G6 Week 13

Last week in science!

Monday, November 26th

Today in science: The main themes for today’s lesson were “cell structures” and “cell functions.” Students were given time during class to begin defining the labelled cell structures found inside of the six different cells in their Google Document. To help students organize their work, Dr. M inserted definition tables (row and columns) from his document into students’ documents containing each of the cell structures to be defined. For the definitions of these cell structures, students should use only the SCIENCEsEDiment Glossary section.

Homework: Before tomorrow’s class, students should complete the definition tables (row and columns) for the BANANA, CHEEK, and ELODEA cells. Even though Dr. M inserted the definition tables for all six images into students’ documents during today’s science class, only the first three tables must be filled in by the start of Tuesday’s lesson.

Tuesday, November 27th

Today in science: The main themes for today’s lesson were “cell structures” and “cell functions.” Students were given class time to continue defining the labelled cell structures found inside of the six different cells in their Google Document. To help students organize their work, Dr. M inserted definition tables (row and columns) from his document into students’ documents containing each of the cell structures to be defined. For the definitions of these cell structures, students should use only the SCIENCEsEDiment Glossary section.

Homework: Before tomorrow’s class, students should complete the definition tables (row and columns) for the PARAMECIUM, AMOEBA, and EUGLENA cells.

Wednesday, November 28th

Today in science: The main theme for today’s lesson was “pattern finding.” After making final edits to their cell diagrams and cell structure tables, in which every diagram and its corresponding table was formatted to fit on a single page, Dr. M showed students how to add a new table (7 columns X 17 rows) to the last page, page 7 of their Google Document. Students can see Dr. M’s example table on his sample document. Many students finished creating and formatting the table during class. Those who did then began putting “X”s in the boxes to show that a certain cell structure was (or was not) seen within one of the six cell diagrams.

Homework: There is no homework for those students who finished the 7 x 17 table described above during today’s lesson.

Thursday, November 29th

Today in science: 

Homework: 

Friday, November 30th

Today in science: Unfortunately, A period science class does not meet on Fridays.

Homework: —

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