Science Project Due Dates
Remember: All you bring to school is your board and your report!
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Jacob Vickers, Syra Englert, James Gunnell, Sirena Keene, Megan Fitch, Wyatt Collins, Jordan Gigler, Samuel Hartman, Caitlin Luke, Shlishaa Savita
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Sienna Grosse, Jon Weatherby, Jordan Ernst, Ashlyn Rumley, Andrea Burton, Joseph Gutierrez, Sean Sweeney, Cierra Johnson, Tyler Ross
Thursday, May 29, 2008
Katrina Law, Nick Andrews, Kolby Boyd, Brian Maciel, Nixon Potteiger, Justin Lahman, Tanner VanderJagt, Dallas Lawslo, Brier Cooper, RaeAnne Farnsworth
This is our schedule for the week ending May 30th, 2008. If you have any questions, please contact me at extension 38.
Science (All Periods)
Tuesday: Work Due: Asteroids, Comets, and Pluto (1st year) and Rocks and Minerals (2nd year)
While the plot of this computer-animated film may seem fantastical, it's actually based on the theories of some of the world's top scientists, including Stephen Hawking, J. Craig Ventor, Michio Kaku and David Moriarty. Sent to investigate the planet Darwin IV (which is about 6.5 light years away), a pair of artificial intelligence probes nicknamed named Ike (Newton) and Leo (Da Vinci) discover a richly populated ecosystem that rivals Earth's.
Wednesday: Work Due: None
Design Your Own Planet
Based on information taken from our Solar System, student groups will create their own world.
Thursday: Work Due: Planet Statistics
Life on Your Planet
Using information gained from Alien Planet and based on the planet they designed, student groups will design life for their planets and create a poster.
Friday: Work Due: Planet Poster
Students will finish their posters.