7th Grade:

Religion:

3/20 -3/24

 

 

Monday:

Tuesday: Memorize Testimony. Ch 12 Chapter Review Page.

Wednesday:MASS. 

Thursday: Ch 12 Class Discussion/Lecture.  Read Ch 12.

Friday: Ch 12 Review Page from Classmates.  Quiz Tuesday.

Mentor Group:

 Circle Art Project

Literature:

 

 

Monday :  Anne Frank Non-fiction reading on Jewish Persecution. Answer Questions.

Tuesday:  .Questions Due. Essay Topic Assigned Due .  Work on Graphic Organizer- Due Thurs.

Wednesday: Anne Frank  Small Group Reading Part III. (Skip pg 128-136). Reading Due Wednesday 3/5.

Thursday: Graphic Organizer Due. Work on Rough Draft. Introduction, Thesis, Conclusion Due Tomorrow

Friday: Anne Frank Reading - Part III. Skip Pgs 128-136. Work on Rough Draft in class. RD Due Tuesday.

  

Language Arts/Spelling:

 

 

 

Monday:  Spelling Pretest Ch 19. Pg 92 1-20. 

Tuesday:  Essay Graphic Organizer due Thurs. Spelling Activity

Wednesday: Essay Graphic Organizer due Thursday.

Thursday: Introduction/Thesis/Conclusion Due Friday 

Friday: Spelling Test.

Math:

Assignments are due the following day, unless otherwise noted.  O = Odd, E = Even.

Website will be updated over the weekend for the following week.

Math Help Times:

Monday:  12:40-1pm

Tuesday:  7:30-8:15am, 12:40-1pm, 3:30-4pm

Wednesday: 7:30-8:15am, 12:40-1pm, 3:30-4pm

Thursday: 12:40-1pm, 3:30-4pm

Friday: 12:40-1pm, 3:30-4pm

Monday: (March 27, 2017)

Group A:  Interpret Graphs. Pg 200-201 (#1-9).

Pre-Algebra: Chapter Standardized Test Practice. Pg 269 (#1-12).

Algebra 1: Chapter 6 Review. Pg 423-426 (#1-31).

Tuesday (March 28, 2017):

Group A: Ready to Go On? Pg 202 (#1-6).

Pre-Algebra:  Review for Chapter 5 Test. No Homework.

Algebra 1: Chapter Test Practice. Pg 427 (#1-30).

Wednesday (March 29, 2017):

Group A: Slope/Rate of Change. Pg 208-210 (#1-30).

Pre-Algebra:  Chapter 5 Test.

Algebra 1: Chapter Test Practice Cont'd. Pg 427 (#1-30).

Thursday (March 30, 2017):

Group A: Quiz 5A.

Pre-Algebra: Ratios/Rates. Pg 278-280 (#1-56).

Algebra 1: Chapter 6 Test.

Friday (March 31, 2017)

Group A: Direct Variation. Pg 214-215 (#1-29).

Pre-Algebra: Convert Rates w/Measurement. Pg 282 (#1-13).

Algebra 1: Exponents/Exponential Functions Pre-Reqs. Pg 432 (#1-13).

Social Studies:

3/27/2017 - Working on Chapter 9. 

Monday: Read Chapter 9 to "Politics" on page 197, then answer question 1 & 2 on page 223 

Tuesday:Read from"Politics" to "Issues and Controversaries" on page 201

Wednesday: By Thursday, read to page 209, "Energy Concerns" and answer questions 3-7.

Thursday:Question 3-7, complete sentences due

Friday: 

 Science:March 27-31

Monday: Introduction into Ch. 13 Section 1 Chemical Bonding discussion Hw-Terms to know and research about Niels Bohr (write short paragrpah 5-10 sentences )

Tuesday: In class Students are to participate in Review PP and then  to work on worksheet and practice some basic skills surrounding atoms. How many protons, neutrons, or electrons do they have? What are their atomic masses and atomic numbers?

Wednesday: Work on Ch.13 Directed Reading

 Thursday: Newpathlearning.com virtual presentation and interactive videos also Valence electron and lewis dot practice http://www.dentonisd.org/cms/lib/tx21000245/centricity/Domain/1192/Dot_Structure_and_the_Periodic_Table.pdf

Friday:  Interactive Reading Ch.13 Sec 1, PP on types of chemical bonding and practice!

 

 

 

I have subscribed to the following website that is 100% kid friendly and lets them study! The website is- http://NeoK12.com/user/StPiusX and the Password is 756756 - the students have access this way and can look on the Dashboard -I have created certain games and added videos particular to what each grade is learning!

Other great websites are - http://chem4kids.com/ , http://Sciencekids.co.nz  andhttp://kids.nationalgeographic.com

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·         describe important biographical information about Eloise Greenfield and discuss her values.

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