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Agenda for Wednesday, Feb. 12th, 2014
Cold Call 11-4, 11-3, 11-2, 11-1
11-2 Quiz Code: period 2: period 6: period 9:
Thatquiz Update
Lesson 11-2 "What are the layers of the atmosphere?" Lesson/Worksheet
Video: BBC Wild Weather - Atmosphere
Video Clip: "Twister"
Key Terms:
parallel:
horizontal lines on a map
latitude:
distance in degrees north or south of the equator
meridian:
vertical lines on a map
longitude:
distance in degrees east or west of the prime meridian
Notes:
_________________________________
_________________________________
http://www.thatquiz.org/
Quiz Codes
Period 2: (1.2New) PVNKY1OK, (1.3New) 9RJ5ZCFB,
(1.4) UTNYLIC2, (1.5) OVK67T5G, (1.6) LWEWKI94,
(1.7) F3RBI691, (1-8) RB6C2ZLE, (1-9) AW1UUTT4, (17-1) JTNPKF9F
Period 6: (1.2New) JK8I5QN7, (1.3New) FYZIORFM
(1.4) E6G5O1UX, (1.5) U6BLCU4I, (1.6) Z2MK8SDK, (1.7) 9M7B2HYV, (1-8) Z4QMI48Y, (1-9) SSWF7AA9,
(17-1) XWXJ5Y92
Period 9: (1.2New) I9L2IMZZ, (1.3New) UFF1RPI3
(1.4) EXCXALN9, (1.5) WW72RUEH, (1.6) IJJKMBEM, (1.7) FDAYMLHK, (1-8) BPHC8KAI, (1-9) ZP5SDF3Y, (17-1) TOS5491F
Agenda:
Quiz Codes for MP2
Period 2: (1.2New) PVNKY1OK, (1.3New) 9RJ5ZCFB
Period 6: (1.2New) JK8I5QN7, (1.3New) FYZIORFM
Period 9: (1.2New) I9L2IMZZ, (1.3New) UFF1RPI3
Cold Call (1.2 and 1.3--parts/structure of Earth)
CCSS - share source/proof of answer
1.3 Worksheet "What is the structure of Earth?"
"Analyzing Earth's Layers" worksheet 1.2
Key Terms
sphere
lithosphere
hydrosphere
atmosphere
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Friday, Sept. 4th; 2014
Aim: Is my ESRT important?
Why is my ESRT important?
1 Copy for your records
1 fresh copy during Regents Exams
Can write on your copy
Expected to always have it
http://www.thatquiz.org/
Quiz Codes
Period 2: (1.1) Y2YPDZMA, (1.2) W9IIIIXU
(1.3) S29LPEYU, (1.4) LE4KQPRS, (1.5) 5NTJ9NBT
Period 6: (1.1) X67Q45JA, (1.2) 66JH4BCS
(1.3) IZJ53LTC, (1.4) VFDXU4UA, (1.5) PN2SLTVT
Period 9: (1.1) D49OYD82, (1.2) 763FTJDT
(1.3) 46373NHY, (1.4) GA2GEPKJ, (1.5) LMK9QL34
COLD CALL
1.1: 4 Parts of Earth Science
1.2: Low vs. High Inference Observations
1.3 Scientific Method
1.4 Length and Area: Metric System (meter)
1.5 Mass and Weight (kilogram)
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date _________________________
Aim:
What are the main parts of Earth
? (1.2)
Checking Concepts
1. ...lithosphere
2. ...atmosphere
3. ...hydrosphere
4. ...sphere
5. ...97%
6. ...7
7. ...3
8a. Australia
8b. Asia
Continents-- from large to small in size
#1 Asia - (44,579,000 sq km)
#2 Africa - (30,065,000 sq km)
#3 North America - (24,256,000 sq km)
#4 South America - (17,819,000 sq km)
#5 Antarctica - (13,209,000 sq km)
#6 Europe - (9,938,000 sq km)
#7 Australia/Oceania - (7,687,000 sq km)
1.2 Worksheet (10 minutes/work with partner)
A.
1. What is the lithosphere?
2. What is the hydrosphere?
3. What is the atmosphere?
B. Which part of Earth is each of the following?
1. Mountains
2. Nitrogen
3. Ice caps
4. Rivers
5. Continents
6. Oxygen
7. Oceans
Skills Challenge Label the Continents

Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date _________________________
Aim: What is the structure of Earth? (1.3)
Key Terms
crust
mantle
core
Balut
ESRT Pg.10
oblate spheroid
Checking Concepts
1...the continents
2...iron
3...crust
4. ...12,756 km
5...mantle (2900 km), outer core, inner core, crust
6. ocean crust, thinner
7. crust
1.3 Worksheet Expectations
Find the answer--share proof with partner
Label Earth's Layers 1-11 (10 mins)
Calculation 1, 2a, 2b, 2c, 2d (5 mins)

Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date _________________________
Aim: Why is our Earth unique?
Our objectives:
master Cornell note-taking
master concept of note-taking rubric
We will verify our mastery by:
providing a note-taking sample for grading
sharing our knowledge with our partners
rubric for note-taking
view sample
create my own on a sheet of paper
submit my own work for 10 points
Activity: In full sentences (IFS), share 7 observations about "IMAX Blue Planet"
(7pts)
Summary: Our Earth is special because ______
__________________________________________________
__________________________________________________
1. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
2. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
3. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
4. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
5. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
6. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
7. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
Key Words
_____

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_____

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1 pt
Rubric
1 pt
1 pt
7 pts
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date _________________________
Aim: Can physical conditions on Earth change?
Activity: In full sentences (IFS), share 7 supporting observations
Summary: Physical conditions on earth ______ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________
1. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
2. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
3. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
4. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
5. ___________________________________________________
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6. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
7. ___________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
Key Words
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1 pt
Rubric
1 pt
1 pt
7 pts
static
dynamic
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date _________________________
Aim: How is Earth layered?
Summary: List and provide depth and makeup of all the layers of the Earth
1. _____________________________________________________________________
2. _____________________________________________________________________
3.______________________________________________________________________
Key Words
_____

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Tuesday, October 22nd; 2013
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date _____________________
Aim: What are maps? (1.4)
Summary: Maps are____________________________________________

____________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________
Cues
_____

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_____

_____
Tuesday, October 22nd; 2013
Definitions:
globe: three-dimensional model of Earth’s surface
map: flat model of Earth’s surface
distortion: error in shape, size, or distance
Notes:
_________________________________
_________________________________
_________________________________
crust, p. 20, fig. 1.9
Upper mantle, p. 20, fig. 1.9
Lower mantle, p. 20, fig. 1-9
Outer core, p. 20, fig. 1.9
Inner core, p. 20, fig. 1.9
CCSS-Defend your answers
core, key terms
mantle, p. 20
crust, p. 20
crust, p. 20
mantle, p. 20
core, p. 21

6,520
Solving % algebraically
% vs. #
x 70 km
100 6,520
70,000 = 6,520x

70,000 / 6520 = x

10.7631 = x
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date _____________________
Aim: What is a map projection? (1.5)
Summary:
The 3 types of map projections are: _______________, ______________, and ______________________.
The map projection we mostly use is the _________________.
Cues
_____

_____

_____

_____
Wednesday, October 23rd; 2013
Definitions:
map projection: drawing of Earth’s surface, or part of it, on a flat surface
The 3 types of map projections are:
Mercator, Polar, and Conic
Notes:
_________________________________
_________________________________
_________________________________
crust, p. 20, fig. 1.9
Upper mantle, p. 20, fig. 1.9
Lower mantle, p. 20, fig. 1-9
Outer core, p. 20, fig. 1.9
Inner core, p. 20, fig. 1.9
CCSS-Defend your answers
core, key terms
mantle, p. 20
crust, p. 20
crust, p. 20
mantle, p. 20
core, p. 21

6,520 km
Solving % algebraically
% vs. #
x 70 km
100 6,520
70,000 = 6,520x

70,000 / 6520 = x

10.7631 = x
azimuth
10.7% (11%)
44.47% (45%)
34.5% (35%)
19.93% (20%)

projection
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary:
Why do we use latitudes and longitudes?
_____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________
Cues
_____

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_____

_____
Friday, October 25th; 2013
crust, p. 20, fig. 1.9
Upper mantle, p. 20, fig. 1.9
Lower mantle, p. 20, fig. 1-9
Outer core, p. 20, fig. 1.9
Inner core, p. 20, fig. 1.9
core, key terms
mantle, p. 20
crust, p. 20
crust, p. 20
mantle, p. 20
core, p. 21

6,520 km
Solving % algebraically
% vs. #
x 70 km
100 6,520
70,000 = 6,520x

70,000 / 6520 = x

10.7631 = x
10.7% (11%)
44.47% (45%)
34.5% (35%)
19.93% (20%)

equator,not Ecuador
Greenwhich
CCSS-Defend your answers
Agenda
Cold Call 1.4, 1.5, 1.6
1.6 Mini-review
1.6 Labsheet A/B (1 hr)
Aim: What are latitude and longitude? (1.6)
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary: _______________________________
__________________________________________
Aim: How I exactly know where I am (on Earth)? 1.6
Cues
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary: _______________________________
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
Wednesday, October 30th; 2013
K
L
Unit 4
Fossil Record

Aim: How do you read a map ? (1.7)
CUES
1 pt
Agenda:
Cold Call (1-5, 1-6)
Lesson 1-7 (Cornell)
Map Activity--side 2
1 pt
1 pt
Key Terms
1. scale:
feature that relates distances on a map
2. symbol
: drawing on a map that represents a real object
3. legend:
list of map symbols and their meaning
Notes: ______________________________
______________________________________
________________________________
1 pt
1 pt
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
A topographic map is a map that ________
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
Aim: What is a topographic map ? (1.8)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
Key Terms
1. elevation:
height of a point on Earth above or below sea level

(0 feet)
2. topography
: general form and shape of the land on Earth's surface
3. contour line:
line drawn on a map that connects all points having the same elevation
Notes: ______________________________
______________________________________
________________________________
1 pt
1 pt
Wednesday, November 6th; 2013
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Homework 11-1
Thinking Critically
How can the condition of asthma be triggered by particles suspended in air?
Tuesday, January 21st; 2014
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
In order to read a topographic map, a student needs to
_________________________
___________________________________________
Aim: How do you read a topographic map? (1.9)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
Key Terms
1. contour interval:
difference in elevation between 1 contour line and the next
Quiz 1.8 Code
Period 2: RB6C2ZLE
;
Period 6 Z4QMI48Y
;
Period 9: BPHC8KAI
Notes: ______________________________
______________________________________
______________________________________
1 pt
1 pt
Thursday, November 7th; 2013
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary:
The solar system ___________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
Aim:
What is the solar system? (17.1)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
Key Terms
1.
solar system:
Sun and all the objects that orbit the Sun
2.
nebula
: cloud of gas and dust in space
3.
orbit
: curved path of 1 object around another object in space
Quiz Codes
Period 2: (1-9) AW1UUTT4, (17-1) JTNPKF9F
Period 6: (1-9) SSWF7AA9, (17-1) XWXJ5Y92
Period 9: (1-9) ZP5SDF3Y, (17-1) TOS5491F
Notes: ______________________________________
_____________________________________________
1 pt
1 pt
Tuesday, November 12th; 2013
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary:
Are orbits 'normal'? Explain. ________________________________
___________________________________________
Aim:
What do we know about orbits? (17.2)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
Key Terms
1.
ellipse:
flattened circle, or oval
2.
perihelion
: point in a planet's orbit at which it is closest to the Sun
3.
aphelion
: point in a planet's orbit at which it is farthest from the Sun
Quiz Codes
Period 2: (17-1) JTNPKF9F, (17-2) HUOAOR1U
Period 6: (17-1) XWXJ5Y92, (17-2) MUH65OB7
Period 9: (17-1) TOS5491F, (17-2) 1HISXE4D
Notes: ______________________________________
_____________________________________________
1 pt
1 pt
Friday, November 14th; 2013
http://www.theguardian.com/film/video/2013/sep/06/gravity-trailer-video
http://lasp.colorado.edu/education/outerplanets/orbit_simulator/
http://www.solarsystemscope.com/
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary:
Is our moon special? Explain Why or Why not. ______________
___________________________________________
Aim:
What do we know about Earth's moon? (17.3)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
Key Terms
1.
mare,
pl
. maria:
broad, flat plain on the Moon's surface
2.
crater
: round hole on the Moon's surface
Quiz Codes
Period 2: (17-1) JTNPKF9F, (17-2) HUOAOR1U
Period 6: (17-1) XWXJ5Y92, (17-2) MUH65OB7
Period 9: (17-1) TOS5491F, (17-2) 1HISXE4D
Notes: _________________________________________
________________________________________________
1 pt
1 pt
Tuesday, November 19th; 2013
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary:
Is our moon special? Explain Why or Why not. ______________
___________________________________________
Aim:
? (17.4)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
Key Terms
1.
mare,
pl
. maria:
broad, flat plain on the Moon's surface
2.
crater
: round hole on the Moon's surface
Quiz Codes
Period 2: (17-1) JTNPKF9F, (17-2) HUOAOR1U
Period 6: (17-1) XWXJ5Y92, (17-2) MUH65OB7
Period 9: (17-1) TOS5491F, (17-2) 1HISXE4D
Notes: _________________________________________
________________________________________________
1 pt
1 pt
Wednesday, November 20th; 2013
Evaluative Exit Ticket for 17-4
A student states that Earth is a natural satellite of the Sun. How would you reply?
Record your answer in the lesson's summary.
Evaluative Exit Ticket for 17-4
A student tells you that Earth's moon is very different when compared to the other moons in our Solar System. How do you respond? Write your answer in the 'summary
.'
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary:
Is our moon special?
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
Aim:
? What are the others moons in the solar system (17.4)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
Key Terms
1.
satellite:
natural or artificial object orbiting another body is space
Quiz Codes
Period 2: (17-1) JTNPKF9F, (17-2) HUOAOR1U
(17-3) LG1PEDYB, (17-4) K4EAS1ET
Period 6: (17-1) XWXJ5Y92, (17-2) MUH65OB7,
(17-3) YEM7MZ4A, (17-4) O472WRQL
Period 9: (17-1) TOS5491F, (17-2) 1HISXE4D
(17-3) YJG3LPFX, (17-4) 7EWE7GP2
1 pt
1 pt
Tuesday, November 26th; 2013
Notes: ________________________________________
_______________________________________________
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket: Could the moons in the solar system provide us with a new home? Explain.
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
Aim:
How are moons in our solar system different from one another?
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
Activity: Record 7 observations
1. ______________________________________
2. ______________________________________
3. ______________________________________
4. ______________________________________
5. ______________________________________
6. ______________________________________
7. _____________________________________
7 pts
Friday, December 6th; 2013
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
What do we know about Mercury, Venus, and Earth (17.5)?
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
Aim:
What do we know about Mercury, Venus, and Earth (17.5)?
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
Objective: I can identify the basic features of the 3 innermost planets.
4 pts
Monday, December 9th; 2013
Activity: Read the lesson, answer the following, show source (CCSS):
1. What are the 3 innermost planets?
____________________________________________________
2. What does the surface of the Mercury look like?
____________________________________________________
3. What gas in the atmosphere makes the surface of Venus so hot?
____________________________________________________
4. Which inner planet has liquid water?
____________________________________________________
Evaluative Exit Ticket for 17-5
The Inner Planets are known also by their composition. Elaborate on the composition and which planet is not mentioned in the lesson. Write your answer in the 'summary
.'
17-5 Quiz Codes:
Per. 2: X29WHFYG ;
Per. 6: 5TCVXT5F
; and
Per. 9: 9B9N9JUL
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
Should we consider Mars a place of future colonization? Explain.
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
Aim:
What do we know about Mars (17.6)?
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
Objective:
I can describe features of the planet Mars.
4 pts
Tuesday, December 10th; 2013
Activity: Read the lesson, answer the following, show source (CCSS):
1. What causes the huge dust storms on Mars?
2. How are Mars and Earth similar?
3. How does the Vallis Marineris on Mars and the Grand Canyon on Earth compare in size?
4. Why do we think water might exist on Mars?
5. If Mars once had water, what might have happened to it?
6. Could humans live on Mars? How?
17-5 Quiz Codes:
Per. 2: X29WHFYG ;
Per. 6: 5TCVXT5F
; and
Per. 9: 9B9N9JUL
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
Between asteroids and meteoroids, which represents a danger to us? Explain. ________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
Aim
: What are asteroids and meteoroids (17.7)?
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objective:
I can compare asteroids, meteoroids, meteors, and meteorites.
Wednesday, December 11th; 2013
Thatquiz.org codes:
Per. 2: (17-5) X29WHFYG, (17-6) 9C5MRDE9 ;
Per. 6: (17-5) 5TCVXT5F, (17-6) PTHGHOPI
;
Per. 9: (17-5) 9B9N9JUL, (17-6) 1VRSQBHZ
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
Can we someday hope to inhabit Jupiter and Saturn? Explain.
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
Aim:
What do we know about Jupiter and Saturn (17.8)?
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
Objective: I can identify some features of Jupiter and Saturn.
Friday, December 13th; 2013
Activity: Read the lesson, answer the following,
show source (CCSS):
1. The largest planet in our solar system is: ___________________
2. The second largest planet in our solar system is: ___________
3. Jupiter's mass is more than ____________________ the mass of the other planets put together.
4. Jupiter is made up mostly of ___________________ and helium.
5. The Great Red Spot is caused by steam and _________________
rising into Jupiter's atmosphere.
Key Term
rift: valley caused by crack in the crust of a planet
http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/videos/
B. Key Terms:
1.
aste
roid:
large chunk of rock or metal that orbits the Sun (not a Comet)
2. meteoroid:
small piece of rock or metal that travels through space
3. meteor:
rock or metal that enters Earth's atmosphere
4. meteorite:
piece of rock or metal that falls on a planet or moon's surface
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-21470205
http://www.theguardian.com/science/video/2013/aug/13/perseids-meteor-shower-timelapse-video
Willamette Meteorite, The Willamette Meteorite is thought to be the iron core of a planet that shattered in a stellar collision billions of years ago, then crashed into the Earth. Known as Tomanowos to the Clackamas, the meteorite was thought to heal and give power to tribal members. AMNH since 1906.
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
What do we know about Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto (17.9)?
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
Aim:
What do we know about Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto (17.9)?
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
Objective:
I can identify some features of Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.
Monday, December 16th; 2013
Activity: Read the lesson, answer the following, show source (CCSS):
1. What is the most unusual feature of Uranus?
2. How is Neptune similar to Uranus?
3. How long does Neptune take to complete 1 orbit around the Sun?
4. Which was the last planet Voyager 2 visited?
Paragraph 9:"...brings it inside the orbit of Neptune."
Thatquiz.org codes:
Per. 2: (17-5) X29WHFYG, (17-6) 9C5MRDE9, (17-7) BRR38ZVW, (17-8) S8V5CQA8
Per. 6: (17-5) 5TCVXT5F, (17-6) PTHGHOPI, (17-7) S2RUSYG6, (17-8) 97HJUAC1
Per. 9: (17-5) 9B9N9JUL, (17-6) 1VRSQBHZ, (17-7) CQVCILVK, (17-8) UWDDXRFE
Jupiter Collision
http://missionjuno.swri.edu/jupiter/collisions
Europa
http://www.space.com/23924-europa-surface-comet-collision-clay-discovery.html
Cassini on Saturn
http://www.space.com/21834-fly-through-space-photos-in-saturn-s-rings-video.html
http://www.space.com/17898-uranus-and-neptune-the-mysterious-outer-giants-video.html
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
What is a comet (17.10)?
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
Aim:
What is a comet (17.10)?
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can explain what a comet is and identify its features.
Wednesday, December 18th; 2013
Thatquiz.org codes:
Per. 2: (17-5) X29WHFYG, (17-6) 9C5MRDE9, (17-7) BRR38ZVW, (17-8) S8V5CQA8, (17-9) 63LGVPFE
Per. 6: (17-5) 5TCVXT5F, (17-6) PTHGHOPI, (17-7) S2RUSYG6, (17-8) 97HJUAC1, (17-9) T5ENPC74
Per. 9: (17-5) 9B9N9JUL, (17-6) 1VRSQBHZ, (17-7) CQVCILVK, (17-8) UWDDXRFE, (17-9) D9FX11M5
B. Key Terms
1. comet:
lump of ice, frozen gas, and dust that orbits the Sun
2. nucleus:
head or solid part of a comet
3. coma:
gas cloud that surrounds the nucleus of a comet
4. tail:
long, ribbonlike trail of comet dust and gas
Paragraph 5: "...the comet moves back into deep space and..."
Checking Concepts Q3: "The Oort Cloud is found outside the orbit of ..."
http://www.space.com/23795-comet-ison-s-ghost-seen-by-two-spacecraft-videomet_ison_ghost_stereo_soho.html
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
How are stars formed (18.1)?
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
Aim:
How are stars formed (18.1)?
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can describe how stars form. I also can name some characteristics of stars.
Thursday, January 2nd; 2013
Thatquiz.org codes:
Per. 2: (17-5) X29WHFYG, (17-6) 9C5MRDE9, (17-7) BRR38ZVW, (17-8) S8V5CQA8, (17-9) 63LGVPFE, (17-10) UKEY5YRQ
Per. 6: (17-5) 5TCVXT5F, (17-6) PTHGHOPI, (17-7) S2RUSYG6, (17-8) 97HJUAC1, (17-9) T5ENPC74, (17-10) NFBYGCZP
Per. 9: (17-5) 9B9N9JUL, (17-6) 1VRSQBHZ, (17-7) CQVCILVK, (17-8) UWDDXRFE, (17-9) D9FX11M5, (17-10) ELYD6RWL
B. Key Terms
1.
star:
ball of gases that gives off light and heat
2.
nebula:
cloud of gas and dust in space
3.
protostar:
dense material in the center of a nebula that is about to become a star
4.
binary star
: 2 stars that revolve around each other
5.
star cluster
: large group of stars that travel together through space
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
How is spectroscopy used to study stars? (18.2) __________________________________________________________
Aim:
How is spectroscopy used to study stars? (18.2)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can describe how astronomers use spectroscopy to study stars .
Wednesday, January 8th; 2013
Thatquiz.org codes:
Per. 2: (17-5) X29WHFYG, (17-6) 9C5MRDE9, (17-7) BRR38ZVW, (17-8) S8V5CQA8, (17-9) 63LGVPFE, (17-10) UKEY5YRQ, (18-1) LJXGSDL5, (18-2) 3NGH1VD4
Per. 6: (17-5) 5TCVXT5F, (17-6) PTHGHOPI, (17-7) S2RUSYG6, (17-8) 97HJUAC1, (17-9) T5ENPC74, (17-10) NFBYGCZP, (18-1) ZU851B8G, (18-2) EG7UHTA7
Per. 9: (17-5) 9B9N9JUL, (17-6) 1VRSQBHZ, (17-7) CQVCILVK, (17-8) UWDDXRFE, (17-9) D9FX11M5, (17-10) ELYD6RWL, (18-1) D33O6ILM, (18-2) KM463TR7
B. Key Terms
1.
spectrum:
pattern of different colors of light coming from an object.
2.
spectrograph:
device that measures the spectrum of an object.
3.
spectroscopy:
study of light coming from objects in space.
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
How are apparent and absolute magnitude different? (18.3) __________________________________________________________
Aim:
What is magnitude? (18.3)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can compare apparent magnitude and absolute magnitude.
Wednesday, January 15th; 2013
Thatquiz.org codes:
Per. 2: (17-5) X29WHFYG, (17-6) 9C5MRDE9, (17-7) BRR38ZVW, (17-8) S8V5CQA8, (17-9) 63LGVPFE, (17-10) UKEY5YRQ, (18-1) LJXGSDL5, (18-2) 3NGH1VD4
Per. 6: (17-5) 5TCVXT5F, (17-6) PTHGHOPI, (17-7) S2RUSYG6, (17-8) 97HJUAC1, (17-9) T5ENPC74, (17-10) NFBYGCZP, (18-1) ZU851B8G, (18-2) EG7UHTA7
Per. 9: (17-5) 9B9N9JUL, (17-6) 1VRSQBHZ, (17-7) CQVCILVK, (17-8) UWDDXRFE, (17-9) D9FX11M5, (17-10) ELYD6RWL, (18-1) D33O6ILM, (18-2) KM463TR7
B. Key Terms
1.
magnitude:
way to measure a star's brightness.
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
How are stars classified? (18.4) __________________________________________________________
Aim:
How are stars classified? (18.4)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can explain how the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram is used to classify stars.
Wednesday, January 15th; 2014
Thatquiz.org codes:
Per. 2: (17-5) X29WHFYG, (17-6) 9C5MRDE9, (17-7) BRR38ZVW, (17-8) S8V5CQA8, (17-9) 63LGVPFE, (17-10) UKEY5YRQ, (18-1) LJXGSDL5, (18-2) 3NGH1VD4, (18-3) MT8RJ4SG, (18-4) BLZRFFAW
Per. 6: (17-5) 5TCVXT5F, (17-6) PTHGHOPI, (17-7) S2RUSYG6, (17-8) 97HJUAC1, (17-9) T5ENPC74, (17-10) NFBYGCZP, (18-1) ZU851B8G, (18-2) EG7UHTA7, (18-3) 23SM46VQ, (18-4) TVBODHRY
Per. 9: (17-5) 9B9N9JUL, (17-6) 1VRSQBHZ, (17-7) CQVCILVK, (17-8) UWDDXRFE, (17-9) D9FX11M5, (17-10) ELYD6RWL, (18-1) D33O6ILM, (18-2) KM463TR7, (18-3) WIRL6W4K, (18-4) PRLG2JDG
B. Key Terms
1. main sequence star:
star that falls within a long, narrow, diagonal band across the H-R diagram
2. red giant:
large, bright star that is fairly cool,
3. supergiant:
very large and very bright star,
4. white dwarf
: very small, hot star
http://science.discovery.com/tv-shows/wonders-with-brian-cox/videos/wonders-of-the-universe-dying-stars.htm
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
What is air? (11.1) __________________________________________________________
Aim:
What is air? (11.1)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can describe air as matter, and I can identify and describe the main gases in air.
Tuesday, January 21st; 2014
Thatquiz.org codes:
Per. 2: (17-5) X29WHFYG, (17-6) 9C5MRDE9, (17-7) BRR38ZVW, (17-8) S8V5CQA8, (17-9) 63LGVPFE, (17-10) UKEY5YRQ, (18-1) LJXGSDL5, (18-2) 3NGH1VD4, (18-3) MT8RJ4SG, (18-4) BLZRFFAW
Per. 6: (17-5) 5TCVXT5F, (17-6) PTHGHOPI, (17-7) S2RUSYG6, (17-8) 97HJUAC1, (17-9) T5ENPC74, (17-10) NFBYGCZP, (18-1) ZU851B8G, (18-2) EG7UHTA7, (18-3) 23SM46VQ, (18-4) TVBODHRY
Per. 9: (17-5) 9B9N9JUL, (17-6) 1VRSQBHZ, (17-7) CQVCILVK, (17-8) UWDDXRFE, (17-9) D9FX11M5, (17-10) ELYD6RWL, (18-1) D33O6ILM, (18-2) KM463TR7, (18-3) WIRL6W4K, (18-4) PRLG2JDG
B. Key Terms
1. matter:
anything that has mass and volume
2. atmosphere:
envelope of gases that surrounds Earth
3. cellular respiration:
process by which a cell releases energy from food molecules
The particles suspended in air may worsen asthma because...
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
List the 4 layers of the atmosphere? (11.2) __________________________________________________________
Aim:
What are the layers of the atmosphere? (11.2)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can name and describe the layers of the atmosphere.
Friday, January 24th; 2014
Thatquiz.org codes:
Per. 2: (17-5) X29WHFYG, (17-6) 9C5MRDE9, (17-7) BRR38ZVW, (17-8) S8V5CQA8, (17-9) 63LGVPFE, (17-10) UKEY5YRQ, (18-1) LJXGSDL5, (18-2) 3NGH1VD4, (18-3) MT8RJ4SG, (18-4) BLZRFFAW
Per. 6: (17-5) 5TCVXT5F, (17-6) PTHGHOPI, (17-7) S2RUSYG6, (17-8) 97HJUAC1, (17-9) T5ENPC74, (17-10) NFBYGCZP, (18-1) ZU851B8G, (18-2) EG7UHTA7, (18-3) 23SM46VQ, (18-4) TVBODHRY
Per. 9: (17-5) 9B9N9JUL, (17-6) 1VRSQBHZ, (17-7) CQVCILVK, (17-8) UWDDXRFE, (17-9) D9FX11M5, (17-10) ELYD6RWL, (18-1) D33O6ILM, (18-2) KM463TR7, (18-3) WIRL6W4K, (18-4) PRLG2JDG
B. Key Terms
1. troposphere:

lowest layer of the atmosphere - where "weather" takes place (Regents*)
2. stratosphere:

second layer of the atmosphere
3. mesosphere:

third layer of the atmosphere
4. thermosphere:
upper layer of the atmosphere
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
List the 4 layers of the atmosphere? (11.2) __________________________________________________________
Aim:
Can we obtain temperature conversions? (Lab)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can convert temperature units using my ESRT.
Tuesday, February 4th; 2014
Thatquiz.org codes:
Per. 2: (17-5) X29WHFYG, (17-6) 9C5MRDE9, (17-7) BRR38ZVW, (17-8) S8V5CQA8, (17-9) 63LGVPFE, (17-10) UKEY5YRQ, (18-1) LJXGSDL5, (18-2) 3NGH1VD4, (18-3) MT8RJ4SG, (18-4) BLZRFFAW
Per. 6: (17-5) 5TCVXT5F, (17-6) PTHGHOPI, (17-7) S2RUSYG6, (17-8) 97HJUAC1, (17-9) T5ENPC74, (17-10) NFBYGCZP, (18-1) ZU851B8G, (18-2) EG7UHTA7, (18-3) 23SM46VQ, (18-4) TVBODHRY
Per. 9: (17-5) 9B9N9JUL, (17-6) 1VRSQBHZ, (17-7) CQVCILVK, (17-8) UWDDXRFE, (17-9) D9FX11M5, (17-10) ELYD6RWL, (18-1) D33O6ILM, (18-2) KM463TR7, (18-3) WIRL6W4K, (18-4) PRLG2JDG
B. Key Terms
1. troposphere:

lowest layer of the atmosphere - where "weather" takes place (Regents*)
2. stratosphere:

second layer of the atmosphere
3. mesosphere:

third layer of the atmosphere
4. thermosphere:
upper layer of the atmosphere
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
Why is our atmosphere divided into layers? (Lab) __________________________________________________________
Aim:
Why is our atmosphere divided into layers? (Lab)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can convert temperature units using my ESRT.
Friday, February 7th; 2014
Thatquiz.org codes:
Per. 2: (17-5) X29WHFYG, (17-6) 9C5MRDE9, (17-7) BRR38ZVW, (17-8) S8V5CQA8, (17-9) 63LGVPFE, (17-10) UKEY5YRQ, (18-1) LJXGSDL5, (18-2) 3NGH1VD4, (18-3) MT8RJ4SG, (18-4) BLZRFFAW
Per. 6: (17-5) 5TCVXT5F, (17-6) PTHGHOPI, (17-7) S2RUSYG6, (17-8) 97HJUAC1, (17-9) T5ENPC74, (17-10) NFBYGCZP, (18-1) ZU851B8G, (18-2) EG7UHTA7, (18-3) 23SM46VQ, (18-4) TVBODHRY
Per. 9: (17-5) 9B9N9JUL, (17-6) 1VRSQBHZ, (17-7) CQVCILVK, (17-8) UWDDXRFE, (17-9) D9FX11M5, (17-10) ELYD6RWL, (18-1) D33O6ILM, (18-2) KM463TR7, (18-3) WIRL6W4K, (18-4) PRLG2JDG
B. Key Terms
1. troposphere:

lowest layer of the atmosphere - where "weather" takes place (Regents*)
2. stratosphere:

second layer of the atmosphere
3. mesosphere:

third layer of the atmosphere
4. thermosphere:
upper layer of the atmosphere
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
How is Earth's surface heated? (11-3) ___________________________________________________
Aim:
How is Earth's surface heated? (11-3)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can convert describe how energy from the Sun warms Earth's surface.
Monday, February 10th; 2014
CCLS data sources:
11-3 Lesson sources:
1. para. 2 ____________
2. para. 2 ____________
3. para. 3 ____________
4. para. 6 ____________

11-3 Worksheet sources
Part A:
1. _______________, para 2.
2. _______________, para. 2
3. _______________, para. 2
4. __________, para. 3
5. __________, para. 6
6. __________, para. 6


B. Key Terms
1. radiant energy:

energy given off by the Sun that can travel through empty space.
2. radiation:

movement of the Sun's energy through empty space
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
How does heat move through the atmosphere? (11-4) ___________________________________________________
Aim:
How does heat move through the atmosphere? (11-4)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can explain how the atmosphere is heated.
Wednesday, February 12th; 2014
CCLS data sources:
11-4 Worksheet - Part A:
1. para. 3 ____________
2. para. 7 ____________
3. para. 6 ____________
4. para. 2 ____________
5. para. 7 ____________
Part B:
1. Para. 7 ____________
2. Para. 4, 5, ____________
3. Para. 5 ____________
4. Para. 7 ____________
5. Para. 7 ____________
B. Key Terms
1. conduction:
transfer of heat through matter by
direct
contact.
2. convection:
process by which heat is transferred through a liquid or gas
Thatquiz.org Codes
Quiz 11-2
Period 2: 6R63V3JM
Period 6: NDKK3ZP7
Period 9: KNAQAVL4
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
What are chemical formulas? Can we use them on a daily basis? How? (2-2) ___________________________________________________
Aim:
What are chemical formulas? (2-2)
CUES
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can interpret chemical symbols.
Monday, February 24th; 2014
2-1 Lesson Sources
C. Checking Concepts
1. para. 2 __________
2. para. 2 __________
3. para. 3 __________
4. para. 4 __________
B. Key Terms
1. chemical symbol
2. chemical formula
3. subscript
Thatquiz.org Codes
Quiz 11-2
Period 2: 6R63V3JM
Period 6: NDKK3ZP7
Period 9: KNAQAVL4
2-2 "Chemical Formulas" Sources
C. Checking Concepts
1. para. 1 __________
2. para. 7 __________
3. para. __________
4. para. __________
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
What defines a mineral? (2-3) __________________________________________________________
Aim:
What are minerals? (2-3)
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can define mineral and I can identify some minerals found in Earth's crust.
Friday, March 14th; 2014
B. Key Terms
1. mineral:
naturally ocurring, inorganic solid formed from elements or compounds and having a definite chemical makeup and regular atomic structure
Checking Concepts:
1. Para ________________
2. Para ________________
3. Para ________________
4. Para ________________
5. Para ________________
6. Para ________________
7. Para ________________

Exam 2-2:
Per. 2: RENFB3FS
;
Per. 6: 9STCCXN1
;
Per. 9: U3KK8BC4
Regents Prep:
Per. 2 KUV5FY4I
;
Period 6: IS5AMB2L
; Period 9: 2QRBUDL6
Checking Concepts (Spanish):
1. 3/4 de la corteza hechos de
2. De que esta hecho Cuarzo
3. Calcita es __ Calcio y 3 O2
4. Oro es 1 elemento y...
5. Cual elemento forma 1/2 de la corteza
6. Cuales 2 elementos estan en pequenas cantidades
7. Calcula % de corteza hecho de hierro

http://www.sbcgold.com/precious-metals-ira/
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
What is continental drift? (6-1) __________________________________________________________
Aim:
What is continental drift? (6-1)
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can explain the theory of continental drift and the evident that supports it.
Thursday, March 20th; 2014
B. Key Terms
1. continental drift 4. Mesosaurus
2. Pangaea 5. Laurasia vs. Gondwanaland
3. Alfred Wegener 6. Glossopteris
Checking Concepts 6-1:
1. Para 2 __________________________________
2. Para 3 ___________________________________
3. Par. 5, 6a, 6b: ___________________________________
4. Par. 3 ___________________________________
5. Par. 2 ___________________________________
6. Infer ___________________________________
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
How is new seafloor made? Explain (6-2) __________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________.
Aim:
What is the seafloor spreading? (6-2)
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can relate seafloor spreading to the forming of new oceanic crust.
Friday, March 21st; 2014
B. Key Terms 1
1. continental drift 4. Mesosaurus
2. Pangaea 5. Laurasia vs. Gondwanaland
3. Alfred Wegener 6. Glossopteris
Key Terms 2
1. mid-ocean ridge, 2. rift valley, 3 seafloor spreading


Checking Concepts 6-2:
1. Para 1 __________________________________
2. Para 3 ___________________________________
3. Par. 4 ___________________________________
4. Par. 6 ___________________________________
5. fig. p. 140
6. Infer ___________________________________
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Summary/Exit Ticket:
Why is the "Ring of Fire" on 'fire'? __________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________.
Aim:
Why is the "Ring of Fire" on 'fire'?
1 pt
1 pt
1 pt
A. Objectives:
I can explain the characteristics of the Circum-Pacific Ridge.
Monday, March 24th; 2014
B. Key Terms 1
1. Ring of Fire/Circum-Pacific Ridge
2. Krakatoa



C. Pitoval Questions:
1. What is the "Ring of Fire"?
____________________________________________________________
2. How is the Ring of Fire area special?
____________________________________________________________
3. Does the Ring of Fire area affect human populations? How?
____________________________________________________________
4. You hear the Ring of Fire area is safe for habitation. Would you agree? Explain.
____________________________________________________________
5. Summarize the documentary (i.y.o.w):
____________________________________________________________
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Exit Ticket:
Are volcanic eruptions cyclical? Explain.
_____________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________.
Aim:
Are volcanic eruptions cyclical?

A. Objectives:
I can explain the characteristics of the Circum-Pacific Ridge.
Wednesday, March 26th; 2014
B. Key Terms 1
1. cyclical:
occurring in cycles
2. pyroclastic:
relating to, consisting of, or denoting fragments of rock erupted by a volcano
C. Pitoval Questions:
1. Where is Mount St. Helens?
____________________________________________________________
2. When did Mount St. Helens last erupt?
____________________________________________________________
3. List the damage done by Mount St. Helen's eruption:
____________________________________________________________
4. Could Mt. St. Helens erupt again? Why?
____________________________________________________________
5. List the steps to prepare for a volcanic eruption.
____________________________________________________________
Cues
_____

_____

_____

Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Exit Ticket:
What benefits does the Ring of Fire provide?? Explain. _____________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________.
Aim:
What benefits does the Ring of Fire provide?

A. Objectives:
I can explain how the Ring of Fire area provides benefits to human socities.
Thursday, March 27th; 2014
B. Key Terms 1
1. Cerro Rico:
mountain of silver in Potosi, Bolivia

C. Pitoval Questions:
1. What is Cerro Rico?
____________________________________________________________
2. Why was Cerro Rico special to the Spaniards?
____________________________________________________________
3. What is the Ring of Fire?
____________________________________________________________
4. What is happening on the western border of South America?
____________________________________________________________
Cues
_____

_____

_____

Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Exit Ticket:

Why are earthquakes and volcanoes found in certain regions and not in others? Explain.
_____________
______________________________________________________________.
Aim:

Why are earthquakes and volcanoes found in certain regions and not in others?

A. Objectives:
I can explain why volcanoes and earthquakes are related to certain regions on Earth but not in others.
Monday, March 31st; 2014
B. Key Terms
1. precaution
2. safeguard
3. preparedness plan

C. Pitoval Questions:
1. Are earthquakes and volcanoes randomly distributed or evenly scattered in zones?
2. Are earthquakes and volcanoes near the middle or the border of continents?
3. Are earthquakes and volcanoes randomly distributed or evenly scattered in zones in relation to the crustal plates?
4. Are earthquakes and volcanoes more frequent in certain types of borders?
5. Are human populations near volcanoes and earthquakes in danger? Explain.
Cues
_____

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Thatquiz.org 6-1/6-2
Per. 2: 3AYXKL6B
;
Per. 6: LHFI1HXA
,
Per. 9: 4DQANE31
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Exit Ticket:
List the
evidence supports seafloor spreading? (6-3)
___________________________________________
______________________________________________________________.
Aim:

What evidence supports seafloor spreading? (6-3)

A. Objectives:
I can describe some evidence of seafloor spreading.
Thursday, April 3rd; 2014
B. Key Terms
1. trench
2. subduction zone

Reading-based comprehension questions:
1. What is a trench?
2. What happens to older crust?
3. What are subduction zones?
4. Where were the oldest fossils found?
5. What evidence shows that Earth's magnetic field has changed?

C. Checking Concepts:
1. Par. 1
2. Par. 3
3. Par. 7
4. Par. 4
5. Show calculation:

Cues
_____

_____

_____

Thatquiz.org 6-1/6-2
Per. 2: 3AYXKL6B
;
Per. 6: LHFI1HXA
,
Per. 9: 4DQANE31
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Exit Ticket:
What is plate tectonics? Explain. (6-4)

_____________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________.
Aim:

What is plate tectonics? (6-3)

¿Qué es la tectónica de placas?
A. Objectives:
I can name some crustal plates, and describe the theory of plate tectonics.
Monday, April 7th; 2014
B. Key Terms
1. tectonic plate, theory of plate tectonics; trench, subduction zone
Reading-based comprehension questions:
1. About how many tectonic plates have been identified?
2. On which part of Earth do the tectonic plates float?
3. What 2 theories does plate tectonics combine?
C. Checking Concepts:
1. Par. 1 _________________ Fig. 6-11 6. _________________
2. Par. 2 _________________ 7. _________________
3. Par. 3 _________________ 8. _________________
4. Par. 4 _________________ 9. _________________
5. Draw and label a diagram of...

Cues
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6-1/6-2:
Per. 2: 3AYXKL6B
;
Per. 6: LHFI1HXA
,
Per. 9: 4DQANE31
6-3/6-4
:
per. 2: JRSP4NKJ
;
Per. 6: J7IQCZGR
; Per. 9: DJO3JQN8
B. Do Now:
1. Using your ESRT, list the 7 large tectonic plates:
______________________________________________________________________
P1
P2
P3
P6
Fig. 6-7
P6
P6/7
Figure 6-9, Lesson 6-3!
Figure 6-10, Lesson 6-3!
Figure 6-7, Lesson 6-2
Figure 6-10, Lesson 6-3!
45
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Exit Ticket:

Why do earthquakes happen? (5-7)


_____________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________.
Aim:

What are earthquakes? (5-7)

¿Qué son temblores y terremotos?
A. Objectives:
I can explain what causes earthquakes. Describe what happens during an earthquake.
Friday, April 11th; 2014
B. Key Terms
earthquake, focus, epicenter, seismic, seismograph
Reading-based comprehension questions:
1. What is an earthquake?
2. What is the focus of an earthquake?
3. What is the main cause of earthquakes?
4. What is a seismograph?

C. Checking Concepts: D. Thinking Critically
1. Par. 1 _________________ 6.
2. Par. 1 _________________ 7.
3. Par. 2 _________________ 8. _________________
4. Par. 4 _________________ E
. Interpreting Visuals
5. Par. 3 _________________ 9. ______________________, 10. ______________

Cues
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_____

6-1/6-2:
Per. 2: 3AYXKL6B
;
Per. 6: LHFI1HXA
,
Per. 9: 4DQANE31
6-3/6-4
:
per. 2: JRSP4NKJ
;
Per. 6: J7IQCZGR
; Per. 9: DJO3JQN8
5-7/5-8: per. 2: AN8R6BR7; Per. 6: 39BMDC61; Per. 9: BXZXSXLB
http://www.thetech.org/exhibits/online/quakes/seismo/
Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________
Exit Ticket:

What are the different kinds of seismic waves? (5-8)
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Aim:

What are the different kinds of seismic waves? (5-8)

¿Cuáles son los diferentes tipos de ondas sísmicas?
A. Objectives:
I can describe 3 kinds of seismic waves.
Wednesday, April 23rd; 2014
B. Key Terms
P-wave, S-wave, L-wave
Reading-based comprehension questions:
1. What are P-waves like?
2. Which move faster, P-waves or S-waves?
3. What is another name for L-waves?
4. What 2 things can a seismogram indicate?
Cues
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6-1/6-2:
Per. 2: 3AYXKL6B
;
Per. 6: LHFI1HXA
,
Per. 9: 4DQANE31
6-3/6-4
:
per. 2: JRSP4NKJ
;
Per. 6: J7IQCZGR
; Per. 9: DJO3JQN8
5-7/5-8
:
per. 2: AN8R6BR7
;
Per. 6: 39BMDC61
; Per. 9: BXZXSXLB
http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/livenow?id=7367462
E. Interpreting Visuals
5. Fig. 5-29: _______________

C. Checking Concepts:
1. KT: ___________________
2. Par. 3 _________________
D. Thinking Critically
3. Par. 1 _________________
4. Par. 3 _________________
F. Enhancement by Teacher
S-P Interval using ESRT, p. 11:
A. 7 min.: _______ km
B. 9 min.: ________ km

Name ______________ Mr. Alvarado
Earth Science Date __________________________

Exit Ticket:
How do fossils help us date rocks
? (4-3)
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Aim:
How do fossils help us date rocks
? (4-3)

¿Cómo los fósiles nos ayudan a datar rocas?
A. Objectives:
I can describe how the relative ages of fossils and rock layers can be determined.
Tuesday, April 29th; 2014
B. Key Terms
law of superposition
: states that each undisturbed sedimentary rock layer is older than the layer above it
relative age
: age of an object compared to the age of another object
index fossil:
fossil used to help determine the relative age of rock layers
Review Questions:
1. The youngest rock layer is usually the _____________ layer.
2. Trilobites are examples of ___________________ fossils.
3. If 1 rock layer is older than another, you know the _________________ ages of the rock layers.
4. What 4 qualities make up an index fossil?
_____________, ____________, ____________, _____________
Cues
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6-1/6-2:
Per. 2: 3AYXKL6B
;
Per. 6: LHFI1HXA
,
Per. 9: 4DQANE31
6-3/6-4
:
per. 2: JRSP4NKJ
;
Per. 6: J7IQCZGR
; Per. 9: DJO3JQN8
5-7/5-8
:
per. 2: AN8R6BR7
;
Per. 6: 39BMDC61
; Per. 9: BXZXSXLB
http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/stories/3847569.htm
What would you need to determine a person's age? Explain.
(1 point for each item, 4 points total)

Term: Eurypterus

Definition: Eurypterus is an extinct genus of sea scorpions. They existed during the Silurian Period, from around 432 to 418 million years ago.







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