Hi, Grade 7 students! Here is a set of questions based on the topics we have discussed in class. This is only the first set. Answer this as part of your requirements, but I hope you also see the opportunity to use these questions to review the important concepts in our lessons in Earth and Environmental Science. This covers (a) Geographic Coordinate System, (b) Bodies of Water Surrounding the Philippines, (c) Water Resources and Watersheds, and (d) Mineral Deposits in […]
Here are presentations created by my Grade 7 students. These presentations contain information about Geographic Coordinate System and how it is used in determ Grade 7 Earth Geographic Coordinate System Water Resources & Biodiversity Factors Affecting Watersheds Formation of Soil from Rocks Geological Resources & Mineral Deposits The Earth’s Atmosphere Winds Energy Resources in the Philippines Grade 7 Venus Geographic Coordinate System Location of the Philippines and its Natural Resources Water Resources & Biodiversity Formation of Soil from Rocks Factors […]
Hi, guys! Here are the topics for our catch up activities. Please prepare a PowerPoint Presentation containing the following information. Be ready to present your PPT in the class. I am expecting your PPTs on Monday, February 17, 2013. Topic # 1: Where in the world is the Philippines? What is the Geographic Coordinate System? How can it be use to determine the location of a particular place? Show an image/s of the Earth and indicate the location of the […]
The following topics are applications of the topics we have recently discussed in class. What you will do is to come up with a short video featuring 10 Important Things that People Should know about these topics: Group I – The Telephone and Cellular Communication Systems Group II – The Television and Radio Communication Systems Group III – Fiber Optics Communication System & the Internet Group IV – Geostationary Satellites & Global Positioning System Group V – What are the […]
HAVE YOU experienced touching a hot object–like the cover of your kettle? Your reflexes immediately responds to the heat that is being transferred from the hotter metal to your colder hand, thus, you pull your hand back, right away. That is an example of energy transfer via heat. It happens because there is a difference in the temperature between the metal (hotter) and your hand (colder). When you place a glass of water in the refrigerator, it becomes colder after […]
HERE ARE five multiple choice questions on select topics in optics. Did you like this? Share it:TweetLet others know about this!
AS TEACHERS it is imperative that we motivate our students before every lesson. We can think of so many ways to get them hooked into the lesson. There can be games. There can be rewards or prizes for good performance and behavior, or negative motivation such as punishments, such as facing-the-wall and deductions from scores. However, as the kids age, these motivations are no longer working. They develop their own set of motivating factors. Usually, because of the many distractions […]
HERE ARE the multiple choice on the Law of Universal Gravitation. You may check your notes, books, and other online resources to answer the questions below. Quiz expires by 8PM tonight, January 17, 2014. More review questions will be coming up soon, only here on The Teacher’s Notebook. Did you like this? Share it:TweetLet others know about this!
HERE ARE review questions in Mechanics covering Newton’s Laws, momentum, and impulse. This multiple choice quiz will close at 8pm tonight, January16. Make sure you have sent your responses before that time. Review the concepts, using your notes, books, or online resources to make sure you pick the right answers. God bless! Did you like this? Share it:TweetLet others know about this!
Hi, Kids! This is our introductory activity to our new topic: light. All of us have experienced light. You observe everyday that when the sun sets in the afternoon, it becomes dark. When you turn of the lamp at night, it becomes dark. This means that light illuminate our world. It allows us to see things. Without light — everything around is dark — we don’t see anything at all. Why is it so? Where does light come from? How […]