October 4

Discovery Education – Cells

This assignment is a personal research assignment.  You will go online to discovery education, open the “science techbook”, “investigating cells”, “concept 3.2 cell theory”, to gather information, take notes (in Chicago style), and answer the essential questions at this link.  You will hand in all your notes, your official responses and a rubric filled out to show you self-assessment of your assignment.

18.10.02 Cell Theory essential questions-11n8heb

18.05.16 science response rubric-173ntc5

 

September 24

Cells – An Introduction

Today we are going to introduce ourselves to cells.  To get started we will watch some videos (some in virtual reality), do some online vocabulary exercises, read some material from our Science text book, and also practice labeling some animal and plant cells.

Watch this video here for an introduction on the parts of a cell

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URUJD5NEXC8

Click here to access the online vocabulary list on Mr. Ewert’s Quizlet classroom.

https://quizlet.com/class/8322968/

Click this link if you would like to permanently sign up as a member of Mr. Ewert’s Quizlet classroom.

https://quizlet.com/join/SSTYAfU56

Click here for a copy of the textbook pages received in class.

18.09.24 cell theory and structure assignment-1k8twji

Click here for a copy of the cell diagrams we practiced labeling.

18.09.24 cells organelles to label and compare-16hayw6

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December 12

Science – Discrepant Events Involving Heat

Today we are observing a Science experiment online.  To do this you will start by creating your Science exit slip.  You will watch the first 30 seconds of the video below and then complete your “What I already know” and “hypothesis” sections.  Then you will watch the rest of the video before completing your “observations” and “conclusion”.

For each of the experiments students are to create an exit slip that has:

  • What I already know (or what I think) about this is…
  • My hypothesis is that…because…
  • My observations about the experiment are…
  • In conclusion:
    • revisit hypothesis
    • explain observations
    • what I learned

Still need some help explaining this one?  Watch the video below for more explanation.

 

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