STEM (November 30 - December 4)
Your Week At A Glance
-Website Update Video
-Automatic Bullseye Video
-Anvil vs Ooblek Video
-Hour Of Code
-Science Experiment Video
-Catch Up Day
Monday (November 30)
1) If you have not already watched the video when you entered my website, watch the following video going over changes to the website and how to get your assignments each day. This is the same video that was assigned to watch for science. If you already watched it for science, you do not need to watch it again.
2) Watch the video that is attached below. This video once again comes from Mark Rober. This time he works to design a dartboard that will guarantee you get a bullseye each time you throw a dart at it. After watching the video, complete the reflection sheet. To access the video and reflection sheet, click the links below.
Wednesday (December 2)
1) For class today you will be working on an hour of code activity of your choice. Click the link below to go to the hour of code website. Once on the website, select any hour of code activity that you would like to work on. Spend at least 15 minutes going through the activity and then complete the activity reflection form. To access the reflection form, click the second link below.
Tuesday (December 1)
1) Watch the video that is attached below. This video is from How Ridiculous. They are showing how Ooblek has an impact on different objects that are dropped on it. After watching the video, complete the reflection sheet. To access the video and reflection sheet, click the links below.
Thursday (December 3)
1) Watch the video that is attached below. This video goes over some interesting science experiments that you could try at home. If you do decide to try these, please make sure you have your parents permission before experimenting and use proper lab safety precautions during the experiment. After watching the video, complete the reflection sheet. To access the video and reflection sheet, click the links below.
Friday (December 4)
1) For class today there are no new assignments, but you have a work day to get caught up on anything that is missing for STEM. Any missing assignments have been entered in as a 0 in the grade book. When you get your missing assignments turned in, the points will be added back to your grade. If you have missing assignments, you should have received or be receiving an email from me letting you know that you have missing assignments. Check Skyward to see which assignments you are missing. It is your responsibility to use the class time today to get caught up on any missing work. If you have everything completed and have no missing assignments, you are good to go for STEM today.