Mr. Lance Brown

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Mr. Lance Brown

Welcome!

I am the 6th grade Science and Social Studies Teacher at Warsaw Elementary. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with a B.S. in Biology, after transferring from Campbell University upon studying Pharmacy. Life has been a very adventurous road ever since! I began my teaching career very soon after college, and was beyond thrilled to invest in the students of Duplin County. I am proud to be a part of the Tiger Cub family, and I am excited for your student's success!

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me at the information listed below. I look forward to working with our students to acheive the greatest standard of personal success. 

  • This Week in Science and Social Studies Class...

    Posted by Lance Brown on 5/24/2019 3:05:00 PM

    Students were able to plant garden's in accordance with our unit on Plants. We explained how plants respond to external stimuli such as gravity, sunlight, temperature, and day length through dormancy and tropism, and how it affects their growth along with the internal processes they carry! Hopefully we will see our Rye Seeds grow and students can continue to see, in real life, what we learn pencil and paper. Students at Warsaw Elementary make SCIENCE come ALIVE!! GREAT JOB participating students!

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    We are excited about the end of the School Year. Excited for you, students!!!

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  • This Week in Science and Social Studies Class...

    Posted by Lance Brown on 5/17/2019 11:00:00 AM

    We took a look at Energy Transfer and how heat goes from one object to the next, by conduction, convection and radiation. Students were able to watch a short film about the topic, and we will have the opportunity to see what that looks like in real life as we eat pancakes caused by the conduction heat waves on a griddle! Students as well took their Mock EOG's in preparation for the final, and wClass Photo! e are looking forward to EOG testing next week!!!

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  • This Week in Science and Social Studies Class...

    Posted by Lance Brown on 5/10/2019 4:00:00 PM

    We recapped the year along with some review from previous content, as we prepared for the Science Mock EOG. 

    Students were able to complete study guides in preparation for the mock and the final.

    AIG students were also able to present powerpoints in Social Studies on material they researched from Ancient Greece - the Antikythera Mechanism and why it was important to Ancient Greece (it being an artifact that gives us clues about what they valued as a culture and society, covering standards 6.H.2.3 in explaining how innovations transformed societies over time). The Antiykthera Mechanism, presented by two students Genesis Faison and Monika Tyler, was a way in which the Ancient Greeks told time and predicted the eclipses, understanding the astronomical world and making them the world's leaders in Mathematics, Science, Philisophy, Astronomy, and more, at the time.

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    We are looking forward to the rest of the school year, and the upcoming summer break!!

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  • This Week in Science Class...

    Posted by Lance Brown on 4/9/2019 4:00:00 PM

    We took a look at a marine biome as we learned about Ecosystems. Students were able to search through the components of a marine biome (the largest ecosystem in the world, containing coral reefs, oceans, and estuaries).

     

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    Science Stations!

    Students were able to find sharks teeth, determine what beach grass is and why it is important to ecosystems, and find biotic and abiotic factors relevant to a beach biome.

    We are having fun this year in class!!!

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