PHYSICAL SCIENCE
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  • RULES OF CONDUCT

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    • ASSIGNMENTS FOR THE WEEK

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      RULES OF CONDUCT IN THE CLASSROOM




      1. Students will follow every teacher's directions quickly and courteously.


      2. Students are expected to have respect for school property and to take good care of books, desks and equipment.


      3. Students are not allowed to eat in class without the teacher's permission.


      4. Students are not allowed to comb hair apply make-up in the classroom.


      5. Students write the class agenda in their calendar on a daily basis, including homework assignments.



      6. Students raise their hands to request to be out of their seats, to sharpen their pencil, to go throw trash, to go to the rest-room and to get a drink of water.



      7. Students are always responsible for their missing assignments



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      ON A WEEKLY

      BASIS





      1. We take notes every week following with homework re-writing the notes in ink; we do worksheets every week; we have quizes every other week;We go to the computer lab ;and we do labs according to the sections we study.


      2. Students may visit me for help in the morning, during lunch-time or after school.


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      SUBJECT AREA





      General Science 1,2, and 3(7th and 8th grade)--Chemistry, Physics and Life Science.


      TEXTBOOK: CPO FOcus on Physical Science.


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      Go to FLASH CARDS to view the essential terms for the standards.

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      ASSIGNMENTS for the Week



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      Extra Points



      (by Teacher's permission only)





      There are more Scilinks resources availble now. Pick a topic(s) you are interested in and do the following typed or written in ink exactly the way you see it here, except for what's in the parentheses.



      TOPIC:____________________________________


      List what you already know about the topic identified.


      1. What do I know now?


      (in this space write however much it takes a sentenceor more)


      List what you wonder about or want to know about the topic.


      2. What do I want to know?


      (write here however much it takes a sentence or more)


      Finally, list what you learned about the topic.


      3. What did I learn?


      (This is the heart of the assignment, so write all the good facts down about what you learned about the

      topic(s)).





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      Cornell notes link


      Students may study their notes online.








      Click on the Frog for General Science 3 Cornell notes.







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