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Chapter 6 Test  - Energy Tuesday, November 21st
 
Ways to Study for this Test:
 
*Reread the chapter and add to your notes.
*Highlight the Key Concepts for each Lesson
*Make Notecards (not JUST of vocabulary but of the Key Concepts, diagrams, etc.)
*Several study sessions, don't wait until Monday Night
*Quizlet.com for vocabulary
*Complete the Review and Assessment in the back of the chapter (this will be due Monday, November 20th).
*Make your own tests on Quizizz.com

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Chapter 5 Test Tuesday, November 7th
 
Ways to Study for this Test:
*Reread the chapter and add to your notes.
*Highlight the Key Concepts for each Lesson
*Make Notecards (not JUST of vocabulary but of the Key Concepts, diagrams, etc.)
*Several study sessions, don't wait until Monday Night
*Quizlet.com for vocabulary
*Complete the Review and Assessment in the back of the chapter.
*Make your own tests on Quizizz.com

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Read pp. 200-207 and answer questions

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Finish Lesson 1 pp. 190-199 and Glossary work if you did not finish in class today.

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Chapter 4 Test
 
Ways students can prepare for the test:
*Organize and Rewrite Notes
*Make Flashcards of Key Concepts found on pp. 182-183
*Reread Chapter and Review Pictures & Questions
*Quizlet for Vocabulary
*Complete Review pages at the of the Chapter

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Quizlet - Did you know Quizlet is a free app you can put on your mobile devices to study science vocabulary on the go???

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IF you didn't finish in class Lesson 3 workbook pages 168-171 in class and glossary work in class please complete for homework.
 
Glossary Words - natural resource, soil conservation, crop rotation, contour plowing, conservation plowing

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Lesson 4.1 and 4.2 Quiz Friday
 
PLEASE bring in any 2L bottles you have at your house.  THanks!

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No Science Homework

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Read Lesson 4.2 (pp. 162-167) and answer questions/fill in blanks

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Finish Lesson 1 Glossary Work with Pictures. Words can be found on p. 151 of your textbook 

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Chapter 3 Minerals and Rocks Test  - This will be an open note (binder) test.

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Chapter 3 Test Tuesday - Today students worked on pp. 142-145 "Review and Assessment"
 
*Students may use their binders on the test, so they will want to spend some time this weekend reviewing, adding to, and organizing their notes. 
 
Here are the answers for those pages to ensure they study the correct information over the weekend:
 
1.) C      2.) atoms     3.) answer was discussed in class     4.) B.     5.) rock-forming minerals
 
6.) This is a fine-grained, non-banded rock     7.) C     8.) mineral composition
 
9.) Magma that cools slowly underneath Earth's surface
 
10.) texture = coarse grain, mineral composition = silica, origin = intrusively
 
11.) A.     12.) rock fragments     13.) rock fragments    
 
14.) The rock is breccia, which forms from jagged pieces of other rocks
 
15.) D     16.) slate and gneiss
 
17.) because pressure compacts grains in shale to for slate
 
18.) heat and pressure can flatten the crystals in granite to form the bands in gneiss
 
19.) A.     20.) weathering and erosion     21.) weather and erosion
 
22.) D.      23.) nonrenewable    
 
24.) Sample:  Coal can be used to produce electricity, oil can power vehicles, natural gas can be used in stoves
 
25.) Sample:  Coal forms from decomposing plant matter. Over time, the plant matter turns into peat under pressure.  With more time and pressure, the peat becomes coal.
 
27.) Rock A - intrusive igneous rock, formed from magma that cooled slowly under Earth, so its grains are large.  Rock B is a foliated metamorphic rock.  It formed when great heat and pressure, applied over millions of years, changed another type of rock into this rock.  Rock C formed when the remains of ocean animals were squeezed and cemented together.  This is a very rough sedimentary rock. 
 
p. 145
 
1.) B     2.) C.     3.) A.     4.) D     5.) A.     6.) D
 
7.) The environment was probably very wet, because coal forms from the remains of swamp plants.  The shale is further evidence of a wet environment  b/c its clay particles are deposited by water.  The fact that there are alternating layers of coal and shale indicates that perhaps a river periodically flooded the area in which these rock layers formed, depositing the clay particles that form each layer of shale.  Eventually, the flooded area turned into swamps, resulting in layers of coal.

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Glossary for Chapter 3 Lessons 6 & 7 due by Friday with pictures

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Don't forget to pack a lunch on Friday.  You won't be able to buy one because Milford is out of school that day,

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Read Pages 128-131 for homework

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Chapter 3 Journal is due Tuesday, September 12th.  
 

Pretend you are an igneous rock and write about your life going through the rock cycle.  Be sure you include how you become a metamorphic rock and a sedimentary rock and what kind of minerals you are composed of.  

Please underline all vocabulary words used in the one page, handwritten journal entry.

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Students need to complete glossary work for Lessons 4 & 5 and also complete a NEAT copy of their journal topics.  Journals need to be one page handwritten and students have their topics in their binders.
 
Start packing for Camp Kern, say prayers rain in minimal, and get extra sleep.

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Finish reading Chapter 3 Lesson 3 on Igneous Rocks and prepare for a quiz over lesson 3.

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 Lesson 2 Glossary Work is Due Thursday, September 7th.  Don't forget to include pictures with your definitions.  Students had time in class to get started on this assignment

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 Science Lab is in need of a few 1-L plastic bottles.  If you happen to have these please send them in.  Thanks!

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 Read Lesson 3.2 and add to the notes you took in class today

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Camp Kern forms and payment due to the office

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 Chapter 3 Lesson 1 Glossary definitions AND pictures due