This TED-ed is all about Thanksgiving... I'll give Kelner's subject the nod today... only today though ;)
Finish November current events TONIGHT!!! Tomorrow we wrap up the word parts (for now... always learning new ones ya know?!)...
Now it's time to wrap up November's current event.
When summarizing your chosen article: state who was involved, what happened of importance, when did this occur, where did this occur, and HOW the whatever was accomplished. Include why is is this news important to science and how it's connected to my class and our learning so far (use all the information from the front of the current event page to summarize on the back!)... will create a nice CEAL structure!
Many of you need to work beyond bullet points into sentences and a flowing paragraph.
Due by Tuesday, November 26th!
P.S. did you know that you all are awesome?!
Tonight's the final night to get cell projects DONE. Be sure to include all 4 components of the nucleus (nuclear envelope, chromatin AND nucleolus) in your keys/posters/definitions. There should be 12 total organelles for an animal cell and add chloroplasts and a cell wall for a plant cell (GREEN chloroplasts of course!).
Tomorrow we shall gallery walk about all the wonderful projects! We also have a little review game to prepare for Friday's cell organelle test.
Did you already finish your project? GREAT! You could take the night off OR you could get that current event hammered out. I do have the current event party after school tomorrow that all are welcome to join!
KMS Science Teacher
Most science pictures I post are found from assorted Facebook science pages... too numerous to cite specifically and downloaded for "just the right time"... I am sorry for the poor citation example I am setting.
In addition the archives are primarily from my days as a ONLY a life science teacher ... 2020 has changed all that!
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