03/16/2019 Diagram &Describe Chemical Formula for Photosynthesis

 

1. WATCH THE FOLLOWING VIDEO TO TAKE NOTES FOR YOUR DESCRIPTION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS.

 

Be sure to include the following terms:

Water, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Glucose, Light Energy, Phloem, Xylem, Mesophyll Cells, Chloroplasts, Chlorophyll

2.  Diagram the Chemical Formula for Photosynthesis.

Use page 38, Figure 8.

Color code the Molecules and atoms for:  (Any Colors You Like)

BE SURE TO INCLUDE THE CORRECT AMOUNT OF CO2, H2O, C6H12O6, AND O2 MOLECULES

Oxygen- O

Hydrogen- H

Carbon- C

 

03/12/2019- Plant Growth

TICKET OUT OF CLASS TODAY!!!!!!  

FOLD YOUR PAPER INTO 4 SQUARES BEFORE YOU BEGIN!!!!!!

  1.  How do Plants obtain and use Thermal Energy they need to grow?

(write your answer in the upper Left hand box of your paper)

2.  How do the parts- (Structures) of a plant help it obtain and use Thermal Energy that it needs to live and grow?

(write your answer in the upper RIGHT hand box of your paper)

 

PAIR AND SHARE-

 

 3.  What is required for this plant to grow and make it’s own food?

WATCH the video in the link below then create a list of the requirements for the plant to grow and make it’s own food.  (Create a list in the lower LEFT hand box of your paper)

Plant Growth Time Lapse:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyRw597JBVg

 4.  What is required for this plant to grow and make it’s own food?

Plant Growth- No soil-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcCbAQUlMkw

WATCH the video in the link below then create a list of the requirements for the plant to grow and make it’s own food.  (Create a list in the lower RIGHT hand box of your paper)

PAIR AND SHARE

ON THE BACK OF YOUR PAPER- WITH YOUR PARTNER

DRAW 6- Water Molecules

H2O

Color code the H- Hydrogen, O-Oxygen, Create A Key in the Upper RIGHT corner

(Hint:  Remember the molecules in the PHET Simulation about States of Matter using Water Molecules)

Experiment “Density Comparison” DUE:03/04/2019 GOGGLE CLASSROOM

Create Data Table on Goggle Docs

ESSAY-  Begin typing your C.E.S. essay under the data table.

1st paragraph directions- LINK BELOW

Density paragraph 1

2nd paragraph directions- LINK BELOW

Vocabulary

Density value Vocabulary- Link

Measure, Calculated, determined, concluded, found to be, tested, a quantity, analyzed at, judged to be, resulted, evaluated, examined, established, proven, outcome

Density paragraph 2

3rd paragraph direction- LINK BELOW

3RD PARAGRAPH- Density Experiment

OR

3rd Open paragraph for,-

3RD PARAGRAPH- DENSITY EXPERIMENT

In conclusion, I hypothesized the order of the object’s density from greatest to least dense was ________, _______, _______, _______, _______, _______.  The actual order of the object’s density from greatest to least dense is ______, ______, ______, _______, _______, _______.  Density is a (Physical Property OR Chemical Property) of matter.  Density compares the amount of Mass in an  object to the volume of the object.  As a result, Density is a Physical Property that enables Scientists to differentiate between all Matter on Earth.

Experiment “White Before Your Eyes” Essay

White Before Your Eyes p 1

White Before Your Eyes p 2

Example- Introduction Paragraph 1

Example 2 Introduction Paragraph

Paragraph 2 DIRECTIONS- MINIMAL 12 COMPLETE SENTENCES

PARAGRAPH 2 WRITING TOOLS PAGE 1

PAGE 2- PARAGRAPH 2- WRITING TOOLS

PASS A PARAGRAPH– Student example for paragraph 2

Correct and Incorrect writing samples-PARAGRAPH 2

Conclusion- 3rd paragraph

 

Flashlight: Design & Construct

Unit 0: Think Like an Engineer
Engineering Design:

MS-ETS1-1. Define the criteria and constraints of a design problem with sufficient precision to ensure a successful solution, taking into account relevant scientific principles and potential impacts on people and the natural environment that may limit possible solutions.
MS-ETS1-2. Evaluate competing design solutions using a systematic process to determine how well they meet the criteria and constraints of the problem.
MS-ETS1-3. Analyze data from tests to determine similarities and differences among several design solutions to identify the best characteristics of each that can be combined into a new solution to better meet the criteria for success.
MS-ETS1-4. Develop a model to generate data for iterative testing and modification of a proposed object, tool, or process such that an optimal design can be achieved.

DRIVING PHENOMENA:

TOPICS:
Engineering/Design Processes

INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES:

Building a Science Notebook
Building a Circuit
What Happened Here?

ASSESSMENT IDEAS

Building a Flashlight

SCIENCE & ENGINEERING PRACTICES:
Developing and using models
Analyzing and interpreting data
Constructing explanations and designing solutions

CROSS-CUTTING CONCEPTS:

VOCABULARY
observation
inference
collaboration
engineering design process
prototype
model
structure
function
claim
evidence
reasoning
innovation

All Assignments that are due now

IXL-  Level F: V2/V3

IXL- Level G:V1/V2

IXL- Level H: AA1/Z3

Plate Tectonics- Note Taking

CHAPTER-CONTINENTAL DRIFT LINK:

CONTINENTAL DRIFT- PART 1

CONTINENTAL DRIFT- PART 2

CONTINENTAL DRIFT- PART 3

UPCOMING

VOCABULARY FLIP CHART-CONTINENTAL DRIFT/PLATE TECTONICS:

WORD LIST & DIRECTIONS LINK:

PLATE TECTONICS WORD LIST

QUIZ- VOCABULARY CONTINENTAL DRIFT/PLATE TECTONICS

FOSSIL SAFARI MAP- EVIDENCE OF CONTINENTAL DRIFT