Day 63/67 of GED in Five Months, sedimentary rocks, and Public Libraries

By now, we should all know how entropy connects with motion, so what can entropy possible have to do with rocks, since rocks never move in any way, or do they?  Maybe your local branch’s Reference Librarian can help you find out…

Today’s reading :

Sedimentary rocks are formed from pre-existing rocks or pieces of once-living organisms. They form from deposits that accumulate on the Earth’s surface. Sedimentary rocks often have distinctive layering or bedding. Many of the picturesque views of the desert southwest show mesas and arches made of layered sedimentary rock.


 Week 17/18
Day 63 lesson plan
Grammar: Adverbs
Math: Linear relationships from a table of data
Today’s reading comes from where?
Please see the Lesson plan for Day 63’s Exit Tickets

Action Items:  

1.) Did you see any interesting facts about your home area, those who live in the SouthWestern United States?

2.) Please tell us where the information for today’s reading comes from, how you know that the sources are reliable, and who funded them,

3.)  Feel free to answer the exit ticket questions in the comments, or pose any other questions you may have about the lesson, if you wish.

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Nih sakh sh’lekk, sleem wa

(RiP, Mira Furlan, aka Delenn…)


January, 2021 CE = January 12021 HE

(Day 62Day 64)

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16 thoughts on “Day 63/67 of GED in Five Months, sedimentary rocks, and Public Libraries

  1. I love how you always keep high expectations for knowledge and learning. That “by now, we should all know about entropy and motion…” tempered with the ,perhaps your local reference librarian can help you find the answer. It’s important to maintain high expectations and also provide the resources/skill training to meet those expectations!

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    1. Thank you, JYP!
      I wrote that bit on the assumption that readers would be following the lesson plans, and have seen that lesson 62 was on the laws of motion and entropy. But I forgot that many may not see these lessons in order, so I wonder if I should add a disclaimer in the next round of this post?


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