This week has been all about the analysis of our food fight data. We have two sets of data to look at and compare and it can get a bit confusing at times. Look at the following graph and give your interpretation of what the data is trying to tell us. Be detailed in your description. Can you come up with a better way of expressing it?
This week we have started the process of developing procedures to test our food for food fighting. For this weeks blog, I'd like to hear about some other qualities that might play a role in food fighting, and what the procedures might look like to test those qualities. Give me some details if you want credit.
Well, in preparing to do our food fight experiment we see we need to have some skill in experimenting, in measuring, and in density. Describe in detail where these skills can come in handy. No details, no extra credit!
Read the quote down below. Tell me what you think. Remember, that all responses should be new and unique and address the quote. You can respond to other responses, or even bring in new information, but it must be related. Check your spelling and grammar as well.
First off, someone needs to explain what we're looking at. I'd also like someone to tell me the origin/history of the H-R diagram. Next, I need people to add information that hasn't been included. You'll need a better look at the diagram, so feel free to download the picture file to view it's details.
Take a look at this periodic table. It shows the nationalities of the discoverers of the various elements. First find out when a section was discovered and then come up with reasons why you these countries made these discoveries and not other countries around the world. In other words, from the standpoint of what was historically happening at the time, why did these countries make these discoveries. It might be best if you just looked at a single group.
ONE MORE WEEK...We are starting to prepare for the upcoming state test. What I want you to do is to pick out three entries from your notebook that come from three different units. Next, I want you to take the content from these three topics and explain how they are related to each other in a concrete way.
WITHOUT giving me some definition you found on the internet, create your own definition for what the term "organic" means to you and the topic you are studying. For 7th grade, I want you to define it in the context of agriculture and food. 8th graders, I want you to consider what this means in the context of chemistry.
Okay, you 8th graders know that color change can indicate a chemical reaction. You 7th graders know about the energy that light can carry. So explain to me if, or if not, a rainbow is a chemical reaction? Give me some details and repeat responses
Check out the image to the left by clicking on it. Each of these pictures represents some controversy that has happened. Pick one of these controversies and first explain what the controversy is. Next, explain how science has solved, or could solve, these controversial issues through experimentation. Good Luck!
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