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Mrs. Emelle's Internet Class

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Welcome to my web class!

A class web site is a creative way of getting students excited about a subject, keeping them up to date on assignments, and providing them with valuable online resources. Because a class site should be engaging, I'll present information that makes the subject interesting and fun, such as brain teasers or polls about current events. I have also included plenty of links so students can explore a wealth of ideas on the web.

The month our web site is being updated by:

Events and Announcements for April 2007
 
March 30, 2007- Champions Rock Climbing (All grades)
April 2, 2007- SAAW Meeting (Madatory)- 6:00 p.m./ Slauson
April 6-13, 2007- Spring Break/ No School
April 19, 2007- ICEF Youth Mass Choir Spring Concert/ 7:00 p.m. Washington Prep High School
April 20, 2007- 7th and 8th Grade Dance (4/5 Grade Campus)
 
 
 

 

Trip Information:
 
March 15, 2007-Bowers Museum

In the News

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Current Events in Science for the Month of March

  • Scientists from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass., have invented a backpack that makes electricity from energy produced while its wearer walks. (Source:www.scienceforkids.org)

  • Scientists at Rice University in Houston, Texas, announced their invention of nanocars last October. More recently, the scientists added miniature motors to their machines. The same research group, led by chemist James Tour, previously produced NanoKids—molecules that look vaguely like human figures (see "The Incredible Shrunken Kids"). (Source:www.scienceforkids.org)

The topics above can be researched using the sources provided. After getting more details on these topics, write a one paragraph summary. Submit your summary responses via email typed in Word as an attachment to mailto:mrsemelle-teacher@yahoo.com



Meet the Challenge!

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Here is the weekly brain teaser/riddle:
 
How many seconds are there in a year?

Last week's answer: A sponge
Last week's winner: No winners

Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss you'll land amoung the stars.