Posts Tagged ‘news’

What my students discovered for news:

Ok, time to grade more exams.   Fun.   Only a few days to India!


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This is the week right before spring break, so I’ve fallen behind a bit in posting while I was distracted by writing a few exams.   I’m going to India starting on Saturday, so I hopefully can catch up (if not get a bit ahead!) this week.

News stories:

(The impact story was popular as was the Titan story–both had multiple summaries.)

I should get the my physical geology’s summary up later today.

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(now that I’ve graded the solar system summaries, its time to tackle physical geology)

The most popular article this week was about the earthquake in Missouri, in case you were wondering 🙂

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Its been a busy week, so I’m a bit late getting this compiled.   I’ll try to get the geology news from Physical done shortly after this is posted.


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(the fire alarm went off at 4.15 & 5.10 this morning, so please excuse weird spelling / grammar mistake — I’ll try to catch them)

What my students selected:


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A bit dated, but here’s the list of what my students found:

My hope is now that exams are over for the moment, I can get back on top of reporting these in a more timely fashion.

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I’m finding it fascinating to see what my students dig up that relates to my Solar System class — I’m so used to the articles about earthquakes, volcanoes, and flooding, that I’m enjoying the change of pace.

Off to inform my physical class how they did on Monday’s exam (yes, I’m the crazy person who chose to give both my classes exams this week…).   Wailing & gnashing will soon begin.

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