Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Homework for Apr 28, 2017

 

Math:

  • CPM homework  lesson 7.1.1 How Can I Compare Rates?

Science:

  • Acellus What Causes Tides? questions and Cornell Notes

Language Arts:

  • Spelling page 164-165
  • Vocabulary word of the week: scathing, day 1 and 2  Vocabulary Word of the week scathing
  • Read Frightful’s Mountain, chapters 19  and and complete “Learning from Frightful’s Perspective for chapter”.
  • Using Commas IV, Lesson 5, pages 241-242  Commas IV lesson 75
  • StudySync ConnectED – Perseus Tone and Word meaning on assignments – All parts and make sure you annotate on the “model” pages.

History:

  • Draw an illustrated time line of the different governments and the order in which they existed.  Identify the different dates of each government on the timeline.  Timelines should list each government, explain the form of the government, and include an illustration that reflects that style of government.  Pages 262-267 should help..

Friday, April 21, 2017

Homework for Apr 26, 2017

Come to Open House, Monday, April 24 from 4-6!!!!!!

Math:

  • CPM homework  lesson 6.2.5 What can a variable represent?  Review and Preview questions 6-115-6-119
  • Chapter 6 Closure – check answers
  • study for test on Wednesday

Science:

  • Acellus Waves in the Ocean, questions and Cornell Notes

Language Arts:

  • Spelling page 162-163
  • Vocabulary word of the week: terrain – day 5
  • Read Frightful’s Mountain, chapters 17, 18 and and complete “Learning from Frightful’s Perspective for chapter”.
  • Using Commas III, Lesson 74, page 245-246
  • StudySync ConnectED – Point of View and Close Read on assignments – All parts and make sure when you annotate you are following the prompts.  The short answer response for the question on the Close Read assignment should be at least a long paragraph in length and needs to include evidence from the text and your evidence needs to be elaborated on and explained.

History:

  • Read pages 262-267 and answer questions on page 267, questions 1-4.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Homework for Apr 21, 2017

Math:

  • CPM math Review and Preview lesson 6.2.4  How can I rewrite it?  Review and preview problems 6-106 through 6-110 all parts

Science:

  • Acellus Movement of Ocean Water video, questions, and Cornell Notes
  • Science Fair project DUE FRIDAY 4/21

Language Arts:

  • Spelling page 158-159, Study for test
  • Vocabulary word of the week: terrain – day 4
  • Read Frightful’s Mountain, chapter 16, and complete “Learning from Frightful’s Perspective for chapter”.
  • StudySync ConnectED:  The Lightning Thief First Read, ALL sections – Read and annotate, watch studysync video and complete “Think” questions (there are 8 of them).

History:

  • Read pages 254-259 and answer questions 1-4 on page 259

 

Friday, April 7, 2017

Homework for Apr 19, 2017

Math:

  • CPM math Review and Preview lesson 6.2.2  What is the area?  Review and preview problems 6-86 through 6-90 all parts
  • CPM math Review and Preview lesson 6.2.3  What if I add to the Shape?  6-96 through 6-100  all parts

Science:

  • Acellus Ocean Floors video, questions and Cornell Notes
  • Science Fair project

Language Arts:

  • Spelling page 156-157
  • Vocabulary word of the week: Unanimous – day 2 and 3
  • Read Frightful’s Mountain, chapters 13, 14  and 15, and complete “Learning from Frightful’s Perspective for chapter”.
  • Using Commas III, Lesson 73, page 237-238
  • StudySync Theme (if not completed in class)  and Close Read: Aesop’s Fables all parts,  annotations, questions and writing prompt
  • StudySync URL:  https://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do.

History:

  • Geography of ancient Greece, read and annotate handout 1  geographyofgreecearticle
  • Answer questions on handout 2
  • Use template “Literary Analysis Paragraph Template” to complete Handout 3

 

Wednesday April 5, 2017

Homework for Apr 7, 2017

Math:

  • CPM math Review and Preview lesson 6.2.1.  How do I calculate it?  6-69 through 6-78 all parts

Science:

  • Acellus Oceans are Connected Systems video and questions/Cornell Notes

Language Arts:

History:

  • Ancient Greece Mapwork – using the Word Bank, fill in the blanks on both the map and on the numbered lines.  Map of Greece