Friday, September 23, 2016

Math:

  • Lesson 2.1.1 How can I represent data? Problem # 2-3 and 2-4 as well as  R&P 2-6 through 2-10 all parts
  • Lesson 2.1.2 How else can I represent data?  R&P 2-15 through 2-19 all parts

Science:

  • Acellus:  Section 19 review
  • Read and annotate Inventors and scientists; Eratosthenes

Language Arts:

  • Spelling page 30 and 31
  • Vocabulary word of the week:  resolute day 2 and three
  • Subject predicate worksheet, pages 9 and 10.  subject-predicate-worksheet-page-9-and-10
  • Complete writing Out of the Dust Webquest  out-of-the-dust-webquest
  • Complete writing Out of the Dust Vocabulary #1, Due 9/30
  • Complete paragraph outline started in class.  Use outline and strong topic sentence with occasion position or power statement to then turn outline in a paragraph.  paragraph-planning-worksheet
  • Book report due September 30

History:

  • None!

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Homework for September 23, 2016

Math:

  • Chapter 1 Closure, pages 47-50.  Check answers on page 51 and 52.  Must know math vocabulary as well.  Study for test Friday

Science:

  • Acellus:  Features on the Sun video and questions
  • Cornell notes in notebook

Language Arts:

  • Spelling page 26 and 27, and study for spelling test Friday
  • Vocabulary word of the week: resolute day 1
  • Subject predicate worksheet, pages 7 and 8.  Page 7 is the rule, students must complete page 8
  • Topic Sentence Practice.  You choose the subject from the list.  Each of the 6 practice topic sentences must be an Occasion/Position statement
  • Book report due September 30

History:

  • Read student edition pages 12-15
  • Complete student workbook pages 7-8 note taking on pages 12-15 in student edition

Friday, September 16, 2016

Math:

  • Lesson 1.2.4 What patterns can I find? 1-85 through 1-94 all parts
  • We will be having out chapter 1 test probably next Friday.

Science:

Language Arts:

  • Spelling page 24-25
  • Capitalization worksheet Common, proper, singular and plural nouns, pages 18-21.  nouns-and-plural-nouns-page-18-21
  • Topic Sentence Practice.  You choose the subject from the list  topic-sentence-practice.  Each of the 3 practice topic sentences must be a new type of topic sentence. practice-topic-sentence
  • Read and annotate “All About Wolves” by John Vucetich and Rolf Peterson.  Read and annotate the text. (Most student have been struggling with this, so I am asking them to all do this again after I did some reteaching today)
  • Book report due September 30

History:

  • Read/finish reading California Connections: Waves of Migration student edition pages 2-5
  • Complete student workbook pages 2-3 What I Know about Paleolithic People

September 14, 2016

Homework for September 16, 2016

Math:

  • Lesson 1.2.2, How do they compare?  1-57 through 1-61 all parts
  • Lesson 1.2.3, What can a rectangular array show? 1-68 through 1-72 all parts

Science:

  • Acellus:  The Sun’s Interior video and questions
  • Cornell notes

Language Arts:

History:

  • Write a paragraph describing which Mastodon theory you think is correct and justify using evidence.  Students should use correct paragraph format with a topic sentence and supporting evidence.

Friday, September 9, 2016

It’s been a great week!  Students are starting to get the hang of routines and procedures in class.  Beginning next week, in addition to aplseeds, I am going to send home a checklist of assignments instead of having student write in planner…so look for it!  Aplseeds will still be useful if something is missing, or if your student is absent.  You will be able to download and print assignments here.

Homework for Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Math

  • Lesson 1.1.5 Homework R&P 1-36 through 1-40 all parts
  • Lesson 1.2.1 Homework R&P 1-46 through 1-50 all parts

 

Science

Language Arts

  • Spelling book pages 20, 21
  • Vocabulary word of the week, Day 5, Day 2 of new word: monopoly  vocabulary-word-of-the-week-monopoly
  • Capitalization pages 529, 531  capitalization-pages-517-529-and-531
  • Snapshot autobiography final draft
  • “A Brief History of Wolves in the US” pages 5-8 close read #2  and annotate the text
  • Book report “Choices” due September 30

Social Studies

  • EEI:    Paleolithic People, read “Petra, an Early Paleolithic Girl, student edition, pages 6-7 and Peter, a Late Paleolithic Boy, student ed. pages 8-9
  • EEI:   After reading about Peter and Petra complete Venn diagram compare and contrast, student workbook pages 7.
  • EEI:  Student workbook, page 8.

September 7, 2016

Homework for Friday, September 9th

Math

  • Lesson 1.1.4 How do I organize information? Homework, 1-28 through 1-32 all parts

Science

  • Acellus Gravity and Motion Watch video and answer all questions that follow.
  • Cornell notes on Gravity and Motion video

Language Arts

History

  • Finish reading and underlining pages 2-5 “Gathering Resources from the Sea” in Paleolithic People student edition.  Underline important information and circle vocabulary you don’t know, and then complete student workbook pages 2-3

Friday, September 2, 2016

Welcome to September!  Our first week is over and it has been a great week!

Math

  • Lesson 1.1.3, problems 1-19 through 1-23 all parts

Science

  • Acellus Earth’s Seasons video and complete problems after watching video
  • Cornell notes on the Acellus video in science notebook  cornellnotestemplatedoc

Language arts

  • Spelling Book pages 18
  • Vocabulary word of the week: archaeology, Day 3
  • Complete Snapshot Autobiography rough draft, we will edit in class tomorrow
  • First read page 6-8 of “A Brief History of Wolves in the US”  Continue to mark text as we practiced in class.  Underline important information and circle words you don’t know.

Social Studies