Infectious disease Project

Today we begin our Communicable Disease presentations.

You will have a disease assigned to you in class and I’ll go back over the expectations of these presentations.

The Rubric and Project Description have been updated!  Be sure to submit your finished presentation (and notes) in google classroom or share it with me ( by the END OF Thursday 10/13. 

We will be using Google Classroom to hand these presentations in for final grading. It is important that you know how to log in to your Bethel Google account. 

[Student Google IDs are Students with two surnames will have them hyphenated. Students with two first names, will have just the first one. Students with an apostrophe anywhere in their name will retain it.Passwords are: whsXXXXXX where the X’s are the student’s ID number.]

Once logged into Google Classroom, you can join the right class by entering the correct code.

Google classroom logons:

Per 7: dpemq6

Per 8: jgysks


Once there, you should be able to view all of the materials I’ve provided to you.  

I’ve created a basic outline set of slides to guide you through the process, I expect the slides to be low on text, high on visual impact, and provide you with lots to talk about during your presentation.

If you cant get into google classroom, here are our requirement docs.

  • And the outline slideshow for you to work off (make your own copy!)
  • When you are done, share the slideshow with me or email to:

here are some resources to start you off.

Let’s Get Sick!

Intro to physics

This is a new Unit for all of us (me too!).  Some of this I’m putting together as we go along so this post will be updated with activities and notes as we progress through the unit.

We started with notes on establishing how we talk about the motion of objects and defining scalar vs. vector quantities.

The notes are below

Next we had an activity where we explored these concepts and watched a Crash Course video about linear motion:

And on the third day of class we had a brief quiz and then started notes on accleration:

one of my favorite accelerators: the white zombie from Portland

3/15: Well I loved acceleration so much I had to do more here’s our lecture for the end of the week!

The Acceleration “quiz” assignment is here: answer all questions to the best of your ability,  checkout the cheat sheet on the last slide!

We’ve finished with describing motion and started with what causes motion: the force! After Spring break we will cover Newton’s 3 laws. we’ll do some reading in the text in case my yapping at you doesn’t do the job!

The Last set of notes for this unit! Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion!

and a crash course physics