ESA Science – Lunchtime Tutorials – Today: “Grade 9 Electricity – Part 2”

ESA Science is pleased to continue their “Lunchtime Tutorials” for Grades 9 and 10.

Today (Thursday) Mr. Schumacher will review and provide enrichment for Grade 9: “Current Electricity – Concepts and Calculations, Part 2”. Students can attend Part 2 without having attended Part 1.

Next Thursday’s Grade 10 Tutorial will be a “light” review, with opportunities for reflection (and possibly, dispersion).

Tutorials take place in Room S14 and begin about 15 minutes into lunch. The atmosphere is very welcoming and students may eat their lunches. Senior students will be gladly “standing by” to help out.

ESA Science – Lunchtime Tutorials – Thursday: “Grade 9 Electricity – Part 2”

ESA Science is pleased to continue their “Lunchtime Tutorials” for Grades 9 and 10.

This Thursday, Mr. Schumacher will review and provide enrichment for Grade 9: “Current Electricity – Concepts and Calculations, Part 2”. Students can attend Part 2 without having attended Part 1.

Next Thursday’s Grade 10 Tutorial will be a “light” review, with opportunities for reflection (and some refraction).

Tutorials take place in Room S14 and begin about 15 minutes into lunch. The atmosphere is very welcoming and students may eat their lunches. Senior students will be gladly “standing by” to help out.

ESA Science – Lunchtime Tutorials – Today: Grade 9 Electricity

ESA Science is pleased to continue their “Lunchtime Tutorials” for Grades 9 and 10

Today (Thursday), Mr. Schumacher will review Grade 9 “Current Electricity – Concepts and Calculations, Part 1”. (Part 2 will be reviewed on Thursday, April 20.)

Next Thursday (April 13), Mrs. Neag will review Grade 10 “Ray Diagrams and Calculations”.

Tutorials take place in Room S14 and begin about 15 minutes into lunch. The atmosphere is very welcoming and students may eat their lunches. Senior students will be gladly “standing by” to help out.

This Week’s ESA Science Lunch-time Tutorial

ESA Science is pleased to continue the relatively new “Lunchtime Tutorials” for Grades 9 and 10. The first three tutorials were well attended and very well received.

Today (Tuesday), Mr. Schumacher will present “Program Notes for the upcoming Grade 9 Chemistry Unit”. He will present a summary of the main ideas and connections, with a theme of “don’t miss the forest for the trees”. The tutorial will include several quick student activities using various models.

In general, tutorials take place in Room S14 and begin about 15 minutes into lunch. The atmosphere is very welcoming and students are welcome to eat their lunch.

This Week’s ESA Science Lunch-time Tutorial

ESA Science is pleased to continue the relatively new “Lunchtime Tutorials” for Grades 9 and 10. The first two tutorials were well attended and very well received.

Today (Thursday), Mr. Berkan will review Grade 10 “Acids and Bases”. Next Tuesday (November 22), Mr. Payne and/or Mr. Schumacher will review Grade 9 Chemical and Physical Properties.

Tutorials take place in Room S14 and begin about 15 minutes into lunch. The atmosphere is very welcoming and students are welcome to eat their lunch.

New Science Lunchtime Tutorials!

ESA Science is pleased to announce and begin the new “Lunchtime Science Tutorials” for Grades 9 and 10. For each grade, the tutorials take place every other week, review the main ideas of recent lessons, have Q&A time, and are assisted by senior science students. The atmosphere is relaxed and welcoming.

This week, on Thursday, November 3, Mrs. Neag will review Grade 10 “Chemical Names and Reactions. Next week, on Thursday, November 10, Mr. Boody will review Grade 9 “Ecology Terms and Connections”.

 

Science Guest Speakers at Lunch Wednesday

Science Guest Speaker Lunch

Wednesday, February 26, in the Library

The ESA Science Department is hosting the first annual (?) “Science Speakers Lunch”, Wednesday at lunch in the library.

This year’s three professional scientist-speakers are:

* Dr. Mark Taylor, a chemistry professor at U of T
* Dr. Diane Pendlebury, an atmospheric physics research associate at U of T
* Bernardo Majano,  an engineer at R.V. Anderson Associates Ltd., who helped design and build the Behemoth at Canada’s Wonderland.

Interested students are invited to be in the library, with their lunches and questions, no later than 10 minutes into the lunch period.

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