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    Welcome to G10 Science! Welcome to G10 Science! Presentation Transcript

    • Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. Welcome to Class! G10 Physics & Environmental Science MrT Mars Rover from wikipedia.com
    • Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. Washing up area LayannePolinaMasaruJi HyeonAkiraSaumil LukeChiharuEisukeMadeleineNyeong-MinRyotaro PreetpalNozomiJustinMika TakumiKohAndy LucasJacky
    • Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. MrT staylor@canacad.ac.jp @IBiologyStephen i-Biology.net is.gd/IBiologyFacebook IB Biology SL I (Block 7) Intro Chemistry (Block 6) Intro Physics/ Environmental Science (Block 1) Office Hours: Blocks 2, 3, 4, 5 & in Library “A good head and good heart are always a formidable combination. But when you add to that a literate tongue or pen, then you have something very special.” Nelson Mandela
    • Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. Our Course High-school level introductory Physics & Environmental Science 1.Describing Motion (Kinematics) 2.Forces and Motion 3.Energy, Work & Power 4.Electricity 5.Atomic Science 6.Exploring Environments 7.One World: Think Global, Act Local Semester1Semester2
    • Rule #1: Make Good Decisions Should we need any more? Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives.
    • Work ModeUse only the apps required for the task at hand. Work efficiently in class, so that your own time is your own! Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. Laptops ClosedGive your full attention to the task, teacher or your group. We will use technology a lot in our class, including laptops, data-loggers and smartphones. Please come charged and prepared. We’ll use them sometimes…
    • Make Good Decisions Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. • All our resources are on GoogleSites: is.gd/MrTG10Science • We will use Quia a lot for formative, content-checking work. • All tasks are reported in PowerSchool. • You can subscribe the assignment calendar • Most work will be collected on Turnitin.com or through GoogleDocs. • Use APA for referencing in ALL tasks. • My due dates are almost always 9pm. You need to get to bed. • We use a lot of class time for assignments. Make good use of it. • If you miss class, come as soon as possible to catch up. • I’m always available to help. • Be responsible and safe on social media. Protect your online reputation. • Treat yourself, our working environment and others with respect.
    • Assessment Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. • ALL Summative assessments need to be completed. • Missed assignments lose semester credit • Late summative work results in: • email sent to parents, counselor, principal • compulsory 1 hour detention with principal • work must be submitted at the end of the detention • Summative assessment grades are based on the six MYP Criteria • Details of criteria and grade boundaries are here • We’ll go over these as we go along • All grades are put into Powerschool
    • Assessment Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives.
    • Google Docs Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. • Most drafting and collaboration takes place in GoogleDocs. • NEVER rename or delete this folder: • This is where most of the documents you need will be placed. • It will also allow me to see your progress and give feedback on tasks.
    • 1. Yellow: Optimism • What are you looking forward to in this class? 2. Green: Creativity • How can studying science help us solve problems or be creative? 4. White: The Facts • What are you going to study in this class and what do you need to do? 6. Red: Feelings • What are your intuitions or emotions about science? 3. Blue: Control • What key rules and processes do you need to remember? 5. Black: Problems • What are you nervous about in this class? Hat images from: http://www.clker.com/clipart-16372.html Learn more about the hats here: http://www.debonogroup.com/six_thinking_hats.php
    • Getting Set Up Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. Log in to the following: • Your CA Email • Your CA Website profile, go to our class • You and your parents can see links there • Class calendar • Class Google Site: is.gd/MrTG10Science • Open this introductory Quia Quiz • http://www.quia.com/quiz/3784726.html • Your username should be in your email
    • Popper Physics Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. The popper toys on your table demonstrate changes in motion and transfers of energy. As a group, manipulate and observe the popper and do the following on an A3 sheet: • Describe what happens to the popper using words. • Describe the motion of the popper using diagrams or graphs. What is the difference between independent and dependent variables? Give some examples of each and how you might design experiments around the poppers. • Think about some variables that you might work with: • Independent variables • Dependent variables Image from: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/paul.wallin/projects/dalek/toy.jpg
    • Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. is.gd/MrTG10Science
    • 15 http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/i-nigma-qr-code-data-matrix/id388923203?mt=8 i-Nigma QR Code Reader iPhoneiTouchiPad Images taken from the iTunes app store for each app or screenshots from my own iPhone Why do I like it? Quick and easy QR Code reader. Use with QuikQR.com to set up activities. Here’s an example (http://wp.me/p7lr1-1kB):
    • 16 http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/student-clicker-socrative/id477618130?mt=8 Socrative Student Clicker iPhoneiTouchiPad Images taken from the iTunes app store for each app or screenshots from my own iPhone Why do I like it? One-click to join the room and take part in class formative assessment tasks, such as quizzes, surveys and space races. Saves you from opening the site with your browser.
    • Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives.
    • Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. North South EastWest Where are we going?
    • Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. Where are we going?
    • Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. North South EastWest “North of West” “East of North” “ South of East” “ West of South” “West of North” “South of West” “ East of South” “ North of East” Where are we going?
    • Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives. More homework: Sleep and eat healthily