We are nearing the end of our Independent Research Project! Presentations will begin this week.
Monday, March 19th
To be on track: You should be done with your Data Analysis Template (in Google Classroom) and Peer Review #1
During this class: You should work on a draft of your Explanation section and your Evaluation section.
Tuesday, March 20th
To be on track: You should come to class with a draft of your Explanation and Evaluation today.
During this class: You should complete Peer Review #2, then use the comments from your partner to 'polish' your Explanation and Evaluation sections
Wednesday, March 21st
To be on track: You should come to class with your Explanation and Evaluation in their final draft form
During this class: You should complete Peer Review #3, then use the comments from your partner to be sure that you have completed all sections well. You should also make sure that your Works Cited/Bibliography section is complete and formatted correctly (Use EasyBib or KnightCite...not just a list of urls).
Thursday, March 22nd
First day of presentations (presentation schedule is in google classroom)
Friday, March 23rd
Second day of presentations (presentation schedule is in google classroom)
Monday, March 5
1. Complete Formation of the Solar System Notes
2. Review Sheet
Tuesday, March 6
1. Go over Review Sheet
2. Add to foldable
3. Quiz - Big Bang and Formation of the Solar System
Wednesday, March 7
1. Being IRP Writing Process
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOUR DATA IN CLASS!
Thursday, March 8
1. Finish graphs and data analysis
2. Begin writing Explanation
Friday, March 9
1. Complete Explanation
2. Peer Review #1 if time allows
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