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- NGSS 6-8 Science I Cans Digital Option Added, NGSS Science Self Assessment of Mastery BUNDLE, Life Science I Cans, Earth ScienceI Cans, Physical Science I Cans Attached are100s of pages of student self-assessment of mastery in "I Can" format, with a small visual thumbnail to trigger memory. This set$37.00$63.25Save $26.25
Earth Science I Cans Student Self-Asessment of Mastery BUNDLE WITH GOOGLE CLASSROOM LINK FOR DIGITAL DISTANCE LEARNING
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Attached are pages of student self-assessment of mastery in "I Can" format aligned to NGSS content, with a small visual thumbnail to trigger memory. This bundle will take you through an entire year of Earth Science. These student self assessment of mastery sheet are great for setting the outline for your unit, while showing students what they are expected to learn throughout the unit. Students monitor when the material was taught and monitor their own personal mastery of each content topic. There is also a scavenger hunt activity for each unit to go with these I Cans that would be great for test prep or end of the unit review. Bonus classroom decor earth science posters are included.
Also part of NGSS 6-8 SCIENCE MEGA BUNDLE
• Scientific Inquiry I Cans and Posters
• Atoms and Ions I Cans and Posters
• Minerals, Rocks, and Soil I Cans and Posters
• Fossils and Geological History of Earth I Cans and Posters
• Layers and Plate Tectonics I Cans and Posters
• Earth's Forces I Cans and Posters
• Landforms and Topography I Cans and Posters
• Atmosphere, Air, Water, Weather, and Climate I Cans and Posters
• Astronomy I Cans and Posters
• Pollution I Cans and Posters
-Hypothesis-Data Collection-Conclusion-Evidence-Variable -Constant-Safety Rules-Scientific Theory-Scientific Law-Triple Bean Balance-Meter Stick-Graduated Cylinder-Beaker-Microscope-Thermometer-Gloves-Goggles-Metric System-Elements of Life-Living Things-Non-Living Things
-Atoms-Nucleus-Protons-Neutrons-Electrons-Atomic Number-Atomic Mas-Ions-Positive Ions-Negative Ions-Molecules-Isotopes-Nuclear Decay-Bohr Model-Electron Cloud-Periodic Table-Table Properties-Valence Electrons-Chemical Equations-Reactants-Products-Law of Conservation of Mass-Rate of Chemical Reactions
-Minerals-Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic Rocks-Rock Cycle-Weathering-Sand, Silt, & Clay-Mechanical Weathering-Chemical Weathering-Oxidation-Soil-Organic-Inorganic-Parent Material-Soil Horizons-Constructive Forces-Deconstructive Forces-Erosion-Deposition
-Fossils-Carbon Film-Mineral Replacement-Molds-Casts-Trace Fossils-Relative Age Dating-Absolute Age Dating--Law of Superposition-Original Horizontality-Rock Strata-Cross-Cutting Relationships-Fault-Radioactive Decay-Isotopes-Parent isotope-Daughter Isotope-Half-life-Eons-Eras-Periods-Epochs
-Density-Crust-Mantle-Lithosphere-Asthenosphere-Core-Outer Core-Inner Core-Sphere-Atmosphere-Hydrosphere-Geosphere/Lithosphere-Biosphere-Theory of Plate Tectonics-Mid-Ocean Ridges-Pangaea-Continental Drift-Seafloor Spreading-Topographic Maps-Ocean coverage-Plate Boundaries-Divergent Plate Boundary-Transform Plate Boundary-Convergent Plate Boundary-Rift Valleys-Deep-sea trenches-Rift-Trench-Forces that Cause Plate Movement-Mantle convection-Convection currents-Basal Drag-Ridge Push-Slab Pull-Earthquakes-Faults-Volcanoes-Magma-Ring of Fire-Rock Cycle
-Types of Forces-Magnetism-Gravity-Friction-Push-Pull-Newton-More Friction-Less Friction-More Force =-Magnetic Field-North and South Magnetic Attraction-Force-Greater Mass = -Less Mass =-Less Distance = -More Distance =-Net Force-Balanced Forces-Unbalanced Forces-Force-Newton’s 1st Law of Motion-Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion-Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion
-Water-Landforms-Archipelago-Beach-Butte-Canyon-Cape-Cave-Continent-Cliff-Desert-Dune-Forest-Jungle-Hill-Island-Marsh-Isthmus-Mountain-Oasis-Peninsula-Plain-Plateau-Swamp-Prairie-Tundra-Valley-Volcano-Bay-Basin-Channel-Delta-Geyser-Glacier-Gulf-Iceberg-Ocean-Lagoon-Lake-River-Sea-Strait-Waterfall-Topography-Flat Surfaces-Steep landscapes-How mountains are formed-Deconstructive Force-Constructive Force-Chemical Weathering-Mechanical Weathering
-Earth’s Atmosphere-Layers of the Atmosphere-Troposphere-Stratosphere-Mesosphere & Thermosphere-Exosphere-Gravity-Oxygen-Radiation-Visible Light-Near-visible wavelengths-Ultraviolent light-Absorbed or Reflected-Absorption-Reflection-Thermal Energy Transfer-Conduction-Convection-Radiation (Thermal Energy Transfer)-Winds-Global Wind Belts-Air Pollution-Water Pollution-Point Source-Non Point Source-Hydrosphere-Water Cycle-Evaporation-Condensation-Physical States of Matter-Boiling Point-Melting Point-Freezing Point-Weather-Air Temperature-Air Pressure-Humidity -Dew Point-Clouds & Fog-Precipitation-Low-pressure system-High-pressure system-Air masses-Fronts-Cold Front-Warm Front-Severe Weather-Tornadoes-Hurricanes-Used to measure weather variables-Climate-Factors that affect climate-Warmer climates-Tides-High tide-Low tide-Tidal Range-Spring Tides-Neap Tides
-Sun-Earth-3rd Planet from Sun-Rotation-Spheres-MoonMercury-Neptune-Sun-Revolution-Sun’s Gravitational Pull-The Sun-Rotation Axis-Gravitational Pull of Earth-Lunar Cycle-Waxing Phase-Full Moon-Waning Phases-New Moon-Solar Eclipses-Lunar Eclipses-Seasons-Earth’s Tilted Axis-Tilt of Earth-365 days-Season days-Summer Solstice-Winter Solstice-Equinoxes-Spring Equinox-Fall Equinox-Tides-High Tide-Low Tide-Tidal Range-Spring Tide-Neap Tide-Order of Planets-Solar System-Stars-Hertz Sprung-Russell Diagram-Telescopes-Light Reflection-Light Refraction-The Apollo Program-Space Shuttles-International Space Station
-Pollution-Burning Fossil Fuels-Transporting Fossil Fuels-Smog-Acid Rain-Thermal Energy-Air Pollution-Water Pollution-Point Source Pollution-Non-point Source Pollution-Fossil Fuels-Natural Resources-Renewable Resources-Nonrenewable Resources-Inexhaustible Resources-Alternative Energy Sources-Hydroelectricity-Geothermal Heat-Nuclear Power Plants-Solar Energy-Ways to Conserve-Carbon Footprint-Effects of Energy Overuse-Carrying Capacity
Includes a place for students to track the date and assess whether they have mastered the content. There is also a place for students to reflect on their ability to apply historical thinking skills. To take a closer look, just click on the preview button. You can also print these 2 to a page to use as interactive notebook inserts.
Ways to Use I Cans
- Lesson planning: Use this packet to guide your lesson planning and ensure you hit all essential content for each unit.
- Daily check: Bell ringer reviews
- Unit Review: Use to guide the unit or to review the content at the end of the unit.
- Unit Reference Pages: Place in folders or print 2 to a page for interactive notebook inserts.
- End of class check: Check at end of daily lessons to reflect on mastery of content. Also, you can use this as a “ticket out” and check reflections as they leave the room. Have students reflect on their mastery of the content (SELF-ASSESSMENT OF MASTERY).
- Test Prep: Use to guide essential knowledge for unit testing or state testing.
- Scavenger Hunt: Use the information to have students scavenger hunt or find key topics as a unit review.
- Study Guide: Perfect as a study guide, reference sheet and/or review packet.
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Links to MEGA BUNDLES
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US HISTORY PAGE
GENERAL RESOURCE PAGE
ELA & WRITING PAGE
PHYSICAL SCIENCE PAGE
EARTH SCIENCE PAGE
LIFE SCIENCE PAGE
WORLD HISTORY PAGE
LOUISIANA HISTORY PAGE
CLIPART RESOURCE PAGE
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