Using your Science Notebook notes and information from the video (see below), write a thesis statement (claim) about magnets and/or magnetism. Support your thinking with evidence from both your notes and the video.
Select a teenfeatured in the Time For Kids feature then, in paragraph form, state what you thinks makes that person influential and support your thinking with evidence from the text. Be specific and clear with your response.
Read the article and opposite opinions in the link below. Then, decide which side you are on: are you for the use of cell phones in national parks, or are you against it?
In your response, state your claim, support it with evidence from the article and include reasoning. Think carefully about your response before submitting it. Keepin in mind our Choosing Wisely lessons - every decision we make impacts others...
Select a biome from the What is a Biome? book. Using the link below, read about your biome. Make a claim about the biome, provide evidence to support your claim as well as reasoning that includes scientific information that you already know.
Yesterday you observed both Darkling Beetles and isopods. Today, you will read an article about each of these animals adding details to your Venn diagram that help you to compare and contrast them. Remember, if you make an entry on one side of the Venn Diagram, you must balance it with an entry on the opposite side, unless of course it is a feature shared by both.
Click on the Environments button below to
Today you will be visiting at least three of the eight websites available through the link below. Using the Connect- Extend-Challenge thinking routine, respond to the information provided on the websites.
How does this information connect to what you already know?
What new information or ideas did you see that extended your learning or caused
you to stretch your thinking?
What challenges, puzzles, or questions come to mind?
First, watch the video, Electric Circuits on Brainpop.
Then, read the two-page article on Electric Circuits.
While watching the video and reading the article make sure to take notes
that will help you respond to the question. Use a T chart to help keep all of your ideas
and thoughts organized.
Make a claim that answers the question -
How does electricity travel through an electric circuit?
Be sure to include evidence from both the video and the article to support your claim.
Read the article titled "Waiting For Change", then read the second short informational selection titled "A Penny's Worth" that follows it. Respond to the question - Should the United States continue to use pennies? Use the Claim, Evidence, Reasoning format to respond. Write your response in your Thinking Journal first, then type it into the blog.
Explain how the Wampanoag attitude toward the Pilgrims changed from when the Pilgrims first landed to after the Thanksgiving feast. Use a least two details from the interview with Fast Turtle to support your thinking.