How Do You Measure Up?
Metric Measurement in Science
Notebook Table of Contents
"How Do You Measure Up?" Unit pages A- ...
- Page A: Notebook Cover Page. Students will create a cover page using the entire page. Must include three pictures and a title. Must be completely colored.
- Pages B-C: Table of Contents. To be updated by students as needed.
- Page D: "Levels of Questions" reference sheet, "Practice Classifying Levels of Questions" worksheet, and "Making Higher Level Questions" practice worksheet.
- Page E: "The Three Story Intellect" reference sheet.
- Page F: IB Command Terms (defined).
- Page G: IB Assessment Criterion A-D
- Page H: "Habits of Discussion" reference sheet.
- Page I: "Science Class Goals."
- Page J: Sample Page Extender.
- Page 1: (Title Page- Not Assigned)
- Page 2: "You Can Grow Your Intelligence" article taped in.
- Page 3: "You Can Grow Your Intelligence" Summary. Summarize 10 most important paragraphs in 1-2 sentences each (min 10 sentences).
- Page 4: Bell Work 8/17- What does it mean to be a team?
Bell Work 8/18- Why is it so important to remain silent during any emergency procedure?
- Page 5: Tape in worksheet, "Organizing Your Study Space." Read and complete as indicated. After reading, list three things you will try differently to improve your study space.
- Page 6: Bell Work 8/22- Cloudy on the Concept CER. Write claim with supporting evidence and reasoning.
- Page 7: "Mystery Cubes CER" Students will work cooperatively to solve the mystery cubes. Like scientists, students will have to communicate with others to gain all information and find as many patterns as possible to support their claim. (Two cubes total).
- Page 8: "Accident at Jefferson High" video guide taped in and completed.
Bell Work 8/23- Case of the Defaced Sidewalk CER. Write claim with supporting evidence and reasoning.
Bell Work 8/24-
1. What is a good way to determine the level of a question?
2. What is the purpose of learning how to write higher level questions?
- Page 9: "Lab Safety in Science" focused notes. Students will trim and tape in print out of notes. Pairs Rehearsal with partner. Chunk notes into three sections, then write a level 2 question for each "chunk" of notes (three total.) Bell Work 8/26- Write a summary for notes by answering the essential question and each level 2 question you wrote. Use complete sentences.
- Page 10: "Metric Mania Conversion Practice" worksheet taped in and completed.
Bell Work 8/30- copy and complete the following:
1. Volume is to ______ as Mass is to weight.
2. _____ meters are in a kilometer.
3. _____ centimeters are in a meter.
Bell Work 8/31- Describe how to use the ladder method to convert units in metric.
- Page 11: "Why Metric?" notes trimmed and taped in. Notes are chunked into three sections with one level 2 question for each chunk of notes.
- Page 12: "Measuring Length" practice worksheet taped in and completed.
"Reading a Metric Ruler" worksheet taped in and completed.
Bell Work 9/2- calculate the volume of the following objects (L x W x H).
1.) 5 cm, 6 cm, 3 cm
2.) 3 cm, 3 cm, 2 cm
3.) 45 cm, 2 cm, 1 cm
Bell Work 9/6- convert the following:
1.) 127 m = ____ km
2.) 28.9 cm = ____ mm
3.) 13 mm = ____ cm
4.) 2.7 L = ____ ml
- Page 13: "Lab: Volume of Regular Shaped Objects" setup with objectives and data table. Minimum 4 objects measured, volume calculated.
- Page 14: "Reading Graduated Cylinders" practice worksheet folded in half and taped in.
Bell Work 9/7- Convert the following:
1.) 127 m = ______ cm
2.) 28.9 m = _____ mm
3.) 13 km = _____ cm
4.) 2.7 g = _____ mg
Volume of Liquids Lab- taped in with blanks filled in and two stamps to show accurate measurements for steps 9 and 10.
- Page 15: "Reading Graduated Cylinders" focused notes.
Bell Work 9/9- Graduated Cylinder practice worksheet taped in and completed under notes.
- Page 16: "Mr. Z's Water Displacement" practice sheet 1.
"Volume by Water Displacement" practice sheet 2.
Bell Work 9/13- Describe how to find volume by displacement as if you were teaching a 6th grader.
Bell Work 9/14- From Practice Worksheet: Determine the value of the graduations and volume of the liquid for each graduated cylinder (#1-14).
- Page 17: "Finding Volume by Displacement" focused notes.
- Page 18: Mass Practice worksheets (x2) taped in and completed.
Mass Lab set up with completed data table (11 items).
- Page 19: "Reading Triple Beam Balances" focused notes taped in with image of TBB labeled.
- Page 20: Cotton Ball Density Demo
- Page 21: "Density Notes" copied from ppt.
Density Practice Problems (x4).
- Page 22: The Rainbow Lab- taped in and completed.
Bell Work 9/19- Use data from labs to calculate the density of the following objects:
1. wood square
2. plastic cube
3. short bolt
- Page 23: Reading Thermometers practice worksheet.
- Page 24: "Metric Unit Review" packet taped in and completed.
End of Contents for Metric Measurement Unit. Please Refer to the "Scientific Inquiry" unit page for page 25- and on.