Monday: Different Group movements for Civil Rights in America (packet due Tuesday)
Tuesday: 9/11 Interactive Timeline : Use Timeline graphic Organizer to create notes on 10 most important events that occured during 9/11.
Science: Science EOG next week, Tuesday May 29th
Monday: Turn in Water Coach book worksheet and begin on Energy Forms and Transfer. (Due Tuesday)
Tuesday: Finish Energy Forms and Transfer and begin Chemistry EOG Coach book (Due Friday).
Wednesday; Work on Chemistry EOG Coach book (due Friday).
Early Finishers use these resources:
Introduction to Evolution and Similarities and Differences
Vocabulary Hangman (use sets 569, 570, 571, 572)
Monday: Read "The Civil Rights Movement Continues" and answer #4 (complete the three sentences). Complete the video watching summary worksheet
1. Watch the video "The Little Rock Nine "
2. Watch the video "The Greensboro Sit Ins"
3. Watch the video "The Freedom Rides"
4. Watch the video "The Selma to Montgomery March"
5. Watch the video "The Watts Riots"
Tuesday: Read "Other Americans seek rights": Answer questions 4,5 and 6
Choose one famous civil rights court case and complete the editorial page and famous person's desk graphic organizer using the research you've found on that particular case.
Plessy vs. Ferguson
Brown vs. Board of Education
Miranda vs. Arizona
Tinker vs. Des Moines School Board
Hernandez vs. Texas
Monday: Start on EOG Coach book for Hydroshere (due Thursday)
Tuesday: Continue working on Hydrosphere EOG Coachbook
Monday: What "civil rights" mean and origins in the Magna Carta. Civil Right activity worksheet
Use the list of vocabulary words and choose your four favorite to complete the vocabulary exercise
Homework: Finish vocabulary exercise
Tuesday: Read from Textbook, "The Beginnings of the Civil Rights Movement". Answer Questions 1a, 1b and 2a, 2b. Watch video on Jackie Robinson and then complete the primary source document on Jackie Robinson.
Wednesday: Montgomery Bus Boycotts: After viewing a video will explore primary source documents dealing with the Bus Boycotts conducted during the civil rights era. We will follow along with this "Teaching Tolerance: Bus Boycott" website. Answer the questions from each section using this worksheet.
Thursday: Dr. Martin Luther King speech
Friday: Timeline for the Civil Rights movement and worksheet.
Monday: Complete the EOG Review on How Cells obtain and use energy. Turn in during class
When finished complete the multi media text sets:
Energy, ATP, and Essential Nutrients
Digestion and Respiration
Homework: Review vocabulary and read this unit summary
Tuesday: Work on completing Cell energy requirements EOG review coach book, and Ecosystems EOG review coach book (due Wednesday). Start on Healthy eating and disease EOG Coach book (due Friday).
Homework: Review essential Ecosystems vocabulary and read the Ecosystems unit summary.
Wednesday: Turn in the Ecosystems EOG Coaches book answers and begin on the Human Health and disease EOG Coaches book.
Thursday: Work on Human Health and Disease Coach Book (due Friday). Turn in early if finished and start reviewing Evolution with Introduction to Evolution Webquest
Friday: "Apocalyptic" pathogen introduction
Finish and turn in Human Health and Disease Coach Book and begin on Introduction to Evolution Webquest.
Similarities and Differences: understanding homology and analogy
STEM Elective: Gardening Three Sisters Game Planting Game
EE: Ecology EOG review
Social Studies: We continue to study the Cold War and its short, and long term effects. Students will create a “display” to show their research. Their display can take any form of their choosing (poster, PowerPoint, brochure, video, etc.) so long as it contains all of the required elements below. Students must choose from the list of events/policies below unless otherwise approved by the teacher.
Monday: Space Race Timeline (due Tuesday)
Tuesday: Cuban Missile Crisis Timeline (due Thursday)
Wednesday: finish Cuban Missile Crisis
Thursday: Vietnam War Notes and Webquest (webquest due Friday)
Friday: finish Vietnam War with timeline.
Science: We will wrap up our study of Ecology this week. Thursday will be our test on Ecology
Monday: Energy Pyramids and Food Chains
Tuesday: Ecological relationships (symbiosis and competitive)
Wednesday: Review Ecology Unit Concept 1 Concept 2 Concept 3 Concept 4 (did you write enough down on the What's Important and Why-open note sheet?)
Thursday: Ecology Test. Use Model Ecosystem simulation after the test (turn sound off :)
Friday: Earth Day Lesson
. Social Studies
Monday: Berlin Airlift
Tuesday: Iron Curtan
Wednesday: NATO and Warsaw Pact Webquest (Due Thursday) and Vocabulary (Due Friday). Use PowerPoint to help complete the Vocab.
Thursday: Cold War espionage
Friday: Korean War Period reading. Answer Questions 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 4, 5, 6.
Ater finishing the reading questions do the Korean War Webquest.
Monday: Continue Geochemical cycles of matter Powerpoint
Tuesday: Finish Geochemical cycle notes/activities with Nitrogen Cycle
Wednesday: Population Growth
Thursday: Ecological relationships: Predation, Competition, and Symbiosis
Friday: Ecology video
E.E. Water Unit Review
8-2: One Zoom Tree of Life
Introduction to Ecology PowerPoint advertisement of biome project
Monday: Students will evaluate the reasons behind the internment of Japanese Americans and the effect it
had on the home-front.
Tuesday: Students will understand how Hitler was able to brainwash Germany with Nazi propaganda.
Students will write about the Holocaust and how to prevent it from ever happening again
Timeline of events website to research about the Holocaust.
Wednesday: Students will be review on WWII by completing a crossword puzzle and by playing a review game
Thursday: Social Studies Test on World War 2
Friday: CFA for Quarter 3. Read the Roots of the Cold War Pages 836-841. Answer questions 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, and 3
Monday: Introduction to Ecology PowerPoint advertisement of biome project
Tuesday: Dichotomous keys in Ecology classification notes using notes from yesterday.
Wednesday: Present Biome advertisements.
Thursday: Introduce Geo chemical cycles of Matter
Friday: Finish Water, and Carbon cycles and start Nitrogen Cycle.
8-2: Video "How Wolves Change Rivers"
Tuesday: Science resources. Evolutionary Relationships: Pictures to use for Table 1 After finishing the Evolutionary Relationships complete "The Tree of Life" using this website.
Wednesday: Random Dice simulator for Build a Beast project
Monday: Retaking Europe and Battles in the Pacific (maps in class due at the end of class)
Tuesday: Students will analyze and interpret the impact of the bombing of Pearl Harbor in the U.S.
Use this "The Story of Hiroshima" website as a resource on the Atomic bombs tested and used in WW2. Summarize your answers on this paper.
- Students will identify the ways U.S. domestic policy changed as a result of WWII. Complete Analysis of Primary Source Documents - Atomic Bomb - Hiroshima and Nagasaki, after reviewing PowerPoint.
Monday: Quiz on Evolution (you can use your Study Guide). Build a Beast projects due.
Tuesday: 1. Spheres of the Earth- use this Exploring Earth website.
2. Make a list of 12 things you can see outdoors and label each with the category or “sphere” in which it belongs
3. Make a concept map using the following terms (Earth, hydrosphere, animals, atmosphere, rocks, lithosphere, biosphere, oxygen, oceans, bricks, ozone, rivers, plants, mountains, bacteria, wind, snow)
Wednesday: 1.Review our Understanding of Evolution webquest.
2. Go to Natural Selection simulation and fill in the Data table.
3. If you finish both then either a) choose a PhET Simulation of your choice to explore (can be Science or Math related), or, b) play "Who wants to be a Million dollars" game.
Thursday: Finish previous days activities
Friday: Watch video "How Wolves Change Rivers". Next do reading (green sheet) and complete the "Decision Tree. If you finish early ask for "Wolves keep Yellowstone in Balance" papers.
E.E. Evidence of Evolution
Social Studies: Start next unit on America's involvement in World War 2.
Science: Evolution Test on Monday April 2nd.
Saturday: Investigate website using an interactive map displaying the evolutionary relationships between 1.8 million species of life on our planet. Each leaf on the tree represents a species and the branches show how they are connected through evolution. Use this link (www.onezoom.og/life.html). Complete the questions on this "Tree of Life" worksheet and use it as a guide while exploring the website.
Monday: Students will demonstrate the process of evolution through natural selection.
Wednesday: Work on the Build the Beast Project (Due Monday). Begin working on the Evolution Test Study Guide. Using this PowerPoint to help complete the Study Guide may help. Quiz on Monday-you may use your Study Guide o the Quiz.
Monday: Compare the Hoover vs. FDR using this study guide and watching this video. Fill out this chart using research sites that do not include Wikipedia. HW: Read about Roosevelt and the New Deal
Tuesday: Notes on the Great Depression. Research this website on the Dust Bowl and complete a drawing about it and a three line poem (it can be longer if you would like)
Wednesday: Read "Life in the Great Depression" and answer questions 1 (a & b), 2 (a & b), 3 and 4. Complete primary source photo analysis of the Great Depression.
Thursday: Read "Legacy of the New Deal" and answer questions 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b and 3. After read and research from this website to compare and contrast two different view points of the New Deal Legacy.
Monday: Evolution Vocabulary reading and review worksheet. Notes on Evolution and start video on Charles Darwin.
Tuesday: Notes on adaptation and mutations and lab on different beak types of similar species bird. Use this video link to answer the 15 questions on the Evolution: Mutation Nation note sheet. Answer the questions and turn in by Friday
Wednesday: Explore Phet simulation on Radioactive decay dating. Take notes and complete individual activity on how radioactive dating is used to determine the age of fossils.
Thursday: Evidence of evolution notes and then complete the 8 stations in class.