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Title: Welcome to Science!

Welcome to Science!
  • Mrs. Deasy- Team Killer Bees!

How to Say My Name
  • Deasy Day See

A Little About Me
  • Born in Keene, NH
  • Undergrad degree from Ohio State University in
    Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology
  • Masters Degree from Texas State University in
    Secondary Education
  • I LOVE Science!!

What Will We Learn?
  • Scientific Methods
  • Classification of Living Things
  • 5 Kingdoms of Living Things
  • Human Body Systems
  • Heredity
  • Dissection and Lab Technique
  • Critical Thinking Skills

  • Work outside of the classroom setting and get
    some fresh air into those brains!!
  • Introduction to scientific methods. Well look
    at a new way to think about and analyze the world
    around us.
  • Use fun new toys!
  • dissection tools
  • microscopes, scales, meters, etc.
  • pipettes
  • USB Microscopes
  • And so much more!

Supplies You Need
  • 3-ring binder with 5 dividers 1.5 or more)
  • Pencils Colored Pencils
  • Pencil pouch in your science binder
  • Highlighters
  • A Smile!! ?
  • Optional small sharpener, small ruler, thumb

Class Expectations
  • R Respond Appropriately
  • E Encouragement is Essential
  • S Safe is Smart
  • P Participate and Pay Attention
  • E Excellence Only Zone!
  • C Come Prepared for Class
  • T Take Responsibility for Your Own Learning
    Do Hard Things

Class Procedures
  • How to Enter the Classroom/Start Class
  • How I Get Your Attention
  • Sharpening Your Pencil
  • Leaving the Classroom (emergencies only)
  • Make-Up Work
  • Passing In/Back Papers

  • Homework is given 3-5 times per week. If it was
    important enough for me to assign it, its
    important enough for you to do it! Spend quality
    time on it.
  • Labs/Projects will be worth 20-100 points,
    depending on the time involved in the lab itself
    and the write-up requirements.
  • Quizzes are a series of short answer, fill-in,
    multiple choice and matching designed to keep you
    on track. They are worth 35-75 points each
    depending on length.
  • Tests are generally multiple choice format with a
    short answer section. They are designed to
    assess your concept understanding, improve your
    testing skills as well as prepare you for state

Late Work
  • Your assignments are due at the BEGINNING of a
    class period. If you dont have them completed
    when you walk in the door, they are late.
  • Late work is to be completed in a detention after
    school or during lunch.
  • Completed the day it was due 5 deduction
  • Turned in the following day 15 deduction
  • Turned in two days late 25 deduction
  • Late work will not be accepted after the third
    day, as the class has likely moved beyond that
    point and it will only keep you further behind.
  • If you have confusion or need help, ask me ASAP.
    Im here for you, but I cant read minds. I need
    you to tell me when youre struggling!

How You Can Be Successful
  • R.E.S.P.E.C.T.
  • Ask for help! There are NO stupid questions.
  • My Contact Info
  • sdeasy_at_mrsd.org
  • 512-567-6177
  • Or come by for a visit after school. Remember
    Im here for YOU!
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