I’ve gone through and updated grades for the assignments submitted in the last week. Let me know if you see any discrepancies or have any other questions about your grade.
The end of the 9 weeks is almost here! Some students are asking for ways to improve their grades:
- Submit your proposal or proposal revisions ASAP, (0’s for proposals will be added this week)
- Recycle the Checkpoint for Pure substances, solutions, and mixtures.
- Recycle the quiz for Atoms and the Periodic Table,
- Submit (or resubmit) the SEG for Solubility and Temperature if you received a low grade,
- Submit (or resubmit) the Density Gizmo SEG if you did not do well or didn’t submit it,
- Print out the Assessment questions and the grade for Density if you didn’t do them when they were due,
- Be sure that the Slice and Dice Gizmo and Assessment Questions are finished and turned in next class.
- turn in ANY of these assignments if you have been absent.
- Submit your proposal or proposal revisions ASAP. (0’s for proposals will be added this week)
- Recycle the 17.1, 17.2, or 17.3 checkpoint quizzes.
- Submit (or resubmit) the Food Chain Gizmo SEG
- Submit (or resubmit) the Prairie Ecosystem Gizmo SEG
- Submit Fusion pg. 531
The due date for all of the recovery and resubmitting of assignments is October 17. Recovered assignments will be graded after all the proposals.
Please understand that there will still be assignments until the grading period ends. You should come prepared daily with your ISN, textbook and other materials needed for class.
Science Project Update(All Classes)
I have taken home and checked the Science Project Proposals that were turned in to me last week. Please look at my feedback to make any necessary revisions to your project. Again, please let me know if you are confused about anything related to your project.
If you have NOT submitted your proposal for teacher review, I need it ASAP so you can begin experimentation. Please make sure you’ve looked over the science project rules while designing your experiment. I will let students know if their project needs IRB or SRC approval before they can begin experimentation.