Please finish the Positive Affect assignment and email me your lab report. Also, please add to the resource page an idea for further study on the science of happiness.
Finish the activity on p. 367 and bring with you next class.
Reminder that you were previously assigned workbook section 8.1 and 8.2 as well as textbook reading of the same sections. Be sure to bring the completed workbook to class next day.
Finish the summary of the article you have chosen, and bring hard copies of both the article and written summary to the next class.
We are meeting in the learning commons again.
Finish the activity on p. 352 in the text (parts 1 and 2) and bring to class next time.
Ensure that you have read sections 8.1 and 8.2 in the text and that you have completed section 8.2 in the workbook.
Refer to the Moodle site for the Science of Happiness short study instruction. Carry out the study and complete a lab report (hypothesis, procedure, results, discussion, conclusion, etc). Remember to use the positive affect scale before and after the activities, and record your resulting score.
Continue searching the database (see previous post if you forget how to access it) for an article to summarize on the black death.
Be sure you have chosen an article and read it carefully by Monday’s class.
Please meet in the learning commons on Monday, and be sure to arrive on time.
Ensure you have read 6.2 and 6.3 in the textbook, and that 6.1 and 6.2 are completed in the workbook.
Write the procedure (steps) for your project and bring to class.
Study for test – digestion – Friday 14 Feb.
Work on the Circulatory System diagram and read some of the resources in the review sheets.
Begin reading the chapter on circulation.
Find the habitat (where they are found) and lifestyle (eg. parasite, free-living, photosynthetic, etc) for the 7 protists we looked at under the microscope: Paramecium, Amoeba, Volvox, Plasmodium vivax, Tripanosoma (African sleeping sickness), Radiolaria, Diatoms. Just give a couple of points for each protist.
Prepare for the Black Death project by doing the following three things:
Watch the video “The secret in the bones” that is linked on the site, and read the introduction to our project.
Look up some possible articles on the black death:
Go to http://webcat.vsb.bc.ca
Click on Databases tab
Click on Academic Search Premier or
Click on Global Issues in Context
Log in using 39jo and library for username and password
Enter the search term “black death” (be sure to use quotation marks).
Look at some of the many articles that will come up. Check out some of these resources and get a sense of the type of information that is available on the black death.
Read text section 6.2 and do workbook section 6.2.