Archive for February, 2015
Math- Jan. 2012 P1 Omit #2,3,9,20,22,25,26,29. P2 do # 31,33,34,37,39
ELA- Ready book p. 275-276, 277-278 (Lessons 13,14)
SS- None. DBQ Mon. Multiple choice Tues.
Spanish- None. Conversations next week. Review 6a,6b
Sci- None. Work of science fair project.
Idiom of the Day: Cat got your tongue?: Is there a reason why you’re not talking?
Math- Int. Alg. p. 676-677 #16,17,23,25,27,32,33-35
SS- Finish the writing from class.
Spanish- Realidades p. 301 Act. 3
Math- Int. Alg. p. 674-675 # 12,16,18,19-23
ELA- Ready book p. 279-282 (Lessons 15,16)
SS- American nation p. 769 #1b-e, 4,5,6
Spanish- Write a conversation with today’s vocabulary
Sci- Techbook #17.
Idiom of the Day: Cast the Firestone: to be the first to attack, blame or criticize someone; to lead accusers against a wrongdoer.
Math- Int. Alg. p. 672-673 #17, 21, 24, 38, 45, 50, 51, 53
ELA- Annotate Douglass text. Finish SCR. Entries
SS- Type letter.
Spanish- write a recommendation letter to Amanda to solve her problem in Spanish.
Sci- Techbook “The Brain and the Nervous System”. Bring lab p. 219 tomorrow.
Math- Int. Alg. pg. 665 #17,18,28. Pg 666 #55,58. Pg 669 #3,6,19. Redo corrections. Test Wed.
ELA- None. Do entries.
SS- SCR- What was the Dust Bowl and how did it affect Americans living in the West, according to the videos and your notes.
Spanish- None. 10 questions due Wed. Bring rubric if need to. https://pupilpath.skedula.com/assignments/attachment/?FileID=355
Sci- HW #15 Techbook “Basic Needs” (2/24) (https://gtm-media.discoveryeducation.com/videos/DSC/data/ddd19acc-5dd7-4356-9b64-f20ebd0d7b27_SW.pdf)
(Sorry for the late post.)
Math- Green booklet August 2011 P1 Omit #s 3,4,6,7,12,17,22,23,26. P2 do #s 31,33,34,35,38,39. Do on graph paper.
ELA- Small Ready book p. 1-35. Ready book 283-284.
“Everything had a name, and each name gave birth to a new thought. As we returned to the house every object, which i touched seemed to quiver with life.”
How do these sentences reflect the authors changing relationship with language? Use 2 details from the passage to support your answer
SS- Review sheet for the Great Depression <https://www.edmodo.com/file?id=6707811dd3170b74c92a1d3db867eb3a>
Spanish- Finish poem. Create 10 questions to interview a classmate (Things in their room that represents their personality to vice versa)
Sci- None. Do your science fair project.
Math- Integrated Algebra p. 665 # 24,26,27,28,36 (clear denominators.) P. 661 #45,46,47,71. Do checks for equations.
SS- American Nation p. 763 #4-6
Spanish- Bring new draft of the poem.
Math- Integrated Algebra p. 655 #24,25,26,27. P. 661 #30,32,35,40,42,44
ELA- None. Bring Ready book.
SS- American Nation p. 757 #1c-f,4-6
Spanish- Finish the poem. DO NOT DECORATE THE POEM. [ During yearbook, Joshua came in and told us his story of meeting Ms. Leon around the library. He proceeded to inform us about the HW. If you were suppose to decorate, then blame Joshua. In conclusion, it is not my fault if you were suppose to decorate.]
Sci- Study workbook a p. 474. Lab p. 39
Idiom of the Day: Cast pearls before swine- to waste something good or valuable on someone who won’t appreciate or understand it.