Feb. 12 – 16

https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/ocean-currents/en/

Announcements:

Standard: 

S6E3d:  Analyze and interpret data to create graphic representations of the causes and effects of waves, currents, and tides in Earth’s systems.

Assessments:

Ocean Tides Formative Assessment on Friday, 2/16/18.

Ocean Motion (waves, currents, & tides) Summative is on Tuesday, 2/27/18.

Homework:

Monday -bring colored pencils and your device to class tomorrow.

Tuesday – Review for tides formative assessment.

Wednesday – Review for tides formative assessment.

Thursday –  Review for tides formative assessment which is TOMORROW.  Tides Quizlet is one tool:  https://quizlet.com/_4gbpku   and study your Tide notes.  (See “Water on the Earth” page and scroll down to the bottom to see the Tides PowerPoint.

Friday – Study for your Summative on the Tuesday after the break, 2/27/18.

Classwork:

  • Monday –Currents Remediation or Currents Acceleration,  and Finish Tides Reading Article and questions (graded).
  • Tuesday – Savannah, Georgia Tides Graphing Activity
  • Wednesday – Tide Notes – see notes handout and PowerPoint in “Water on the Earth” section @ the top of this blog page.  There are also many resources on the unit pages.
  • Thursday – Directed Reading & Review;  SUMMATIVE Study Guide given out today.
  • Friday – Tides Formative Assessment.  Review study guide.

 

 

Feb. 5 – 9

Announcements:

  • Tutoring is this Tuesday at 8:15 am AND the Oceans Summative RETAKE.  In order to take the Summative Retake, the Remediation Sheet is REQUIRED  & should be completed and have a Parent Signature.  Unit 4 Test Remediation Sheet-2nhlh5k
  • Also, please read info about IMPORTANT FLU INFORMATION:   http://www.cobbk12.org/centraloffice/studentsupport/schoolhealth/flu.aspx

Standard: 

S6E3d:  Analyze and interpret data to create graphic representations of the causes and effects of waves, currents, and tides in Earth’s systems.

Assessments:

Ocean Currents Formative Assessment on Friday, 2/9/18.

Homework:

Monday – learn the ocean currents definition (answer should be in your warm-up from today).  Review ocean surface currents investigation notes from today and make sure you understand it.  Study for Oceans Summative RETAKE tomorrow morning at 8:15 am, if needed.  Bring your devices to class tomorrow.

Tuesday – Finish your Ocean Currents handout from class today, if you did not finish.  Studying Ocean Currents Using Data Student Handout-q2d2ki

Wednesday – Thursday – Study your Ocean Current Activity Analysis and Notes (Wednesday) for Currents Formative Assessment on Friday. Ocean PowerPoint>>  Currents-2l97f1m  Ocean Currents Notes-r7b777

https://quizlet.com/_4f7a53 Currents QUIZLET link to practice for Quiz tomorrow.

Classwork:

Monday – “Simulating Ocean Current Investigation” activity on surface currents.

Tuesday – Activity on Deep Ocean Currents using Data.  Sea Surface Salinity –  https://neo.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/view.php?datasetId=AQUARIUS_SSS_M  and Sea Temperatures – https://www.seatemperature.org/

Wednesday – Ocean – Surface Currents Notes (see PowerPoint under Homework section to review your notes)

Thursday – Ocean – Deep Current Notes (see PowerPoint under Homework section to review your notes) http://bit.ly/2ENR0rG

Friday – Ocean Currents Formative Assessment

Jan. 29 – Feb. 2

Tutoring this Tuesday @ 8:20 am.

***Oceans Summative Retake is next Tuesday, Feb. 6 @ 8:15 am.  NEW Remediation Sheet required. Unit 4 Test Remediation Sheet-2nhlh5k

STANDARD:

  • S6E3. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to recognize the significant role of water in Earth processes.

a.  Ask questions to determine where water is located on Earth’s surface (oceans, rivers, lakes, swamps, groundwater, aquifers, and ice) and communicate the relative proportion of water at each location.

b.  Plan and carry out an investigation to illustrate the role of the sun’s energy in atmospheric conditions that lead to the cycling of water. (Clarification statement: The water cycle should include evaporation, condensation, precipitation, transpiration, infiltration, groundwater, and runoff.)

c.  Ask questions to identify and communicate, using graphs and maps, the composition, location, and subsurface topography of the world’s oceans.

d.  Analyze and interpret data to create graphic representations of the causes and effects of waves, currents, and tides in Earth’s systems.

ASSESSMENTS:

  • Summative assessment on Tuesday over Water  Cycle and Distribution; Ocean Locations, Ocean Composition, and Ocean Topography.

HOMEWORK:

CLASSWORK:

  • Monday – Review for Summative test

  • Tuesday – Summative Test.

  • Wednesday & Thursday -Wave Analysis Data Sheet and Waves Graphic Organizer

  • Friday –  Waves Formative Assessment

Jan. 22 – 26

Acceleration Class Assignment – 2018 Ocean Sonar Video Script-1tqypkg

Ocean Topography QUIZLET practice       https://quizlet.com/_4c4n3f

Ocean Locations QUIZLET practice – https://quizlet.com/_4ccoyl 

Ocean Composition QUIZLET practice – https://quizlet.com/_4ccp9v

 

Earth Science Review Games:  http://sciencereviewgames.com/srg/subjects/es.php

TUTORING on Tuesday @ 8:20 am.

Because of the 3 snow days,  we will not be using the Panopto app for the assessment at this time.  Hopefully, we can use it at a later date.

STANDARD:

  • S6E3c:  Ask questions to identify and communicate, using graphs and maps, the composition, location, and subsurface topography of the world’s oceans.

ASSESSMENTS:

  • Formative assessment on Friday over Ocean Locations, Ocean Composition, and Ocean Topography.

HOMEWORK:

  • MONDAY – Study Ocean Locations and Composition notes for non-graded entrance ticket TOMORROW and formative assessment on Friday.  Here is a map to practice labeling.  Also be able to tell with words in reference to where it is located between continents.  

  • TUESDAY – Review Ocean Topography notes for non-graded exit ticket tomorrow and formative assessment on Friday.

  • WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY – Review Ocean location, Composition, and Topography for formative assessment on Friday.

  • FRIDAY – None.

CLASSWORK:

  • Monday – Go over Ocean Composition notes.  Ocean Composition Streetman-2iypbr1

  • Tuesday – Non-graded entrance ticket over Ocean Locations and Ocean Composition.  Ocean Topography foldable notes. Ocean_Features 2017-2n1q4zx

  • Wednesday – Review Ocean Topography notes. Non-graded Exit Ticket over Ocean Topography.

  • Thursday – Remediation and Acceleration grouping based on scores from non-graded assessments.  

  • Friday –  Ocean Locations, Composition, & Topography Formative Assessment.  Begin Ocean Movement.

Snow Break Notes :)

Are you bored?  Do you want to get ahead or just use your brain?  Too much device time got you in a brain lull?  Here’s an easy assignment to get you ahead of the game.

In an effort to not get too far behind, I’ve posted the Ocean Composition notes.  Please fill out according to the PowerPoint provided.  Below are the notes sheet and the PowerPoint that goes with the notes.  Just fill in the blank.  Study the notes, learning the composition of salt water (oceans).

2018 Streetman Notes_Ocean Composition-10rjkt9

Ocean Composition Streetman-2iyjvw9

Jan. 16 – 19

Standard

S6E3. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to recognize the significant role of water in Earth processes.

c.  Ask questions to identify and communicate, using graphs and maps, the composition, location, and subsurface topography of the world’s oceans.

Assessment

Thursday – Ocean Composition and Locations Formative Assessment.

Homework

Tuesday – Download the Panopto app by this Friday, with parent’s permission.  Be sure to know the location of the oceans using words, i.e., the Pacific Ocean is located east of Asia and west of the Americas.

Wednesday – Study your Ocean Composition notes for Exit Ticket.

Thursday – Review notes to prepare for your paper slide storyboard during class tomorrow.

Friday – Work on Ocean Composition and Locations paper slide video, formative assessment.

Classwork

Tuesday – Discuss ocean composition using questioning strategies to gain information by looking at graphs and charts.

Wednesday – Finish Ocean Graphs Questioning activity.  Begin Ocean Composition notes.

Thursday –  Ocean Composition notes.  Formative Exit Ticket over Ocean Composition.

Friday –   Then begin working on storyboard, script, and slides for formative video paper slide.

 

Jan. 8 – 12

Announcements:

  • No Tutoring this Tuesday.
  • Beginning 3rd Quarter, there will be no more formative RETAKES in Science.  We will still offer SUMMATIVE retakes, per the school policy, unless it’s a project.

Review Games – https://reviewgamezone.com/site/subjects/earth-science-review-games.php

S6E3. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to recognize the significant role of water in Earth processes.

  1. Ask questions to determine where water is located on Earth’s surface (oceans, rivers, lakes, swamps, groundwater, aquifers, and ice) and communicate the relative proportion of water at each location.
  2. Plan and carry out an investigation to illustrate the role of the sun’s energy in atmospheric conditions that lead to the cycling of water. (Clarification statement: The water cycle should include evaporation, condensation, precipitation, transpiration, infiltration, groundwater, and runoff.)

 

ASSESSMENTS:

Friday – Water Distribution & Water Cycle Formative Quiz.

CLASSWORK:
Tuesday –  Water Distribution Exit Ticket. Students design a water cycle model by drawing & labeling the seven processes in an aquarium.

Wednesday – Water Cycle Notes & Exit Ticket.  Compare their model to the class model of the water cycle.

Thursday – Remediation & Acceleration activities based on yesterday’s exit ticket results.

Friday – Water Distribution & Water Cycle Formative  – Quiz.  Begin Ocean Map – Asking Questions activity.

HOMEWORK:

TUESDAY – Review Water Distribution notes for Quiz on Friday.

WED. & THURS.  – Review Water Distribution AND Water Cycle notes for Quiz on Friday.  Review Quizizz game.  https://www.quizizz.com/join    Game Code = 887353

FRIDAY  – None.

 

Jan. 4 – 5

Water Distribution Pre-Test Link:

https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=-x3OL5-ROEmquMR_D8kYLeYSA-gHOWRErzSqWIyHH35UNk5YN1ExRTFCWU1GRTQ1RFdVUzdKMk1RNC4u

Science Reflection Survey:

https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=-x3OL5-ROEmquMR_D8kYLeYSA-gHOWRErzSqWIyHH35UOUZaSlc0T1IwTlBBSDlYUUtaVTFETTdROC4u

BYOD Survey:

http://bit.ly/2CEdA8q

TUTORING – no tutoring this week.

STANDARDS:

S6E3. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to recognize the significant role of water in Earth processes.

Ask questions to determine where water is located on Earth’s surface (oceans, rivers, lakes, swamps, groundwater, aquifers, and ice) and communicate the relative proportion of water at each location.

Plan and carry out an investigation to illustrate the role of the sun’s energy in atmospheric conditions that lead to the cycling of water. (Clarification statement: The water cycle should include evaporation, condensation, precipitation, transpiration, infiltration, groundwater, and runoff.)

ASSESSMENTS:

Thursday – Water Distribution Pre-test.

CLASSWORK:
Thursday – Begin Unit 4, Water on the EarthWater Pre-test, Science Survey & review routines & procedures.
Friday – Water Distribution Demo & completing Accounting for Earth’s Water” handout.

HOMEWORK:
THURSDAY – None.
FRIDAY – Review your water distribution notes from class.  Finish coloring pie charts on “Accounting for Earth’s Water” handout, if you didn’t finish in class.

 

NO TUTORING TUESDAY.

DYNAMIC EARTH SUMMATIVE RETAKE Tuesday 12/19 8:10 am.  Stumble Sheet required.  Check in at cafeteria and then report to my classroom. If you cannot come by 8:10, you will have to complete during class and miss classwork.

STANDARD:
S6E5a. Ask questions to compare and contrast the Earth’s crust, mantle, inner and outer core, including temperature, density, thickness, and composition.
S6E5g. Construct an argument using maps and data collected to support a claim of how fossils show evidence of the changing surface and climate of the Earth.
S6E5f. Construct an explanation of how the movement of lithospheric plates, called plate tectonics, can cause major geologic events such as earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. (Clarification statement: Include convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries.)

ASSESSMENTS:
Tuesday– 8:10am Dynamic Earth Summative Assessment retake OR during class, but you will miss classwork.

HOMEWORK:
Monday – None.
Tuesday – None.
Wednesday – None.

CLASSWORK:
Monday –Remediate for summative OR volcano ornament OR natural resources of a Christmas tree OR build earthquake resistant structure.
Tuesday – See Monday. Student completing the retake may come in at 8:10 or work on during class.
Wednesday – Incredible Water Cycle Journey Bracelet activity.