6th Grade 8/3/17 – 8/4/17 Density stack lab and Penny lab teaching the the scientific method.
6th Grade 8/7/17 – 8/9/17 – Minerals close notes and PPT lesson, minerals vocabulary, open book lab safety quiz.Density Stack lab (002)-1rx0my8Density Stack lab (002)-1rx0my8 Mineral vocab.-rnmken
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7th Grade 8/3/17 – 8/4/17 – Warm up and Biotic and Abiotic lesson and note
7th Grade 8/7/17 – 8/9/17 – Characteristics of living things notes and lesson. Students are also working on making a characteristics of living things quilt. Please see uploads of the worksheets, notes, activities and Power Point lessons.
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Students and Parents,
This week we’ve discussed classroom routines and procedures, the syllabus and lab safety. Students were provided with handouts on each of these topics and they were expected to sign them as well as get a parent signature. These handouts will be kept with the students in their interactive binder and or
notebook. My 6th grade students need a 9 x 11 note book and 7th grade needs a binder with six divider tabs.
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Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year.
My name is Mrs. Woodruff and I will be teaching 6th and 7th grade science. This is my first year at Durham middle school, my 18th year of teaching and my 11th consecutive year with the Cobb County School District. My background is in special education. I earned my Bachelor’s degree from New Jersey City University in 2001, my Masters in from Walden University in 2008 and my Education Specialists degree from Walden in 2014. I look forward to working, learning and growing with you this school year.
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