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WELCOME TO MR. MALECKI'S REGENTS EARTH SCIENCE WEBPAGE!





Monday
    
  3/6
  B 
ES Week # 26 Single (4), Double (1,8): Check all blanks and Multiple Choice in your Packet. Go over in class. Quiz on Tuesday: Vocab A on Earth's History.
Get Ready for THE TEST ON FRIDAY: EARTH'S HISTORY!

Tuesday
   
   3/7   A
Single (1,8), Double (4):HAPPY TUESDAY! 
Finish going over your Packet. 
Take Quiz A.

Doubles: Read over and Do Lab #27, Ancient Environments. Your "story" requires at least 10 sentences.

Wednesday
   3/8   B

 
Single (4), Double (1,8): Read over and Do Lab #27, Ancient Environments. Your story needs at least 10 sentences.

Take Vocab Quiz B for Earth's History. Do the Crossword Puzzle on the other side of the Vocab A Quiz.

BEST OF LUCK TO ALL OF YOU.  YOU CAN DO THIS!


Thursday
  3/2  B
Single (4), Double (1,8):Go over work from yesterday (show WHERE you found the answer on ESRT pp 8-9).
Take out Packet 6: Pink Cover.  Answer ALL multiple questions in the Packet (we'll do as many as possible in class).  Finish for Homework.

Friday
    
 3/3  A 

Single (1,8), Double (4): Last Friday was the LAST DAY to complete your Midterm on Castle Learning (assigned on 2/1/17).  Check SchoolTool for your grade on the midterm exam (worth 100 points). GET READY FOR YOUR TEST ON HISTORY OF THE EARTH (DO THE CASTLE LEARNING REVIEW ASSIGNMENT BEFORE THE TEST NEXT WEEK). Go over the Multiple Choice questions you did for HW.  Ask questions!  HW: Fill in all the blanks that are left in your Packet (skip the labs: I have others we'll do next week that are like these).
 



 
Enjoy your weekend! Watch the Phases of the Moon over 29 1/2 days: it's a Cyclic Event!   Locate the Big Dipper and Polaris in the night sky: point them out to a friend. Remember, the Altitude of Polaris in degrees is THE SAME as your Latitude in degrees!

 

 

 

Announcements
Please refer to the course expectation sheet for further information



Re-read your notes from class, HIGHLIGHT your notes, READ your textbook, make flash cards, do YOUR BEST!



1200 lab minutes of Laboratory Work is required to be eligible to take the Regents Earth Science exam.



I am available for EXTRA HELP after school on Tuesdays and Wednesdays unless I have a meeting to attend. Get some help when needed.



Homework Assignments are above



Supply List: 3-ring binder (2 inch), looseleaf paper, 100 3 x 5 cards, pen and pencil, colored pencils, simple calculator (not graphing!), textbook



ES Lab Makeups: Room 1221 on Tuesdays @ 2:30

LINKS:
Review for Regents Earth Science Exam
The Element Math Game
The Element Song
ClassZone Activities and Labs
Excellent ES Review site (Phoenix)
Exploring Earth Visualizations
How to make a Profile from a Topo Map
Isotherms: practice drawing them!
Learn Earth Science (CLASS NOTES)
Length of Day and Night on Earth
Topo Maps Animation Lab
Topo Maps Investigation
What Time is it? ES0405
CASTLE LEARNING ONLINE REVIEW
NYS ESRT 2011 edition
ES Review by Unit
NASA:Listen to Interesting Noises from Space
10 Million Light Years from Earth
1993 winter "Storm of the Century"
A COMET'S "TALE"
Another Regents Earth Science Review Site
Bowling Ball and Feathers in a Vacuum
Bville Topo Map 2014
Cloud/Mountain simulation
Cold and Warm Fronts: compare and contrast
Dynamic Earth
ES Lab Practical Information (Part D)
ES Spatial Thinking Workshop with Questions
Fossils: Virtual Museum
Fujita Scale (Tornado Strength)
Geologic History Interactive Journey
Google Earth LitTrips (for English Teachers)
Google Earth Real World Math Problems (for Math Teachers)
Groundwater
Groundwater Activity
Hurricane Animation Lab
Hurricane Dennis 1999
Hurricanes, Volcanoes, and Tornadoes (Nat. Geo.)
Interactive ES Regents Review Exams
IRIS Earthquakes recorded 2005-2010
Jeopardy (Astronomy)
Jeopardy for ENERGY
KILLER COMETS
K-T Mass Extinction
Magnetic Reversals and the Sea Floor
Making a Profile from a Topo Map (Lab Version)
Movies of the Sun's Surface
Moving Air Masses
NASA Picture of the Day
NYS Earth Science Core Curriculum
PBS: The Savage Earth
PhET: Simulation for Plate Tectonics
Plate Techtonics Animation
Plates on the Move
Prentice Hall Text ES Homepage
Regents Review LIVE! 2.0
Regents Review with Answers
Rock Cycle: Very Informative!
Science Review Games
Sea Floor Spreading
Soils Investigation
Solar System Collaboratory (Kepler)
Space Science text activities
Spring Valley Interactive Regents Exams
StudyBlue is your online home to make flashcards. Study online and on your phone for effective, productive learning. Free!
The Sun
The Sun's Path Animation
The Top 10 Regents ES Review Sites
Tropical Cyclone Tracker
Types of Plate Boundaries
USGS Water Cycle Site
Virtual Field Trip to Hawaii
Weather: Channel 9 Doppler
Weather: NOAA
WHAT IS A COMET?
World Climate
Rocks and Minerals Review Site with Practice Regents Questions
US River Basins (Stunning Map)
NY Science Teacher site
Lab Demo: Making a Topo Map & Profile
Measuring the Earth Unit Review
Prentice Hall PPTs
Continental Drift
NYS Earth Science Regents Review Site (All Units)
Finding Polaris
Interactive Past Regents Exams: Jan 2016 and before
Interactive P and S wave Chart
Journey to the Center of the Earth!
REGENTS EARTH (AWESOME) SITE!
EARTH SCIENCE FILES (worksheets by Unit)
ES Class Notes from Rondout Valley
Quizlet for Vocabulary

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