Our first day of class, we began with a field trip outside the classroom to explore the fossils within the Tyndall stone of the Research Building located on the University of Regina campus.
CLAIM, EVIDENCE AND REASONING
We were assigned the task of creating a poster based off of Rates of Reaction experiments done within class. We split the poster up between our group members, using our creative instincts.
UNIT PLAN: ACTIVITIES
Following a specific curriculum outcome from the Science 9 or Science 10 in Saskatchewan, we made posters to plan out a unit using activities to engage students.
I chose the Science 10 chemical reactions and conservation of mass using models, words, diagrams, skeletal equations and balanced chemical expressions.
We took wheat germ and extracted its D.N.A using; warm water. soap. meat tenderizer, salt and ethanol.
WORKSHOP: EXPANDING THE UNIVERSE AND BLACK HOLES
November 21, 2019 - Patrick A. Kossman came into our classroom and held a workshop on the topic of Expanding Universe and Black Holes. showing us activities we can incorporate into our classroom. At the end we got a DVD and Manual set for future resources in the classroom.
CLIMATE CHANGE QUESTIONS
We had been given the task to come up with 8-10 closed-ended questions and 4-6 open-ended on a topic we thought was important in the Saskatchewan Curriculum. We were then tasked to ask the questions to our groups in the manner we would in the classroom.
THE PERIODIC TABLE
We played an organization activity, based off of the periodic table, testing our knowledge of the elements on the table.