G7 Week 09 – S2

Last week in science!

(Dr. Merritt is absent this week, as he needs to travel to the U.S.)

Lesson 1 – Monday, March 22nd

Today in science: The following numbered list shows the assignment sequence presented by the Guest Teacher in today’s science class…

1.1 – Introduction to Forces

1. Reading pp. 112-113 (Activate Science 1 – Blue book)
2. Answer In-Text (orange) questions A-C in Lab Notebook
3. Answer Summary questions (p. 113) 1-3 in Lab Notebook
4. Complete Foundation Support Sheet 1.1
5. Complete ONTARGET! Application Exercise 1.1

Links to all assignment materials–including to a digital copy of the Activate Science 1 textbook–have been placed in the “Week 27 (March 22-26)” topic in the Google Science Classroom.

Homework: If they did not do so during today’s science lesson, students should spend 20 uninterrupted minutes at home trying to complete the 1.1 tasks listed above. All 1.1 tasks must be completed by the END of this Friday’s science lesson (March 26).

Lesson 2 – Tues-Wed, March 23rd-24th

Today in science: The following numbered list shows the assignment sequence presented by the Guest Teacher in today’s science class…

1.2 – Squashing & Stretching

1. Reading pp. 114-115 (Activate Science 1 – Blue book)
2. Answer In-Text (orange) questions A-B in Lab Notebook
3. Answer Summary questions (p. 115) 1-3 in Lab Notebook
4. Complete Purple & Blue-Green Activity boxes in Lab Notebook
5. Complete Foundation Support Sheet 1.2
6. Complete ONTARGET! Application Exercise 1.2

Homework: If they did not do so during today’s science lesson, students should spend 20 uninterrupted minutes at home trying to complete the 1.2 tasks listed above. All 1.2 tasks must be completed by the END of this Friday’s science lesson (March 26).

Lesson 3 – Wed-Thurs, March 24th-25th

Today in science: The following numbered list shows the assignment sequence presented by the Guest Teacher in today’s science class…

1.3 – Drag Forces & Friction

1. Reading pp. 116-117 (Activate Science 1 – Blue book)
2. Answer In-Text (orange) questions A-D in Lab Notebook
3. Answer Summary questions (p. 117) 1-4 in Lab Notebook
4. Complete Purple Activity box in Lab Notebook
5. Complete Foundation Support Sheet 1.3
6. Complete ONTARGET! Application Exercise 1.3

Homework: If they did not do so during today’s science lesson, students should spend 20 uninterrupted minutes at home trying to complete the 1.3 tasks listed above. All 1.3 tasks must be completed by the END of this Friday’s science lesson (March 26).

Lesson 4 – Friday, March 26th

Today in science: The following numbered list shows the assignment sequence presented by the Guest Teacher in today’s science class…

1.4 – Forces at a Distance

1. Reading pp. 118-119 (Activate Science 1 – Blue book)
2. Answer In-Text (orange) questions A-C in Lab Notebook
3. Answer Summary questions (p. 119) 1-4 in Lab Notebook
4. Complete Blue-Green Activity box in Lab Notebook
5. Complete Foundation Support Sheet 1.4
6. Complete ONTARGET! Application Exercise 1.4

Homework: Although all 1.1-1.4 tasks were supposed to be completed and turned in by the end of Friday’s science lesson, Dr. Merritt has agreed to give students that need more time to complete their 1.1-1.4 tasks until the start of Monday’s science lesson (March 29).

Lesson 4+ (For really fast-working students!)

Today in science: The following numbered list shows the assignment sequence presented by the Guest Teacher ONLY TO STUDENTS HAVING ALREADY SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED ALL 1.1-1.4 TASKS before the end of Friday’s science lesson…

1.5 – Balanced & Unbalanced Forces

1. Reading pp. 120-121 (Activate Science 1 – Blue book)
2. Answer In-Text (orange) questions A-C in Lab Notebook
3. Answer Summary questions (p. 121) 1-4 in Lab Notebook
4. Complete Purple Activity box in Lab Notebook
5. Complete Foundation Support Sheet 1.5
6. Complete ONTARGET! Application Exercise 1.5

Homework: All 1.5 tasks will be due by the START of next Tuesday’s science lesson (March 29) for C period students OR next Wednesday’s science lesson (March 31) for H period students.