Posted by: mrborden | March 18, 2012

California Resources, Hazards and Water



Friday March 23
QFD:
?FD:
Objective: Ess9b Students know the principal natural hazards in different California regions and the geologic basis of those hazards. ESS9c. Students know the importance of water to society, the origins of California’s fresh water, and the relationship between supply and need.
PICTURES/MAPS




Thurs March 22
QFD: When the student is ready, the master appears. ~Buddhist Proverb
?FD: Name 3 lakes in California and 3 rivers
Objective: ESS 9a. Students know the resources of major economic importance in California and their relation to California’s geology
1)CST mirror test Day 2
2)finish maps and color rivers and lakes blue, gold mines gold or yellow, places to see orange or red, and Earning a living green

Wed March 21
QFD: When the student is ready, the master appears. ~Buddhist Proverb
?FD: Name 3 lakes in California and 3 rivers
Objective: ESS 9a. Students know the resources of major economic importance in California and their relation to California’s geology
1)CST mirror test
2)finish maps and color rivers and lakes blue, gold mines gold or yellow, places to see orange or red, and Earning a living green





Tues March 20
QFD: When gravity calls, something falls. ~J.L.W. Brooks
?FD: Name 5 natural resources in California
ESS 9a. Students know the resources of major economic importance in California and their relation to California’s geology
1) check circle thinking map ( new seating chart)
2) re check projects
3) Draw California ( 4 maps)
Draw an outline of California and label the 4 major cities ( Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, and Sacramento **)
Earning a living map – place 1 object from each of the natural resources (9) onto your map
Places to See map – Label 10 places to see
Goldmine Map – Label 5 Active Goldmines
Waterway maps – Label – Sacramento River, San Joaquin River, Colorado River, Bodega Bay, Monterrey Bay,Santa Barbara Channel, Kings River, Mono Lake, Salton Sea, Lake Shasta, and Lake Tahoe, Catalina Island


Mon March 19
QFD: The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking. ~Albert Einstein
?Fd: What is a natural resources ?
Objective: 9.The geology of California underlies the state’s wealth of natural resources as well as its natural hazards. As a basis for understanding this concept: ESS 9a. Students know the resources of major economic importance in California and their relation to California’s geology.
1) Watch film on California and write down 15 natural resources of California (circle thinking map)
2) projects due 300 pts








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Responses

  1. i like the video -marivi jimenez 1st period 20 pointts plzz jk

  2. A Borden why can’t I se the video

    • at home you cant watch the video?

  3. Hey Mr.borden it’s Kevin since we are talking about earthquakes i would just like to let you now that there was a really big earthquake in Mexico City D.F, Mexico.

    • yes heard it was a 7.2 magnitude

  4. Yes my relatives posted on Facebook of our house and it has plenty of cracks on the floor and in the kitchen as well, devastating isn’t it.

    • wow Im sorry to haer that, get the pictures and explain about the seismic waves that affected their house for extra credit


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