Students will take notes as Benson explains various ways that the last ice age impacted Montana.If you miss this class, go to this site and read each of the following: 12, 24, and 33. Site does not open on mobile devices. Also, watch this video.
We will review for the test. A review sheet will be provided.Attention honors students: The topics of the 3 essay questions will be 1- The primary source of water for the city of Helena, 2-How having lots of land at high elevation contributes to the onset of ice ages (see notes handout), 3-The Berkeley Pit . . . Here are some resources that may help
1. Lake Helena Watershed (Does not open on mobile devices)
2. The Berkeley Pit (Does not open on mobile devices)
Students will take a test.
IMPORTANT - Period 1-4-7 students have one week to come in (before school, at lunch, or after school) to make corrections on their tests. They can use their notes and handouts. Honors students can make corrections if their score was less than 70%, and can only raise their score to 70%.
We will discuss several factors that influence the flight of a baseball or football. If you were gone, carefully read this web page and pages 479-480 in your text (honors pages 466-467). Students will do a graph activity. It is due at the start of class tomorrow.
Students will do a lab called "Burning Up the Atmosphere". If you were gone, periods 1-4-7 should do questions 1-10 on page 499 . . . periods 3-6 should read 472-477 and questions do questions 1-2 on page 478.