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!
Poster Template Science Fair Packet Science Fair Grading Project Idea List Slip Due 11/19 Examples of Logbook
For Online Textbook and Many Other Online Resources:
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.
Name: Donita LegoasEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgGrade(s): 6thSubject(s): ScienceGeorgia Science Teacher Association Middle School Rep.GADOE Science Ambassador
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Unit 5: Meteorology
Georgia Standards of Excellence
S6E2. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about the effects of the relative positions of the sun, Earth, and moon.
c. Analyze and interpret data to relate the tilt of the Earth to the distribution of sunlight throughout the year and its effect on seasons.
S6E4. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about how the sun, land, and water affect climate and weather.
a. Analyze and interpret data to compare and contrast the composition of Earth’s atmospheric layers (including the ozone layer) and greenhouse gases.Show details
b. Plan and carry out an investigation to demonstrate how energy from the sun transfers heat to air, land and water at different rates.Show details
c. Develop a model demonstrating the interaction between unequal heating and the rotation of the Earth that causes local and global wind systems.
d. Construct an explanation of the relationship between air pressure, weather fronts, and air masses and meteorological events such as tornados and thunderstorms.
e. Analyze and interpret weather data to explain the effects of moisture evaporating from the ocean on weather patterns and weather events such as hurricanes.