While working on the check in Mr. K is going to come around to collect your wave labs.
Check In (20 min)
Take out a blank sheet of paper and using the articles you need to read for Quiz 2.2 answer the question posted below. Remember on the quiz you're being graded on your rational and your use of facts.
Of the five ocean environmental issues which one impacts life on Earth the most?
Quiz 2.2 Articles
- Big nations block curbs on tuna overfishing
- Sea changes harming ocean now could someday undermine marine food chain
- Report: Pacific Ocean Has 100 Times More Plastic Particles In It Than '70s
- Rising sea level puts island nations like Nauru at risk
- What Causes Ocean "Dead Zones"?
Quiz 2.2 Practice Short Response
Practice Essay Peer Review (10 min)
Once the timer is up trade your essay with someone at your table and grade their work based on the rubric at the end.
Optional: Quiz 2.2 Review Sheet
Here's an optional review sheet for the quiz on Monday. Either print a copy of our own or fill out the answers on a blank sheet of paper.
Ocean Project Introduction (5 min)
Today we're going to start the ocean project. Working in groups of 2 to 4 you'll select one of the layers of the ocean and learn about it's unique chemistry, ecosystem and how human's are effecting it. To do this you're going to create a graphic aid of your choosing that follows the rubric found below.
Ocean Project Notes Sheet (5 min)
One person in your group needs to create a document based on the template "Ocean Project Notes", change it's name to "layer of the ocean.OP.section #". (Example mesopelagic.OP.2)
Ocean Project Work Time (Remaining Class Time)
Use our remaining time in class to work on your project.
Complete the homework to review for the quiz. You should also continue to read the articles the essay question on the quiz will be based on and creating your notes sheet.