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Week 9-18-17 Science Explorations

 

PS 1-1 Develop a model to describe that matter is made of particles to small to be seen.

SN-Title: POM/ABC Summary - page 343- 347 Today’s letters are A,B,C,D, and E.

Select a word as you explain how it relates to, “Properties of Matter”.  You will find below an example of ABC summary. 

Example

A - Alloys - are mixtures of metals with another compound

Atoms-  smallest particle of an element

B - Blocks - atoms are the building blocks of matter

Buoyancy - it gives things the ability to float

C- Combine - elements mix with other elements

C- Compounds - a type of matter made of a combination of elements

C- Chemical properties - describe how a material changes into other materials

D- Density is a measure of the amount of matter in a given volume

E- Element - are organized in a Periodic table

E- Electron- move around the protons and neutrons

 

6th Grade  ESS 2-1 / Develop a model to describe the cycling of Earth’s materials and the flow of energy that drives this process.

Rm 117 /SN- Title: Earth’s Crust V - BN - Directions - View the video, take notes, and be prepared to share your understandings with your team.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-aU0sJ90bo

Rm 117/ Title: Inside the Earth V

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9ncfAsmiSg

Title: Layers of the Earth - Home activity

www.waupun.k12.wi.us/faculty/jlund/Structure%20of%20the%20Earth.ppt

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SGI Wk 9-18-17    Rm 114 5th Title – Chemical Changes + your table number. Example: Chemical changes T1

  SGI - Students will discuss as a group, however; provide your independent answers on your notebook paper.

T1-  Explain three examples of physical change. WB pg. 120 determine with your table if you agree or disagree provide evidence to support your decision. The two items you agree with do CER, remember the statement serves as your claim, provide  evidence, and then give your reasoning.

View the ppt and develop 15 questions that your peers can use as a study guide.

https://betterlesson.com/community/document/1242278/physical-chemical-properties-and-changes-ppt

T2 - Explain three examples of chemical change. Write 6 chemical changes that you have experienced outside of school. Provide evidence to your group to support your answers.

View the powerpoint, discuss, and identify the correct answers.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwj18fuK-LjWAhVj1oMKHUiZCEAQFgglMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.rocklin.k12.ca.us%2Fstaff%2Fwisetta%2Fhandouts%2FPhysical%2520or%2520chemical%2520changes.ppt&usg=AFQjCNHPPaLDdIDAxNVX6z8fuOFPdcGviQ

T3  - Create a T chart as you compare and contrast chemical and physical change. Create a 8 frame comic strip that explains physical change you might experience in your home.

Gather the leveled readers, read and discuss each book as you answer the questions, provide evidence for your answers and place your answers on notebook paper.  Create an advertisement for each book.  

P. 373 – Read and complete.

T4 – Compare the second and third pictures of the copper tree experiment on paged 376 -377 of your textbook. Aside from the forming of solid crystals, what other evidence of chemical change in the liquid do you see?

When you cook an egg, do you think a chemical change occurs? Why? Or Why not? Provide evidence to support your answers.

http://www.peoriapublicschools.org/cms/lib2/IL01001530/Centricity/Domain/1472/physical%20and%20chemical%20changes.ppt

Room 115 5th Grade SGI

WK 9-18-17    5th Title – Chemical Changes   SGI - Students will discuss as a group, however; provide your independent answers on your notebook paper.

T1- T2 Explain three examples of physical change. WB pg. 120 determine with your table if you agree or disagree provide evidence to support your decision. The two items you agree with do CER, remember the statement serves as your claim, provide  evidence, and then give your reasoning.

View the ppt and develop 15 questions that your peers can use as a study guide.

https://betterlesson.com/community/document/1242278/physical-chemical-properties-and-changes-ppt

T3 – T4 - Explain three examples of chemical change.

View the powerpoint, discuss, and identify the correct answers.

T5 T6 - Create a T chart as you compare and contrast chemical and physical change.Create a 8 frame comic strip that explains physical change you might experience in your home.

Gather the leveled readers, read and discuss each book as you answer the questions, provide evidence for your answers and place your answers on notebook paper.  Create an advertisement for each book.  

P. 373 – Read and complete.

SGI 6th Grade  Room 117 /Room 119 Read pages 102-117  Title:  Earth’s Crust – NP – Directions read carefully as you complete your assignments this week.

T1 / T2

P. 108-109 Fig 5  Look at the illustrations explain in paragraph form the main idea the illustrations are expressing.  Which rocks move in the formation of faultblock mountains?

T3/T4

View the ppt – Titled: Layers of Earth as you create a poster.

www.waupun.k12.wi.us/faculty/jlund/Structure%20of%20the%20Earth.ppt

How can Earth’s crust be changed over time? Identify 3 mountain rages formed by folding?  

T4/T5

How does stress change earth’s crust?

When a mountain is cut to make way for a highway, you can often see different kinds of rocks in the cut surface. Why is this possible?

Create an advertisement titled, “The Earth’s Crust”.

www.waupun.k12.wi.us/faculty/jlund/Structure%20of%20the%20Earth.ppt

View the link, read, discuss, and create a study guide with 12 questions and an answer key on a different sheet of paper. 

T6/T7 

Explain the different kinds of faults, create an illustration with captions- Create a poster.

Explain shearing. 

View pages 20-34, discuss, and create a poster that shares key details for each layer. Each student take one layer. A

http://www.appstate.edu/~marshallst/GLY1101/lectures/2-Earth_Composition_Structure.pdf