Tue, April 1
Continue to test your turbine blades OR prepare your lab report

Wed, April 2
Your lab report is due today!!
CW/HW: Read Whatzzzzz-up Stream and Streams in the City and answer questions. (ISB 22) These first two articles should be done by Friday

Thu, April 3
SUB
Video: Renewable Energy (While watching, students should choose 3 alternative energy resources and list the pros and cons. If you are absent today, you are still responsible for doing this. If you should not be able to view the link, just do some other quick research and list some pros/cons of alternative/renewable energy resources. Preferably, some that are not already listed in 4.2 of your textbook.) (ISB 23)

Fri, April 4
- Finish yesterdays video (ISB 23)
- Work on Stop Pointless Personal Pollution and Improving Old MacDonald's Farm) and finish answering questions. Due Tuesday, April 15th (ISB 22)

Mon, April 14
Continue to work on Stop Pointless Personal Pollution and Improving Old MacDonald's Farm) and finish answering questions.(ISB 22)
Students should strive to finish as much as possible during class today. They are NOT homework. They should be finished when we do our next binder check later this week or early next week.

Tue, April 15
- Check Stop Pointless Personal Pollution (ISB 22)
- Begin Video: After the Storm with questions. (ISB 26)
- HW: Finish the last of the Water Quality articles, Improving Old MacDonald's Farm if you have not already. (ISB 22)

Wed, April 16
last day mkp3
- Finish and check after the Storm Video Questions (ISB 26)
- Finish and check Improving Old MacDonald's Farm (ISB 22)
Washington DC Students should pick up their assignment for next week
CW/HW: "Where did the water go?" (ISB 27), Due on MONDAY!

**If you have missed any of the corrections to ISB 22, you can find all the notes/corrections here

Thu, April 17
1/2 day students
CW/HW: Time to work on "Where did the water go?"

NO SCHOOL FRIDAY


Mon, April 21
Check "Where did the water go?" (ISB 27)

Begin Bear Creek Watershed Investigation (there are links in here that can also help DC students as well) (ISB 29)
The original website with all the data, map, and information
Notes on Water Quality Factors
Watershed Data Spreadsheet
Worksheet and project description
NOTE: Any and all DC students will NOT do the Bear Creek Watershed Investigation. Instead, please follow plans for alternate DC assignment posted on 4/16

Tue, April 22
SUB
Washington DC Trip
Watch "Earth - The Biography" on Volcanoes. There is a worksheet that goes along with this movie. If you are absent today, you are excused from doing this.

Wed, April 23
Washington DC Trip
Bear Creek Watershed Investigation (there are links in here that can also help DC students as well) (ISB 29)
The original website with all the data, map, and information
Notes on Water Quality Factors
Watershed Data Spreadsheet
Worksheet and project description
NOTE: Any and all DC students will NOT do the Bear Creek Watershed Investigation. Instead, please follow plans for alternate DC assignment posted on 4/16

Thu, April 24th
Washington DC Trip
Time to work on Bear Creek Watershed Investigation. See yesterday's links if you need more info.
HW: Bear Creek Watershed Claim, Evidence, Reasoning paper is due Mon, April 28th!

Fri, April 25th
Washington DC Trip
Groves trip to see Radium Girls - 4th - 6th hours
Hours 1 and 2 will have time to work on Bear Creek Watershed Claim, Evidence, Reasoning paper - due Mon, April 28th!

Monday, April 28
- Collect CER paper on Bear Creek Watershed. *If you've been in DC, you should be prepared to turn in your own CER early this week. You will not have time to work on this during class today*
- Final binder checks are being completed. Once your binder is checked, you may clean out the old unit and start NEW! :)
- CW: Read 3.1 in textbook. As you read, fill out the 3.1 worksheet (ISB 2)

Tuesday, April 29
- CW/HW: Rock Cycle Activity (ISB 3)
- CW: p.67 Active Art
- NO HW

Wednesday, April 30
- Review Rock Cycle Activity (ISB 3)
- Rock Cycle Animation
- Rock Cycle Animation #2
- HW: Read 8.4 and do 8.4 Assessment on p. 237 (ISB 4)