Saturday, July 14, 2018

Agenda Thursday 16,2018-Friday 17,2018

Agenda for Thursday August 16 , 2018-Friday August 16, 2018


Thursday August 16 , 2018

Due today: nothing
Agenda: 
QW: none



Friday August 17, 2018

Due today: nothing

Agenda: 
QW: none


Friday, June 1, 2018

Agenda for Monday, June 4 , 2018-Thursday June 7, 2018


Monday, June 4, 2018

Due today: nothing
Agenda: 
QW: What does the circulatory (cardiovascular) system do?  What organs are involved? Discuss with your neighbor and make your best guess.

Label all three images using web resources
record functions of identified parts
Lab groups of 3- director, surgeon, analyst

get frog, draw and label , place in ziplock bag with your names on it in sharpie 

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Due today: definitions for frog structures in notebook, community service hours
Agenda: 
QW:  Identify some frog structures that seem different than a human has and what they do.
Examination and drawing of exterior
Director-Records each person name on paper, 
 reads instructions, tells where and what to cut
Surgeon-makes all cuts and helps identify structures, cleans tools and puts them away
Analyst-identifies and labels each structure directly on paper background
Follow all instructions to orange line- re


Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Objective:

Due today:  
Agenda: 
QW: 
No QW- count yours up, put name on front and turn in
Open notebook to frog labeling and definitions, put your name on top of page and pile on counter.
Finish dissecting and clean up

Homework:  tally community service hours
  ARCHIE SITTER?
PLEASE CHECK THE BOARD FOR NO-NAME ASSIGNMENTS!.

Thursday, June 7 2018
Objective: 
Due today: 
Agenda:  
Class evaluation, what a year in science!
clean up room


Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Agenda for Monday, May 28 , 2018-Friday, June 1, 2018

American Red Cross: Positive Prevention PLUS 
Use of this curriculum is regulated by the California Education Code, particularly the California Healthy Youth Act. Therefore: 

• School districts must ensure that students in grades 7-12 receive comprehensive sexual health education and HIV/AIDS prevention education from instructors trained in the appropriate courses, will include the most recent medically accurate research on human sexuality, healthy relationships, pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.  
Cal Ed Code  51934(a), 51931(e); 

• Instruction must include information about the effectiveness and safety of all FDA approved methods that prevent or reduce the risk of contracting HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Cal Ed Code 51934(a)(4);
Monday, May 28, 2018

No School!  Enjoy celebrating Memorial Day weekend with friends and family.

Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Recognize the possible consequences and responsibilities of intimate sexual activity and relationships.
Due today: nothing
Agenda: 
QW:  Identify three important lessons from this unit.
Wrap-up Family Life Unit:
post-test
Personal contract to protect your sexual health
Goal-Setting Worksheet

fetal development and childbirth
Homework: ARCHIE SITTER?
PLEASE CHECK THE BOARD FOR NO-NAME ASSIGNMENTS!

Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Objective:

Due today:  
Agenda: 
QW: How many parts (organs) of the digestive system can you name? What is the function of these parts?  example: jaw/teeth=chewing (masticating).

Introduce earthworms
3 types of worms
earthworm digestive  system and how to dissect


Homework:  tally community service hours
  ARCHIE SITTER?
PLEASE CHECK THE BOARD FOR NO-NAME ASSIGNMENTS!.

Thursday, May 24, 2018
Objective: To recognize digestive and circulatory organs of an earthworm
Due today: signatures on family life assignments
Agenda:  
QW:  
Examine exterior of earthworms- draw and label your earthworm
Director-Records each person name on paper, 
 reads instructions, tells where and what to cut
Surgeon-makes all cuts and helps identify structures, cleans tools and puts them away
Analyst-identifies and labels each structure directly on paper background




Homework:  ARCHIE SITTER?
PLEASE CHECK THE BOARD FOR NO-NAME ASSIGNMENTS!


Friday, June 1, 2018
Objective: 

Due today: signatures on family life assignments-last day for signatures
Agenda:  
QW:  What are some observations and lessons that you took away from dissecting the worms?

Finish labeling dissected worms.
Finish worm coloring.

Frogs- exterior structures- draw,  label-, begin purpose -Monday
how to dissect -dissection will start Tuesday

Homework: ARCHIE SITTER?
PLEASE CHECK THE BOARD FOR NO-NAME ASSIGNMENTS!

Friday, May 18, 2018

Agenda Monday May 21, 2018-Friday May 25, 2018

Agenda for Monday, May 14, 2018-Friday, May 18, 2018

American Red Cross: Positive Prevention PLUS 
Use of this curriculum is regulated by the California Education Code, particularly the California Healthy Youth Act. Therefore: 

• School districts must ensure that students in grades 7-12 receive comprehensive sexual health education and HIV/AIDS prevention education from instructors trained in the appropriate courses, will include the most recent medically accurate research on human sexuality, healthy relationships, pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.  
Cal Ed Code  51934(a), 51931(e); 

• Instruction must include information about the effectiveness and safety of all FDA approved methods that prevent or reduce the risk of contracting HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Cal Ed Code 51934(a)(4);



Monday, May 21, 2018

Objective: Recognize the possible consequences and responsibilities of intimate sexual activity.

Agenda:
QW:  What is the purpose of the urethra?  The prostate gland? 
female reproductive system,  questions, video clip


Homework: parent signature on HIV handout

No past due work prior to ecosystem unit will be accepted after Friday.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Recognize the possible consequences and responsibilities of intimate sexual activity.
Due today: nothing
Agenda: 
QW:  What are some methods of birth control that you have heard of?  How MIGHT they work?
Teen parent panel today or Wed. 
Homework: PLEASE CHECK THE BOARD FOR NO-NAME ASSIGNMENTS!

Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Objective: Recognize the possible consequences and responsibilities of intimate sexual activity.

Due today:  
Agenda: 
QW: 
Thank you to teen parents (everyone who saw them speak).
Everyone else:
Explain the difference between chemical contraception and barrier contraception.  What is the only 100% effective way to avoid pregnancy and STIs?

2nd and 3rd : contraceptives and STI effectiveness  
Teen pregnancy: Choices and responsibilities

Healthy Relationships: qualities of a good friend.
friendships


Homework: pregnancy worksheet signature. PLEASE CHECK THE BOARD FOR NO-NAME ASSIGNMENTS!.

Thursday, May 24, 2018
Objective: Recognize the possible consequences and responsibilities of intimate sexual activity.
Due today: Pregnancy worksheet signature
Agenda:
QW:  What are some things you look for in a friend and why are these important?
Qualities of a friend
Qualities of a partner

Signs of an unhealthy relationship
--> "protect yourself"/wheel
--> resources, consent. 
Homework:  protect yourself worksheet AND pregnancy worksheet signature. PLEASE CHECK THE BOARD FOR NO-NAME ASSIGNMENTS!


Friday, May 25, 2018
Objective: Recognize how to develop healthy relationships

Due today: Protect yourself worksheet AND Pregnancy worksheet signature 
Agenda:  
QW:  Explain what you might do if a friend told you, you couldn't be friends with one of your other friends, anymore?
Abstinence. 
Escape plan.
Assertive communication/Sample Pressure plans.
healthy relationships
Homework: PLEASE CHECK THE BOARD FOR NO-NAME ASSIGNMENTS!

Friday, May 11, 2018

Agenda for Monday, May 14, 2018-Friday, May 18, 2018

American Red Cross: Positive Prevention PLUS 
Use of this curriculum is regulated by the California Education Code, particularly the California Healthy Youth Act. Therefore: 

• School districts must ensure that students in grades 7-12 receive comprehensive sexual health education and HIV/AIDS prevention education from instructors trained in the appropriate courses, will include the most recent medically accurate research on human sexuality, healthy relationships, pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.  
Cal Ed Code  51934(a), 51931(e); 

• Instruction must include information about the effectiveness and safety of all FDA approved methods that prevent or reduce the risk of contracting HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Cal Ed Code 51934(a)(4);



Monday, May 14, 2018

Objective: Recognize the possible consequences of contracting a disease on yourself and your loved ones
Due today- NOTHING

Agenda:
QW:  none 
Guest speaker


Homework: parent signature on HIV handout


Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Objective: Recognize the possible consequences of contracting a disease on yourself and your loved ones
Due today: signature of trusted adult
Agenda: 
QW:  List  several things that Roy "lost" due to his decision making.
List some of the people that were affected.

Poster return
check pre-test
Thank you notes
How a virus spreads (periods 1-3) plan slide show for third graders
Homework: HIV-myths, signature needed (4th-6th).  Make improvements on poster.  Due Friday.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Objective: Recognize the possible consequences of contracting a disease on yourself and your loved ones

Due today:  HIV-myths signature.
Agenda: 
QW: 4th-6th only:   What are some important "take-aways" from the HIV worksheet?  Where might your friend go if they want more information about HIV or STIs?
4th-6th Check HIV-myths signature
STI worksheet
virus Z

Homework: Make improvements on poster.  Due Friday.

Thursday, May 17, 2018
Objective: Recognize the possible consequences of contracting a disease on yourself and your loved ones 

Due today: nothing
Agenda:
QW:  In yesterday's virus Z simulation, how many were in eventually infected from the original 2? What happened with virus Z? What does the simulation have to do with STI's?

HIV/STI statistics  discuss story for STI's
male and female anatomy note taking  slides 13-21
Homework:  Make improvements on poster.  Due Friday. signatures due now for 1) pre-test, 2) HIV sheet, 3) STI worksheet

Friday, May 18, 2018
Objective: Recognize the possible consequences of contracting a disease on yourself and your loved ones

Due today: Poster on ecosystem improvements
Agenda:  
QW:  Why be concerned about STI's if some of them can be cured with antibiotics?


human reproductive systems 
Anonymous questions

Homework: 

Monday, May 7, 2018

Agenda Monday May 7, 2018-Friday May 11, 2018

American Red Cross: Positive Prevention PLUS 
Use of this curriculum is regulated by the California Education Code, particularly the California Healthy Youth Act. Therefore: 

• School districts must ensure that students in grades 7-12 receive comprehensive sexual health education and HIV/AIDS prevention education from instructors trained in the appropriate courses, will include the most recent medically accurate research on human sexuality, healthy relationships, pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.  
Cal Ed Code  51934(a), 51931(e); 

• Instruction must include information about the effectiveness and safety of all FDA approved methods that prevent or reduce the risk of contracting HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Cal Ed Code 51934(a)(4);



Monday, May 7, 2018

Objective: Identify and follow class guidelines for appropriate behavior.  Identify facts about related teen sexual health
Due today- NOTHING

Agenda:
QW:   What are some basic rules for appropriate behavior when talking about sensitive topics?  (human reproduction) 

Self and Group Evaluation: Ecosystem poster
Pretest         
Group norms/ Create guidelines for appropriate behavior during the family life unit.

2nd and 3rd: 5th graders--> Birds and Worms
1st, 4th, 5th, and 6th: 12 minutes to finish posters/projects

Homework: none


Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Objective: Describe the typical physical and psychosocial changes that occur during puberty.
Due today: nothing
Agenda: 

Teen Dreams   :  On page 72,  title: Typical female and male development.
                            Make two columns.  Label one MALE and the other FEMALE
                            While you are watching video:  
1. Please summarize 3 main "differences" in changes during adolescents 
for males and females.

2 .What are some changes that both males and females experience? 
***You do not have to share examples if you are not comfortable***
Homework: none

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Objective: Identifying peer and media pressures to engage in high risk activity.  Recognize that not all students participate in high risk behaviors.

Due today:  nothing
Agenda: 
QW: none

Guest Speaker:  Samantha Warfel

Homework: none


Thursday, May 10, 2018
Objective: Describe the typical physical and psychosocial changes that occur during puberty for both males and females. 
Due today: nothing
Agenda:
QW:  What did you appreciate about our guest speaker?  List three things that you learned or that surprised you.

Finish Teen Dreams  
Family life Pre-test
Thank you letters to Samm and Nikko 4th, 5th, 6th.
Dylan D. Will you cut Archie's nails during lunch??
Typical female and male development
Homework: Get pre-test signed by parent/guardian/adult that you trust, due tomorrow.

Friday, May 11, 2018
Objective:  Identify myths or sterotypes regarding persons infected with HIV.  Describe the impact of HIV/AIDS on individuals and their family life.
Due today: pre-test signed by parent/guardian/adult that you trust
Agenda:  
QW:  What do you think you know about HIV/AIDS?

Check pre-tests
STI, HIV, AIDS
Preview guest speaker

Friday, April 27, 2018

Agenda Monday April 30, 2018- Friday May 4, 201





MS-LS2-1.Analyze and interpret data to provide evidence for the effects of resource availability on organisms and populations of organisms in an ecosystem. 
MS-LS2-2.Construct an explanation that predicts patterns of interactions among organisms across multiple ecosystems.
MS-LS2-3.Develop a model to describe the cycling of matter and flow of energy among living and nonliving parts of an ecosystem.
MS-LS2-4.Construct an argument supported by empirical evidence that changes to physical or biological components of an ecosystem affect populations. 
MS-LS2-5.Evaluate competing design solutions for maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem services.* 




Monday April  30, 2018

Objective: How does different land use affect our local watershed?
Due today- NOTHING

Agenda:
QW:   none       
Analyze Big Chico Creek and Horseshoe Lake water chemistry
What does it show us?  Can you tell which had the : detergent? Fertilizer?
 Plants?
Based on the chemical tests, how healthy are each of the five ponds for living organisms, for each waterway?
If you tested BCC you need to analyze Horseshoe lake. If you tested Horseshoe Lake please analyze BCC.


engineering challenge
Draw a model  of your plan on p69 Draw how the water molecules
 might move through the filtration system
Build it, begin tests

Homework: none


Tuesday May 1, 2018

Objective:  How does different land use affect our local watershed?  How does looking at our local watershed allow us to understand ecosystems?
Due today: nothing
Agenda: 
QW: none
finish water quality chemistry
Analyze Big Chico Creek  water quality chemistry  complete on p 68
Make a claim:
Which organisms are the most 'important' to the ecosystem?
Provide evidence from the web:

Support your evidence with the reasons you have:

Due Wednesday

Build and test water filters
plan, draw and  make one design change 
retest

Homework: none

Wednesday May 2, 2018

Objective: How does different land use affect our local watershed?  How does looking at our local watershed allow us to understand ecosystems?

Due today:  
Agenda: 
QW:   none


finish build and test water filters
plan, draw and  make one design change 
retest
Winners: lowest cost and lowest turbidity reading

Homework: none


Thursday May 3, 2018
Objective:   How does different land use affect our local watershed?  How does looking at our local watershed allow us to understand ecosystems?
Due today: 
Agenda:
QW:  Which aspect of the design process did you enjoy?  Why?  Was your filter effective?  Why or why not?  What would you do differently next time?

Engineering challenge self and group evaluation

Assessment Directions (link is embedded)
Group poster-A Abandoned animal shelter is proposed for Annies Glenn area.
Students might be able to volunteer there after it is built.

Use ALL of your: graphic organizers, food web information, water quality testing, video notes.
Include as much detail as you can in the group poster. See link above for details

Homework:

Friday May 4, 2018
Objective:  How does different land use affect our local watershed?  How does looking at our local watershed allow us to understand ecosystems?
Due today: Posters 
Agenda:  
QW:  TURN IN QUICK WRITES!
"I realized that bullying never has to do with you. It's the bully who's insecure."  -Shay Mitchell

BIKE WEEK NEXT WEEK: Bike to school next week and get a raffle ticket each day to win prizes!!!!
Use ALL of your: graphic organizers, food web information, water quality testing, video notes.
Include as much detail as you can in the group poster. See link above for details
Finish and Share posters