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Ecology Schedule

 

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Last Week is in the Archive





Mon 22-Jan POWER MONDAY

Check Grades

4th Enrich and VOTING for homecoming!!!!!

Asselin Rutherford B14
Nutter N. Alexander C4
Thang N. Alexander C4
Anderson Petrusnek A8

Make up and Benchmark (shelton, wynne)day.

3rd - beaz, brig, cust, dega, grin, jenn, john, mash, sebe, shel, wood,
4th - ande, braz, dad, demo, hollo, lebr, nutt, sore, than, webe,

3rd Period - Spot Reporting for Recycling 4th period today. One student assigned to the zone will record which bins in the halls and copy rooms that need recycled.
3rd Period - Recycle ZONE 1

4th Period - May have some bins to recycle in the hallways or copy rooms.

 

Tue 23-Jan

Benchmark and Benchmark review
Spot recycling in 4th period

Wed 24-Jan

 

Thu 25-Jan

 

Fri 26-Jan

Recycling


 

https://www.learner.org/courses/envsci/interactives/ecology/ecology.html

CLE 3255.2.1 Cite examples of populations limited by natural factors, humans or both.

Resource 1
Resource 2
Resource 3
Resource 4

ECO.WCE.14: Compare and contrast limiting factors such as: density dependent vs. density independent factors, human influenced vs. nonhuman influenced and biotic vs. abiotic.
ECO.WCE.15: Mathematically model population growth and distribution patterns

CLE 3255.2.3 Summarize how natural selection influences a population over time.

Ch 4

 


Mon 29-Jan POWER MONDAY

 

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Mon 5-Feb POWER MONDAY

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Mon 12-Feb POWER MONDAY

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Mon 26-Feb POWER MONDAY

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Mon 5-Mar POWER MONDAY

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Mon 12-Mar POWER MONDAY

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Fri 16-Mar END 3rd



Mon 19-Mar

 

CLE 3255.6.3 & CLE 3255.6.4
Evaluate your personal impact on the environment and choices you can make to lessen your impact on the environment.

CLE 3255.Inq.2 Design and conduct scientific investigations to explore new phenomena, verify previous results, test how well a theory predicts, and compare opposing theories.
CLE 3255.Inq.3 Use appropriate tools and technology to collect precise and accurate data.
CLE 3255.Inq.4 Apply qualitative and quantitative measures to analyze data and draw conclusions that are free of bias.
CLE 3255.Inq.5 Compare experimental evidence and conclusions with those drawn by others about the same testable question.
CLE 3255.Inq.6 Communicate and defend scientific findings.
CLE 3255.6.2 Examine state, national, and international efforts to maintain natural species and ecosystems.
CLE 3255.T/E.1 Explore the impact of technology on social, political, and economic systems.
CLE 3255.T/E.2 Differentiate among elements of the engineering design cycle: design constraints, model building, testing, evaluating, modifying, and retesting.
CLE 3255.T/E.3 Explain the relationship between the properties of a material and the use of the material in the application of a technology.
CLE 3255.T/E.4 Describe the dynamic interplay among science, technology, and engineering within living, earth-space, and physical systems
ECO.WCE.16: Research the local watershed and how wastewater, municipal solid and hazardous waste are handled.
ECO.WCE.17: Research and communicate information on environmental engineering.

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Mon 26-Mar Spring Break

Tue 27-Mar Spring Break

Wed 28-Mar Spring Break

Thu 29-Mar Spring Break

Fri 30-Mar Spring Break



Mon 2-Apr POWER MONDAY

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Mon 16-Apr EOC Testing POWER MONDAY????

Tue 17-Apr EOC Testing

Wed 18-Apr EOC Testing

Thu 19-Apr EOC Testing

Fri 20-Apr EOC Testing and ACT testing



Mon 23-Apr EOC Testing POWER MONDAY?????

Tue 24-Apr EOC Testing

Wed 25-Apr EOC Testing

Thu 26-Apr EOC Testing

Fri 27-Apr EOC Testing



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Tue 1-May

 

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Fri 4-May

 




Mon 7-May

 

Chemistry
Spanish Literature and Culture

Psychology

Tue 8-May

 

Seminar
Spanish Language and Culture

Art History
Physics 1: Algebra-Based

Wed 9-May

 

English Literature and Composition

Japanese Language and Culture
Physics 2: Algebra-Based

Thu 10-May

 

United States Government and Politics

Chinese Language and Culture
Environmental Science

Fri 11-May

 

German Language and Culture
United States History

Computer Science Principles

 




Mon 14-May

 

Biology
Music Theory

Physics C: Mechanics

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

 

Tue 15-May

Finals 8th and 7th ?

Calculus AB
Calculus BC

French Language and Culture
Computer Science A

 

Wed 16-May

Finals 6th 4th ?

English Language and Composition

Italian Language and Culture
Macroeconomics

 

Thu 17-May 3rd

Finals 3rd and 2nd ?

Comparative Government and Politics
World History

Statistics

 

Fri 18-May Last Day Students 1st

Final Exam 1st ?

Human Geography

Microeconomics

European History

Latin




Mon 21-May ADMIN
Tue 22-May
Wed 23-May
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Benchmark Review

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