6th Grade Science Textbook (website link)
Formative (website link) Formative is the website that students use to complete their assignments.
Google Classroom (website link) Classroom is used occasionally for assignments.
Science World Magazine
Science Lesson Plans for the Week of January 22 to January 26
MS-PS1-4 Develop a model that predicts and describes changes in particle motion, temperature, and state of a pure substance when thermal energy is added or removed. (SEP: 2; DCI: PS1.A, PS3.A; CCC: Cause/Effect)
MS-PS1-5 Develop and use a model to describe how the total number of atoms does not change in a chemical reaction and thus mass is conserved. (SEP: 2 ; DCI: PS1.B; CCC: Energy/Matter)
MS-PS1-6 Design, construct, test, and modify a device that either releases or absorbs thermal energy by chemical processes.* (SEP: 6; DCI: PS1.B, ETS1.B, ETS1.C; CCC: Energy/Matter)
- Explain the role of energy in changes of state.
- Outline the processes of freezing and melting.
- Describe vaporization and condensation.
- Define sublimation and deposition.
MONDAY-JANUARY 22-BLUE, TUESDAY-JANUARY 23-WHITE
SLO-Formative (Scientific Method)
Read Section 4.3-Changes in State-Read and discuss-take notes
Finish Gizmo: Boyle's and Charles' Law
ASSIGNMENT: Science Fair-Conclusion Due Wed. Jan. 24/Thurs. Jan. 25
WEDNESDAY-JANUARY 24-BLUE, THURSDAY-JANUARY 25-WHITE
Work on Conclusion
Section 4.3 WS.-Formative
Science Fair-Future Study
ASSIGNMENT: Section 4.3 WS.-Formative-due Fri. Jan. 26/Mon. Jan. 29
Work on Future Study-Science Fair
Ch. 4 Study Guide-Ch. 4 Test-Feb. 1
Abstract Work-Science Fair
ASSIGNMENT: Ch. 4 Study Guide
Computer Lesson Plans for the Week of January 22 to January 26
Typing Club-Keyboarding program (first 15 minutes)
Show Dangerous Technology projects