Good luck studying!
Quiz #3 is happening tomorrow. It will be a short quiz but I have made a quizlet to help you study if you would like. It can be found on the Resources Page.
Good luck studying!
We wrote quiz #2 today!
If you were absent, please be prepared to write the quiz when you get back.
Tomorrow we will be starting the next section on natural sources of thermal energy.
Quiz 2 is happening tomorrow. Check previous posts for resources to help you study!
To study for the quiz there is a review sheet (found below) that will be completed in class tomorrow. Use this sheet and your formative worksheet to help you study.
I have also made a Quizlet to help you study. Make sure you can answer the questions on the review sheet as well, not just the Quizlet. There is a link to the Quizlet on the Resources Page.
Today we finished the labs that were handed out last week. Those are to be handed in tomorrow.
The quiz has been moved to Wednesday to allow for a review day tomorrow.
On Thursday we will begin the next section of the unit.
Today we finished the worksheet we started yesterday, it is due in class tomorrow.
We then started watching a Bill Nye the Science Guy video. It can be found here.
There is a sheet to fill out as the video goes along. It can be found below.
Tomorrow and Friday we will be doing labs. Should be a couple of exciting days!
Today we finished the half notes and started on a worksheet.
The worksheet isn't for marks but still must be completed. You may use your notes and your textbook to complete the worksheet. It is due Thursday in class.
Today, we talked about how kinetic energy causes difference in volumes in solids, liquids and gases. We filled out half notes with the SmartBoard lesson.
The half notes can be filled out by borrowing from a friend who was here.
Don't forget the melting the ice cube lab was due today.
Tuesday, we watched a Bill Nye the Science Guy video on the different parts of matter.
The video can be found here.
We filled out a handout along with the video.
Yesterday we did an activity representing the states of matter using our bodies.
Today we did an ice cube lab. The lab is due on Monday.
Tomorrow we will be doing half-notes again that will be filled out in class on the difference between heat and temperature.