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  • Science Fair News

    Packets of information went home today, (11/8).  Be sure to look at the due dates for each part of the project.  A couple of reminders:

    1. You do NOT need a poster board or a tri-fold display board.  

    2. Please have your project idea approved before starting. 

    3. Instead of a tri-fold board, all students will create a poster on a Power Point slide template and will email the completed template to Ms. Legoas. 

    3.  Students should turn in a Handwritten Logbook, a Typed Formal Report, and a Poster template (through email.) by January 9!  

     

    SciFair

    Poster Template      Science Fair Packet      Science Fair Grading    Project Idea List      Slip Due 11/19      Examples of Logbook

     

     

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  • For Online Textbook and Many Other Online Resources:

     computer

    To get on the online textbook, students will need to log in to their launch pad and then click on "McGraw Hill-Connect ed"   *Be Aware: Sometimes the online textbook is not working, so please only use as a back-up plan.   

    Launch Pad for RCSS

     

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    Name: Donita Legoas
    Email: legoado@boe.richmond.k12.ga.us
    Grade(s): 6th 
    Subject(s): Science 
    Georgia Science Teacher Association Middle School Rep.
    GADOE Science Ambassador 
     

    County

    Learning Today... Leading Tomorrow

    The mission of the Richmond County School System is building a world-class school system through education, collaboration, and innovation.

     

     

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  • S6E5. Students will investigate the scientific view of how the earth’s surface

    is formed.

    a. Compare and contrast the Earth's crust, mantle, and core including temperature,

    density, and composition.

     

    d. Describe processes that change rocks and the surface of the earth.

     

    e. Recognize that lithospheric plates constantly move and cause major geological

    events on the earth's surface.

     

    f. Explain the effects of physical processes (plate tectonics, erosion, deposition,

    volcanic eruption, gravity) on geological features including oceans (composition,

    currents, and tides).

     

    g. Describe how fossils show evidence of the changing surface and climate of

    the Earth.

     

     Unit 3: Inside the Earth (Layers of Earth, Earthquakes, Plate Tectonics) 

    Soil Georgia Standards of Excellence

     

     

     
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