Homework for 6/6/19

7-1
MATH- Angle Relationships Maze (show work on page or attached looseleaf/notebook)
ELA- Google Forms for chapters 13 & 14 here , below, or write your answers on looseleaf

7-2
MATH- Complementary & Supplementary Angles ditto

8-1
MATH- corrections and any missing work due tomorrow

8-2
MATH- corrections and any missing work due tomorrow

 

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FINALS:

8th Grade Math– WEDNESDAY 6/5

7th Grade ELA — TUESDAY 6/11

7th Grade Math– WEDNESDAY 6/12 

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Homework for 6/5/19

7-1
MATH- Problem Set questions from packet (Lesson 3)
ELA- Google Forms for chapters 11 & 12 here , below, or write your answers on looseleaf

7-2
MATH- Complementary Angles side of worksheet. Write equation and solve for missing angle.

8-1
MATH- complete Final review packet (it will be collected tomorrow)

8-2
MATH- complete Final review packet (it will be collected tomorrow)

 

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FINALS:

8th Grade Math– WEDNESDAY 6/5

7th Grade ELA — TUESDAY 6/11

7th Grade Math– WEDNESDAY 6/12 

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Science Homework 6.5

Final Project – Information and Pictures -Due Thursday, June 6th

Homework for 6/4/19

7-1
MATH- Problem Set questions from packet
ELA- Google Forms for chapters 9 & 10 here or below or write your answers on looseleaf

7-2
MATH- workbook p. 77

8-1
MATH- complete Final review packet

8-2
MATH- complete Final review packet

 

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FINALS:

8th Grade Math– WEDNESDAY 6/5

7th Grade ELA — TUESDAY 6/11

7th Grade Math– WEDNESDAY 6/12 

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Homework for 6/3/19

7-1
MATH- Practice page from packet
ELA- Google Forms for chapters 7 & 8 here or below or on looseleaf

7-2
MATH- quiz today, no written hw– go on Mathletics

8-1
MATH- work on Final review packet

8-2
MATH- first two practice pages in Final review packet

 

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FINALS:

8th Grade Math– WEDNESDAY 6/5

7th Grade ELA —

7th Grade Math– WEDNESDAY 6/12 

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8-1 & 8-2 (Mr. Duffy)

Continue researching your projects. (Tuesday and Wednesday during class-rest on your own)

Presentations are Thursday and Friday.

ELA 8th Grade Final June 4th

Topics for the final will include things we have gone over all year. 

  • Romeo & Juliet
  • Story Arc
  • Persuasive Writing/Informational Writing
  • Genres/Subgenres
  • Thesis Statements
  • Reading Comprehension: Interpreting text, determining theme.  

Please be sure to study all the notes previously taken and use the following jeopardy links to study.

https://jeopardylabs.com/play/romeo-and-juliet-jeopardy-255

https://jeopardylabs.com/play/main-idea-and-supporting-details3

https://jeopardylabs.com/play/thesis-statements-2

https://jeopardylabs.com/play/persuasive-writing-jeopardy2

https://jeopardylabs.com/play/short-story-jeopardy108

Homework for 7-1, 7-2, 8-1 (5/29)

7-1
MATH- workbook p. 73 & 74
ELA- prepare for quiz on chapters 1-6

7-2
MATH- finish Statistics packet

8-1
MATH- Are You Ready? Pythagorean Theorem ditto (double-sided)

ELA 8th Grade Final Project Due June 7

All Students must complete the following final project for ELA. We have been talking about growth mindset for a while. Students must create a powerpoint presentation on their future career path.  Examples (Doctor, Lawyer, Scientist, Teacher, etc) Powerpoints are expected to be well researched with a minimum 7 statistics regarding their career path. Minimum of 12 slides.

The following questions/statements should be addressed:

  1. Why 
did 
you
 choose 
this
 job?
  2. Describe a typical day
  3. Are
 there 
many 
openings
 for 
your 
type
 of
 job
 now?
  4. Will
 there 
be
 many jobs in
 the 
future
 for this career path?
  5. What type of education do you need in order to pursue this career?
  6. Can
 you
 live 
and
 work
 anywhere 
in
 the
 U.S.
 or
 can
 your
 job 
be
 done 
only
 in
 certain
 places?
  7. What
 classes 
or
 courses 
should you take
 to 
prepare
 for 
this
 career?
  8. 
How
 many 
days 
do 
you
 work
 each
 week?
  9. 
How
 much
 money
 could people 
in 
your
 type 
of
 work 
generally
 make?
  10. What are some steps you could make now in order to be prepared for the future?

ELA Homework 5/20 due 5/21

Complete the worksheet “Looking at both sides of the Argument”. Write pros and cons for each proposal.