You guys were all such good sports for our dissection day!
Hopefully it helped you understand our some of our body systems even just a little better 🙂
And keep pondering the question, “How is a DISSECTION similar to a DEBATE?”
- Here are some hints:
- Great exercise for helping dig deeper to discover facts & truths
- Identifying the parts that make up the whole helps with understanding
You might have noticed – we forgot to ask for HW checklists the past couple of weeks!
So be ready to turn one in – or more if you have them 🙂
Just think for minute about how far we’ve come since the first day of class.
What are some questions you asked at the very beginning? Have you found some answers?
Tell us something you’ve learned this year that surprised you or did not expect!
2. PERSONAL STUDY
What’s one of the highlights from your scripture reading this week? And why?
Tell us which concepts you are practicing in math – how is it going for you?
Science: Usborne Encyclopedia of Science, pgs 380-385
- Watch at least 2 videos on any of the topics from that selection of pages
- Usborne Quicklinks site: Science
Philosophy for Kids: Questions #39, #40 (pgs 119-125)
- Remember to write down your favorite parts in your notebook 🙂
4. DEBATE PROJECT PROGRESS
Keep preparing for the debate in 2 weeks!
Refer to your Debate Packet for more info and details.
Get confident with your 3-5 solid arguments FOR or AGAINST your debate topic:
- Practice! – How much time does it takes you? (Goal: 5 minutes)
- Find supporting evidence for each statement
- Double check them for Logical Fallacies (MASTER LIST)
5. ELECTIVE RESOURCE LIST
Which electives have you chosen this semester?
Choose at least 2 options from the list:
- Electives Resource List (or use the link up in the right corner of this website)
Who doesn’t love a good Crash Course video?! Check out this 2-part series on blood: