You are cordially invited to a Tea Party,
a MAD SCIENTIST Tea Party!
When: September 8th
Where: Compass School
With Whom: Your scientist, your parents and the Antioch Students
Part One- I wonder!
We will share the science we see around us. What do you wonder about?
We will list these questions and ways to answer them.
We will research these questions and try and find others who have asked the same.
Part Two- Who’s Done it?
We will look into the lives of these scientists.
Create a “face book” of our own
We will take on their personas at a scientist’s tea Party.
Part Three- Who’s Best?
We will have a face off- Who is the most important scientist in history
Day one: Round 1: 2 and a half minutes: who where and what
Day two: Round 2: 2 minutes 3 facts
Round 3: Why yours is the best
FINAL FACE OFF- go for it!
Part Four- Tea Party?
You will re enact this scientist for your families. They will try and guess who you are using your bios and asking you yes and no
questions. The family with the most right will get a prize- No telling who your peers are!- ssh….
Part Five- A QUIZ
A matching quiz with the entire classes notable ????
Monday T W Th F
Labor day What is science? Kinds of science? Kinds of science? Put people list in
Hw: what do I HW: Others who HW: Others who categories
wonder? wondered? wondered? Pick person
research Best of Best of TEA Party! Quiz
Three Things you wonder? Scientific Field Scientist
When they lived:
Where they lived:
Their role in the scientific world:
Three notable accomplishments:
Why they are the most significant of all scientists!
My Scientist- by Louise
When: 1960—something to the present
Where: Vermont, United States
His role in the scientific world: Eric is a chemist, a biologist, a geologist, a physicist and a teacher. He rocks the
scientific world by inspiring numerous Compass School Students. Eric makes it fun to be a geek. He is filled with an incredible number
of scientific facts and is a leader in his field. He was voted teacher of the year for Brattleboro Union High School in 1999.
Three major things you should know about his work:
1- He can tell you the length of an orange light wave
2- He knows the acidy of coffee
3- He has a great lab idea for almost any subject
Why he is the most significant of all time: Many scientists have claimed to lead the scientific world but Eric leads mine. He is able to
not only produce incredible work on his own but he inspires others to do the same. Therefore affecting the scientific world
He also is a master of numerous fields of science. I have not come across a subject he can not inform me on.