- Mindful moment.
- Review last class.
- Preview today’s plan in blog post.
- Prepare DSN entry. (ARE ALL YOUR ENTRIES COMPLETE AND UP-TO-DATE???) (IS YOUR DSN ORGANIZED? ARE ENTRIES NAMED WELL? IS EVERYTHING UPLOADED AND SHARED PROPERLY?)
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Prepare a 5 minute presentation based on your references that captures the main ideas and significant supporting examples from your references.
- Use the following points to guide the composition of your presentation.
- Organize/sequence in a way that makes sense for everyone in the group.
- Keep a record of your discussion(s) as you interpret your references AND compose your presentation.
- Make sure all group members contribute and participate.
- Find out what you can about the background of the references. (Who, how, what, why, etc.)
- Discuss how the references relate to what you already know about matter.
- Present the most important questions that you and your group have.
- What do you and your group suspect the point of view of the author(s) to be? Why?
- Identify bridges AND barriers to deeper understanding of the topic.
- What questions will your peers have?
- What will prove challenging for them to understand and/or to appreciate?
- How does each member of the group reflect on the big ideas, the connections to previous study, the connections and implications for each person’s life?
- Each group member should have a copy of the presentation in their DSN. The presentation file and link should be well-labeled and properly shared (with anyone who has the link).
- The Untold Story of Carbon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoKE7uluZuc
- What is Carbon (BBC Bitesize) https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/articles/zhhdqhv
- Years of Living Dangerously (David Letterman visits India https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nk8izVrznFk&t=105s)
- From the Ring of Truth–Food as an ore of carbon–https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzAQrg06Vwg
- Lessons from Thin Air
It’s All about Carbon
- fossil fuels
- the chemistry of clothes