Category Archives: Science 8

29 August Science 8 Consolidating our ideas and experiences with the behaviors and properties of water.

Mindful moment. Review entry from DSN from previous class. Preview blogpost for today. Set up entry for today’s DSN entry. Include the link to today’s blogpost. YOUR Questions. * * * * * Our current goal: Using water as an … Continue reading

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27 August Science 8 Water–Change of phase–liquid to gas

Mindful moment. Review entry from DSN from previous class. ARE YOU KEEPING UP? ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT THE PROPERTIES AND BEHAVIOR OF WATER? ARE YOU BEGINNING TO THINK ABOUT HOW SCIENTISTS EXPLAIN THESE BEHAVIORS AND PROPERTIES USING THE BEHAVIORS AND … Continue reading

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23 August Science 8 Melting ice and change of mass–the histogram; Density of water and temperature; Evaporation

Mindful moment. Review entry from DSN from previous class. BE SURE YOU ARE ADDRESSING EACH OF THE 7 ITEMS. Preview blogpost for today. Set up entry for today’s DSN entry. BE SURE TO ADDRESS EACH OF THE 7 ITEMS. CONSIDER MAKING … Continue reading

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21 August Science 8–Matter–Properties and physical behavior of water

Mindful moment. (Water and Friends) Review entry from DSN from previous class. BE SURE YOU ARE ADDRESSING EACH OF THE 7 ITEMS. Preview blogpost for today. Set up entry for today’s DSN entry. BE SURE TO ADDRESS EACH OF THE 7 … Continue reading

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17 August Science 8

Mindful moment. Review entry from DSN from previous class. Digital Science Notebook (DSN) An entry needed for every class to help you Remember Think Learn The entry should be dated and titled. Follow guidelines for organizing entries in topic folders … Continue reading

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14 August Science 8 Matter–investigating water and more

Beginning routine and plan for the day: Mindful moment. Review entry from DSN from previous class. Preview blogpost for today. Set up entry for today’s DSN entry. YOUR Questions. (Perhaps: Why study matter? Why use the example of water? (See … Continue reading

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10 August Science 8 DSN established and Matter continued

Sit at table islands in alphabetical order by family name. Mindful moment. Roll Digital Science Notebook Digital Science Notebook (DSN) An entry needed for every class to help you: Remember Think Learn  The entry should be dated and titled. Follow … Continue reading

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8 August Science 8 Matter–investigating ice

Sit at tables in alphabetical order by family name. Mindful moment. Roll. Paper notebooks. Review blogposts: http://rfrazier.msblogs.aes.ac.in/2018/08/04/6-august-science-8-welcome-first-day/ and today http://rfrazier.msblogs.aes.ac.in/2018/08/07/8-august-science-8-matter-investigating-ice/ General questions? Interviews and introductions–using the questions and sheet from day one. Information posted in the room. Thoughts on the ice float/melting question. … Continue reading

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6 August Science 8 Our First Day

Welcome to all. I wish a wonderful year of exploring, thinking, and learning for each of you. Please ask whenever you have questions or concerns. Please share your ideas and insights. I love to hear what you are thinking. A … Continue reading

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2,4,8,10, 14, 16 May Human Impact Discussions

Be sure that you have submitted the requested comments–see below. Topics  and students  < https://docs.google.com/a/aes.ac.in/spreadsheets/d/1SXx0Zvtkx8C3SixY99dE-F5_GNS0XYM0yjkp3oNGqsg/edit?usp=sharing > Schedule <https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19pC9XXhM1UdcTXYIK-L8mVLhhweSaxLFMAXmwQCP3uY/edit?usp=sharing> Videos <https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1M6Rnv82roHqaub3rP1Fj0k1AaBMS7qz4?usp=sharing>   After each discussion/activity, please send the leader an email with these items completed in full sentences: Please, no idle praise or … Continue reading

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