G7 Week 06

Friday, October 13th

Today in science: A and F period students (and their parents) put their printed lab reports and supplementary documents (bar chart, line graph, and testing matrix) into a protective folder provided by Dr. Merritt. A and G period students also added their recently graded quizzes to their Classroom Science Binders. G period students began assembling their reports by adding their supplementary documents to their folders. They also shared their lab notebooks and Classrooms Science Binders with their parents. All parents attending the lesson were also briefly introduced to the www.SCIENCEsEDiment.com website.

Homework: There is no science homework this weekend.

Thursday, October 12th

Today in science: Students continued using the class Chromebooks to edit and format their Writing Instrument Investigation document according to the formatting requirements demonstrated by Dr. Merritt. Among other formatting skills, students practiced centering, indenting, italicizing, page numbering, and increasing font size. Both A and F period made it all the way through the “Results” section, meaning that only the conclusion section remains. G period students are still working on the “Results” section.

Homework: A and F period students (but NOT G period!) need to print one copy of their Writing Instrument Investigation report and bring this copy to Friday’s science class. This is the Google Document that you’ve been working on in class. Dr. Merritt would prefer that you print the document in black and white on A4-sized paper. He would also prefer that you print it in a single sided (not double-sided) format. You do NOT need to print the “Conclusions” page, which is the last page in your document that is currently colored with blue text.

Wednesday, October 11th

A & F period: Students used the class Chromebooks to edit and format their Writing Instrument Investigation document according to the formatting requirements demonstrated by Dr. Merritt. Among other formatting skills, students practiced centering, indenting, italicizing, page numbering, and increasing font size.

G period: Dr. Merritt asked students to transfer the data tables from their recent investigation to the back of their lab/field notebooks, where they will become the first of a number of useful reference documents for use in future investigations. As a title, Dr. Merritt asked students to title their data tables as follows:

A table showing the legibility scores (including averages) of ___ writing instruments subjected to ___ testing liquids (Sept 2017)

He also had students transfer their testing matrix, bar graph, and line graph into their classroom science binders for safe keeping.

Homework: There is no science homework tonight.

Tuesday, October 10th

Today in science: Dr. Merritt asked students to transfer the data tables from their recent investigation to the back of their lab/field notebooks, where they will become the first of a number of useful reference documents for use in future investigations. As a title, Dr. Merritt asked students to title their data tables as follows:

A table showing the legibility scores (including averages) of ___ writing instruments subjected to ___ testing liquids (Sept 2017)

He also had students transfer their testing matrix, bar graph, and line graph into their classroom science binders for safe keeping.

F period: Students used the class Chromebooks to edit and format their Writing Instrument Investigation document according to the formatting requirements demonstrated by Dr. Merritt. Among other formatting skills, students practiced centering, indenting, italicizing, page numbering, and increasing font size.

G period: This class does not meet on Tuesdays.

Homework: There is no science homework tonight.

Monday, October 9th – No School

Today in science: There were no science classes today due to the 3-day weekend.

Homework: —

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