Read to page 100 for discussion on the 20th.
Reminder – Friday will be a mini test day. There will be 14 questions, so 14 minutes to complete them. If you have a calculator that you can bring to school with you, please do; we have a limited number available.
Read to page 45 for our next meeting on Wednesday, March 6th.
Find invertebrates or vertebrates with unique self-preservation techniques. Be sure and know where your animals are from. We will meet at 10:00 a.m
Communitas will be on Thursday morning. Please add agenda items in comments.
-Fill out “6 Things” you are working on this week and don’t forget to blog
-ACT Math Prep: M,W,F
-Reading Group “The Color Purple” to page 39 for Tuesday afternoon the 5th
-Individual Reading Group check-ins early this week
-Psychology #12 assignment on the blog
-Fury and Furry mtg tomorrow at 10:00
-“Island of the Blue Dolphins” mtg. to wrap-up book on Wednesday at 10:00, “The One and Only Ivan” is our next book.
-Podcasting class is on Wednesday at 1:00 – have your ideas ready
-Friday morning we will have chemistry (advance questions to be posted to blog)
-Advanced writers meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) in the afternoon
Audio reflections this week: Solo, Nigel, Lola, Leo, Finn, Braden, Henry, and Will
1. How do you make ice cream creamy instead of icy?
2. Why doesn’t ice cream freeze at the typical freezing point?
3. What was traditionally done to lower the temperature enough to make ice cream?
4. What makes good tasting ice cream? What things do you need to balance out to make it the best?
5. What is the difference between standard ice cream, frozen custard, and gelato?
6. What happens to the top layer of ice cream in the freezer?
7. How can you help prevent spoilage of the top layer?
8. What is the proper temperature for storing ice cream? Eating ice cream?
9. What flavor ice cream do you want to make? What toppings?
10. Do you prefer a bowl or cone? Waffle cone or cake cone?
Read to page 39 for book club meeting the afternoon of March 5th (Tuesday). We will talk about Alice Walker in addition to the reading.
Gray, Peter. Psychology (5th edition), pp. 68-75, 212-223, 522-527
Ekman, Paul. “Emotions Revealed: Recognizing Faces and Feelings to Improve Communication and Emotional Life.” The Norton Psychology Reader. Edited by Gary Marcus. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2006. pp. 245-254