November 17, 2014 by Mr Richo
Here is some more information about our science homework task this week. Below you will find a link for the homework page this week and some more information about the activity we would like you to complete about Mars’ weather. There is also some information about how to keep track of your research references.
Click here for the homework sheet due on Friday 21st November.
MARS WEATHER (Mini-Booklet)
Yes! Mars has weather. Create a Mini-Booklet about the weather on Mars. You will make this in class together on Friday but if you lose it/weren’t here on Friday…
- Take two pieces of paper the same size, and fold them in half.
- Take one piece of paper and cut a slit along the fold that FINISHES about 2 cm away from the edges.
- On the other piece make two slits at either end of the fold (about 2 cm).
- Roll this piece of paper and pass through the slit of the other piece and straighten out so that it fits together as an eight-page booklet.
Find out everything you can about the Weather on Mars, including:
- Dust storms
- Frost and snow
You need to keep a list of all the places you find information that you use. Keep a list of references and when you’re ready transfer the information to a Tri-Fold Tab Book.
*Books and magazines should include the title and author and date it was published (usually found on the imprint page with other publishing information).
*Internet site, the title and date you visited it,
*Other resources should include the name of the program (for TV etc) and the date you saw it, or the name of the person you spoke to, and any qualifications they might have, eg. your teacher.
How to create the tri-fold tab book
You will make this in class together on Friday but if you lose it/weren’t here on Friday…Fold a piece of A5 paper in half, turn it around and fold into three. Cut along red dotted lines to create tabs, fold outer sections into centre to create booklet.
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