There are no homework assignments on Wednesdays. Please use those nights to study for upcoming tests, work on projects or writing assignments, or catch up on any work you have.
M 3/11 Study guide (will be completed in class).
W 3/13 Quiz on water cycle, weather, and precipitation.
A list of the sources for the information needed for the 3D model project.
T 3/26 MP3 Astronomy Project due. Your project will include two parts. One is the model itself. You can make it out of whatever material you choose. The other part is a three-paragraph paper. The first paragraph is an explanation about how you made the model and why you chose that topic. The next two paragraphs are about the topic itself. Include lots of interesting information!
Obviously, I will not be there to see these wonderful, amazing creations, so you MUST include a photo of your model and attach it to the written portion. SUBMIT THE WRITTEN PORTION TO ME IN GOOGLE DRIVE!
T 3/12 Atmosphere quiz. If you have not already done so, please make sure to complete this quiz so that I can grade it for you. This was the open-book quiz on pp. 109-111.
W 3/13 A list of the sources for the information needed to build the instruments and for background information.
T 3/26 Weather Forecasting Project due. I have altered the project a little. Instead of needing to take seven days of readings, you will take readings for THREE DAYS ONLY.
Look on my webpage in the sixth grade folder for the documents you will need to complete the project. There will be a data sheet and a project checklist that details what you will include in the final report.
When you take your readings, write down the data, then go inside to a computer and look up the actual readings for Boonton Township. Weather.com, Accuweather.com, and National Weather Service are all good sites.
Submit the final report to me in Google Drive or Google Classroom. Have fun!