of next week? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Write down table of contents for Binder check Finish Volcanoes and Earthquakes distribution assignment from Monday Finish newscasts Present newscasts for extra credit (if time) Homework: Volcanoes Vocabulary due in Notebook for next notebook check Binder check due on block day. Receive extra credit for turning it in on Tuesday

    43. In- 11/13/12, Warm-Up We are going to be talking about the properties of magma today. Write down anything you know about magma, lava, or volcanoes in at least 5 sentences. Out- Reflection (10 pts) Summarize the notes you took in class today. Underline 5 vocabulary words. Answer the 2 questions below as well. What is the relationship between silica content and viscosity? 2. What is the relationship between silica content and eruptive force? Through- Classwork Composition of magma notes and simulations Homework: Binder check on block day- turn it in today for extra credit Volcanoes vocabulary due in notebook Nov. 30th

    44. In- 11/14/12 and 11/15/12 Warm-Up Answer the following questions in complete sentences. What are the three types of volcanoes called? 2. What does the word viscosity mean in your own words? 3. Does water or syrup have a higher viscosity? 4. Which type of volcano has lava with the lowest viscosity? What about the highest? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Speed of a bubble lab due in class today Assignment 17-2 Homework: Volcanoes vocabulary due Nov. 30th

    45. In- 11/16/12 Warm-Up In a five sentence paragraph, summarize what you have learned about volcanoes up to this point. You might want to include the types of volcanoes, where they are located, types of possible eruptions, how the differences in silica change the magma or other things. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Lahar pictures and introduction Lahar graphing assginment Homework: Volcanoes vocabulary due Nov. 30th Finish Lahar graphing

    46. In- 11/19/12, Warm-Up Answer the following questions in complete sentences. Use your lahar assignment to help you. Describe a lahar. 2. On the graph you made, what does the slope represent in this situation? 3. Could you outrun a lahar if it were coming at you? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Mid Ocean Ridge and heat flow assignment Homework: Volcanoes vocabulary due Nov. 30th

    47. In- 11/20/12, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about what you plan to do during your five days off. Are you going anywhere? What are you doing for thanksgiving? Are you going to do anything fun or exciting? Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Finish Mid-Ocean Ridge and Heat flow assignment *The small map and questions on the back page are extra credit. Homework: Volcanoes Vocabulary due Nov. 30th in your notebook Extra credit for 2nd six weeks due Nov. 30th Poinsetta money due Nov. 30th

    48. In- 11/26/12 Warm-Up Use your mid-ocean ridge and heat flow assignment to help you answer the following questions. Where in the ocean basins is it the warmest? 2. How does your answer to question 1 support the theory of seafloor spreading? 3. How does this activity relate to volcanoes? Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Write at least five sentences summarizing the notes that you took in class today. Underline 5 vocabulary words from the notes. Through- Classwork Volcanic Gases notes with clickers Homework: Work on Vocabulary due Nov. 30th in notebook Check Your Understanding questions P. G41 1-5 These go in your notebook Notebook check on Fridayher Volcanoes test Friday