Sunday, December 9, 2018

December 10-14

Optional Replacement Assignment
The optional assignment is due on December 21. Your score on this assignment can be used to replace your lowest non-test score. For periods 1-4-5, do 1-20 page 527. For periods 3-6, do 1-7 and 9-14 on pages 519-520. Attention honors students - The MESPOWs for this week are #43 and #62.

Monday
We will go over a couple activities from last week and then students will be given time to work on a worksheet. Here is a link to the video that explains how to make a cloud with your mouth: VIDEO.

Tuesday
Students will do a lab titled, "What's the Recipe for a Cloud?". If you were gone, watch this video and then watch this one also.

Wednesday
Students will take notes on a handout. If you were gone, carefully read this web page and watch this video.

Thursday
Students will take notes as Benson explains concepts related to atmospheric pressure (demo included). If you miss this class watch this Can Crush Demo (YouTube video), and ask Benson for a copy of the notes. Read text pages 532-533 (honors 526-528).

Friday
After a quick review of recent topics, Benson will do a demonstration and then students will do a "can-crush" activity. If you miss this class, watch this Fountain Demo (YouTube video) and check out the other links listed below.

Sunday, December 2, 2018

December 3-7

Optional Replacement Assignment
This is due on December 21. Your score on this assignment can be used to replace your lowest non-test score. For periods 1-4-5, do 1-20 page 527. For periods 3-6, do 1-7 and 9-14 on pages 519-520.

Monday
Students will take a test (atmosphere topics). After the test read text pages 504-509 (honors 490-496). Attention honors students: The MESPOWs for this week are #61 and #96.

Tuesday
Students will do a lab related to humidity.If you were gone, do "Reviewing Concepts" questions 1-6 on page 509 (honors do "Concept Check" questions on page 492 and 498.

Wednesday
Students will take notes as Benson explains humidity topics.

Thursday
We will do a Kahoot to review humidity concepts, and then students will do a lab to find out what the relative humidity is today. If you were gone, watch this video.

Friday
Students will take notes and watch demonstrations as Benson explains the basics of "cloud formation". If you were gone get a copy of the notes handout, copy the notes from a classmate, and watch the video below. If you were gone, watch this video AND the one at the bottom of this web page. Here's a link to the video about how to make a cloud with your mouth: Check it out!