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    May 19 - 23

    Luchik

    Day Social Studies Language Arts
    Monday READING: Read "Emancipation Means Freedom" from A History of US.
    EBA: Do you think the Emancipation Proclamation was really an important document?

    Homework: Civil War Booklet DUE FRIDAY, MAY 30th.
    •MUG Shot Sentence
    •Silent reading
    •Making Inferences (WS packet)
    Homework: Read for 15-20 nightly from student-selected reading novel. Students may complete an extra book project from the 7-3 choices list by this Friday, May 23, 2014.
    Tuesday BELLWORK: Write down 3 interesting things about a woman's role during the war after watching a video clip from the Civil War by Ken Burns
    CIVIL WAR BOOKLET: Students will continue to work on their Civil War Booklet. By now students have all the information they need to complete pages 1-15.

    Homework: Civil War Booklet DUE FRIDAY, MAY 30th.
    •MUG Shot Sentence
    •Silent reading
    •The Lottery Rose literature circles- Ch. 8-9
    Homework: Read for 15-20 nightly from student-selected reading novel. Students may complete an extra book project from the 7-3 choices list by this Friday, May 23, 2014.
    Wednesday BELLWORK: Write down 3 interesting things about Grant and 3 interesting things about Lee after watching video clips from the Civil War by Ken Burns
    READING: Merrimac vs. Monitor: Battle of the Ironclads worksheet
    CIVIL WAR BOOKLET: Students will continue to work on their Civil War Booklet. By now students have all the information they need to complete pages 1 - 21.

    Homework: Civil War Booklet DUE FRIDAY, MAY 30th.
    •MUG Shot Sentence
    •Silent reading
    •The Lottery Rose literature circles- Ch. 9-10
    Homework: Read for 15-20 nightly from student-selected reading novel. Students may complete an extra book project from the 7-3 choices list by this Friday, May 23, 2014.
    Thursday BELLWORK: Write down 3 interesting things about ironclads after watching a video clip from the Civil War by Ken Burns
    REVIEW: We will review the homework from yesterday on the Merrimac vs. Monitor.
    READING: Gettysburg worksheets and Vicksburg worksheet
    CIVIL WAR BOOKLET: Students will continue to work on their Civil War Booklet. By now students have all the information they need to complete pages 1 - 21.

    Homework: Civil War Booklet DUE FRIDAY, MAY 30th.
    •MUG Shot Sentence
    •Silent reading
    •The Lottery Rose literature circles- Ch. 10-11
    Homework: Read for 15-20 nightly from student-selected reading novel. Students may complete an extra book project from the 7-3 choices list by this Friday, May 23, 2014.
    Friday BELLWORK: Write down 3 interesting things about medical care after watching a video clip from the Civil War by Ken Burns.
    REVIEW: We will review the homework from yesterday on Gettysburg.
    READING: The Gettysburg Address (p. 23-24 gray booklet)-highlight information explaining the importance of the speech. Next, read Document D (p. 30 gray booklet) and complete comprehension questions.
    CIVIL WAR BOOKLET: Students will continue to work on their Civil War Booklet. By now students have all the information they need to complete pages 1 - 21.

    Homework: Civil War Booklet DUE FRIDAY, MAY 30th.
    •MUG Shot Sentence
    •Silent reading
    •The Lottery Rose literature circles- Ch. 11-12
    Homework: Read for 15-20 nightly from student-selected reading novel. Students may complete an extra book project from the 7-3 choices list by this Friday, May 23, 2014.
    Download file "7-3 project list.pdf"Download file "Booklet-CivilWar(Rubric).pdf"Download file "Booklet-CivilWar.pdf"Download file "lit. groupsjobs.pdf"Download file "Ironclads.pdf"Download file "Gettysburg.pdf"Download file "Vicksburg.pdf"Download file "GettysburgAddress.pdf"

    Shoemaker

    Day Science Language Arts
    Monday Warm up statement
    Students receive their light tests back from last week and the correct answers will be covered in class.
    Small groups will form in order to participate in a lab activity.
    Students will be using a drop of water to act as a single convex lens.
    A drop of water on top of wax paper on top of a comic strip will allow students to see the image magnified.
    Cool down questions
    HW = none
    Journal Entry: free choice

    Literature Circles -
    Student groups will check their work schedule, read any assigned chapters of the day, complete their assigned worksheet and share their findings with each other.

    HW = none
    Tuesday Warm up statement
    Light Labs: Day One
    Students will work at one of eight lab stations.
    By following the lab instructions, students will be able to complete the activity and answer any questions associated with that particular lab station.
    Cool down: lab reflection
    Journal Entry: free choice

    Literature Circles -
    Student groups will check their work schedule, read any assigned chapters of the day, complete their assigned worksheet and share their findings with each other.

    HW = none
    Wednesday Warm up statement
    Light Labs: Day Two
    Students will work at one of eight lab stations.
    By following the lab instructions, students will be able to complete the activity and answer any questions associated with that particular lab station.
    Cool down: lab reflection
    Journal Entry: free choice

    Literature Circles -
    Student groups will check their work schedule, read any assigned chapters of the day, complete their assigned worksheet and share their findings with each other.

    HW = Spelling Week 23 due tomorrow
    Thursday Warm up statement
    Light Labs: Day Three
    Students will work at one of eight lab stations.
    By following the lab instructions, students will be able to complete the activity and answer any questions associated with that particular lab station.
    Cool down: lab reflection
    Journal Entry: free choice
    Students will be given the first few minutes of class to review their spelling words.
    The spelling test will be give orally by the teacher and they will be allowed to work on next week's words for five minutes before lit circles begin...

    Literature Circles -
    Student groups will check their work schedule, read any assigned chapters of the day, complete their assigned worksheet and share their findings with each other.

    HW = none
    Friday Warm up statement
    Light Labs: Day Four
    Students will work at one of eight lab stations.
    By following the lab instructions, students will be able to complete the activity and answer any questions associated with that particular lab station.
    Cool down: lab reflection
    Journal Entry: free choice

    Literature Circles -
    Student groups will check their work schedule, read any assigned chapters of the day, complete their assigned worksheet and share their findings with each other.

    HW = none

    Tess

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    Day CMP Math I Math Language Arts
    Monday Approximating Probability
    Essential Question:
    How is probability used to make informed decisions about uncertain events?
    Agenda:
    Warm-up
    Intro
    Lesson
    Check for Understanding:
    SLC Lesson
    Pg 272 (2 – 16 evens) Lit Circles

    Learning Goal: I can use reading strategies to understand and communicate the plot and moral of my novel.

    I can use collaborative techniques to help my team produce our best work!

    Essential Question: What can stories teach us about life and human nature.

    Agenda:
    Warm-up: Story prompt on boar
    Lesson: Group Reading/Project Completion

    Check for Understanding: Edmodo update (Project Due 5/30)
    Tuesday Measures of Variability

    LG: Learn that statistical questions are questions that have more than one answer. Understand that a measure of variability summarizes the spread of data values with a single number. Learn how to find the range, interquartile range, and mean absolute deviation. Understand when each is most appropriate.

    5th period class code: VB86SG
    7th period class code: 2E7AYE

    http://www.brainingcamp.com/content/measures-of-variability/
    Lesson
    Manipulatives
    Questions
    Problems
    Challenge
    Pg 272 (2 – 16 evens) Lit Circles

    Learning Goal: I can use reading strategies to understand and communicate the plot and moral of my novel.

    I can use collaborative techniques to help my team produce our best work!

    Essential Question: What can stories teach us about life and human nature.

    Agenda:
    Warm-up: Story prompt on boar
    Lesson: Group Reading/Project Completion

    Check for Understanding: Edmodo update (Project Due 5/30)
    Wednesday Measures of Variability

    LG: Learn that statistical questions are questions that have more than one answer. Understand that a measure of variability summarizes the spread of data values with a single number. Learn how to find the range, interquartile range, and mean absolute deviation. Understand when each is most appropriate.

    5th period class code: VB86SG
    7th period class code: 2E7AYE

    http://www.brainingcamp.com/content/measures-of-variability/
    Lesson
    Manipulatives
    Questions
    Problems
    Challenge
    Pg 272 (2 – 16 evens) Lit Circles

    Learning Goal: I can use reading strategies to understand and communicate the plot and moral of my novel.

    I can use collaborative techniques to help my team produce our best work!

    Essential Question: What can stories teach us about life and human nature.

    Agenda:
    Warm-up: Story prompt on boar
    Lesson: Group Reading/Project Completion

    Check for Understanding: Edmodo update (Project Due 5/30)
    Thursday Year in Review: Proportions

    LG: Learn that statistical questions are questions that have more than one answer. Understand that a measure of variability summarizes the spread of data values with a single number. Learn how to find the range, interquartile range, and mean absolute deviation. Understand when each is most appropriate.

    5th period class code: VB86SG
    7th period class code: 2E7AYE

    http://www.brainingcamp.com/content/proportions/
    Lesson
    Manipulatives
    Questions
    Problems
    Challenge
    Pg 272 (2 – 16 evens) Lit Circles

    Learning Goal: I can use reading strategies to understand and communicate the plot and moral of my novel.

    I can use collaborative techniques to help my team produce our best work!

    Essential Question: What can stories teach us about life and human nature.

    Agenda:
    Warm-up: Story prompt on boar
    Lesson: Group Reading/Project Completion

    Check for Understanding: Edmodo update (Project Due 5/30)
    Friday Year in Review: Geometry

    LG: Learn that statistical questions are questions that have more than one answer. Understand that a measure of variability summarizes the spread of data values with a single number. Learn how to find the range, interquartile range, and mean absolute deviation. Understand when each is most appropriate.

    5th period class code: VB86SG
    7th period class code: 2E7AYE

    http://www.brainingcamp.com/content/area-of-parallelograms/
    Lesson
    Manipulatives
    Questions
    Problems
    Challenge
    Pg 277 (2 – 18 evens)
    (Extra Credit)
    Lit Circles

    Learning Goal: I can use reading strategies to understand and communicate the plot and moral of my novel.

    I can use collaborative techniques to help my team produce our best work!

    Essential Question: What can stories teach us about life and human nature.

    Agenda:
    Warm-up: Story prompt on boar
    Lesson: Group Reading/Project Completion

    Check for Understanding: Edmodo update (Project Due 5/30)

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