Unit 2 Test Corrections are now available for students who scored less than 80% on the original test and want the opportunity to raise that original test grade up to an 80%.
Due Monday, October 23.
Unit 2 Test Corrections are now available for students who scored less than 80% on the original test and want the opportunity to raise that original test grade up to an 80%.
Due Monday, October 23.
Follow the links below that correspond to your class to complete the extra credit. Only do the extra credit that corresponds to your Texas History class period.
Make sure you type your name on your post. Type your NAME at the top of the post in the TITLE and post your response below.
The expectation is that you make 1 initial post, and then write at least 1 response to a classmate’s post.
If you do not write 2 posts, you will not receive credit.
The password to access is Chargers1
Period 3: http://padlet.com/merzn/w8jk56b8l7x4
Period 7: http://padlet.com/merzn/cclax5h9wdmn
Period 2: http://padlet.com/merzn/oil77mzbmiry
Period 6: http://padlet.com/merzn/8egrfcind4sk
Period 8: http://padlet.com/merzn/z18nu9co00qs
This week in Texas History we will be continuing with European Exploration of Texas.
Monday/
Tuesday/ Wednesday/ Thursday |
Warm-up: Read silently for 15 minutes (Historical Fiction/Nonfiction W/ 1 Notice & Note Signpost) | ||
Literacy Practice (Stations): Analyzing differing texts: Compare/Contrast, Cause/Effect, Chronological, Problem/Solution, Descriptive/Categorical
Author’s Craft: Writing expository texts *Teacher led* Homework: Complete at least one Achieve 3000 article, due 10/22 |
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Exit Ticket: Complex Sentences *Plickers* | |||
Friday | Warm-up: SWABIs and THAMOs, What’s up with that – part 2? | ||
Syntax Skills: Complex sentences with SWABIs and THAMOs in the middle
Homework: Complete at least one Achieve 3000 article, due 10/22 |
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Exit Ticket: Write three complex sentences about your IRB |
Monday/Tuesday: Students will write equations of parallel and perpendicular lines. Homework: Workbook lesson 5.5#1-15 (for #1-12, write the equations in point-slope form).
Wednesday/Thursday: Students will make scatter plots, write equations to model data, and make predictions using best-fitting lines. Homework: Workbook lesson 5.6#1-9 and 5.7#7-22
Friday: Students will work on chapter 5 test review sheet. Homework: Finish test review sheet and study for test.
Tuesday: Students will take a quiz on solving one-step and two-step equations. Students will also learn how to solve equations with variables on both sides. Homework: Variables on both sides worksheet
Thursday: Students will solve inequalities. Homework: FACEing math worksheet.
Friday: Students will work on chapter 11 test review sheet. Homework: Finish review sheet and study for test.
Monday/Tuesday: Students will be introduced to the levels of organization as they relate to organisms. Ask your students what we mean by “RAREHOGG.”
Homework due on Wednesday/Thursday (previously assigned on Friday during class): READ and answer ALL questions on pages #394-#402.
Wednesday/Thursday: We will return and review the Unit 1 test. Students will complete a project related to the assigned homework, then complete a foldable on the Cell Theory. Ask your students what some people used to think mice originated from.
Friday: Students will compare and contrast Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic cells.
Let’s Go ASTROS!!