We are doing our final MRLC practice quiz prior to our formal end-of-year quiz in two weeks. To help students prepare they are to look at their last 3 mrlc quizzes to find what outcomes they were formerly struggling with. Each one of them is identified (such as N6 or PR2 and so on). Students are to then use the quiz folder to find quizzes that test them on those concepts. You can access those quizzes here. Any students that got a higher mark on the MRLC quizzes are to identify the outcomes they are most likely to make a smart mistake on and go from there.
Today grade 7s are reviewing algbra with assignment 6.3 and are completing all numbers. There is no video lesson for this one. If absent, then be in touch with Mr. Ewert.
Grade 8s are reviewing Pythagorean with assignment 1.6 and are to complete #s 3-10, 12, and 15.
Today we are watching a documentary on The Odyssey – the voyage of odysseus. See the video below and the related worksheet.
Today we are discussing what fluids are and what we already know. Students are to complete the following worksheet to discuss what they think prior to starting our unit on fluids.
Click this link below for the worksheet provided in class.
In ancient Greece oratory tales were a key part of story-telling nd personal history. In Homer’s Odyssey lies one of the greatest tales of ancient Greece with key elements to consider. Please listen to the story read aloud by Mr. Ewert and then complete the mini-quiz provided in class. If you are absent on this day then you are expected to email Mr. Ewert (email@example.com) directly for instructions on how to do this.
Today we are going to talk about the rise of city-states in Ancient Greece. Students will then respond by creating their very own Greek City state (Polis). Watch the videos below to understand what a city-state is and how/why they came to be in Ancient Greece.
The assignment will be provided in class and on the assignment on Teams.
On Friday, students will be writing their unit final for Optics. To prepare, Mr. Ewert has put a number of assignments into a folder that can be accessed at this link. Students have all of these supplies in the Science section of their binders (if they have been keeping them organized as Mr. Ewert has asked them to). Use this link to access a complete study package to help students prepare for their test on Friday.
Please open the universal document below and add your past OWL projects.
Today we are watching some short videos that can be found in the files tab on the Science channel on Microsoft Teams. There are three of them. We are taking notes on the videos to use for studying for our Science – Light Unit final Test next week. Then, this afternoon we are studying our Electromagnetic Spectrum on Quizlet. Here is the link to the vocabulary.