Today we got all our stuff back from Unit 4 to be organized and put into your folder. Remember you need to review this material and study tonight for your test tomorrow!
Unit 4 Folder and Test is TOMORROW!!
We were on a delayed opening today, so the schedule was a little wonky! We were able to work on our Unit 4 Study Guide in order to prepare for our Unit 4 Test which is now moved to Thursday.
HW: Finish your Study Guide!
Unit 4 Test and Folder are now on THURSDAY
Today we finished working on our conservation posters! They look SO good and will definitely bring awareness to our school about the Global Water Crisis and what it looks like in different countries around the world.
HW: Case of the Mysterious Renters sheet
Unit 4 Test and Folder is due WEDESDAY!
Today Mrs. DWills was not here, so you had a section in your book that you needed to make sure you completed. p. 178 - 189 should be completed and Mrs. Dwills will be checking it on Monday.
HW: Make sure your 'Water Distribution' section in your book is complete
Unit 4 Test and Folder will be due on WEDNESDAY
Today we started an in-class project by creating conservation posters about the global water crisis. Thank you to those who brought in extra poster board, you guys are great!! You were assigned a country that is being effected by this crisis drastically! Make sure you refer to your rubric about what information needs to be on your poster so you can turn it in on MONDAY.
HW: None, make sure you do not have any missing work!
Unit 4 Test is scheduled for WEDNESDAY along with the folder being due.
Today we completed our "watery pies" in order to gain some perspective on where water is located on the Earth. We completed one to show Earth's total water, and another to show Earth's FRESH water. We also watched more of our Watershed film (this can be found at www.amazon.com/Watershed-Exploring-Water-Ethic-West/dp/B01ESBO49O/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1544030841&sr=8-1&keywords=watershed+water+ethic if you have amazon prime)
HW: Finish your watery pies if you didn't in class
Bring poster board and coloring items for tomorrow!
Relay for Life shirts are now on sale! Place your order here by FRIDAY! The cost is $25 and money is due January 4th to the safe by the main office.
Today we had a representative from Georgia Power come and speak to us about the importance of conserving resources and how Georgia Power uses renewable and nonrenewable resources in order to generate and sell electricity.
HW: Remember you have two edpuzzles due TOMORROW (see previous post)
Please bring poster board and coloring materials on THURSDAY for an in-class project :)
Today we discussed groundwater and the importance of aquifers and where they are located. We also started an AMAZING film called 'Watershed' that can be found on Amazon Prime if you'd like to rewatch it. We will continue this on Wednesday along with another classwork assignment.
HW: You have TWO edpuzzles due on Wednesday. Make sure you complete BOTH!
Today we completed our water crisis debate! You guys did AMAZING in speaking your facts and research in order to argue if this is a natural or an unnatural cause.
HW: If you did not speak 3 times, please fill out your reflection sheet by writing a couple paragraphs about why you think the Global Water Crisis is caused by natural occurrences or unnatural (or both!)
Remember: your grade for your debate is reflective of how many insightful things you said during the debate. If you want extra points, you need to complete your reflection.
Today we finished researching for our global water crisis debate tomorrow. Make sure you have PLENTY of facts for both sides, so that way you will have a reply from a point made on the opposite side of a debate.
HW: Finish your research if you need to!