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Title: Environmental Science


1
Environmental Science
  • Agendas
  • Fall 2013

2
To get Textbook on-line
  • Go to my.hrw.com
  • Login allper_stude
  • Fill in the _ with your period number
  • Example if you are in 4th period, your login
    would be allper4stude
  • Password
  • Per 1 k8j6s
  • Per 4 p9s7b
  • Per 5 v2t7z

3
REMIND 101
  • Text to 706 434-8709
  • Period 1 _at_1d10e
  • Period 4 _at_cd298
  • Period 5 _at_ed840
  • Period 6 _at_8ee7a
  • Period 7 _at_fbc83

4
Environmental Science M 11/4
  • Turn in Water Footprint Webquest
  • Returns
  • Warm Up
  • Review Unit Vocabulary list. Write down terms
    you feel we have not yet discussed in class.
  • Remaining info bits.
  • Review Ch 11.1 ws Ch 11.2 answers.
  • Discuss webquest info.
  • Review warm-up answers from last Friday, 10/25
  • HW print out and bring to class tomorrow
  • Aquatic Ecosystems powerpoint slides 1-27
  • Freshwater powerpoint
  • Test Thursday Freshwater (Ch 7.1 Ch 11
    extras from field trip and video) CURRENT EVENT
    DUE FRIDAY

5
Environmental Science Th 10/31
  • Warm Up
  • What are the steps of water treatment?
  • What are the steps of wastewater treatment?
  • Ch 11.3 2 notes from each paragraph (26 )
  • Ch 11.2 Read and answer Reading Checks and
    section 2 review Qs 1-5
  • MEET ME IN MEDIA CENTER TOMORROW
  • Test Wednesday

6
Wastewater Treatment
  • Grit screen
  • Primary Settlement basin sludge settles out
    and transported to landfill, incinerator or
    fertilizer
  • Secondary Biological process - Add bacteria
    oxygen (aerobic)
  • Secondary clarifier (recycle bacteria eats more
    waste)
  • Tertiary treatment chlorination or UV radiation
    kills germs

7
Water Treatment
  • Withdrawal from river
  • aeration
  • Coagulation (alum)
  • Floculation
  • Sedimentation
  • Filtration
  • Disinfection fluoridation (chlorine fluoride)
  • Distribution

8
Environmental Science W 10/30/13
  • Turn in Ch 11.1 guided reading ws
  • Turn in Water Distribution mini-lab if you still
    have it
  • Guest Speaker Kathleen Lemley
  • from Cobb County Water System
  • Ch 11.3 2 notes from each paragraph (26 ) Now
    due Friday
  • BRING TEXTBOOK TOMORROW
  • Test Wednesday

9
Environmental Science T 10/29 1st per
  • Warm Up
  • How much of the worlds total water is available
    to us as fresh surface water, in total ?
  • What are other methods of obtaining drinking
    water for areas without fresh surface water?
  • CW/HW
  • Complete Water Distribution mini-lab turn in
  • Complete 11.1 guided reading due tomorrow
  • Ch 11, section 3 due Thursday
  • Read,
  • Write each section title (including red
    subsections)
  • take 2 important notes from each paragraph (26
    s)
  • Test next Wednesday Freshwater (Ch 7.1 Ch 11
    extras from field trip and video)

10
Environmental Science T 10/29 4th 5th per
  • Warm Up
  • How much of the worlds total water is available
    to us as fresh surface water, in total ?
  • What are other methods of obtaining drinking
    water for areas without fresh surface water?
  • Turn in 11.1 guided reading
  • CW/HW
  • Complete Water Distribution mini-lab turn in
  • Ch 11, section 3 now due Thursday
  • Write each section title (including red
    subsections)
  • take 2 important notes from each paragraph (26
    s)
  • Test next Wednesday Freshwater (Ch 7.1 Ch 11
    extras from field trip and video)

11
Environmental Science M 10/28
  • Warm Up
  • What is it called when water gets taken up
    through plants and sent back to the atmosphere
    through their leaves?
  • How does water get back into an aquifer?
  • CW/HW
  • Ch 11, section 1 Complete Guided Reading due
    tomorrow
  • Ch 11, section 3 due Wednesday
  • Read,
  • Write each section title (including red
    subsections)
  • take 2 important notes from each paragraph
  • Test next Wednesday Freshwater (Ch 7.1 Ch 11
    extras from field trip)

12
Environmental Science F ? 10/25
  • Summarize three main points from yesterdays
    Poisoned Waters video.
  • What is the endocrine system?
  • Answer 3-6 during the video
  • How do the endocrine disruptors, PCBs and other
    toxic chemicals get into the waterways?
  • How do they end up in our drinking water?
  • How do they end up in our food?
  • Video notes list all sources of pollutants to
    the bay as they are discussed in the video.
  • Chesapeake Bay video Poisoned Waters

13
Environmental Science W 10/23
  • Feedback on field trip (Write on a separate
    sheet)
  • Your Group names (5)
  • General impression
  • What you liked
  • What you didnt like
  • Suggest improvements
  • Class Data collection and analysis
  • Complete macroinvertebrate MM lab

14
Environmental Science M 10/21
  • Stamp vocab 33 59
  • Warm Up
  • What is a macroinvertebrate?
  • What is a bioindicator?
  • How do we use macroinvertebrates as
    bioindicators?
  • Field trip instructions
  • Macroinvertebrate graphing activity (w/ MMs ?!)

15
Field Trip Instructions
  • Allergies? Come prepared (epipen, if needed)
  • Dress for the weather
  • Sneakers or other closed shoes
  • Sweatshirt/light jacket/rain gear
  • Pack a lunch that doesnt have to be refrigerated
  • if you wish to shop at gift shop (if time)
  • Buses leave FROM SCIENCE BUILDING AT 820
  • 1st per, first bus
  • 4th per, second bus
  • 5th per, 3rd bus

16
Environmental Science F ? 10/18
  • TURN IN FIELD TRIP FORMS/
  • Current event share and turn in
  • No Warm Up
  • CW/HW Complete vocabulary 33 59 Due Monday
  • note some will need to be looked up on line

17
Environmental Science Th 10/17
  • Turn in Chattahoochee River article Organized
    Notes
  • Stamp Dam Debate argument points
  • Current Event DUE TOMORROW
  • Tomorrow is LAST DAY to turn in field trip
    permission forms.
  • Warm Up
  • Describe solutions to river pollution
  • How does desalination work?
  • What are 2 advantages and 2 disadvantages of
    desalination?

18
Environmental Science W 10/16
  • TURN IN FIELD TRIP FORMS/
  • Take organized notes on Chattahoochee River
    History Article
  • Write 5 bulleted arguments for tomorrows debate
  • Current event due Friday

19
Environmental Science T 10/15
  • TURN IN FIELD TRIP FORMS/
  • Warm Up
  • Brainstorm some benefits of dams.
  • Brainstorm some negative effects of dams.
  • Notes on water management.
  • CW/HW
  • Take organized notes on The Community Pond
    Pre-Visit Information due Thursday (class time
    will be given tomorrow to work on this)
  • Current Event due Friday
  • Prepare for dam debate Thursday (create
    bulleted list of at least 5 arguments)

20
Environmental Science M 10/14
  • TURN IN FIELD TRIP FORMS/
  • Complete Watershed Woes pollution activity turn
    in
  • Notes on Freshwater Aquatic ecosystems

21
Environmental Science F ?10/11
  • TURN IN FIELD TRIP FORMS/
  • Warm Up
  • What is a watershed?
  • Brainstorm some possible sources of pollution in
    rivers.
  • Stamp vocab 1-32
  • Watershed Woes pollution activity

22
Environmental Science Th 10/10
  • TURN IN FIELD TRIP FORMS/
  • Warm Up
  • How does temperature affect dissolved oxygen (DO)
    levels in aquatic ecosystems?
  • How does current/turbulence affect DO levels in
    aquatic ecosystems?
  • CW/HW
  • complete test corrections
  • Vocab 1-32 due tomorrow

23
Environmental Science W 10/9
  • Turn in field trip permission/ - due Friday
  • Warm Up
  • List at least 5 different types of aquatic
    ecosystems (i.e., lakes, etc)
  • List at least 5 abiotic factors that affect
    organisms in aquatic ecosystems.
  • GREEN CLUB GUEST SPEAKER FROM ENVIRONMENT GEORGIA
  • TODAY AFTER SCHOOL HERE SNACKS!
  • CW/HW
  • Test returns/make-ups/corrections due Friday
    end of day
  • Aquatic ecosystems vocab due Friday (class time
    tomorrow)

24
Environmental Science W 10/2
  • Turn in Packet
  • Section 5.1 (Energy Transfer) vocab
  • Section 5.2 (Cycles of Matter) vocab Qs
  • Section 5.3 (Succession) vacab Qs
  • Vocab review sheet
  • Transfer of Energy in Ecosystems/Food web ws
  • Carbon Cycle (complete Matter Cycles on back)
  • Predators as Prey (Shark Article notes)
  • Turn in field trip permission exact change, or
    donation, please
  • TEST

25
Environmental Science T 10/1
  • Warm Up
  • Compare and contrast the matter cycles C, N P
  • Put Packet together due tomorrow
  • Section 5.1 (Energy Transfer) vocab
  • Section 5.2 (Cycles of Matter) vocab Qs
  • Section 5.3 (Succession) vacab Qs
  • Vocab review sheet
  • Transfer of Energy in Ecosystems/Food web ws
  • Carbon Cycle (complete Matter Cycles on back)
  • Predators as Prey (Shark Article notes)
  • Stamp and review Vocab Review
  • BINGO review
  • TEST WEDNESDAY How Ecosystems work (Ch 5)

26
Environmental Science M 9/30
  • Warm Up
  • What kind of succession is shown in the Mount St.
    Helens video? Explain.
  • How does an algal bloom lead to oxygen depletion?
  • Notes on phosphorus cycle
  • Review and complete C O worksheet
  • CW/HW Ch 5 vocab review
  • TEST WEDNESDAY How Ecosystems work (Ch 5)

27
Environmental Science F 9/27
  • No Warm Up
  • Stamp 5.3 Succession HW
  • NOVA Mount St. Helens Back from the Dead video,
    with notes

28
Environmental Science Th 9/26
  • Turn in Dead Zones webquest
  • Warm Up
  • How does eutrophication relate to the nitrogen
    and phosphorus cycles?
  • Short Video notes on eutrophication and
    succession.
  • Powerpoint on succession
  • CW/HW Succession Book Work Ch 5, section 3
  • Define vocab, including italics
  • Answer Section Review Qs p. 141 1-6
  • TEST WEDNESDAY How Ecosystems work (Ch 5)

29
Environmental Science W 9/25
  • After school Wed, Oct. 9th 330 430 Green
    Club Meeting presentation by Environmental
    Georgia (a non-profit organization that works to
    protect the Georgia environment)
  • Warm Up
  • What do all fish need to thrive?
  • What do phytoplankton and algae need to thrive?
  • Turn in Food Web Project WITH RUBRIC
  • CW/HW Dead Zone internet ws
  • TEST WEDNESDAY How Ecosystems work (Ch 5)

30
Environmental Science T 9/24
  • No Warm Up start working on C O cycles sheet
  • Stamp and review matter cycles book questions
  • Notes on Nitrogen and phosphorus cycles
  • CW C O cycles ws
  • Food Web Project due Tomorrow

31
Environmental Science M 9/23
  • Warm Up
  • What are the 3 elements whose cycles are
    explained in Ch 5.2?
  • What are the three main ingredients of
    fertilizer?
  • What is the main ingredient of air?
  • CW/HW Ch 5.2
  • 1) vocab, including italics
  • 2) read
  • 3) answer end of section questions (p. 136) 1-6
    thoroughly
  • Food Web Project NOW DUE WEDNESDAY

32
Environmental Science F ? 9/20
  • Stamp graph and article notes
  • No warm up, but get your journal for later
  • Questions on project?
  • Discuss Land to Mouth graph and articles
  • Review quiz (on back of graph)
  • Turn in Land to Mouth, with graph
  • Outdoor activity 2 column observations
  • Nature Mans effect on nature
  • Food web project due Tuesday

33
Environmental Science Th 9/19
  • SIGN UP FOR REMIND 101
  • No Warm Up
  • Stamp and review Land to Mouth activity
  • Shark Articles
  • CW complete Land to Mouth graph due tomorrow
  • BRING TEXT BOOK TOMORROW
  • Apex Predator Food Web due Tuesday

34
Environmental Science W 9/18
  • Warm Up
  • Describe the effects on the food web from
    yesterdays ws if the frog population declined.
  • Stamp energy pyramid
  • Food chain quiz ws From Land to Mouth activity
    due tomorrow
  • Assign APEX predator project due next Tuesday

35
Environmental Science T 9/17
  • Warm Up
  • How does energy transfer in an ecosystem?
  • Does energy cycle in an ecosystem? Explain.
  • Is energy transfer 100 efficient? Explain.
  • CW/HW Energy pyramid ws both sides
  • Below FOOD WEB diagram, write in longest food
    chain you can find. Add in energy and trophic
    levels for each organism in chain.

36
Environmental Science M 9/16
  • Journal Check
  • Review Fridays warm-up
  • Guided notes on transfer of energy in ecosystems
  • Test corrections due by end of day Friday

37
Environmental Science F ? 9/13
  • Stamp Energy Transfer Vocab
  • Share current events
  • Warm Up
  • What is a food chain?
  • Why do the arrows in a food chain point to the
    eater?
  • Test corrections
  • Journal check Monday

38
Environmental Science Th 9/12
  • Warm Up
  • Predict your test score
  • Reflect on whether you feel you were well enough
    prepared. If not, what could you have done more?
    If so, what did you do?
  • Test returns
  • New Unit How Ecosystems work (Ch 5)
  • CW/HW Ch 5 Vocabulary, section 1 only, including
    italics much Energy Pyramid
  • Current Event due TOMORROW

39
Environmental Science W 9/11
  • Turn in Packet
  • Ch 4 Vocab (13-40)
  • Scientific Method Vocabulary sheet
  • The Organization of Life (triangle)
  • Pesticide resistance
  • Kingdom VENN diagrams
  • Ch 4 and Sci Method Review Practice
  • p. 115-116 10-18, 21, 23-24 p117 1-2
  • Test

40
Environmental Science T 9/10/13
  • Put Packet Together
  • Ch 4 Vocab (13-40)
  • Scientific Method Vocabulary sheet
  • The Organization of Life (triangle)
  • Pesticide resistance
  • Kingdom VENN diagrams
  • Ch 4 and Sci Method Review Practice
  • Text book work see below
  • CW/HW Complete p. 115-116 10-18, 21, 23-24
    p117 1-2
  • Quiz returns
  • Stamp VENN and Review
  • Review Review ?
  • Test tomorrow and Packet due

41
Environmental Science M 9/9/13
  • No Warm Up
  • Work on Kingdom VENN sheet (15 minutes)
  • Ch 4 (Organization of Life) Vocab Quiz
  • CW/HW Ch 4 and Scientific Method review sheet
  • BRING TEXT BOOK TOMORROW
  • TEST WEDNESDAY
  • Current Event Due Friday

42
Environmental Science F ? 9/6/13
  • Warm Up
  • Compare and contrast natural selection and
    artificial selection.
  • CW Complete captions under pictures on Pesticide
    Resistance
  • Coevolution power point examples
  • Vocab QUIZ Monday Test Wednesday

43
Environmental Science Th 9/5/13
  • When we try to pick out anything by itself, we
    find it hitched to everything else in the
    universe.
  • - John Muir
  • Warm-up
  • Brainstorm the kingdoms from oldest to most
    recent.
  • Add characteristics to the kingdoms in 1.
  • Notes on Kingdoms of Life
  • Lab make-up today after school
  • Vocab QUIZ Monday Test Wednesday

44
Environmental Science W 9/4/13
  • Returns
  • Warm Up (text ref. pp. 99-102)
  • Organize the following from least to most
    complex ecosystem, organism, population,
    community, biome, biosphere
  • Write in what is added between each level from
    1.
  • CW The Organization of Life chart
  • BRING TEXTBOOK TOMORROW
  • Yeast Lab Make-up session Thursday after school
  • Vocab quiz Monday
  • Test Wednesday Scientific Method Organization
    of Life (Ch. 4)

45
Environmental Science T 9/3/13
  • In media center graphing data on Excel.
  • All lab sheets turned in.

46
Environmental Science F ? 8/30
  • Stamp remaining vocab sheets
  • Share current events and turn in
  • Graph yeast lab data
  • Happy Labor Day!
  • Lab make-up time next Thursday after school
  • MEET ME IN THE MEDIA CENTER ON TUESDAY HAVE
    YOUR LAB DATA READY

47
Environmental Science Th 8/29
BACK OF ROOM BACK OF ROOM
Group 7 Group 8
Group 5 Group 6
Group 3 Group 4
Group 1 Group 2
  • Get goggles and apron
  • Sit at your group table
  • Get yeast lab sheet out
  • Complete lab safety quiz, if necessary
  • READ LAB PROCEDURE
  • Wait for further instructions
  • Yeast lab

48
READ LAB PROCEDURE
  • Ice cold room temp luke warm boiling
  • Add 5 mL to procedure 3
  • Use stirring rod only once at beginning
  • Use cell phone for timer start time when you
    add water
  • Dont disturb test tube once time starts
  • Measure with agenda ruler or ruler provided

49
Environmental Science W 8/28
  • Warm Up
  • Compare and contrast abiotic and biotic
  • List 5 abiotic factors that would affect a
    population of mountain goats.
  • List 5 biotic factors that would affect a
    population of mountain goats.
  • Stamp vocab (except p. 1 due tomorrow)
  • Lab safety
  • Prelab WEAR CLOSE-TOED SHOES TOMORROW
  • HW Current Event due Friday

50
Ecology Unit Standards
  • SEV2. Students will demonstrate an understanding
    that the Earth is one interconnected system.
  • a. Describe how the abiotic components (water,
    air, and energy) affect the biosphere.
  • b. Recognize and give examples of the hierarchy
    of the biological entities of the biosphere
    (organisms, populations, communities, ecosystems,
    and biosphere).

51
Ecology Unit Standards
  • SEV2. Students will demonstrate an understanding
    that the Earth is one interconnected system.
  • c. Characterize the components that define a
    Biome.
  • Abiotic Factors to include precipitation,
    temperature and soils.
  • Biotic Factors plant and animal adaptations
    that create success in that biome.
  • d. Characterize the components that define
    fresh-water and marine systems.
  • Abiotic Factors to include light, dissolved
    oxygen, phosphorus, nitrogen, pH and substrate.
  • Biotic Factors plant and animal adaptations
    characteristic to that system.

52
Environmental Science T 8/27
  • Warm Up
  • Contrast quantitative vs. qualitative data.
  • Compare and contrast observation vs. inference.
  • Vocab due tomorrow Ch 4 terms only (13-40)
  • Current event due Friday
  • Scientific Method notes

53
Environmental Science M 8/26
  • Turn in packet (see bottom of study guide for
    T.O.C.)
  • Take test
  • Define vocab words from next unit study guide
    due Wednesday
  • Numbered, on notebook paper
  • Current Event due Friday

54
Environmental Science F ? 8/23
  • Warm Up
  • Give an example of a situation when a
    cost-benefit analysis has different results for
    different stakeholders. (ref. p. 17)
  • Quiz returns
  • Packet due Monday (T.O.C. on Study Guide)
  • Test Monday

55
Environmental Science Th 8/22
  • No Warm Up
  • Global Issues Vocab Quiz
  • After Quiz
  • Read Mass Extinctions article
  • Take 5 column notes IN JOURNAL
  • name date cause species
    died other notes

56
Environmental Science W 8/21
  • Warm Up
  • How is ecology related to environmental science?
  • What is the meaning of this powerpoint
    background?
  • What is meant by space-ship earth?
  • Complete comparisons ws
  • Vocab Quiz tomorrow
  • Global Issues Test Monday

57
Environmental Science T 8/20
  • No Warm Up
  • Complete Humans Effect on Environment organizer
  • Stamp guided reading
  • Review of guided reading quick
  • Historical Effect on Environment group
    presentations
  • Vocab Quiz Thursday
  • Test Monday

58
Environmental Science M 8/19
  • Warm Up
  • List three commons from the Lorax video
  • List 3 commons from the Commons video
  • CW History organizer
  • HW Guided reading due tomorrow
  • Vocab quiz Thursday
  • Test Monday Ch 1 Global Environmental Issues

59
Environmental Science F ? 8/16
  • Warm-up
  • What does the lack of sustainability lead to?
    (hint see yesterdays video notes)
  • Share current events
  • Lorax video with notes
  • Guided reading due Tuesday

60
Environmental Science Th. 8/15
  • Warm Up
  • What are the 3 periods in history the text uses
    to describe mans influence on the environment,
    and their time frames?
  • Complete Guided reading
  • Commons Sense video notes
  • HW Current event due tomorrow

61
Environmental Science Wed. 8/14
  • Warm Up
  • What is the Tragedy of the Commons?
  • How can the over-exploitation of common resources
    be avoided?
  • Stamp Ch 1 Vocab.
  • Complete Fishing for the Future questions, and
    turn in.
  • Ch 1 Guided Reading notes
  • HW Current Event Due Friday

62
Environmental Science Tues, 8/13
  • Warm Up
  • What is sustainability?
  • What are fisheries?
  • Intro Current Events
  • Fishing for the Future activity.
  • HW
  • Unit 1 Vocab due tomorrow
  • Current event due Friday
  • BRING BOOKS TOMORROW

63
Environmental Science Monday, 8/12
  • Warm Up
  • Define ecological footprint using your own words.
  • What was your ecological footprint?
  • Turn in Ecological Footprint
  • Turn in signed syllabus
  • Do warm-up
  • Textbooks Station 1
  • Ch 1 vocab due Wednesday at beginning of class
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