• Science Weekly Assignments:

    Monday, 11/18- Friday, 11/22

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    • All HW assignments are due the next day unless specified.

    • All late work is due 1 week after it is assigned.  All late work will only be worth half credit in the grade book.  After 1 week, the assignment is no longer available for half credit. The assignment will remain a zero in the gradebook for the remainder of the quarter.
    • All classwork and HW needs to be completed to the student's very best effort by the due date given.

     

    • All assignments need to have a student's first and last name visible on all papers. All no-name papers will be placed in the trashcan.

     

    Science Weekly Assignments:

    Monday, 11/18 - Friday, 11/22

     

    2nd Quarter Science Project: None

    Due Date: None

     

    Google Classroom Codes:

                                                                                       3rd Period: Cf4jc7

                                            5th period: Wjf5xe

                                            7th period: 3cwedg

     

     

     Current Chapter of Study: 
           Chapter 6.3  and Chapter Review      

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    Monday: 

    • Today's classwork: Writing Prompt: Prove the Claim: Metamorphic rocks eventually melt into magma. Students began working on Ch. 6.3 Cornell Notes with groups.

     

    • HW: Chapter 6 Test this Friday

    Tuesday:

    • Today's classwork: Writing Prompt: Explain how erosion of beach cliffs is an example of mechanical weathering. Students listened to Ch. 6.3 whole group. Students finished annotating Ch. 6.34 Cornell Notes with red pens from Quizlet. 

     

    • HW: Chapter 6 Test this Friday

    Wednesday:

    • Today's classwork: Writing Prompt: Describe the 4 types of mechanical weathering. Students worked on Ch. 6.3 Study Guide with teams: collected when finished. Afterwards, students began working on a mechanical weathering activity. 

     

    • HW: Chapter 6 Test this Friday. Study all Quizlets in Google Classroom for at least 15 minutes.

    Thursday:

    • Today's classwork: Writing Prompt: Prove the Claim: Chemical weathering breaks rocks apart. Students finished Ch. 6.3 Study Guide solo: collected when finished. Afterwards, students continued working on a mechanical weathering activity. 

     

    • HW: Chapter 6 Test this Friday. Study all Quizlets in Google Classroom for at least 15 minutes.

     Friday: Chapter 6 Test