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Mrs. Lisa Hudik » Sixth Grade Science

Sixth Grade Science

Welcome to science!  In sixth grade, we investigate a 'smattering' of topics from many different fields of science--chemistry, physics, biology, and environmental science.  We try to inspire students to observe the world around them and ask questions and design experiments to discover more about it.
For science class, students will need:
     --a composition book;
     --a three-ring binder;
     --subject dividers
Each class will have its own Google Classroom where information and assignments will be posted.  Students will be able to access the classroom through a code that will be given to them.
Science grades are broken down into the following categories:
  • Formal Assessments (CER-M statements, posters, presentations): 35%
  • Groupwork/Journal Responses: 35%
  • Classwork: 20%
  • DO NOW'S/Class Preparation: 10%
For homework assignments and more specific information, visit the Google Classroom page!

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Monday, November 6, 2017

Monday, November 6, 2017 There is no assignment for tonight.

Tuesday, October 24, 201

There is no assignment for tonight. Please share your progress report with your parent or guardian.  (There was an issue with Core 3 and the way they printed, so students with last names starting with A through P do have their reports; Q through Z will get theirs tomorrow.)

Monday, October 23, 2017

Students should complete their 'Ecosystem Vocabulary Review Sheet' if not completed in class.
Core 1 Students were given progress reports today; Core 2 & 3 will get theirs tomorrow.

Monday, October 16, 2017

Complete your CER-M statement (in your notebook), if not completed in class. (Claim: What level of the Energy Pyramid has the most energy? Write a simple sentence that states your thoughts. Evidence: What did we do to gather data for the exploration? What is our actual data? Remember, this is the ‘meat’ of your statement. Reasoning: Explain WHY the energy level you selected has the most energy. Use what you know scientifically to help explain your claim. Model: Make a model that shows how energy flows through an ecosystem. Be sure your model can show what level has the most energy and which level has the least.)

Thursday, October 12, 2017:  Cores 1 & 2--complete 'EcoPizza' (be sure to color your pizza in!)
Core 3: Select an organism. Search to find out what other animals and plants live near it, as well as what non-living things can be found in the same place as the organism.  Record the information in your notebook.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

There is no homework for tonight. Please be sure to bring sneakers for class tomorrow!

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Read 'The Eco-Pyramid' and answer the questions following it. The answers to the multiple choice questions should be underlined or highlighted in the reading. The short answer questions should be answered in complete sentences.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Students should complete 'Snurfle Island' Activity if they did not do so last night.

Welcome to Bordentown Regional Middle School and to science class!  I am excited to work with this year's youth!
This will be the start of my 14th year here in the middle school and I am greatly looking forward to implementing the NGSS in my classroom!  Such an exciting time to be learning science!