Wk 12-5-16 Science Explorations
6th Room 123 12-9-16 MS-ESS2-2.
Construct an explanation based on evidence for how geoscience processes have changed Earth’s surface at varying times and spatial scales.
Room 123 / Bell Ringer - SGI presentations - Rubric A= You will do the following as you present to your peers:
Introduce yourself sharing your first and last name
You will use a clear voice as you make eye contact with your audience
You will share what you had to do in your small groups
Read the questions as you share your responses
Remember to use your science vocabulary
Ck-12 / Geological stresses - Access the school website as you read, highlight, and take notes. You will complete your geological stresses quiz placing your answers on your notebook paper. Do not writing on the handout. This will serve as your ET today.
The quiz is independent talking will result in a F.
Dec 8-9, 2016
8th MS PS3-1-Construct and interpret graphical displays of data to describe the relationships of kinetic energy to the mass of an object and to the speed of an object.
Bell Ringer- On the text titled, “Kinetic Energy” read, highlight, take notes, as you prepare for your quiz.
Place the items below on your notebook paper:
- What is kinetic energy?
- The kinetic energy of a moving object depends on its mass and its
- Explain 1-4 in detail as it relates to kinetic energy.
Ck-12 Real World - Title = “Into the Wild Blue Yonder”. Directions - Place on the same sheet as your BR skip 2 lines as you write the title in the center. You will read, highlight, take notes, on the text. You will answer the questions “Can You Apply It” using your science vocabulary and your SWR.
12-8-16 7th Homework
Dear Families, Today your student received a quiz back to improve their score. Students must have their parent's signature and contact number on the graded quiz and the retake in order to receive credit. Students who return both items with parent signatures will be able to earn 2 extra credit points.
/12-8-16 MS-LS3-1. Develop and use a model to describe why structural changes to genes (mutations) located on chromosomes may affect proteins and may result in harmful, beneficial, or neutral effects to the structure and function of the organism.Star will complete 1-3.
Bell Ringer - Title:HGD/Place your bell ringer on notebook paper. Read pages 140-141 as you complete the following;
MPD (My Planet Diary)
What is cystic fibrosis?
What causes this disease?
What is sickle-cell disease?
What causes sickle-cell?
Read pages 142-145 as you do the following on your notebook paper titled,
“Human Genetic Disorders”:
Explain Down syndrome
Answer the question at the top of page 143 in green bold text.
Explain how genetic counseling might be helpful.
How might a family deal with the genetic disorder of a child?
MS LS1-5 - Mendel’s Pea Plants - Directions on a separate sheet of paper write the title, “Mendel’s P.P.” number your paper 1-10 and redo your quiz. Remember both grades will be entered into impact do your best.
Ck-12 / Mendel’s Pea Plants
Quiz - MPP
Mendel’s Pea Plants Quiz
1. True or False: Inheritance is the study of genetics.
2. True or False: Eye color, hair color and the shape of your ears can be inherited.
3. Who is known as the “father” of genetics? Provide the full name.
4. List three Pea Plant traits studied by Mendel.
5. What is genetics? What is studied in genetics?
6. When Mendel crossed a short plant with a tall plant, what were the F1 results?
a) all short
b) all tall
c) half short, half tall
d) 75% tall, 25% short
7. When Mendel crossed the F! generation from his first experiment, what was the result?
a) 3 tall plants for every short one
b) 3 short plants for every tall one
c) an equal number of short and tall plants
d) all medium sized plants
8. Why did Mendel study pea plants?
a) Because he could control the mating between plants.
b) Because they have easily identifiable traits.
c) Because both self-pollination and cross-pollination is possible.
d) all of the above
9. In a cross between purple flowered-plants and white flowered-plants, what was observed in the F2 generation?
a) 3 white plants for every purple plant
b) 3 purple plants for every white plant
c) half white plants and half purple plants
d) all blended-color lavender (light purple) plants
10. How did Mendel cross-pollinate plants?
a) He moved pollen from one flower to the stigma of another.
b) He moved stigma from one flower to the pollen of another.
c) He moved eggs from one flower to the stigma of another.
d) He moved pollen from one flower to the eggs of another.
Ck-12 MS-LS 3-1 ck-12 - Mutations
Standard / Develop and use a model to describe why structural changes to genes (mutations) located on chromosomes may affect proteins and may result in harmful, beneficial, or neutral effects to the structure and function of the organism.
Directions- Title: Mutations / Access the link below, read, highlight, take notes, and complete the practice assessment. Raise your hand to show me your score it will be recorded. You will have a test on Friday - Mutations.
Ck-12 Real World Application- “That Ain’t No Chicken”
6th Grade 12-8-16
MS-ESS2-2. NGSS Standard / Construct an explanation based on evidence for how geoscience processes have changed Earth’s surface at varying times and spatial scales.
Bell Ringer - Complete your SGI remember all are responsible to turn in their own work. Each student is working with their group, however; each student must independently answer and complete all items in the SGI packet.
Ck-12 Geological Stresses
Today you will access the site, log in, read the text, highlight, take notes, as you prepare for Friday’s test.
You will also complete “Geological Stresses Practice” and read “Stuck Zipper” real world, as you highlight and take notes.
Effective note-taking requires:
•recognizing the main ideas
•identifying what information is relevant to your task
•having a system of note taking that works for you
•reducing the information to note and diagram format
•where possible, putting the information in your own words
•recording the source of the information
8th graders/ 12-7-16 MS PS3-1-Construct and interpret graphical displays of data to describe the relationships of kinetic energy to the mass of an object and to the speed of an object.
Bell Ringer- Place all identifiable information in the top left hand corner with the title - Heat Quiz 2. http://www.ck12.org/chemistry/Chemical-Heat/lesson/Heat-CHEM/?referrer=featured_content
You will reread the ck-12 reading titled, “Heat” at the link above. This is your last chance to improve this score please be mindful the highest score will go in impact. This is a retake write all your answers 1-10 only write the letter that represents the answer you have selected.
Moby Max- Once you have turned in our quiz visit moby max and complete the activities that are assigned. Remember all students are striving for 80% or better. Selected scores from Moby Max will be added to impact. Read all the material, read questions carefully, read all possible answers, as you return to the text to ensure your responses are correct.
Heat Quiz - Only write your answers on your notebook paper.
8thMS PS 1-6 Heat Quiz 12-7-16
1. What is heat?
2. The addition of heat causes the individual particles of a solid to _____.
a) become excited
c) vibrate more rapidly
3. Two objects at the same temperature are placed in contact with each other. Is there heat flow in the system?
c) It depends upon whether the objects are made of the same material.
4. Heat flows from an object at _____ temperature to an object at _____ temperature.
a) higher; lower
b) lower; higher
5. Two identical metal blocks of the same mass are brought into contact with one another. One has a temperature of 70°C, while the other has a temperature of 20°C. Assuming no heat exchange with the surroundings, what is the temperature of the blocks when thermal equilibrium is reached?
d) The final temperature cannot be determined.
6. Two identical objects of the same mass are brought into thermal contact. One object starts at 12°C. If the final temperature of the objects is 38°C, what was the starting temperature of the second object?
7. One pure copper block has a mass of 10.0 g and a temperature of 20.0°C. Another copper block has a mass of 20.0 g and a temperature of 30.0°C. If the two blocks are brought into thermal contact and no heat is exchanged with the surroundings, what will be the final temperature of the blocks?
d) The temperature cannot be determined.
8. The study of energy changes that occur during chemical reactions is called _____.
b) nuclear chemistry
c) specific heat
9. The breaking of chemical bonds _____ energy, while the forming of bonds _____ energy.
a) absorbs; releases
b) absorbs; creates
c) releases; absorbs
d) uses up; creates
10. Heat and temperature are the same thing.
12-6-16 6th, 7th, 8th Graders
Moby Max Day- Good day ladies and gents today you will work to complete Moby Max asssignments that have been assigned. If you have completed all Moby Max assignments for Science you will access www.kiplingtigers.org read and complete.
Directions- You will carefully read the text, all possible answer selections as you select the best answer,if in doubt return to the text as you reread. You will write on notebook paper the following:
Fold you paper in half
The assignments you have completed with scores on the left
The assignments you are working on today with scores on the right
Remember these assignments will count as grades
7th Grade 12-5-16 MS-LS3-1.
Develop and use a model to describe why structural changes to genes (mutations) located on chromosomes may affect proteins and may result in harmful, beneficial, or neutral effects to the structure and function of the organism.
View the video in order to complete the science writing assignment below
Genetic Mutation - Sickle Cell
Directions- You will write a 3 paragraph essay sharing all you know about this genetic disorder. Questions to answer in the body of your essay are below. Rubric= A Use your science writing rubric. Stars write 2 paragraphs sharing all you know about Sickle Cell you must use your rubric and science vocabulary.
Define sickle cell using your scientific vocabulary.
How does a child end up with sickle cell?
Explain the difference between the sickle trait and having sickle cell.
Why is it important for adults to discuss their genetic history before having children.
Which group of people seem to have sickle cell more than other groups of people? Hint pick one: Caucasian, African-American, Indian, Mexican
Why is this group of people more prone to this genetic disorder than others?
Explain the relationship between sickle cell and malaria.
Why is sickle cell so painful?
Why might a person end up in the hospital?
What is it called when a person with sickle cell is experiencing severe pain?