warm-up: —
Give 4 words that describes how metamorphic rock is formed:
Give 3 words that describe how sedimentary rock is formed:
Give 2 words that describe how igneous rock is formed
Classwork:
finish presentation
pre-test: hydrology
notes-water percentage
Handout: Water
 
 
presentation day
 
 
Warm-up: 
1.What happens when an organism dies and is covered up by sediments?
2.What happens when two continental plates diverge?
3._______occurs when rock breaks down into smaller sediments
Classwork:
Article
Article Discussion
project discussion
Homework: PROJECT DUE TOMORROW!
 
 
Warm-up: none/ test day

Classwork: Test
work on project

Homework: work on project (due 10/30)
 
 
Warm-up: 
1.Landforms created by oceanic-continental converging boundary include:
2.The ______________  inside the earth is responsible for movement of tectonic plates.
 3.Diverging boundaries create: ___________along the mid ocean ridge and ___________on land.
Classwork:
finish sediment tube lab (will collect tomorrow)
revise lab
Jeopardy game
Homework:
study for test; revise labs (both due tomorrow-sediments & weathering lab)
 
 
Warm-up: read today's lab
Classwork:
notes on mechanical weathering & chemical weathering
physical & chemical weathering lab (shake, shake, shake! =))

continue with sediment tube lab

Homework: study for test
 
 
Warm-up: read over the study guide; add 5 things on the back of the study guide

Classwork: outside classroom.

Foliated & non foliated rock observation
Notes on soil
Make sediment tubes

Homework: work on project; study for test (Friday)
 
 
Warm-up: no warm-up

Classwork: lecture notes on fossils (see attached)

Homework: study for test; work on project
fossils.ppt
File Size: 2392 kb
File Type: ppt
Download File

 
 
Warm-up: 
Write to your teacher
Summarize what you’ve learned this week. What was most interesting to you and why? What questions do you still have for me (regarding our topic)? How could I have helped you learn this topic better? Anything you’d like to share with me about what’s going on in your life?


Classwork:
take quiz
work on project

Homework:
study for test; work on project
 
 
Warm-up: no warm-up
Classwork:

1st period-writing assessment
5th & 6th period: introduce project; work on project

Homework:
test on 10/26 (Friday); project due 10/30 (Tuesday)