Gallery walk

Report
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_lake_eir_water_snake_nerodia_sipedon_insularum.jpg
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Earth’s systems
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Bell ringer: look at the image and identify physical
features, living things, and explain their interactions.
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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e1/Mule_Creek_Canyon.jpg
Possible student responses:
Physical features
• Water
• Rocks
Living things
• Humans
• Grass
• Trees
Interactions.
Humans are boating in the water.
Trees are growing out of the rocks.
The water is pushing up against the rocks.
Trees are getting water from the river.
Humans are breathing the air.
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Spheres
•
•
•
•
Interactions
Atmosphere (A) • Humans (B) breathing air from the
atmosphere (A)
Geosphere (G)
Hydrosphere (H) • Hydrosphere (H), water is banging
against the geosphere, shore (G)
Biosphere (B)
• Humans (B) boating and fishing in the
water, Hydrosphere (H)
• Trees (B) growing in the ground,
geosphere (G)
• Roots of the trees (B) getting water
from the hydrosphere (H)
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How to make an Earth’s systems
foldable
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Make a 4 door foldable. Cut one of the doors in
half and label the doors like the picture. (click on
the picture for a youtube video link and expand
video to view “How to make a 4 door foldable.”)
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Write the definition of the sphere on the
back of the tab, and draw an image of the
sphere on the bottom as shown.
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Atmosphere
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mixture of mostly invisible
gases that surrounds Earth
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Geosphere
• the mostly solid, rocky part of Earth. It
extends from the center of Earth to
the surface of Earth.
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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/ec/Pena_de_bernal_2006.jpg
Biosphere
• All living things
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e/Mariposa_Monarca.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6b/Low_palm_tree.jpg
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Hydrosphere
The part of Earth that is liquid water.
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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/05/Waves_on_Ocean_Coast.jpg
Cryosphere
All frozen water on Earth.
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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2a/AntarcticaSummer.jpg
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Review: Identify the Earth’s spheres represented in
the image and explain 2 interactions between
spheres.
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Possible student responses:
Spheres
•
•
•
•
Interactions
Atmosphere (A) • The jaguar (B) is interacting with: the
atmosphere (A) by breathing, the
Geosphere (G)
biosphere
(B)
by
standing
on
the
tree,
Bioshpere (B)
and the hydrosphere (H) by drinking
Hydrosphere (H) it.
• The trees (B) are interacting with: the
geosphere (G) by growing in Earth,
and the hydrosphere (H) by getting
water and the atmosphere (A) by
photosynthesis.
Possible misconception: tree is not part of the biosphere because it is dead. (Biosphere
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Exit slip: On a sheet of paper list the Earth’s spheres
represented in this image and list three way the
spheres are interacting. Turn it in on the way out.
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1).jpg
Possible student responses:
Spheres
•
•
•
•
Interactions
Atmosphere (A) • The boy (B) is interacting with: the
atmosphere (A) by breathing, the
Geosphere (G)
Geosphere
(G)
by
standing
on
it
and
Bioshpere (B)
plowing it, the hydrosphere (H) by
Hydrosphere (H) standing in it, and the biosphere (B)
by trying to control the Ox.
• The Ox (B) is interacting with the
hydrosphere (H) by drinking it and the
hydrosphere (H) and geosphere (G) by
standing on/in it, and the atmosphere
(A) by breathing it.
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Interactions continued
• The trees and plants (B) are interacting with the
atmosphere (A) by photosynthesis, the hydrosphere (H)
by getting water, and the geosphere (G) by growing in it.
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Poster project sample
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Rubric for poster project
Category
4
3
2
1
Graphics-Originality
Several of the graphics used on
the poster reflect an
exceptional degree of student
creativity in their creation
and/or display.
One or two of the graphics
used on the poster reflect
student creativity in their
creation and/or display,
The graphics are made or
found by the students, but are
based on the designs or ideas
of others.
No graphics are original.
Required Elements
The poster includes all required
elements as well as additional
information.
All required elements are
included on the poster.
All by 1 of the required
elements are included on the
poster.
Several required elements are
missing from the poster.
Attractiveness
The poster is exceptionally
attractive in terms of design,
layout, and neatness.
The poster is attractive in
terms of design, layout and
neatness.
The poster is acceptably
attractive though it may be a
bit messy.
The poster is distractingly
messy or very poorly designed.
It is not attractive.
Grammar
There are no grammatical
mistakes on the poster.
There are 1-3 grammatical
mistakes on the poster.
There are 4-6 grammatical
mistakes on the poster.
There are more than 6
grammatical mistakes on the
poster.
Content- Accuracy
At least 14 interactions are
accurately displayed on the
poster.
11-13 interactions are
accurately displayed on the
poster.
6-10 interactions are accurately
displayed on the poster.
Less than 6 interactions are
accurately displayed on the
poster.
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Gallery walk set up
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