What on EARTH are we up to!

Welcome to week ( Module 3)

PARENTS!!!

If you need me to resend the instructions on how you can log into the course and view your Childs progress please feel free to reach out and request that I resend the instructions. I welcome a third set eyes.:)

Module 3 Due Dates

The getting started module and Module 3 is due September 16 th at midnight!

Check off each completed assignments to stay on pace!

Earth Science Module 3 Checklist:

Essential Question: What are the processes that shape the lithosphere?

Assignment

3.1 Lecture & Study Guide

Formative Assessment

3.2 Geohazard / Land Form

3.3 Gizmo: The Rock Cycle

3.4 Assignment: The Dust Bowl

3.5 Assessment

Week 3

A few things to remember...

  1. Please reach out to me with any questions.
  2. Read your daily announcement.
  3. Please respond back to my text.
  4. Read all feedback!
  5. Make sure you complete all of the getting started module. and any thing missing in Module 3.

Plagerism

There have been several papers turned in that have been plagiarized. In an effort to stop and curb this I will run select assignments through "Safe Assign". This is a program that NCVPS has to check for plagiarism. I hope you will take this into consideration when writing your papers and completing your assignments.

TIPS: Academic Integrity Policy

"Academic Integrity: Academic Integrity is the pursuit of scholarly activity in an open, honest and responsible manner. Academic integrity includes a commitment not to engage or tolerate acts of falsification, misrepresentation or deception. Such acts of dishonesty violate the fundamental ethical principles..." [1]
  • Class assignments must be the original work of the student submitting it.
  • Collaboration with others on any assignment must be pre-approved by teachers.
  • Plagiarism in any form is not acceptable.
  • Violation of the copyright law is not acceptable.

To review NCVPS's comprehensive academic integrity policy, click on the following document:https://docs.google.com/a/ncpublicschools.gov/document/d/15pUy4wh-gayrEu63pjTvWHlVgpSxBS2yANkl1QH3vw0/edit (Links to an external site.)

1 "Penn State Office of Judicial Affairs." Penn State University. 31/10/2008.
Penn State University. 13 Mar 2009 <http://www.sa.psu.edu/ja/TermstoKnow.shtml>