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This week 4/13 – 4/19

This week we will be having live help sessions on TEAMS. I will post the link each day. Please check the schedule and go to the time that corresponds with your class period. We will have a 30 minute Team Time every day if you cannot make it to your scheduled time. Please read our online meeting guidelines and be ready with any questions you may have.

Here is a look at our week ahead!

Task 1 – BrainPop

Go to BrainPop.com and watch:

~  Earth

~  Earth’s Atmosphere

~  Earth’s Structure

Test your knowledge using the online assessments for each video.

**Task 2 – GIZMOS

Complete the Convection Cells exploration and student exploration guide sheet. Don’t forget to submit.

When you are finished, take the quiz.

Don’t forget to come back and tap the “Turn it In” button when you are finished.

Task 3 – Create a Model of Earth’s Structure

Using household items, create a model of the Earth’s layers. Take a picture and upload to a Google Docs PPT slide presentation.
To submit your presentation, copy the “shareable link” and paste it as your answer here. DO NOT EDIT EACH OTHER’S WORK.
Once you submit the photo of your model, please take a “gallery walk” of the work submitted by other students and make comments using the Discussion Board Guidelines as a guide.

Once you submit the photo of your model, please take a “gallery walk” of the work submitted by other students and make comments using the Discussion Board Guidelines as a guide.

Comment on at least 2 other students’ posts.

Discussion Board Guidelines

In your communication with other students, please:

• Be constructive and respectful.

• Politely critique a position on an issue, but not the person.

• Expand on or clarify an important point.

• Offer an additional argument to support a position taken in an answer.

• Suggest ways in which an idea could be more clearly expressed.

• Identify areas where the student misunderstood a concept or applied it incorrectly.

• Agree with a point or position made in an answer.

• Never use sarcasm, swearing, or language that would be considered rude or argumentative.

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