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Jeff Fastnacht wrote a new blog post: Pitfalls to Sunshine – Our 1:1 Initiative Improves 2 days, 22 hours ago · View
Over the course of this first year of our 1:1 iPad implementation we have experienced many ups and downs. The rollout and early meeting with students and parents were very positive. The inclusion of these new learning devices in some classrooms was successful. But, we then had bumps in the road that make you feel [...]
You are going to recreate the last two Word assignments with your own information Average Temp: Pick two different cities or states or pick just one and two different years or months for that one city and use the Internet to find the average hi and lows. Examples Killdeer in December and July Killdeer in 1925 and [...]
Click here to open the directions for Map 1 and 2 worksheet.
You can open it in either ibooks or Good Notes.
Train like a Thrower has a great list of exercise to do for strength and quickness.
A drill to help with quickness and explosiveness.
Videos to enhance your understanding:
Billy Nye – Electricity
Vocabulary review: prism electromagnetic spectrum refraction reflection transparent translucent opaque Real World Science – short and about refraction Billy Nye – great talk about white light for understanding…and more, After the read, use the prisms and flashlights to test with the lights off (or on), coat room is darkest, good place to check it out. [...]
Download variables wkst into Good Notes to conduct the experiment from page 544 in our Science text book.
Terms to understand:
Read the lesson and be familiar with the vocabulary:
View the video from Real World Science on Sound:
Slinky demo is at 6:45 in the next video.
Bill Nye’s Sound video to learn from:
Terms in this lesson are:
Watch this video from Bill Nye the Science Guy after the lesson read.
You need to review this to further understand the use of a protractor to measure specific degree of the angle measurement. Terms- Ray Vertex The following video will give good examples of the terms and proper alignment of a protractor : Remember – right angles will be 90 degrees. If it is an acute angle, [...]
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