181 SCIENCE FAIR
ALL students are required to complete a science fair project for the successful completion of the 3rd quarter. See the SCIENCE FAIR webpage for dates, required elements, examples and more.
No late homework will be accepted
**No late homework is accepted in the 2nd-4th marking period unless a student is absent for a medical or religious reason and has the accompanying documentation to support the absence.** Full homework policy.
All students must have their quarter 3 exam signed by a parent. Any score below an 80% must complete corrections using the corrections form.
Review for quarterly: Energy Review
Types of Energy notes PE/KE conversions notes
Forms & Sources of Energy
Energy of Roller Coasters page 1 & page 2Mr.Turner's Properties of Matter
Watch Mr.Turner's Properties of Matter & complete the Properties of Matter pre-learning
TEST on Energy Unit on WED! Review the PE/KE conversions notes here. Review the Types of Energy notes here
PE/KE of Roller coasters. Use complete sentences, examples from the text and correct grammar (punctuation, capitalization) and spelling.
Energy [Conversions] in the Classroom - handout
1. Find 2 examples in your home or neighborhood that convert PE to KE and KE to PE.
2. Diagram the examples and label where the pe/ke is zero & when it is greatest.
3. Describe the energy conversion using complete sentences.
Corrections for Forms & Sources of Energy are due 1/30/12.
Use your notes on Types of Energy and the U.S. Energy Consumption by Sources data table to answer the questions about renewable & nonrenewable energy on Forms & Sources of Energy.
Science Projects Part 1 - Individual Paper
Topic/Task assignment descriptions can be read on the Science Projects Page. Group assignments are below.
- 1-2 pages typed, double-spaced with 1-inch margins. Font should be Times New Roman or Arial size 10 or 12 only.
- Include an MLA format bibliography of all sources used for research on the internet or hard copy. (See guidelines here for more info on MLA format.)
- Proofread and edited properly. Have another person read it and see if it makes sense, and check grammar and spelling.
- Answer all parts of the assigned task completely and logically.
- Have a minimum of one paragraph for each question/task.