Mr. Ryan
Pioneer Valley High School
Earth Science
Name: ______________________________________
Period: _________
Unit 2: Our Planet Earth
Day
HW Assignments
1
Tue
Unit 2 Vocab #1:
2
Wed
Unit 2 Vocab #2:
Planetismals
Radioactive Decay
Particles
Energy
Differentiation
Silica
Dense
Core
Mantle
Crust
Density
Outgassing
Gas Molecules
Helium
Water Vapor
Elements
Atmosphere
Hydrogen
Solar Wind
Carbon Dioxide
3
Thu
Unit 2 Vocab #3
4
Fri
The Moon Earths
Satellite “worksheet” &
Moon Journal
5
Mon
6
Tue
Reading
Page #’s
688-690
690
28-29
672-674
Ozone
Ultraviolet Radiation
Photosynthesis
Cynobacteria
Byproduct
Oxygen
Chemical Composition
Nitrogen
Condensed
Dissolved
Precipitates
Unit 3 Vocab #4:
719-
30
In Class
Activity
Intro (road map) to Unit
# 2, SQ3R Earths
Formation of: 1) Earth
2) Earths ATM 3)
Earth’s Oceans
Do “Formation of
Earth” RQ: 5-6, SQ3R
SQ3R Earth Interior
Earth’s Interior RQ: 34, Structure of Earth’s
Interior “notes &
diagrams”, Center of
the Earth “worksheet”,
Subsurface Changes
“worksheet”
Earths Fiery Interior
“worksheet”, Density,
Video: Density &
Buoyancy, Density
Problems “worksheet”,
Quiz
Differentiation lab
Axis
Rotation
The Coriolis Effect
Revolution
Perihelion
Aphelion
Ellipse
Solstice
Equinox
Northern Hemisphere
Southern Hemisphere
Unit 2 Vocab #5:
Moon
Solar Eclipse
Waxing Gibbous
Waning Crescent
New Moon
Satellite
Lunar Eclipse
Waning Gibbous
Waxing Crescent
Full Moon
7
Wed
Unit 2 Vocab # 6:
8
Thur
Unit 2 Vocab # 7:
Composition
Inner Core
Mantle
Asthenosphere
Oceanic Crust
Geologic Time
Geologic Eons
Geologic Era’s
Mesozoic Era
Precambrian Time
Geologic Column
& Moon Journal
667-669
674
Structural
Outer Core
Moho
Lithosphere
Continental Crust
Geologic Periods
Geologic Epoch’s
Cenozoic Era
Paleozoic Era
211-214
214
Movements of Earth
“notes’, Movements of
Earth RQ: 1-2,
Movements of Earth
“notes”,
RG: The Seasons,
Solstice-vs-Equinox
“notes”, Earths 4Seasons ‘notes &
diagram”, Video: Earths
seasons “BN”
Earth’s Moon “reading”
Moon Journal, Earth,
Sun, Moon System
‘worksheet”,
10
Homework
5
0
Absent
9
Fri
Unit 2 Vocab # 8:
10
Mon
Unit 2 Vocab # 9:
11
Mon
Unit 2 Study Guide
& Moon Journal
12
Mon
Review for Unit 2 Test
& Moon Journal
Geologic Time
“reading”, Geologic
Time RQ: 1-4 Geologic
Time Chart
“worksheet”, Mesozoic
Era “bar graph”
Oblate Spheroid Magnetosphere
Magnetic Field
Mass
Magnetic Field Reversals
Isaac Newton
Galileo Gallia
Universal Gravitation
Inertia
Weight
& Moon Journal
54-55
Latitude
Longitude
Prime Meridian
Parallel
Meridian
Topography
Contour Lines
Coordinates
Topographic Maps
International Date Line
& Moon Journal
63-65
76
Earth a Unique Planet
“reading’ Earth a
Unique Planet
“worksheet” SQ3R
“Finding Locations on
Earth”, Latitude and
Longitude “diagrams
w/notes & worksheet”
Topographic Maps
“reading’, Topographic
Map of Desolation
Watershed
Unit 2 Review
Unit # 2 Test,
13
Moon Journal
Mon
Key Terms:
Planetismals Radioactive Decay
Particles
Energy
Differentiation
Silica
Dense
Core
Mantle
Crust
Density
Elements
Outgassing
Atmosphere
Gas Molecules
Hydrogen
Helium
Solar Wind
Water Vapor
Carbon Dioxide
Ozone
Ultraviolet Radiation Photosynthesis
Cynobacteria
Byproduct
Oxygen
Chemical Composition
Nitrogen
Condensed
Dissolved
Precipitates
Axis
Rotation
Coriolis Effect
Revolution
Perihelion
Aphelion
Ellipse
Solstice
Equinox
Northern Hemisphere Southern Hemisphere
Moon
Satellite
Solar Eclipse
Lunar Eclipse
Waxing Gibbous Waning Gibbous
Waning Crescent
Waxing Crescent
New Moon
Full Moon
Composition
Structural
Inner Core
Outer Core
Mantle
Moho
Asthenosphere
Lithosphere
Oceanic Crust
Continental Crust
Geologic Time
Geologic Periods Geologic Eons
Geologic Epoch’s Geologic Era’s
Cenozoic Era
Mesozoic Era
Paleozoic Era
Precambrian Time
Geologic Column
Oblate Spheroid
Magnetosphere
Magnetic Field
Mass
Magnetic Field Reversals
Isaac Newton
Galileo Gallia
Universal Gravitation
Inertia
Weight
Latitude
Longitude
Prime Meridian
Parallel
Meridian
Topography
Contour Lines
Coordinates
Topographic Maps
International Date Line
California State Content Standards:
Earth's Place in the Universe
1.e) Students know the Sun is a typical star and is powered by nuclear reactions, primarily the fusion of hydrogen to form
helium.
1.f Students know the evidence for the dramatic effects that asteroid impacts have had in shaping the surface of planets
and their moons and in mass extinctions of life on Earth.
Energy in the Earth System
4.a) Students know the relative amount of incoming solar energy compared with Earth's internal energy and the energy
used by society.
5.a) Students know how differential heating of Earth results in circulation patterns in the atmosphere and oceans that
globally distribute the heat.
Biogeochemical Cycles
7.c) Students know the movement of matter among reservoirs is driven by Earth's internal and external sources of energy.
Structure and Composition of the Atmosphere
8.b) Students know how the composition of Earth's atmosphere has evolved over geologic time and know the effect of
outgassing, the variations of carbon dioxide concentration, and the origin of atmospheric oxygen.
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