Posted by: cemmi | November 24, 2018

Week Four: 11/26/18 – 11/30/18

Science 

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 6-11 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 1-5 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Student Edition

MONDAY: Conduct and discuss Reading 9.1 – What is the Same and Different about Boiling Water? (pp.82-86). Review conclusion answers for Activity 9.1 (pp.80-81).

HOMEWORK: Nothing. 

TUESDAY: Introduce Lesson 10 and discuss whether or not combining vinegar and oil creates a new substance. Lessons 1-9 Practice Quiz.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Complete the Science News Assignment – November on the google classroom. Read the “What Will We Do?” and “Predictions” section of Activity 10.1 (pp.87-88)

HOMEWORK: Complete the Science News Assignment – November on the google classroom. Remember to submit your assignment when you finish.

FRIDAY: Conduct Activity 10.1 – Do I Always Make New Substances When I Put Substances Together? (pp.87-89). Make observations on p.89. Collect samples onto filter paper and set up for analysis on Monday. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.


Social Studies

Chapter 4: The Great Lakes Quiz = Friday 11/30/18

MONDAY: Read and discuss the Chapter 4 “Summary” and “Global Connections”  (GA pp.74-76). Introduce and begin working on the Global Freshwater Threats Questions assignment.

HOMEWORK:

  • Complete the Global Freshwater Threats Questions assignment.
  • Complete the Final draft of the Great Lakes Editorial Essay 

TUESDAY: Collect and review the Great Lakes Editorial and Global Freshwater Threats Questions assignment. Chapter 4 – The Great Lakes Practice Quiz.  

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Introduce Chapter 8 – Migration to the United States: The Impact of People and Places. Read the Introduction, and sections 1 -3, (GA 119-124) and complete the Chapter 8 Preview, and Sections 1-3 Notes (ISN pp.73-75).

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

FRIDAY: Chapter 4 – The Great Lakes Quiz. Get immigrant bio for your group and add specific examples of push factors, pull factors, effects on the US, and effects on native countries, to ISN pp.75-76.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.


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