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 Hello! Welcome to Lynn Lucas Middle School.

Mrs. Gutierrez is from Chicago, Illinois and graduated from John Hancock High School. She moved to Willis, Texas in 2006 and graduated from Sam Houston State University. Mrs. Gutierrez is married and has two children. Mrs. Gutierrez has worked at Lynn Lucas Middle School for five years as an ESL Aide, three years teaching 7th grade Math, and is her first year teaching Science. She is excited to be working at the middle school level. Mrs. Gutierrez is passionate about teaching and enjoys challenging students to help them reach higher level thinking and real world applications. Science is a fun and challenging subject that helps open doors to the future. Mrs. Gutierrez is excited to meet our scientist of tomorrow and help them explore new curiosities of the world.
 

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eek 30 At a Glance

Monday: Plate Tectonics E-book Slides
  • Homework: Complete Plate Tectonic Google Slides in Google Classroom
Tuesday: Plate Boundaries Webquest
 
Wednesday: Unit 10 Review Rotation
  • Homework: Study for Test
Thursday: Unit 10 Test
 
Friday: School Holiday
  • No School

Week 26 at a Glance

Monday: Layers of the Earth Foldable (Explain)
  • Homework: Work on Earth's Structure Project
Tuesday: ABCD Slap Down Game
  • Study for Vocab Quiz
Wednesday: Vocabulary Pyramid and Quiz
  • Work on Project
Thursday: Earth's Structure Explanation (Word Wall)
  • Work on Project
Friday: Earth's Structure Chalk Sidewalk Activity
  • Turn in Earth's Layers Project

Week 25 At a Glance

Monday: Solar System Review
  • Homework: STUDY FOR TEST!!!!!!!!
Tuesday: Unit 8 Test: Solar System and Exploration
 
Wednesday: Intro to Earth's Structure
  • Introduction to 3D Model Project Due: 3/10/17
Thursday: Earth's Structure Exploration Foldable
 
Friday: Earth's Structure Foldable Continued

Week 21 At a Glance

Monday: Intro to Graphing 
  • Homework: Calculating Speed Practice in Journal #1-6
Tuesday: Matching Graphs (Speed)
 
Wednesday: Catapult Lab
 
Thursday: Science Common Assessment
  • Homework: Calculating Speed #1- 10
Friday: Unit 7 Test: Force and Motion 
 
Weekly Warm Up will be turned in for a daily grade.

Week 20 At a Glance

Monday: Force and Motion Notes
  • Students will learn about speed, acceleration, and velocity.
  • Students will learn about Balanced and Unbalanced Forces.
  • Students will practice with interactive notes.
Tuesday: Force and Motion Poster
  • Students will create a poster for one of the given vocabulary words.
  • Homework: Velocity, speed, or acceleration homework.
Wednesday: Marble Fall Lab
  • Students will complete a lab connecting speed to distance and time while completing different trials and finding the speed of a marble while timing and measuring the distance.
Thursday: Marshmallow Catapult Lab
  • Students will measure the distance a marshmallow travels while applying different unbalance force to it.
  • Students will create a collection of data and input it in tables and graph.
Friday: Calculating Speed and Graphing
  • Students will practice calculating speed given distance and speed.
 
Weekly Warm Up will be turned in for a daily grade.

Week 19 At a Glance Jan. 17-20

Monday: Student Holiday (NO SCHOOL)
 
Tuesday: Mechanical Energy
  • Potential and Kinetic Energy Notes
  • Homework: Kinetic vs Potential Energy Practice
Wednesday: Exploring Potential and Kinetic Energy Stations
 
Thursday: Energy Class Rotation 
 
Friday: Roller Coaster Simulator Lab
  • Weekly Warm Up will be turned in for a daily grade.
  • Science Progress Reports will be given to students to take home with their average.

Week 16 at A Glance 12/12 - 12/16

Monday: Review for Chemical and Physical Change w/ Play 

-Students will watch a school play and identify physical and chemical changes viewed.

Tuesday: Voting and Class Online Discussion for best Energy Resource

-Students will vote online for the energy resource that they believe is the best for our community. They will explain their opinion in an online class discussion. 

Wednesday:  Voting and Debate

-Students will vote and form an opinion on the best energy resource by creating a venn diagram for advantages and disadvantages for their chosen resource.
-Students will debate on which Energy Resource is best in an open class discussion.

Thursday: Energy Resources Community Design 

-Students will use a variety of renewal and nonrenewal energy resources in a group/partner project where they will create a design/plan for a community.
-Students will created a visual presentation poster, powerpoint, or diorama with explanations for each resource.
 
Friday: Finish Energy Resources Community Design 
-Students will use a variety of renewal and nonrenewal energy resources in a group/partner project where they will create a design/plan for a community.
-Students will created a visual presentation poster, powerpoint, or diorama with explanations for each resource.
*** Turn in Weekly Warm Up for Daily Grade.