My e-mail

WE ARE GOING GREEN!!!!

Therefore all the ANSWERS TO MY LAB BOOK PAGES ARE LOCATED ON MY EBOARD. HERE IS THE LINK

 

Mrs. Deringer's

Extra Help in room 209

Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays

7:20 am - 7:50 am

If you are ever absent look at the answer key bulletin board for the answers to the lab book pages you missed.

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CLICK HERE TO SEE A REALLY COOL INTERACTIVE SCALE OF THE UNIVERSE.

 

Here are the links for Hour of Code.

Introduction Video to computer Science and coding. "Code Stars" - Short Film

 

The Hour of Code - WORLDWIDE

President Obama asks America to learn computer science

Introduction Video for Hour of Code: Angry Birds

 

 

 

 

This Week's Classwork in Science

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Week of JANUARY 18th

Monday - 1/18

MLK Day - No School
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Tuesday -1/19

How do you find the volume of a solid?

Lab book pages 17A -19


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Wednesday -1/120

How do you find the volume of a liquid?

Lab book pages 20 -22

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Thursday-1/21

TEST on Mass

There will also be these questions from our life science unit. 1,2,4,5,11,14,17,18,22,25,28,31,35


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Friday- 1/22

Can you get the correct colors of the rainbow in a test tube?

Lab book pages 23-24

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Week of JANUARY 25th

Monday - 1/25

What is the story of Archimedes?

Lab book pages 25- 30


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Tuesday -1/26

Complete What is the story of Archimedes?

Lab book pages 25- 30


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Wednesday -1/27

How do you find the volume of an irregular-shaped solid?

Lab book pages 32-34

 

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Thursday-1/28

TEst on volume and mass

and as always a few

questions from the life science unit


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Friday- 1/29

Last day of marking period

Can you measure out the correct

amount of magic dust?

Lab book pages 46 - 48

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Each Week's Topic:

January 18th: Volume

HOMEWORK Assignments

Due Friday 1/22 Lab bk pg. 17

Due Wednesday 1/27Lab bk pg. 50

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Due no later than Thursday 1/28 Asexual Reproduction Experiment. Submit to my gmail.

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Assessment Dates

Thursday1/21 on Mass

Tests will cover mass and as always, there will be questions from the life science unit. Remember to study the questions on the last test that we circled that I said would go on our next test.

Which were Questions: 1,2,4,5,11,14,17,18,22,25,28,31,35

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Thursday1/28 Mass and Volume, and some questions from life science.

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End of Marking Period is Friday1/29

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My gmail is

mrsdlovesscience@gmail.com

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Use the Create a graph link

here.

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My "Storm Web Quest"

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Here is how the one question quiz works.

Each week on Thursday or Friday your homework is due.

1. If you didn't complete the assignment you will receive a M = 0% for that homework assignment, and you cannot take the one question quiz. Your homework assignment is considered "M" if you leave ANY ANSWERS blank. If you don't understand a question it is your responsibility to come and see me so that I can help you BEFORE the due date. This does not mean a few minutes before class begins.

2. If you did complete EVERY question on the assigned page, you will be given a 1 question quiz based on the homework assignment.

a. If you answer the question correctly you will receive a 100% for that homework assignment.

b. If you answer the question incorrectly you will receive a 75% for that homework assignment.

c. You cannot make up the assignment, but throughout the quarter there will be optional homework assignments given that if you complete, it can be used to replace a previous missing assignment.

We will then go over all the correct answers in class.