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Mrs. M Drobiak
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May 18-May 22, 2020
Hope everyone had a great weekend.
This week we'll have a google meeting starting with
Block A at 8:30 am
Block B at 9:00 am
Block C at 9:30 am
Block D at 10 am
each block will have 20 minutes and we'll review last week's assignments and preview this week's assignments DN5.22 and Eco Wkst 8.
You may present all questions meeting times. Hope to see you there and have a great week.
Good Mduring our orning to you all. Hope you had a great weekend. The weather can get a little tricky for some of the little critters just hatching. Keep observing your surrounding, you may come across baby turtles. Some species of turtle are hatching, be aware that touching them can be harmful (turtles may carry germs like Salmonella that can make people sick). This week I have three assignments for you. Try each ...
DN 5.15 Apply
Eco Wkst 6 Renewable resources
Eco wkst 7 Butterfly hunt
Keep well~ Mrs D
May 4-May 8
Good Morning. Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend. The weather was great to go out and observe nature around you.
I'll be holding google meeting today starting at 9:00am with my first block. You should have received an invititaion last week. During the meeting I'd like to review the work from last week and end with a summary of this week's assignment. Hope all of you can attend.
This week the assignments are:
Read over the agenda
DN5.8 Conclude (answer and return)
Eco Wkst 5 Aquatic Biomes (answer and return)
Keep well and email me your questions. ~ Mrs D
April 27-May 1st
Please check your school email or google classroom for your google meeting invite.
Block A 8:30am-8:50am
Block B 9:00am-9:20am
Block C 9:30am-9:50am
Block D 10:00am-10:20am
Happy Monday everyone! Hope everyone had a great weekend and is ready for a new week. I've been checking off and providing feedback/comments on completed student work. Due dates have been added just to keep with the theme of achievable weekly goals. Here are a few assignments for the week.
Read over the artcles and answer this Red Question: Can populations grow and never stop growing? into your IN pg 78.
Click here for this week's DN 5.1 Calculate
Click here for this week's ecosystem worksheet Eco Wkst 4
Keep up the great work! Please email me if you have any questions. ~Mrs D.
Good Morning to all! I want to wish everyone a Happy Earth Day on April 22nd and celebrating Arbor Day on April 24th (last Friday in April for Massachusetts). This week there are no notes for us to enter into our INs. I've provided two power points as a resource for you to review. These power points will help you answer the Ecosystem worksheet #3. Click here for the Ecosystem Wkst #3. The Ecosystem worksheet #3 and the DN4.24 ( click here for DN 4.24 Assessare the only assignments due this week. Have a great week and as always keep well and stay in touch.
Bonus- Can anyone find the word on the ecosystem worksheet that we have tried to avoid saying? It's one from our WLS poster!
Power point 1 on Principles of Ecology click here to review Principles of Ecology ppt
Power point 2 on Population Dynamics click here to review Population dynamics ppt
April 13-17th, 2020
The Remote Learning Portal has been linked to google classroom!!!
Click here to see a quick video (1min. 23 sec) Eco system quick video
Good Morning everyone! Hope you all had a great weekend. Try these worksheets this week and be sure to check out the agenda for the week. I hope to set up a google meet with each one of my classrooms like we did before and I'll send you the invite later today or tomorrow. The link for google meet will be posted here and on g. classroom.
As always, stay well and let me know if you run into any concerns or just want to chat! I did set up a Legends of Learning game site for everyone. Let me know how it is, hopefully FUN! I tried it and I thought it was quite enjoyable and nice change.
Click here for the agenda Agenda 4.13 check in/off
Click here for the assignment Eco Wkst 1 Eco Worksheet 1
Click here for the assignment Eco Wkst 2 ECO worksheet 2
Do Now this week - ELABORATE click here for our DN4.17 DN 4.17 ELABORATE
April 6th to April 10th, 2020
Good Evening. Hope everyone had a good weekend and you're feeling like doing some exploring. We are entering our 4th week of remote learning and this week will be a great week to become an Ecologists, where one studies the organisms and how they interact with other organisms and the environment they live in. I'd like to remind all my students that in the beginning of the year we learned about living organisms and how they interacted with the non-living parts of the environment. Many of those same concepts will be reinfornced in this weeks lessons. Terms to be aware of are as follows; community, ecosystem, predation, living space, habitat, autotroph, heterotroph, population, genus, species, biosphere, mimicry, host parasite, mutualistic relationship, symbiosis, and a few others.
Do Now 4.10 Evaluation due on Friday click here DN4.10 evaluation
IN notes pg 74 students task page to be placed on page 74 of your IN - click here IN pg 74 task
IN notes pg 75 click here IN notes ... pg 75
IN task pg 76 click here IN pg 76 student task page
Good Morning and Welcome to our third week of remote learning. i hope everyone is doing well and has been able to check out all the enrichment papers that would help support our online learning. Here are a few papers this week that have been added to our studies. Due dates have been added just to keep with the theme of achievable weekly goals.
Do Now List due 4.3.2020 Click here Do Now List
Enrichment Paper Genetics click here Enrichment Genetics
I'll place comments as you submit your work, read over those comments however you do not need too make corrections and resubmit unless requested.
Keep well and hopefully see you soon. ~Mrs Drobiak
Good Afternoon - Grade 7 Students & Parents,
Hope all of you are doing well. I wanted to share with you where my thoughts are in continuing our studies of science. My school website, Google classroom, and e-mail will be the best way to keep active with your Science studies.
1. I'll post the practice assignment on the website calendar and put a due date so that we can keep tract of what we need to practice.
2. I'll use G.classroom to set up a weekly meeting for each block to help support students. Each weekly meeting will have its own link when I send you an invitation. Meeting will have a date, start time, and end time.
3. Email is a great way to keep the lines of communication open. I'll check it daily and should be able to respond within 24 hours or sooner.
I hope to see you all soon via google meet. Keep well.
3.17.2020 Attentions students - Here are the codes for each Block. I strongly recommend students stay fresh with the activities and concepts we'll go over. The folders will contain power points and or notes ffor their IN. Keep learning and this will be a challenge!
Block A - iaxymbc
Block B - 6nrm7vs
Block C - zhortgv
Block D - lkzq2qx
Email me if you run into any problems.
3.16.2020 Attention Students - I've sent out an invitation to join google classroom. Let me know if you run into any problems. Have fun!
I'll be posting all supplemental school items on this home page for you to view and answer. Your responses may be written down on lined paper or typed on the computer. Provide the date and the assignment #. The following material will allow you to stay sharp and focussed on your studies in Genetics. E-mail if you have any questions.
Monday 3.16.2020 Assignment #1
Problem A: Draw a Punnett Square for a (Tt)Heterozygous tall plant X with a (tt)homozygous short plant cross. If T codes for tall pea plant stems and t codes for short pea plant stems, what percentage of the offspring would you expect to have each phenotype?
Draw the punnett square, parent alleles on the outside, offspring on the inside of the square, list genotypes and phenotypes, CSA probability.
We have a busy year ahead of us with lots of new and exciting things to learn in science, new people to meet, and lots of exploratory lessons/activities to work on. I am looking forward to a very interesting year with each and everyone of you!
Topics that will be covered in science this year include: Biology, chemistry, Anatomy, Physics, Genetics, Environmental Science, and Microbiology
Students will be able to...
Observe living organisms using various laboratory tools, follow the steps to the scientific method to write a formal report, and identify life science concepts to be familiar with lab techniques. Think SCIENCE!
Students and parents have access to homework assignments by using the Navigation Bar above or the Homepage worksheets tab on the left. Homework is typically given on Monday and due on Friday each week.
Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will try to respond within 48 hours.