• Here's how to sign up for Team 7-Yellow remind texts if you have not done so already.  I will be keeping you posted for core classes via remind.
    7R - send the text @wjh7r to the number 81010
    7H - send the text @7yhonors to the number 81010
     
     

     

    Hello to all of my students (and parents),

    I have missed seeing all of you on a regular basis and hope you are doing well!

    As for myself, I am doing well, as is my family.  

    How many of you have been able to tell people at home more than they knew about viruses?  I hope the class discussions and work we have been doing have served you well.

    As we ease back into work on Friday, please remember to check your teachers’ websites and the correct period Google Classroom for daily assignments.  Some assignments will be due the same day and some will have due dates farther out.  

    In addition, just to start us out and say hello, I will be using Google Meet on Friday and hope you can join me - sessions for each class will be 20 min.  As I told you in a Remind text, some of your teachers will be using that platform for optional discussions. Please download the app if you are able. If you have not yet done so, or if you are unable to download or unable to join us during any of the scheduled chat times,   please do not worry - the Google Meet chats are purely optional. Mostly, I just want to see your faces and say hello!

    As we move forward, students should please feel free to email me with any questions at any time, and specifically between the hours of 1-3:00 PM on school days, I will have “office hours” for direct email response to student emails.  

    Friday 4/3 Google Meet Schedule for Mrs. Hardt’s Science classes:  

    (we may have a guest or two join us!!)

    Per 1 - 10:00

    Per 3 - 10:30

    Per 5 - 11:00

    Per 7 - 11:30

    Per 9 - 12:00

    Best regards until Friday,

    Mrs. Hardt

     
     
    A suggestion, if you would like to review for this time of school closing and your spring break, is to read through the chapters in your textbook which you have at home. 
     

     

    I hope this time is not too difficult for your family

    and you are able to enjoy time at home.  

    In addition, here is some more regents review work

    Optional Work

     

    If we are closed beyond our spring break and work becomes mandatory for students I will post classwork and keep you posted by Remind texts.  

     

     

     

     

     

    Team Yellow Supplies- please see individual teacher pages but also, here are some tips and suggestions from our team as a whole:   All students must keep an assignment planner of their choice for the day.  Students are expected to have planner with them in every class every day and write down homework.  Students should carry a 2-pocket homework folder for the whole day.  Homework goes in the to do pocket and back into the completed pocket for class where it will be checked, collected, or put back into class folder or binder.  Homework folder goes to every class with student. Please avoid binders larger than 1". Also avoid bulging pencil cases.  Students need a few pens and a few pencils and 1 highlighter.  A small amount of loose leaf should be available in the back of binders but it is not necessary to carry a whole pack. No spiral notebooks.  Avoid extra supplies as these become cumbersome to carry.  Use blue or black pens only.  Avoid colored pens and avoid any toy like school supplies that might cause distraction ans interrupt work time.  

       Parents- please check planner and homework folder on a regular basis (once a week for example or more depending on your student.  You know your child's work habits best.) A planner that is not being written or a messy homework folder is sometimes the first sign that a student needs help staying on track.

     

    Science Class Supplies:

    • two-pocket folder or two dividers

    (may use small shared space in another binder with two dividers - label them SCIENCE and REFERENCE)

    • marble notebook for science class journal

    • 2 boxes of tissues

    • other supplies if you can: cleaning wipes, index cards(white or color), ziploc bags (quart or gallon)

    • students should have basic supplies for use at home including a few colored pencils, ruler, stapler, scissors

    • If any student needs to have supplies provided, please let me know.  Team Yellow can help.

    • If any parent would like to provide extra supplies for the classroom or for students in need, I will gladly collect 

     

               Email: rosellen.hardt@wcsdny.org

     

    WELCOME TO 

     Science 7 

      
    Please sign up for REMIND homework texts 
     
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     Teacher Schedule:
    Science classes in room 234 per 1,3,5,7,9 
    Team Meeting rm 205 per 2
    Lunch Detention per 4
    Prep per 8, Lunch per 6 
     
     
     
    Regents students complete the life science section below, Honors students bot the life and the physical syllabus below:

    LIFE SCIENCE

    • Introduction to Science

    -Laboratory Protocols

    - Graphing, measurement

    - Scientific Method

    - Metric System

    • Characteristics of Living Things

    • Microscope

    • Cells

    - Structure and Function

    - Cell Theory

    - Cell Processes

    - Cell Reproduction

    • Viruses

    • Classification

    - Dichotomous Keys

    - Kingdoms

    - Bacteria and Fungi

    - Protist and Pond Life

    - Plant and Photosynthesis

    - Animal Kingdom

    • Human Body Organization

                    -body systems

    • Reproduction and Development

    • Genetics

    - Heredity

    - DNA

    • Changes over time

     

    PHYSCAL SCIENCE

    • General Properties of Matter

    - Mass and Weight

    - Volume and Density

    • Physics of Motion

    - Newton’s Laws of Motion

    - speed, acceleration, momentum

    -forces

    • Physics of Energy

    - Energy forms and changes

    • Physical and Chemical Changes

    - Phases of Matter and Phase Changes

    - Chemical Properties and Changes

    • Classes of Matter

    - Elements, Compounds and             Mixtures

    • Atoms

    - Atomic Theory

    - Atomic Structure

    • Periodic Table

    - History and Design

    - Trends and Patterns

    • Atomic Bonding

    - Ionic, Covalent and Metallic

    • Chemical Reactions

    - Chemical Equations

    - Types of Reactions


     

     
     
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