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HOMEWORK

WEEK 11
10/24-10/28
7TH GRADE:
HOMEWORK PAGES:

Revisit 95-105+
105-109

Monday 10/24/16

TO DO: QUIETLY GET ISN NOTEBOOK


2. Pick up your textbook and take a seat, at bell be seated
and writing Sci Spot question
TODAYS Sci-Spot Question:

7TH Grade: What are Seismic Waves?


Please take out your Science Fair to check for completion.

TODAY: Remediation DIA 2

What are Seismic Waves?


When earthquakes happen they produce
Seismic Waves. Response of material to the
arrival of energy fronts released by rupture.
Book p.99 & 232
Two types:
Body waves
P and S

Surface waves
R and L
Video Twig: Earthquakes What-is-an-earthquake
Seismic-waves-TWIG

VOICE LEVEL: 1 (whisper only)


This
test-remediation
Science is
Faira
Tip:Retake
Visit www.sciencebuddies.org
Pick experiment due next day to find easy experiments

Remediation:
1. Mark all questions
and standards you
have missed.
2. Retake the test
answering the
questions first in
notebooks.

If you dont need to


remediate:
Please work on your
science projects.
Use your time to finish
research, or complete
your data, graphs,
hypothesis, you can
use ipads in class.

Tuesday 10/25/16

TO DO: QUIETLY GET ISN NOTEBOOK


2. Pick up your textbook and take a seat, at bell be seated
and writing Sci Spot question
TODAYS Sci-Spot Question:

7TH Grade: What layers is Earths


interior made out of?
Please take out your Science Fair packets to check for
completion.
TODAY: Remediation DIA2

Earth
vs.
Egg
Earth radius = 6370 km
Lithosphere (plate) thickness = 100 km

What % of Earth radius is lithosphere?~2%

Egg radius = 0.75 inch


Egg shell thickness = 0.015 inch

What % of egg radius is shell?


2%

How do these compare?


Watch video lecture
EggVsEarth

Earths Layers

Structure-of-the-earth-TWIG
SONG
Song: Inner Core, Outer Core, Mantle and Crust

VOICE LEVEL: 1 (whisper only)


This
test-remediation
Science is
Faira
Tip:Retake
Visit www.sciencebuddies.org
Pick experiment due next day to find easy experiments

Remediation:
1. Mark all questions
and standards you
have missed.
2. Retake the test
answering the
questions first in
notebooks.

If you dont need to


remediate:
Please work on your
science projects.
Use your time to finish
research, or complete
your data, graphs,
hypothesis, you can
use ipads in class.

Wednesday 10/26/16

TO DO: QUIETLY GET ISN NOTEBOOK


2. Pick up your textbook and take a seat, at bell be seated
and writing Sci Spot question
TODAYS Sci-Spot Question:

7TH Grade: Explain convection currents


and what layer of Earth do they occur
in?
Please take out your Science Fair handouts to check for
completion.

Convection Currents inside the MANTLE


Plates are driven by cooling of Earth.
Gravity provides additional force to move plates.

Modified from USGS Graphics

Convection is like a boiling pot.

Plate tectonics
Convection in Earths interior is like a boiling pot.

Modified from USGS Graphics

The heated soup rises to the surface, spreads and begins to cool, and then
sinks back to the bottom of the pot where it is reheated and rises again.

Thursday 10/27/16

TO DO: QUIETLY GET ISN NOTEBOOK


2. Pick up your textbook and take a seat, at bell be seated
and writing Sci Spot question
TODAYS Sci-Spot Question:

7TH Grade: What is density, and


explain density differences between
the layers of Earth?
How-hot-is-the-earths-core-TWIG
Please take out your Science Fair Handouts to check for
completion.

Friday 10/28/16

TO DO: QUIETLY GET ISN NOTEBOOK


2. Pick up your textbook and take a seat, at bell be seated
and writing Sci Spot question
TODAYS Sci-Spot Question:

7TH Grade: Explain scientific model and


why it can be helpful in visualizing
Earths layers?
Please take out your Science Fair Handouts to check for
completion.

Earths Structure and Materials


Table of Contents
Earths Interior
Convection and the Mantle
Classifying Rocks
Igneous and Metamorphic Rock
Sedimentary Rocks
The Rock Cycle

Earths Interior
Waves
Paths of ocean waves change when the waves reach an
island.

Earths Interior
Earths Crust
The circle graph shows the composition of Earths
crust.

Earths Interior
Mantle Piece
Earths mantle is nearly 3,000 kilometers thick. The
rigid lithosphere rests on the softer material of the
asthenosphere.

Earths Interior
The Core of It
Earths core consists of two separate layers.
Where do these terms go on the Venn diagram?

Earths Interior
Temperature Inside Earth
The graph shows how temperatures change between
Earths surface and the core.

Earths Interior
Earths Magnetic Field
Earths magnetic field has a north and south pole,
like the magnetic field at each end of a bar magnet.

Convection and the Mantle

Mantle Convection
Heat from the core
and the mantle itself
causes convection
currents in the
mantle.

Classifying Rocks
Rock Origins
Rocks are classified by the way they formed.

Igneous and Metamorphic Rock


Igneous Rock Origins and
Textures
The texture of igneous rock
varies according to its origin.

Sedimentary Rocks

How Sedimentary Rock Forms


Sedimentary rocks form through a
series of processes over millions
of years.

Sedimentary Rocks
What is the proper sequence of the terms in the word
bank that will show how mountains can change into
sedimentary rock?

Sedimentary Rocks
Organic Rocks
How do coal and limestone form?

The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle


Through melting,
weathering and
erosion, and heat
and pressure, the
rock cycle
constantly changes
rocks from one type
into another type.

The Rock Cycle

Patterns in the Rock


Cycle: Surface
Events
All of the paths of
the rock cycle
result from only a
few surface and
subsurface
processes. What
words belong in the
empty boxes in the
graphic organizer?

The Rock Cycle


Surface and Subsurface Events: the Tibetan Plateau
Processes on and underneath Earths surface drive the
rock cycle in mountains on the Tibetan Plateau.

The Rock Cycle


The Rock Cycle and Plate Tectonics
New rock forms on the ocean floor of the Atlantic
Ocean, forming a ridge. Here, two plates move apart.