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April 13th Announcement: Important Remote Learning Updates

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Friday March 13th

3-13-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up

Classwork: Earth: The Biography — Oceans — 40 Facts (extra credit — loose-leaf paper)

Homework:  CAQ’s: 16.1 + 16.2 + 16.3


Thursday March 12th

3-12-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up

Classwork: Pearson EasyBridge — Google Classroom
Answer all questions in complete sentences that include the question.
CAQ’s – 16.1 – Read Pg. 448 – 453 & Answer Questions # 1-8 Pg. 453
CAQ’s – 16.2 – Read Pg. 454 – 460 & Answer Questions # 1-11 Pg. 454
CAQ’s – 16.3 – Read Pg. 461 – 467 & Answer Questions # 1-13 Pg. 467

Homework:  CAQ’s: 16.1 + 16.2 + 16.3


Wednesday March 11th

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak taking skeleton notes (graphic organizer) based on the instructor’s PowerPoint presentation (including video clips, animations, and labeled pictures) on the concepts of the nature of oceans and the primary mechanisms of the oceans to be able to demonstrate their understanding of these concepts by constructing a written summary.

3-11-20, Warm-Up

Classwork: The Nature of Oceans PPT w/Cornell Notes
Answer all questions in complete sentences that include the question.
CAQ’s – 16.1 – Read Pg. 448 – 453 & Answer Questions # 1-8 Pg. 453
CAQ’s – 16.2 – Read Pg. 454 – 460 & Answer Questions # 1-11 Pg. 454
CAQ’s – 16.3 – Read Pg. 461 – 467 & Answer Questions # 1-13 Pg. 467

Homework:  CAQ’s: 16.1 + 16.2 + 16.3


Tuesday March 10th

3-10-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up – Sub-Day – RMNP Research Conference

Classwork
Answer all questions in complete sentences that include the question.
CAQ’s – 15.1 – Read Pg. 422 – 427 & Answer Questions # 1-7 Pg. 427
CAQ’s – 15.2 – Read Pg. 428 – 432 & Answer Questions # 1-9 Pg. 432
CAQ’s – 15.3 – Read Pg. 433 – 437 & Answer Questions # 1-6 Pg. 437

+DDRG The Deep Circulation of the Oceans
+DDRG The Surface Circulation of the Oceans

Homework: CAQ’s: 15.1 + 15.2 + 15.3


Monday March 9th

Objective: Students will read and watch the DVD: Earth from Space to take notes and write a summary of what they’ve learned.

3-9-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up

Classwork: DVD- Earth from Space- 25 Facts (loose-leaf paper)
Answer all questions in completes sentence that include the question.
CAQ’s – 15.1 – Read Pg. 422 – 427 & Answer Questions # 1-7 Pg. 427
CAQ’s – 15.2 – Read Pg. 428 – 432 & Answer Questions # 1-9 Pg. 432
CAQ’s – 15.3 – Read Pg. 433 – 437 & Answer Questions # 1-6 Pg. 437

Homework: CAQ’s: 15.1 + 15.2 + 15.3


Friday March 6th

Objective: Students will read and watch the DVD: Earth from Space to take notes and write a summary of what they’ve learned.

3-6-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up

Classwork: DVD- Earth from Space- 25 Facts (loose-leaf paper)

Homework: No Homework


Thursday March 5th

Objective: Students will take the astronomy open-note test to demonstrate their knowledge respect to the astronomy curriculum.

3-5-20, Warm-Up
Test–No Warm-Up

Classwork:  Astronomy Open-Note Test

Homework: No Homework


Wednesday March 4th

3-4-20, Warm-Up

Top Ten Study Guide
What are the top ten things to know and what do you need to know about them?
Gather all of your skeleton notes ,handouts, and your notebook.
Go through your notebook, skeleton notes, other handouts, as well as your textbook and look for similarities. If certain topics, names, or concepts appear more than once, underline or highlight them (do not mark in the textbook).
Make a list of the top ten things that you think you need to know.

Classwork: Catch-Up Day
+Astronomy Vocabulary (Extra Credit)
+Top Ten Study Guide

Homework: Finish Classwork


Tuesday March 3rd 

3-3-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up

Classwork: Catch-Up Day
+Astronomy Vocabulary (Extra Credit)

Homework: Finish Classwork


Monday March 2nd 

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak to complete calculations to solve problems on travel times to various space objects.

3-2-20, Warm-Up
Write a five-sentence paragraph. Imagine you are a character in a Star Wars movie. Choose from Princess Leia, Hans Solo, Luke Skywalker, R2D2, C3PO, Obi-Wan Kenobi, or the Wookiee Chewbacca. You have just received this message: “the Rebel Alliance is being attacked by Imperial Forces and needs your help…” Finish the story and be sure to answer the following questions:
•Where are the Rebel Forces (another planet, solar, system, or galaxy?
•How far away are they (include numbers in both standard notation and scientific notation)?
•How long will it take you to get there?
•Are there any complications or obstacles in the way?

Classwork: Intro- Outer Space Travel PPT (no notes)
-Outer Space Travel WS- Intro w/Sample Problems & “Guided Practice”

Homework: Finish Classwork


Friday February 28th

Objective: students will listen and write scientific notation conversions to select the unit of measurement they would use to reach different objects in space.

2-28-19, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up

Classwork: The Known Universe- American Museum of Natural History (Vimeo)
-The Cosmic Distance Scale (NASA Website)
-Powers of Ten Animation — Powers of Ten WS
-Intro & ”Guided Practice”

Homework: Powers of Ten WS


Thursday February 27th

Objective:  Students will watch an animation about the the Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram that will support their understanding of how and why stars are classified to plot stars on the  Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram according to their temperature and brightness.

2-27-20, Warm-Up
Write a five-sentence paragraph. Summarize what you’ve learned about the evolution of stars (life and Death of a Star). Refer to your notes for help. Include as many of the following words and phrases as you can and underline them.
-nebula
-clouds of dust and gas
-mass of a star
-medium-sized stars
-red giant & red supergiant
-white dwarf
-supernova
-neutron star
-black hole

Classwork: Evolution of Stars PPT w/Skeleton Notes
Classifying Stars WS

Homework: No Homework


Wednesday February 26th

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak completing a graphic organizer about the life cycles of stars, watching a video clip and taking notes on the instructors presentation on the evolution of stars to write a short essay that describes and analyzes the life cycle of a star.

Students will learn about the evolution of stars to be able to classify stars using the Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram.

2-26-20, Warm-Up
Using your notes, summarize what you learned from the DVD: The Life and Death of a Star, in a minimum of three sentences.

Classwork: DVD- Secrets of the Sun- 25 Facts (loose-leaf paper)
Evolution of Stars PPT w/Skeleton Notes

Homework: No Homework


Tuesday February 25th

Objective: Students will read, write, and listen, completing notes while watching a video about the life and death of stars, to write summary of the life cycle of a star.

2-26-20, Warm-Up

Classwork: DVD- Secrets of the Sun- 25 Facts (loose-leaf paper)

Homework: No Homework


Monday February 24th

Objective: Students will conduct flame tests to observe specific colors emitted by a variety of chemical compounds to identify unknown compounds.

2-24-20, Warm-Up
Write a five-sentence paragraph. Use your Spectroscopy Video Clips WS for help.
Explain how spectroscopy is used in astronomy to study space objects such as stars and galaxies and what such studies reveal.  Include as many of the following words and phrases (correctly in context) as you can and underline them.
-Emission spectra
-Absorption spectra
-Mass
-Chemical Composition
-Distance
-Temperature
-The Doppler effect
-Red shift — Blue shift
-Smeared lines

Classwork: The Flame Test Lab: Intro + Lab Time
CAQ’s: 25.1 + 25.2 +  25.3
DDRG Our Communities Place Among the Stars (Extra Credit)

Homework:  No Homework


Friday February 21st

Objective: Students will record the emission spectra for a set of known gases and match unknown absorption spectra to known spectra to be able to determine the element of the unknown spectra.

2-21-20, Warm-Up
Write a five-sentence paragraph. Explain how spectroscopy is used in astronomy to study space objects such as stars and galaxies. Include as many of the following words and phrases (correctly in context) as you can and underline them.
-spectroscopy
-electromagnetic radiation
-spectra
-“fingerprint”
-emission spectra
-absorption spectra
-peak wavelength
-gas composition

Classwork: Spectroscopy video clips
-Emission & Absorption Spectrum Websites
http://chemistry.bd.psu.edu/jircitano/periodic4.html
https://www.edumedia-sciences.com/en/media/661-emission-and-absorption-spectra
Spectra Lab
-Intro
-Lab time
Bright Line Spectra & Identifying Elements by their Spectra

Homework: No Homework


Thursday February 20th

2-20-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up — Assembly Schedule

Classwork
Answer all questions in complete sentence that include the question.
CAQ’s – 25.1 – Read Pg. 700 – 706 & Answer Questions # 1-7 Pg. 706
CAQ’s – 25.2 – Read Pg. 707 – 714 & Answer Questions # 1-7 Pg. 714
CAQ’s – 25.3 – Read Pg. 715 – 721 & Answer Questions # 1-8 Pg. 721

Homework: CAQ’s: 25.1 + 25.2 +  25.3


Wednesday February 19th

Objective: Students will read, write, listen and speak to explain the importance of spectroscopy the study of astronomy.  In a written summary, students will use the following terms correctly in context:
-spectroscopy
-electromagnetic radiation
-spectra
-“fingerprint”
-emission spectra
-absorption spectra
-peak wavelength
-gas composition

2-19-20, Warm-Up
Write a five-sentence paragraph.
Summarize what you learned about the electromagnetic spectrum.
Refer to your skeleton notes for help.
Include as many of the following words and phrases as you can and underline them.
-Electromagnetic spectrum/radiation
-Wavelength & Frequency
-High Energy/Low energy
-Radio wave
-Infrared radiation
-Visible light
-Ultraviolet radiation
-X-ray

Classwork: Spectroscopy Video Clips w/WS

Homework: No Homework


Wednesday February 12th

Objective: Students will listen, read, and write, taking skeleton notes (graphic organizer) based on the instructor’s PowerPoint presentation (including video clips, animations, and labeled pictures) on the concepts of the electromagnetic spectrum to be able to construct a written summary in which they use the following terms correctly in context:
-Electromagnetic spectrum/radiation
-Wavelength
-Frequency
-High Energy/Low energy
-Radio wave
-Infrared radiation
-Visible light
-Ultraviolet radiation
-X-ray

2-12-19, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up – Astronomy #1

Classwork: The Electromagnetic Spectrum PPT w/Skeleton Notes

Homework: No Homework


Tuesday February 11th

Objective: Students will complete a sunspot data graphing assignment to be able to interpret the graph and determine the fluctuations of the ten to eleven year sunspot cycle throughout the last century.

2-11-20, Warm-Up
Write a five sentence paragraph. Summarize what you learned from the DVD- Secrets of the Sun. Use as many of the following words and phrases as you can.
-Corona
-Core
-Solar Flares
-Solar Winds
-Coronal Mass Ejections
-Sunspots

Classwork:  The Sun PPT w/Skeleton Notes
Sunspot Graphing

Homework
CAQ’s – 24.3 – Read Pg. 684 – 690 & Answer Questions # 1-8 Pg. 690 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 24.1 – Read Pg. 674 – 677 & Answer Questions # 1-6 Pg. 677 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 24.2 – Read Pg. 678 – 683 & Answer Questions # 1-5 Pg. 683 in Complete Sentences


Monday February 10th

Objective: Students will watch the DVD: Secrets of the Sun to write a summary that analyzes and describes the structure and flow of energy throughout the sun and its effects on Earth.

2-10-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up

Classwork: DVD- Secrets of the Sun- 25 Facts (loose-leaf paper)
CAQ’s – 24.3 – Read Pg. 684 – 690 & Answer Questions # 1-8 Pg. 690 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 24.1 – Read Pg. 674 – 677 & Answer Questions # 1-6 Pg. 677 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 24.2 – Read Pg. 678 – 683 & Answer Questions # 1-5 Pg. 683 in Complete Sentences

Homework: No Homework


Friday February 7th

No School — Snow Day


Thursday February 6th

Objective: Students will watch the DVD: Secrets of the Sun to write a summary that analyzes and describes the structure and flow of energy throughout the sun and its effects on Earth.

2-6-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up — Astronomy Quiz #1

Classwork: DVD- Secrets of the Sun- 25 Facts (loose-leaf paper)

Homework: No Homework


Wednesday February 5th

2-5-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up

Classwork:  Catch-Up Day

Homework: No New Homework


Tuesday February 4th

2-4-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up

Classwork:  Catch-Up Day

Homework: No New Homework


Monday February 3rd

2-3-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up

Classwork:  Catch-Up Day

Homework: No New Homework


Friday January 31st

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak to complete a graph and calculate the rate of change in Earth’s year (in days) over the past 600 million years due to tidal friction.

Objective: Students will graph and analyze data to be able to make slope calculations, determine relationships between the variables, interpolate and extrapolate data from the graph, and make inference based on the data with regard to terraforming Mars.

1-31-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up — Graphing Test

Classwork:  Graphing Test

Homework: No Homework


Thursday January 30th

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak to complete a graph and calculate the rate of change in Earth’s year (in days) over the past 600 million years due to tidal friction.

1-30-20, Warm-Up
Write a five-sentence paragraph. Summarize what you learned about the phases of the moon. Refer to the phases of the moon diagram in your notes for help.
Use as many of the following words and phrases as you can.
-29.5 day lunar cycle
-amount of light
-increases
-decreases
-new moon
-full moon
-crescent
-gibbous
-waning
-waxing

Classwork:  Intro- Tidal Forces and the Earth System PPT w/Video Clips
-Tidal Forces and the Earth System WS- modeling graphing & slope

Homework: No Homework


Wednesday January 29th

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak to analyze monthly tidal data for two locations to be able to plot this data on a graph that shows the correlation to the phases of the moon and construct a written summary that explains the relationship between the phases of the moon and the tides.

1-29-20, Warm-Up
What is terraforming?
Why is Mars the “best” planet for potential terraforming.
Describe the essential components required to terraform mars.

Classwork: “Moon 101” Video Clip
-Phases of the Moon Diagram w/notes in notebook
-Phases of the Moon Simulation

Homework: No Homework


Tuesday January 28th

Objective: Students will graph and analyze data to be able to make slope calculations, determine relationships between the variables, interpolate and extrapolate data from the graph, and make inference based on the data with regard to terraforming Mars.

1-28-20, Warm-Up
Explain at least two things you have learned about the Mars Exploration Program.

Classwork: Terraforming Mars- Graphing
-Intro w/video clips & notes
-Guided Practice
+Mars Exploration Program- Web Activity

Homework: Mars Exploration Program- Web Activity


Monday January 27th

Objective: Students will read about NASA’s Mars Exploration Program on the NASA website to learn about the Mars Exploration Program and develop their own opinion about whether or not it is possible to establish a human colony on Mars and if we should. Students will express their opinion in a written summary.

1-27-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up — Notebook Check Quiz #1

Classwork: Mars Exploration Program — Web Activity

Homework:  Mars Exploration Program- Web Activity


Friday January 24th

Objective: Students will read about NASA’s Mars Exploration Program on the NASA website to learn about the Mars Exploration Program and develop their own opinion about whether or not it is possible to establish a human colony on Mars and if we should. Students will express their opinion in a written summary.

1-24-20, Warm-Up
State the relationship between the distance between the foci and eccentricity.

Classwork: Mars Exploration Program — Web Activity
-Orbits and Effects PPT w/notes

Homework: No Homework


Thursday January 23rd

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak to apply background knowledge on orbits, ellipses and eccentricity to calculate the eccentricity of several ellipses during a lab.
Supports: Lab instructions, peer support, demonstration

1-23-20, Warm-Up
1) Write a five-sentence paragraph.  Describe Kepler’s Three Laws of Planetary Motion.
Underline 5 key terms
2) Draw a series of pictures that illustrate Kepler’s Three Laws of Planetary Motion.

Classwork: Ellipses and Eccentricity Lab
-Orbits and Effects PPT w/notes

Homework: No Homework


Wednesday January 22nd

Objective: Students will listen to and read a video to predict the consequences of recent real-life asteroid impacts and compare their predictions to what happened in Russia 2013 Chelyabinsk meteor event.
Supports: Notes outline, video,

Objective: Students will read, write, listen and speak to define and explain Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion and apply these to examples in our solar system (eccentricity, ellipse, orbital plane, inclination).
Supports: Cornell notes, video, schematic diagrams

1-22-20, Warm-Up
Write a five-sentence paragraph.
Summarize what you have learned about astronomy and asteroids.
Use as many of the following words and phrases as you can.
-Clouds of gas and dust
-Nebula
-The Sun
-The Solar System
-Orbit
-Gravity
-Asteroid
-Orbit
Underline each key term

Classwork: DVD- NOVA- Meteor Strike- 25 Facts (loose-leaf paper-same as Tuesday)

Homework:  Astronomy: Origin of Modern Astronomy
CAQ’s – 22.1 – Read Pg. 614 – 621 & Answer Questions # 1-6 Pg. 621 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 22.2 – Read Pg. 622 – 629 & Answer Questions # 1-7 Pg. 629 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 22.3 – Read Pg. 630 – 634 & Answer Questions # 1-6 Pg. 634 in Complete Sentences


Tuesday January 21st

Objective: Students will listen to and read a video to predict the consequences of recent real-life asteroid impacts and compare their predictions to what happened in Russia 2013 Chelyabinsk meteor event.
Supports: Notes outline, video,

1-21-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up

Classwork: DVD- NOVA- Meteor Strike- 25 Facts (loose-leaf paper)

Homework:  Astronomy: Origin of Modern Astronomy
CAQ’s – 22.1 – Read Pg. 614 – 621 & Answer Questions # 1-6 Pg. 621 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 22.2 – Read Pg. 622 – 629 & Answer Questions # 1-7 Pg. 629 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 22.3 – Read Pg. 630 – 634 & Answer Questions # 1-6 Pg. 634 in Complete Sentences


Friday January 17th

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak to calculate and determine scale model distances between and diameters of planets in our solar system.
Supports: demonstration, conversion worksheet, calculator

1-17-19, Warm-Up
How do the sizes of the inner planets compare the sizes of the outer planets?
How do the distances between the inner planets compare the distances between the outer planets?

Classwork:  Dimensions of the Solar System- Activity- Part 2- Lab time
Astronomy: Origin of Modern Astronomy
CAQ’s – 22.1 – Read Pg. 614 – 621 & Answer Questions # 1-6 Pg. 621 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 22.2 – Read Pg. 622 – 629 & Answer Questions # 1-7 Pg. 629 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 22.3 – Read Pg. 630 – 634 & Answer Questions # 1-6 Pg. 634 in Complete Sentences

Homework: No Homework


Thursday January 16th

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak to calculate and determine scale model distances between and diameters of planets in our solar system.
Supports: demonstration, conversion worksheet, calculator

1-16-19, Warm-Up
Using the data table in your notebook, rank the planets by distance from the sun and diameter.  Make a data table like the one below.

Diameter
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Classwork:  Dimensions of the Solar System- Activity- Part 2
– Lab time

Homework: No Homework


Wednesday January 15th

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak to calculate and determine scale model distances between and diameters of planets in our solar system.
Supports: demonstration, conversion worksheet, calculator

1-15-19, Warm-Up
Write a five-sentence paragraph. Summarize what you have learned about Astronomy so far.  Use as many of the following words and phrases as you can and underline them. Refer to your Timeline of the Universe skeleton notes.

-The big bang
-Clouds of gas & dust
-Nebula
-Solar system formation
-colliding & clumping
-Protoplanetary  disc
-Protoplanets
-Stars
-Nuclear Fusion
-Gravity
-Balance
-Element formation
-Supernova
-Terrestrial planets
-Gas giants
-Mercury
-Venus
-Earth
-Mars
-Jupiter
-Saturn
-Uranus
-Neptune

Classwork:  Dimensions of the Solar System- Activity- Part 2
-Intro, modeling, and lab time

Homework: No Homework


Tuesday January 14th

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak to calculate and determine scale model distances between and diameters of planets in our solar system.
Supports: demonstration, conversion worksheet, calculator

1-14-20, Warm-Up
Tape-In Data Table

Classwork:  Dimensions of the Solar System- Activity- Part 1-Data Table Calculations
-DVD-Known Universe: Biggest to Smallest 10 Facts (notebook)

Homework: No Homework


Monday January 13th

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak learning about the chemical and physical processes that occurred during the formation of the universe leading to our solar system to describe and analyze these processes in a written summary.
Supports: graphic organizer, timeline, video clips

1-13-20, Warm-Up
No Warm-Up

Classwork: Quiz-Beyond The Big Bang
Timeline of the Universe PPT w/Skeleton Notes + Video Clips & Animations

Homework: No Homework


Friday January 10th

Sub-Day

ClassworkAstronomy: Touring Our Solar System
CAQ’s – 23.1 – Read Pg. 644 – 648 & Answer Questions # 1-7 Pg. 648 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 23.2 – Read Pg. 649 – 653 & Answer Questions # 1-7 Pg. 653 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 23.3 – Read Pg. 654 – 659 & Answer Questions # 1-8 Pg. 659 in Complete Sentences
CAQ’s – 23.4 – Read Pg. 660 – 664 & Answer Questions # 1-6 Pg. 664 in Complete Sentences

Homework: CAQ’s-23.1 + 23.2 + 23.3 + 23.4


Thursday January 9th

Objective: Students will watch The Universe: Beyond The Big Bang, writing notes in their notebooks, to be able to explain in a written summary the work, the research, and discoveries of the scientists and physicists that studied the cosmos throughout history.

Objective: Students will read, write, listen, and speak learning about the chemical and physical processes that occurred during the formation of the universe leading to our solar system to describe and analyze these processes in a written summary.
Supports: graphic organizer, timeline, video clips

1-9-20, Warm-Up
Complete the following statements in complete sentences.

  • Einstein
  • Galileo
  • Newton
  • Kepler

1.Determined that gravity was the attractive force that governed the movement & wrote the laws of motion
2.Determined that the planets travel in ellipses around the sun.
3.Observed the properties of falling bodies: falling objects, regardless of their mass, accelerate at the same rate.
4.Proposed the theories of Special and General Relativity.

Classwork: The Universe: Beyond The Big Bang (DVD) w/Guided Cornell Notes
Timeline of the Universe PPT w/Skeleton Notes + Video Clips & Animations

Homework: No Homework


Wednesday January 8th

Objective: Students will watch The Universe: Beyond The Big Bang, writing notes in their notebooks, to be able to explain in a written summary the work, the research, and discoveries of the scientists and physicists that studied the cosmos throughout history.

1-8-20, Warm-Up
Complete the following statements in complete sentences.

  • Ptolemy
  • Ancient man & Ancient Greeks
  • Kepler
  • Copernicus

1. Imagined the Earth at the center of the universe.
2. Supported the idea of a heliocentric universe.
3. Used simple instruments and observation to determine the seasons and make calendars.
4. Reliably predicted the behavior of the planets.  However, the Earth was considered to be the center of this model of the universe.
5. Wrote “In no other way do we find such a harmonious connection between size and period”.

Classwork: The Universe: Beyond The Big Bang (DVD) w/Guided Cornell Notes

Homework: No Homework


Tuesday January 7th

Objective: Students will watch The Universe: Beyond The Big Bang, writing notes in their notebooks, to be able to explain in a written summary the work, the research, and discoveries of the scientists and physicists that studied the cosmos throughout history.

1-7-20, Warm-Up
Write a five-sentence paragraph. Describe one of your favorite hobbies, sports, or activities. What is it? Why do you like it? How long have you been doing it? Who got you involved? What are your goals for this hobby, sport, or activity?

Classwork: The Universe: Beyond The Big Bang (DVD) w/Guided Cornell Notes

Homework: No Homework