Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Today's schedule is D-C-Lunch-A-B

D - Geography 12 - Today we will finish the review of Jared Diamond's book Collapse. After this we will take a quick look at global warming and climate change along with potential impacts here in BC and across the globe. We'll watch the National Geographic DVD "Six Degrees Could Change the World". In the documentary, National Geographic visualizes the devastating ecological impact each single degree increase in temperature could have on our planet over the next century.

For more information see the National Geographic Preserve Our Planet website and the Six Degrees interactive site..

C - Introduction to Law 9/10 - Since we had a surprise library block yesterday, today we'll finish watching the Law & Order episode "Family Values" (Season 5 Episode 4). This episode is based on the Amy Fisher attempted murder of her lover's wife Mary Jo Buttafuoco. Check out the following websites to find out more about the case:
TruTV: Long Island Lolita case Amy Fisher case

Please do not forget to e-mail me the URL (web page address) of your forensic science project or write it down on paper and hand it in to me (due tomorrow). Also please get your anonymous questions in to the Question Box so that I can address them both today and tomorrow.

A - Law 12 - Today is day one of your in-class final exam. You will be working on the written answer section today and tomorrow you'll have the multiple choice section. If you studied and are prepared than I am certain you will do well. Good Luck.

B- Earth and Space Science 11 - Today you can begin working on the last set of handouts: Stars and Galaxies 2, 3, and 4. We will work on these activities today and tomorrow this and will watch the IMAX "Cosmic Voyage" DVD (today) and The Universe DVD episode "The Most Dangerous Place in the Universe" (tomorrow). Don't forget you need to hand in the three worksheets: Kepler's Third Law of Planetary Motion, The Sun and Solar System #2, and The Sun and Solar System #3 that were due yesterday.

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