|This Week in Science, Sept. 11-15|
|MON: Relative Humidity Lab using sling psychrometers (pictured)
TUES: Check homework (1-6 & Vocabulary)
WED: Weather Chapter 1 + Newspaper Club meeting from 2:10 to 3:45 (8th graders invited to visit, 7th graders welcome as well)
THURS: Podcasting Lab #1 (Recording)
FRID: Podcasting Lab #2 (Sound Editing) & Professional Friday #3
ALERT: Check Homework Calendar for homework assignments!
|by Tim II @ 10 Sep 2006 04:21 pm|
vv007! Mr. C u hAvE tEh 1337 hax tAhT rOxOrz my bOxOrs.
I'll see ya on wednesday.
|by jdog @ 10 Sep 2006 05:22 pm|
|care to explain bo?|
|by Tim II @ 10 Sep 2006 07:40 pm|
Oh JordAn, this is going to be sooooo fun, just like last year.
Uh he he, just kidding Mr. C.
Anyway I was just expressing my joy at being able to visit on Wednsday. I just realized it's funny how 8th graders have posted more than 7th graders. And when we have its with signifigantly better grammer and spelling.
I done gess Mr. Tabb is teach us gudd.
|by Shelby @ 10 Sep 2006 10:21 pm|
|It does seem kind of unusual that the 8th graders are posting comments more than the 7th graders. I guess it's cause we miss Mr. C. too much. We all love you Mr. C.|
|by Anne @ 11 Sep 2006 04:46 pm|
|Aha! I'm a seventh grader. I can't WAIT to learn podcasting. Bwahaha.|
|by sarah @ 11 Sep 2006 05:56 pm|
|Me and my seventhgradearificnesss find it especialy annoying that 8th graders r posting so much.|
|by Tim II @ 11 Sep 2006 06:06 pm|
Well fine. We'll stop posting, but YOU aren't allowed to speak to favorite teachers next year. Yeah, didn't think so. No offense, but if you don't like it post more and get your friends to post more.
Oh and by the way, spelling things out isn't that much harder than writing the two extra letters. You obviously have plenty to spare.
|by Jdog @ 11 Sep 2006 08:32 pm|
don't be so cruel bo -and what do you mean ur going to stop by to visit wednesday? We need as many people as possible to come to the v-ball games. wait, nevermind, this wednesday is an away game. sry.
oh- and notice how its only the same people who posted last year?
|by MrC @ 11 Sep 2006 11:05 pm|
|OK people, the blog here is open to anyone as long as you stay on topic. By the way, first thing Wednesday I've got to go down to the gym to take pictures of the boys and girls volleyball teams. After I get the pictures taken I'll come back to the Newspaper Club meeting.|
|by jdog @ 12 Sep 2006 08:15 pm|
|that means you'll be taking a picture of me and I HATE it when you take pictures of me!!! so, no, you really DON'T NEED to take pics of the v-ball team.|
|by Tyler @ 13 Sep 2006 12:24 am|
|Hmmm.... might I ask, how you will do podcasting without Macs? (I thought you needed Garageband) Oh I suppose you could use sound recorder and notepad for coding the XML and... ugh|
|by Takeshi Kobato @ 13 Sep 2006 06:50 pm|
|by MrC @ 14 Sep 2006 11:06 pm|
|Tyler, you really don't need a Mac to do podcasting. We're going to be using iRiver mp3 players to record voices and software on the classroom PCs to edit the sound files and build the podcast. So, it will all be done on PCs -- no Macs needed!|
|by jdog @ 15 Sep 2006 04:24 pm|
|how come we didn't use mp3 players when we were in the seventh grade?|
|by MrC @ 17 Sep 2006 02:55 pm|
|Ah jdog, each year I work on a new project. This year I've decided to skip teaching Hyperstudio and Powerpoint and instead, focus on "Podcasting." My goal is to build a nice healthy (and interesting) library of podcasting files that will be listed on the Hanes iTunes podcasting page!|
|by Divine Comedian @ 17 Sep 2006 05:39 pm|
Well, as much as I hated the Hyperstudio project I've gotta say Mr. Tabb + Mrs. St. Clair>Podcasting.
|by ycat @ 14 Oct 2006 11:04 am|
|Tee hee 8th graders need to stop commenting it is SO annoying!|