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Monday- Students used Chromebooks to participate in a Nearpod lesson on the digestive system. No homework was assigned.
Tuesday- Students used Chromebooks to complete the Nearpod lesson the digestive system. For homework students should complete the digestive system foldable (directions are on Google classroom).
Wednesday- Students participated in a group discussion on digestion and watched a video that explains what is happening to food during digestion
Thursday- Students participated in a lab on “measuring” the digestive tract to figure out the length of the digestive tract.
Friday- Students began writing rough drafts of their digestion paragraphs
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Monday– Students will review for 3rd 9 weeks assessment using the study guide, Kahoot and quizlet.
Tuesday– Students will take the 3rd 9 weeks assessment
Wednesday– Students will use their 3rd quarter bellringers to take an open notes bellringer test. Students will also have an ISN check.
Thursday– Students will use Chromebooks to complete a nearpod on the digestive system.
Friday– No school for students
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Monday- Today students took notes the Integumentary system and drew, colored and labeled a cross-section of skin.
Tuesday- Students learned about skin disorders and what happens when skin is damaged.
Wednesday- Students watched a video on the Integumentary system
Thursday- Students took a quiz on the Integumentary system and then worked in groups to research a chosen topic related to skin.
Friday- Students created a Google slide presentation to share research on selected skin topic.
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Monday- President’s Day, no school
Tuesday- Today students used class time to review for test on skeletal and muscular systems that is set for tomorrow. Students were given time to complete a study guide and crossword puzzle to help them review.
Wednesday- Students took a test the skeletal and muscular systems today and complete essential questions in their ISN.
Thursday- Students will complete notes on the Integumentary system and draw, color and label a diagram of the skin.
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Monday- Today in class students graded the x-ray lab that was completed last week. Students completed notes on the muscular system then colored and labeled a muscle man diagram.
Tuesday- Today students worked in groups to complete various lab stations on the bones and muscles.
Wednesday- Students completed the bones and muscles lab stations
Thursday- Students took a quiz on the major muscles of the human body and participated in a digital breakout to help review bones and muscles.
Friday- Students worked in groups to construct a model of a human arm bones and muscles.
We still need Chromebooks for my classroom. There are so many things that can be done to enhance learning through technology. We use Chromebooks for many different reasons in my class. Research, content review and interactive lessons are just a few of the ways we incorporate Chromebooks. A class set of Chromebooks would enable us to use them on a more regular basis to enhance learning.
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Monday- Students completed notes on the levels of organization within the human body and used an article to answer questions about levels of organization.
Tuesday- Students took a pre-test on the systems of the human body and labeled and color coded a skeleton diagram.
Wednesday- Students took notes on the skeletal system and practiced identifying bones using xray pictures.
Thursday- Students took the Interim Aspire test today.
Friday- Students completed a quiz on the bones of the human body and constructed a model of a fossil
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Monday– Student participated in a “butterfly hunt” to learn about the process of natural selection. We discussed Charles Darwin and his theory of how organisms change over time by natural selection. Students used map coordinates to map out Darwin’s 5 year voyage on the HMS Beagle.
Homework was to complete Build-A-Beast project.
Tuesday– Students took notes and participated in a class discussion about Charles Darwin and natural selection. Build-A-Beast project was due today.
Wednesday– Students watched a biography on the life of Charles Darwin.
Thursday- Students participated in a lab, “Clipbirds” to better understand the process of natural selection and the importance of variation within a species.
Friday- Students read an article, “Naturally Selected to Survive” and then answered questions based on the reading. Students used data from the article to create a population graph on the peppered moth and then answered more questions regarding the change in population over time.
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** Ecology Test Friday (1/20)**
Monday- No School- MLK Day
Tuesday- Students took notes on how energy flows through an ecosystem and worked in groups to build a food web. Students were given a study guide for the Ecology test.
Wednesday- Students completed the food web activity and began work on an individual project, “Build-A-Beast”. Project is due next Tuesday (1/24)
Thursday- Students worked on “Build-A-Beast” project.
Friday- Students took a test on Ecology and then worked on “Build-a-Beast” project.
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Monday- Students will take notes on how scientists study populations. For homework, students will practice calculating populations and create a graph to illustrate population growth.
Tuesday- Students will participate in ” Every Tree for Itself” lab and complete graph of data. Graph needs to be finished for homework.
Wednesday- Students will take cornell notes on interactions of living things and practice analyzing population graphs. Analyzing interactions of living things handout is homework.
Thursday- Student will complete the Kaibab Deer Population reading and graphing worksheet. Unfinished work needs to be completed for homework.
Friday- Students will watch a video on the interactions of living things. Students should complete vocabulary squares for Chapter 21 section 3 for homework. Instructions for vocab squares can be found in Google Classroom.