Reflection- Write to your peer (What did you learn this week? What did you find most challenging and why? Which activity/lesson did you like the most, and why? How would you teach this lesson to your peer? (think about their strengths and weaknesses!)

Ocean Floor Notes
Ocean Floor Accordion Book

Homework: none =)
1.The driving force (energy) behind water cycle is __________________.
 2.Transpiration is __________________.
3.________of the Earth’s water is salt water. ____ of the earth’s water is fresh water.


Review water cycle, water composition, human usage (using dry-erase "boards")
Prequiz to ocean floor
Ocean floor "peer-teaching"

Warm-up: come up with a 2 minute presentation with your group. Discuss theme, favorite part, contribution, and challenges (and how you overcame those challenges)

Presentation (each group takes 2 minutes to present)
"Water Cycle In a Bottle" lab

Homework: finish lab write up
Warm-up: 1.Streams carry _______________
2.________is a spring whose water flows out of the ground through a cap rock.
3.Ground surface where water enters an aquifer is called ___________.
Word bank (recharge zone, artesian spring, load)

Self-Assessment (poster)
Finish making the poster-presentation (1-2 mins) tmrw

Self-Assessment & Poster
Warm-up: there is no warm-up. Please READ THE BOARD for what you are supposed to do.

Classwork: textbook work. You may answer on the sheet provided. You only have the class time to do it, so please make your time useful.

One person from each group get up and get the books please.

Turn in work in your homework cubby at the end of the period (this is your classwork grade for the day).

Homework: you may take the poster home to work on it over the weekend. You have about 10-15 minutes on M

1.Define runoff:
2.Explain the full water cycle (you may draw & label/EXPLAIN, or write in sentence form):

Songs & project [^_^]

Homework: study for quiz (water cycle; water composition;
 1. _____% of the  earth is covered in water and land covers ____% of the earth.
2. _____% of the water is salt water, and ____% is fresh water.
3.. Most of the fresh water is deposited in the form of:________.

notes on watershed & human usage of water (see attached)
group project

Homework: none/get warm-up signed if you did not get it signed
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