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ICS A Assignments
Week of: 7/10/2006 Introduction to Integrated Science
Week of: 7/17/2006 Introduction to Volcanos
Th 7/13
Mo 7/17
Dispatch: If you were to write a movie screenplay
involving a volcano, what are some of the events that
might occur in the movie?
Dispatch What do you think a geologist is and what
Dispatch: Define each volcabulary word (p. 6):
Mid-Ocean Ridge
Rift Valley
Magma
Hot Spot
Map Projections
Mercator Projection
Seamount
might a geologist do?
Popcorn Reading ps. 9-13
Pass out Books
Homework #1
Books
Biology Jeopardy
Fr 7/14
kind of jobs
Movie: The Fire Below (Mt. St. Helens)
Tu 7/18
Qs. 1-6, p. 13, 2-6 p. 14
Dispatch: Think about it P. 6, Can volcanoes form
anywhere on earth? Why or why not?
"Investigate" P. 7
We 7/19
Dispatch: Think about it P. 16, Why do different
volcanos have different shapes?
Go over homework
Investigate Demonstration p. 17
Th 7/20
Dispatch: Write and Define the Vocabulary Words
Contour Lines
Contour Interval
Topographic Map
Relief
Igneous Rock
Silica
Shield Volcano
Composite Cone (Stratovolcano)
Caldera
Popcorn Reading pgs. 19-23
Classwork #1
(10 points) Answer questions 1-5 on pgs 23-
24 under
"Understanding and Applying what You Have Learned"
Fr 7/21
Dispatch: Answer questions 1-6 under "Check Your
Understanding" on p. 23
Classwork #2
(Answer questions for 10 points) Video:
Volcano: Birth of a Mountain
ICS A Assignments
Week of: 7/24/2006 Volcanoes Continued
Week of: 7/31/2006 Volcanoes Continued
Mo 7/24
Mo 7/31
Dispatch: "Think about it" p. 26
Dispatch: Think about it? P. 33
Could material from a volcanic eruption ever
reach your community?
Popcorn Reading pgs. 28-30
Go over Quizes
Classwork #3
(10 points) Qs. 1-6 p. 30
Homework #2
Qs. 1-4 p. 31
How to make a bar graph
Classwork #4
Tu 7/25
Dispatch: Define each volcabulary word (p. 28, 30):
Lava
Lava Flow
Viscosity
Pyroclastic Flow
Lahar
Activity 4, ps. 34-35 (10 points)
Homework #3
Qs. 1-5 "Check your Understanding" p. 38
Qs. 1-3 "Understanding and Applying What
You Have Learned" p. 38
Tu 8/1
Dispatch: If you were to look for evidence of a
volcano in your community, what would you look for?
Activity #1 “Investigate” p. 24 (100 points)
Krakatoa
We 7/26
Dispatch: Define each volcabulary word (p. 36, 37,):
Tephra
Volcanic Bomb
Lapilli
Ash
Volcanic Explosivity Index
Science Jeopardy
Popcorn Reading (p. 36-38)
Classwork #4
(cont.)
We 8/2
vocabulary.
Activity 4, ps. 34-35 (10 points)
Dispatch: Write in your notebook and define
Intrusive igneous rock (plutonic igneous)
Extrusive Igneous rock
Extra Credit #1 Numbers 1, 2, or 3 under "Inquiring Further" on p.
32 (200
Th 7/27
words)
Go over Homework
Dispatch: Name the two factors that affect the
viscosity of lava and explain the effect that each has.
Popcorn Reading pgs. 47-50
Extra Credit #2
“Inquiring Further” Q. 1, pg. 52
Go over Homework
Review for Quiz
Fr 7/28
Th 8/3
Dispatch: What is your favorite movie and why?
Dispatch: "Think About It" P. 53
Activity #2 Form Discussion Group of 4 Students
(50 Points) Pick a group spokes person
Answer Qs. 1-4 Under "Investigate" ps. 54-55
Report Back to Group
Quiz
Turn in notebooks
Fr 8/4
Standard 9b, 9d, 3e
Dispatch: Write Vocabulary Word and answer question
#1 under "Check Your Understanding" p. 58
Activity #4 Group Reports
(50 Points)
Classwork #5
Movie: "The San Andreas Fault"
(10 points) Write 10 point from the movie, write 10 more
for extra credit
ICS A Assignments
Week of: 8/7/2006 Volcanoes Continued
Week of: 8/14/2006 Volcanoes Continued
Mo 8/7
Mo 8/14 Standard 9d, 3e
Dispatch: Define each volcabulary word (p. 70, 71, 73):
Crust
Mantle
Lithosphere
Asthenosphere
Global Positioning System (GPS)
Basalt
Mid-ocean Ridge
Dispatch: Define each volcabulary word (p. 91, 92, 93):
Density
Core
Thermal Convection
Go over Quizes
San Quintin Movie
Classwork #6
Popcorn Reading (p. 70-74)
Homework #5
Qs. 1-6 "Check your Understanding" p. 95
Qs. 1-5 "Understanding and Applying What
You Have Learned" pg. 96
Homework #4
Qs. 1-6 "Check your Understanding" p. 74
Qs. 1-7 "Understanding and Applying What
You Have Learned" pgs. 74-75
Tu 8/8
Continental Drift (10 points + 10 EC)
Dispatch: "Think about it" p. 64
Activity #3 Investigate P. 65 Part A
(50 points)
Tu 8/15
Standard 9d, 3e
Dispatch: "Think about it" p. 76
We 8/9
Dispatch: Define each volcabulary word (p. 80-84):
Divergent Plate Boundary
Rift Valley
Convergent Plate Boundary
Subduction
Suture Zone
Transform Plate Boundary
Transform fault
Popcorn Reading P. 80-85
Classwork #7
We 8/16 Standard 9d, 3e
Dispatch: "Think about it" pg. 107
Define Vocabulary
Pangea
Supercontinent
Paleomagnetism
Magnetite
Popcorn Reading pgs. 82-85
Finish Activity #2
Extra Credit #3 “Inquiring Further” P. 86 (150 words)
Th 8/10
Dispatch: "Think About It" P. 53
Go over homework
Go over Homework
Review for Quiz
Fr 8/11
why?
Part C, pg. 79
Extra Credit #3
Th 8/17
"Inquiring Further" pg. 86 (150 words)
Standard 9b, 9d, 3e, 3c, 3d
Science Jeopardy
Dispatch: Qs. 1 & 2 "Check your Understanding" P. 118
Dispatch: What is your favorite television show and
Activity #4 Investigate pg. 106-08
(50 points)
Quiz
Turn in notebooks
Fr 8/18
Standard 9b, 9d, 3e, 3c, 3d
Dispatch: No Dispatch
Activity #4 Investigate pg. 106-08 (cont.) (50 points)
ICS A Assignments
Week of: 8/21/2006 Volcanoes Continued
Week of: 8/28/2006 Volcanoes Continued
Mo 8/21 Dispatch: Qs. 1 & 2 "Check your Understanding" P. 118
Mo 8/28 Dispatch: Define each vocabulary term (pgs. 136-7, 152-3)
Seismometer
Seismogram
Transform fault
Subduction zone
Risk
Hazard
Activity #4 Investigate pg. 106-08
(50 points)
Homework #6
Qs. 1-7 "Understanding and Applying What
You Have Learned" pgs. 118-9
Tu 8/22
Dispatch: Define each volcabulary word (pgs. 127, 128,
130):
Earthquake
Seismic (Earthquake) Waves
Fault
Shear Strength
Elastic Rebound
Friction
Focus
Epicenter
Fault scarp
Primary wave (P wave)
Secondary wave (S wave)
Surface wave
Activity #4 Investigate pg. 106-08
(50 points)
Activity #5 Investigate pg. 106-08
(50 points)
Homework #7
Tu 8/29
Group Discussion
List as many things as you can think of that
we've learned so far this year.
We 8/30 Dispatch: List all the things you can remember that we learned
this year.
New Seat Assignments
Finish Questions from Activity
Review for Periodic Assessment
Stretch
Extra Credit
Write a report on the Earthquakes that
#6
occurred in San Francisco in both 1906 and
1989. Include information on damage to
property and human casualties, as well as the
location and magnitude of the quakes (150 words)
Go over homework
Th 8/24
Q. 2 or 3, pg. 132 (150 words)
Dispatch: Name the supercontinent that scientists
theorize existed 250 million years ago. Explain
what a "supercontinent" is why a
supercontinent could exist again in the future.
Review Vocabulary and for quiz
Science Jeopardy
Fr 8/25
Dispatch: Which type of earthquake waves travel the fastest?
Which type of earthquake waves have the most
destructive power?
Which kind of waves cannot travel through liquids?
Quiz 3
Classwork #7
Movie: Recording Earthquakes
Dispatch: Think about it P. 133
Inertia - The tendency for an object at rest…
Popcorn Reading pgs. 136-8
We 8/23 Dispatch: "Think about it" pg. 124
Extra Credit #5
Qs. 1-4 CYU, Qs. 1,3,4 UAWYHL Pg. 138-9
Th 8/31
Dispatch: None
Periodic Assessment
Fr 9/1
Dispatch: Think about it, p. 141
Classwork #8
Investigate
(10 points each)
ICS A Assignments
Monday, September 11, 2006
Monday, September 4, 2006
Labor Day Holiday!
Tuesday, September 5, 2006
Dispatch: Think about it P. 157
Popcorn Reading pgs. 163-4
Classwork #9: Investigate pg. 156-162
Homework #8: Qs. 1-4 CYU, Qs. 1-2 UAWYHL Pg. 164
Dispatch: Define the vocabulary terms on
pgs. 183-90
Transverse pulse or wave
Amplitude
Periodic Wave
Standing Wave
Crest
Wavelength
Frequency
Compression pulse or wave
Longitudinal pulse or wave
Trough
Node
Wednesday, September 6, 2006
Review Standards in this unit
Dispatch: Define the following vocabulary terms on pgs. 163 and 173
Isoseismal Map
Tsunami
Resonance
Homework #9: Qs.1. b&c through 8 pg. 192-193
(due 9/13)
Continue Classwork #9: Investigate pg. 156-162
Tuesday, September 12, 2006
Thursday, September 7, 2006
Dispatch: Think about it P. 194
Dispatch: Think about it, pg. 166
Popcorn reading pgs. 187-191
Popcorn reading pgs. 172-173
Classwork #10 - Wave Calculation Worksheet, To be finished individually (10
Points, Staple or tape into notebook)
Review for Quiz
Science Jeopardy
Wednesday, September 13, 2006
Friday, September 8, 2006
Dispatch: Think of ways that you may encounter "waves."
Dispatch: What is your favorite place in the world and why?
Go over Classwork #10
Quiz 4
Physics 151: Computerized Recitation #10
Score and turn in notebooks
Science Dollars
Go over Homework
Extra Credit #7: Do a report on waves, explaining the different types of
waves that exist in nature and how human beings may encounter them. (150
words)
Thursday, September 14, 2006
Dispatch: Do you think understanding waves will be of any value to you in
the future? Why or why not?
Go Over Homework
Go over Quizes
Friday, September 15, 2006
(Note: Students can retake Quiz 4 at lunch or afterschool)
Dispatch: Answer questions:
1. What is the spead (velocity) of a wave with a frequency of 10 Hz and a
wavelength of 1 meter?
2. What is the frequency of a wave with a speed of 10 m/s and a wavelength
of 20 meters?
Finish going over homework
ICS A Assignments
Monday, September 18, 2006
Monday, September 25, 2006
Dispatch: Think about it, pg. 201, Look up Vocaubulary word on pg. 196:
Pitch
Homework #10: Physics to go pg. 207-8 (due 9/20)
Dispatch: "What do you Think?," pg. 216, Look up Vocaubulary word on pgs.
217 and 218:
Normal
Ray
Angle of Incidence
Angle of Reflection
Image
Reflection
Tuesday, September 19, 2006
Go over Quiz 5
Dispatch: Sound and music practice problems
Homework #10: Write a report on lasers. Include the history of their
discovery and the principles of how they operate. You may include
information from a variety of sources. The report however, must be done in
your own words and not copied directly from any source, including other
students. (150 words, due 9/27)
Demonstration: Using vibrating strings to make sounds.
Activity #6 (25 points): For you to do, pg. 202
Problem 2
Making sounds video
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
Tuesday, September 26, 2006
Dispatch: "What do you think," pg. 210, Look up vocabulary terms on pg.
212:
Resistor
Capacitor
Dispatch: Question 6 on pg. 222
Activity #7 (25 points): "For You To Do," pg. 217
Go over Homework
Wednesday, September 27, 2006
Go over Grades
Extra Credit #8: Do a report on how sound is recorded on CDs and/or
magnetic tape. (150 words)
Dispatch: "What do you Think?," pg. 223, Look up Vocaubulary word on pg.
224:
Focus
Focal Length
Thursday, September 21, 2006
Go over Homework
Dispatch: Determine the following
Finish Activity #7
1. The speed of a wave with a frequency 12 Hz and a wavelength of 3.5
meters.
2. The wavelength of a wave with a frequency of 100 Hz and a speed of 50
m/s.
Extra Credit #9: Research how a common optical device works. Examples
would be video cameras, microscopes, telescopes, video projectors or any
other devices the use lens (150 words, due 9/29)
Review for Quiz
Thursday, September 28, 2006
Science Jeopardy
Dispatch: Physics to Go, Pg. 221, Qs. 1,2,3
Friday, September 22, 2006
Activity #8 (25 points): "For You To Do," pg. 224
Dispatch: Have you ever had a favorite pet? If so, write about it. If no, why
not?
Friday, September 29, 2006
Quiz 5 - Waves, Pitch and Sound
Score and turn in notebooks
Extra Credit Project: Propose to Mr. Adolfo a project you want to do for up
to 100 points extra credit. Example would be a poster, a model, a video, a
written report, or another of your chosing as long as Mr. Adolfo agrees.
Project must be completed by October 13, 2006.
(Note: Students can make up Quiz 5 during lunch or after school)
Dispatch: "What do you Think?," pg. 230, Look up Vocaubulary word on pg.
232:
Activity #8 cont. (25 points): "For You To Do," pg. 224