Class Agenda #39- Science Conclusion



Timer- “Never Tear Us Apart” INIXS  (1985, 3:37)    


Analyze the following quote- “We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful what we pretend to be” -Kurt Vonnegut 

  • Interpret the quote into your own words.

  • Do you agree or disagree with this and why?

Share with your partner

  • Partner shares partner


SLT- I can write an objective summary of life in the extreme environments portrayed in “Harrison Bergeron.”

SLT- I can cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.

SLT- I can identify key elements of a dystopian society and evaluate an author’s purpose for creating one in fiction.

SLT- I can visualize and reread portions of difficult text.

SLT- I can write an effective conclusion paragraph for a science lab.


  • Conclusion Paragraph:

    • Restate your paper’s thesis/claim

    • Summarize your paper’s main points again.

    • Optional- End with a writerly statement


In conclusion, we traveled to three different parks in New York City and our findings clearly proved that Clay Pits Ponds in Staten Island was the healthiest park. Clay Pits Ponds had the most lichen, animal and plant diversity and the most aquatic invertebrates, which are all bioindicators that prove its health. I hope that more parks around New York City can be like Clay Pits Ponds.

Class Work-

  1. Write a conclusion paragraph for your essay in your notebook.
  2. Finish Hamburger Paragraphs
  3. Type Essay – Share with Boccheciamp and James Burke

Make sure Mr. B has checked your homework.


  1. HW Reminder– 
  • Homework starts tonight. 30 Minutes of Reading, 2-3 Sentence Reaction/Summary, 1 Page of Independent Writing 

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