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School Assignments April 13-May

Posted On: Sunday, April 12, 2020

Please click on links to view work by grade level. All assignments will be posted daily on Bloomz as a reminder, but the teachers will have everything posted on their own on their end, too.

 

6th grade:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/16AbNfIb5ba7YTyv86gq-R7mdVYmJKH4V/view?usp=sharing

7th grade:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QWVa4LrF-y2u1FaJRcolsNYQGQTzdhWE/view?usp=sharing

8th grade:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1V-2iLFW2_GxFcXqQVuwwebf67KS9PiKU/view?usp=sharing

 

6th grade work:

 

 

ELA:

 

Dear Parents,

            Below you will find a daily schedule of 6th grade ELA assignments for April 15th through May 5th. If you or your child have any questions about the assignments, you may contact us on Bloomz (Shelton Bloomz code: YCCV5M; Boatman Bloomz code:GPBBDX) or email at Courtney.shelton@ecschools.net and josh.boatman@ecschools.net .

 

April 15th: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

-Commonlit assignment: Read “The Worst Birthday” from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling and answer questions

-Complete lessons 9-12 from Grammar Packet (if not already completed).

April 16th: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

            -Commonlit assignment: Read Cinderella by Charles Perrault and answer questions.

            -Complete lessons 13-17 from Grammar Packet (if not already completed).

April 17th: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

            -Answer Paired Questions for “The Worst Birthday” and Cinderella.

            -Catch up on any assignments not completed.

April 20th:  Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

            -Commonlit assignment: Read “The Scholarship Jacket” by Marta Salinas and answer questions.

April 21st: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

-Commonlit assignment: Read “The Stolen Party” by Liliana Heker and answer questions.

April 22nd: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

-Answer Paired Questions for “The Scholarship Jacket” and “The Stolen Party.”

April 23rd: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

-Commonlit assignment: Read “Hello, My Name is____” by Jason Kim and answer questions.

April 24th: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

-Commonlit assignment: Read “Yul Kwon, From Bullying Target to Reality TV Star” and answer questions.

April 27th: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

-Answer Paired Questions for “Hello, My Name is ____” and “Yul Kwon, From Bullying Target to Reality TV Star.”

April 28th: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

-Commonlit assignment: Read “Female WWII Pilots: The Original Fly Girls” by Susan Stamberg and answer questions.

April 29th: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

            -Writing Prompt-Choose ONE of the prompts and write a well-developed response.

April 30th: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

            -Commonlit assignment: Read “Masks” by Shel Silverstein and answer questions.

May 1st: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

-Commonlit assignment: Read “The Rose that Grew from Concrete” by Tupac Shakur and answer questions.

May 4th: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

            -Answer Paired Questions for “Masks” and “The Rose that Grew from Concrete.”

May 5th: Read 20 minutes out of silent reading book.

            -Commonlit assignment: Read “Identity” by Julio Noboa and answer questions.

 

Some additional enrichment opportunities and resources will be provided on our Bloomz pages periodically. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us!

 

-Courtney Shelton & Josh Boatman

6th Grade ELA

 

 

MATH:

 

  

 

SCIENCE:

 

Science (6th grade)

 

April 15-17

 

Wednesday, April 15th

-Complete the Standardized Test Practice on pgs 308-309 in your textbook.  Just write your answers on a sheet of paper and label it. Students without the physical textbook, please refer to the online book (Google “My.MHEducation.com”).

 

Thursday, April 16th

-Complete notecards for Chpt 9 Lesson 1

See your list or check Bloomz for words

Lesson 1’s Main Idea: How does salinity affect ocean currents?

-ADD A FUN OPENER HERE

 

Friday, April 17th

-Complete outline for Chapter 9 Lesson 1 (pgs 312-319)

*Enrichment: Check your outline with a study buddy for accuracy

 

April 20-24

 

Monday, April 20th

-Complete notecards for Chpt 9 Lesson 2

-Check your Chpt 9 Lesson 1 outline with your teacher's (on Bloomz) and make corrections

 

Tuesday, April 21st

-Review Day Friday!

Create a foldable with these biomes: Tundra, Tropical Rainforest, Taiga, and Desert. Describe the conditions and biotic (living) factors that could live there. Include illustrations if you would like.

-Make sure you are caught up with all work from this week

-Email your teachers with any and all questions

 

Wednesday, April 22nd

-Complete outline for Chapter 9 Lesson 2 (pgs 322-327)

*Enrichment: Check your outline with a study buddy for accuracy

 

Thursday, April 23rd 

-Check your Chpt 9 Lesson 2 outline with your teacher's (on Bloomz) and make corrections

-Complete note cards for Chpt 9 Lesson 3

 

Friday, April 24th

-Review Day Friday! Weather

 

 

April 27-May 1

 

Monday, April 27th

-Complete outline for Chapter 9 Lesson 3 (pgs 330-335)

*Enrichment: Check your outline with a study buddy

 

Tuesday, April 28th

-Check your Chpt 9 Lesson 3 outline with your teacher's (on Bloomz) and make corrections

-Make sure all of you Chpt 9 note cards are complete and in order

*Enrichment: have someone quiz you on your vocabulary! Or facetime a friend and quiz each other.

 

Wednesday, April 29th

-Complete note cards for Chpt 9 Lesson 4

-Read Chpt 9 Lesson 4 pgs 338-344 (**There is no outline for this lesson, just read the lesson)

 

Thursday, April 30th

-Complete the Standardized Test Practice on pgs 352-353 in your textbook.  Just write your answers on a sheet of paper and label it.

 

Friday, May 1st   

-

 

Monday, May 4th

-WB pages 268-274 (Read all pages and complete questions in the margins)

**Enrichment: work with a study buddy!! Via phone call, text, or FaceTime

 

Tuesday, May 5th

-WB pages 280-283 (Read all pages and complete questions in the margins)

**Enrichment: work with a study buddy!! Via phone call, text, or FaceTime

 

 

May 4-May 8

 

Day 16

 

Day 17

-WB pages 288-291 (Read all pages and complete questions in the margins)

**Enrichment: work with a study buddy!! Via phone call, text, or FaceTime

 

Day 18

-WB pages 299-303 (Read all pages and complete questions in the margins)

**Enrichment: work with a study buddy!! Via phone call, text, or FaceTime

 

Day 19

-WB pages 309-311 (Read all pages and complete questions in the margins)

**Enrichment: work with a study buddy!! Via phone call, text, or FaceTime

 

Day 20

-Review Day Friday! Energy Transfers.

 

 

May 11-16

 

Day 21:

-WB pages 315-318 (Read all pages and complete questions in the margins)

**Enrichment: work with a study buddy!! Via phone call, text, or FaceTime

 

Day 22:

-WB pages 323-326 (Read all pages and complete questions in the margins)

**Enrichment: work with a study buddy!! Via phone call, text, or FaceTime

 

Day 23:

 

Day 24:

 

Day 25:

Review Day Friday! Ecosystems

 

 

If we continue after this point, we can do Chpt 10 Workbook and vocabulary cards to eliminate the need for copies.

 

SS:

 

The following plans are for Wednesday, April 15 to Friday, May 8:

 

4/15 – Read pgs. 9-11 in your workbook. Answer all the questions on these pages.

4/16 – Read pgs. 12-13 in your workbook. Answer all the questions on these pages.

4/17 – Read pgs. 17-19 in your workbook. Answer all the questions on these pages.

 

 

4/20 – Read pgs. 22-23 in your workbook. Answer all the questions on these pages.

4/21 – Read pg. 34 in your workbook. Answer all the questions on pg. 35.

4/22 – Read pgs. 41-43 in your workbook. Answer all the questions on these pages.

4/23 – Read and complete pgs. 44-45 in your workbook.

4/24 – Read and complete pgs. 46-47 in your workbook.

 

 

4/27 – Read and complete pgs. 69-71 in your workbook.

4/28 – Read pgs. 78-79 in your workbook. Answer all the questions on these pages.

4/29 – Read pgs. 81-82 in your workbook. Answer all the questions on these pages.

4/30 – Read and complete pgs. 86-88 in your workbook.

5/1 – Read and complete pgs. 98-99 in your workbook.

 

 

5/4 – Read pg. 116 in your workbook. Complete all questions on pg. 117.

5/5 – Read and complete pgs. 118-120 in your workbook.

5/6 – Read pg. 124 in your workbook. Complete all questions on pg. 125.

5/7 – Read and complete pgs. 56-58 in your workbook.

5/8 – Read and complete pgs. 64-65 in your workbook.

 

7th grade:

 

7th grade work:


 

ELA:

 

April 15

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read “What makes a Rembrandt a Rembrandt?” pgs. 415-418

• Complete questions 1-5 pg. 419

April 16

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read “Conversational Ballgames” pgs. 431-436

• Complete Critical Thinking Questions pg. 436

April 17

• FINISH IT UP FRIDAY! – Take this day to complete any assignments you have been

struggling to complete in any of your classes. If you are all caught up, use this time to

read in your independent reading book.

April 20

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read “I am a Native of North America” pgs. 444-448

• Complete Critical Thinking Questions pg. 448

• Do Vocabulary pg. 449, 1-6 and 1-2

April 21

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read “Voltar to Fly” pgs. 451-456

• Complete Critical Thinking Questions pg. 456

April 22

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read “No Gumption” pgs. 474- 482

• Complete Critical Thinking Questions pg. 482

April 23

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read “All together Now” pgs. 493-496

• Complete Critical Thinking Questions pg. 496

April 24

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read “The Eternal Frontier” pgs. 499-502

• Complete Critical Thinking Questions pg. 502

• Do Vocabulary pg. 503, 1-6 and 1-2

April 27

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Use a TREE organizer to do the writing assignment on page 505.

• Write a 3-paragraph persuasive letter following the guidelines in the “WRITING” section

on page 505.

April 28

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read “A Cowboy’s Life” pgs. 509-514

• Complete Critical Thinking Questions pg. 514

April 29

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read page 528. Complete multiple-choice questions and “Writing for Assessment” on

that page.

• Read page 529. Complete multiple-choice questions and “Writing for Assessment” on

that page.

April 30

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read “Grandpa and the Statue” pgs. 869-873

• Complete Critical Thinking Questions pg. 873

May 1

• FINISH IT UP FRIDAY! – Take this day to complete any assignments you have been

struggling to complete in any of your classes. If you are all caught up, use this time to

read in your independent reading book.

May 4

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read “My Head is Full of Starshine” pgs. 874-876

• Complete Critical Thinking Questions pg. 876

May 5

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read pg. 890. Complete pg. 891, 1-8

• Read pg. 892. Complete pg. 892, 1-3

May 6

• Complete Note and Notice signpost reading log with your independent reading book.

(20 minutes a day)

• Read pg. 893. Complete pg. 893, 1-5

MATH:

 

 

SS:

 

 

Science:

 

7th Grade Science

Mrs. Williams and Mr. Callahan

Dear Parents and Students,

We want to give you an overview of what your student will be working on during this next part of our extended break from school.  They will continue working through workbook pages on “Human Body Systems”, then work through “Genetics” and “Plant Processes and Reproduction”. 

Workbook Pages:

 

Week 4                                    Week 5

April 20 - pgs. 338 – 343         April 27 – pgs. 278 - 282

April 21 - pgs. 344 – 346         April 28 – pgs. 283 - 285

April 22 - pgs. 347 – 351         April 29 – pgs. 286 - 292

April 23 - pgs. 267 – 272         April 30 – pgs. 293 - 295

April 24 - pgs. 274 – 277         May 1 – pgs. 296 - 297

 

Week 3

April 13 - pgs. 222 - 223

April 14 - pgs. 224 - 230  

April 15 - pgs. 231 - 232

April 16 - pgs. 329 - 333

April 17 - pgs. 335 - 337

They can look in their workbook or use the internet to complete the workbook pages to the best of their ability.  We will review this material in class upon return (hopefully) and take a grade for completion at that point. 

If you have questions, the easiest ways to contact us are via direct message on Bloomz, or our emails (amie.williams@ecschools.net or shane.callahan@ecschools.net).  We will be checking in those places numerous times a day, if you or your student has any questions/concerns. 

Thank you for all your work and your effort during this time.  I hope that I will be able to see you soon!

Sincerely, 

Mrs. Amie Williams & Mr. Shane Callahan

 

8th grade:

8th grade work:

 

ELA:

 

8th grade ELA Plan

April 15th-May 5th

We will be using texts from Commonlit.org

April 15th:  Read, annotate, and answer questions for the text:  “The Blue-Eyed, Brown-Eyed Exercise”

April 16th:  Read, annotate, and answer questions for the text:  “Jabari Unmasked”

April 17th:  Cross-Textual Questions over “The Blue-Eyed, Brown-Eyed Exercise” and “Jabari Unmasked”

April 20th:  Read, annotate, and answer questions for the text:  “A Teen and a Trolley Reveal Society’s Dark Side”

April 21st:  Read, annotate, and answer questions for the text:  “Little Things are Big”

April 22nd:  Cross-Textual Questions over “A Teen and a Trolley Reveal Society’s Dark Side” and “Little Things are Big”

April 23rd:  Start Narrative Prompt.

April 24th:  Finish Narrative Prompt.

April 27th:  Read, annotate, and answer questions for the text:  “Emma Watson’s United Nations:  ‘Heforshe:  Gender Equality is Your Issue, Too’ Speech”

April 28th:  Read, annotate, and answer questions for the text:  “An Obstacle”

April 29th:  Cross-Textual Questions over “Emma Watson’s United Nations” and “An Obstable”

April 30th:  Assignment 10a:  Final Assessment Writing Prompt 1

May 1st:  Finish Assignment 10a:  Final Assessment Writing Prompt 1

May 4th:  Final Assignment 10b:  Alternate Assessment Writing Prompt 2

May 5th:  Finish Final Assignment 10b:  Alternate Assessment Writing Prompt 2

 

MATH:

 

April 13: purple book pg 31-32; 1,3,5,7 / pg 33-34; 1,3,5,7 / pg 35-36; 1,2,3

April 14: purple book pg 37-38; 1,2,3,5,7 / pg 39-40; 1,2,3,4,9 / pg 41-42; 1,3,7

April 15: purple book pg 43-44; 1,4,5 / pg 45-46; 1,2,3,4 / pg 47-48; 1,3

April 16: purple book pg 49-50; 1-5,7,9

April 17: purple book pg 51; 1 / pg 53; 1,2,3

April 20: purple book pg 54-56; 6,7,8 / 1,3,4,9

April 21: purple book pg 57-58; 1-10 / pg 59-64; 1,3,4,6 / 1,2 / 1,2,9,10

April 22: Real Numbers

April 23: Rules of Exponents

April 24: Scientific Notation

April 27: Operations with Scientific Notation

April 28: Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides

April 29: Calculating Slope from Tables

April 30: Calculating Slope from Graphs

May 1: Calculating Slope from Points

May 4: Functional Relationships

May 5: Linear Relationships

May 6: Writing Equations in Slope-Intercept Form

May 7: Graphing Equations in Slope-Intercept Form

May 8: Interpreting Scatter Plots

May 11: Pythagorean Theorem (CALCULATOR ALLOWED)

May 12: Volume Applications (CALCULATOR ALLOWED)

 

 

SS:

 

 

Science:

 

8th Grade Science Homework Part 2

Mr. Fox and Mrs. Williams

Dear Parents and Students,

We want to give you an overview of what your student will be working on during this 2nd edition of the extended break from school.  They will be working through workbook pages on our next unit, “Motion” and starting “Electromagnetism”. 

Workbook Pages:

Week 3

Week 4

April 22nd- Pgs. 111, 113-115

April 23rd- Finish Pgs. 111, 113-115

April 24th- Pgs. 116-121

April 27th- Pgs. 122-124

April 28th- Finish Pgs. 122-124

 

Week 5

April 29th- Pgs. 125-129

April 30th- Pgs. 130-133

May 1st- Finish Pgs. 130-133

May 4th- Pgs. 136-142

May 5th- Pgs. 144-146

 

April 15th- Pgs. 86-90

April 16th- Pgs. 91 & 92

April 17th- Pgs. 93-96

April 20th- Pgs. 97 & 98

April 21st- Pgs. 103-110

 

They can look in their textbook or use the internet to complete the workbook pages to the best of their ability.  We will review this material in class upon return and take a grade for completion at that point. 

If you have questions, the easiest ways to contact us are via direct message on Bloomz, or our emails (matthew.fox@ecschools.net or amie.williams@ecschools.net).  We will be checking in those places numerous times a day, if you or your student has any questions/concerns. 

Thank you for all your work and your effort during this time, I look forward to seeing you back soon!

Sincerely,

 Mr. Matt Fox & Mrs. Amie Williams





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