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03/01/07

Mr. Woolsey's class has started chapter 13 (Ocean Motions). Students reviewed visuals of waves today in class. For homework students are to complete workbook pages 153-155.

Mrs. Davis's class is currently on Chapter 13 sections 3 and 4. In class today students checked workbook pages, completed and reviewed section 3 notes and completed an organizer on the three ocean zones. To night's homework is to complete section 4 cloze notes.

posted on: March 01, 2007

2/21/07

In Mrs. Davis's class student's are studying Chapter 13 sections 1 and 2 at this time. For homework tonight students are to complete their Chapter 13 section 2 notes. Students have also been incorporating the scientific method into their daily classes.

In Mr. Woolsey's class students are completing Chapter 12 sections 1 and 2.

posted on: February 21, 2007

2/02/07

Mr. Woolsey's class will continue with presentations on hydrology and begin reviewing chapter 11 section 3.

Mrs. Davis's class will discuss "Clean-up Day" scheduled for Saturday the 3rd at 10:00 A.M. till 12:00 P.M. In class the students are studying chapter 12 section 1:Water Treatment. The students are to complete their notes over chapter 12.1 for homework.

posted on: February 02, 2007

1/29/07

Mr. Woolsey's class is currently working on projects that involve hydrology issues in areas of the world. the students are working on lap tops and developing power points to present to the class.

Mrs. Davis reviewed the study guide for tomorrows test over chapter 11 sections 1,2, and 3. Studnets should study for the test and make sure that they have the needed papers to turn in as their chapter 11 packet.

posted on: January 29, 2007

1/17/07

In Mr. Woolsey's class the students are working on group projects involving hydrology. The students are to have completed by tomorrow chapter 11 section 1 in their science workbook. (Pages 127-131)

In Mrs. Davis's class the students are working in centers that involve topics about hydrology. Students are to complete numbers 21 and 22 on page 134 in their workbook for homework tonight.

posted on: January 17, 2007

12/12/06

Mrs. Davis's class is continuing with studying chapter 3 (Rocks). Students have been learning about the different types of rocks through discover activities conducted in class and class discussions/instruction. Students need to begin to study for a test that will be given next week. Students are to complete the study guide for homework tonight.
Also, students need to begin to make sure that they have all of their assignments that should be in their notebooks.

Mineral crossword puzzle
Mineral video facts
2.1 Mineral Notes
3.1 Rock Notes
Discovery Channel Rock Video Notes
3.2 Igneous Notes
3.3 Sedimentary Notes
Bill Nye Rocks and Soil Video Notes.

Mr. Woolsey's class continues to study chapter 3(Rocks). Students watched a movie about rocks today and answered questions about the movie in class today. Students were given worksheets to be completed and turned in on Thursday.

posted on: December 12, 2006

12/08/06

Mrs. Davis's class is continuing with the study of rocks.(Chapter 3). Students today completed their notes on igneous rocks and watched a movie about rocks. For homework students are to answer questions 15-16 on page 30 in their workbook.
Students need to have in their notebooks the following:

Minerals Crossword
Minerals Video Facts
2.1 Mineral Notes
3.1 Rock Notes
Discover Channel Rock videos notes.

Mr. Woolsey's class continues with Chapter 3. ( Rocks) Students have been making some outstanding Venn Diagrams comparing types of rocks during class period. Not homework for this weekend.

posted on: December 08, 2006

11-29-06

Mrs. Davis's class has begun Chapter 3 section 1. Student's have been observing rocks in class and discussing the rock's size, texture, and grain pattern.
Students are to bring rocks for their own rock collection and discuss the rock's in class.

Mr. Woolsey's class in discussing Chapter 2, Section 1 (Minerals) Students are observing minerals in their classes. Students are to bring in rocks to make their own rock collections.

posted on: November 29, 2006

11/15/06

Mrs. Davis's class reviewed the study guide for tomorrow's test over chapter 7 sections 1and 2 and chapter 8 section 1. Students played a review game for the test. Homework for Friday is to study for a test over chapter 7(sections1and 2) and chapter 8-1. Students are to also turn in their study guide packet.

Mr. Woolsey's class has for homework tomorrow:

Workbook pages 87-88
Study guide Chapter 7 sections 1and 2 and Chapter 8-1
Study for quiz over Chapter 7 sections 1 and 2

posted on: November 16, 2006

10/31/06

Mrs. Davis's class is finishing up with project presentations. Students will complete project presentations tomorrow in class and have DEAR.

Mr. Woolsey's class is finishing up with project presentations. Students will complete review of section 6- 1 in science book.(Volcanoes)
For homework students need to turn in two column notes on a region that has volcanoes other than their own.

posted on: October 31, 2006

10/19/06

Mrs. Davis's class began chapter 6 (Volcanoes). Students reviewed a power point over the beginning of section and began to complete workbook
pages over section 1 of chapter 6. Students will continue to work on chapter 6 section 1.

Terms:

volcano
magma
lava
geyser
ring of fire
hot springs
island arc

Mr. Woolsey reviewed the test that was taken on 10/18/06. Students will begin chapter 6 (Volcanoes) on Friday.

posted on: October 19, 2006

10/12/06

Mrs. Davis's class reviewed homework sheet and part of the study guide. The students also played a review game. The students have a test tomorrow over chapter 5, section 1-3.

With their test, the students need to turn in :

5.1 outline
Bill Nye "earthquake" 9/22
Earthquake quiz
10 facts about from the Earthquake movie
Study guide


Mr. Woolsey's class reviewed work book pages over chapter 5, sections 3 and 4. Students have a quiz tomorrow and worksheets for homework tonight.
( Study guide and earthquake worksheet.)

posted on: October 11, 2006

10/06/06

Mrs. Davis's class has been taking notes and completing worksheets on chapter 5(Earthquakes) . Items that are going to be needed to turn in are:

5.1 outline
Bill Nye "Earthquake" 9/22 notes
Earthquake video quiz
section 5.2 notes

Refer to Mrs. Davis's Blog for a print out of her power point on Chapter 5. There is no homework for 10/06/06.

Mr. Woolseys' class has completed their 3-D projects (Build a 3-D model of a fault.) Currently reviewing information in Chapter 5 sections
1 and 2. There is no homework unless indicated in the students agenda.

posted on: October 06, 2006

9/29/06

Ms. Woolsey's class is currently working on Earthquakes. Students are to complete a fault 3-D project and two worksheets for homework.

Mrs.Davis's class is currently working on Earthquakes. Students began to work on there booklet projects in class today.
There is no homework.

posted on: September 29, 2006

classroom information 9/22/06

Mrs. Davis's class finished chapter 4 this week. Today in class students were introduced to chapter 5 on Earthquakes. There is no homework.

Mr. Woosley's class took a chapter 4 test today in class. There is no homework.

posted on: September 22, 2006

9/18/06 Class information.

Mrs. Davis's class continued with plate tectonics, section 4.5 . The students took notes in class.(Refer to Mrs. Davis's blog.) For homework the students are to complete pages 50-51 in their workbooks.(Students are to use their notes to answer the questions.) Students will be completing a study guide and preparing for a test on Thursday.

Mr. Woolsey's class continues with studying plate tectonics. Notes were taken and reviewed. Students were given worksheets to work on at home tonight that will be reviewed in class tomorrow. There will be a review in class for a test to be given later this week.

posted on: September 18, 2006

9/13/06

Mrs. Davis's continues to review and discuss sea floor spreading. Students are working on a sea floor spreading work activity. Items needed to be kept for turning in at the end of the section/chapter are:

4.3 outline notes on drifting continents
Pangaea Map
2 column notes
4.1 and 4.2 quiz
Continental Drift
Measurement worksheet

Mr. Woolsey's class continues to review questions on page 129 (sea floor spreading). There is no homework for tonight.

posted on: September 13, 2006

Class information 9/08/06

Mrs. Davis's continues with chapter 4 (continental drift). Students reviewed and checked answers in their workbooks. Students took two column notes over pages 123-125 in their class book. Students will continue with this on Monday. There is no homework for friday.

Mr. Woolsey's class read pages 118 -122 in class and discussed the information (Drifting Continents). Students copied notes from the board. students began to work on a Pangea activity. There is no homework for Friday.

posted on: September 08, 2006

9/06/01 Class Information

Mrs. Davis's class continues with discussing Pangaea. Students are to bring to class tomorrow their continent cut outs pasted onto the given construction paper for homework.

Mr. Woolsey's class continues with the three types of heat transfer (radiation, conduction, and convection). The students watched a video on the Earth's core and reviewed the three types of heat. Students are to make sure that they have completed pages 44 and 45 in their workbooks for tomorrow.

posted on: September 06, 2006

9/01/06

Mrs. Davis's class turned in their study guide, notes, and other required worksheets. Students also took a quiz. There is no homework assignment.

Mr. Woolsey's class finished reading sections 1 and 2 of chapter 4. The workbook answers were reviewed. There is no homework assignment.

posted on: September 01, 2006

8/29/06

Mrs. Davis's class introduced heat transfer. For homework the students are to complete the worksheet on heat transfer.

Mr. Woolsey's class reviewed for a quiz and took the quiz. For homework students are to get information on one of the Earth's layers( crust, mantle, and core) and use the Bloom,s graphic organizer in writing down the information on the chosen layer.

posted on: August 29, 2006

8/28/06

Mrs. Davis's class reviewed and checked workbook pages 41-43 in class, reviewed more information about the Earth's layers, and took notes. For homework the students are to complete questions 20 and 21 in their workbooks.

Mr. Woolsey's class reviewed the three layers of the Earth. There is a quiz tomorrow over the laverys of the Earth.

6th Grade Open House tonight at 6:30.

posted on: August 28, 2006

8/24/06

In Mrs. Davis's class a movie was reviewed over the layers of the Earth, workbook pages were completed , and a worksheet was colored in representing each layer of the Earth. No Homework

In Mr. Woolsey's class graphing was reviewed, and oral reading from the Science book was conducted. No homework.

posted on: August 25, 2006

Thursday: 8/17/06

In Mrs. Davis's class lab safety rules were reviewed. There is no homework today, but you should have your notebooks organized into their sections. Notebook sections are : Notes, homework,graded work and science fair.

In Mr. Woolsey's class the Earth 's layers were reviewed. Homework for tonight is to describe the relative thickness, temperature, and state(rigid or,liquid,) between the Earth's layers. Use the worksheets from today's Science class if needed. Also, please have your notebooks divided into sections. The sections are homework, activities, quizes, and test.

posted on: August 17, 2006

Wednesday 8/16/06

8/16/06 In Mrs. Davis class the classroom syllabus was handed out and reviewed. For homework get your syllabus signed by your parent.

8/16/06 In Mr. Woolsey's class we reviewed lab safety rules and introduced the Earth's layers. For homework compare and contrast the Earth's layers:
crust, mantle, and the core.

posted on: August 16, 2006

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