Friday, May 26, 2017

No formal assignment...

...please continue working on your Space Vacay project (due next Friday, 6.2). CLICK HERE to view the examples of travel posters and sample trip itineraries shared this week in class. CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE TOPICS YOU SIGNED UP FOR.

REMINDER: All periods will be single periods until the end of the year!
Happy Friday!!



Wednesday, May 24, 2017

No new assignments...

...but, please remember that Section 3 students should have the Greetings, Earthlings! assignment completed for tomorrow (5.25).

Also, please continue working on your Space Vacay project (due next Friday, 6.2). CLICK HERE to view the examples of travel posters and sample trip itineraries shared today in class.

REMINDER: All periods will be single periods until the end of the year!

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Assignment #17 (Section 3: due 5.25/Section 4:due 5.24)

Please complete the Greetings, Earthlings! solar system handout you began in class today.  You can use the link embedded in the document or CLICK HERE to visit the page you'll need directly.

REMINDER: Your final Space Vacay project topics are due by the end of your double period block this week (at the very, very latest!). PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE WHAT YOU HAVE SIGNED UP FOR...AND LET T-MAC KNOW IF YOU NEED TO CHANGE YOUR TOPIC!

Enjoy this beautiful, hot afternoon--this seal certainly has the right idea for cooling off on a day like today! :)


Friday, May 19, 2017

Assignment #16 (due 5.23)

Continue researching celestial destinations for your Space Vacay project.  You must bring all 3 final decisions (including Mars!) to class on 5.23.

REMINDER: The final project is due at the beginning of class on Friday, June 2nd.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Assignment #15 (for Section 3, due 5.19)

Please complete the Earth vs. Mars handout you received in class today.  The instructions and link are included, but you can also access the website needed using this link:

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Also, CLICK HERE to check out the launch of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket (carrying a communications satellite) from last Friday...SO COOL!!

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Assignment #15 (for Section 4, due 5.19)

Please complete the Earth vs. Mars handout you received in class today.  The instructions and link are included, but you can also access the website needed using this link:

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Also, CLICK HERE to check out the launch of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket (carrying a communications satellite) from last Friday...SO COOL!!