HISTORY OF SCIENCE FICTION:
We discussed the article on scientific laws and theories and handed in our written summaries.
We discussed 1.2 reading assignment and began working on the vocabulary for 1.3.
Learning Target: “I can understand how maps are used to locate relative and absolute location.”
Read section 1.3, including the maps.
- Identify vocabulary: compass rose, cardinal directions, intermediate directions, map legend, map key, map grid, global grid
- Define them as they are described in the reading.
- Reflect: What do these words have to do with understanding relative and absolute location?
- Working in your groups, complete the map stations around the room.
- Use the Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park map on p. 15 and the handout Map Titles and Symbols.
- Follow the directions at each station. Use the map on p. 15 as a reference point. Write your answers on the map handout.
Student talk: In what ways have we met this learning target using the map activity?
Reflection: “I am meeting the learning target because I did _______________________.”
WASHINGTON STATE HISTORY
4th-5th periods: We reviewed Friday’s assignment (9.19.14).
6th-7th periods: We worked to finish late work, especially the assessment regarding uplift, volcanic activity, folding and faulting. With time remaining we reviewed some of Friday’s assignment (9.19.14).