Week of 05/27/2013

__General Science__

__Monday__ MEMORIAL DAY – no school

__Tuesday__ __Classwork__: review HW; ‘Herculoneum – another volcanic disaster’ procedure p. 765 - 769

__Homework__: Reflect and Connect pp. 767 - 769

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to describe the very real risk to the local area due to volcanoes in the Cascade Mountain Range.

__Wednesday__ __Classwork__: Review HW; on-line research of Cascade Mtn volcanoes and the Yellowstone volcano in library

__Homework__:

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to describe the historic frequency of eruptions from the volcanoes in the Cascade Range and their impact on local ecosystems

__Thursday__ __Classwork__: collect volcano fact sheets; complete ‘Questioning Smokey’ procedure pp. 780 - 781

__Homework__: Reflect and Connect questions p. 782

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to describe the pros and cons of wildfire ecology.

__Friday__ __Classwork__: review HW; complete ‘To Build A Fire’ procedure pp. 783 - 785

__Homework__: Reflect and Connect questions p. 785 - 786

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to compare the chemical reaction of combustion with the chemical reactions of cellular respiration.

__7th Grade Science__

__Monday__ MEMORIAL DAY – no school

__Tuesday __ __Classwork__: Ch 20 section 1 lecture – Democritus through Rutherford

__Homework__: Ch 20 Section 1 Review problems p. 549

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to describe the impact that the Rutherford experiment had on the model of an atom

__Wednesday__ __Classwork__: review HW; Ch 20 Section 2 reading w/ notes; review problems

__Homework__: Ch 20 Review Problems pp. 560 - 561

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to determine the number of subatomic particles in an atom using the Periodic Table of Elements

__Thursday __ __Classwork__: review HW; complete Standardized Test Prep p. 562 - 563

__Homework:__ study for test

__Learning Objective –__ students will be able to compare isotopes of elements on the periodic table

__Friday __ __Classwork__: Ch 20 Test

__Homework__: none

__Learning Objective__ – test

__Physics__

__Monday__ MEMORIAL DAY – no school

__Tuesday__ __Classwork__: *comprehensive review for seniors*; others Ch 32 Eelctrostatics Sections 1 - 4

__Homework__: Questions 1 – 2 p. 496

__Learning Objective__ – students will be able to determine the magnetic force produced by two charged objects by applying Coulomb’s Law

__Wednesday__ __Classwork__: *comprehensive review for seniors*; others Ch 32 Sections 5 - 7

__Homework:__ Chapter Review problems 1 – 22 p. 505

__Learning Objective -__ the students will be able to describe the three main methods for charging an object

__Thursday__ __Classwork__: *Final for Seniors*; others Ch 33 Electric Fields and Potential Sections 1 - 3

__Homework__: Ch 33 review problems 1 - 10

__Learning Objective__ - students will be able to describe the formation of an electric field the flow of an electric current.

__Friday__ __Classwork:__ Senior book turn-in; others Ch 33 Sections 4 – 6; Review problems 11 - 17

__Homework:__ Ch 33 Think and Explain

__Learning Objective__ -

__Biology__

__Monday__ MEMORIAL DAY – no school

__Tuesday__ __Classwork__: review HW; Ch 17 Assessment problems 1 – 6, 8 – 10, 13 – 16, 18, 21 - 26

__Homework__: continue Ch 17 Assessment

__Learning Objective__: Learning Objective review, test prep

__Wednesday__ __Classwork__: Complete Ch 17 Assessment problems listed above

__Homework__: study for Ch 17 test

__Learning Objective__: Learning Objective review for Ch 17, test prep

__Thursday__ __Classwork__: review Ch 17 Assessment problems; complete Standardized Test Prep p. 507

__Homework__: study for Ch 17 Test

__Learning Objective__ – test prep

__Friday__ __Classwork__: Ch 17 test

__Homework__: reading and notes for Ch 18 Section 1

__Learning Objective__ - students will be able to describe the historical development of classification systems and problems with the traditional method

__8th Grade Science__

__Monday__ MEMORIAL DAY – no school

__Tuesday__ __Classwork__: Ch 20 Section 3 review problems

__Homework__: Ch 20 Review questions

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to describe how a feedback mechanism works in terms of your nervous system

__Wednesday__ __Classwork__: complete Ch 20 Review questions; review Ch 20 Review

__Homework__: Ch 20 Standardized Test Prep

__Learning Objective__ – test prep

__Thursday__ __Classwork__: Ch 20 Test

__Homework__: Ch 21 Section 1 reading w/ notes

__Learning Objective__:

__Friday__ __Classwork__: review notes; Section 1 Review questions

__Homework__: Section 2 reading w/ notes

__Learning Objective:__

LAST WEEK

**Week of 5/20/2013 **

__General Science__

__Monday____Classwork__: review HW; complete ‘The SPF Test’ procedure;

__Homework__: Reflect and Connect problems p. 746

__Learning Objective__: students will measure UV intensity on the football field and determine ways to protect their skin from UV harm.

__Tuesday____Classwork__: review HW; conduct ‘Risky Business and UV Radiation’ procedure p. 746 - 755

__Homework__: Stop and Think 1 - 3 p. 748 – 749; 4 – 5 p. 755

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to describe the cause of UV radiation from the Sun and the health risks related to UV exposure.

__Wednesday____Classwork__: review HW; conduct ‘Risky Business and UV Radiation’ procedure p. 756 - 7760

__Homework__: Reflect and Connect p. 761

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to describe the cause of UV radiation from the Sun

__Thursday____Classwork__: review HW; begin ‘Volcanic Hazards at Vesuvius’ procedure p. 761 - 764

__Homework__: Stop and Think p. 764

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to describe the multiple hazards presented by a volcanic eruption by listing referring to the Mt Vesuvius eruption

__Friday____MEMORIAL DAY__

__7th Grade Science__** **

__Monday____Classwork__: review HW; complete Standardized Test Prep pp. 538-539

__Homework__: study for test

__Learning Objective__ – test

__Tuesday____Classwork__: Ch 19 Test

__Homework:__ Ch 20 Section 1 reading and notes

__Learning Objective –__ students will be able to explain the development of the atomic theory __ __

__Wednesday ____Classwork__: Ch 20 section 1 lecture – Democritus through Rutherford

__Homework__: Ch 20 Section 1 Review problems p. 549

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to describe the impact that the Rutherford experiment had on the model of an atom

__Thurday____Classwork__: review HW; Ch 20 Section 2 reading w/ notes; review problems

__Homework__: Ch 20 Review Problems pp. 560 - 561

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to determine the number of subatomic particles in an atom using the Periodic Table of Elements

__Friday____MEMORIAL DAY__

__Physics__

__Monday____Classwork__: Ch 27 Think And Explain problems 1- 10 p. 410

__Homework__: study for test

__Learning Objective__ – students will understand the wave properties of light that affect the image of a shadow; or the solar eclipse

__Tuesday____Classwork__: Optics Lab – Optical Illusion and how light travels through different media

__Homework__: lab write up

__Learning Objective__ – students will be able to provide a written explanation for various given optical illusions using the wave properties of light

__Wednesday____Classwork__: Optics Lab Day 2– Optical Illusion and how light travels through different media

__Homework__: lab write up

__Learning Objective__ – students will be able to provide a written explanation for various given optical illusions using the wave properties of light

__Thursday____Classwork__: Ch 27 Test

__Homework__:

__Learning Objective__ -

__Friday____MEMORIAL DAY__

__Biology__

__Monday____Classwork__: Biology EOC practice

__Homework__:

__Learning Objective__ – test prep

__Tuesday____Classwork__: **Biology End Of Course Exam**

__Homework__:

__Learning Objective__ -

__Wednesday____Classwork__: **Biology End Of Course Exam**

__Homework__:

__Learning Objective__:

__Thursday____Classwork__: **Biology End Of Course Exam**

__Homework__:

__Learning Objective__:

__Friday____MEMORIAL DAY__

__8th Grade Science__

**Monday**__Classwork__: Ch 19 Test

__Homework__: Ch 20 Section 1 reading w/ notes

__Learning Objective__ – students will demonstrate their achievement of published Learning Objectives on a Summative Assessment

**Tuesday**__Classwork__: review notes; lecture; Ch 20 Section 1 review problems

__Homework__: Ch 20 Section 2 reading w/ notes

__Learning Objective__ – students will be able to describe the relationship between the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system

**Wednesday**__Classwork__: review notes; on-line research on the parts of the brain and their functions

__Homework__: research write-up

__Learning Objective__ – students will be able to list one function for each part of the brain

**Thursday**__Classwork__: Ch 20 Section 2 review problems

__Homework__: Ch 20 Section 3 reading w/ notes

__Learning Objective__: students will be able to describe how a feedback mechanism works in terms of your nervous system

__Friday____MEMORIAL DAY__

__Trigonometry__

__Monday____Classwork__: review HW problems; 6.4.1 problems 6-132 through 6-135

__Homework__:

__Learning Objective__ – students will gather data for spring motion and develop a mathematical model to represent that motion

__Tuesday____Classwork__: 6.4.1 problems 6-136 through 6-139

__Homework__: 6.4.1 Review and Preview problems 6-141 through 6-148

__Learning Objective__ - students will gather data for spring motion and develop a mathematical model to represent that motion

__Wednesday____Classwork__: 6.4.2 problems 6-149 through 6-154

__Homework__: 6.4.2 Review and Preview problems 6-155 through 6-161

__Learning Objective__ -

__Thursday____Classwork__: Ch 6 Closure problems 6-162 through 6-173

__Homework__: complete Student Led Conference

__Learning Objective__: test prep

__Friday____Classwork__: review Ch 6 closure

__Homework__: study for Ch 6 test

__Learning Objective:__ students will demonstrate their progress towards the published learning objectives by completing a summative assessment

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