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My Element Project in Google Classroom

My Element Project

This is an independent project in which you are assigned an element and will conduct research and create a slide show about the details of your element. This project in broken into three parts: 
Part 1: Research your element and begin filling out the slides about the details
Part 2: Upload your slide show here and begin practicing your presentation. Be the expert on your element, know this, through and through. Don't just read off a slide or mispronounce words. 
Part 3: Complete your mini element for the class PTE which you will place on the day of your presentation. (I will hand these out directly to you)

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Quiz: Measuring Matter in Google Classroom

Quiz: Measuring Matter

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Topic Launch: Introduction to Matter & SEP Quest in Google Classroom

Topic Launch: Introduction to Matter & SEP Quest

Task: Create a small movie scene that demonstrates physical and or chemical changes through a special effect. The scene will be film, the background (stage) is provided by me, you and your lab partner bring the magic alive! Nothing combustible. Create the illusion. 


This assignment is broken down into 4 parts:
   
      1.   Topic Launch link: Complete the first 2 tasks and mark complete in the task bar. There is a video and question section. Task 3 & 4 are the project, you will mark this complete on the 23rd after you present your work. 
      2.  WITH LAB PARTNER Create a story board of your scene either on paper or using the storyboardthat.com site. What is the setting, details, and scene that you would recreate? 
NEXT, write a short script for the scene (can be written on storyboard).
      3. Build the scene, think about what will be in the scene. Where, when, and how will your special effect occur? How are the two of you going to pull this off? Identify the physical and chemical changes. FILM it! You get less than 20 seconds to film your scene. 
      4. Present it! You and your partner will upload your video in GC along with your storyboard and script here.

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Test: Introduction to Matter in Google Classroom

Test: Introduction to Matter

Pre-Test Time, let' see what you know so we can see where to go.

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Unit 1 Reflection in Google Classroom

Unit 1 Reflection

This form will serve as a reflection opportunity. How well do you know these concepts? Did you get to demonstrate everything you know on your test? This is for you to reflect and it is an opportunity for you to make a plan for the next unit and concepts missed in this unit. Answer honesty, only you and I will view this and it is not a part of your grade. You this reflection as a tool!

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Unit 1 Final Assessment: The Scientific Method in Google Classroom

Unit 1 Final Assessment: The Scientific Method

The Final assessment for Unit 1 is attached and ready for your creative magic. Be detailed, go beyond expectations to truly represent what you learned about the science method. Check the rubric BEFORE you submit. There will not be an opportunity to boost this grade, it is final.

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In your own words, explain what variables are, be sure to be specific.  in Google Classroom

In your own words, explain what variables are, be sure to be specific.

Check your knowledge of variables now, in your response, list the types of variables, what is it with an example. Do not use your notes or the internet, its time to see what you know.

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Scientific Method : The Selfie Experiment in Google Classroom

Scientific Method : The Selfie Experiment

This is going to be a fun one! We are bringing it all together...the scientific method! Use those smart skills you have acquired and work with your lab partner to tackle Part One and Part Two in the Jamboard. Everyone will complete and submit their own Jamboard. Part Three is a reflection followed by take a selfie time! You will insert 3 selfies that you take while in class.

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Write one good scientific question; must be clearly defined and measurable.  in Google Classroom

Write one good scientific question; must be clearly defined and measurable.

Write one good scientific question; must be clearly defined and measurable.  This will be graded and count towards your final grade.