Mon, Feb 4
Go over any work that was completed Wed/Thu/Fri while I was out
CW: Finish making rock cycle videos with iPads

Tue, Feb 5
Finish and share rock cycle videos with iPads
CW: Geologic Maps and Cross Sections. We will finish this and go over it tomorrow during class.
FYI: Hydrothermal Sea Vents is now extra credit. See me for details.
HW: Read 8.4 and do Q#1-5

Wed, Feb 6
Finish, check, and turn in Geologic Maps and Cross Sections
Check and turn in 8.4 Q#1-5
FYI: Quiz on Rock Cycle and Earth's Layers (3.1 and 8.4) MONDAY

Thu, Feb 7
Delayed start
8.4 Notes

Fri, Feb 8
SNOW DAY!

Mon, Feb 11
Inside Planet Earth Video
quick review for Monday's Quiz

Tue, Feb 12
Quiz on Rock cycle and Earth's Layers (3.1 and 8.4)
CW: View patterns of earthquake distribution http://www.iris.edu/seismon/, http://earthquake.usgs.gov/, and http://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/kml.php
HW: Read 8.1 and do Q#1-8, Read 8.2 and do Q#1-6

Wed, Feb 13
Check and 8.1 Assessment. We will finish checking 8.2 on Friday and turn the entire assignment in then.
Begin Earthquakes PBL

Thu, Feb 14
SUB
CW: Work on Earthquake PBL during class.

Fri, Feb 15
Hoops for Heart Assembly - some students will miss afternoon classes
Finish checking and turn in 8.1 and 8.2 Assessment
CW: Observe animations of earthquake waves and Observe S and P waves moving through Earth's Interior
CW: Continue to work on Earthquakes PBL (What Does an Earthquake Feel Like). Today's focus is getting your Mercalli Indexes on the map - don't worry about writing down all the details on your table. We will discuss what our maps look like on Mon, Feb 25th. You DO NOT have to work on this over break.
NO HW - Enjoy your break!!

Mon, Feb 25
Morning Classes:
Return quizzes and discuss
CW: Discuss and file Earthquakes PBL (What Does an Earthquake Feel Like)
CW: New York Earthquake article
CW: How a seismograph works
HW: p. 244 #24,25,26. Due WEDNESDAY

Afternoon Classes:
Return quizzes and discuss
CW: Discuss and file Earthquakes PBL (What Does an Earthquake Feel Like)
CW: New York Earthquake article
CW: How a seismograph works
HW: p. 243 #12,18,19.

Tue, Feb 26
Morning Classes will have a sub and will do the following:
How The Earth Was Made: San Andreas Fault with questions (If you are absent today, you are responsible for watching this video and answering the questions)

Afternoon classes will be with me and will do the following:
CW: Discuss yesterday's HW and do p. 244 Q#24,25,26
CW/HW: Begin "Locating an Earthquake" on p. 240-241. Students only have to do #1 which involves completing the data table.

Wed, Feb 27
SNOW DAY!

Thu, Feb 28
Morning classes:
review movie and yesterday's HW
CW: p. 243-244 Q#12,18,19
CW/HW: Begin "Locating an Earthquake" on p. 240-241. Students only have to do #1 which involves completing the data table.

Afternoon classes:
Several students will be out today due to the DIA field trip
- Hang onto your "Locating and Earthquake" assignment we started Tuesday. We'll finish when the whole group if back together again on Monday......
- Watch How The Earth Was Made: San Andreas Fault with questions (If you are on the trip today, you will watch this tomorrow. If you are absent, you are responsible for watching this video and answering the questions)

Fri, March 1st
Morning classes:
Check and turn in "Locating an Earthquake"
Finish" Inside Planet Earth" which we started before break

Afternoon classes:
Several students will be out today due to the DIA field trip and I will be out with them this afternooon
4th - 6th hours: Any students that are here today will watch How The Earth Was Made: San Andreas Fault with questions (If you haven't watched this at all yet due to an absence, you are responsible for watching this video and answering the questions)