10th Grade Science

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There are 5 pages (2nd page is blank but scroll to 3rd)


This is due April 9th by 5pm
Students may receive the printed copy or complete online using Adobe Fill & Sign
You can email the assignment to me at vtorske@elidaschools.net or send back in packet


Digestive system

Due April 16th

Assignment- Write a half to one page summary on the human digestive system.  It can be typed or hand written.  These terms should be underlined in your summary; Mouth, teeth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, gall bladder, pancreas, liver, epiglottis, pharynx, salivary gland. If you have questions you can contact me at (575)910-9334. Biology

Life Science 10th grade

Design and build a hand prosthesis

(Due May 4th)

What a prosthesis is.

A prosthesis is an artificial device that replaces a human body part.

Your goal

To design, build, and test a replacement for a human hand.

Your prosthesis must

  • Grasp and lift a variety of objects.

  • Be activated by pulling a cord or string.

  • Spring back when the cord is released.

How to turn in finished assignment

You can email or text me a short video of your prosthesis.

Email- vtorske@elidaschools.net

Phone number-(575)910-9334.  Please let me know who you are in text!

 

Thanks-Mr. Torske

Biology Science 10th grade

Studying the Sun

How does the position of the setting Sun change?

Procedure

  1. Several minutes before sunset, estimate where the Sun will set on the western horizon.  On a sheet of paper, draw prominent features, such as buildings and trees, to the north and south of the Sun’s estimated setting position.

  2. As the Sun sets, draw its position relative to the fixed features on the horizon.  Caution: Never look directly at the Sun; eye damage may result.

  3. Note the date and time of your observation on your drawing. 

  4. Return to the same position several days later.  Using the same drawing, repeat the activity and note the position of the setting Sun.  Wait several more days and do the activity one more time.

Think about it

  1. How did the Sun’s position at sunset change over the course of your observations?

 

  1. Based on your observations, predict where the Sun might set in several weeks time.  Sketch that location on your drawing relative to the fixed features on the horizon.

     

Due date

May 18th

How to turn in finished assignment.

You can email or text me a picture of your assignment or you can send assignment in packet.

Email-vtorske@elidaschools.net

Phone number-(575)910-9334

 

Thank you- Mr.Torske