Windsor 8 ELA Homework Blogs
Ms. Wilson's Science page
This week, students will be looking at a variety of resources identifying the effects of climate change globally and locally. They will organize how these events are connected on individual concept maps, then research a consequence of climate change in Maine.
Details are on the Class Website. Due dates are not yet set, because our scheduled will be modified in the coming weeks for expedition work.
Take a Climate Expedition - Long-term Assignment (due Dec 1)
Take a Climate Expedition Assignment
Follow the directions on the page. Watch/listen to the videos from around the world, take the quizzes and earn passport stamps. Note the passport stamp codes on your tracking sheet and share/print your certificate at the end of the assignment. Due December 1.
EPA Website Link Tracking Sheet
Homework for sequence #5, 11/16 - Finish your optimal wind blade design claim.
for sequence #4, 11/16 - Finish the bar graph for the wind blade data. Bar Graph instructions
20 degrees - small: 3.44v, medium: 4.2v, large: 2.95v
40 degrees - small: 3.7v, medium: 3.3v, large: 2.5v
This week students are reviewing what they already know, adding some further knowledge and making a claim by drawing and labeling an optimal wind blade design. With further testing of pitch and blade size, students will revise their claims and explain the reasoning (citing evidence) behind their revisions.
The materials are posted to the class website.