posted by Kevin Pughsley on May 1
posted by Kevin Pughsley on Apr 30
posted by Kevin Pughsley on Apr 24
I have posted the article below for those classes that need to finish reading and get caught up. I look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow and don’t forget the color and label the interior parts of earth on the back of your sheet. Thanks for bringing in your items. We had a lot of fun cutting them in half and studying the interior of them. Chow
It is updated JC
posted by Kevin Pughsley on Apr 22
Here is the article that we read today in class. I have also inculded the rubric for the big science project that is due May 9th. I look forward to seeing how everyone’s turns out. We will have a notebook check on Friday so make sure your notebook is up to date. See everyone tomorrow.
Modeling the Past (Rubric) click it to open
Rewriting the Past project (Rubric) click it to open
posted by Kevin Pughsley on Apr 14
Don’t forget the small toothpicks and mini marshmallows for your earthquake resistant houses on Monday. Enjoy the rainy Sunday!
posted by Kevin Pughsley on Apr 2
Just wanted to let everyone know I have updated the blog with the latest information pertaining to our classwork. Good luck on the test today I know everyone is going to do great because you practiced.
posted by Kevin Pughsley on Mar 11
Don’t forget about the study guide for your nine weeks test on Wednesday. I gave it out today. I have a copy below if you need it. Thanks a for a great class today on global winds and fronts! See everyone tomorrow.
posted by Kevin Pughsley on Mar 7
posted by Kevin Pughsley on Mar 6
They cut the power off at the school today for maintance and I couldn’t post anything until I got home. For my second period class here is the article we are reading tomorrow if you want to go ahead and read it and answer the fill in the blanks about the article. For my other classes you can do it to, it was today’s entry 20 and it is the first half of the notes. Otherwise my 3rd-8th period classes don’t forget to identify you arrows which represent air masses by their temperature and moisture. Remember you can use the words hot, warm, cold, and cool as well as dry, moist, wet, and humid. You need to color the cool or cold arrows blue and the warm or hot arrows red or orange. The article is below as well as the sheet you are completing tonight. See everyone tomorrow.
posted by Kevin Pughsley on Feb 25
Don’t forget to finish the bottom of the hand out that I gave out today about the Source of Earth’s Heat and Atmosphere. You need to take the lines coming from the Sun and complete them by drawing an arrow head on the end of each line. One line represents what the object absorbs and the other represents what the object reflects. If you think it absorbs or reflects a lot you will draw a big arrow head. If you think it absorbs or reflects a little you will draw a little arrow head. Don’t forget to answer the last question on the sheet about the drawing if we didn’t in class. See everyone tomorrow and remember we are having a quiz on Friday! Click on the link below to see today’s entry and the sheet for home work tonight.