This week in math we will be learning about angle relationships - vertical, adjacent, complementary and supplementary. Students will be able to find angle measurements as well as solve for variables by either setting the measurements equal to each other or adding them up to 90 or 180. Quiz on Thursday.
This week in science will begin with lessons on pollution and conservation. Students will learn new vocabulary and explore the relationship between the use of fossil fuels/CFCs and the layers of our atmosphere. On Wednesday we will discuss the "Three R's" of conservation - recycle, reuse, and reduce. Quiz on Thursday, followed by an introduction to the six simple machines on Friday. VSVS returns for all classes next Monday.
Watch the following videos. All were filmed in Japan following earthquakes/tsunamis.
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Take the graded quiz and show me what score you received!
Watch these two videos on plate tectonics/earthquakes/plate boundaries:
This week in math we will be finishing up our statistics unit. After reviewing on Monday and Tuesday, students will take the Quarter 3 benchmark test on Wedneday. Thursday and Friday will be spent on graphing statistics and making conclusions based on the data and graphs. Tutoring from 4:00-4:45 on Wednesday afternoon in my classroom if you want your child to attend!
This week in science, students will be learning about plate tectonics, plate boundaries, earthquakes/mountain building/volcanoes, etc. Heavy note-taking will occur on Monday and Tuesday along with some illustrative videos. We will have a quiz on Wednesday (maybe Thursday) and students will take the Quarter 3 benchmark test on Friday.
Watch both of these videos on continental drift. Copy and paste the links in a new tab if necessary.
Watch the video below on the lithosphere and asthenosphere - it's short, so feel free to watch it more than once if you're struggling to understand the concept.
Copy and paste this link in another tab: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICIHgyNCDHw
On a separate sheet of paper, answer the following questions and turn them in to Mr. Bohle when completed. You may use your notes.
I'm Kyle Bohle and I teach 7th grade science.