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  1. Class Happenings May 13th – May 17th , 2013

  2. Forensic Science Monday, May 13th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: A completely black horse jumped over a tower and landed on a small man, who then disappeared. In what situation could this be possible?

  3. Forensic Science – Monday • Grade check ins – Hand graded work back • Begin Death powerpoint. • There will be a quiz on Friday – TAKE NOTES!!!

  4. Biology Monday, May 13th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: What was the most interesting thing you learned about the theory of evolution?

  5. Biology – Monday • Computer Lab • Practice MCA Tests • Click on the Minnesota secure browser tab on the computer lab computers • Choose go to online sampler instead • Complete practice High School Science test

  6. STEM Monday, May 13th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: Name as many different types of boats as you can.

  7. STEM – Monday • Grade Check-ins – Hand Graded work back • To the computer lab • Begin work on boats research

  8. Forensic Science Tuesday, May 14th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: What is the closest relation that your father’s sister’s sister-in-law could be to you?

  9. Forensic Science – Tuesday • Bloom’s Word of the Week: Interpret: Explain the meaning of (information, words, or actions) • Secrets of the Body Farm Video Clip • Finish Death Powerpoint – TAKE NOTES!!

  10. Biology Tuesday, May 14th , 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: What are some common physical features of insects?

  11. Biology – Tuesday • Bloom’s Word of the Week: Interpret: Explain the meaning of (information, words, or actions) • Grade check-ins – Hand back graded work • During this time, several of you have Evolution quizzes to either start or finish. • Dissection video clip • Go over dissection tools/procedures/expectations • Begin discussion on honeybee lab

  12. STEM Tuesday, May 14th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: What were some of the advantages and disadvantages that you found in your boat types you chose to research yesterday?

  13. STEM – Tuesday • Bloom’s Word of the Week: Interpret: Explain the meaning of (information, words, or actions) • Continue and finish boat research in the computer lab

  14. Forensic Science Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: Sam Slug and a few of the boys were playing cards when Sam posed a question. “In an ordinary deck of playing cards, two of the Jacks have two eyes and two of the Jacks have one eye. How many eyes are on the four Jack cards?”

  15. Forensic Science – Wednesday • Finish looking at stages of Decomp • Estimating height using long bones • Go over equations together – Page 275 • Estimate own height using long bone length calculations • Estimate a partners height using long bone length calculations • Page 275 – Questions #1 – 7 (For the classroom skeleton, we will use our mini skeleton)

  16. Biology Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: All insects have 3 body regions. Name them.

  17. Biology – Wednesday • Honeybee Dissection

  18. STEM Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: What type of hull are you going to use for your boat? Why?

  19. STEM – Wednesday • Complete sketch of the boat you are going to build. • Sketch must include: • Detailed Drawing • Dimensions • Reasoning behind design • Once you have shown me a completed sketch, I will begin to have discussions with you to complete step #5, and hand out materials

  20. Forensic Science Thursday, May 16th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: What is one thing that all wise men, regardless of their religion or politics, agree is between heaven and earth?

  21. Forensic Science – Thursday • Bones Episode • Follow Forensic Friday write-up guidelines

  22. Biology Thursday, May 16th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: Name some of the features you found in your honeybee yesterday that differ from the features found in/on the human body.

  23. Biology – Thursday • Fish Dissection – Pre-lab questions • In the computer lab

  24. STEM Thursday, May 16th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: Which construction type that you researched do you think is the most efficient? Justify your choice.

  25. STEM – Thursday • Modern Ship Building video • At the end of the video you must turn in one page of writing. It can be a page of notes, a page of thoughts, or just a one page response to the ideas presented in the video. It has to be one page. Turn it in to the black bins on my desk.

  26. Forensic Science Friday, May 17th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: Ben can never tell a lie. George can never tell the truth. One of them said, “The other one said he is George.” Which one said that?

  27. Forensic Science – Friday • Quiz • Sex determination using skeletons • Reading on own page 276 – 277 • Complete activities on pages 278 - 279

  28. Biology Friday, May 17th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: What major differences did you notice between the body of a honeybee and the body of a fish?

  29. Biology – Friday • Fish Dissection

  30. STEM Friday, May 16th, 2013 Bell Work Question of the Day: What was one thing that found interesting in the video from yesterday?

  31. STEM – Friday • Begin construction of boats! • We will be going to the middle school on the 29th to test our boats, that gives you SIX DAYS to completely finish your boat. Get moving!!