ROOM 130 Locator Map Assignments
assignment you will be asked to make a drawing/map of room 130. In order for
you to function well in Science class, it is important for you to be able to
identify where safety features, laboratory equipment, and other materials are
located. There are six faces or walls in any given room. There are also a closet and an office where
there are important items for you to use. Make sure you identify a top ten
list of items in Mr. Brooks office and the closet. You should make a drawing
that shows each of these faces and identify any and all items that are a part
of that face. After you are given enough time to complete your map, you will be
given a short quiz in which you will be asked where certain items are. Things that need to be included:
and locate all of the items in the classroom that are part of room 130
and identify the location of all glassware in room 130. Included should be
Erlenmeyer flasks, beakers, thermometers, Bunsen burners, Florence
flasks, crucibles, wire gauze, heat lamps, ect.
and identify any and all equipment in the classroom that can possibly
benefit you in your studies.
There is also going to be a
written component of this assignment.
The answer to these questions or quest can either be found somewhere in
Mr. Brooks room or on his web site at:
all of the safety rules that are found in MR. Brooks Science class.
is animation factory?
percentage does a student need in order to get a grade of A?
can you bring to school for Science extra credit?
is the equation for Photosynthesis?
is Mr. Brooks late work policy?
percentage of your grade will be based on tests?
items will always be on the first page of a lab report? What is this page
the two most important rules, that oversees all others in Mr. Brooks
- What is Mr. Brooks rule on late work?
three of the multiple intelligences.
- What must you do with all graphs and
tables in lab reports?
- Who is the person that is being honored
on the statue in front of the capital building in Lansing?
- Make a
list of the noble gases.
- What does Dr. Koop tell us about
Americans and seat belts?