Wednesday, February 25, 2015

6th Grade Health Project- Due on day of the unit test!

6th Grade Health Project
You are going to construct a Public Service Announcement explaining the dangers of one illegal drug that we discussed in class.
A Public Service Announcement is any type of poster/billboard/commercial that tries to teach the people of the community about an important issue.
In your PSA, be sure to discuss important details of the drug including…
-How it is taken
- What does it do to the body?
-Where are people typically using this drug?
- What population is the PSA targeting?
Use your creativity and various artistic skills to succeed in this project- you can always ask for help with ideas.
Look for a rubric on the blog

This will be due on the day of your unit test.

RUBRIC TO FOLLOW- STAY TUNED

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

5th Grade Homework Due Thursday Feb 19th

5th Grade students,
   Here is the 1st homework of the 3rd quarter.  I am including a few seperate college volleyball video links.  Find the one you want to watch and answer the following questions in complete sentences.  The assignment is due on Thursday, February 19th.

Penn State vs. Wisconsin- Women's volleyball
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gePsSNrRqyI

University of Southern California (USC) vs. University of California- Irvine- Men's
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2B9LVwn4h8

Answer the following questions
1) Which match did you watch?
2) How many points did the winning team need to score to win?
3) How many hits is each team allowed before the ball has to go over the net?
4) Each team uses the hits we have talked about in class.  Explain how one of these hits was used during the game.

Make sure you ask me if you need help with any of the questions.

Mr. Goldstein

Monday, January 12, 2015

Question about Nutrition Project

Hi,
   This is an answer to a 5-1 student's question about the Nutrition  Project.  You only have to find the nutrition information for one meal out of the day.

-Mr. Goldstein

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Nutrition Test Review

1)      

       Which foods are the highest in carbohydrates?

2)      Which foods are the highest in Protein?

3)      Which foods are the highest in vitamins and minerals?

4)      Which term refers to the amount of energy in our food?

5)      How many calories are in one pound of fat?

6)      How many calories should the average person eat in one day?

7)      Which nutrient contains the most calories per gram?

8)      Eating out too often can lead to eating too many calories and weight gain.


Short Answer
1)      The calorie equation states ……….. Calories in- Calories out=
What can a person do to get the answer to the equation closer to zero and to avoid storing too many calories?  There are two appropriate answers and I am looking for both.







2)      An average person should eat around 2,000 calories per day.  Should you be eating exactly 2,000 or more or less?  Think about your daily habits and answer this question about your own body.

Monday, January 5, 2015

Nutrition Rubric

5th graders,
   This is how you will be graded on the Nutrition Project.
Nutrition Menu Assignment Rubric
1.       Presentation
25- This assignment is professionally done.
20- This assignment looks presentable, but could show more professionalism.
15- This assignment should be redone, the quality is not appropriate.

2.       Menu Accuracy
25- The menu items and calorie content is accurate.
20- These items contain some errors.
15- This information is made-up or misread.

3.       Creativity
25- The project shows an incredible amount of effort and creativity.
20- Your project shows some effort and creativity.
15- Your project shows little effort and creativity.

4.       Nutrition Questions
25- Questions are answered accurately and show full understanding of the nutrition content.
20- Most questions are answered accurately and the student shows basic understanding.

15- Some of the answers are correct, but the student shows little understanding of the content.

6th Grade HW due Wednesday 1/14

6th Graders,
   In order to have the best basketball tournament possible, we need to learn the game!  Watch at least one half of a basketball game. This can be a college or professional game.  College games are often seen on weeknights on ESPN or ESPN, professional games are often seen on weeknights on 70 or 71 on Optimum.
I can let you know specific nights when there will be a game.  You can always search for a game on Youtube at any time.

Assignment due on Wednesday 1/14.

Answer the following in complete sentences...
1) Who are the teams playing in the game you are watching?
2) What is the name of the position that dribbles the ball up the court?
3) How much is a shot worth that is made from inside the arc?
4) How many points is a foul shot worth?
5) Explain the spacing you see from one of the teams.  Is the team usually spaced out or bunched up?   If you were coaching which style would you have your team play and why?


Good luck,
Mr. Goldstein
 

Nutrition Assignment

5th Grade students,
   Here is the Nutrition Project that will be due on the day of your Nutrition Test.  I will tell you that exact date during your next class.

Last class we did an activity where we selected a meal from an online menu and saw how many calories it contained.  You are going to find the nutrional information of your own meal.  
1) Go to a restaurant website or go get a nutritional sheet for an actual restuarant (for example- Applebees.com   -- but try to be original).
2) Pick your meal from that restaurant (remember to include a drink or two and a side like fries if that is what you eat).
3) How many combined calories does your meal contain (add the up the total)?  
4) How many grams of fat does your meal contain?
5) How does your calorie total compare to the 2,000 calories an average person should eat per day?
6)  Think about your own body and what you do each day.  Should you be eating more or less than 2,000 calories?  Explain your answer.

We will go over this activity in detail in class.

Ask me any questions you might have while doing this project,
Mr. Goldstein