June 1, 2

Learning Target:

– I can use my knowledge of the design cycle to engineer a crash car for an egg

  • I can be creative in recycling resources

 

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Open the following document for your team

Egg20Drop2016

  • 3 orange Manning – Bradshaw
  • 5 yellow Manning – Robinson
  • 4 blue Manning – Hill
  • 6 Purple Manning – Manning
  • 3 orange David – Degreef
  • 5 yellow David – Ginder
  • 4 Blue David – Smith
  • 6 Blue David – David

 

Homework:

Must bring back all 5 of your science text books, they were due last class

  • 3 green
  • 1 blue
  • 1 red

-try the online Froguts dissection of the frog for fun

http://dissect.froguts.com

User Name:       SASchina

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May 19, 20

text books due today 🙂

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plant_collecting

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May 17, 18

Learning Target:

-I can repot my seedlings into their custom built home

Vocabulary:

isometric, orthographic, prototype, design cycle, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, foldable, aerobic (with oxygen), anaerobic (no oxygen), heterotroph, autotroph, Tung oil, repot, monocot dicot, plant pressing

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-take a picture of planter box, insert photo onto new blog post

-reflect with a paragraph for each section below

  1. I like…
  2. I wish…
  3. What if…

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Homework:

Return all 5 textbooks before Friday (3 green, 1 red, 1 blue)

-complete reflection

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May 13,16

yes we are almost done

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=LLdDDh1iYd-d0A_woF2FMYHg

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last day to build and stain, next class we are planting

 

 

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May 9, 10, 11, 12

Learning Target:

-I can complete my project in a coordinated manner

Vocabulary:

isometric, orthographic, prototype, design cycle, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, foldable, aerobic (with oxygen), anaerobic (no oxygen), heterotroph, autotroph, Tung oil

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-We will be using Tung oil to waterproof our planter boxes, be sure to wear rubber gloves, safety glasses and a lab coat when you are staining your wood.

 

 

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May 2, 3

Learning Target:

-I can complete my project in a coordinated manner

Vocabulary:

isometric, orthographic, prototype, design cycle, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, foldable, aerobic (with oxygen), anaerobic (no oxygen), heterotroph, autotroph

work period, be sure your cutting list has been approved so you are not wasting time cutting extra pieces 🙂

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Homework:

foldable was due last class..please complete if you have not finished yet.

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April 28, 29

Learning Target:

-i can demonstrate my understanding of photosynthesis and cellular respiration with a summative test.

Vocabulary:

isometric, orthographic, prototype, design cycle, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, foldable, aerobic (with oxygen), anaerobic (no oxygen), heterotroph, autotroph

-submit your amazing foldable to be graded

summative test, 2 parts

http://www.questionpress.com/jmanning

 

homework:

none if you are all finished your foldable, it is due today at the start of class.

 

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April 22, 25

Learning Target:

-I can safely use tools

-I will not use tools which i have not been instructed on and do not feel safe with

-I can conserve my materials by creating a cutting list

Vocabulary:

isometric, orthographic, prototype, design cycle, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, foldable, aerobic (with oxygen), anaerobic (no oxygen), heterotroph, autotroph

Your foldable must accomplish the following and demonstrate your understanding of these concepts:

  1. – Diagram explaining Photosynthesis
  2. – Diagram explaining cellular respiration
  3. – You need to show the relationship between the two processes.  You can do this by using a foldable design that makes this possible, or create a separate graphic or page on your foldable that demonstrates your understanding clearly.

– Clearly show where each process occurs in the cell

– Explains how life on our planet depends on photosynthesis and respiration

– Explains what would happen to life on Earth if cells could not conduct either photosynthesis or cellular respiration

Vocabulary words to use:  photosynthesis, cellular respiration, mitochondria, chloroplast, glucose, energy (ATP), autotroph, heterotroph, reactant, product

-work period today, be safe wear your safety glasses, ask for instruction on a new tool

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homework:

-foldable due April 28/29

-cellular respiration section due next class…this is a summative project.

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april 20, 21

Learning Target:

-I can choose the best qualities to make a design with empathy

-I can make a isometric and orthographic drawing of my prototype

-I can conserve my materials by creating a cutting list

Vocabulary:

isometric, orthographic, prototype, design cycle, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, foldable, aerobic (with oxygen), anaerobic (no oxygen), heterotroph, autotroph

-diagram of connections

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-complete diagram and cutting list

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-foldable rubric

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Photosynthesis and Respiratio foldable rubric Model

requirements

  1. one section photosynthesis
  2. one section respiration
  3. one section compare and contrast

homework:

-work on the summative foldable, is due April 28/29

-summative test (on a blank paper, diagram and describe all you know about photosynthesis and cellular respiration) test on April 28/29

 

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April 18, 19

Learning Target:

-I can choose the best qualities to make a design with empathy

-I can make a isometric and orthographic drawing of my prototype

Vocabulary:

isometric, orthographic, prototype, design cycle, photosynthesis, cellular respiration

-notes on cellular respiration

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-work time to complete drawing, you may start cutting once you have your cutting list approved.

homework

-study for summative by working on the rest of the explore learning.com gizmo on the cell’s energy cycle

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