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DAILY AGENDA 

Monday, December 11, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 5 
Day 1 
Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire. William Butler Yeats
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison
1. Correct Homework from Thursday
2. Discuss/practice using percents
3. decimal activity

(Sumdog)
FWALEADS

In Class Work
Reviewed Quiz results
Early Release schedule
Practice Work/Homework

3.5 Arithmetic Sequences as Linear Functions
I can recognize arithmetic sequences.
I can relate arithmetic sequences to linear functions.
Homework:
Pages 193195
125 ODD; 4147 ODD
Link to graph paper
If you are struggling with this topic please join the Fox West Algebra EdPuzzle clasroom by using the following class code to find support videos.
Class Code: teebfen

Balanced Literacy 
Informative Essay Outline Example
Informative Essay Sample
Mrs. K's Informative Essay
Today's writing expectation was to write the first subtopic of the informative essay. This paragraph is to include at least one of the following: a fact, a quote, an example, or a definition.
This is a direct copy and paste from a reliable source. Once it is copied do the following:
1) put quotation marks around what was copied
2) acknowledge the source
3) turn it into a complete sentence.
Examples can be found on the above links.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Wrote the first subtopic which included a direct quote

Memoir Story Plot Example
Memoir Essay Sample
Mrs. K's Memoir Essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Wrote the rising action of the memoir

Arugumentative Vocuabulary:
Counter Claim: opposition's view
Anecdote: narrative to prove a point
Rhetoric: a question not to be answered, but to encourage thinking
Analogy: a comparison to help make a point
Metaphor: comparison where you make something become another object (ex. He's a beast!)
Simile: comparison using like or as (example: He's tough as nails).
Argumentative Essay Outline
Argumentative Essay Sample
Mrs. K's argumentative essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Wrote the introduction to the argumentative essay

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
NoteTaking Rubric
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Continue research on your Night at Museum topic.



Friday December 8, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 2 
Day 2 
The most worthwhile thing is to try to put happiness into the lives of others. Robert BadenPowell
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison
1. Correct Homework from Thursday
2. Discuss/practice using percents
3. decimal activity

(Sumdog)
FWALEADS

In Class Work
Reviewed Quiz results
Early Release schedule
Practice Work/Homework

3.5 Arithmetic Sequences as Linear Functions
I can recognize arithmetic sequences.
I can relate arithmetic sequences to linear functions.
Homework:
Pages 193195
125 ODD; 4147 ODD
Link to graph paper
If you are struggling with this topic please join the Fox West Algebra EdPuzzle clasroom by using the following class code to find support videos.
Class Code: teebfen

Balanced Literacy 
Informative Essay Outline Example
Informative Essay Sample
Mrs. K's Informative Essay
Today's writing expectation was to write the first subtopic of the informative essay. This paragraph is to include at least one of the following: a fact, a quote, an example, or a definition.
This is a direct copy and paste from a reliable source. Once it is copied do the following:
1) put quotation marks around what was copied
2) acknowledge the source
3) turn it into a complete sentence.
Examples can be found on the above links.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Wrote the first subtopic which included a direct quote

Memoir Story Plot Example
Memoir Essay Sample
Mrs. K's Memoir Essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Wrote the rising action of the memoir

Argumentative Essay Outline
Argumentative Essay Sample
Mrs. K's argumentative essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Wrote the introduction to the argumentative essay

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
NoteTaking Rubric
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Continue research on your Night at Museum topic.



Thursday December 7, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 1 
Day 1 
The most worthwhile thing is to try to put happiness into the lives of others. Robert BadenPowell
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: Understand a rational number as a point on the number line. Extend number line diagrams and coordinate axes familiar from previous grades to represent points on the line and in the plane with negative number coordinates.
1. Identify location of numbers on a number line
2. Convert between improper fractions and mixed number fractions.
3. Complete page 52 #1618 for tomorrow beginning of class

(Sumdog)
FWALEADS

In Class Work
Reviewed Quiz results
Early Release schedule
Practice Work/Homework

3.5 Arithmetic Sequences as Linear Functions
I can recognize arithmetic sequences.
I can relate arithmetic sequences to linear functions.
Homework:
Pages 193195
125 ODD; 4147 ODD
Link to graph paper
If you are struggling with this topic please join the Fox West Algebra EdPuzzle clasroom by using the following class code to find support videos.
Class Code: teebfen

Balanced Literacy 
Informative Essay Outline Example
Informative Essay Sample
Mrs. K's Informative Essay
Today's writing expectation was to write the first subtopic of the informative essay. This paragraph is to include at least one of the following: a fact, a quote, an example, or a definition.
This is a direct copy and paste from a reliable source. Once it is copied do the following:
1) put quotation marks around what was copied
2) acknowledge the source
3) turn it into a complete sentence.
Examples can be found on the above links.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Wrote the first subtopic which included a direct quote

Memoir Story Plot Example
Memoir Essay Sample
Mrs. K's Memoir Essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Wrote the rising action of the memoir

Argumentative Essay Outline
Argumentative Essay Sample
Mrs. K's argumentative essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Wrote the introduction to the argumentative essay

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
NoteTaking Rubric
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Continue research on your Night at Museum topic.



Wednesday December 6, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 6 
Day 2 
Failure will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong enough. Og Mandino
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: Understand a rational number as a point on the number line. Extend number line diagrams and coordinate axes familiar from previous grades to represent points on the line and in the plane with negative number coordinates.
1. Identify location of numbers on a number line
2. Convert between improper fractions and mixed number fractions.

Complete the following lessons on Math HELP: Login FWAMATH
PW: fwa2016
Chapter 1: Whole Numbers ( W)
Unit 4: Properties and Rules
D:Addition Properties (78016)
E:Multiplication Properties (78017)
Chapter 5: Algebraic Thinking ( A)
Unit 1: Variables and Expressions
C:Distributive Property (78074)
Identify the associative, commutative, and distributive properties (Sumdog)
FWALEADS

In Class Work
Reviewed Quiz results
Early Release schedule
Practice Work/Homework

3.5 Arithmetic Sequences as Linear Functions
I can recognize arithmetic sequences.
I can relate arithmetic sequences to linear functions.
Homework:
Pages 193195
125 ODD; 4147 ODD
Link to graph paper
If you are struggling with this topic please join the Fox West Algebra EdPuzzle clasroom by using the following class code to find support videos.
Class Code:
teebfen

Balanced Literacy 
Informative Essay Outline Example
Informative Essay Sample
Mrs. K's Informative Essay
Today's writing expectation was to write the first subtopic of the informative essay. This paragraph is to include at least one of the following: a fact, a quote, an example, or a definition.
This is a direct copy and paste from a reliable source. Once it is copied do the following:
1) put quotation marks around what was copied
2) acknowledge the source
3) turn it into a complete sentence.
Examples can be found on the above links.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Wrote the first subtopic which included a direct quote

Memoir Story Plot Example
Memoir Essay Sample
Mrs. K's Memoir Essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Wrote the rising action of the memoir

Argumentative Essay Outline
Argumentative Essay Sample
Mrs. K's argumentative essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Wrote the introduction to the argumentative essay

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
NoteTaking Rubric
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Continue research on your Night at Museum topic.



Tuesday December 5, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 5 
Day 1 
In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities, in the expert's mind there are few.
Shunryu Suzuki
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Complete this online form; continue/review 100m ratio activity
2. Use rate tables to calculate steps taken and time
COMPACT  Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Review/discuss adding positive and negative numbers
2. Practice representing addition and subtraction of positive and negative numbers on a number line.
3. Assessment of learning positive/negative addition subtraction

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1.Review and practice Order of oparations (introduce "Doritos Method" and define "algorithm"
2. Study guide for unit test; check your answers
3. Stock Market Game
FWALEADS

In Class Work
Log into brainingcamp resource
Quiz on Investigation 3
Practice Work/Homework
Brainining Camp Lesson on Phythagorean
Due Wednesday

3.4 Direct Variation
I can write and graph direct variation equations.
I can solve problems involving direct variation.
Homework:
Page 185
1129 ODD
Link to graph paper
If missed class please use the following www.mathhelp.com lesson: Direct Variation (80061)

Balanced Literacy 
Informative Essay Outline Example
Informative Essay Sample
Mrs. K's Informative Essay
Today's writing expectation was to write the first subtopic of the informative essay. This paragraph is to include at least one of the following: a fact, a quote, an example, or a definition.
This is a direct copy and paste from a reliable source. Once it is copied do the following:
1) put quotation marks around what was copied
2) acknowledge the source
3) turn it into a complete sentence.
Examples can be found on the above links.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Wrote the first subtopic which included a direct quote

Memoir Story Plot Example
Memoir Essay Sample
Mrs. K's Memoir Essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Wrote the rising action of the memoir

Argumentative Essay Outline
Argumentative Essay Sample
Mrs. K's argumentative essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Wrote the introduction to the argumentative essay

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
NoteTaking Rubric
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Continue research on your Night at Museum topic.



Monday December 4, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 6 
Day 2 
In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities, in the expert's mind there are few.
Shunryu Suzuki
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Complete this online form; continue/review 100m ratio activity
2. Use rate tables to calculate steps taken and time
COMPACT  Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Review/discuss adding positive and negative numbers
2. Practice representing addition and subtraction of positive and negative numbers on a number line.
3. Assessment of learning positive/negative addition subtraction

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1.Review and practice Order of oparations (introduce "Doritos Method" and define "algorithm"
2. Study guide for unit test; check your answers
3. Stock Market Game
FWALEADS

Investigation 3.4
In class work(homework if not finished in class)
Homework: Begin reviewing for the upcoming Unit Test by watching the following videos.

Complete Quiz on 3.13.3
Log into your Google Account and Use the following ANSWER KEY to grade yourself as you go.
Homework:
Use mathhelp to shore up your understanding on any areas you tested below mastery on.

Balanced Literacy 
Informative Essay Outline Example
Informative Essay Sample
Mrs. K's Informative Essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Began writing informative Essay

Memoir Story Plot Example
Memoir Essay Sample
Mrs. K's Memoir Essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Began writing narrative

Argumentative Essay Outline
Argumentative Essay Sample
Mrs. K's argumentative essay
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Began writing argumentative essay

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
NoteTaking Rubric
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Continue research on your Night at Museum topic.



Wednesday November 29, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 3 
Day 1 
In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities, in the expert's mind there are few.
Shunryu Suzuki
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Complete this online form; continue/review 100m ratio activity
2. Use rate tables to calculate steps taken and time
COMPACT  Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Review/discuss adding positive and negative numbers
2. Practice representing addition and subtraction of positive and negative numbers on a number line.
3. Assessment of learning positive/negative addition subtraction

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1.Review and practice Order of oparations (introduce "Doritos Method" and define "algorithm"
2. Study guide for unit test
3. Stock Market Game
FWALEADS

Investigation 3.4
In class work(homework if not finished in class)
Homework: Begin reviewing for the upcoming Unit Test by watching the following videos.

Reviewed for Monday's Quiz on 3.13.3
Homework:
Study for Monday's Quiz by logging into Mr. Hall's Algebra Ed Puzzle class and watching and completing the quiz review. This is NOT optional.
Edpuzzle code to access class: ogicoas
or you can use the following link FWA Algebra

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Task Sheet
Tomorrow Balanced Literacy Notebooks will be graded:
8 journals
6 vocabulary
2 notes (verbs/adverbs)
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Working on Writing Goals

Weekly Task Sheet
Tomorrow Balanced Literacy Notebooks will be graded:
8 journals
6 vocabulary
2 notes (verbs/adverbs)
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Working on writing goals

Weekly Task Sheet
omorrow Balanced Literacy Notebooks will be graded:
8 journals
6 vocabulary
2 notes (verbs/adverbs)
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: working on writing goals

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Want to tryout for a role in Fox West's Hamilton Click Here
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
NoteTaking Rubric
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Continue research on your Night at Museum topic.





Tuesday November 28, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 2 
Day 2 
No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent. John Donne
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Online Ratio Activity  choose 1 and work alone or with a partner: http://www.scholastic.com/unexpectedmath/ratiochallenge/
2. Show equal ratios and explain
COMPACT  Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Review/discuss adding positive and negative numbers
2. Practice calculating score totals using red and black chips (or Yellow and Red)

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1.Review add/subtract integers
2. Stock Market Game
FWALEADS

Square Roots and Placing Square Roots on a Number Line
Review Notes if Needed
Complete Worksheet

Quiz on 5.1  5.3
Selfassessed our work using a detailed answer key.
Homework:
Revisit concepts I wasn't mastery at as indicated on my self assessment.

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Task Sheet
Tomorrow Balanced Literacy Notebooks will be graded:
8 journals
6 vocabulary
2 notes (verbs/adverbs)
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Working on Writing Goals

Weekly Task Sheet
Tomorrow Balanced Literacy Notebooks will be graded:
8 journals
6 vocabulary
2 notes (verbs/adverbs)
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Working on writing goals

Weekly Task Sheet
omorrow Balanced Literacy Notebooks will be graded:
8 journals
6 vocabulary
2 notes (verbs/adverbs)
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: working on writing goals

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Nothing today. Time spent on explaining project and working on our choice topics.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
NoteTaking Rubric
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Work on the items listed above for Independent Work Time To Dos:



Monday November 27, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 5 
Day 2 
In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on. Robert Frost
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Online Ratio Activity  choose 1 and work alone or with a partner: http://www.scholastic.com/unexpectedmath/ratiochallenge/
2. Show equal ratios and explain
COMPACT  Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Review/discuss adding positive and negative numbers
2. Practice calculating score totals using red and black chips (or Yellow and Red)

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1.Review add/subtract integers
2. Stock Market Game
FWALEADS

Square Roots and Placing Square Roots on a Number Line
Review Notes if Needed
Complete Worksheet

Quiz on 5.1  5.3
Selfassessed our work using a detailed answer key.
Homework:
Revisit concepts I wasn't mastery at as indicated on my self assessment.

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Task Sheet
Tomorrow Balanced Literacy Notebooks will be graded:
8 journals
6 vocabulary
2 notes (verbs/adverbs)
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Working on Writing Goals

Weekly Task Sheet
Tomorrow Balanced Literacy Notebooks will be graded:
8 journals
6 vocabulary
2 notes (verbs/adverbs)
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Working on writing goals

Weekly Task Sheet
omorrow Balanced Literacy Notebooks will be graded:
8 journals
6 vocabulary
2 notes (verbs/adverbs)
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: working on writing goals

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Nothing today. Time spent on explaining project and working on our choice topics.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
NoteTaking Rubric
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Work on the items listed above for Independent Work Time To Dos:



Tuesday November 21, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 3 
Day 1 
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. Eleanor Roosevelt
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Online Ratio Activity  choose 1 and work alone or with a partner: http://www.scholastic.com/unexpectedmath/ratiochallenge/
2. Show equal ratios and explain
COMPACT  Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Review/discuss adding positive and negative numbers
2. Practice calculating score totals using red and black chips (or Yellow and Red)

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1.Review add/subtract integers
2. Stock Market Game
FWALEADS

Square Roots and Placing Square Roots on a Number Line
Review Notes if Needed
Complete Worksheet

Quiz on 5.1  5.3
Selfassessed our work using a detailed answer key.
Homework:
Revisit concepts I wasn't mastery at as indicated on my self assessment.

Balanced Literacy 
Science Fiction Project Sheet
We are working on getting work caught up and finishing our science fiction books.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's videooverview)
Today in one sentence: Catch up day

Personal Narrative Pre Assessment
D.C. Reflection Essay Requirements
Rubric
Paragraph 1) Overall explanation (who, when, where, how, etc).
Paragraph 2) Neat Place
Paragraph 3) Neat Place
Paragraph 4) Neat Experience
Paragraph 5) Summary, Emotion, or Feelings about the trip
All paragraphs should include:
*topic sentence
*at least 3 more supporting sentence
*transitions
*proper grammar and capitalization
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Pre Assessment on personal narrative

Dystopian partner project you pick 2 and your partner picks 2. You may not choose the same ones.
*This project should require critical thinking. You will need to be able to summarize your book to your partner and ask question of your partner to create your project. However, the product produced is done individually.
Audio Book: Fahrenheit 451 sheet
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Pre assessment for our argumentative writing unit

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Nothing today. Time spent on explaining project and working on our choice topics.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Work on the items listed above for Independent Work Time To Dos:



Monday November 20, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 2 
Day 2 
Change is the end result of all true learning. Leo Buscaglia
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Practice dividing portions equally
2. Show equal ratios and explain
COMPACT  Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Review/discuss adding positive and negative numbers
2. Practice calculating score totals using red and black chips

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1.Review add/subtract integers
2. Stock Market Game
FWALEADS

Square Roots and Placing Square Roots on a Number Line
Review Notes if Needed
Complete Worksheet

Quiz on 5.1  5.3
Selfassessed our work using a detailed answer key.
Homework:
Revisit concepts I wasn't mastery at as indicated on my self assessment.

Balanced Literacy 
Science Fiction Project Sheet
We are working on getting work caught up and finishing our science fiction books.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's videooverview)
Today in one sentence: Catch up day

Personal Narrative Pre Assessment
D.C. Reflection Essay Requirements
Rubric
Paragraph 1) Overall explanation (who, when, where, how, etc).
Paragraph 2) Neat Place
Paragraph 3) Neat Place
Paragraph 4) Neat Experience
Paragraph 5) Summary, Emotion, or Feelings about the trip
All paragraphs should include:
*topic sentence
*at least 3 more supporting sentence
*transitions
*proper grammar and capitalization
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Pre Assessment on personal narrative

Dystopian partner project you pick 2 and your partner picks 2. You may not choose the same ones.
*This project should require critical thinking. You will need to be able to summarize your book to your partner and ask question of your partner to create your project. However, the product produced is done individually.
Audio Book: Fahrenheit 451 sheet
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Pre assessment for our argumentative writing unit

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Nothing today. Time spent on explaining project and working on our choice topics.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Work on the items listed above for Independent Work Time To Dos:



Fridayday November 17, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 1 
Day 1 
You're all perfect exactly the way you are. And you all could use a little improvement. Shunryu Suzuki
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Trivia game
2. View EdPuzzle Video on Ratios and Rates  in particular, pay close attention to UNIT Rate
COMPACT  Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Review/discuss adding positive and negative numbers
2. Practice calculating score totals from games

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1.Review add/subtract integers
2.Practice number line graphing of addition/subtraction

Square Roots and Placing Square Roots on a Number Line
Review Notes if Needed
Complete Worksheet

Quiz on 5.1  5.3
Selfassessed our work using a detailed answer key.
Homework:
Revisit concepts I wasn't mastery at as indicated on my self assessment.

Balanced Literacy 
Science Fiction Project Sheet
We are working on getting work caught up and finishing our science fiction books.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's videooverview)
Today in one sentence: Catch up day

Personal Narrative Pre Assessment
D.C. Reflection Essay Requirements
Rubric
Paragraph 1) Overall explanation (who, when, where, how, etc).
Paragraph 2) Neat Place
Paragraph 3) Neat Place
Paragraph 4) Neat Experience
Paragraph 5) Summary, Emotion, or Feelings about the trip
All paragraphs should include:
*topic sentence
*at least 3 more supporting sentence
*transitions
*proper grammar and capitalization
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Pre Assessment on personal narrative

Dystopian partner project you pick 2 and your partner picks 2. You may not choose the same ones.
*This project should require critical thinking. You will need to be able to summarize your book to your partner and ask question of your partner to create your project. However, the product produced is done individually.
Audio Book: Fahrenheit 451 sheet
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Pre assessment for our argumentative writing unit

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Nothing today. Time spent on explaining project and working on our choice topics.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Work on the items listed above for Independent Work Time To Dos:



Thursday November 16, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 6 
Day 2 
The undertaking of a new action brings new strength. Richard L. Evans
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Trivia game
2. View EdPuzzle Video on Ratios and Rates  in particular, pay close attention to UNIT Rate
COMPACT  Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Review/discuss adding positive and negative numbers
2. Practice calculating score totals from games

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1.Review add/subtract integers
2.Practice number line graphing of addition/subtraction

Square Roots and Placing Square Roots on a Number Line
Review Notes if Needed
Complete Worksheet

Quiz on 5.1  5.3
Selfassessed our work using a detailed answer key.
Homework:
Revisit concepts I wasn't mastery at as indicated on my self assessment.

Balanced Literacy 
Science Fiction Project Sheet
We are working on getting work caught up and finishing our science fiction books.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's videooverview)
Today in one sentence: Catch up day

Personal Narrative Pre Assessment
D.C. Reflection Essay Requirements
Rubric
Paragraph 1) Overall explanation (who, when, where, how, etc).
Paragraph 2) Neat Place
Paragraph 3) Neat Place
Paragraph 4) Neat Experience
Paragraph 5) Summary, Emotion, or Feelings about the trip
All paragraphs should include:
*topic sentence
*at least 3 more supporting sentence
*transitions
*proper grammar and capitalization
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Pre Assessment on personal narrative

Dystopian partner project you pick 2 and your partner picks 2. You may not choose the same ones.
*This project should require critical thinking. You will need to be able to summarize your book to your partner and ask question of your partner to create your project. However, the product produced is done individually.
Audio Book: Fahrenheit 451 sheet
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Pre assessment for our argumentative writing unit

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Nothing today. Time spent on explaining project and working on our choice topics.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Work on the items listed above for Independent Work Time To Dos:



Wednesday November 15, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 5 
Day 1 
It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. Aristotle
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
* Read 2 articles about good news (positive news); either do a google search for a positive website or check out this site...
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Discuss/Review equal ratios
2. Individual/Partner practice
3.Finish "Supersize Inch"

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1.Review add/subtract integers
2.Practice number line graphing of addition/subtraction

Square Roots and Placing Square Roots on a Number Line
Review Notes if Needed
Complete Worksheet

Reviewed concepts on solving inequalities in preparation for Thursday's quiz
You can review concepts on the quiz using your notes from today, using mathhelp.com, or using your textbook.

Balanced Literacy 
Science Fiction Project Sheet
We are working on getting work caught up and finishing our science fiction books.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's videooverview)
Today in one sentence: Catch up day

Personal Narrative Pre Assessment
D.C. Reflection Essay Requirements
Rubric
Paragraph 1) Overall explanation (who, when, where, how, etc).
Paragraph 2) Neat Place
Paragraph 3) Neat Place
Paragraph 4) Neat Experience
Paragraph 5) Summary, Emotion, or Feelings about the trip
All paragraphs should include:
*topic sentence
*at least 3 more supporting sentence
*transitions
*proper grammar and capitalization
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Pre Assessment on personal narrative

Dystopian partner project you pick 2 and your partner picks 2. You may not choose the same ones.
*This project should require critical thinking. You will need to be able to summarize your book to your partner and ask question of your partner to create your project. However, the product produced is done individually.
Audio Book: Fahrenheit 451 sheet
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Pre assessment for our argumentative writing unit

Project Block 
America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Explained the project and the requirements and provided some inspiration by showcasing how we could create a meaningful project around a topic someone loves, namely baseball. Instead of just research baseball we meet the human impact requirement by focusing on how some famous baseball players helped "nudge" or influence civil rights improvements. Jackie Robinson and his story of being the first African American professional baseball player during the days of the Jim Crow laws.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Identify two nonfiction books covering your topic and check one of them out from the library.
 Identify a documentary on your topic
 Identify a Hollywood movie that relates to your topic that is PG (PG13 movies) will require parental permission.

America's Story  How it all began as told through the Broadway play Hamilton
Nothing today. Time spent on explaining project and working on our choice topics.
Independent Work Time To Dos:
 If you have not figured out a project or have had your idea approved, please signup on the list to get help from Mr. Lundstrom or Mr. Hall immediately. While you are waiting for us to get to you please tackle the next To Do listed below.
 Join our project block ED Puzzle class by clicking here and entering the following code: reevare and watch today's video assignment explaining the 7 Years War and how it contributed to our own Revolution.
 Continue research on your Night at the Museum approved project. Remember you will need to locate 2 nonfiction books about your topic before this Friday. Mrs. Diem can be of great help with this and can help get books from other area libraries.
Additional Resources:
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Work on the items listed above for Independent Work Time To Dos:



Tuesday November 14, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 4 
Day 2 
It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. Aristotle
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Discuss/Review equal ratios
2.Complete fractions of 100 table
3.Finish "Supersize Inch"

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1.Review add/subtract integers
2.Practice number line graphing of addition/subtraction

Completed 8th Grade Placement Test
No homework unless you are working on revisiting portions of the UNIT 1 Test

Completed Algebra Placement Test
No homework unless you are working on revisiting concepts not mastery at from the Chapter 2 Test.

Balanced Literacy 
For tomorrow think about a topic that you know well and can inform a reader about.
We are working on getting work caught up and finishing our science fiction books.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's videooverview)
Today in one sentence: Catch up day

Personal Narrative Pre Assessment
D.C. Reflection Essay Requirements
Paragraph 1) Overall explanation (who, when, where, how, etc).
Paragraph 2) Neat Place
Paragraph 3) Neat Place
Paragraph 4) Neat Experience
Paragraph 5) Summary, Emotion, or Feelings about the trip
All paragraphs should include:
*topic sentence
*at least 3 more supporting sentence
*transitions
*proper grammar and capitalization
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Pre Assessment on personal narrative

Dystopian partner project you pick 2 and your partner picks 2. You may not choose the same ones.
*This project should require critical thinking. You will need to be able to summarize your book to your partner and ask question of your partner to create your project. However, the product produced is done individually.
Audio Book: Fahrenheit 451 sheet
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Pre assessment for our argumentative writing unit

Project Block 
Linked to Mr. Hall's notes
Night at the Museum project ideas and guided research.
Bill of Rights  Actual text
Bill of Rights translated for students

1. Revisit guidelines for project and share approved ideas.
2. Cover possible new ideas.  Song of Cabinet Battle #1  Ideas for projects  Lyrics; SONGS with historical reference/context
______
Work time:
3. Claim Evidence Reason  On who had more influence.
4. Online activity Thomas Jefferson vs Hamilton.
5. Read over the US Constitution. and how it came to be by clicking here.
Bill of Rights  Actual text
Bill of Rights translated for students
6. Check out these timelines:
Study the Road to Nationhood  a timeline to independence
Read through and explore the American Revolution Timeline

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

Students in Algebra and German
Watch CNN news from Monday and Tuesday.
Read over the US Constitution. and how it came to be by clicking here.



Monday November 13, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 3 
Day 1 
“Kinder than is necessary. Because it's not enough to be kind. One should be kinder than needed.”
? R.J. Palacio, Wonder
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Compact Math  review for test; Study Guide answers
2. 6th Math  revisit skills as necessary.
3. Practice assigned problems in class.

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Introduce and practice subtracting negative integers using chips; complete the worksheet using this resource on GIZMO
2. Read pages 3436 in the Accentuate the Negative book.
3. Work through page 37 with alone or with a partner. Write down your answers to talk about tomorrow.
4. Math online practice (Sumdog or Prodigy)

Completed 8th Grade Placement Test
No homework unless you are working on revisiting portions of the UNIT 1 Test

Completed Algebra Placement Test
No homework unless you are working on revisiting concepts not mastery at from the Chapter 2 Test.

Balanced Literacy 
For tomorrow think about a topic that you know well and can inform a reader about.
We are working on getting work caught up and finishing our science fiction books.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's videooverview)
Today in one sentence: Catch up day

For tomorrow think about a memory that you can write about.
D.C. Reflection Essay Requirements
Paragraph 1) Overall explanation (who, when, where, how, etc).
Paragraph 2) Neat Place
Paragraph 3) Neat Place
Paragraph 4) Neat Experience
Paragraph 5) Summary, Emotion, or Feelings abot the trip
All paragraphs should include:
*topic sentence
*at least 3 more supporting sentence
*transitions
*proper grammar and capitalization
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Reflected upon the D.C. trip

For tomorrow think of a social issue that you care about and can write about.
Audio Book: Fahrenheit 451 sheet
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Cited evidence to support a song and headline to elements of 451

Project Block 
Linked to Mr. Hall's notes
Night at the Museum project ideas and guided research.
Bill of Rights  Actual text
Bill of Rights translated for students

1. Hamilton  Womens role in the play and during the Revolutionary War.
2. Read over the Declaration of Independence. Pay attention to see if the rights of women are spoken for.
3. Review Test Performance; sample essay answers from Newton, Simple Machines, and Newton III
4. That Quiz Practice Test (if necessary)

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

8th Grade HELP Period:
Complete physics test (if necessary)
Revisit concepts from needing retesting from Unit 1 test.
Complete the placement test.



*Daily Schedule*

Monday November 6, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 5 
Day 1 
A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way. John C. Maxwell
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Compact Math  review for test; Study Guide answers
2. 6th Math  revisit skills as necessary.
3. Practice assigned problems in class.

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Introduce and practice subtracting negative integers using chips; complete the worksheet using this resource on GIZMO
2. Read pages 3436 in the Accentuate the Negative book.
3. Work through page 37 with alone or with a partner. Write down your answers to talk about tomorrow.
4. Math online practice (Sumdog or Prodigy)

Completed 8th Grade Placement Test
No homework unless you are working on revisiting portions of the UNIT 1 Test

Completed Algebra Placement Test
No homework unless you are working on revisiting concepts not mastery at from the Chapter 2 Test.

Balanced Literacy 
We are working on getting work caught up and finishing our science fiction books.
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's videooverview)
Today in one sentence: Catch up day

Washington D.C. rubric and video explanation
Example of D.C. slide show
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Worked on preparing D.C. slideshow presentation.
Smithsonian Museum  make sure to let us know your choice(s)
 American History
 Art Museum
 Air and Space
 Natural History

We are working on wrapping up our dystopian unit. Students should finish their book by Wednesday.
Audio Book: Fahrenheit 451 sheet
Website: Audible.com
Login: foxwestacademy@foxwestacademy.org
Password: I<3reading
Part 1 answer 20 questions
Part 2 answer 12 questions
Part 3 answer 13 questions
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Caught up on missing work and worked on finishing dystopian unit

Project Block 
Linked to Mr. Hall's notes
Night at the Museum project ideas and guided research.
Bill of Rights  Actual text
Bill of Rights translated for students

1. Hamilton  Womens role in the play and during the Revolutionary War.
2. Read over the Declaration of Independence. Pay attention to see if the rights of women are spoken for.
3. Review Test Performance; sample essay answers from Newton, Simple Machines, and Newton III
4. That Quiz Practice Test (if necessary)

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

8th Grade HELP Period:
Complete physics test (if necessary)
Revisit concepts from needing retesting from Unit 1 test.
Complete the placement test.



Thursday November 2, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 4 
Day 2 
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Compact Math  test prep
2. Online practice options:
 Find and play 5 different online games that incorporate fractions and/or ratios
 Khan Academy
 Sumdog or Prodigy
3. Compact Math Study Guide answers

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Discuss homework
2. Practice diagramming inequalities and/or adding/subtracting integers
3. Checkin assessment
4. Math online practice (Sumdog or Prodigy)

We go the chance to show off all that week learned about thinking with mathematical models. On new new horizens tomorrow. Enjoy a night off.

Reviewed for Chapter 2 Test that will take place Wednesday
Here is the notes from today's review.
Here are the mathhelp lessons related to the items in the chapter.
REVIEW MATHHELP LESSONS:
OneStep Equations (80012)
TwoStep Equations (80013)
Equations with Fractions (80014)
Equations Involving Distributive (80015)
Variable on Both Sides / Distributive (80018)
Absolute Value Equations (80038)
Ratio Proportions Under 8th grade dropdown
Introduction to Proportion (79075)
Solving Proportions (79076)
Percent Change
Literal Equations and Dimensional Analysis

Balanced Literacy 
Question to think about for next group discussion: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
Weekly Task Sheet (Mrs. K's overview video)
Adverbs Worksheets
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's videooverview)
Today in one sentence: Work daystudents worked on what they needed to get down prior to Friday's turn in date.

New question to think about: in what ways can you relate to a character in the book?
Did not meet for book discussions today
Washington D.C. rubric and video explanation
Example of D.C. slide show
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Worked on preparing D.C. slideshow presentation.

New question to think about: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
No new questionreviewed adverbs instead
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets
Audio Book: Fahrenheit 451 sheet
Website: Audible.com
Login: foxwestacademy@foxwestacademy.org
Password: I<3reading
Part 1 answer 20 questions
Part 2 answer 12 questions
Part 3 answer 13 questions
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Continued reading our dystopian novels and prepared for assessments (STAR and adverbs)

Project Block 
Night at the Museum project ideas and guided research.

1. Complete test (if necesary)
2. Introduce Night at the Museum Project

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Complete physics test (if necessary)

8th Grade HELP Period: Complete physics test (if necessary)



Wednesday November 1, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 3 
Day 1 
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Introduce "for every" statement
2. Star progress monitoring
3. Math Sumdog, Khan Academy, or Prodigy

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Discuss homework
2. Practice diagramming inequalities and/or adding/subtracting integers
3. Checkin assessment
4. Math online practice (Sumdog or Prodigy)

We go the chance to show off all that week learned about thinking with mathematical models. On new new horizens tomorrow. Enjoy a night off.

Reviewed for Chapter 2 Test that will take place Wednesday
Here is the notes from today's review.
Here are the mathhelp lessons related to the items in the chapter.
REVIEW MATHHELP LESSONS:
OneStep Equations (80012)
TwoStep Equations (80013)
Equations with Fractions (80014)
Equations Involving Distributive (80015)
Variable on Both Sides / Distributive (80018)
Absolute Value Equations (80038)
Ratio Proportions Under 8th grade dropdown
Introduction to Proportion (79075)
Solving Proportions (79076)
Percent Change
Literal Equations and Dimensional Analysis

Balanced Literacy 
Question to think about for next group discussion: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
Weekly Task Sheet (Mrs. K's overview video)
Adverbs Worksheets
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's videooverview)
Today in one sentence: Continued reading our dystopian novels and prepared for assessments (STAR and adverbs)

New question to think about: in what ways can you relate to a character in the book?
Did not meet for book discussions today
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Overview of DC trip and esearch locations assigned

New question to think about: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
No new questionreviewed adverbs instead
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Continued reading our dystopian novels and prepared for assessments (STAR and adverbs)

Project Block 
Night at the Museum project introduction and overview

Physics test (complete in any order)
1. Essay Questions (RUBRIC for Essay Questions)
2. Complete your "That Quiz:(password: FWALEADS)
That Quiz for FWA Class of 2018
That Quiz for FWA Class of 2019


Tuesday October 31, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 2 
Day 2 
On Halloween, the parents sent their kids out looking like me. Rodney Dangerfield
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Introduce "for every" statement
2. Star progress monitoring
3. Math Sumdog, Khan Academy, or Prodigy

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Discuss homework
2. Practice diagramming inequalities and/or adding/subtracting integers
3. Checkin assessment
4. Math online practice (Sumdog or Prodigy)

We go the chance to show off all that week learned about thinking with mathematical models. On new new horizens tomorrow. Enjoy a night off.

Reviewed for Chapter 2 Test that will take place Wednesday
Here is the notes from today's review.
Here are the mathhelp lessons related to the items in the chapter.
REVIEW MATHHELP LESSONS:
OneStep Equations (80012)
TwoStep Equations (80013)
Equations with Fractions (80014)
Equations Involving Distributive (80015)
Variable on Both Sides / Distributive (80018)
Absolute Value Equations (80038)
Ratio Proportions Under 8th grade dropdown
Introduction to Proportion (79075)
Solving Proportions (79076)
Percent Change
Literal Equations and Dimensional Analysis

Balanced Literacy 
Question to think about for next group discussion: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
Weekly Task Sheet (Mrs. K's overview video)
Adverbs Worksheets
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's videooverview)
Today in one sentence: Continued reading our dystopian novels and prepared for assessments (STAR and adverbs)

New question to think about: in what ways can you relate to a character in the book?
Did not meet for book discussions today
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Overview of DC trip and research locations assigned

New question to think about: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
No new questionreviewed adverbs instead
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Continued reading our dystopian novels and prepared for assessments (STAR and adverbs)

Project Block 
Had class with Mr. Lundstrom.

Practice THATQUIZ for Physics final
Homework:
1.Continue preparing for next Tuesday's Physics final by viewing the resources below and by making a study guide.
2. Review the following note guides: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons
3. Simple machines and mechanical advantage:
4. Log into EdPuzzle to see what has been assigned to help you prepare.
 Mr. L. Review Video #1 (work, power, simple machines)
 Mr. L Review Video #2 (mechanical advantage)
 Video on Newton's Laws (10 min)
5. Visit this Google Slide Show to see the essay questions from the test. *Please note the addition of sample solutions to essay questions...
6. Pactice THATQUIZ for Physics final test and take notes
7. RUBRIC for Essay Questions

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/

8th Grade HELP Period:


Monday October 30, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 1 
Day 1 
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire."  William Butler Yeats
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Read and discuss fundraising goals
2. Journal methods of comparison
3. Introduce "for every" statement

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Practice diagramming addition and subtraction on a number line.
2. 15 minutes of Khan academy
3. Practice problems from "Accentuate the Negative" book p. 2021 all
4. Math online practice (Sumdog or Prodigy)

CLICK HERE TO SEE EXAMPLE OF TEST WITH ANSWERS
Log into your EdPuzzle Account and use math videos to prep for Tuesday end of Investigation 1 Test.
There will be 45 different videos covering exactly what the test will look like.
Here is a link to printable graph paper if you need some while at home.

29 Weighted Averages  Motion Problems
I can translate and solve uniform motion problems.
Introductory Motion Problems (80033)
Practice Work for Tuesday:
Use MathHelp to complete the 5 Quiz Problems for the lesson 80033
Tuesday we will be working on reviewing for the Chapter 2 Test that will take place Wednesday November 1st.
REVIEW MATHHELP LESSONS:
OneStep Equations (80012)
TwoStep Equations (80013)
Equations with Fractions (80014)
Equations Involving Distributive (80015)
Variable on Both Sides / Distributive (80018)
Absolute Value Equations (80038)
Ratio Proportions Under 8th grade dropdown
Introduction to Proportion (79075)
Solving Proportions (79076)
Percent Change
Literal Equations and Dimensional Analysis

Balanced Literacy 
Question to think about for next group discussion: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
Weekly Task Sheet (Mrs. K's overview video)
Adverbs Worksheets
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Continued reading our dystopian novels and prepared for assessments (STAR and adverbs)

New question to think about: in what ways can you relate to a character in the book?
Did not meet for book discussions today
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today's class in one sentence: Overview of DC trip and research locations assigned

New question to think about: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
No new questionreviewed adverbs instead
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets
Reading Log Due Dec. 13 (Mrs. K's video overview)
Today in one sentence: Continued reading our dystopian novels and prepared for assessments (STAR and adverbs)

Project Block 
Had class with Mr. Lundstrom.

Practice THATQUIZ for Physics final
Homework:
1.Continue preparing for next Tuesday's Physics final by viewing the resources below and by making a study guide.
2. Review the following note guides: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons
3. Simple machines and mechanical advantage:
4. Log into EdPuzzle to see what has been assigned to help you prepare.
 Mr. L. Review Video #1 (work, power, simple machines)
 **Part II is currently in production and will be posted later on Monday evening*** (not 4:00 as I had originally intended  thanks for understanding...Mr. L)
 Video on Newton's Laws (10 min)
5. Visit this Google Slide Show to see the essay questions from the test.
6. Pactice THATQUIZ for Physics final test and take notes

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/

8th Grade HELP Period:



Wednesday October 25, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 1 
Day 1 
I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination. Jimmy Dean
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Learning Target: I can determine the accuracy of comparison statements, write comparisons, and defend their accuracy. I can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
1. Read and discuss fundraising goals
2. Journal methods of comparison
3. Introduce "for every" statement

Target: Solve realworld and math problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.
1. Practice diagramming addition and subtraction on a number line.
2. 15 minutes of Khan academy
3. Practice problems from "Accentuate the Negative" book p. 2021 all
4. Math online practice (Sumdog or Prodigy)

Log into your EdPuzzle Account and use math videos to prep for Tuesday end of Investigation 1 Test.
There will be 45 different videos covering exactly what the test will look like.
Here is a link to printable graph paper if you need some while at home.

28 Literal Equations and Dimensional Analysis
I can solve equations involving multiple variable for given variable.
I can use formulas to solve realworld problems.
I can survive a math problem that has no obvious numbers but rather all variables.
Practice Work for Monday:
Pages 128129 115 odd not including #7.
or I can complete the 8 practice problems and 5 question quiz for mathhelp lesson 80022 on beginning formulas.

Balanced Literacy 
Question to think about for next group discussion: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets 1 and 2
Reading Log Due Dec. 13
Today's class in one sentence: Continued rotations while adding discussions to small groups.

Question to think about for next discussion group: What part of your book do you think the author is using for entertainment purposes rather than historical purposes?
New question to think about: in what ways can you relate to a character in the book?
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets 1 and 2
Reading Log Due Dec. 13
Today's class in one sentence: Continued Holocaust reading while adding more in depth discussions in small group.

Question to think about for next discussion group: What part of today's society is the author creating the dystopian society around?
New question to think about: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets 1 and 2
Reading Log Due Dec. 13
Today in one sentence: Continued reading our dystopian novels while adding more in depth discussions in small group.

Project Block 
Had class with Mr. Lundstrom.

Practice THATQUIZ for Physics final
Homework:
1.Continue preparing for next Tuesday's Physics final by viewing the resources below and by making a study guide.
2. Review the following note guides: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons
3. Log into EdPuzzle to see what has been assigned to help you prepare.
 Mr. L. Review Video #1 (work, power, simple machines)
 Video on Newton's Laws (10 min)
4. Complete the project reflection when it becomes available tomorrow; score yourself based on each area of the rubric.

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/

8th Grade HELP Period:



Wednesday October 25, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 6 
Day 2 
“If you don't go after what you want, you'll never have it. If you don't ask, the answer is always no. If you don't step forward, you're always in the same place.” N. Robert Seen on Jimmy John's wall.
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Target: Understand there are relationships between fractions and ratios and use ratio reasoning to solve real world problems.
1. Review and make corrections (if necessary) on your test.
2. In class discussion and activity
3. Introduce ratios

Target: Construct polygons and calculate interior angles.
1. Review and revisit concepts from first test.
2. 20 minutes of Khan academy
3. Retest concepts.

Log into your EdPuzzle Account and use math videos to prep for Tuesday end of Investigation 1 Test.
There will be 45 different videos covering exactly what the test will look like.
Here is a link to printable graph paper if you need some while at home.

28 Literal Equations and Dimensional Analysis
I can solve equations involving multiple variable for given variable.
I can use formulas to solve realworld problems.
I can survive a math problem that has no obvious numbers but rather all variables.
Practice Work for Monday:
Pages 128129 115 odd not including #7.
or I can complete the 8 practice problems and 5 question quiz for mathhelp lesson 80022 on beginning formulas.

Balanced Literacy 
Question to think about for next group discussion: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets 1 and 2
Reading Log Due Dec. 13
Today's class in one sentence: Continued rotations while adding discussions to small groups.

Question to think about for next discussion group: What part of your book do you think the author is using for entertainment purposes rather than historical purposes?
New question to think about: in what ways can you relate to a character in the book?
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets 1 and 2
Reading Log Due Dec. 13
Today's class in one sentence: Continued Holocaust reading while adding more in depth discussions in small group.

Question to think about for next discussion group: What part of today's society is the author creating the dystopian society around?
New question to think about: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets 1 and 2
Reading Log Due Dec. 13
Today in one sentence: Continued reading our dystopian novels while adding more in depth discussions in small group.

Project Block 
Had class with Mr. Lundstrom.

1. Community Time  7th Hour  payback for presentation night
2. 8th graders shared their advice to the 7th graders for how to have an awesome Washington DC trip.
Homework:
1.Continue preparing for next Tuesday's Physics final by viewing the resources below and by making a study guide.
2. Review the following note guides: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons
3. Log into EdPuzzle to see what has been assigned to help you prepare.
 Mr. L. Review Video #1 (work, power, simple machines)
 Video on Newton's Laws (10 min)
4. Complete the project reflection when it becomes available tomorrow; score yourself based on each area of the rubric.

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/

8th Grade HELP Period:



Tuesday October 24, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 5 
Day 1 
"History has it eyes on you." George Washington & Alexander Hamilton in Hamilton
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Target: Understand there are relationships between fractions and ratios and use ratio reasoning to solve real world problems.
1. Review and make corrections (if necessary) on your test.
2. In class discussion and activity
3. Introduce ratios

Target: Construct polygons and calculate interior angles.
1. Review and revisit concepts from first test.
2. 20 minutes of Khan academy
3. Retest concepts.


Discounts and Percent Change 
Balanced Literacy 
Question to think about for next group discussion: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets 1 and 2
Reading Log Due Dec. 13
Today's class in one sentence: Continued rotations while adding discussions to small groups.

Question to think about for next discussion group: What part of your book do you think the author is using for entertainment purposes rather than historical purposes?
New question to think about: in what ways can you relate to a character in the book?
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets 1 and 2
Reading Log Due Dec. 13
Today's class in one sentence: Continued Holocaust reading while adding more in depth discussions in small group.

Question to think about for next discussion group: What part of today's society is the author creating the dystopian society around?
New question to think about: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets 1 and 2
Reading Log Due Dec. 13
Today in one sentence: Continued reading our dystopian novels while adding more in depth discussions in small group.

Project Block 
Fetticinne Towers Challenge 2

1. Begin to prepare notes for next Monday's Physics final
2. Use the study guides available to help you prepare: Work and Simple Machines
Previous Noes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons
3. Log into EdPuzzle to see what has been assigned:
 Mr. L. Review Video #1 (work, power, simple machines)
 Video on Newton's Laws (10 min)
 CNN 10 (10 min)
4. Complete the project reflection when it becomes available tomorrow; score yourself based on each area of the rubric.
5. 8th Graders will have math in the AM in Mrs. Koenecke's room.

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/

8th Grade HELP Period:



Monday October 23, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 4 
Day 2 
Virtue is a good habit, a habit that leads us to become the bestversionsofourselves. Matthew Kelly
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Target: Understand there are relationships between fractions and ratios and use ratio reasoning to solve real world problems.
1. Review and make corrections (if necessary) on your test.
2. In class discussion and activity
3. Introduce ratios




Balanced Literacy 
Question to think about for next group discussion:
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets 1 and 2
Reading Log Due Dec. 13
Today's class in one sentence: Continued rotations while adding discussions to small groups.

Question to think about for next discussion group: What part of your book do you think the author is using for entertainment purposes rather than historical purposes?
New question to think about: in what ways can you relate to a character in the book?
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets 1 and 2
Reading Log Due Dec. 13
Today's class in one sentence: Continued Holocaust reading while adding more in depth discussions in small group.

Question to think about for next discussion group: What part of today's society is the author creating the dystopian society around?
New question to think about: identify which conflicts are in your storyperson vs person, person vs technology, person vs technology, person vs self.
Weekly Task Sheet
Adverbs Worksheets 1 and 2
Reading Log Due Dec. 13
Today in one sentence: Continued reading our dystopian novels while adding more in depth discussions in small group.

Project Block 
POSITIVE NEWS
FOCUS on Habit 6  Synergy
I know we already discussed it but know we want to learn what we bring to the table to make everyone in our groups acheive more.
Complete grape, oragnes, banaana, melons questionaire. It can be found in the shared folder. Please copy the slides and place it in your presentation. Complete the activity and record results in your presentation.
Make a slide or two using pages 188 and 189 highlighting what this means for you.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
1. Begin to prepare notes for next Monday's Physics final
2. Use the study guides available to help you prepare: Work and Simple Machines, Review Video 1
Previous Noes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/8th graders Make/print out a lanscape (hot dog layout) of your idea for a pumpkin carving for Thursday. **Must have permission slip/survey completed.

8th Grade HELP Period:
Watch the video from Mr. Hall in Ed Puzzle
Everyone needs to watch the one that says everyone!
If it has your name on another video watch those as well.
Login into Edpuzzle Physics by clicking HERE.
Enter the following code
jisorsu




Thursday October 19, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 3 
Day 3 
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
PLEASE complete this form
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Review and make corrections (if necessary) on your test.
2. Complete lessons on ratios on Khan Academy
3. Practice math using. Sumdog, Prodigy, or Khan Academy

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Complete test corrections
2. Extra review
4. Small Group Practice and second try at showing skills

Thinking with Math Models
Revisit slope quiz.
Login into Edpuzzle Physics by clicking HERE.
Enter the following code
jisorsu
CLASSWORK:
Complete the slope quiz individually handing it into the substitute teacher.
PRACTICE WORK FOR ELT or AS HOMEWORK:
NA

Quiz on lessons 2.4 and 2.5
When finished use mathhelp.com to learn our next lesson on percentages.
Login
Select Algebra from Common Core Dropdown
Click on lesson 80028 Percent Probelms. Watch the tutorial videos, complete the 8 practice probelms in your notebooks/binders. Attempt the 5 quiz probelms also in your notebooks/binder.

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Target Sheet

Final 7 Habits prep work. Presentations on Wednesday to HES and NGES.
Weekly Task Sheet

Project Block 
POSITIVE NEWS
FOCUS on Habit 6  Synergy
I know we already discussed it but know we want to learn what we bring to the table to make everyone in our groups acheive more.
Complete grape, oragnes, banaana, melons questionaire. It can be found in the shared folder. Please copy the slides and place it in your presentation. Complete the activity and record results in your presentation.
Make a slide or two using pages 188 and 189 highlighting what this means for you.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
1. Research ideas for your individual physics demonstration. Here is the RUBRIC
2. Provide a description of your idea, and explain what concepts it shows
3. Record the materials needed as well as any tools you might need to assemble or perform the demonstration
4. List vocabulary and concepts that your demonstration will relate to.
5. Fill out this form about your project: Approved Plan Submission
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Noes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/8th graders Make/print out a lanscape (hot dog layout) of your idea for a pumpkin carving for Thursday. **Must have permission slip/survey completed.

8th Grade HELP Period:
Watch the video from Mr. Hall in Ed Puzzle
Everyone needs to watch the one that says everyone!
If it has your name on another video watch those as well.
Login into Edpuzzle Physics by clicking HERE.
Enter the following code
jisorsu


Wednesday October 18, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 2 
Day 2 
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
PLEASE complete this form
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Review and make corrections (if necessary) on your test.
2. Complete lessons on ratios on Khan Academy
3. Practice math using. Sumdog, Prodigy, or Khan Academy

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Complete test corrections
2. Extra review
4. Small Group Practice and second try at showing skills

Thinking with Math Models
Revisit slope quiz.
Login into Edpuzzle Physics by clicking HERE.
Enter the following code
jisorsu
CLASSWORK:
Complete the slope quiz individually handing it into the substitute teacher.
PRACTICE WORK FOR ELT or AS HOMEWORK:
NA

Quiz on lessons 2.4 and 2.5
When finished use mathhelp.com to learn our next lesson on percentages.
Login
Select Algebra from Common Core Dropdown
Click on lesson 80028 Percent Probelms. Watch the tutorial videos, complete the 8 practice probelms in your notebooks/binders. Attempt the 5 quiz probelms also in your notebooks/binder.

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Target Sheet

Final 7 Habits prep work. Presentations on Wednesday to HES and NGES.
Weekly Task Sheet

Project Block 
POSITIVE NEWS
FOCUS on Habit 6  Synergy
I know we already discussed it but know we want to learn what we bring to the table to make everyone in our groups acheive more.
Complete grape, oragnes, banaana, melons questionaire. It can be found in the shared folder. Please copy the slides and place it in your presentation. Complete the activity and record results in your presentation.
Make a slide or two using pages 188 and 189 highlighting what this means for you.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
1. Research ideas for your individual physics demonstration. Here is the RUBRIC
2. Provide a description of your idea, and explain what concepts it shows
3. Record the materials needed as well as any tools you might need to assemble or perform the demonstration
4. List vocabulary and concepts that your demonstration will relate to.
5. Fill out this form about your project: Approved Plan Submission
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Noes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/8th graders Make/print out a lanscape (hot dog layout) of your idea for a pumpkin carving for Thursday. **Must have permission slip/survey completed.

8th Grade HELP Period:
Watch the video from Mr. Hall in Ed Puzzle
Everyone needs to watch the one that says everyone!
If it has your name on another video watch those as well.
Login into Edpuzzle Physics by clicking HERE.
Enter the following code
jisorsu



Tuesday October 17, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 1 
Day 1 
"The best project you will ever work on is you!" Unknown
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
PLEASE complete this form
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Continue working on your test.
2. Complete Gallup Poll
3. Work on your Mission Statement and CSI Me Slideshow (add music)
4. Sumdog, Prodigy, or Khan Academy

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Review test for successes and struggle areas: triangle rules for length; polygon interior angle sum; parallel lines and missing angles; Triangles add to 180
2. Complete Gallup Poll
3. Complete Khan Academy assignments and practice
4. Small Group Practice

Complete Gallup Poll
Thinking with Math Models
No class due to leadership presentations at elementary schools.
CLASSWORK:
NA
PRACTICE WORK:
NA

Complete Gallup Poll

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Target Sheet

Final 7 Habits prep work. Presentations on Wednesday to HES and NGES.
Weekly Task Sheet

Project Block 
POSITIVE NEWS
Project Worktime:
1. All About Me Video
2. Wolf Ridge Video
3. Notes related to CSI ME  growth mindset vs fixed
4. Create an Edbpuzzle Account by clicking HERE
Use the following code to enter into Mr. Hall's Ed Puzzle class. bepacoj
Chose at minimum one of the physics videos to watch.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
1. Research ideas for your individual physics demonstration. Here is the RUBRIC
2. Provide a description of your idea, and explain what concepts it shows
3. Record the materials needed as well as any tools you might need to assemble or perform the demonstration
4. List vocabulary and concepts that your demonstration will relate to.
5. Fill out this form about your project: Approved Plan Submission
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/8th graders Make/print out a lanscape (hot dog layout) of your idea for a pumpkin carving for Thursday. **Must have permission slip/survey completed.

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Monday October 16, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 6 
Day 2 
"The best project you will ever work on is you!" Unknown
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
PLEASE complete this form
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Complete and discuss study guide for test
2. Review and check answers for study guide.
3. Continue working on your test or begin to take test.

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Review test for successes and struggle areas: triangle rules for length; polygon interior angle sum; parallel lines and missing angles; Triangles add to 180
2. Correct your test  work with a partner or small group
3. Complete Khan Academy assignments and practice
*PLEASE NOTE, ALL tests and practice pages are to be handed in.
4. Have a great weekend

Thinking with Math Models
No class due to leadership presentations at elementary schools.
CLASSWORK:
NA
PRACTICE WORK:
NA

No class due to leadership class. Please use the break to use mathhelp to review any concepts covered thus far that you are not SUPER CONFIDENT WITH.

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Target Sheet

Final 7 Habits prep work. Presentations on Wednesday to HES and NGES.
Weekly Task Sheet

Project Block 
POSITIVE NEWS
Project Worktime:
1. All About Me Video
2. Wolf Ridge Video
3. Notes related to CSI ME  growth mindset vs fixed
4. Create an Edbpuzzle Account by clicking HERE
Use the following code to enter into Mr. Hall's Ed Puzzle class. bepacoj
Chose at minimum one of the physics videos to watch.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
1. Research ideas for your individual physics demonstration. Here is the RUBRIC
2. Provide a description of your idea, and explain what concepts it shows
3. Record the materials needed as well as any tools you might need to assemble or perform the demonstration
4. List vocabulary and concepts that your demonstration will relate to.
5. Fill out this form about your project: Approved Plan Submission
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/8th graders Make/print out a lanscape (hot dog layout) of your idea for a pumpkin carving for Thursday. **Must have permission slip/survey completed.

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Friday October 13, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 5 
Day 1 
Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much. Blaise Pascal
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
PLEASE complete this form
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Complete and discuss study guide for test
2. Review and check answers for study guide.
3. Continue working on your test or begin to take test.

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Review test for successes and struggle areas: triangle rules for length; polygon interior angle sum; parallel lines and missing angles; Triangles add to 180
2. Correct your test  work with a partner or small group
3. Complete Khan Academy assignments and practice
*PLEASE NOTE, ALL tests and practice pages are to be handed in.
4. Have a great weekend

Thinking with Math Models
No class due to leadership presentations at elementary schools.
CLASSWORK:
NA
PRACTICE WORK:
NA

No class due to leadership class. Please use the break to use mathhelp to review any concepts covered thus far that you are not SUPER CONFIDENT WITH.

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Target Sheet

Final 7 Habits prep work. Presentations on Wednesday to HES and NGES.
Weekly Task Sheet

Project Block 
POSITIVE NEWS
Project Worktime:
1. All About Me Video
2. Wolf Ridge Video
3. Notes related to CSI ME  growth mindset vs fixed
4. Create an Edbpuzzle Account by clicking HERE
Use the following code to enter into Mr. Hall's Ed Puzzle class. bepacoj
Chose at minimum one of the physics videos to watch.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
1. Research ideas for your individual physics demonstration. Here is the RUBRIC
2. Provide a description of your idea, and explain what concepts it shows
3. Record the materials needed as well as any tools you might need to assemble or perform the demonstration
4. List vocabulary and concepts that your demonstration will relate to.
5. Fill out this form about your project: Approved Plan Submission
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/8th graders Make/print out a lanscape (hot dog layout) of your idea for a pumpkin carving for Thursday. **Must have permission slip/survey completed.

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Thursday October 12, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 4 
Day 2 
The measure of a life is a measure of love and respect; they way you live and the gifts that you give.
 Niel Peart
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
PLEASE complete this form
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Complete and discuss study guide for test
2. Review and check answers for study guide.
3. See Mr. L to take the test when you feel prepared.

Target: add and subtract negative and positive integers
1. Introduce new book
2. Practice using positive and negative integers.

Thinking with Math Models
No class due to leadership presentations at elementary schools.
CLASSWORK:
NA
PRACTICE WORK:
NA

No class due to leadership class. Please use the break to use mathhelp to review any concepts covered thus far that you are not SUPER CONFIDENT WITH.

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Target Sheet

Final 7 Habits prep work. Presentations on Wednesday to HES and NGES.
Weekly Task Sheet

Project Block 
POSITIVE NEWS
Project Worktime:
1. All About Me Video
2. Wolf Ridge Video
3. Notes related to CSI ME  growth mindset vs fixed
4. Create an Edbpuzzle Account by clicking HERE
Use the following code to enter into Mr. Hall's Ed Puzzle class. bepacoj
Chose at minimum one of the physics videos to watch.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
1. Research ideas for your individual physics demonstration. Here is the RUBRIC
2. Provide a description of your idea, and explain what concepts it shows
3. Record the materials needed as well as any tools you might need to assemble or perform the demonstration
4. List vocabulary and concepts that your demonstration will relate to.
5. Fill out this form about your project: Approved Plan Submission
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/8th graders Make/print out a lanscape (hot dog layout) of your idea for a pumpkin carving for Thursday. **Must have permission slip/survey completed.

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BznLIGyeaWn4X2VfVVk4d1NFMms/view?usp=sharing

Tuesday October 10, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 2 
Day 2 
When in doubt of what to do, error on the side of kindness.
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
PLEASE complete this form
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Distributive Property intro and practice
2. Small group work with GCF
3. Khan academy practice
4. GCF/LCM Practie

Target: add and subtract negative and positive integers
1. Introduce new book
2. Practice using positive and negative integers.

Thinking with Math Models
Mr. Hall out  Please connitnue our work with linear models by using Mathhelp.
CLASSWORK:
Dependency and Correlational Relationships (79047)
Time permitting 2nd lesson
Scatterplots and Trends (79048)
PRACTICE WORK:
I will be collecting evidence that you completed these lessons.

If Mr. Hall is still not back.
Variable on Both Sides / Fractions (80017)
Variable on Both Sides / Distributive (80018)
Show you work so I can check that you used this time correctly.

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Target Sheet

Final 7 Habits prep work. Presentations on Wednesday to HES and NGES.
Weekly Task Sheet

Project Block 
POSITIVE NEWS
Project Worktime:
1. All About Me Video
2. Wolf Ridge Video
3. Notes related to CSI ME  growth mindset vs fixed
4. Create an Edbpuzzle Account by clicking HERE
Use the following code to enter into Mr. Hall's Ed Puzzle class. bepacoj
Chose at minimum one of the physics videos to watch.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
1. Research ideas for your individual physics demonstration. Here is the RUBRIC
2. Provide a description of your idea, and explain what concepts it shows
3. Record the materials needed as well as any tools you might need to assemble or perform the demonstration
4. List vocabulary and concepts that your demonstration will relate to.
5. Fill out this form about your project: Approved Plan Submission
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/8th graders Make/print out a lanscape (hot dog layout) of your idea for a pumpkin carving for Thursday. **Must have permission slip/survey completed.

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Wednesday October 11, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 3 
Day 1 
When in doubt of what to do, error on the side of kindness.  G. Hall
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
PLEASE complete this form
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Distributive Property intro and practice
2. Small group work with GCF
3. Khan academy practice
4. GCF/LCM Practie

Target: add and subtract negative and positive integers
1. Introduce new book
2. Practice using positive and negative integers.

Thinking with Math Models
No class due to leadership presentations at elementary schools.
CLASSWORK:
NA
PRACTICE WORK:
NA

No class due to leadership class. Please use the break to use mathhelp to review any concepts covered thus far that you are not SUPER CONFIDENT WITH.

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Target Sheet

Final 7 Habits prep work. Presentations on Wednesday to HES and NGES.
Weekly Task Sheet

Project Block 
POSITIVE NEWS
Project Worktime:
1. All About Me Video
2. Wolf Ridge Video
3. Notes related to CSI ME  growth mindset vs fixed
4. Create an Edbpuzzle Account by clicking HERE
Use the following code to enter into Mr. Hall's Ed Puzzle class. bepacoj
Chose at minimum one of the physics videos to watch.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
1. Research ideas for your individual physics demonstration. Here is the RUBRIC
2. Provide a description of your idea, and explain what concepts it shows
3. Record the materials needed as well as any tools you might need to assemble or perform the demonstration
4. List vocabulary and concepts that your demonstration will relate to.
5. Fill out this form about your project: Approved Plan Submission
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/8th graders Make/print out a lanscape (hot dog layout) of your idea for a pumpkin carving for Thursday. **Must have permission slip/survey completed.

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.






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Monday October 9, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 1 
Day 1 
Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend. Martin Luther King, Jr.
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
PLEASE complete this form
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Distributive Property intro and practice
2. Small group work with GCF
3. Khan academy practice
4. GCF/LCM Practie

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them
Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Polygon triangle connection Polygons website
2. Review for angles and polygons test
3. Khan academy work time
4. Have a great weekend

Thinking with Math Models
2.3 Writing linear equations for reallife situations
I can write linear equations provided linear data in various forms related to reallife models ie. profits and sales charts
CLASSWORK:
Complete investigation 2.3 using the answer key to check as you go.
PRACTICE WORK:
 Finish investigation 2.3.
 Complete problems 6, 8, 13, 14, 15, & 20 on pages 4649

Link to online book

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Target Sheet

Final 7 Habits prep work. Presentations on Wednesday to HES and NGES.
Weekly Task Sheet

Project Block 
Project Worktime:
1. All About Me Video
2. Wolf Ridge Video
3. Notes related to CSI ME  growth mindset vs fixed
4. Create an Edbpuzzle Account by clicking HERE
Use the following code to enter into Mr. Hall's Ed Puzzle class. bepacoj
Chose at minimum one of the physics videos to watch.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
1. Research ideas for your individual physics demonstration. Here is the RUBRIC
2. Provide a description of your idea, and explain what concepts it shows
3. Record the materials needed as well as any tools you might need to assemble or perform the demonstration
4. List vocabulary and concepts that your demonstration will relate to.
5. Fill out this form about your project: Approved Plan Submission
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
7/8th graders Make/print out a lanscape (hot dog layout) of your idea for a pumpkin carving for Thursday. **Must have permission slip/survey completed.

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.




Friday October 6, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 6 
Day 2 
We're alright for now.
Tom Petty
(Rest in Peace)
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
PLEASE complete this form
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Small group review and practice
2. Khan academy work time
3. Show that you know it
4. Have a great weekend!

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them
Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Polygon triangle connection Polygons website
2. Review for angles and polygons test
3. Khan academy work time
4. Have a great weekend

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine a linear equation in slope intercept form from a graph.
Direct Variation (79043)
CLASSWORK: Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Direct Variation (79043)
REMEMBER 
completing a lesson involves
watching the videos and taking
notes in your notebook or binder;
completing the 8 practice probelms
showing all your work; completing
the self check and showing work.
I WILL BE TOUGH ON THIS PROCESS. JUST DOING IT WITHOUT THE WRITTEN DOWN WORK DOESN'T CUT IT.
Please join Prodigy classroom code: 30264B

Link to online book

Balanced Literacy 
Fox West Community Time

Begin planning 7 Habits presentations; use this document as a guide. Complete it on paper or on a Google doc

Project Block 
Project Worktime:
1. All About Me Video
2. Wolf Ridge Video
3. Notes related to CSI ME  growth mindset vs fixed
4. Create an Edbpuzzle Account by clicking HERE
Use the following code to enter into Mr. Hall's Ed Puzzle class. bepacoj
Chose at minimum one of the physics videos to watch.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
1. Research ideas for your individual physics demonstration. Here is the RUBRIC
2. Provide a description of your idea, and explain what concepts it shows
3. Record the materials needed as well as any tools you might need to assemble or perform the demonstration
4. List vocabulary and concepts that your demonstration will relate to.
5. Fill out this form about your project: Approved Plan Submission
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Community Choice Time

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Thursday October 5, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 5 
Day 1 
I'm taking control of my life; I'm taking control of my life now...right now.
Tom Petty
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
PLEASE complete this form
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Review Factors, Multiples, and Prime Factorization
2. 20 minutes practice on Khan Academy join class code: VGB7XNQA
3. Small group work with Mr. L.
4. Math book "PRIME TIME" p. 34 # 18
(tomorrow will be # 1623 on p. 34)
5. Accelerated Math Khan Academy Class Code:HFWDXWB5

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them
Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Exterior Angles Practice; Angle sum
2. Pages 5256 all
3. Log into and go through mathhelp. You may use an account if you have it, otherwise, follow the Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs
3. Sign up for a Khan Academy account and join class: BHFX3UFY
4. Complete at least 2 lessons in Khan Academy, then start the 7th grade lessons

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine a linear equation in slope intercept form from a graph.
Direct Variation (79043)
CLASSWORK: Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Direct Variation (79043)
REMEMBER 
completing a lesson involves
watching the videos and taking
notes in your notebook or binder;
completing the 8 practice probelms
showing all your work; completing
the self check and showing work.
I WILL BE TOUGH ON THIS PROCESS. JUST DOING IT WITHOUT THE WRITTEN DOWN WORK DOESN'T CUT IT.
Please join Prodigy classroom code: 30264B

Link to online book

Balanced Literacy 
Fox West Community Time

Begin planning 7 Habits presentations; use this document as a guide. Complete it on paper or on a Google doc

Project Block 
Project Worktime:
1. All About Me Video
2. Wolf Ridge Video
3. Notes related to CSI ME  growth mindset vs fixed
4. Create an Edbpuzzle Account by clicking HERE
Use the following code to enter into Mr. Hall's Ed Puzzle class. bepacoj
Chose at minimum one of the physics videos to watch.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
1. Research ideas for your individual physics demonstration
2. Provide a description of your idea, and explain what concepts it shows
3. Record the materials needed as well as any tools you might need to assemble or perform the demonstration
4. List vocabulary and concepts that your demonstration will relate to.
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Regular Polygons
MathHelp Lessons 8th Grade Common Core Chapter 8 Geometry:
Unit 2: Angle Pairs 
A: Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1) (79063) 

B: Vocabulary (79064) 

C: Given Lines are Parallel (79065) 
Unit 3: Angles and Triangles 
A: Angles of a Triangle (79066) 

B: Sides of a Triangle (79067) 

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Wednesday October 4, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 4 
Day 2 
I'm learning to fly, but I ain't got wings. Coming down is the hardest thing.
Tom Petty
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Review Factors, Multiples, and Prime Factorization
2. 20 minutes practice on Khan Academy join class code: VGB7XNQA
3. Small group work with Mr. L.
4. Math book "PRIME TIME" p. 34 # 18
(tomorrow will be # 1623 on p. 34)

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them
Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Exterior Angles Practice; Angle sum
2. Pages 5256 all
3. Log into and go through mathhelp. You may use an account if you have it, otherwise, follow the Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs
3. Sign up for a Khan Academy account and join class: BHFX3UFY
4. Complete at least 2 lessons in Khan Academy, then start the 7th grade lessons

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine a linear equation in slope intercept form from a graph.
Direct Variation (79043)
CLASSWORK: Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Direct Variation (79043)
REMEMBER 
completing a lesson involves
watching the videos and taking
notes in your notebook or binder;
completing the 8 practice probelms
showing all your work; completing
the self check and showing work.
I WILL BE TOUGH ON THIS PROCESS. JUST DOING IT WITHOUT THE WRITTEN DOWN WORK DOESN'T CUT IT.
Please join Prodigy classroom code: 30264B

Link to online book

Balanced Literacy 
Fox West Community Time

Begin planning 7 Habits presentations; use this document as a guide. Complete it on paper or on a Google doc

Project Block 
Project Worktime:
1. All About Me Video
2. Wolf Ridge Video
3. Notes related to CSI ME  growth mindset vs fixed
4. Create an Edbpuzzle Account by clicking HERE
Use the following code to enter into Mr. Hall's Ed Puzzle class. bepacoj
Chose at minimum one of the physics videos to watch.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
Read pages 7281 in the Forces, Motion, and Energy Textbook
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons
Click the following linnk study.com
Use your hasd login ex. fredhall@hasd.org to create an account
Save your password somewhere safe. Copy and paste the following code to begin your coursework: maroonrat1393
Watch the assigned lessons and answer teh questions.

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Regular Polygons
MathHelp Lessons 8th Grade Common Core Chapter 8 Geometry:
Unit 2: Angle Pairs 
A: Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1) (79063) 

B: Vocabulary (79064) 

C: Given Lines are Parallel (79065) 
Unit 3: Angles and Triangles 
A: Angles of a Triangle (79066) 

B: Sides of a Triangle (79067) 

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.


Tuesday October 3, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 3 
Day 1 
Time to move on; time to get going. What lies ahead I have no way of knowing
Tom Petty
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Review Factors, Multiples, and Prime Factorization
2. Common Factors and Factor Trees practice
3. Sign up for a Khan Academy account using your HASD google drive login, then join class code: VGB7XNQA
4. (optional) Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
K12 Dropdown > 6th Grade Math >Chapter 3: FACTORS, MULTIPLES, AND FRACTIONS
Unit 1: Factors and Multiples 
A: Divisibility Rules (86026) 

D: Multiples and Least Common Multiples (86029) 

E: Greatest Common Factor (86030) 

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them
Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Exterior Angles Practice; Angle sum
2. Pages 5256 all
3. Log into and go through mathhelp. You may use an account if you have it, otherwise, follow the Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs
3. Sign up for a Khan Academy account and join class: BHFX3UFY
4. Complete at least 2 lessons in Khan Academy, then start the 7th grade lessons

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine a linear equation in slope intercept form from a graph.
Direct Variation (79043)
CLASSWORK: Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Direct Variation (79043)
REMEMBER 
completing a lesson involves
watching the videos and taking
notes in your notebook or binder;
completing the 8 practice probelms
showing all your work; completing
the self check and showing work.
I WILL BE TOUGH ON THIS PROCESS. JUST DOING IT WITHOUT THE WRITTEN DOWN WORK DOESN'T CUT IT.
Please join Prodigy classroom code: 30264B

Link to online book

Balanced Literacy 
Fox West Community Time

 Verbs packet III (All)
Journaling (3 out of 6 on board0
 Scope magazine articles p.2627 and 2829
Read Law #3  be able to answer why change is important in leadership
Sumdog (Verbs practice)

Project Block 
Reading STAR testing, then work on CSI:Me slide show.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
Read pages 7281 in the Forces, Motion, and Energy Textbook
For possible ideas, check out this website: http://www.physicslessons.com/demos.html
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons
Click the following linnk study.com
Use your hasd login ex. fredhall@hasd.org to create an account
Save your password somewhere safe. Copy and paste the following code to begin your coursework: maroonrat1393
Watch the assigned lessons and answer teh questions.

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Regular Polygons
MathHelp Lessons 8th Grade Common Core Chapter 8 Geometry:
Unit 2: Angle Pairs 
A: Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1) (79063) 

B: Vocabulary (79064) 

C: Given Lines are Parallel (79065) 
Unit 3: Angles and Triangles 
A: Angles of a Triangle (79066) 

B: Sides of a Triangle (79067) 

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Monday October 2, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 2 
Day 2 
Just because something doesn't do what you planned it to do doesn't mean it's useless.
Thomas A. Edison
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Review Factors, Multiples, and Prime Factorization
2. Common Factors and Factor Trees practice
3. Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
K12 Dropdown > 6th Grade Math >Chapter 3: FACTORS, MULTIPLES, AND FRACTIONS
Unit 1: Factors and Multiples 
A: Divisibility Rules (86026) 

B: Factors and Primes (86027) 

C: Prime Factorization (86028) 

D: Multiples and Least Common Multiples (86029) 

E: Greatest Common Factor (86030) 

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them
Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Exterior Angles Practice; Angle sum
2. Pages 5256 all
3. Log into and go through mathhelp. You may use an account if you have it, otherwise, follow the Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs
3. Sign up for a Prodigy account at prodigy.com and join class: D243C3
4.Finish SUMDOG 1st assessment and play.

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine a linear equation in slope intercept form from a graph.
Direct Variation (79043)
CLASSWORK: Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Direct Variation (79043)
REMEMBER 
completing a lesson involves
watching the videos and taking
notes in your notebook or binder;
completing the 8 practice probelms
showing all your work; completing
the self check and showing work.
I WILL BE TOUGH ON THIS PROCESS. JUST DOING IT WITHOUT THE WRITTEN DOWN WORK DOESN'T CUT IT.
Please join Prodigy classroom code: 30264B

Link to online book

Balanced Literacy 
Fox West Community Time

 Verbs packet III (All)
Journaling (3 out of 6 on board0
 Scope magazine articles p.2627 and 2829
Read Law #3  be able to answer why change is important in leadership
Sumdog (Verbs practice)

Project Block 
Reading STAR testing, then work on CSI:Me slide show.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
Read pages 6671 in the Forces, Motion, and Energy Textbook
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period and ELT Logistics 
Regular Polygons
MathHelp Lessons 8th Grade Common Core Chapter 8 Geometry:
Unit 2: Angle Pairs 
A: Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1) (79063) 

B: Vocabulary (79064) 

C: Given Lines are Parallel (79065) 
Unit 3: Angles and Triangles 
A: Angles of a Triangle (79066) 

B: Sides of a Triangle (79067) 

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Friday September 29, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 1 
Day 1 
Success seems to be largely a matter of hanging on after others have let go. William Feather
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Math STAR Testing, then record Wolf Ridge experience and add reflection to slide show when finished.

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them
Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Exterior Angles Practice; Angle sum
2. Pages 5256 all
3. Log into and go through mathhelp. You may use an account if you have it, otherwise, follow the Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs
3. Sign up for a Prodigy account at prodigy.com and join class: D243C3
4.Finish SUMDOG 1st assessment and play.

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine a linear equation in slope intercept form from a graph.
Direct Variation (79043)
CLASSWORK: Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Direct Variation (79043)
REMEMBER 
completing a lesson involves
watching the videos and taking
notes in your notebook or binder;
completing the 8 practice probelms
showing all your work; completing
the self check and showing work.
I WILL BE TOUGH ON THIS PROCESS. JUST DOING IT WITHOUT THE WRITTEN DOWN WORK DOESN'T CUT IT.
Please join Prodigy classroom code: 30264B


Balanced Literacy 
Fox West Community Time

 Verbs packet III (All)
Journaling (3 out of 6 on board0
 Scope magazine articles p.2627 and 2829
Read Law #3  be able to answer why change is important in leadership
Sumdog (Verbs practice)

Project Block 
Reading STAR testing, then work on CSI:Me slide show.

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
Explore the different types of simple machines, then try putting simple machines to work
Mechanical Advantage: Lever and Ramp;
Pulleys  single and block/tackle
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period Logistics 

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.


Thursday September 28, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 6 
Day 2 
The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today. H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

Target: Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them
Find the interior angle sum of any polygon.
Find the measure of an exterior angle if given the interior angle and vice versa.
1. Exterior Angles Practice; Angle sum
2. Pages 5256 all
3. Log into and go through mathhelp. You may use an account if you have it, otherwise, follow the Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs
3. Sign up for a Prodigy account at prodigy.com and join class: D243C3
4.Finish SUMDOG 1st assessment and play.

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine a linear equation in slope intercept form from a graph.
Direct Variation (79043)
CLASSWORK: Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Direct Variation (79043)
REMEMBER 
completing a lesson involves
watching the videos and taking
notes in your notebook or binder;
completing the 8 practice probelms
showing all your work; completing
the self check and showing work.
I WILL BE TOUGH ON THIS PROCESS. JUST DOING IT WITHOUT THE WRITTEN DOWN WORK DOESN'T CUT IT.
Please join Prodigy classroom code: 30264B


Balanced Literacy 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

 Verbs packet III (All)
Journaling (3 out of 6 on board0
 Scope magazine articles p.2627 and 2829
Read Law #3  be able to answer why change is important in leadership
Sumdog (Verbs practice)

Project Block 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
Explore the different types of simple machines, then try putting simple machines to work
Mechanical Advantage: Lever and Ramp;
Pulleys  single and block/tackle
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period Logistics 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.





Wednesday September 27, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 5 
Day 1 
Life is an adventure in forgiveness.Norman Cousins
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

Target: Identify supplementary and complementary angles.
1. Vocabulary activity  adjacent and vertical angles and angle sums
2. Complete POLYGON sheet
3. Log into and go through mathhelp. You may use an account if you have it, otherwise, follow the Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs
3. Sign up for a Prodigy account at prodigy.com and join class: D243C3
4.Finish SUMDOG 1st assessment and play.

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine a linear equation in slope intercept form from a graph.
Direct Variation (79043)
CLASSWORK: Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Direct Variation (79043)
REMEMBER 
completing a lesson involves
watching the videos and taking
notes in your notebook or binder;
completing the 8 practice probelms
showing all your work; completing
the self check and showing work.
I WILL BE TOUGH ON THIS PROCESS. JUST DOING IT WITHOUT THE WRITTEN DOWN WORK DOESN'T CUT IT.
Please join Prodigy classroom code: 30264B

TEST
You may use calculators but you may not ask any questions.
You need to finish it in the class period and turn it in.
No Homework!

Balanced Literacy 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

 Verbs packet III (All)
Journaling (3 out of 6 on board0
 Scope magazine articles p.2627 and 2829
Read Law #3  be able to answer why change is important in leadership
Sumdog (Verbs practice)

Project Block 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

Standards:

 Plan an investigation to provide evidence that the change in an object’s motion depends on the sum of the forces on the object and the mass of the object.
 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the kinetic energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object.
Use your notes or create a digital document and explain/define the following:
 Work (science definition  involves force and movement)
 Joule
 power
 work input and work output
 mechanical advantage
 mechanical efficiency
 Machine  what is a machine, and what are the main simple machines?
 Explain each type of simple machine
 List examples/find pictures to illustrate
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period Logistics 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Tuesday September 26, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 4 
Day 2 
I believe things cannot make themselves impossible. Stephen Hawking
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

Target: Identify supplementary and complementary angles.
1. Vocabulary activity  adjacent and vertical angles and angle sums
2. Complete POLYGON sheet
3. Log into and go through mathhelp. You may use an account if you have it, otherwise, follow the Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs
3. Sign up for a Prodigy account at prodigy.com and join class: D243C3
4.Finish SUMDOG 1st assessment and play.

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine a linear equation in slope intercept form from a graph.
Using Tables and SlopeIntercept Form (79042)
CLASSWORK: Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Using Tables and SlopeIntercept Form (79042)
REMEMBER 
completing a lesson involves
watching the videos and taking
notes in your notebook or binder;
completing the 8 practice probelms
showing all your work; completing
the self check and showing work.
I WILL BE TOUGH ON THIS PROCESS. JUST DOING IT WITHOUT THE WRITTEN DOWN WORK DOESN'T CUT IT.
Please join Prodigy classroom code: 30264B

Review for Wednesday's Test using mathhelp lesson's listed on Monday's agenda.

Balanced Literacy 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

 Verbs packet III (All)
Journaling (3 out of 6 on board0
 Scope magazine articles p.2627 and 2829
Read Law #3  be able to answer why change is important in leadership
Sumdog (Verbs practice)

Project Block 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

Review quiz answers and complete online quiz: (you may want to practice first)
That Quiz for FWA Class of 2018
That Quiz for FWA Class of 2019
Use your notes or create a digital document and explain/define the following:
 Work (science definition  involves force and movement)
 Joule
 power
 work input and work output
 mechanical advantage
 mechanical efficiency
 Machine  what is a machine, and what are the main simple machines?
 Explain each type of simple machine
 List examples/find pictures to illustrate
Tuesday: complete Simple Machines Lesson 1 Packet
Previous Notes: Newton 1 & 2; Newton's 3rd Law; Conversion of mass/force of gravity/Newtons

HELP Period Logistics 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Monday September 25, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 3 
Day 1 
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

Target: Identify supplementary and complementary angles.
1. Vocabulary activity  adjacent and vertical angles and angle sums
2. Complete POLYGON sheet
3. Log into and go through mathhelp. You may use an account if you have it, otherwise, follow the Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs
3. Sign up for a Prodigy account at prodigy.com and join class: D243C3
4.Finish SUMDOG 1st assessment and play.

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine a linear equation in slope intercept form from a graph.
Using Graphs and SlopeIntercept Form (79041)
CLASSWORK: Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Using Graphs and SlopeIntercept Form (79041)
REMEMBER 
completing a lesson involves
watching the videos and taking
notes in your notebook or binder;
completing the 8 practice probelms
showing all your work; completing
the self check and showing work.
I WILL BE TOUGH ON THIS PROCESS. JUST DOING IT WITHOUT THE WRITTEN DOWN WORK DOESN'T CUT IT.
Please join Prodigy classroom code: 30264B

Complete the Chapter 1 Review Assigned on Friday
End of chapter review. Use classtime to complete and check the following review questions.
This will be do Tueday.
LessonbyLesson Review
Pages 6366
1175 ODD AND
121 ODD page 67
HOMEWORK: REVIEW FOR TEST USING MATHHELP LESSONS BELOW
The following mathhelp lessons would be great ones to review prior to Chapter 1 Test.
Combining Like Terms (80009)
Distributive Property (80010)
Distributive / Like Terms (80011)
OneStep Equations (80012)
TwoStep Equations (80013)
Translating English to Algebra (80024)
The Coordinate System (80040)
Domain and Range (80041)
Definition of a Function (80042)
Function and Arrow Notation (80043)

Balanced Literacy 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

 Verbs packet III (All)
Journaling (3 out of 6 on board0
 Scope magazine articles p.2627 and 2829
Read Law #3  be able to answer why change is important in leadership
Sumdog (Verbs practice)

Project Block 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

Review quiz answers and complete online quiz: (you may want to practice first)
That Quiz for FWA Class of 2018
That Quiz for FWA Class of 2019
Use your notes or create a digital document and explain/define the following:
 Work (science definition  involves force and movement)
 Joule
 power
 work input and work output
 mechanical advantage
 mechanical efficiency
 Machine  what is a machine, and what are the main simple machines?
 Explain each type of simple machine
 List examples/find pictures to illustrate
Tuesday: complete Simple Machines Lesson 1 Packet

HELP Period Logistics 
6th Grade is enjoying learninjg at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat, SUMDOG
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Friday September 22, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 2 
Day 2 
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Review Factors, Multiples, and Prime Factorization
2. Discuss and prepare for STAR testing

Target: Identify supplementary and complementary angles.
1. Vocabulary activity  adjacent and vertical angles and angle sums
2. Complete POLYGON sheet
3. Log into and go through mathhelp. You may use an account if you have it, otherwise, follow the Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs
3. Sign up for a Prodigy account at prodigy.com and join class: D243C3
4.Finish SUMDOG 1st assessment and play.

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine slope given two coordinates of a line.
MR. HALL gone so today's classwork will be with mathhelp
Using Coordinates to Find Slope (79038)
CLASSWORK:
Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Lesson: Using Coordinates to Find Slope (79038)
Using Coordinates to Find Slope (79038)
REMEMBER  completing a lesson involves watching the videos and taking notes in your notebook or binder; completing the 8 practice probelms showing all your work; completing the self check and showing work. I WILL BE TOUGH ON THIS PROCESS. JUST DOING IT WITHOUT THE WRITTEN DOWN WORK DOESN'T CUT IT.

End of chapter review. Use classtime to complete and check the following review questions.
This will be do Tueday.
LessonbyLesson Review
Pages 6366
1175 ODD
AND
121 ODD page 67
HOMEWORK:
REVIEW FOR TEST USING MATHHELP LESSONS BELOW
The following mathhelp lessons would be great ones to review prior to Chapter 1 Test.
Combining Like Terms (80009)
Distributive Property (80010)
Distributive / Like Terms (80011)
OneStep Equations (80012)
TwoStep Equations (80013)
Translating English to Algebra (80024)
The Coordinate System (80040)
Domain and Range (80041)
Definition of a Function (80042)
Function and Arrow Notation (80043)

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Project Block 
CSI ME PROJECT
Ed Puzzle Login
Code to get in sisimar
Physics
Newton's laws of motion.
Preview study.com lesson on forces
Discussion on three laws

CNN 10
All class instruction/discussion:
studyguide course  click the following link to join
classroom code  coyp and paste the following grayant6073
Independent Worktime: Take the physics quiz on THATQUIZ
HOMEWORK:
Play the "simple net force" game
LINK TO NOTES on Newton's Laws 1 & 2

HELP Period Logistics 
Wolf Ridge Information
Reminder that there will be an informational meeting on Monday at 6PM in the Fox West classrooms covering Wolf Ridge details.
I will post a video Monday as well.
First day of ELT  use this time to preview tommorow's leader lesson on personal bank accounts. Please read pages 3146.

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat,
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.


German students missing 8th Hour 
Click the following linnk study.com
Use your hasd login ex. fredhall@hasd.org to create an account
Save your password somewhere safe.
Copy and paste the following code to begin your coursework: maroonrat1393
Watch the first two videos and complete the quiz questions.


Thursday September 21, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 1 
Day 1 
Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little. Edmund Burke
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Review Factors, Multiples, and Prime Factorization
2. Star testing
Optional extra practice:
Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs

Target: Identify supplementary and complementary angles.
1. Introduce design challenge
2. Complete p.23 letter B (16)
3. Log into and go through mathhelp. You may use an account if you have it, otherwise, follow the Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs
3. Sign up for a Prodigy account at prodigy.com and join class: D243C3
4.Finish SUMDOG 1st assessment and play.

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine slope and yintercept from a graph.
I can determine a linear equation from a graph.
HOMEWORK:
Mathelp lesson Using Graphs and SlopeIntercept Form (79041)
Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Lesson: Using the Graph of a Line to Find Slope (79035)
Using Graphs and SlopeIntercept Form (79041)

Lesson 1.7 Part II
HOMEWORK:
The following mathhelp lessons would be great ones to review prior to Chapter 1 Test.
Combining Like Terms (80009)
Distributive Property (80010)
Distributive / Like Terms (80011)
OneStep Equations (80012)
TwoStep Equations (80013)

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Project Block 
CSI ME PROJECT
Work time on All About Me slideshow that should include a slide covering the following and more: family; favorite class at school; wordle; hobbies; dreams; fears; dislikes; something unique about yourself; ...
Each slide should contain a image or image collage and descriptive word or phrase
Physics
Newton's laws of motion.
Preview study.com lesson on forces
Discussion on three laws

CNN 10
All class instruction/discussion:
studyguide course  click the following link to join
classroom code  coyp and paste the following grayant6073
Independent Worktime:
HOMEWORK:
LINK TO NOTES on Newton's Laws 1 & 2

HELP Period Logistics 
Wolf Ridge Information
Reminder that there will be an informational meeting on Monday at 6PM in the Fox West classrooms covering Wolf Ridge details.
I will post a video Monday as well.
First day of ELT  use this time to preview tommorow's leader lesson on personal bank accounts. Please read pages 3146.

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat,
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.


German students missing 8th Hour 
Click the following linnk study.com
Use your hasd login ex. fredhall@hasd.org to create an account
Save your password somewhere safe.
Copy and paste the following code to begin your coursework: maroonrat1393
Watch the first two videos and complete the quiz questions.



Wednesday September 20, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 6 
Day 2 
Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first. Mark Twain
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Review Factors, Multiples, and Prime Factorization
2. Common Factors and Factor Trees practice
3. Sumdog login and practice
4. Prodigy account  login and join class 794029
Math Stretch (Accelerated)
1. Discuss/Review Benchmark Angles
2. Review the following:
What is a polygon?
Definition of complementary and supplementary
Pracitce using an angle ruler
3. Demonstration of skills
4. (OPTIONAL)
Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs

Target: Identify supplementary and complementary angles.
1. Introduce design challenge
2. Complete p.23 letter B (16)
3. Log into and go through mathhelp. You may use an account if you have it, otherwise, follow the Mathhelp link: User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown: Chapter 7: Geometry ( G) Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs
3. Sign up for a Prodigy account at prodigy.com and join class: D243C3
4.Finish SUMDOG 1st assessment and play.

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine slope and yintercept from a graph.
I can determine a linear equation from a graph.
HOMEWORK:
Mathelp lesson Using Graphs and SlopeIntercept Form (79041)
Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Lesson: Using the Graph of a Line to Find Slope (79035)
Using Graphs and SlopeIntercept Form (79041)

Lesson 1.7 Part II
HOMEWORK:
The following mathhelp lessons would be great ones to review prior to Chapter 1 Test.
Combining Like Terms (80009)
Distributive Property (80010)
Distributive / Like Terms (80011)
OneStep Equations (80012)
TwoStep Equations (80013)

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Project Block 
CSI ME PROJECT
Work time on All About Me slideshow that should include a slide covering the following and more: family; favorite class at school; wordle; hobbies; dreams; fears; dislikes; something unique about yourself; ...
Each slide should contain a image or image collage and descriptive word or phrase
Physics
Newton's laws of motion.
Preview study.com lesson on forces
Discussion on three laws

CNN 10
All class instruction/discussion:
studyguide course  click the following link to join
classroom code  coyp and paste the following grayant6073
Independent Worktime:
HOMEWORK:
LINK TO NOTES on Newton's Laws 1 & 2

HELP Period Logistics 
Wolf Ridge Information
Reminder that there will be an informational meeting on Monday at 6PM in the Fox West classrooms covering Wolf Ridge details.
I will post a video Monday as well.
First day of ELT  use this time to preview tommorow's leader lesson on personal bank accounts. Please read pages 3146.

8th Grade HELP Period:
1. Take a 15 minute break  music, school appropriate game, whisper chat,
2. Mathhelp lesson to review or preview what we are currently working on.
3. Complete any physics video you have not completed from the day before.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.


German students missing 8th Hour 
Click the following linnk study.com
Use your hasd login ex. fredhall@hasd.org to create an account
Save your password somewhere safe.
Copy and paste the following code to begin your coursework: maroonrat1393
Watch the first two videos and complete the quiz questions.



Tuesday September 19, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 5 
Day 1 
Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first. Mark Twain
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Introducs and discuss Greatest Common Factor, Prime Factorization, and Least Common Multiple
2. Common Factors and Factor Trees practice
3. Sumdog login and practice
Play each of the following games:
Math Stretch (Accelerated)
Extra time with 6th grade math

Target: Identify supplementary and complementary angles.
1. Correct p.31
2. Review complementary and supplementary angles; check in on complementary, supplementary, drawing angles, and measuring angles.
3. Sign up for a Prodigy account at prodigy.com and join class: D243C3
4.Finish SUMDOG 1st assessment and play.

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine slope and yintercept provide a linear equation in slopeintercept form.
I can graph a linear equation given a linear equation in slopeintercept form.
HOMEWORK:
Worksheet practicing today's learning targets.
If you struggled to understand today's lesson or are struggling with tonights homework swtich to mathhelp. Watch the instructional videos and attempt the 8 probelms.
Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Lesson: Using SlopeIntercept Form to Graph a Line (79039)

Lesson 1.6 Part II
Relations and various ways to represent them.
Table, Coordinates, Graph, Mapping & Domain and Range
Interpreting graphs
Independent/Dependent variables.
HOMEWORK:
Pages 4345
37 ODD; 1523 ODD; 2735 ODD
due Tuesday
The following mathhelp lessons would be great ones to review prior to Chapter 1 Test.
Combining Like Terms (80009)
Distributive Property (80010)
Distributive / Like Terms (80011)
OneStep Equations (80012)
TwoStep Equations (80013)

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Project Block 
CSI ME PROJECT
Work time on All About Me slideshow that should include a slide covering the following and more: family; favorite class at school; wordle; hobbies; dreams; fears; dislikes; something unique about yourself; ...
Each slide should contain a image or image collage and descriptive word or phrase
Physics
Newton's first law.
PHET simulation
What we have tomorrow. Net forces, push the van demo.

Watched CNN 10
All class instruction/discussion
studyguide course  click the following link to join
classroom code  coyp and paste the following grayant6073
ALL CLASS demonstration outside.
Collected data on how long it took different groups to push Mr. Hall's van 40 meters.
HOMEWORK:
Review your physics notes paying close attention to key terms and concepts. Click here to find a copy of Mr. Hall's and Mr. Lundstrom's notes.

Logistics 
Wolf Ridge Information
Reminder that there will be an informational meeting on Monday at 6PM in the Fox West classrooms covering Wolf Ridge details.
I will post a video Monday as well.
First day of ELT  use this time to preview tommorow's leader lesson on personal bank accounts. Please read pages 3146.

First Day of ELT: Work on your math.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Monday September 18, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 4 
Day 2 
Put your heart, mind, and soul into even your smallest acts. This is the secret of success. Swami Sivananda
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Discuss/revise expectations
2. Common Factors and Factor Trees practice
3. Sumdog login and practice
Play each of the following games:
Math Stretch (Accelerated)
Extra time with 6th grade math

Target: Estimate, using benchmark angles, and then find the actual angle measure.
1. practice measuring and drawing angles with protractors and angle rulers in class (p. 21 & 22)
2. Define complementary and supplementary
3. Extra practice (due tomorrow)  p.31 #31 and 32
4.Complete SUMDOG SUMDOG 1st assessment
Practice using a protractor; prepare to use one in class tomorrow:
Protractor practice
Interactive protractor

Thinking with Math Models
I can determine slope and yintercept provide a linear equation in slopeintercept form.
I can graph a linear equation given a linear equation in slopeintercept form.
HOMEWORK:
Worksheet practicing today's learning targets.
If you struggled to understand today's lesson or are struggling with tonights homework swtich to mathhelp. Watch the instructional videos and attempt the 8 probelms.
Mathhelp link:
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Lesson: Using SlopeIntercept Form to Graph a Line (79039)

Lesson 1.6 Part II
Relations and various ways to represent them.
Table, Coordinates, Graph, Mapping & Domain and Range
Interpreting graphs
Independent/Dependent variables.
HOMEWORK:
Pages 4345
37 ODD; 1523 ODD; 2735 ODD
due Tuesday
The following mathhelp lessons would be great ones to review prior to Chapter 1 Test.
Combining Like Terms (80009)
Distributive Property (80010)
Distributive / Like Terms (80011)
OneStep Equations (80012)
TwoStep Equations (80013)

Balanced Literacy 
Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Helping Verbs Quiz Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Project Block 
CSI ME PROJECT
Work time on All About Me slideshow that should include a slide covering the following and more: family; favorite class at school; wordle; hobbies; dreams; fears; dislikes; something unique about yourself; ...
Each slide should contain a image or image collage and descriptive word or phrase
Physics
Newton's first law.
PHET simulation
What we have tomorrow. Net forces, push the van demo.

Watched CNN 10
All class instruction/discussion
Prepped for the pushing Mr. Hall's van activity. Concepts covered. Net or resulantant force; newtons; ..
ALL CLASS demonstration outside.
Collected data on how long it took different groups to push Mr. Hall's van 40 meters.
HOMEWORK:
Review your physics notes paying close attention to key terms and concepts. Click here to find a copy of Mr. Hall's and Mr. Lundstrom's notes.

Logistics 
Wolf Ridge Information
Reminder that there will be an informational meeting on Monday at 6PM in the Fox West classrooms covering Wolf Ridge details.
I will post a video Monday as well.
First day of ELT  use this time to preview tommorow's leader lesson on personal bank accounts. Please read pages 3146.

First Day of ELT: Work on your math.
PLEASE SAVE ANY 2L BOTTLES YOU MAY HAVE AND BRING THEM TO SCHOOL FOR ROCKETS.



Friday September 15, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th and 7th Grade Day 
Day 3 
Day 1 
Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible
Francis of Assisi
*Please talk to your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
Course 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 
Algebra 
Math 
Target: Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100
1. Discuss/revise expectations
2. Common Factors and Factor Trees
3. Sumdog login and 1st assessment
Play each of the following games:
Math Stretch (Accelerated)
Target: Estimate, using benchmark angles, and then find the actual angle measure.
*Details under 7th grade math
Play the Angle Etimation Game

Target: Estimate, using benchmark angles, and then find the actual angle measure.
1. Review benchmark angles
2. Using a protractor
3. Small group measuring angles
4.Complete SUMDOG SUMDOG 1st assessment
Practice using a protractor; prepare to use one in class tomorrow:
Protractor practice
Interactive protractor

Thinking with Math Models
Reviewed determining slope from a graph of a line. slope equals rise over run.
Online notes
Introduced how slope formula Y2Y1 over X2  X1
HOMEWORK:
Mathhelp link
If you do not remember your password please feel free to use mine:
User  fwamath
Password  fwa2016
Common Core Dropdown
Select Grade 8
Lesson to PREVIEW
Using Coordinates to Find Slope (79038)

Lesson 1.6 Part ! Relations and various ways to represent them.
Table, Coordinates, Graph, Mapping & Domain and Range
HOMEWORK:
due Thursday
Review for Thursday's quiz.
To review, spend some time in the the following mathhelp lessons:
Combining Like Terms (80009)
Distributive Property (80010)
Distributive / Like Terms (80011)
OneStep Equations (80012)
TwoStep Equations (80013)

Balanced Literacy 

Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Circle Up
o Share synonyms for love and hate, and add good and bad
o Draw POS graphic
o Intro How to Step Up
Sm. Group/Work Time
o Meet with Mrs. K for Habit 1 Review
o Read p. 111 with partner
o Other weekly tasks
Wrap Up
o Spelling Pretest

Weekly Learning Targets Sheet
Circle Up
o Share synonyms for love and hate, and add good and bad
o Draw POS graphic
o Intro How to Step Up
Sm. Group/Work Time
o Meet with Mrs. K for Habit 1 Review
o Read p. 111 with partner
o    
