• Here is the outline proposal form: 

    Click here

    Comments (-1)
  • The Cambridge website contains the official syllabus for this course with some extra info. Refer to this as often as you'd like! 

    www.cambridgeinternational.org 

     

    Comments (-1)
  • AICE Environmental Management Materials List

    • 2” or 3” binder with pockets
    • Five dividers
    • Pencils and pens
    • 1 highlighter

     

    Teacher needs: (please do not feel obligated!) Thank you!

    • Tissues
    • Hand sanitizer

     

    Project Info

     

    It is requiredthat all students submit a formal project as a component of the final AICE course score.

     

    Instructions for Projects - Pick a topic relating to environmental management which is research and opinions on use and conservation of natural resources, protection of habitats and control of pollution. Projects should relate to a local issue and be focused on a single variable (something like global warming is way too broad). Projects need to have a quantitative way to measure the outcome. The timeline for projects allows about 2 months to collect data with multiple runs after the initial trials to modify if needed. Access to needed materials should be considered when developing the project.

    Comments (-1)
  • 9/23-9/27

    Posted by Ashley Banta on 9/22/2019 1:00:00 AM

    Monday: Finish presentations 

    Overview of material--look at the additional notes posted below, and add any information that is not in your notes from the presentations

    *Watch the videos from the notes as well 

    *Write down any questions you have 

    Volcanoes and Earthquakes

    Soils 

    Mass Movements 

    Tuesday: Finish notes and review

    Wednesday: Work on proposals 

    Thursday: Quiz

    Friday: TBA

    *Updated proposal drafts due! 

    Comments (-1)
  • 9/16-9/20

    Posted by Ashley Banta on 9/15/2019 5:15:00 AM

    Presentations: 

    Soil Formation and Characteristics 

    Types of Mass Movements on Slopes

    Natural and Human Causes of Mass Movements on Slopes 

     Volcanoes

    Other Natural Hazards--Tsunamis and Landslides 

    Earthquakes 

    Soil Erosion And Deterioration

    Soil Management Difference in high to low income area and Specific Soil Types

    Monday: 

    Announcements:

    • If you turned in a proposal, you have feedback in your email or in turnitin
    • You can schedule an appt with me to discuss if needed
    • New due date 9/27—make corrections and write like it’s formalàedit your writing (we will edit one more time before submitting)
    • There will be a quiz early next week

    Pass back papers 

    HW given due this Friday 9/20 (click here)

    Presentations 

    Tuesday: 

    Presentations 

    Work on proposals 

    Thursday: 

    Presentations

    Notes (coming soon)

    Friday: 

    Turn in HW!

    Finish notes & study

    Comments (-1)
  • 9/9-9/13

    Posted by Ashley Banta on 9/8/2019

    Monday: 

    Announcements: 

    • You will have feedback on proposals by Friday (If you haven’t emailed me this, I need it by Wednesday, along with any remaining annotated bibliographies)
    • New due date for final proposal will be Friday, Sept 27 
    • If you want to speak with me regarding your feedback, you need to schedule a 15 min consultation with me before or after school before the new due date
    • You have research HW due this Friday

    Lithosphere group project 

    *Project sheet/topics (click here)

    *Rubric (click here)

    Tuesday: Continue working on Lithosphere Project 

    Wednesday/Thursday: Continue working on Lithosphere Project 

    Friday: Turn in HW; Work on/Finish Lithosphere Project 

    Comments (-1)
  • 9/2-9/6

    Posted by Ashley Banta on 9/4/2019 3:10:00 AM

    Monday-Wednesday: Holiday and Hurricane--NO SCHOOL

    Thursday: Binder check; Lithosphere Quiz 1

    Friday: Picture Day! Start research hw (click here) due next Friday! 

    Comments (-1)
  • 8/26-8/30

    Posted by Ashley Banta on 8/25/2019 5:00:00 AM

    There will be a short quiz and notebook check this Friday!

    Monday: Complete guided noted on Lithosphere "unit 1" 

    Tuesday: Project proposals 

    Wednesday/Thursday: Plate tectonics lab; Lithosphere unit 1 review 

    Friday: Quiz and notebook check 

    Notebook check: 

    *Binder with 5 sections: (1) Lithosphere, (2) Atmosphere, (3) Hydrosphere, (4) Biosphere, (5) Handouts/Graded

    In Lithosphere section: 

    *Vocab from textbook

    *Completed guided notes 

    In handouts section: 

    *Syllabus paper 3

    *Syllabus papers 1 and 2

    *Proposal/Project example

    Comments (-1)
  • 8/19-8/23

    Posted by Ashley Banta on 8/18/2019 4:20:00 AM

    Monday: Review Papers 1 and 2; Intro Lithosphere research (click here) due Monday, 8/26. 

    Tuesday: Work day--Annotated Bibliography and Project Proposal. 

    Wednesday/Thursday: 30 minutes to work on Intro Lithosphere research; Begin Lithosphere notes: All of section 2.1--

    http://sailorsgogreen.blogspot.com/p/lithosphere-2.html?m=1

    (Click here for guided notes)

    Friday: Complete Annotated Bibliography and submit to turnitin.com

    Comments (-1)
  • 8/12-8/16

    Posted by Ashley Banta on 6/5/2019

    Welcome back! Here, you can see a general outline of what we do in class each week. This is helpful if you are absent! 

    Monday: Review of school and classroom expectations. 

    Tuesday: Review of coursework component (project--Paper 3) of this course (click here); Turnitin.com account setup; Review proposal expectations and due date (8/30); Review proposal and project example (click here); Begin thinking about project topics. 

    Wednesday: Review Paper 1 and 2 expectations on syllabus (click here); Project topic exploration; Discuss and begin working on Annotated Bibliography assignment due 8/23 (click here).

    Thursday: Work on project proposal and annotated bibliography. 

    Friday: Continue working on project proposal and annotated bibliography. 

    Comments (-1)