Planet Booklet

 

Planet Name

Mythology Name

Visual

Location:                                                                             Composition:

Discovered By:                                                                   Atmosphere:

AU and Distance:                                                              Temperature Range ( C and F):

Rotation                                                                              Weather:

Revolution                                                                           Moon(s):

Size:                                                                                   Interesting Fact(s):

 

Greek and Latin Root of the Week (ROW)            

Assignment is given every Monday as bell work.  Using INB and computer, students will find the origin, meaning, 3 examples/meaning, and a visual relating to the assigned root.
8-28-17   Pseudo-
9-5-17     Astro-     
9-11-17    Helio-
9-18-17    Bio-
9-25-17    Cryo-
10-2-17     Geo-
10-9-17     Atmo-
10-16-17     Hydro-
10-23-17    Hyper-
10-30-17     Hypo-
11-6-17     Aero-
11-13-17    Omni
11-20-17     Zo/Zoa
11-27-17     Grav
12-4-17     Lun/Luna/Luni
12-11-17     Mar/Mari

 

 
Famous Scientist Format
(Interactive Notebook)

September:  Albert Einstein
October- Marie Curie

Picture of scientist (left side)
____________________________________
Name: 
Birthdate:
Death date:
Nationality:
Occupation:
Education:
Known for:
_____________________________________
Personal History (paragraph)
Impact on society (sentence form)
Interesting/fun fact (sentence form)
Check spelling and grammar; make sure your scientists name is spelled correctly!



 
Science in the News
Keep in your ISN – one due per month
Purpose:  The purpose of this assignment is to encourage students to connect what we are learning about in science class to the bigger picture.  Articles are assigned every third Thursday of the month.  Class time will be given to help complete assignments on time.  If a student does not finish in the time allowed, it will become homework.

1. Source:
Title of article: ________________________________________
Date of article: _____________ 
Source of article: ______________________________________
**You may not use Wikipedia, encyclopedias, or textbooks.   You cannot watch TV and write about it.

2. Summary(paragraph):
a. What is the article about? 
b. What/Who is the subject of the article? 
c. Where and when does the article take place?

   3. General Information:
       *Why/How is this article related to science? 
       *Why did you choose this article?
*What are two questions you have after reading this article or provide     
   an interesting fact

Sources for articles – magazines, newspaper, quest section, internet ,
-www.sciencenewsforstudents.org               - www.geology.com/news/
-www.brightsurf.com                                    - www.visionlearning.com/latest_news.php
-www.sciencedaily.com                                  - www.nytimes.com/pages/science/
-www.time.com/time                                     - www.sciencenews.org
-www.tweentribune.com/