This quiz will be on topics 1-3. Students completed the worksheet on page 22 of their workbooks while they watched. Questions 5, 8, and 17 were notable weaknesses. September 23rd, 2015: Today we finished calculating our ecological footprint and answered the corresponding questions on page 22-23 of the workbook. Page 382 in the textbook provides all of the information they need. November 9th, 2015: Students in 7E worked on topic 2 review questions on page 201 in their textbook.
November 12th, 2015: Students in 7F worked on topic 2 review questions on page 201 in their textbook. We then compared them to the Canadian average and discussed ways we could lower our impact. They were then given time to finish working on their scavenger hunt activity as well as to complete the chart on page 6 in their workbook. This is the final topic of this unit. Students should review all notes in their workbook in order to prepare.
It also allows an opportunity for students to connect things that were covered at the beginning of the unit, to those later in the unit. The teams that did get it correct send one person up to shoot a basket. If you click on it and it doesn't work, could you please drop me an email, the company is going through restructuring, so I am not sure what is going to happen with this site. Students will have their first science quiz on Friday, September 25th. Question 8 was a short response question asking students to explain how climate zones compare and what causes the difference. They were then asked to complete the oil mining table on page 10 of their workbooks by filling in three advantages and three disadvantages for each. We will then have one final lab activity to end of unit 1.
Besides the 100 points, they also get an opportunity to come up and shoot a basket for 500 extra points. A reminder that the unit 3 test will be written next Thursday, December 17th. My students are scored on a proficiency scale which includes opportunities to earn an exemplary mark. For example, I can tell from the that this particular class is strong in identifying the meaning of each of the systems when given answer choices. October 20th, 2015: 7E competed the notes for topic 7 in their workbook. Because students have to demonstrate an understanding of so many concepts and be able to explain their reasoning, these are higher level questions which will earn them exemplary. Our textbook is Discovering Science 7, and there is an.
November 3rd, 2015: 7E read through topic one and discussed heat energy sources from the past and present as a group. As you can see in the , the students really get into this game and they love it when someone makes a basket. Also, please remind them to study their workbook in order to prepare. They were then given a review for their unit quiz that will take place tomorrow. December 16th, 2015: Today we spent both science and math class reviewing for the upcoming science test tomorrow.
This was assigned for homework if it was not completed in class. Questions 12, 13, 14, and 15 required students to label the steps of the water cycle which is a standard students also learned in detail in 3rd grade, they just went more in depth this year. Students used measurements on a balloon to understand this activity. This was assigned for homework if it was not completed in class. I use the to score the assessments. Lesson Goal: The goal of this lesson is to assess student understanding of the standards.
Most importantly, students enjoy playing games, and are learning while they have fun. This is the final topic of this unit. Students will write this test online so please have them practice signing into their school gmail account. Questions 1-3 were assigned for homework if they were not completed in class. Today, I chose to play the basketball game. Questions 10 and 18 are exemplary questions because they require students to not only know what the systems are, but to be able to explain how they interact in specific examples.
They were then given the last twenty minutes of class to work on the review in the back of the workbook. Questions 1-3 were assigned for homework if they were not completed in class. We reviewed these so often and put the definitions into very simple terms I think it really stuck with the kids. Both girls and boys enjoy playing and have an equal chance of making a basket. January 13th- 19th, 2016: Students have been working on topics 1-4 in Unit 5: Planet Earth. Also, students have been assigned page 42 in their workbook to complete for homework. This was assessed in questions 1 - 4 and there were no students who missed these questions.
Our worksheets use a variety of high-quality images and some are aligned to Common Core Standards. Lastly, the were asked to complete questions 1,3,6 on page 28 of their textbook. I place a piece of tape on the floor about 6 feet from the basket which marks the spot they must shoot from. We will be having a short quiz tomorrow on topics 1-3. Students will be modeling layers of Earth, the water cycle, land forms, and more. Worksheets labeled with are accessible to Help Teaching Pro subscribers only.