• Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 
    Today we completed our notes on science and the scientific method. For homework, students should complete Part IV of the note packet, Practice Problem A-G. This should be completed by the beginning of class on Friday.
    Students were also a writing assignment, using examples from the movie "October Sky," and the scientific method.  Their rough draft is due in class next Wed. with the final copy due next Friday. The grading rubric is in their movie Question Packet.
    Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015 
    Today's class was a discussion of science and how we use the scientific method each and every day. No homework today except reviewing class notes.
    Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015 
    Today in class, we completed our graphing quiz and began working on the "October Sky" Lab report questions. Students received a new Daily journal sheet, that will go in the front of their notebook, along with their discussion outline "Introduction to Science and the Scientific Method." 
    Monday, Aug. 31, 2015
    Today we completed the movie and discussed the Viewing Questions. We also discussed the opening questions in the "October Sky" Lab Report.  These questions should be completed by Thursday. We will have a short graphing quiz in class on Tuesday.
    Friday, Aug. 28, 2015
    We will continue our study of the scientific method, or problem solving, by continuing the movie "October Sky." Students are completing a question sheet as we watch and discuss examples from the movie. 
    Next week, students will be assigned a written Lab Report on "October Sky." They were given the information in class on Thursday. The link is below.
    Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015
    We continued with the scientific method by making modifications and rebuilding the paper towers. This process involved evaluating, gathering information, forming a hypothesis, testing, and measuring.   Students were to take  picture with their freestanding tower and email it to me at mbramblett@tcss.net.
    Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015
    We began our study of the scientific method by constructing freestanding paper towers. Students were given five pieces of paper and 30 cm of tape to construct the tallest freestanding tower possible.