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<ul><li><p>CSSL 2008BENCHMARK MAP 7th GradeBENCHMARK MAP 8th GradeAugust October</p></li><li><p>Today in Community Science Service Learning (CSSL) 8/01/07Review Contract (Due 8/3) (10pts)Safety Class RulesLab Expectations in Lab book (10pts)Supplies Needed For Lab3 ring binderComposition book College ruled</p></li><li><p>Community Science Service Learning (CSSL) 8/2-3/07Place Lab Book and Contract on your deskFill out Assignment Page10pts for Contract10pts for Lab ExpectationsOn page one of your Lab Book List:Lab Expectations #1 -#9Bio Poem (10pts)</p></li><li><p>Community Science Service Learning (CSSL) 8/3-6/07Complete Lab expectations in your lab bookPlace Signed (Green) Contract papers and Assignment sheet in your 3 ring binderPresent Bio Poem</p></li><li><p>Presentation Format 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, SHOWTIME, then you startToday I am presenting my Bio Poem.My name is __________.I am Are there any questions? (wait 7 seconds)Answer any questions.SAY, Thank youAudience will applause (clap, clap, clap)</p></li><li><p>Review Safety 8/6-7/07Complete BioPoem PresentationsIn your lab book Write a KWL on Safety in the Science Classroom and Outdoors. (10pts)Turn to pg. xxx in Holt Text and read section on SAFETYComplete the L section in lab book.</p></li><li><p>Community Science Service Learning (CSSL) 8/8/07REVIEW Scientific MethodRead pgs 10-17 in Holt TextComplete Section 2 Review in lab bookAnswer all questions in complete sentences (40pts)Review Scientific InquiryRead pgs 002-013 in ScienceSaurus student handbookAnswer the following Question on a sheet of folder paper and turn it in to me. What are the differences and similarities between the Scientific Method and Scientific Inquiry? (20pts)ALL of the Above is DUE (8/10/07)</p></li><li><p>CSSL 8/10-13/07Turn in your HomeworkWhat are the differences and similarities between the Scientific Method and Scientific Inquiry? (20pts)Garden ObservationCreate a list of Garden ExpectationsThey should include safety and responsibilityRefer to GLOs for helpTurn in final list to me (10pts)</p></li><li><p>CSSL 8/14/07Take first Monthly Assessment Pre-TestSafetyInterrelatedness of Science, Technology, and SocietyScience Inquiry / Scientific MethodComplete Chapter 1 Review pg.30-31 in your lab book. (48pts)Answer all questions in complete sentences</p></li><li><p>CSSL 8/15/07HYPERSPACE (electronic source, video)Standard 2: The Scientific Process: NATURE OF SCIENCEUnderstand that science, technology, and society are interrelatedThe student: Explains how the evidence found in a wide variety of print and electronic sources (e.g., video, database programs, internet) can be used to develop conclusions.In your lab book list and explain (6pts total)Three things you learned from HyperspaceThree Questions you still have from HyperspaceComplete any unfinished work from Chapter 1 Section Reviews 1-4 (68pts)</p></li><li><p>CSSL 8/20/07Post-Test TODAY for Assessment 1Complete any unfinished work from Chapter 1 Section Reviews 1-4 (68pts)In your lab book complete today's 3&amp;3 (6pts total)Three things you learned from HyperspaceThree Questions you still have from Hyperspace</p></li><li><p>CSSL 8/21/07Place Honolulu Star-Bulletin article titled, Research keeps florists in bloom (online msnbc) Answer questions below (6pts) in lab book.How is this article relevant to this class?What in this article will we be doing in this class?What life skills can you learn from this article?Write at least 10 additional questions about the organism featured in the article. (10pts)Complete any unfinished work from Chapter 1 Section Reviews 1-4 (68pts)</p></li><li><p>CSSL 8/22/07Honolulu Star-Bulletin article, Research keeps florists in bloom (online msnbc) Review and Answer questions posed yesterday (6pts) (in lab book)Review and complete at least 10 additional questions about the organism featured in the article. (10pts) (on back of article)List at least 2 legal plants you would like to cultivate, and prepare for research.Review and Compile final Garden Expectations listStart Self and Peer Evaluations for Chapter 1 Section Reviews 1-4 (68pts)+2 pts for each question answered correctly</p></li><li><p>CSSL 8/23/07Start Self and Peer Evaluations for Chapter 1 Section Reviews 1-4 (68pts)+2 pts for each question answered correctly</p></li><li><p>CSSL Grade CheckPlace your Assignment sheet on your desk and fill it out. When called bring grades up to Mr. CogbillYou will be assessed on the following;Contract10ptsLab Expectations10ptsBio Poem10ptsGarden Observation/Expec.20ptsKWL10ptsSci. Method. Vs Sci. Inquir.20ptsHyperspace12ptsChapt. 1 Sect. 1-4 rev.68 ptsLab Book Daily Entries12ptsMonthly Assessment 150ptsTotal:222pts</p></li><li><p>CSSL 8/28-29/07Library Research DaysBring your lab book to the libraryDo research on the two plants you had chosen early last weekWhere is the plant originally fromWhere and When does it grow bestWhat are the different uses of the plantWhat is the scientific name of the plantTake 2nd post test for Monthly Assessment 1</p></li><li><p>CSSL 9/04-05/07Complete Library ResearchBring your lab book to the libraryDo research on the two plants you had chosen early last weekWhere is the plant originally fromWhere and When does it grow bestWhat are the different uses of the plantWhat is the scientific name of the plantWrite down 10 additional questions about your 2 plants.Chose 1 of your questions and prepare and experiment to test your question.Write out your Formal Write-up draft in your lab book.</p></li><li><p>CSSL 9/10-12/07Attach and complete your Formal Write-up draft in your lab book.Garden Observation #2Look around the garden and see if your plant is already there.Draw a map in you lab book of where your plant is already located, if your plant is not present draw on your map where you believe it would grow best.</p></li><li><p>CSSL 9/14/07Take Monthly Assessment#2 Post TestPrint out corrected test and give it to me.JUNGLE: Write 3 things you learned about on your green handouts next to the tree the video discussedWrite 3 and 3 in your lab bookDraw a Jungle (Community Ecology) Food Web that represents what you saw in the video</p></li><li><p>CSSL 9/17/07Complete Jungle (Community Ecology) Food Web that represents what you saw in the videoComplete Garden MapShare and compare seeds and plants you will plant in the garden</p></li><li><p>CSSL 9/19-21/07Composting: A Great, Rotten IdeaRead ProjectComplete Procedures on Folder PaperTurn in Completed work Friday 9/21 at the end of Period 2 to Ms. Yerxa.Continue Set-up of compost bins for worm reception</p></li><li><p>CSSL 9/24-25/07 (Grade Check)Place your Assignment sheet on your desk and fill it out. When called bring grades to Mr. CogbillYou will be assessed on the following;Monthly Assessment #250ptsAnswers to Research Ques.16ptsLab Book Daily Entries25ptsJungle 3&amp;3 6ptsJungle Food Web10ptsComposting (Green Sheets)100ptsPeer Evaluation12ptsTotal:229pts</p></li><li><p>CSSL 9/28/07Garden ObservationFill in your data table in your observation section with quantitative and qualitative data.Make comparison from seeds germinating in pots to seeds germinating in the ground.Based on data collected so far which method of germination is more effective? If you find that one method is better explain what variables would have contributed to ones success over the other. </p></li><li><p>CSSL 10/09/07Review Toxics Lesson PlanDue 10/12/07 (26pts)Garden ObservationFill in your data table in your observation section with quantitative and qualitative data.Make comparison from seeds germinating in pots to seeds germinating in the ground.. </p></li><li><p>CSSL 10/10/07Complete Toxics LessonAnswer all questions on worksheet.Write a 5 paragraph essay about the lesson which includes responses to all questions posed in the worksheet.</p></li><li><p>CSSL 10/12/07Review Toxics Lesson</p><p>Guest Speaker from US Marine Corps</p></li><li><p>CSSL 10/15-17/07Garden ObservationFill in your data table in your observation section with quantitative and qualitative data.Make comparison from seeds germinating in pots to seeds germinating in the ground.. Complete Formal Scientific Write-up for your research project.</p></li><li><p>CSSL 10/17/07Complete Formal Scientific Write-up for your research project</p><p>Sustainability 3&amp;3 in your lab book</p><p>Set up worm bin in garden</p></li><li><p>CSSL 10/22-24/07Place your research project write-up on your desk. In your plant group complete a self and peer evaluation (100pts)Share ideas and compile a single write-up to place on the display board.Prepare your groups presentationWho is going to say whatEveryone MUST Speak. (due 10/30)</p></li><li><p>CSSL 10/25/07Garden Maintenance and ObservationsMeasure CornFeed WormsWater individual plants</p></li><li><p>CSSL 10/29-31/07Create Tri-fold Science Fair Project Board</p><p>Draw out a sketch of how your board should look.</p><p>Create proper headings for each section</p></li><li><p>CSSL Grade CheckYou will be assessed on the following;Toxics Lesson Worksheet50ptsToxics Essay.50ptsLab Book Daily Entries25ptsSustainability 3&amp;3 6ptsGarden Observation Lab book25ptsResearch Project Write up100ptsPeer Evaluation12ptsTotal:268pts</p></li></ul>

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