Our science students created their own made-from-scratch books about water pollution, aimed at kids in elementary school. They derived their own fun titles and included illustrations in addressing such topics as how we can reduce water use and how we can clean water for future use. As shown below, the kids from Princeton Elementary have thoroughly enjoyed reading the books!
The Midterm Exam will assess you on all topics that we have reviewed so far this semester. Please contact me here if you have questions! The topics covered include weathering & erosion, plate tectonics, the rock cycle, astronomy, and the hydrosphere. Some key items to focus on are listed below. However, keep in mind that though the exam will cover all of these, it is not limited to these specific key areas:
Students, you can now access the project rubric for the seminar and model options by clicking here. Or, save this link for future access: bit.ly/hydrocp1
In addition, click here to see the standards that go along with this project, along with a few sample seminar questions. Don't forget, we will have a test on Hydrology key terms on Friday, March 16th (after Spring Break).
I look forward to seeing how all the projects turn out!