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Sunday, October 30, 2011

DRUG WEEK

DRUG FREE WEEK

This week we had drug awarness week. Each day was a different theme. I have provided you with a few pictures of the week.








Sunday, October 9, 2011

SCIENCE CLASSROOM MISSION

MR. IANNONE’S SCIENCE CLASSROOM MISSION STATEMENT
We, the students in Mr. Iannone’s class strive to do our academic best in Science. Completing our homework daily and to be prepared for any academic challenge is one way to make this happen. We will also reach our Investigation goals per assessment. We will strive to make personal growth in Science. We will be respectful and responsible role models for our school. We will treat others like we would like to be treated. We pledge to be successful, helpful, and trustworthy!



Monday, September 26, 2011

Lab safety powerpoint

Sunday, September 25, 2011

COOPERATIVE LEARNING

TEAM PUZZLE
THIS WEEK WE SPENT TIME ON DEVELOPING TEAM WORK. THIS ACTIVITY SHOWS YOU WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A SCIENTISTS. IN THIS ACTIVITY YOU NEED TO USE THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD. YOU ALSO HAVE TO NOTICE DETAIL AND TRY OVER AND OVER AGAIN. WE WERE TEST IF YOU COULD PUT THE PUZZLE TOGETHER WITH AND WITHOUT TALKING. SOME GROUPS DID BETTER WITH TALKING AS OTHERS DID BETTER WITHOUT TALKING. SO WE RECEIVED MIXED RESULTS.





Tuesday, September 20, 2011

TUESDAY

LAB SAFETY RAP

LAB SAFETY RAP

Saturday, September 17, 2011

WHICH COIN WILL HOLD THE MOST DROPS? EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

THIS WEEK WE WORKED ON THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD. THE STUDENTS HAD TO RUN LABS AND TURN IN A LAB REPORT.


student is doing the experiment. He is trying to determine how many drops on a coin.
                                                    

students are writing up their lab reports on the computer



Students testing their hypothesis.




Which of the the four different coins will hold the most drops?


MONDAY

MONDAY SONG
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22LKPL4F27U&feature=colike

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Magic in the classroom

MAGIC IN THE CLASSROOM

THIS WEEK WE SPENT TIME SEEING THE MAGIC IN SCIENCE. WE WORKED ON TEAM BUILDING AND SET THE FEELING TONE FOR SCIENCE. ONE GOAL WE HAD WAS MAKE SCIENCE FUN. THESE ACTIVITIES MAKE SCIENCE FUN. WE HAVE A FEW PICTURES OF US IN ACTION. WE ALSO DISSCOVERED THE TYPE OF LEARNING STYLE EACH STUDENT HAD.


we all have different learning styles








Saturday, August 27, 2011

ALL ABOUT SCIENCE JOURNAL WRITING

SCIENCE JOURNAL WRITING

THIS WEEK WE SPENT TIME LEARNING HOW TO TAKE NOTES LIKE A SCIENTISTS. WE TAKE NOTES BY USING THE COMPUTER AND INTERNET. I PROVIDED THEM WITH THE NOTES AND THEN THEY ADDED PICTURES THAT WOULD GO WITH THE NOTES.



Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Chinese Proverb In Action

HANDS ON SCIENCE IS THE BEST







I THINK THESE STUDENTS ARE HAVING FUN IN SCIENCE

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

WELCOME ABOARD 6TH GRADE 2011-2012 Lesson Plans

WHAT WILL THE FIRST THREE WEEKS IN MR. IANNONE'S SCIENCE CLASS  LOOK LIKE


 TO CREATE THE LEARNING TONE FOR STUDENTS TO THE CLASS. 2 TO CHECK FOR PRIOR KNOWLEDGE.

 
1. WELCOME AND HISTORY OF MR. IANNNONE AND POWERPOINT OF THE SCIENCE PROGRAM WITH SCIENCE GOALS FOR THE YEAR

2. PRE TEST OF VOCABULARY

3. GRADE PRE TEST OF VOCABULARY.

 DEFINE SCIENCE IN THEIR OWN WORDS AND CLASSIFY DIFFERENT TYPES OF SCIENCES.

 
1. MUST DESIGN THEIR COMPUTER JOURNAL AFTER YOU DRAW SCIENTISTS.


ESSENTIAL QUESTION: WHAT IS SCIENCE?

1. VOTE ON HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT SCIENCE.

2. DRAW A SCIENCTISTS FIRST

3. DEFINITION OF SCIENCE AND EXAMPLES

4. SCIENCE TYPES REVIEW CARDS

5.  TEST ON WHAT IS A SCIENTIST

8. REDRAW THE SCIENTISTS (SPONGE BOB INSTRUCTIONS)
TO CREATE THE LEARNING TONE

1. MENTOS EXPERIMENT

2.  DRY SAND AND CUP WITH WATER

3. WATER IN THE ZIP BAG WITH PENCIL

TO IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF LEARNER THEY ARE.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION IS WHAT TYPE OF LEARNER ARE YOU?

1. TAKE THE 7 INTELLIGENCY TEST

2.. DISCUSSION ON 7 INTELLIGENCY RECORD AND SHOW DATA

3. TAKE LEARING STYLE TEST AND RECORD DATA

4.  DISCUSSION ON LEARNING STYLE
5. LAB ON LEARNING STYLES with data

6. DISCUSSION ON FINDINGS AND COMPARE TO SURVEY VS LAB

7. WRITE A PARAGRAPH ON HOW THE CLASS WILL LOOK LIKE FOR YOU. AT LEAST 7 SENTENCES. USE THE DATA YOU GATHERED FROM THE 7 INTELLIGENCES AND LEARNING STYLE ACTIVITES.

DEMONSTRATE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN OBSERVATION AND AN INFERENCE AND WRITE GOOD PROCEDURES FOR COMPLETING A TASK. IDENTIFY THE PARTS OF THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD.

 
1. MAKE A PB&J SANDWICH

2. OBSERVATIONS VS INFERENCES

3. ARCHEOLOGY PUZZLE

4. QUIZ TAKES HOMW QUIZ WRITE A PROCEDURE FOR BRUSHING YOUR TEETH.

5. READ THE LITTLE MOLE TO INTRODUCE THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: WHAT IS THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD?

6. POWERPOINT ON THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD.

7. WRITE THREE QUESTIONS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW ABOUT THE EARTHWORM OBSERVATIONS
8. DO THE COIN FLIP LAB
9. PENNY PERDICTION HOW MANY DROPS ON A PENNY LAB
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: WHAT ADVANTAGE IS IT TO KNOW WHAT SCIENTIST HAS DONE IN THE PAST AND PRESENT?
TO BE ABLE TO DEVELOP GOOD COOPERATIVE LEARNING SKILLS.

 
1. PUZZLE WORK TOGETHER WITHOUT ANY TALKING.

2. ESSENTIAL QUESTION: WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO WORK AS A TEAM IN LAB?
3. PUZZLE WORK TOGETHER WITH TALKING

4. DISCUSSION ON PUZZLE ACTIVITY

5. ESSENTIAL QUESTION: WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO WORK AS A TEAM IN LAB?

DEMONSTRATE SAFE BEHAVIOR AND APPROPRIATE PROCEDURES.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO BE SAFE IN LABS?
1. DISCUSSION ON PUZZLE ACTIVITY

2. LECTURE LAB SAFETY RULES WITH DEMONSTRATIONS AND TAKING PICTURES ( with PowerPoint) ALSO HAVE A LAB SAFETY SONG plus some demos with students and take pictures

3. GIVE LAB SAFETY AGREEMENT TO BE SIGNED BY STUDENT AND PARENT.

4. LAB SAFETY STORIES WITH STUDY QUESTIONS

5. SAFETY SCHOOL LABS STORIES QUIZ

6. LAB SAFETY POSTER WITH RUBIC
7. DISCUSSION ON LAB SAFETY POSTER EACH STUDENT SHOWS THEIR OWN POSTER.

8. LABORATORY SAFETY TEST MUST PASS IN ORDER TO DO LABS 70%

9. CHECK LABORATORY SAFETY TEST



Saturday, July 16, 2011

Vibration. See the unseen.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

INTERESTING PICTURES FOR 20011


Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Amazing Animal Facts

ANIMAL FACTS


*Many birds feathers weigh more than their wings



*Honeybees can be trained to detect explosives



*Some salamanders can regrow their tail, legs, and even parts of their eyes

*Dolphins can hear sounds underwater that are 15 miles

*The Bansenji, a dog from Africa, yodels instead of barks

*Sharks are the only animals that do not fall sick and are immune to all known disease, in cluding cancer
*A new born kangaroo is about the size of a coffee bean

BARBIE GIRL

Saturday, May 21, 2011

CAMP SURF 2011 PART 2

Sunday, May 15, 2011

CAMP SURF AT IMPERIAL BEACH