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Students in 8th grade physical science recently wrote short stories and created graphs based on the motion of the main character. Students entered data about the motion of the character in Google Sheets, then used formulas to calculate speed and average speed. Using their data, they created distance vs time and speed vs time graphs representing the motion of their character. During the completion of this project students gained a better understanding of the relationship
between the motion of an object and the graphs representing the speed and location of the object. They learned how to describe acceleration, deceleration, stationary and constant motion in words and visually through graphs. Students used Google Sheets Tips and Creating Motion Graphs tutorial videos to help them create the graphs of their character's motion. Read student work about a turtle named Bolt or a dog named Doug to learn more about the motion graphs pictured above.
In 5th grade English Language Arts students are getting ready to publish fiction writing so they have started a class blog for reflection. Using the Google Classroom Stream, students respond to reflection prompts to think about the writing process and improve their confidence. Students will continue to reflect on their writing attitude as they draft and revise their stories in the coming weeks.
Pasos de la investigación:
1. Selección del tema
2. Buscar información sobre el tema
3. Registrar tanto la información encontrada como el sitio de consulta
4. Comparar y parafrasear la información de acuerdo a los textos consultados
5. Justificar los sitios consultados.
6. Realizaron un rostro Azteca.
Los estudiantes utilizan el video Art Attack: Rostro Azteca para aprender cómo hacer los rostros aztecas. Vea a continuación un ejemplo de trabajo de los estudiantes.