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    March 26 - March 30

    When We Left the Earth: NASA's Early Missions
    Download file "Mercury and Gemini Projects.docx"



    MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
    ELA
    MS. LEWANDOWSKI
    Inference Warm-Up/-Flex Vocabulary Maps-due at the end of class.

    ***Reminder that the book report is due next week, April 5
    Inference Warm-Up/Pre-reading activities for the novel, The Pearl Inference Warm-Up/-Flex Sentences-Vocabulary Quiz is tomorrow-please study/Read Chapter One of the novel, The Pearl Inference Warm-Up/-Flex Vocabulary Quiz/SSR or book report work

    ***Book report is due April 5th
    NO SCHOOL - GOOD FRIDAY
    PRE-ALGEBRA
    MR. HO
    Review Unit 7.1-7.3 Unit 7.4 - Comparing and Ordering Irrational Numbers on a Number Line

    Learning to distinguish irrational numbers and where to order them on a number line

    hw pg 26 #1-42
    Unit 7.5 - Estimating Values of Expression Unit 7.5 - Estimating Values of Expression

    Unit 7 Test on April 5
    NO SCHOOL - GOOD FRIDAY
    ALGEBRA
    MR. HO
    Unit 8.1 - Absolute Value

    Learning the function absolute values and its transformations

    hw: #1-12
    Unit 8.1 - Absolute Value

    Learning to solve equations that involves the use of absolute values

    hw: #13-28
    Unit 8.2 - Step Function

    Learning another part of piecewise functions called step functions
    Unit 8.2 - Step Function

    Unit 8 Test on April 5
    NO SCHOOL - GOOD FRIDAY
    SCIENCE
    MS. SPENCER
    https://sites.google.com/a/usd116.org/mrs-spencer-s-science-class/ NO SCHOOL - GOOD FRIDAY
    SOCIAL STUDIES
    MRS. PECE
    When We Left the Earth: NASA's Early Missions and worksheet: Project Mercury When We Left the Earth: NASA's Early Missions: Project Gemini The Apollo Space Missions
    https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/apollo/missions/index.html

    Using information from the above site and other sites, create one slide that describes and illustrates the mission objective and highlights for the mission you have drawn. You will have one class period to complete this assignment and submit it to me at jpece@usd116.org. Tomorrow we will use printouts of these slides to create and discuss a timeline of the Apollo missions. Have fun, be accurate, and be on time! If you are absent, please choose from the following missions: Apollo 11, Apollo 13, or Apollo 17.
    The Apollo Missions timeline and discussion NO SCHOOL - GOOD FRIDAY

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