Posted by: mrborden | October 8, 2011

Earth’s Moon


Thurs Oct 13
QFD: “Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare” — Japanese Prov
?FD: Name 3 things that have changed in Earth’s History?
Objective: ESS 1c.Students know the evidence from geological studies of Earth and other planets suggest that the early Earth was very different from Earth today.
Word of the Day : Pangaea – single continent that broke up 225 million years ago. Notes
1)Groups – Draw day 1 of 2, 2 animals and 1 plant from each period for each era
2) write 15 facts about the animals, atmosphere, and continents for your era
3) 2 paragraphs explaining these facts to be presented on Monday
Wed Oct 12

QFD: “Show class, have pride, and display character. If you do, winning takes care of itself.” — Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant
?FD: Describe the difference between a waning or waxing moon?
Objective: ESS 1c.Students know the evidence from geological studies of Earth and other planets suggest that the early Earth was very different from Earth today by becoming an expert on at least 1 era in Earths History and sharing your information with the class.
Word of the day: Mass Extinction – 95% of all life dies on earth – Asteroid Impact or rapid climate change?
1) Quiz on 1b
2) Students will become an expert on 1 era in Earth’s History in a group of 4 – All 4 eras in Earths history must include adaptations to the atmosphere and climate, the plants, the animals, and the continents or landmass’. project
Tue Oct 11
QFD : Whenever you do a thing, act as if all the world were watching.” — Thomas Jefferson
?FD: What are the best rocks to find the age of the solar system, meteorites or earth rocks?
Objective: ESS 1.b. Students will know about the evidence from Earth and moon rocks that indicates that the solar system was formed from a nebular cloud of dust and gas approximately 4.6 billion years ago by viewing film clips on the standard and answering questions
noteswed
Students will:
1) answer questions qs1b regarding film clips
2) Perfect paragraph
3) Draw a Picture of the phases of the moon

Monday Oct 10
QFD: In the land of the blind the one eye is king – Anon
?FD: Name the 2 planets with Seasons? Why do they have seasons?
Word of the day = Lunar – Moon
Learning Objective: ESS 1B Students know and should be able to understand the evidence from Earth and Moon Rocks indicates that the solar system was formed from a nebular cloud of dust and gas 4.6 billion years ago.
Students must also identify the major events in the history of Earth’s moon by filling out a sequence map correctly.

Language Objective: Students will use correct grammer and spelling in English emphasizing quality over quantity when answering questions.
Student Objectives
1) Students will create a circle map of things they already know and understand about the moon
2) Students will create a sequence map diagraming the timeline of the origin of the solar system, the Earth and Moon, the Apollo 11 mission.
3) . Students will create a perfect paragraph as homework using the terms nebular cloud, solar system, moon and earth
Notes1b

1) review of objectives 2) circle map, copy outline of sequence map 3) student reading of information 4)Reading from book 4) details of the sequence map 5) hw review of obj reflection






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