Student will create a project that targets one (1) of the Six Americas described by the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication to demonstrate mastery of the biogeochemical cycles and their role/impact on climate change and global warming.
Student guided notes handout. Investigates the positive and negative effects of humans on each of the four main spheres (atmosphere, geosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere), includes discussion questions.
Multi-step full practice.
1. Identify ionic and covalent bonds.
2. Depending on identification, either draw ions or neutral LDS.
3. create lewis dot structures or electron dot diagrams for given compounds.
4. Identify molecular geometry or
Review game (jeopardy) showcasing the following biogeochemical cycles: rock cycle, hydrologic cycle, carbon and nitrogen cycles. Includes biotic and abiotic concepts.
PowerPoint presentation with embedded hyperlinks for easy navigation between
Project on renewable energy sources. It takes on 4 different perspectives when comparing different types of energy sources. The project seeks to expose students to the different aspects that need to be considered when trying to implement new energy
BUNDLE includes: 1. Powerpoint presentation with teacher/student instructions for rock cycle lab (magma, igneous rock, sedimentary rock and metamorphic rock)2. Student handout for data collection and discussion questions (correlates to powerpoint
Week long project that requires students to collect their waste (non-perishable), sort out the waste at the end into the different types of waste, collect data and develop ideas on how to create less waste. Materials needed are: 1 large trash bag
Student rotation with a total of 4 stations. Students rotate between stations every 10 minutes. Station 1 - Exothermic vs. Endothermic Definitions and VisualStation 2 - Phase Changes Definitions and Card SortStation 3 - Phase Changes Particle
Exam Review covering the following:(28 questions)States of MatterTemperature/PressureKMTGas Laws ScenariosGas Laws CalculationsFormatted to save paper, total of four pages (two on each side) for a total of one page print out on both sides.