Marking period 1
August 27- October 29, 2019
Anything turned in after collected in class on the due date is considered Late.
If you are in school but miss my class- HW is still due that day. If you do not turn it in- it will be considered late.
Some Items will be accepted late with some deduction.
1 Day late = - 10% minimum
2 Days late = - 20% minimum
3 + days late = worth 1 point/ page
Some homework & assignments will NOT be accepted Late- this will be noted when assigned.
Items NEVER accepted late: Dictionary & Extra Credit
BEING ABSENT the DAY BEFORE the work is due or before a test does NOT give you an extra day. All material is accessible on my website.ALL past due work MUST be turned in the day before the marking period ends for credit (1 point/page completed) to be given.
Extra credit is due on the date listed-at the time I ask for it to be passed forward or turned in- no exceptions- NO LATES accepted.Cheating- copying answers off of another student's paper- results in zero's for ALL students involved.
Science homework assignments are subject to change without notice.
Click on the date ↓ to access what we did in class, HW assignments and due dates.
August 26- September 3 Introduction to Class
Click on these links ↓ to access the worksheets that were passed out in class.September 2-17 Lab Safety and Scientific MethodCDT testing is on September 11-12Scientific Method PacketThink Outside the Beaker- PSU afterschool Science ENrichmnet Program:Access the flyer by clicking the link above. Registration is required (register at: http://www.cvent.com/d/nyqt2g). 1st Come- 1st Serve. There is a limit to the number of students who may participate. The bus will bring them from BAMS (pick up outside of the woodshop area) to PSU and back to BAMS but YOU must provide your child a ride home after they arrive back to BAMS. Have your child see me about earning extra credit points by participating.2019 Dates & times: five Mondays starting 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14) 3:45-5:15 at 538 Davey Lab
September 18- October 4 Microscope and the CellOctober 7 -18 Inside CellsOctober 21-November 1 Cell Chemistry1st Marking period ends Tueday Oct. 29ALL Marking period extra credit is due on or before Monday October 28 NO Lates accepted- even if you are absent on 10/28.Cell Respiration, Fermentation and Photosynthesis Worksheet (NOTE: The HW p. 27, Ex.c.p. 28 is due on 10/30. AND Dictionary p. 3 due 11/1)Review Sheet for test (Note: Test is on 10/31)Family Science Night at the High School- DATE Tuesday Nov 12...Extra Credit opportunity worth up to 6 points1. Visit this event.2. Write a summary of 3-5 activities they showed you. (Name & What it was about)3. Get a signature from the presenter and submit it to Ms. Crisan~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~NOT updated for 2019November 5 to 28 Cell TransportThanksgiving Vacation is Wednesday November 23- Monday November 27.Extra Credit Opportunity:1. Visit the Family Science Night at the Bellefonte High School from 6-8 pm on Date- to be determined.2. Visit 3 booths/ tables.3. Write 5 complete, well organized, thoughtful and informative sentences about what you learned from the booth.4. Have someone from the booth sign your sheet.5. Turn into Ms. Crisan in school the next day (will accept up to November 18)Domain Notebook Student pagesNeed to verify if this is still happening for 2017Extra Credit opportunity worth up to 6 points1. Visit this event.2. Write a summary of 3-5 activities they showed you. (Name & What it was about)3. Get a signature from the presenter and submit it to Ms. CrisanEvent: The Penn State Society of Physics Students (SPS) chapter will be presenting a 'lecture demonstration and magic show'(for kids of all ages, as they say) twice on Saturday, Oct. 15th as part of the Parents and Family Weekend Alumni association planning.No tickets are required (nor RSVP) but the first show (from 11:00 - 11:45) often does fill up. The second show is at 1:00-1:45.119 Osmond Lab lecture hall on PSU campus so keep that in mind when planning your attendance.
Any/all Penn State and State College area (or beyond!) students and families (of all ages) are welcome, so please feel free to share with friends and acquaintances.Last Years worksheetsLooking Inside Cells Note Answers