Monday: Ch.7.4, “It’s your Fault” PPT and organizer. Kahoot teamwork review with ipads. Chap7Sect4 Faults- PPT
HW: Finish Edusmart review from last Friday, look over your study guide for questions to review.
Tuesday: Check edusmart and review any study guide questions. Apply your techterm understanding with the Milky Way Lab investigation. HW: Study 2 study guides, your HSN notes on Inside the Earth, and seafloor map for your unit 3 test.
Wednesday: Unit 3 Test, Set up next unit cover page and standards.
Thursday: Intro to Survivor Science:!!! Create totem poles and tribal names. First team STEM challenge.
Friday: Water on Earth, Day1. Survivor Conservation Challenge.
Monday: Effects of WWII AC Powerpoint: the people, culture, and geography HW: MB p. 95-97 if you did not do it last week.
Tuesday: Field Trip HW: Study causes and effects of WWII. Make sure you have not fallen behind with your MB pages. You should have pages 87-94 completed for this unit.
Wednesday: Lesson on Cold War PPT and Organizer, Brainpop. Make sure you have completed p. 87-94 in your MB from last week. Tonight’s homework is to complete p. 95-97. These pages will count as a quiz grade on Thursday.
Thursday: IRespond quiz on MB pages. The Butter Battle by Dr. Seuss/ Imagery of The Cold War. The Great Divide.
Friday: Field Trip to Berlin Videolesson ad Blue Book research on the Cold War.
Monday: Density Part 2- Investigate and Evaluate the Soda Lab. Write Conclusions in class time. Complete extension activities if needed. Begin last 2 columns of HW research, HW: Layers of the Earth research chart. Due Thursday.
Tuesday: Layers of the Earth and Plate Techtonics Edusmart Lesson. Bring Earbuds.
Wednesday: videolesson- Into the Earth, Discovery Series.
Thursday: Heat Transfer and Convection Currents PPT and closed notes. HW: 1 page review
Friday: Layers of the Earth research table and foldable illustration.
In Science this year, we have a tech term midterm assessment on Dec. 15th.
Midterm Flashcard Directions to help you review!
Obtain 100 index cards that you can use to make your flashcards (plain white OR bright colored). Large or small, your choice…..please make sure that you stay consistent and use the same size!
Decide which CLOSED SYSTEM you will use so that the index cards will not get lost. Examples include a plastic baggie (easiest and cheapest), composition notebook that you tape the index cards into, spiral bound, or use a metal ring. (I would be more than happy to provide a hole puncher for the index cards so that you can insert the metal ring).
Follow the schedule below to help you pace yourself so that you don’t get overwhelmed. DO NOT LEAVE THESE UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE! You will receive a homework grade for each of the 3 checkpoint dates below!
Print the list from my blog
Cut out the word and the definition.
Paste the word on one side and the definition on the other.
If you would rather write the definition, that is great too! Please make sure you can read what you wrote!!
Remember that practice makes permanent!!! You need to memorize the correct definitions.
Good Luck and do not stress! As long as you follow close to this schedule, you will be fine.
Due 11/10 (Friday) – 38 index cards (START at Chap 3.1 and continue to end Chap 10.2)
Due 12/1 (Friday) – 49 more index cards for a total of 87 (START at Chap 10.3 go to 7.2)
Due 12/8 (Friday) – the remaining 13 index cards for a grand total of 100
Hotlink to the click and print word list/definitions!
Learn about growing issues in the East Cobb Community:
Parent Information Night
October 26th at 6:30 PM in the HTMS Theater
Please join us for an interactive discussion with Jeff Dess the coordinator of the Prevention Intervention Center of Cobb County Schools. Additionally, he is an author and inspirational speaker for young people and adults alike. He has been effectively working with kids, teens, and adults for over 25 years.
He will be at HTMS to address current trends facing our teens and to answer questions from parents on topics such as:
Bullying Behavior, Cyber-Bullying and Violence Prevention