The Fizz Inflator Lab
We had fun time this week with the Fizz Inflator Lab! Students selected their own question, designed their own experiment, collected and analyzed data, and wrote a claim-evidence-reasoning explanation. At this point, their lab packets should be complete. If there are any portions that are not done, they should be complete for homework this weekend.
Tentative plans for September 18-22
Present and Defend our Fizz Inflator Investigations*
*As students present, they will turn in their completed lab packets. The Data Analysis section will be graded for understanding. All other sections will be graded for completion. Students can find the score sheet for the lab in Google Classroom.
Finish any presentations if necessary.
Review for the QPOEE quiz
Homework: Study for tomorrow's quiz! (Use your foldable and the Science Starters from the last few days. There is also a quizlet available if you wish to use it.)
QPOEE Quiz! This quiz will cover all of the success criteria for the single learning target in this mini-unit. The learning target and well as a link to a Quizlet set can be found in Google Classroom.
Begin IRP topic selection process
Continue with IRP Research (Day 2 of 4)
More research and group meetings
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