-- Explain how latitude and longitude works
-- Describe the primary lines of latitude
-- Period 1 only: set academic and non-academic SMART goals for 2nd quarter
-- Finish watching videos in not seen in class yesterday (see yesterday's posting to view the videos)
-- Take notes on latitude (be sure to indicate in notes how you will remember the difference between latitude and longitude)
-- Go outside to see a "second" of latitude
-- See how the tropic lines and circle lines came to be
-- begin notes on longitude
-- Period 1 only: View powerpoint on goal-setting; brainstorm academic and non-academic things you would like to accomplish during 2nd quarter; select one from each list that you would like to have as a SMART goal; begin filling out goal-sheet.
Notes/Handouts/Material covered in class:
Ms. Schaedler is starting her 29th year of teaching middle school. (She loves it!) Most of her work has been in Social Studies, but she has also designed and implemented a program teaching "lifelong learning skills" to middle school students to enhance their success.