WE HAVE NOW BEEN GIVING INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO GRADE FOURTH QUARTER !!!!!!!!YOU MUST BE COMPLETING YOUR CLASSWORK DAILY FOR ALL OF YOUR TEACHERSScience GOOGLE CLASSROOM CODES1st pd : ka72pjn2nd pd: 6yxoiqd5th pd: 4jzzfi66th Pd: ratfgf7***NOTE: On the school webpage there are two links added under the Quick Links section.
1. Instructions for signing in at home, It explains how to log into a chromebook at home (say way as school) and also the differences between signing into Microsoft and Google2. Instructions to sign into Microsoft 365
Mrs. Moore's Grading Policy :Late Homework: -20 points for each day late.Late Projects: are -10 points off for every day lateThe Grading scale is 10 pt scale.100 -90 = A89-80= B79-70 = C69- 60 = D59 and below =F
Our Curriculum is as follows from the
essential standards from the NCDPI website:
*6P1: Understanding properties of waves of energy in Earthquakes, light, and sound.
* 6P2: Understand the structure, classifications and physical properties of matter.
*6P3: Understand characteristics of energy transfer and interactions of matter and energy.
*6E1: Understand the Earth/moon/ sun systems, and the properties, structures and predictable motions of celestial bodies in the Universe.
*6E2: Understand the structure of the Earth and how interactions and destructive forces have resulted in changes in the surface of the Earth over time.
*6L1: Understand the structures, process and behaviors of plant that enable them to survive and reproduce.
*6L2: Understand flow of energy through ecosystems and the responses of the population to the biotic and abiotic factors of their environment.
Mrs. Wendy Moore
Phone: 704-2606490 ext 36609
Degrees and Certifications:
Early Ed. K- 6 and Science HQ 6-8
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Earth Science Vocab #2
1. Continental Drift: theory that the continents once formed a single landmass that broke into pieces and move due to convection currents
2. Pangaea: name of the single super-continent that was believed to exist before continental drift occurred
3. Plate Tectonics: large pieces of the Earth’s outermost layer continually move, interact, and change shape
4. Convergent Boundary: two lithospheric plates move toward each other; generally creates mountains on land, volcanoes or ocean trenches at subduction zones (usually underwater), some earthquakes
5. Divergent Boundary: two lithospheric plates move apart in opposite directions; generally causes seafloor spreading or a continental rift, some earthquakes
6. Transform Boundary: where two lithospheric plates slide past each other; causes frequent earthquakes
7. Sea Floor Spreading The Process by Which new ocean lithosphere forms as magma rises and solidifies.