|6th grade Earth Science with Ms. Shaver||
The NASA family lost seven of its own on the morning of Jan. 28, 1986, when a booster engine failed, causing the Shuttle Challenger to break apart just 73 seconds after launch.
In this photo from Jan. 9, 1986, the Challenger crew takes a break during countdown training at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. Left to right are Teacher-in-Space payload specialist Sharon Christa McAuliffe; payload specialist Gregory Jarvis; and astronauts Judith A. Resnik, mission specialist; Francis R. (Dick) Scobee, mission commander; Ronald E. McNair, mission specialist; Mike J. Smith, pilot; and Ellison S. Onizuka, mission specialist.
Image Credit: NASA
Lesson info from today's ppt:
Your lesson should:
•Be engaging (fun and interesting)
•Include ALL vocabulary from the section
•Include any important diagrams or pictures
•Answer all questions in the chapter and the chapter review
•Teach your classmates the content of your assigned section
•Include any handouts you think are necessary
•Assign a small amount of homework
•Have a digital component
•Last at least 20 minutes
72. air pressure
78. thermal conduction
80. global warming
The "Oceanography Study Guide" below is NOT the study guide for extra credit. This is an old document that might help you organize some of your thoughts for tomorrow.
Your first test of the semester is tomorrow. Remember that tests are worth 50% of your grade. By completing the study guide (directions of what to do are on the actual study guide) you can earn 15 extra credit points on this test. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY.
IT pages 259-278. If you cannot find your IT or left it at home, pages may be downloaded from my eclass.
62. longshore current
66. storm surge
68. tidal range
69. spring tide
70. neap tide
Remember to write the word and draw a picture on one side, and on the back have the definition and the sentence.
Make sure you complete the scavenger hunt. Our test is on Friday!