9/8 ~ Hw: 4 q. parent hw; purchase large spiral notebook.
9/9 ~ Hw: Visit Quizlet and review class rules.
9/10 ~ Hw: Re-read p. 6-10.
9/11 ! Hw: Review p. 6-10. Tuesday will involve our first experiment of the year. Good times!
9/15 ~ Hw: Review p.p. 6-10, plus review today's lab.
9/16 ~ Hw: Study Tues. lab, review Quizlet, and review p. 6-10.
9/17 ~ Hw: Study briefly for Friday's quiz; get O.W.L.S. p. slip signed.
9/18 ~ Hw: Organize spiral notebook (worth one quiz grade next week).
9/21 ~ M Hw: Review quiz answers you missed on Friday, f/t on Tues. and Thurs.
9/22 ~ T Hw: Sci. notebook check on Fri. (worth one quiz grade), f/t Tues. and Thurs.
9/23 ~ W Hw: No school
9/24 ~ Th Hw: Sci. notebook check on Fri., improve your OWLS answers.
9/25 ~ F Hw: Review Quizlet and OWLS work
9/28 ~ M Hw: Test Friday. Study old quiz and today's activity sheet
9/29 ~ T Hw: Test Friday. Visit revised Quizlet and review your lab notes
9/30 ~ W Hw: Test Friday. Visit Quizlet and review p.p. 6-10
10/1 ~ Th Hw: Test tomorrow. Review Quizlet and your notebook
10/2 ~ F Hw: No hw this weekend :(
10/5 ~ M Hw: Finish/review classwork (terms from p.p. 476-481), bring in textbook, test s and c
10/6 ~ T Hw: Finish "Key Figures" classwork. The sheet says "24" but it is #25
10/7 ~ W Hw: Finish "Halfway through the first quarter" worksheet (26)
10/8 ~ Th Hw: Finish worksheet # 27 ("Friction")
10/9 ~ F Hw: Finish worksheet # 28 ("Salinity of Northwest Creek")
10/13 ~ T Hw: Review last week's worksheets
10/14 ~ W Hw: Finish today's OWLS/Film worksheet
10/15 ~ Th Hw: Carefully read the National Geographic Mars article, plus answer the "Four Context Clues" worksheet.
10/16 ~ F Hw: Fine-tune this weeks written work (That's exactly what I would do!) :)
10/19 ~ M Hw: Quiz on Thursday. Review work beginning on 10/5. Read p.p. 485-487; define buoyancy and Pascal's Principle.
10/20 ~ T Hw: P. report signed, and bring in one example of current concept we are studying.
10/21 ~ W Hw: Organize sci. notebook, plus prepare for quiz on Thursday.
10/22 ~ Th Hw: Review classwork since 10/5. Pay attention to pg. 28 review sheet. Test next Friday.
10/23 ~ F Hw: Finish "Big and Small Questions" classwork.
10/26 ~ M Hw: Improve practice test; test Friday
10/27 - T Hw: Review for ten min. for Fri. test. OWLS Wed. and Thurs.
10/28 - W Hw: Finish classwork; test will be next Monday.
10/29 - Th Hw: Organize notebook; test next Monday. S'mores activity on Friday.
11/2 - M Hw: Tidy up your sci. notebook.
11/3 - T Hw: Test signed and corrected; gather info on designing exp.
11/4 - W Hw: Summarize p.p. 632-3; prepare to present your idea for a chemistry experiment on Thursday.
11/5 - Th Hw: Read pg. 637 and prepare to discuss in class.
11/6 - F Hw: Review this week's work, and visit Quizlet
11/9 - M Hw: Read p.p. 646 and 648. Review work since last Tuesday; expect a quiz this week. You need two terrific paragraphs about your topic by Thurs.
11/10 - T Hw: Revise your two research paragraphs; steps paragraph is due at the end of class on Thursday.
11/12 - Th Hw: Review work from 11/4 until now.
11/13 - Review this week's classwork
11/16 - Cont. your research; visit the quizlet test
11/17 - Prepare for your presentation.
11/18 - Review the updated quizlet
11/19 - Review quizlet
11/20 - Organize your science notebook/enjoy the weekend!
11/23 - Write one paragraph describing how you could have improved your research report and presentation (I will check this after Thanksgiving)/
11/24 - Happy Thanksgiving
11/30 - Summarize p.p. 489 and 490 - viscosity and pressure. You may write in paragraph or bullet form.
12/1 - Review today's classwork
12/2 - Boys will present two examples of low and high viscosity, while girls will present two examples of low and high pressure.
12/3 - Study the brand-new, magnificent quizlet: Atoms!
12/4 - No hw (National Springsteen Day)
12/7 - Summarize pg. 513 and 524.
12/8 - Review work from #53 until today. Quiz Fri.
12/9 - Review work from # 53 until today. Quiz Fri.
12/10- Quiz Fri. Review today's lab
12/11 - Organize your notebook.
12/14 - Collect research to add to your earlier work. Test Friday for students who don't do research.
12/15 - Continue to work on revision.
12/16 - Finish revision
12/17 - Finish revision
12/18 - Enjoy weekend!
12/21- Bring in a mystery box with 1-3 items in it to predict (indirect evidence)
12/22- Notebook check
1/4- Describe in your journal three events in nature which occur periodically. Plus, read p.p. 516 and 517
1/5- Describe in your journal seven great facts about an periodic group.
1/6- Seven Periodic Facts assignment is now due on Friday. Visit Quizlet
1/7- Finish P. table assignment. Presentations due Friday.
1/8- Visit Quizlet
1/11- Expect a quiz this week. Be familiar with your periodic table research, and the first ten terms on Quizlet
1/12- Study fake quiz to prepare for Friday's quiz
1/13- Prepare for Friday's quiz
1/14- Finish catapult lab from earlier in the week.
1/15- Organize notebook
1/19- Organize notebook and finish classwork:
1/20- Review Quizlet and Monday's classwork.
1/21- Review this week's work.
1/22- Review Quizlet
1/25- Unit exam on Friday. If you plan to be absent, take the test on Thursday.
1/26- Review classwork
2/1- Test signed and corrected, read p.p. 192-198; answer Q. # 1-3 on pg. 199
1/19- Organize sci. notebook and finish today's classwork: http://teachertech.rice.edu/Participants/louviere/Newton/
1/20- Review quizlet and Monday's classwork.
1/21- Review this week's work
1/22- Review Quizlet
1/25: Unit exam on Friday. If you plan to be absent, take the test before you leave.
2/1: Describe how objects become electrically charged, plus differentiate between conductors and insulators.
2/2: Read p.p. 192-198; answer q. 1-3 on pg. 199
2/3: Review Quizlet and classwork; expect a quiz.
2/4: Review p.p. 192-198 figures; expect a quiz
2/9: Re-read p.p. 192-198; complete today's study sheet on electricity.
2/10: Pg. 205 - Questions 1-4 (I will post answers after 5:00 p.m. on Quizlet)
2/11: Review classwork and homework; visit Quizlet. No quiz on Friday if students seem to know the electricity concepts we have been studying.