Earth Science Second Semester Exams Rocks & the Rock Cycle Plate Tectonics Earthquakes
ALM Projects Autonomous Learner Model Projects Students chose a favorite "Earth Science" topic and will be completing a "unit of study" to present to their classmates beginning Monday, May 11. Students have been given ample time to work on their projects during class! I am looking forward to seeing all they have learned about their exciting units of study!
Homework Week of May 4 Monday: Read over your ALM unit you chose to present. Tuesday: Work on ALM Project Wednesday: Work on ALM Project Thursday: Work on ALM Project Friday: Prepare for ALM Presentation
Click here to go to the Dynamic Earth Interactive Website
Click here to view the documentary video! Be sure to take notes!
What to know for the Section 3 Quiz: - 3 Types of evidence for continental drift and an example of each - Vocabulary - state hypothesis of Continental Drift - Why was Wegener's Theory rejected for nearly had a century?
Click here to go to You Tube and listen to the Amoeba People's Song - "Alfred Wegener - Continental Drift!"
Click here to go to YouTube an do the "Sid Shuffle - Ice Age Continental Drift"
Click on the Brain Pop to go the the Activity on the Rock Cycle
Click here to link to the Active Art on the Rock Cycle
Click here to link to the Dynamic Earth Interactives: Rock Cycle that we did in class. This goes with the Interactive Lab sheet
Click on the picture of the Grand Canyon to link to a time lapsed video on coastal erosion. (photo credit: geography4kids.com)
Homework from Previous Weeks: see "Prior Homework" Page