HISTORY OF SCIENCE FICTION:
Reviewed yesterday’s activities. Discussed definitions of science fiction
Handed out Thematic Statement Anticipation Guide. Assessed statements that we agreed or disagreed with.
Completed chapter one outline. Discussed what we knew or didn’t know by annotating the outline.
WASHINGTON STATE HISTORY:
STUDENT TALK: What are the geological processes that shape Earth?
READ section: Chapter Introduction
- When the text says that “the continents and landscapes of Earth have been in a state of flux”, what does it mean to be in a state of flux?
- STUDENT TALK: How are the continents and the landscapes of the Earth’s surface under a state of flux?
READ section: Geological Processes
STUDENT TALK: What do we already know about these geological processes?
- Identify vocabulary: geology, geologists.
- Define them as they are described in the text. (how?)
- Reflect: What do these words have to do with geological processes?
- Identify two geological processes critical in the formation of Washington state.
IF NOT COMPLETED IN CLASS–IT IS HOMEWORK