Convince audience that the chosen city is the safest place to live in the United States.
Real Estate Agent
Citizens looking to relocate their families in a city free from the dangers of natural disasters.
An advertisement for the safest city in the United States
Television commercial, travel brochure, or multimedia presentation illustrating the absence of natural disasters in the chosen city with a convincing rational for why hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and tsunamis are unlikely to occur in the given city.
Information will include scientific knowledge regarding the formation of such disasters as well as an outline map of the United States illustrating where these disasters have historically occurred in the United States.
Study for assessment over our impact on land, water, and air.
Finish science fair projects
Science Fair project due
October 30-November 3
Begin studying human impact power point for assessment November 9.
Science Fair data is due October 30.
Science Fair project is due November 8.
Work on science fair project. Final project is due November 8.
Finish collecting data and bring to class Monday, Oct. 30. We will be analyzing our data, creating graphs, writing conclusions in class.
Work on rock project begun last week: due Friday, October 6.
Students will produce and present a visual project to the class which depicts an example of an igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rock. The visual will include the name of the rock, how it was formed, its mineral composition, and ways in which it is used. (power point, prezi, poster)
Tuesday, September 5: At home, go outside and collect as many different rocks as possible.
(large rock, small rock, pretty rock, unusual rock, rock with two or more colors) Place them in Ziploc bag.
Thursday, September 7: Finish igneous rocks comprehension graphic organizer.
Friday, September 8: Quiz over igneous rocks
Wednesday, August 30: comprehension quiz over moon phases