Warm Up #1 - Volcano Acrostic Posted to Volcano Wiki
Good morning. Today I would like you to create an acrostic word document for the term "Volcano". When you are finished, please upload your Volcano Acrostic to our Volcano Wiki. Please focus on R2B2 to create a quiet environment in which we can focus on learning. -CLICK HERE TO START LESSON 1 SLIDE SHOW
Warm Up #2
Good morning. Today you will warm up by explaining the relationship between volcanos and plate boundaries. Be responsible for learning, and respect our quiet learning environment.
Good morning. Are you ready to get this learning party started? Get ready to warm up your brain. Please take out your homework from last night. Thank you for being responsible for learning by coming to class prepared with your homework complete. If you did not bring your completed homework please think about this: Would you rather come in during morning homework club to complete your Science Homework, or stay after school for afternoon homework club? Which works best for you? -Click here to go to the Lesson 4 Slide Show
Warm Up #5
Good morning. Are you ready to warm up your brain? -Write a story on a Microsoft Word Document: Imagine what it would be like if a nearby volcano began to erupt. Write the story of your escape from the eruption. -Upload your story to the “Volcano Escape Story” folder on our Volcano wiki . -Respect yourself and others by working quietly. -Click here to go to the Lesson 5 Slide Show
Good morning. Today we will explore the concept of change over time. Please warm up by telling a volcano story. In your story please include a paragraph that describes what happens underground to cause an eruption. When you finish your story please go to the PAML6 Homepage to complete Volcano Survey #4. When you have completed the survey, design a robot to study a volcano in our solar system. Upload your plans and blueprints to our Volcano Wiki. In the second half of class you should work on your Final Project. Final projects must be uploaded to our Volcano Wiki by sunset tomorrow. -Click here to go to the Lesson 9 Slide Show