Louise Culver's Science Classes

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November 4, 2015


Warm Up:

 –Individuals/Partners: “The Sun-Earth-Moon System Investigate”

(p. 50-53)

“Part C: Tides & Lunar Phases” & “Part D: Tidal Forces and the Earth System” (p. 52 & 53)


Galapagos III: Home groups share information with teammates & develop a list of “demands” or a list of their concerns that they will present to the representatives of the other groups when they meet to negotiate a settlement over the future of the Galapagos. *they should have a list of non-negotiable items that must be part of the settlement.

Negotiating teams are led by a politician that will chair the group (chairperson is in charge & keeps order); it is the chairs responsibility to negotiate a fair and just settlement that all interest groups will find acceptable. The other members of the negotiating team a fisherman, tourist representative, storeowner, & conservationist.

The politicians must write up a summary report giving the particulars of their settlement. *report will be graded & each member of the negotiating team receives the same grade.

*Summaries due today.

What about Kate?

–Article: We’re risking mass extinction of frogs—the “the canary in the coal mine” àquiz & from an environmental stand point, why is biodiversity important? Answer in the A-R-E format (Assertion-Reason-Examples/Evidence *minimum of 3 Examples/Evidence


Author: lhslculver

Earth Science teacher at Lakeland High School.

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