Welcome to Science ~ Ms. DunbarRoom Number: 1
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone number: 732-449-3422 ext. 201
This week: May 14
Grade Summary of Week 6 DvT Plots 7
Prep for Earhworm dissection
8 NJSLA testStudents learn science content as they do the practices of science.As the scientist who advanced our understanding of atomic structure once said, "Science is not a list of facts and principles to learn by rote; it is a way of looking at the world and asking questions." - F. James RutherfordScience Supplies
A 2 pocket folder for science handouts
Please do NOT purchase any notebooks or binders for science class. Students keep an electronic binder in Google Drive.
Every night students should review all their notes from the beginning of the unit. If they are confused or have questions, they should write their name and question on a slip of paper, then hand it to me as they walk into class.If they would like extra help outside of class, they should make an appointment to come see me during lunch recess.GradesTests and quizzes make up 30% of the student's grade. Assignments make up 30% of the student's grade. There will be several assignments each marking period. The assignments are formative assessments of skills they have been practicing. Labs are 20% and practice is 20% of their overall grade. This allows students to learn and practice without negatively impacting their grade; however, students will still need to understand the concepts and apply them to receive an outstanding grade.The score of an assignment will be deducted 10 points for every day it is handed in late.When appropriate, I'll send out email updates for Science. It is brief and concise.
Calculator (simple, inexpensive one that fits in their backpack)The math calculator is fine, but they need to bring it to science class.A small, simple calculator that always stays in their backpack is best.
HeadphonesA pair of inexpensive earbuds that stay in their backpack
If you have any questions, please contact me. Email works best: email@example.com My phone is (732) 449-3422 ext. 201.I do not check email or voice mail during class. Both emails and calls are reviewed at the end of the day. If it is an emergency, please contact the front office.