Monday, April 10, 2017

This week in Environmental Science

We will cover the following topics;
Land: Use, management, and conservation
Soil Horizon and conservation
Food and Agriculture.

Correct Video for HW on 4/10 for Freshmen Seminar

Hello Everyone,

I gave out the correct paper for Homework, but TOLD/SHOWED you all the incorrect video on our YouTube page. For tonight, the correct video is below:
Communication Video HW 4/10

This link will work for Clip #2 also.

Sunday, March 19, 2017

this week in Environmental Science

This week we will finish learning about Air and Climate. Next we will move into discussion Water and Land.

Monday: Climate/Ozone
Tuesday: Global Warming
Wednesday: Water/Water Pollution
Thursday: Water pollution, Land
Friday: Land

This week in Bio

This week we will continue learning about Genetics beginning with Mutations in the genetic code. By the end of the week we will have covered the patterns of inheritance, non mendelian genetics and punnet squares.

Monday. Mutations
Tuesday Mutations/inheritance
Wednesday: Inheritance/punnet squares
Thursday: Punnet Squares/Non Mendelian Genetics
Friday: DNA technology

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Environmental Science HW

You can access HW videos by going to the "Pages" (on the right hand side of the blog) to click on the YouTube Page for the videos (HW1-ES_v1) and the SM PPT is located under the "Missed work bio" link (the powepoint has been uploaded for you to download).

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Freshmen Seminar Week 1

This is an innovative course that helps students cultivate...LIFE SKILLS for success in the present, throughout high school, and for the future. In the first weeks we will focus on interpersonal skills, so we will navigate through a multitude of experiences to establish and build on interpersonal skills.

Skills focused on:
1. Integrity
2. Honesty
3. Organization
4. Respect for Diversity
5. Accountability
6. Punctuality
7. Time Management

Environmental Science week1


We will investigate the following concepts of Environmental Science (ES):
1. What is ES?-(what distinguishes this science from others)
2. Sustainability-(what does it mean, and how is it pursued?)
3. Resources- (Renewable vs. Non-renewable)
4. The Tragedy of the Commons-(explore real life evidence of the theory)
5. Cycling of Materials in an ecosystem-(How humans impact the cycles)

ES_v1 HW video