Rudyard Kipling Elementary School

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

Week of 2-27-17 Science Explorations

 

7th 3-2-17 Directions- Work in partnerships and complete the “Consumers and Decomposers”. You will access the link below discuss and answer the questions.

http://www.ck12.org/life-science/Consumers-and-Decomposers-in-Life-Science/lesson/Consumers-and-Decomposers-MS-LS/?referrer=featured_content

 

7th Grade Homework - You will read, highlight key details, and answer questions. You will access the link below for ck12.org / Producers

http://www.ck12.org/life-science/Producers-in-Life-Science/lesson/Producers-MS-LS/?referrer=concept_details

 

8th 3-1-17   ck12.org

Directions- Access the link below read and complete your quiz. This is independent talking will result in a F/zero.

http://www.ck12.org/physical-science/Newtons-Third-Law-in-Physical-Science/lesson/Newtons-Third-Law-MS-PS/?referrer=featured_content

 

 

6th Grade  3-1-17

Ck12.org / Global Warming

Independently - You will go to ck12.org on your Chromebook read, highlight key details, and take notes in the body of the text. Students will complete the “Global Warming Quiz” place your answers on your notebook paper.

 

http://www.ck12.org/earth-science/Global-Warming/lesson/Global-Warming-HS-ES/?referrer=concept_details



 

 

3-1-17   MS ESS 3-5 / Ask questions to clarify evidence of the factors that have caused the rise in global temperatures over the past century

ck12. org / Global Warming

Independently - Once you have accessed the school website on your Chromebook read, highlight key details, and take notes in the body of the text. Students will complete the “Global Warming Quiz” place your answers on your notebook paper.

http://www.ck12.org/earth-science/Global-Warming/lesson/Global-Warming-HS-ES/?referrer=concept_details


 

 

 

8th Graders / 2-28-17 / Directions - Make certain you have notes in your science notebook for both links below to ensure a great score on Thursday's test. You and your partner will engage in discussions as you take notes and pose questions to each other to check your understandings. Remember you will receive a grade based on your work with your partner. 

8th Grade    MS PS 2-1 / Apply Newton’s Third Law to design a solution to a problem involving the motion of two colliding objects.

ck12.org - 3-1-17 - 

Directions- Access the link below read and complete your quiz. This is independent talking will result in a F/zero.

http://www.ck12.org/physical-science/Newtons-Third-Law-in-Physical-Science/lesson/Newtons-Third-Law-MS-PS/?referrer=featured_content

 

Forces and Newton’s Laws of Motion - 26 slides

http://web.pdx.edu/~bseipel/summer09_201_4.pdf

Unit 8B: Forces Newton’s Laws of Motion

http://www.decaturisd.us/cms/lib3/TX01000649/Centricity/Domain/541/Newtons%20Laws%20of%20Motion.pdf

 

 

7th Grade 2-28-17   MS-LS2-3. Develop a model to describe the cycling of matter and flow of energy among living and nonliving parts of an ecosystem.

Homework- You will access ck12.org “Consumers and Decomposers”. You will read the text, highlight key details, take notes in the body of the text, and place notes in your science notebook for Thursday’s Test 3-2-17.

SGI- You will work with a partner as access www.kiplingtigers.org. You will follow the directions as you and your partner work together.

 

  1. You and your partner will access the link below, discuss with your partner, and complete all the activities in the PPT. Place your answers in your science notebook titled, “Producers, Consumers, and Decomposers.”

http://www.plainlocal.org/userfiles/1400/Classes/82779/producersconsumersanddecomposers_000.ppt?id=548858

2. Ck12. org

Consumers and Decomposers

Describes organisms that must consume other organisms, and organisms that break down dead organisms and animal wastes.

Directions- One student will log into their ck12.org account. You two will read, highlight key details, and take notes in the body of the text, & in your science notebook.

http://www.ck12.org/life-science/Consumers-and-Decomposers-in-Life-Science/lesson/Consumers-and-Decomposers-MS-LS/?referrer=featured_content

3. Exit Ticket - Directions - Answer each question below in complete sentences using your SWR (Science Writing Rubric). Place these answers on your notebook paper.

Title: Consumers/Decomposers LS2-3 ck12

  1. What is a consumer?

  2. What’s the term for a consumer that eats both leaves and fish?

  3. What are the different types of consumers?

  4. Why are decomposers important in the ecosystem?

 

6th Grade 2-27-17  MS ESS 3-5 / Ask questions to clarify evidence of the factors that have caused the rise in global temperatures over the past century.

Bell Ringer - Review pages 126-131 list common types of precipitation with an explanation on your notebook paper, titled, “Precipitation BR” and complete page 157 Lesson 3 Precipitation numbers 6-8 only write your answers.

SM / Rain and Snow

http://safari.cps.k12.il.us/SAFARI/montage/play.php?from=play&keyindex=157949&location=local&filetypeid=65

Directions- View the video and take notes in your SN titled, “Rain/Snow SM Notes”.

SGI - Rain & Snow - Disccus the questions in your SGI write your own response in your SN titled, “Rain & Snow ESS3-5 SM”. Each SGI will complete the following questions:

Lions= 1-4

Bears= 5-8

Dolphins= 9-12