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1) Cornell Notes Topic 7: Weather due Thursday
2) Weather Test Thursday

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1) Complete Study Guide Questions 1-10
2) Study for Weather Test Thursday
3) Complete Cornell Notes due Thursday

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Global Winds Reading, Videos, and Questions on one Google Doc using the link on Google Classroom- submit your group's doc to here before class tomorrow.

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Copy Severe Weather Slides into notebook

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Castle Learning on Dewpoint and Humidity due Sunday 11:59 pm

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1) Air Pressure Worksheets
2) Station Model Worksheets
 

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Finish first two maps in Weather Isolines HW packet given out today in class. You must complete all questions and draw all isolines on the maps as the directions state.

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1) Read Station Models packet and answer all questions EXCEPT for the last page
2) Complete Topic 6 Cornell Notes
3) Remember - all failing labs must be made up by Thursday 1/18 to receive a passing grade for Quarter 2. I will be available for lab makeups after school on Tuesday and Thursday from 3-5, and for extra midterm review if you would like to drop by.
Hope to see you there!

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1) Insolation Quiz tomorrow
2) Cornell Notes for Topic 6 due Tuesday 1/16

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1) Complete table and graph on Energy Budget Lab
2) Topic 6 Cornell Notes due Tuesday 1/16

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1) Study for Topic 5 Quiz tomorrow
2) Finish any unfinished Castle Learning assignment from today by midnight tonight
3) Topic 5 pages 95 - 98, #1 - 16 ONLY Answer Form Google Doc - you MUST submit your work on Google Classroom by class time tomorrow to receive credit or you will receive detention. Printed copies will NOT be accepted.

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1) Complete Phet States of Matter Simulation
2) Finish Cornell Notes for Topic 5
There will be a Topic 5 Quiz on Wednesday 1/3 based on our last week of work and your break assignment.
** You also should have completed the Energy Notes packet in class on Thursday. If you did not finish it see the slides in the About section
 

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Continue working on Cornell Notes - due 1/2

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1) Study for tomorrow's Astronomy test using the study guide on Google Classroom and resources in the Unit 3 - Astronomy folder in the About Section.
2) Topic 5 Cornell Notes DUE Tuesday 1/2/2018. Topic 5 will NOT be on tomorrow's exam. See Google Classroom for more details.

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No written HW tonight - study for Wednesday's Astronomy Test on Topics 3 and 4 by using the study guide posted last week.

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1) Finish assignments we workshopped today in class. They will be collected tomorrow.
2) Astronomy Pop Quiz tomorrow - approximately 15 questions on astronomy. Review your "Solar System Data" packet and study guide you received in class today. If you did not take one in class today, it is posted on Google Classroom.

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1) Finish reading, underlining, and answering questions from Astronomy Review Packet due tomorrow
2) Doppler Activity and HR Diagram Lab due Friday
 

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Watch the following Crash Course video on Big Bang and complete/submit the worksheet on Kami before class on Monday- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9B7Ix2VQEGo

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Eccentricity Castle Learning
 
 

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Complete Discussion Questions 1-10 on Planet Lab

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Complete Table 1 in Planets Lab - remember that you need to set up proportions to convert actual distance into distance in mm and then use KHDUDCM to convert mm into cm for the last column. Remember to use WUT? as you complete the calculations.

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Study for Earth-Moon-Sun test tomorrow using note sin the about section, Topic 4 and study guide posted below.

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Study for tomorrow's quiz on Astronomy (time zones, rotation, revolution). All slides are on Google Classroom in the About Section.

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Finish Time Wheel Assignment tonight

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1) Contour Island Project due on Tuesday 10/31
2) Study for Topic 2 Test on Thursday 11/2

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No written homework tonight. Begin studying if you have not yet done so for the Topic 2 Test on 10/30 or 10/31. THURSDAY 11/2

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Complete Contour Island Draft due Wednesday

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Finish Mapping a Mountain Lab

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1) Gradient Practice Packet Questions 1-10
2) Study for Quiz Thursday (See Google Classroom)
 

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1) Complete contour profile for line AB and line CD using the Contour Profile packet from today.
2) Study for a quiz on fields, isolines, topographic maps and gradients that will be given tentatively Thursday.
 
Key Topics and Skills that will be assessed include:
p 26-31 in the textbook (from Topic 2)
Topographic Map Slides (posted on Google Classroom in the About Section)
topographic maps
isolines
drawing isolines when given a field (map with numbers on it)
describing landforms based on topographic maps
drawing contour profiles
calculating gradient
**Remember that ESRT Questions may come up on quizzes and tests throughout the year**

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1) Complete Isoline Practice Packet that we started in class
2) Begin to review notes for Topic 2 Test tentatively scheduled for Friday 10/20 or Tuesday 10/24

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Complete Isoline Practice Sheet from class today and check out the slides posted and the videos on Google Classroom if you need help. The second video is 18 minutes long, but don't let that intimidate you! You only need to watch the first 2 minutes to understand how to calculate gradient.

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Topographic Map Webquest - complete and submit via Kami
 
 

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Read Topic 2 pages 18-25 and complete all questions within those pages ON GOOGLE FORMS using the link below. You do NOT need to complete the questions on loose leaf this time, just complete the Google Form.

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REMINDER: Quiz on Earth Measurements on Tuesday.
You will be quizzed on the same material as last week. Study using your:

-Topic 2 textbook pages 18-25 from this weekend's HW. This will help you greatly on the quiz.
-Earth Measurements Slides (in the About Section) - remember these slides did not only cover longitude and latitude! You should know the basics of earth's shape and spheres, as well as the ways that we measure earth (Eratosthenes method, satellites, early evidence of earth's roundness including ships disappearing hull first over the horizon, etc.)
-Longitude/Latitude packet that was returned last week
-Study Guide from last week
-ESRT

Like last week's quiz, you must bring your ESRT with you on Tuesday. Reading and interpreting the ESRT is an important skill that you will need for the Regents, so we will be practicing it little by little on most of our tests and quizzes throughout the year.
 
Good luck and enjoy the day off!
 

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Bring in ESRT HW tomorrow

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1) Study for tomorrow's quiz on latitude, longitude and our Unit 2 notes using the study guide posted below AND your class notes.
2) ESRT Latitude and Latitude classwork due tomorrow.

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Mapping Hurricanes Lab - due Wednesday

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1) Hurricane Mapping Lab due tomorrow
2) Longitude and Latitude ESRT classwork assignment that we began today due on THURSDAY

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Latitude Longitude Packet

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Finish Big Mac Worksheet if not completed yesterday
Finish Erasthenes Earth Circumference Lab if not finished in class today

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Complete Big Mac worksheet

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Study for tomorrow's test - use the study guide on Stream and materials in the About Section of Google Classroom

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Review today's notes and complete the Rate of Change Worksheet

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Double Stuf Oreo Lab - Complete everything (graphs, tables, analysis questions, everything) EXCEPT question 8 on the back of the last page, as we did not yet measure Mega Stuf Oreos

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No homework tonight. Great job to all students on today's quiz - I am proud at how you all showed work. You are learning the rules of WUT! Tomorrow we will continue practicing calculations with the Double Stuf Oreo Lab.
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Study for quiz tomorrow using information and links in the "About" section of our Google Classroom site.

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Complete questions 10-18 on page 7 ON LOOSELEAF. Questions should be restated and written out in full sentences to receive full credit.

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1) Read and outline p 5-6 in the textbook (aka review workbook)
2) Study for quiz on Wednesday on scientific method, scientific inquiry, density, metric conversions, and standard to metric conversions.

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Density worksheet up to and including #6 (complete all of the first side of the page) due Monday. You do NOT need to complete the PhET Density exploration sheet for homework, but bring it to class on Monday.

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Complete Metric Conversions Packet

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See Google Classroom for your converting units worksheet homework. Complete this worksheet over Kami and submit by the beginning of class tomorrow. YOU MUST HANDWRITE THIS ASSIGNMENT, do not type answers. Best of luck!

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ESRT Scavenger Hunt - DUE AT 11am over Google Classroom. See Google Classroom page for details.
Rejected Theories Report - DUE at the start of class over Google Classroom. See Google Classroom for more details.

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 Sign syllabus and return by Monday.

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Due Monday: Sign and return Lab Safety Contract.

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Due Friday: Create a mini-poster comic on computer paper illustrating one of the lab safety rules on the Flynn Scientific Sheet (https://www.flinnsci.com/globalassets/flinn-scientific/all-free-pdfs/dc10494.pdf?v=cfbaad455bac41e69e6622e0aa0abd26)
 
2 points (full credit) - comic is drawn neatly and colored. The rule is clearly written on the paper and work is exemplary.
 
1 point - comic is acceptable, but more work could have gone into it. Comic may be lacking in neatness and/or clarity.
 
0 - comic is unacceptable and must be redone. Detention will be given.

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Finish All About Me Google Form on Google Classroom