9.9.14

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.

WORLD STUDIES:

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

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