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Pod 1's Homework Board
(scroll down to find all the information you needSmile).
 

Click on the link below to access the Red Pyramid website:

http://www.rickriordan.com/my-books/kane-chronicles/house-of-life/egyptian-games.aspx

   
Fiction and Non fiction book report forms are now available to print from the downloads section.
 
   
Links to our individual webpages

Room 108, Ms. Snow

Room 110, Mr. Domyan

Room 104, Miss Scharl  

Room 106, Mr. Miller

Room 633, Mrs. Urban

Room 119, Mrs. Toth

Language Arts Homework  

Mr. Domyan  

 

 

updated on: 6/12/14

 

Language Arts - 

Reading -   You should have a book for June.  All library books and fines are due to the LMC tomorrow, 6/13/14.

Spelling - None, unless you want to correct the mistakes on Test #9 and turn it in tomorrow.

Writing -  Persuasive Writing - work on your favorite/best subject project.    We will be presenting them on Friday.

 

Miss Scharl  

updated on: 6/5


Week of 6/2-6/6

Monday- Red Pyramid final project is due tomorrow. Must hand in post-it notes from research, bibliography, rough draft, final draft, rubric and visual.

Tuesday- Finish project

Wednesday

Thursday- No homework. LMC books are due back by 6/13.

Friday

Week of 5/27-5/30

Tuesday- Red Pyramid chapters 38 and 39- read, answers questions in the packet and complete your job. Spelling- matching worksheet, test for list 9 will be on Thursday. May book report due 5/30. 

Wednesday- Red Pyramid chapter 40- read and complete the work in the packet. Spelling- list 9 puzzles. May book report due 5/30.

Thursday- Red Pyramid chapter 41- read and complete the work in the packet.  Book report is due tomorrow.

Friday

Ms. Snow

     

 

   

Always have a book to read:) 

Week of June 9-June 13

Monday -Keep reading:) Cause and Effect project - rewrite you causes and effects to make sure they are not a story

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

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Week of 6/2-6/6

Monday

Tuesday - Presentations in Language Arts; Read a June book

Wednesday - Read June book

Thursday - June Book

Friday

 

                   updated on:    Math Homework 

Period 6

 

Weekof June 9-June 13

Monday - None

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

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Week of 6/2-6/6

Monday

Tuesday - finish 4 problems from class on Review for Mastery worksheet; complete 1st 4 problems on the worksheet in notes 8.5 Practice

Wednesday - 8.5 backside of practice worksheet #'s 5-8

Thursday - page 370 1-6; 8-13; 18-20

Friday 

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Week of 5/26-5/30

Monday - Memorial Day

Tuesday - page 344 #'s 14-26 even

Wednesday -page 352 #'s 4, 6, 7, 9 and 14-20 all

Thursday - page 358 #'s 1,2, and 8-12 all - area of Triangles

Friday -  page 358 #'s 5,6, and 13-16

Period 7 

See 6th period

Period 8 

See 6th period

ALL Math Classes

To login to the online book:

 Username: snowv1

 Password: snowv1

 

Social Studies Homework  updated on: 6/12/14

Period 6

 

 

 

You received three things today about Rome; a Vocabulary Development matching sheet, an Essential Questions test with 10 items on it, and an "Achievements" sheet with a Crossword Puzzle on the back.  Answer them as best you can; I will collect them either tomorrow or on Monday morning at the latest.  Don't forget that you still have access to the online book if you need help and you can come in and see me tomorrow during 4th period as well.

 

 

 

Here is the link for the British Museum:     http://www.ancientegypt.co.uk/menu.html

Try clicking on the link.  If it doesn't work try cutting and pasting it into your browser.

Write your "Hyksos Haiku" in hieroglyphics as practice for when we do the good copies.

  We went over the hieroglyphics worksheets today.  

  

"Hyksos Haiku" - You may write from one of these three points of view:

        -as a Hyksos warrior

       - as an Egyptian about to be taken over

       - as an Egyptian who eventually defeats the Hyksos

Remember that a haiku is three lines with a total of 17 syllables:

          1st line          5 syllables

          2nd line          7 syllables

          3rd line           5 syllables

 

Websites to check out:

The University of Pennsylvania Museum – this is the museum we will be visiting in the Spring for our field trip!

          - http://www.penn.museum/  (search under Babylonia or Assyria or Egypt)

 

 

-Here are the links for the online book and Quizlet:

www.pearsonsuccessnet.com

www.Quizlet.com 

 

Here's the link for the hieroglyphic typewriter (this is for when we are working in the Egypt unit):

http://www.eyelid.co.uk/hieroglyphic-typewriter.html

Try typing your name and then print it out or copy it!

Period 7

Same as Period 6 

 

Period 8

Same as Period 6

 

Science Homework  updated on: 6/5

 

Homework periods 6, 7, 8   

 

Week of 6/2-6/6

Monday- Hypothesis worksheet in experimental design packet.

Tuesday- Writing good hypotheses worksheet. quiz on Friday.

Wednesday

Thursday- Sponge Bob problems. Quiz on hypotheses, variables, and constants is tomorrow.

Friday

Week of 5/27-5/30

Tuesday- Chaperone cards if not already finished.  Complete the outline for experimental design using p. R28-R35 in textbook. Hand in Hershey packets if you still haven't turned them in.

Wednesday- 7th period only...finish the questions from today's activity on the worksheet.

Thursday- No homework- quiz on the experimental design steps will be on Monday.

Friday

 

 

Information from class

 

 

Science power points are located on Miss Scharl's science website under downloads. 

 

 

 

Anything Else?  updated on:  8/26/13

Fundraiser/Chaperone information for the May field trips will be sent home soon.  If you are interested in chaperoning please fill in the chaperone sheet ASAP and send it in (you must have clearances in order to chaperone; chaperones must also pay for their trip - this money is not due until you are notified that you are a chaperone). We will let you know of the cost as soon as we have priced everything out.  However, this cost can be offset by the Joe's Pizza fundraiser (pizza kit coupons cost $10 each, $ from each one is applied toward the cost of the field trip - see the flyer we sent home for complete info).  If you have any questions please get in touch with your child's homeroom teacher.

 

 

 

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