G7 Week 03 – S2

Last week in science!

Lesson 1 – Monday, February 8th

Today in science: After recording the Mars surface temperature data in their (digital or actual) Lab Notebooks, in-class students were asked to reassemble into their teams and continue working on the LEGO Space ChallengesRemote students, who were supposed to submit their final “How are impact craters formed?” educational video to the Google Science Classroom before the start of today’s lesson, were given a new project.

Homework: For in-person students, there is no science homework during the LEGO Space Challenges. Any remote students who have yet to complete and submit their “How are impact craters formed?” educational video should complete that project as soon as humanly possible.

Lesson 2 & 3 – Tues-Thurs, February 9-11th

Today in science: After recording the Mars surface temperature data in their (digital or actual) Lab Notebooks, in-class students were asked to reassemble into their teams and continue working on the LEGO Space ChallengesRemote students began to brainstorm about a new Space Science-related project of their choice.

Homework: There is no science homework tonight.

Lesson 4 – Friday, February 12th (Dr. M absent)

Today in science: After recording the Mars surface temperature data in their (digital or actual) Lab Notebooks, in-class students were asked to reassemble into their teams and continue working on the LEGO Space Challenges.

THIS IS THE FINAL DAY OF THE LEGO SPACE CHALLENGES.
After today, if students still have remaining challenges for which they would like to earn credit, they will have to make use of the Wednesday Science Help Center (or other lunch recess period arranged with the teacher ahead of time) to do so. Remote learning students continued working independently on their Space Science projects from home.

Homework: There is no science homework this weekend.