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Trends in Data: Charts + Trendlines

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  • CW: Complete charts and trendlines for the Chuck-Ken Jump, Going Viral, and Candy for Later part of the Trendy Trendlines Activity.

  • DN: Turn in homework and clear tables.

  • Note: Quiz retakes on Friday during Lunch or After School.

Resources

Trendy Trendline Activity Handouts (Not available online on this site.)

LESSON OUTLINE

5min Students complete the do now by turning in their homework and clearing their tables.

5min Students working in pairs get and prep supplies for today’s activity.

15min Trendy Trendlines: Chuck-Ken Jump.

10min Trendy Trendlines: Going Viral.

10min<  Trendy Trendlines: Candy for Later.

5min Collect materials. Clean up. Wrap up.

AIM: Create a chart and add the corresponding trendline.

Experiments 101: Scenarios

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  • HW: [1] Science Experiments 101- Working Backwards. (Note: You don’t have to fill in the data tables. Use your notes.) [2] Practice video projects are due today. (Storyboards should have been turned in at the start of the period to be on time.)

  • CW: Science Experiments 101- Scenarios 1 & 2

  • DN: Take handouts and write your name on each.

  • Note: Retakes for safety and course outline this Wednesday at lunch.

RESOURCES

Science Experiments 101: Scenarios

Science Experiments 101: Working Backwards

LESSON OUTLINE

5min Students complete do now.

5min Storyboards are collected. Teacher reminds students to turn in videos and provides tech tips.

10min< Choir reading of scenario 1 of Science Experiments 101: Scenarios. In groups, students identify the variables, state the hypothesis, and determine the question with teacher guidance.

10min< Choir reading of scenario 2. In pairs, students identify the variables, state the hypothesis, and determine the question. Check answers as a class.

10min As a class, students identify the variables, state the hypothesis, and determine the question from Table 1 of Science Experiments 101: Working Backwards.

5min  Clean up. Wrap up.

AIM: Complete an experiment and identify the variables, state the hypothesis, and determine the question the experiment answers.

Experiments 101

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  • HW: Finish Video Project (see previous post).

  • DN: Glue Science Experiments 101 on page 7.

  • EQ: How do you set up an experiment?

Resources

Science Experiments 101: The Basics

 
 

LESSON OUTLINE

5min Students complete the do now by numbering the pages in their notebook and glueing in Science Experiments 101 handout onto page 5.

10min Teacher explains the procedures of the Running Distance vs Jump Distance experiment. Randomly selects students for Trial 1and run through the steps. Data is recorded in the table on the handout.

10min Complete Trials 3-4. Students are randomly selected and should only participate in one trial.

15min Students complete the notes on the handout.

5min  Clean up. Wrap up.

AIM: Complete an experiment and identify the variables, state the hypothesis, and determine the question the experiment answers.