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7th Grade Earth Science

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Links of the Week  Proof of Round Earth Quizstar Online Quiz
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Week 26

Date

Objective/ Procedure

Handouts/ Labs

Homework

3/2

SNOW DAY!!!!

3/3

Local Noon-3TSWBAT

1. Use astronomical data to determine local noon, the time at which the sun is at the highest point overhead

2. Explain how to figure out Local Noon with different sunrise and sunset data

3. Keep track of the Moon phases in a Moon Log

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.9

45. Time Zone Homework/ Time Zones-2

45. Time Zone Homework/ Time Zones-2

 

3/4

Time Zones TSWBAT

1. Explain how to figure out Local Noon with different sunrise and sunset data

2. Group and Class discussion of Thinking in Time questions and Day/ Night Think Questions

3. Understand why we have time zones and how to figure out the time in the four continental time zones and the twenty four world time zones

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.9

Notebooks Due

46. Day/Night Crossword/Moon Crossword

Science Current Event due Friday 

46. Day/Night Crossword

3/5

Thinking In Time TSWBAT

1.Review Time Zones Homework & Local Noon Problems

2. Keep track of the Moon phases in a Moon Log

2. Use the flagpole as gnome to measure the length of the shadow and see how it changes as we get closer to the summer solstice: Shadow Length Activity

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.9

 

Test Friday:

Maps, frame of reference, point of view, elevation, altitude, location, resolution, Evidence for a round Earth: Shadows, Horizon & Sailing ships, Revolution, Rotation,  Day & Night, seasons, Local Noon, Time Zones- Binder p. 39-46

3/6

Planetary Science Exam 1 TSWBAT

1. Demonstrate their knowledge Maps, frame of reference, point of view, elevation, altitude, location, resolution

2. Demonstrate their knowledge about evidence for a round Earth: Shadows, Horizon & Sailing ships, Revolution, Rotation,  Day & Night, seasons, Local Noon, Time Zones using Quizstar Online Quiz

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.9

Science Current Event due

 

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                               Last Updated: Tuesday March 03, 2009 11:52 PM -0500