Okay 6th grade AC Science Kiddos, Here’s the lowdown:
Mrs. Baker will share all the details of the mission. Are you up for this challenge?
Watch the video segment independently and complete the writing prompts on your guide. After each student has responded to the prompts on his/her own, discuss responses as a group and add additional insights to your notes.
View the Birthplace of Three Religions using the Christianity Cloze Notes as a guide for extracting the most important information. Finally complete the Christianity Exit Ticket (see Mrs. Baker or Mr. Vedra for this) before leaving.
*This video is linked from YouTube and student access is limited while on campus. Mrs. Baker will assist with on campus access.
Wednesday, October 5th
Welcome Mr. Vedra’s 7th period!
Today Mrs. Baker will guide you to accessing BrainPOP in Cobb Digital Library for viewing of The Mysteries of Life with Tim and Moby movie. Mrs. Baker will then assist you in answering questions about religion utilizing the Understanding Religion with BrainPOP handout. This video provides a brief summary of 3 religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Then you will have the opportunity to independently view the same video clip to complete a 4W’s + H Chart for each of the 3 religions being studied.
Finally be sure to complete the Exit Ticket before leaving!
I’ll see you tomorrow as well for review of today’s objectives.
Read Christopher L. Murphy’s article, “Do Sasquatch Really Exist?” via the Simplicity Touch panel and list nine pieces of convincing evidence of Sasquatch’s existence as presented in the article.
Visit the Destiny station to find your objective.
At the multimedia table, watch the video clip and respond to the questions on the provided viewing guide.
Visit this station to locate the puzzles featuring important vocabulary from Roland Smith’s novel Sasquatch.
Visit this station to locate the True/False questions. Be sure you use the textual evidence in Roland Smith’s Sasquatch to determine your answers.
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