Today you will create an informational text review using OneNote in O365.
- In OneNote, select the class period you have with Ms. Burns
- Go to your Class Notebook (look for your name)
- The assignment is found in Content Library.
- Type your review/answers to questions in the Class Notes section of your notebook.
Username format – [email protected]
Remember to log in to Office365 here
We will be using Office365 OneNote today to complete our constructed responses from your class articles.
1st Article – Metal Detectors
2nd Article – The Strongest of All
Using the questions from your handout, enter your constructed responses with these steps:
- Log in to Office365 and open OneNote.
- Open your teacher’s Class Notebook and then click on your name.
- Click on the Constructed Response section.
- Insert a new page.
- Type the title of the article and today’s date on the top line.
- Now press Enter on the keyboard and type your response.
- When finished, follow steps 4-6 to complete the second article response.
Today you will:
– Interpret a graph of population growth
– Explain what happens to a population when it reaches carrying capacity
– Describe how limiting factors affect a population
– Understand the effects of density-dependent and density-independent limiting factors
Vocabulary: carrying capacity, density-dependent limiting factor, density-independent limiting factor, limiting factor, population, population density
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Using One Note, type your constructed responses on the articles, “Metal Detectors” and “The Strongest of All”.
- Login to Office365 and open OneNote.
- Select the Class Notebook for your class period.
- Use the Constructed Response section for your assignments today.
***If you finish in OneNote before the end of class, login to Springboard and complete the assignments in Zinc Lab. ***
Today you will be creating a paper cube of an element. Use the links below to research your element.
Element information needed:
- name of element
- element as written on the periodic table
- the group and period of the element
- compounds that contain the element
- electron dot diagram
- Bohr’s atomic model
Cobb Virtual Library – Science in Context