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Science We are coming to the conclusion of the Ecology unit. Please see the calendar below for upcoming due dates.
It’s science fair time again:
The science fair project consists of six phases:
|Phase 1: Science fair contracts due Science research project title and brief description due (including independent variable, dependent variable, constants, control.||Friday, October 4|
|Phase 2: Research questions- Students are to develop and research 10-20 questions about their selected topics. Students must have a minimum of 5 APA||Friday, October 11|
|Phase 3: Design Diagram uploaded to Canvas||Monday, October 14|
|Phase 4: Introduction & Bibliography (APA)||Wednesday, October 30|
|Phase 5: Procedure & Data table layout due with 5 resources||Monday, November 4|
|Phase 6: Proposals Due||November 22|
|SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIR||JANUARY 23|
Civics Economics and US History (Maureen.email@example.com)
Our Distance learning will be online on Canvas. Each Sunday, I will post your activities for the week on the announcements page. As always, feel free to email me or message me on Canvas for any questions. Be kind to your families, help around the house, and read read read!
English – Week of March 9, 2020
Students should read for 30 minutes every night for their homework. This is the main homework I will assign, so the expectation is that students are doing it. I am happy to make recommendations.
Students are beginning their next unit: Growing as Readers. Students have selected engaging and challenging books. Next, students will begin interrogating their reading process. Students will spend this week reading their books, tracking their confusion, and working through plot basics.
Week of April 20
For the week of 4/20-4/24, Pre-Algebra 7/8 students will review Solving Two-Step and Multi-Step Equations. Please see our Canvas page for a refresher and links to videos, lessons, practice materials, formative assessments and student self-reflection. All students should do their best to complete all assignments, especially the Number Sense Routine (through Discussion Board); and the Friday Reflection (also through Discussion Board). Check Canvas for your teacher’s virtual office hours!
Math 7 will review Proportional Reasoning this week. Please see our Canvas page for a refresher on setting up and solving proportions that includes videos, IXL practice, and a Dreambox assignment. All students should complete the Number Sense Routine (through Discussion Board); two check-in assignments (through Quizzes); and the Friday Reflection (through Discussion Board). Check Canvas for your teacher’s virtual office hours!
English Language Development (ELD): Remote Learning
From June 8th-June 11th, students in ELD Reading (level 3-4), will be able to solidify their learning of the previous unit by finishing quizzes and assignments in Canvas, in addition, to continue to practice in vocabulary.com and quizlet.com for a final increase in their letter grade for the school year of 2019-2020. Students can still submit previous and remediation/enrichment work for grade improvement.
Finally, students and parents can virtually connect with Ms.Chawla during her office hours for this last time on Wednesday, June 10th from 2:00-3:00 pm in Conferences via Canvas.
From June 8th -June 11th, ELD English (level 3-4) students will be able to solidify their learning of the previous units by finishing missing assignments in noredink, razplus, flocabualry.com, in addition to the remediation and enrichment assignments on Canvas for a final increase in their letter grade for the school year of 2019-2020.
Finally, students and parents can virtually connect with Ms.Chawla during her office hours on Wednesday, June 10th from 2:00-3:00 pm in Conferences via Canvas.
Britney Patterson – firstname.lastname@example.org Physical Education