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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

2nd Quarter Life Science

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From December 1-19th, we're studying GERMS

Then Exploring The History of Medicine by John Tiner. Dec. 29th-Feb. 6th

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We will use History of Medicine, Eyewitness Medicine and Famous Experiments. I aligned Kingfisher Science Encyclopedia and How the Body Works because I wasn't sure which I'd use but clearly Eyewitness Medicine is perfect for Exploring the History of Medicine.
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5 comments:

SetApart said...

Thanks for some ideas here. I'm a frequent reader of your weekly reports, and I've really enjoyed seeing the projects from Easy Make & Learn Projects. We're doing some science changes, and I ordered the book yesterday to go along with our study of the human body. This is a most helpful and needed post as I'll be planning our studies next week. Thanks again:)

SetApart said...

Thanks for some ideas here. I'm a frequent reader of your weekly reports, and I've really enjoyed seeing the projects from Easy Make & Learn Projects. We're doing some science changes, and I ordered the book yesterday to go along with our study of the human body. This is a most helpful and needed post as I'll be planning our studies next week. Thanks again:)

-Shawon

Cindy said...

Wow! How wonderfully organized. :o)

mom24 said...

Your organization is such encouragement for me! I need things like this in our school to make our goals more visible and tangible. Glad that you are so well focused in science!

Kris said...

Very nice collection! Cell Wars has a lot of great vocabulary but it is challenging to follow. Then again, the Immune System is very complex and difficult to simplify, and Cell Wars is unusual in trying to present it for middle schoolers without oversimplifying it far too much the way most books at that level do. I applaud you for incorporating it into your germ study!