Archaeology Poster Due Sept.8th - Summative Assessment
-I can create a well organized data table
-I can collect detailed visual data
-I can create a logical scientific argument using evidence
This week, sixth grade inquirers received feedback on the data collected from their archaeological site. Students acted on this feedback and created a final data table and scientific sketch of one of the artifacts discovered. Students focused on descriptive writing and detailed observations. I was so impressed by the growth shown over the course of the week. By Tuesday next week, the sketch and data table should be complete. On Tuesday, students will complete the final drafts of their scaled maps. This will allow for them to compile all materials on their posters in English to complete the project by September 8th. Next week students will work on the experimental design process by designing an experiment to test methods to melt ice rapidly.
Success Criteria for Archaeology Project (click here for project requirements for science)
How to create a scientific drawing
Outdoor Trip: Yellowstone October 2nd - 6th. Join Mrs. Gnojewski, Mr. Olsen and Ms. Hart on an unforgettable adventure to Yellowstone. Contact Mr.B for details. firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer opportunity September 23rd. Join Mrs. Gnojewski, the Bureau of Land Management and the Golden Eagle Audubon Society for a restoration project on Friday, September 23 from 8 - 12.