Homework for 7-1 5/28/19

HOMEWORK
Math: workbook p. 79 and quiz corrections
ELA: Read Hidden Figures Chapter 6, answer questions here (or below) or on looseleaf

Upcoming Assessments
Hidden Figures Chapter 1-6 Quiz Thursday 5/30
Statistics Quiz Friday 5/31

7-1 Science (Mr. Duffy)

25 question study guide w/ separate answer key (Due Wednesday)

5- Multiple Choice

5- True/False

5- Spiral review (Skin, Muscles, Bones)

10- Short answer questions 

Jeopardy is THURSDAY

Test is FRIDAY

Week of 5/6




Monday 5/6 Tuesday 5/7 Wednesday 5/8 Thursday 5/9 Friday 5/10
ELA 7-1 Power Words activity for article Outline for essay (full introduction paragraph and topic sentence for each of 3 supporting paragraphs) first draft

Assessments and Projects:

Monday 5/6 Tuesday 5/7 Wednesday 5/8 Thursday 5/9 Friday 5/10
Math 7-1 Lesson 12-1 C ditto workbook p. 23 (review) ditto
Math 7-2 Basic Probability ditto ditto

Assessments and Projects:

Monday 5/6 Tuesday 5/7 Wednesday 5/8 Thursday 5/9 Friday 5/10
Math 8-1 Parallel Lines Cut by A Transversal D ditto workbook p. 80
Math 8-2 finish p. 367/#5-8 in textbook and p. 82 in workbook no hw

Assessments and Projects:
3/28 – Quiz on Systems (Graphing & Substitution) (8-2)


7-1 Science (Mr. Duffy)

Describe in full detail the process and path your food takes once you begin eating your lunch.

How can you tell that your body has taken all of its nutrients from your food. (HINT: Think final stage of digestion)

DUE FRIDAY

7-1 Science (Mr. Duffy)

  1. Packet on Digestion 
  2. Signed quiz returned

ALL WORK IS DUE FRIDAY

Easter Break Math Work 7th & 8th Grade

In addition to at least ONE HOUR of MATHLETICS practice, you must also complete your packet or project below:

7-1 and 7-2 Easter Math Packets: download here

8-1 System of Equations Project: download here [Remember to only choose one of the four options, however, a word problem is required]

8-2 Easter Math Packet: download here

ALL MATH WORK IS DUE ON TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2019.

Homework for 7-1

Intro Paragraph: How government systems were before the Enlightenment and how they sought to change it. (Absolute Monarchies)

1st body: Contrast the views of Hobbes and Locke using textual evidence. How were their views on government and subjects different?

2nd body: How did Rousseau, Montesquieu and Voltaire view government?

3rd body: Could the Declaration of Independence and American Revolution have occurred without the views and beliefs of these thinkers?