Due Friday, Oct 24
* The health issue should be named and defined on the front page
* The audience for this issue should be define on the front page
* Artwork should include photos and at least one original drawing
* Articles should fill the brochure but each article should fit in one panel
* There should be one section for tips regarding the health issue
* The back panel needs to include at least 3 other places to get information regarding the issue (this will double as citing your references)
Planetary Trading Cards (starts on second page)
Planetary Model Size Information
Weight on Other Planets
Astronomical Unit Worksheets
Due on Thursday, Oct. 9
3 vocabulary sheets from "Why Does the Sun Shine"
2 vocabulary sheets from "Why Does the Sun Really Shine"
Cornell Notes from Bill Nye Video
Astronomical Unit worksheet activities 1 and 3
Planet Trading Cards
Solar System Model.
The model will be graded on attempted originality and accuracy while noting that it is not possible to have a truly accurate solar system model inside our classroom.
Here are your choices for word work worksheets. You only need to do four of them, but you must get 80% or higher on all worksheets. If you need to redo anything, I'll let you know. When you've completed each worksheet, please put it in Showbie.
Pronoun Worksheet 1
Pronouns Worksheet 2
Pronouns Worksheet 3
Pronouns Worksheet 4
Pronoun Worksheet 5
Pronoun Worksheet 6
Pronoun Worksheet 7
You may choose any book you wish as long as it is around the 6th grade level in reading.
Think about the narration in the book.
Make a triorama (directions here)
Have one Peep as the main character (Peeps have been provided by me)
Attach one paragraph answering the following question: How does the author of your book develop the point of view of the narrator?
Book Project is due Tuesday, Sept. 30. Please let me know if you have any questions.
1) Title slide (with names of your group)
2) Identify problem (what are you trying to do)
3) Determine criteria and constraints (what are you allowed to use, what challenges do you think will occur)
-- 20 sticks of spaghetti
-- 1 yard of tape
-- 1 yard of string
-- 1 marshmallow
-- 18 minutes
4) What background knowledge did you have before you started?
5) Design solution (picture -- either photo or drawn -- of what you did with labels)
6) Test solution (what happened)
7) Evaluate solution (why did it happen -- what worked and what didn't)
8) Picture of your refined design with labels
9) Identify improvements (even if they didn't work) -- what happened the second time
10) Evaluation second solution (why it happened)
11) Picture of your third design with labels
12) The improvements you made -- what happened the third time
13) Why it happened -- explain the results of your third attempt
14) conclusion slide (what you learned, who won, synopsis of the challenge)
Link to the video and instructions
Example of last year's slide show