Monday, May 21

  1. Complete Outline for Chapter 13, Section 3.

  2. Turn in tomorrow.

Tuesday, May 22

  1. Research Newton's and Einstein's idea about gravity.

  2. Which idea explains the world as you see it better?  Why do you think so?

  3. Jot down 2 - 3 reasons on the back of the small paragraph on 28A.

Wednesday, May 23

Vocabulary.com  -  Obtain 100,000 over your first submitted score. Turn into google classroom

Thursday, May 24

  1. Complete class work - ISN and Outline

  2. If you do not complete the outline in class.  The online textbook can be found on the Classroom Resources page.

Friday, May 25

None. See you on Tuesday, May 29th

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Monday, May 14

  1. Complete Chapter 13 Section 1 & 2 Outline, if not complete in class.

  2. Finish watching Mythbusters NASA Moon Landing on your discoveryeducation.com account

Tuesday, May 15

Make Meaning of 26A 

Wednesday, May 16 & Thursday, May 17

  1. Research new multi-stage rockets

  2. Explore on the internet

  3. Find the name of a new multi-stage rocket. Have the name in your brain for class tomorrow.

Reminder:  Space X is NOT a rocket.  It is a company that makes rockets and other things.

 

Friday, May 18

None assigned

Be sure have all assignments tape into ISN

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Monday, April 7

Outline 10.1 & 10.2 if you did not turn this in already

Tuesday, April 8

Outline 10.1 & 10.2 if you did not turn this in already

Wednesday, April 9

  1. Check Illuminate.

  2. Email Mrs. O'Brien if you submit any late work to Googleclassroom or into the bin for credit.

  3. This includes Extra Credit for Vocabulary.com. [Check details on Google classroom]

  4. No late work accepted after Friday, May  11th.

Thursday, April 10

LAST DAY to turn in late work is tomorrow.

Friday, April 11

NO LATE work accepted after TODAY.  No exceptions. Please do not ask.

 

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Monday, April 30th - Friday, May 4t

Complete:

  1. Why do objects feel hot or cold paragraph

  2. at least 50,000 on vocabulary .com

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Monday, April 23

  • Chapter 3 - States of Matter Vocabulary Quiz on Wednesday (12 questions: Matching, True/ False and multiple-choice)

  • Use Quizlet

  • Complete Chapter 3 - States of Matter on vocabulary.com

Tuesday, April 24

  • Chapter 3 - States of Matter Vocabulary Quiz on Wednesday (12 questions: Matching, True/ False and multiple-choice)

  • Use Quizlet

  • Complete Chapter 3 - States of Matter on vocabulary.com

Wednesday, April 25

None

Thursday, April 26

None

Friday, April 27

None

 Assign #24A - States of Matter

Assign #24A - States of Matter

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Monday, April 16

  1. Complete Community Service Presentation

  2. States of Matter Quiz on Wednesday

Tuesday, April 17

Complete Community Service Presentation

Wednesday, April 18

Community Service Presentation due TOMORROW

Thursday, April 19 - mini day/ Open House

None

Friday, April 20

FOR ABSENT STUDENTS: 

  1. We worked on the scientific explanation for why objects feel hot or cold.  Check Google classroom for assignment details.

  2. Monday is a block schedule

None assigned unless you were absent - See above.

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Monday, April 9

  1.  Outline pages 96-101

  2. Latin #12

  3. Sign up for Vocabulary Bowl for your class

                Period 1 Vocabulary Bowl

                Period 2 Vocabulary Bowl

                Period 3 Vocabulary Bowl

                Period 4 Vocabulary Bowl

                Period 6 Vocabulary Bowl

Tuesday, April 10

1.  15 minutes - vocabulary.com (see link above)

2.  Classwork from today

I.      Section 1 - States of Matter

  • A.    Outline pages 90 – 95

  • B.    Draw and label – no need to color

  1. Figure 3 on page 92

  2. Figure 6 on page 93

  3. Figure 8 on page 95

II.    Section 3 - The Behavior of Gases

  • A.    Look at all the pictures and read all captions, pages 103- 110

  • B.    Complete  ‘Analyzing Data’ at the top of page 111

  • C.    Read Skills Lab on page 112 – 113

  • D.   Make Data Table on page 112

Wednesday, April 11

15 minutes - vocabulary.com

Thursday, April 12

1.  Presentation from class today is on Google classroom

2.  Study for Latin #12

Friday, April 13

None

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No homework assigned over Spring Break.

Rest up for the last stretch before 9th grade.

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Retake Test Schedule

  • Monday, 3/19 - Periodic Table Quiz Only.  You must complete the Periodic Table March Madness handout to retake this quiz.

  • Tuesday, 3/20 - Carbon Cycle Test and Periodic Table Quiz (see requirement above)

  • Wednesday, 3/21 - Carbon Cycle Test and Periodic Table Quiz (see requirement above)

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Monday, March 19

  1. ISN work

  2. ISN due Wednesday

  3. Click here for the ISN checklist

Tuesday, March 20

  1. ISN work

  2. ISN due tomorrow, Wednesday, March 21

  3. Click here for the ISN Checklist

  4. No late work accepted after tomorrow

Wednesday, March 21

  1. Class work

  2. No late work accepted after today.

  3. You should have turned in your ISN

Thursday, March 22

*Complete Task A - C on the Penguin Graph (PDF that was shared with you from Task #2)

  • Task A - On the graph, find a way to label where and how your group increased the temperature.

  • Task B - On the graph, find a way to label where and how your group decreased the temperature.  

  • Task C - On the graph, find a way to label where and how your group maintained the temperature.

Friday, March 23

  1. None

  2. Have a safe and restful Spring Break.  See you on April 9th.

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Monday, March 12

Study for Periodic Table Quiz tomorrow

Tuesday, March 13

  • Write three questions with answers about the Carbon Cycle.

  • Google classroom assignment.

Wednesday, March 14

Thursday, March 15

Prepare for Carbon Cycle Test tomorrow.

Friday, March 16

None

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Monday, March 5

Write one sentence showing the relationship between the Periodic Table Notes and the Carbon Notes. See my example below.

Feel free to use one of the following sentence frames to help you get started.

1.  Understanding __________________ is vital to examining the __________________ of __________________.

2.  _______________________ and __________________ are composed of ________________________.

3.  Confusion may occur when learning about  __________________ and __________________ because they  have similar/ different_____________.

  Periodic Table notes

Periodic Table notes

  Here is my example.  Make your own.   Notice how the 'stars' are from the terms/idea on the left and the 'check' is from the terms/ ideas on the right.

Here is my example.  Make your own.  Notice how the 'stars' are from the terms/idea on the left and the 'check' is from the terms/ ideas on the right.

 

 

Tuesday, March 6

  1. Complete the Carbon Cycle gizmo handout.

  2. Each student  needs to complete the assessment individually

Wednesday, March 7

  1. Prepare for Latin #11 tomorrow

  2. Reminder:  On Friday, meet directly in the auditorium

Thursday, March 8

  1. Use Quizlet and practice test to prepare for Periodic Table Test - next Tuesday .

  2. Try the Practice Test and bring questions.                                  ACCESS CODE: PROTONS

  3. Reminder:  GO STRAIGHT TO THE AUDITORIUM FOR SCIENCE

Friday, March 9

None assigned.

Reading page 127 - 129 would be helpful.

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Monday,  February 26th

None

Tuesday,  February 27th

None

Wednesday, February 28th

None

Thursday, March 1st

Complete the Carbon Cycle drawing 

  1. Include at least 5 parts (including the ocean)

  2. Include the chemical formulas for substances in those parts (for example, CO2 in the atmosphere)

* BRING green SAMOHI elective sheet tomorrow

Friday, March 2nd

Be sure to turn in your gizmo handout

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  Carbon Notes

Carbon Notes

  Notice how the proton, the red sphere, has a positive charge and how the Helium atom, the blue sphere, is not interested in interacting.    What else do you notice?

Notice how the proton, the red sphere, has a positive charge and how the Helium atom, the blue sphere, is not interested in interacting.

What else do you notice?

Monday, February 19 - Presidents' Day

Tuesday, February 20

  1. Complete lab procedures to test the flexibility, strength and permeability of paper, plastic and metal.

  2. Click here for a copy of the handout for #1 (above).

  3. Record your procedures and data table on the sheet provided in class.

  4. If you were absent, we learned about the number of energy level in each period (row) of the Periodic Table and we learned about the pattern of the valence electrons in Group (column) 1, 2, 13 - 18.  Be sure to obtain a blank periodic table, talk with your classmates and make an appointment to see me.

Wednesday, February 21

Pack your camping gear for the Nature Bridge trip

Thursday, February 22

SamoHi counselors in science classes  tomorrow

Friday, February 23

None

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OSCAR TABLE.JPG

Write here…

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Monday, February 5

None

Tuesday, February 6

Picture Glossary Latin #9

Wednesday, February 7

  1. Complete Atomic Structure Chart

  2. Check missing assignments on Illuminate and Google classroom (Don't forget Everfi)

  3. Any Extra Everfi (above and beyond the 'Face Off' and 'Strength' are Extra Credit.  The Stanley Cup is also bonus credit.

Codes for Everfi Math

Name                         Class Code

1718 Period 1                53365d92

1718 Period 2                3760b81a

1718 Period 3                57e0393e

1718 Period 4               e0f5b00f

1718 Period 6                2fe3ea67

 

Thursday, February 8

  1. Study for Latin #9

  2. Everfi Extra Credit (See Wed homework for codes)

  3. Presentation/ Movie Checklist (turn in to Google classroom)

Friday, February 9

  1. None assigned. 

  2. Consider completely some extra credit - Look at Wednesday, February 7th homework for details.

  3. Complete the video guide to go along with Einstein's Big Idea (video below "What's Up for February 2018")

  4. Check out the night sky.  IT'S FREE!

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Monday, January 29

  1. Group Presentation Rubric (Google classroom) should be turned in by each team member.  Should be completed in class.

  2. Everfi - "Face Off"  The 10 question assessment at the end of the game is a quiz grade.  

Tuesday, January 30  

  1. Group Presentation Plan (Google classroom) should be completed with your team.  You need to turn in your own copy.  Should be done in class.

  2. Everfi - "Strength"  The 10 question assessment at the end of the game is a quiz grade.

BLUE SUPER BLOOD MOON Tomorrow morning EARLY! Check out video!

Wednesday, January 31

Your presentation is due on Mrs. O'Brien's flash drive by the end of the period on MONDAY, February 5

Thursday, February 1

Your presentation is due on Mrs. O'Brien's flash drive by the end of the period on MONDAY, February 5

Friday, February 2

No homework assigned.

REMINDER:  Your presentation is due on Mrs. O'Brien's flash drive by the end of the period on MONDAY, February 5

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Monday, January 22 

Be sure to share your documentation with your team members via your smmk12  acct

Tuesday, January 23

Wednesday, January 24

Today's classwork - Einstein's Big Idea video clip

Thursday, January 25

  • Study for Latin #8 Quiz 

  • Reminder:  This includes Latin #7 too

Friday, January 26

None scheduled unless you did not complete your classwork and/or homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tuesday, January 16

Picture Glossary for Latin #7

Classwork

      Struggles with Water booklet

      Sentence Starters

Wednesday, January 17

Complete Aqueduct Design

Thursday, January 18

Study for Latin #7 tomorrow

Friday, January 19

None

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Tuesday, January 9

Wednesday, January 10

Use the information from your Academic Habits Self-Evaluation to write a one-two paragraph reflection about  your academic habits. 

  • Be sure your claim is supported by evidence in your Self -Evaluation. 

  • Please print neatly or type and bring to a copy to class.

Thursday, January 11

Friday, January 12

None