Rudyard Kipling Elementary School

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Kipling Elementary School is a Chicago Public School educating students from Kindergarten through 8th grade.

10-21-16 Weekend Homework 6th and 7th Grade / Due Monday 10-24-16

10-21-16   6th Grade -

Poster-Due Monday 10-24-16

Students began gathering information today in class. Posters must be clear and concise.  Create a poster that shares your understandings from today’s interactive exploration. All posters must include the following: Poster Rubric = All items below.

  1. Identifiable information in the top left hand corner

  2. A title that grabs the reader’s attention

  3. Identify 2 subheadings with 5 key details under each

  4. Use bullets to identify your information

  5. Include 5 Trivia questions, or 5 “Did You Know” or 5 “Fun Facts”

  6. Include an illustrations

  7. All rules of writing apply

  8. Include the standard: Standard- ESS2C- Determine the roles of water in Earth’s surface processes.

  9. Include 2 additional links that students can access to further their understanding of the standard/topic.

 

 

Revisit the information below have a parent read over your poster. 

10-21-16  ESS2C- DETERMINE THE ROLES OF WATER IN EARTH'S SURFACE PROCESSES. 

GROUND VALIDATION AND OLYMPEX WEBQUEST

Directions- Explore this site, discuss, and answer questions with your peers. Answer the questions on notebook paper one sheet with all the names of the team members. All rules of writing apply use your Science Writing Rubric- SWR. 

https://pmm.nasa.gov/education/interactive/ground-validation-webquest

 

 

7th Grade / 10-21-16

MS-LS1-3. Use argument supported by evidence for how the body is a system of interacting subsystems composed of groups of cells.

LESSON 1 CIRCULATORY SYSTEM

http://www.slideshare.net/almandix/lesson-1-circulatory-system-grade-9

 

Students have your parent look over your poster. 

7th Grade 10-21-16

Poster-Due Monday 10-24-16

Exit Ticket- All posters must be clear and concise.  Create a poster that shares your understandings from today’s interactive exploration. All posters must include the following: Poster Rubric = All items below.

  1. Identifiable information in the top left hand corner

  2. A title that grabs the reader’s attention

  3. Identify 4 subheadings with 5 key details under each. The subheadings coincide with each lesson in Chapter 4.

  4. Use bullets to identify your information

  5. Include 5 Trivia questions, or 5 “Did You Know” or 5 “Fun Facts”

  6. Include illustrations with captions a minimum of 3

  7. All rules of writing apply

  8. Include the standard: Standard top right hand corner of your poster- MS-LS1-3. Use argument supported by evidence for how the body is a system of interacting subsystems composed of groups of cells. Explain this standard in your own words including information from your poster.

  9. Include 2 additional links that students can access to further their understanding of the standard/topic. Remember links are best when they end in the following:    .edu, or .org, or .com