August 14, 2017 - Griffin Science

August 14, 2017 - Griffin Science

ESSAY? FORMS? AUGUST 14, 2017 DO NOW DO NEXT Get out IAN.

Put correct header on left side of paper. Use notes above board if needed How has technology affected discovery? Give one example

EXPLAIN how it has affected discovery What do you think technology can do in the future/ TODAYS AGENDA 8/14/17 Homework? How to write a question.

Test corrections Only 2, whats up? Wildcat STARS! Brain POP

Read Heliocentric / Geocentric Answer questions, if not done finish as homework Tear off top sheet, KEEP IT Turn in answers to bin If Finished, work on vocabulary NOTEBOOK SET UP DO FIRST

Syllabus / Contract? Do you have a text book? Notebook Set up (1) 2 pocket folder (This will serve as your tab for science) Tabs Labeled (Yes I know you have 5, you need 3 and some may break. Keep

your extras) Warm ups Notes Resources o To D Warm Notes up Com plet ed

Resources WARM UP Open notebook to Warm up section. Answer the following question. When you hear that we will learn about Earths Systems, what do you think this means? https://www.youtube.com/wa

tch?v=HCDVN7DCzYE Review Hunt is on TODAYS AGENDA Review Hunt Is On. Self correct

Turn in for a grade Stations. HISTORICAL MODELS DAY 2 ICELAND WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? Geocentric Heliocentric Prefix:

Prefix: Root Word: Root word: Suffix?: Suffix?: Definition: Definition: WHERE ARE WE IN THE UNIVERSE

STATIONS As you move from station to station, use the information you use to compete the graphic organizer. Tables 1 & 4 Technology Tables 2 & 5 Investigation 1. Use iPad or Kindle to watch Copernicus Brain Pop Video. 2. After watching video, take review quiz. 3. You must earn an 80%

or better to move to the next station. 4. Raise your hand for Mrs. NeSmith to sign off before you move. 1. Read pages 12 13 in your book. 2. Complete #14 (Visualize It!) On page 12 3. Complete #16 (Compare) on page 13. 4. Raise your hand for Mrs. NeSmith to sign

off before you move. Table 7 Vocabulary 1. Write definition AND picture of: heliocentric, solar system, geocentric, universe, Big Bang on an index card. Tables 3 & 6 Analyze 1. Read the article in the bin. (CLASS COPY, DO NOT WRITE ON COPY) 2. Complete Observing the Solar System work sheet. 3. Raise your hand for Mrs. NeSmith to sign off before you move.

WHERE ARE WE IN THE UNIVERSE STATIONS As you move from station to station, use the information you use to compete the graphic organizer. Tables 1 & 4 Technology Tables 2 & 5 Investigation 1. Use iPad or Kindle to watch Copernicus Brain Pop Video. 2. After watching video,

take review quiz. 3. You must earn an 80% or better to move to the next station. 4. Raise your hand for Mrs. NeSmith to sign off before you move. 1. Read pages 12 13 in your book. 2. Complete #14 (Visualize It!) On page 12 3. Complete #16 (Compare) on page 13.

4. Raise your hand for Mrs. NeSmith to sign off before you move. Tables 3 & 6 Analyze 1. Read the article in the bin. (CLASS COPY, DO NOT WRITE ON COPY) 2. Complete Observing the Solar System work sheet. 3. Raise your hand for Mrs. NeSmith to sign off before you move. Table 7 Vocabulary 1. Write definition AND

picture of: heliocentric, solar system, geocentric, universe, Big Bang on an index card. HOMEROOM GET CWP (CREATING WRITING PORTFOLIO) Enter quietly Take care morning business Restroom

Book from Media Center DANCE? B Day 4th 5th / lunch 1st Connections WHAT IS A MEMORY?

On the opposite side of your drawing, create a story that goes along with your drawing from yesterday. https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=4-L6rEm0rnY WARM UP 8/21/19 GET OUT 3 RING BINDER

ANSWER FOLLOWING QUESTION ON SAME WARM UP PAGE 1. WHAT EVIDENCE DID PTOLEMY HAVE THAT SUPPORTED GEOCENTRISM? 2. WHAT EVIDENCE DID COPERNICUS HAVE THAT SUPPORTED HELIOCENTRISM? Warm ups Date Date Date TODAYS AGENDA

Video - Geocentric vs heliocentric model of the universe Get out GO and edit based on video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S13Sr-H7TWI Self grade Helio / Geo graphic organizers

Turn in for a grade Notes Get out your 3 ring binder! Create the following: 1. In the NOTES section of your binder, fold the paper in half.

2. Glue diagram with earth in middle on left 3. Glue diagram with sun in the middle on right. Object at center Geo means Earth centric means center Helio means sun

centric means center Geocentric Theory Aristotle was the first to believe and support the geocentric theory Evidence: (Proof) a. The church supported this

theory Geocentric Model Geocentric: Model Ptolemy : - Astronomer who believed the Earth was at the center of the universe. - Created epicycles in orbits to explain planets erratic patterns.

Ptolemys system provided the first framework for all discussion of the universe for nearly 1500 years!! Label the Sun and Earth Scientist: Copernicus Copernicus suggested that the

Sun was at the center of the universe . Supporter of the Heliocentric Theory Galileo (1564-1642) first scientist to use a telescope to observe the sky.

Evidence of the Heliocentric Theory Galileo created a new telescope He saw evidence that objects did not revolve around Earth: 1. Moons orbited Jupiter 2. Sunspots (dark spots) on the sun Label the Sun and Earth Modern Universe Is our Sun the center of the Universe?

Modern Universe No, the Sun is the center of OUR solar system. Remember, we are only part of 1 galaxy, but there are many galaxies that make up the entire universe. There are 3 types of galaxies.

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