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Day 1  8/19/2014
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Day 2  8/21/2014
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Day 3  8/25/2013
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Day 4  8/27/2013
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Day 5  8/29/2013
 
 
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Essential Question-
 
To be Turned In Today:
1.        Student ID Card
2.        Reading Maps/Calculations
3.        Important Marine organisms (exit ticket)
To be Completed at Home Tonight:
BELLRINGER
10    minutes
1.        Fill out student information ID Card
YOU DO IT (Collaboratively)
15    minutes
1.        Shoebox as an ocean analogy-How does an unknown object in a sealed shoebox represent the ocean and the challenges we would face studying it?
I DO IT (Focus Lesson)
15 minutes
1.        Syllabus Discussion-What do I need to succeed in this course?
2.        Lab Safety Contract Discussion
YOU DO IT (Collaboratively)
20 minutes
1.        Reading Maps Questions and Calculations-How is Earth’s water distributed and how can I quantify its distribution?
I DO IT (Focus Lesson)
5 minutes
1.        Marine Science Research Video
YOU DO IT (Independently)
20 minutes
1.        Socratic Survey
YOU DO IT (Independently)-Exit Ticket
5 minutes
1.        Create two columns on your sticky note and list as many marine organisms that you think are important to the ocean on one side and the marine ecosystems that are important on the other.
 
 
Essential Question-What are the geologic features of the ocean?
 
To be Turned In Today:
1.        Lab Safety Contract
To be Completed at Home Tonight:
1.        Finish Bathymetric Data Map
BELLRINGER
15    minutes
1.        Vocab-Biological Oceanography, Chemical Oceanography, Physical Oceanography, Geological Oceanography
YOU DO IT (Station #1)
20    minutes/station
1.        Vocab-Continental Shelf, Abyssal Plain, Mid Ocean Ridge, Deep Ocean Trenches
2.        SONAR Activity-Mapping the “Seafloor” using Vernier Equipment.
3.        Graphing Bathymetric Data of the Atlantic Ocean
YOU DO IT (Collaboratively)-Exit Ticket
10    minutes
1.        Closed Sorting Activity-Categorize the provided examples into one of the four fields of oceanography and provide an example on your exit sticky note.
 
Essential Question- What are the geologic features of the ocean?
 
To be Turned In Today:
1.        Marine Honors Baseline Test
2.        Labeled Topographic Map
To be Completed at Home Tonight:
 
BELLRINGER
5         minutes
1.        Matching Activity-Geologic Structure of the Ocean
I DO IT (Focus for Homework)
10     minutes
1         Writing Assignment-DOUBLE SPACED- The world’s oceans are a collection of organisms and ecosystems.  Choose one marine organism and one marine ecosystem and defend their importance and need for protection.
YOU DO IT (Independently)
50      minutes
1.        Marine Science Baseline Test
YOU DO IT (Independently)-Exit Ticket
20      minutes
1.        Topographic Map Labeling-Identify the following parts of the ocean on your map-Continental Shelf, Abyssal Plain, Mid Ocean Ridge, Deep Ocean Trench
 
 
Essential Question- How do I organize myself and track my progress to ensure success.
To be Turned In Today:
1.        Data Folders
To be Completed at Home Tonight:
1. Writing Assignment-Marine Organisms/Marine Ecosystem
2.        Study for Introduction to Marine Science MC Test
 
BELLRINGER
10      minutes
1.        Practice Quiz-Parts of the Ocean,/Map of the Ocean/Oceanography
WE DO IT (Together)
30          minutes
1.        Setting Up Your Binder
a.        Tabs
b.        Templates
c.        Goals and Data Tracking
d.        Article Binder
2.        Goal Setting
I DO IT (Focus Lesson)
20 minutes
1.        Cornell Notes-Do all organisms live the same type of lifestyle in the ocean?
YOU DO IT (Independently)-Exit Ticket
20      Minutes
1.        Ocean Floor Geology Clip-Provide a detail about each of the geologic features on the documentary (Continental Shelf, Abyssal Plain, Mid Ocean Ridge, Deep Trenches)
 
Essential Question-How can I use text evidence to support a scientific claim?
To be Turned In Today:
1.         Introduction to Marine Science MC Test
To be Completed at Home Tonight:
BELLRINGER
20    minutes/Station
1.        Introduction to Marine Science MC Test
2.        First Read-The Fascinating American Horseshoe Crab
WE DO IT (Together)
30     minutes
1.         Grading an Essay- The world’s oceans are a collection of organisms and ecosystems.  Choose one marine organism and one marine ecosystem and defend their importance and need for protection
 


Unit Resources-Intro to Marine Science

Vocabulary-Biological Oceanography, Chemical Oceanography, Physical Oceanography, Geological Oceanography, Pelagic Zone, Benthic Zone, Continental Shelf, Abyssal Plain, Mid Ocean Ridge, Deep Ocean Trenches, Plankton, Nekton, Benthos, Bathymetry 

Parts of the seafloor.pdfParts of the seafloor.pdf                                                                                      

Marine Science-Vocab Cornell Notes.pdfMarine Science-Vocab Cornell Notes.pdf

MARINE SCIENCE INTRODUCTORY ESSAY.pdfMARINE SCIENCE INTRODUCTORY ESSAY.pdf

Marine Science-Lecture Cornell Notes.pdfMarine Science-Lecture Cornell Notes.pdf

 

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