Ms. Crane – 6th grade science

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WELCOME! to Ms. Crane’s 6th grade SCIENCE wiki!

 WELCOME to Riverdale Middle School an International Baccalaureate (IB) school, home of the WOLVES! Our first day of school will mark the beginning of a yearlong journey through PHYSICAL SCIENCE! With inquiry at the core, the Middle Years Program (MYP) sciences framework aims to guide students to independently and collaboratively investigate issues through research, observation and experimentation. The MYP sciences curriculum must explore the connections between science and everyday life. As they investigate real examples of science applications, students will discover the tensions and dependencies between science and morality, ethics, culture, economics, politics, and the environment.

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Students GREEN folders have been checked PLEASE make sure they have their folder set up correctly! Title Page – Title Interactive Science Folder, Colored picture, 3 goals for the school year, their name. Table of Contents (attached below) numbered, 0-25, 26-51, 52-77, 78-103. Everything taped on the correct page, pages numbered 1-103 on the looseleaf, Bellwork page after page 103, bellwork title page picture drawn and colored,  first bellwork 8/18 & 8/19. This was an A or F grade, there is no partial credit, incomplete is an F.

Students are still missing green folders, looseleaf, and tape. Please help you child come prepared to class to start off learning on the right foot. Thank you!

Students need to bring their textbook to class every class, even Monday there will be a random textbook check for a grade.

Please pay your $5.00 lab fee. Please bring your supplies so class may run smoothly and we can focus on learning.

Students need sharpened pencils, pens, erasers, pencil sharpener, scotch tape and looseleaf paper to be ready to learn in class.

Students need to bring their science textbook each class.

CLICK YOUR TEXTBOOK BELOW TO LINK TO THE ONLINE TEXTBOOK

Username: STUDENTA248

Password: stude356

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homework

HOMEWORK:

Due: 8/27 & 8/28 Read Unit 1 lesson 1 pages 6-14. Answer Review questions 1-10 on pg 15. Write the questions and the answers to receive credit. There is no partial credit in homework. For questions 6 & 7 if they put 6. A 7. B they will receive an F in homework. Folder page 14 Title: Unit 1-1 Review 1-10 pg 15

Due: 8/25 & 8/26  Read Unit 1 lesson 1 pages 6-14 Answer questions Reading & Visual checks on pages 7, 9, 11, 13, & 14. Write the questions and the answers to receive credit. There is no partial credit in homework. Folder page 13 Title: Homework Unit 1 lesson 1 Reading check

Due: 8/20 Homework 4: folder pages 6 & 8 page 6 HW: What do you observe/infer? Students need to draw a picture, cut out a picture, or print a picture and write 3 observations & 3 inferences about the picture. page 8 HW: What is the science behind it? Students need to find out the science behind egg in a bottle done in class for observations and inferences.

CLASSWORK: page 4 I’m ready for Labs! draw a picture, write a song, or poem about lab safety, if it was not finished in class, it should be finished for homework.

Due 8/17 Homework 3: Remind 101 signed (you do not have to sign up for the text messages, but please sign the paper so I know you received the information)

Due 8/17 Homework 2: Lab Safety Slip signed

Due 8/17 Homework 1: Syllabus Signed

 

 

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LAB WORK

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assessment

 ASSESSMENTS:

Thursday/Friday September 3rd/4th Unit 1-1 Quiz: 20 multiple choice questions. Students should know observation/inference, independent/dependent variable, explanation/description, controlled experiment, constants, hypothesis, scientific method, study of science: physical, life, earth, lab safety.

Quiz 1: 8/20 & 8/21 Thursday/Friday Students may use their folder to answer questions about wiki, remind 101, PBIS cafeteria expectations, classroom expectations, folder, Lab Safety, syllabus, Observation & Inference.

 

Assessment 1 answers Review


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CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING TO OPEN ATTACHMENT:

2015 interactive science folder

syllabus science 2015

Unit-Reflection-and-Checklist

Unit 5 vocabulary

Unit 4 vocabulary

Unit 3 vocabulary

Unit 2 Vocabulary

Unit 1 Vocabulary

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN DIAGRAM

CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS

CLASSROOM RULES

Regular 101

Honors 101

 

LINKS:

create a graph

http://funbasedlearning.com/chemistry/chemBalancer/default.htm

http://funbasedlearning.com/chemistry/chemBalancer3/default.htm

http://education.jlab.org/elementbalancing/index.html

http://chem4kids.com/index.html

http://www.physics4kids.com/

http://www.brainpop.com/science/matter

http://sciencespot.net/Pages/kidzone.html

http://sciencespot.net/Pages/kdzchem.html

http://www.quarked.org

http://www.louisianapass.org/

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