//mr rose on a group chat 9th grade R&E curriculum proposal September & October -- tools and whatever November -- LaTeX December -- Geogebra January -- how computers work, like hardware and stuff Feb-March -- more tools April-May -- pretending to do chemistry research June -- Project Polyhedra If there's time, maybe squeeze "cars" in there somewhere.
// Street holds up a chemistry textbook Street: This is a textbook called general chemistry. Street: Not to be confused with Lieutenant chemistry or Sergeant chemistry.
Street: So let's talk about outliers. The term is thrown around a lot, but I'm not sure you know what it means. Street: Here's an example: OJ Simpson, before he fell from grace, was an outstanding running back. Street: Of course, now he's still an outlier, just a different kind of outlier.
// Street is using google maps Street: Okay, so I’m gonna drop my person here Street: So he can get hit by a car
Street: Hopefully your iguana doesn't die from wood poisoning.
Street: I'm telling you this now so that when you mess up later, I can say that I already told you this on September 9th! Student: It's September 10th. Street: Damn.
//Aiesha and David are discussing amount of work done on Chem R&E presentation Aiesha: You should work on the presentation! David: I did the bibliography! Aiesha: Good job. You copy-and-pasted. David: No, I changed the font!!
//during R&E Block C, discussing kids shows Lena: What was that show called with the yellow talking dog? Christina P.: Oh you mean mickey mouse?
//Lena is sitting in Marc's "seat" during R&E Lena: Izzee you're so scandalous! I can see right through your glasses! Izzee: Shut up Marc you're a boy
Mr. Street: All of you maggots- Student: ...Do you mean magnets?... Mr. Street: No, maggots.