To all parents of grade 8 students!!!

Dates to remember:
8th Grade Graduation Dance: Sat 6/17


Progress Reports Issued
5/19
Report Cards Issued
4/21, Mailed home


Link to On-Line Math grade 8 textbook:

Website: my.hrw.com
User Name: 8bmsmath8
Password: 8BMS8


Link to Mr. Bejma's Science Class Schoology Website: Not functioning at this time! Assignments will be on this Wiki...


Link to Mrs. Morin's Reading Class' Scope Magazine Articles:
Website: www.scope.scholastic.com
Password: bobcatsinB7

Link to Scholastic Book Clubs Online Ordering:


Website: scholastic.com/readingclub
Password: H8YHT


Monday, June 19, 2017
Early Dismissal - 10:30
GRADUATION NIGHT!!!


Friday, June 16, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:

Math:

History:

Spanish:

Science:


Thursday, June 15, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:

Math:

History:

Spanish:

Science:


Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:

Math:

History:

Spanish:

Science:



Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:

Math:

History:

Spanish:

Science:




Monday, June 12, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra: none

Math: finish Histogram packet

History:

Spanish:

Science:


Friday, June 9, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra: STUDY!!!!!!! FINAL EXAM ON MONDAY

Math: none

History: Film: Glory

Spanish: Study for the vocab quiz on Tuesday. Use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/213317820/family-vocab-flash-cards/

Science:

Thursday, June 8, 2017 (Washington D.C. Class Trip)

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 (Washington D.C. Class Trip)

Tuesday, June 6, 2017 (Washington D.C. Class Trip)

Monday, June 5, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra: note card for final exam (five facts/examples - no multiple parts) - due Friday

Math:

History:

Spanish:

Science: Test on Thursday (Mendel and Punnett Squares)


Friday, June 2, 2017
Language Arts: - Test on Day of Tears (open book).
• Homework - none
Algebra:

Math:

History:

Spanish:

Science:

Thursday, June 1, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:

Math:

History:

Spanish:

Science:

Wednesday, MAY 31, 2017
Language Arts: - Finish reading Day of Tears.
• Homework - none
Algebra:

Math:

History:

Spanish:

Science:

Tuesday, MAY 30, 2017
Language Arts: - Finish and discuss point of view activity.
• Homework - Journal Response #5 on independent reading book.
Algebra: study (practice exam continues tomorrow) FINAL EXAM MONDAY JUNE 12th

Math: finish packet - equations of lines/line of best fit

History: The Civil War Begins: Powerpoint and notes. Complete up to and including the page that says Slides 17-19.
Notice: Quiz on Ch. 14, S. 3 & 4 will be on Thursday. Here are the text pages and quizlets:
https://sakidsmoody.wikispaces.com/file/view/ch+14+sec+3.pdf
https://sakidsmoody.wikispaces.com/file/view/ch+14+sec+4.pdf
https://quizlet.com/82013783/chapter-14-section-4-the-coming-of-the-civil-war-flash-cards/
https://quizlet.com/81326769/chapter-14-section-3-the-crisis-deepens-flash-cards/

Spanish: Complete the worksheet on SER/ESTAR. The SER and ESTAR test along with the irregular verbs will be on Friday.

Science:

Monday, MAY 29, 2017 (NO SCHOOL - MEMORIAL DAY)


Friday, MAY 26, 2017
Language Arts: - Read chp. 10-11 Day of Tears, independent reading.
• Homework - none
Algebra:
Final Exam Review Solutions - click on page number to view jpeg (p. 1,2,3,4,5,6,graphs)

Math: none

History: Film: Arlington National Cemetery

Spanish: Study for the vocab quiz...use thursday's entry to get onto the quizlet.


Science:
Work on your Lab Report. Documents are in Google Classroom. The Lab Report is due on June 2nd.

Thursday, MAY 25, 2017
Language Arts: - STAR Reading assessment, independent reading
• Homework - Bring independent reading book tomorrow.
Algebra: work on exam review

Math:Graphing Lines Packet - f&b of first two pages

History:

Spanish: Complete the worksheet on Ser/Estar.
Continue studying for the vocab quiz on Tuesday.
https://quizlet.com/210398043/flashcards

Science:
Work on your data collection for the Introduction to the Asteroid Impact Simulation (Introduction due on May 26th) Lab Report. Documents are in Google Classroom. The Lab Report is due on June 2nd.

Wednesday, MAY 24, 2017
Language Arts: - Point of view activity
• Homework - Bring independent reading book tomorrow.
Algebra: WS - Review: Functions QUIZ TOMORROW

Math: finish scatter plot ws (body measurements) if not already handed in

History:

Spanish: Finish the powerpoint on Ser/Estar. Also complete the worksheet on ser/estar
Continue studying the vocab, use the quizlet to help.
https://quizlet.com/210398043/flashcards

Science:
Work on your data collection for the Introduction to the Asteroid Impact Simulation (Introduction due on May 26th) Lab Report. Documents are in Google Classroom. The Lab Report is due on June 2nd.

Tuesday, MAY 23, 2017
Language Arts: - MyAccess writing assessment
• Homework - none
Algebra: book 12-3 #1-13, exam review packet (practice exam Tues/Wed). QUIZ THURS

Math:Scatter Plot activity, 1/2 sheet of paper - review for quiz tomorrow

History: Lincoln-Douglas Debates. Powerpoint presentation . See text for more information. Work on ISN papers in class. No homework.
Chapter 14, S. 3:
https://sakidsmoody.wikispaces.com/file/view/ch+14+sec+3.pdf

Spanish: Study for the vocab and irregular conjugation test. Use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/210398043/flashcards

Science:
Work on your data collection for the Introduction to the Asteroid Impact Simulation (Introduction due on May 26th) Lab Report. Documents are in Google Classroom. The Lab Report is due on June 2nd.

Monday, MAY 22, 2017 (Meeting for Washington D.C. Trip - 6:00 in auditorium)
Language Arts: - MyAccess writing assessment
• Homework -
Algebra:
A: WS - Functions
D: WS - Functions, Book 12-3 #1-13 odd (due Wed)

Math: Scatter Plots Packet - section 4-3 #1-12

History: Gettysburg Address!!

Spanish: Study the vocab and study the irregular verbs....Use the quizlet....
https://quizlet.com/210398043/flashcards

Science:
Work on your data collection for the Introduction to the Asteroid Impact Simulation (Introduction due on May 26th) Lab Report. Documents are in Google Classroom. The Lab Report is due on June 2nd.


Friday, MAY 19, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra: Packet - Piecewise Functions, start Exam review packet

Math:none

History: Dred Scott Decision Part 2. History Frame assignment.

NOTICE AND REMINDER: G. ADDRESS RECITE AND WRITE IS MONDAY, MAY 22. MEETING FOR CLASS TRIP IS MONDAY, MAY 22 AT 6:00 P.M.

Spanish: Complete note cards on the new vocab. Begin studying for the vocab on Next Friday. Use the quizlet to help.
https://quizlet.com/210398043/flashcards

Science:
Complete the Earth Impact Database Map for Friday. Begin your data collection for the Introduction to the Asteroid Impact Simulation (Introduction due on May 26th)

Thursday, MAY 18, 2017
Language Arts: - Read chp. 7-8 Day of Tears.
• Homework - none
Algebra: WS - Graphing Functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value)

Math: none

History: Dred Scott Decision part 1. Homework: answer 3 questions in ISN.

NOTICE AND REMINDER: G. ADDRESS RECITE AND WRITE IS MONDAY, MAY 22. MEETING FOR CLASS TRIP IS MONDAY, MAY 22 AT 6:00 P.M.

Spanish:

Science:
Complete the Earth Impact Database Map for Friday. Begin your data collection for the Introduction to the Asteroid Impact Simulation (Introduction due on May 26th)

Wednesday, MAY 17, 2017
Language Arts: - Independent reading, journal response.
• Homework - none
Algebra: Packet - Domain and Range

Math: Packet - Scatterplots 4-2 #1-14

History: Quiz today. No Homework except to continue studying Gettysburg Address.
•NOTICE AND REMINDER: G. ADDRESS RECITE AND WRITE IS MONDAY, MAY 22. MEETING FOR CLASS TRIP IS MONDAY, MAY 22 AT 6:00 P.M.
Spanish:

Science: Test on Thursday (Mendel and Punnett Squares)
Complete the Earth Impact Database Map for Friday. Begin your data collection for the Introduction to the Asteroid Impact Simulation (Introduction due on May 26th)


Tuesday, MAY 16, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:
A: Book 12-1 #1-6, 11-20; 12-2 #1-13 odd
D: packet - Domain and Range (due Thursday)

Math: Packet - ScatterPlots 4-1 #1-11

History: Review and Study for tomorrow's quiz. See yesterday's posting for text sections 1 & 2.
Try the following quizlets:
https://quizlet.com/37088557/chapter-14-section-1-growing-tensions-over-slavery-flash-cards/
https://quizlet.com/141003705/chapter-14-section-2-compromises-fail-flash-cards/

Spanish: Finish the conjugation packet.

Science: Test on Thursday (Mendel and Punnett Squares) Complete the Earth Impact Database Map for Friday.

Monday, MAY 15, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:
A: none
D: 12-1 #1-6, 11-20; 12-2 #1-13 odd

Math:none

History: See following links for Gettysburg Address practice:
https://www.sporcle.com/games/g/gettysburgaddress

http://www.pbs.org/kenburns/the-address/memory-game/#


https://www.minnpost.com/data/2013/11/how-well-do-you-remember-gettysburg-address#addressQuiz

https://10fastfingers.com/text/4409-The-Gettysburg-Address
https://www.purposegames.com/game/the-gettysburg-address-quiz


•Notice: There will be a quiz on Ch. 14, S. 1 & 2 on Wednesday
Text for both sections can be found at:
https://sakidsmoody.wikispaces.com/file/view/ch+14+sec+1.pdf
https://sakidsmoody.wikispaces.com/file/view/ch+14+sec+2.pdf

Spanish: Complete pages 27-28 and do exercise 8. Study for the ER/IR verb test.

Science: Test on Thursday (Mendel and Punnett Squares)


Friday, MAY 12, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:
A: review for quiz on Monday
D: book 12-1 vocab, Try This a-f

Math: 4-5 Packet, 4-4 WS, quiz Monday

History:

Spanish: Complete the worksheet on ER/IR. ER/IR conjugation test will be on Tuesday.

Science: Long Term Project: Due on Monday May 15th - Monster Project!

Thursday, MAY 11, 2017
Language Arts: - Quiz on subject/verb agreement, independent reading.
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: WS - Solving Quadratics Using Different Methods - quiz Monday
D: review for quiz tomorrow

Math: WS - Conditional Relative Frequency Tables #1-8

History: Kansas-Nebraska Act: Read 489-490. Complete map activity. Gettysburg Address Practice using fill in the blank activity:
https://www.sporcle.com/games/g/gettysburgaddress
TEXT CAN BE FOUND AT:
https://sakidsmoody.wikispaces.com/file/view/ch+14+sec+2.pdf

Spanish: Complete worksheets on ER/IR verbs and study for the vocab test tomorrow. Use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/207952728/flashcards

Science: Today students received their documents and backing paper for the Monster project. Tonight they should complete 2 worksheets related to Sex-Linked Traits and Pedigree. Also, they should be working on the Long Term Project: Due on Monday May 15th - Monster Project!

Wednesday, MAY 10, 2017
Language Arts: - Workbook pg. 165-66, ex. 8-9; questions for chp. 3-4, Day of Tears
• Homework - Worksheet 61, study for quiz on subject/verb agreement.
Algebra:
A: WS - Quadratic Formula (front)
D: WS - Solving Quadratics

Math: Packet 15.2 #1-6

History: Harriet Beecher Stowe/Uncle Tom's Cabin: Read handout and answer the questions. Gettysburg Address: Practice with this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2a-S3rjDBw

Spanish: Complete the ER & IR conjugation. Study for the quiz on vocab quiz on Friday. Use the quizlet to help study
https://quizlet.com/207952728/segundo-y-tercer-paso-flash-cards/

Science: Long Term Project: Due on Monday May 15th - Monster Project!

Tuesday, MAY 9, 2017
Language Arts: - Workbook pg. 161, ex.4; pg. 163, ex.6 subject/verb agreement
Discuss chp. 2 questions, Day of Tears; read chp. 3-4.
• Homework - Reading Response Journal, entry #3
Algebra:

Math:

History: Continuation of notes for Ch. 14, S. 1...Growing Tensions. Homework: Worksheet on the Compromise of 1850.
Continue to practice Gettysburg Address

Spanish: Write out the words you got wrong from the pretest 3 X's each. Study for the vocab quiz on Friday, use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/207952728/flashcards

Science: Today we determined the traits for the porto-monsters. 1. Complete the Punnett Square worksheet w8.CH.5.punnettsquares. 2. Also work on your Long Term Project: Due on Monday May 15th - Monster Project!

Monday, MAY 8, 2017
Language Arts: - IXL Subject/verb agreement (quiz Thursday)
• Homework - none
Algebra:

Math:

History: Introduction to new unit: The Nation Divides (causes of the Civil War). Section 1 notes in ISN. Homework: Copy #4 of Gettysburg

Spanish: Do notecards on the new vocab (Segundo y Tercer paso). Vocab quiz will be Friday.
Use the quizlet to help study
https://quizlet.com/207952728/flashcards


Science: Long Term Project: Due on Monday May 15th - Monster Project!


Friday, MAY 5, 2017
Language Arts: - Finish reading and answering questions for Chp. 2 Day of Tears; book talks and independent reading.
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: WS - Complete the Square
D: none

Math:
E: Packet #1-9
G/H: Packet #1-11

History:
Manifest Destiny and Westward Expansion in class assessment. Homework: G. Address...last part of sentence 10!!!


Spanish:

Science: NONE

Thursday, MAY 4, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:
A: book 13-3 #1-21 odd

Math: none

History: The Mexican War continued. G. Address...next part of sentence 10...."that this nation, under God...freedom".

Spanish:

Science: Today we reviewed Mendel's Pea Plant study, introduced Punnet Squares and reviewed the various Punnet square combinations for one trait.
Homework: Genetics With a Smile - due on Friday.

Wednesday, MAY 3, 2017
Language Arts: - Notes on subject/verb agreement with indefinite pronouns, independent reading
• Homework - Worksheet 57, subject/verb agreement
Algebra:
A: book 13-2 #29-37 odd, ws - Solving Quadratics by Square Rooting
D: book 13-3 #1-21 odd

Math:Packet - Story Graphs, Review WS (extra credit) QUIZ TOMORROW

History: The Mexican War: Map Activity. G. Address - next part of sentence 10..."that we here highly resolve...in vain.

Spanish: Complete the worksheet on AR conjugation.

Science: Genetics With a Smile - due on Friday. Bikini Bottom Genetics due tomorrow.

Tuesday, MAY 2, 2017
Language Arts: - Read and answer questions for chp. 1 of Day of Tears
• Homework - Write a summary (1/2-1 pg.) of the article "Slave Auction, 1850" including at least 10 of the vocabulary words for the article.
Algebra:
A: Book 13-2 #1-27 odd
D: Book 13-2 #1-37 odd

Math: Packet - Analyzing Functions #1-13 QUIZ THURSDAY

History: The Alamo: Part 2. Begin article on the Mexican War. Gettysburg Address: Sentence 10: from first dash to second dash..."that from these honored dead...last full measure of devotion." Homework: Copy #3 of G. A.

Spanish: Finish the conjugation powerpoint. AR conjugation test will be on Friday.

Science: Genetics With a Smile - due on Friday. Tonight you should flip a coin to determine the genotype/phenotype for each trait.

Monday, MAY 1, 2017
Language Arts: - Notes on subject/ verb agreement, journal responses to reading, independent reading and conferencing
• Homework - Worksheet 55-56 on subject/verb agreement
Algebra:
A: Worksheet - Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring (f&b)
D: Worksheet - Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring (back), book 13-2 Read Examples 1-5, Do Try This a-i

Math: Packet - Linear/Nonlinear #1-35, 38-41, WS - Area/Perimeter of rectangles

History: Westward Expansion: Texas - Complete handouts on article that was read last Friday. Watch part 1 of The Alamo. Homework: Gettysburg Address - Sentence 10 up to the first dash. Finish handouts on Texas if you didn't finish in class.

Spanish:

Science: Trait sheet


Friday, April 28, 2017
Language Arts: - Colon quiz, book talks, independent reading
• Homework - none
Algebra:

Math:

History: Texas: Read article about Texas Independence and eventual statehood. Homework: Gettysburg Address, sentence #9

Spanish:

Science:
DNA Infographic. Due on Monday.

Thursday, April 27, 2017
Language Arts: - Read and discuss article "Slave Auction, 1850".
• Homework - Study for quiz on colons.
Algebra: Quadratics Project (A: due Monday, D: due tomorrow)

Math:Worksheet: Writing Functions, Domain & Range

History: Oregon - Read article and complete handouts. Gettysburg Address: Sentence #8

Spanish: Write out the words that you got wrong on the pretest 3 X's each. Also study for the vocab test tomorrow. Use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/203367207/flashcards

Science: DNA Infographic. Due on Monday.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 (SBAC TEST)
Language Arts: - Independent reading
• Homework - Worksheet on colons (quiz Friday)
Algebra: Quadratics Packet - due tomorrow (A - due by the end of class)

Math: Worksheet: Identifying Function, Domain & Range

History: Shorter classes today due to testing. Periods G & H study the next sentence of G. Address.
"The brave men...to add or detract". Here is a practice game to try: https://www.sporcle.com/games/g/gettysburgaddress
American Progress Painting: Color or paint by Friday! See the following for the original:
http://www.american-historama.org/1841-1850-westward-expansion/manifest-destiny.htm

Spanish: Write out the words that you got wrong on today's pretest 3 X's. Study for the test on Friday, use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/203367207/flashcards

Science: DNA Infographic. Due on Friday.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017 (SBAC TEST)
Language Arts: -
• Homework - none
Algebra: Quadratics Packet - start last page (due Thursday)

Math: Worksheet Level 2 (Functions)

History: Shorter classes today due to testing. Study next sentence of G. Address: "The brave men...to add or detract". Here is a practice game to try: https://www.sporcle.com/games/g/gettysburgaddress
American Progress Painting: Color or paint by Friday! See the following for the original:
http://www.american-historama.org/1841-1850-westward-expansion/manifest-destiny.htm


Spanish: Write out the words 3 X's each. Study for the vocab test on Friday, use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/203367207/flashcards

Science:

Monday, April 24, 2017
Language Arts: - Worksheet on colons, journal response to independent reading book.
• Homework - none
Algebra: Quadratics Packet - finish f&b of second page

Math: Finish "Baseball Tickets" Task

History: 1) American Progress Painting analysis and activity. After notes are finished, color the painting by Friday. Gettysburg Address: We are starting to memorize the 1st line of the third paragraph.
Gettysburg Address memorization help: 1) see Friday, April 21 for memorization game link. 2) see song if you like to learn using music:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTV_u8-wcMM

Spanish: Write out your Vocab words 3 X's each. Begin studying for the vocab test this week. Use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/203367207/flashcards

Science:


Friday, April 21, 2017
Language Arts: - Quiz on semicolons, book talks, independent reading
• Homework - none
Algebra: D: Finish "Baseball Tickets" Task

Math: none

History: 1) "Trappers...to the West" article and questions in ISN. Some classes need to finish for homework. 2) Gettysburg Address: Sentence five this weekend. By now the first two paragraphs should be memorized. Here is a link to practice:
http://www.pbs.org/kenburns/the-address/memory-game/#

Spanish: Complete the notecards on the new vocab. The quiz for this vocab will be next Friday. Use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/203367207/flashcards

Science: Study for Test Monday: Cell Cycle and Meiosis - Review your ISN pages 323-336, Read pages 61-70 & 96-100 in your text. Review Quizlets in Google Classroom (4).

Thursday, April 20, 2017 (SBAC TEST)
Language Arts: -
• Homework - Study for quiz on semicolons
Algebra: none

Math: none

History: Begin reading article, "Trappers...to the West". Homework: Gettysburg Address Memorize Sentence #4.

Spanish:

Science: Study for Test Monday: Cell Cycle and Meiosis - Review your ISN pages 323-336, Read pages 61-70 & 96-100 in your text. Review Quizlets in Google Classroom (4).

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework - none
Algebra: none

Math:Memorize Formulas

History: 1) Westward Expansion: Complete the ISN activity on Manifest Destiny. 2) Gettysburg Address: Memorize the 3rd sentence tonight.

Spanish:

Science: Study for Test Monday: Cell Cycle and Meiosis - Review your ISN pages 323-336, Read pages 61-70 & 96-100 in your text. Review Quizlets in Google Classroom (4).

Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Language Arts: - Practice with semicolons (quiz Friday); independent reading
• Homework - Mug Shot #19
Algebra:none

Math:Memorize Formulas (Pythagorean Theorem, Volume - Cylinder, Cone, Sphere)

History: Gettysburg Address (Sentence 2 tonight). Manifest Destiny (see ISN). Complete the first four maps, repeating the colors all the way to the last map. Also, complete part B on the paper.

Spanish:

Science: Complete the Mitosis Review sheet ISN page 321b/322b. Study for Test Monday: Cell Cycle and Meiosis - Review your ISN pages 323-336, Read pages 61-70 & 96-100 in your text. Review Quizlets in Google Classroom (4).

Monday, April 17, 2017
Language Arts: - Begin independent reading unit (must have book by tomorrow).
• Homework - Mug Shot #18
Algebra: none

Math: memorize formulas (Pythagorean Theorem, Volume - Cylinder, Cone, Sphere)

History: Welcome back! Introduction to Gettysburg Address today. Homework: Learn the first sentence!

Spanish: Practice reciting the Fotonovela. We will be breaking up into groups and presenting.

Science:



April Vacation: April 8-16!!!!



Friday, April 7, 2017
Language Arts: - Finish compare/contrast activity.
• Homework - none
Algebra:

Math:

History: Antebellum Reformer Eulogy is due. Happy Vacation!

Spanish:

Science:

Thursday, April 6, 2017
Language Arts: - Compare/contrast "I Hear America Singing" and "I, Too, Sing America"
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: Packet - Characteristics of Quadratics - front page (ex 1,a,b)
D: Packet - Characteristics of Quadratics - front and back

Math:none

History: Eulogy due Friday.

Spanish: Complete Exercises 1-5 (all) from the Fotonovela.

Science:

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 (Evening Parent Conferences)
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra: Characteristics of Quadratics #1-6 (graphing/roots)

Math:Functions Packet - 6.3 IP #9-15

History: Class: Continue research for Antebellum Reformer Eulogy. Homework: Continue research and begin writing eulogy.
NOTICE: NOTEBOOKS MUST BE GRADED BY FRIDAY!!!

Spanish: Read through the Fotonovela (the best you can) and answer the questions from Ex. 1 (1-4) and Ex 2 (1-5)

Science: Complete Cell Cycle Review sheets.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 (CMT SCIENCE TEST)
Language Arts: - Practice activities, semicolons
• Homework - Worksheet - semicolons
Algebra: none

Math: Functions Packet p. 169 Explore Activity 2

History: Eulogy Research Activity on an Antebellum Reformer. Started in class. Continue research at home and record notes on paper given in class today. Read eulogy in class on Friday.

Spanish: Complete the subject pronoun worksheet and study for the quiz on subject pronouns.

Science: Study for Science Test on Wednesday: there are 2 Quizlets in Google Classroom to review.

Monday, April 3, 2017
Language Arts: - Preview of books at Book Fair (video), notes on using semicolons
• Homework - none
Algebra: Packet - Graphing Quadratics #1-5

Math:Functions Packet - IP #6-13, 15

History: Women's Rights: Declaration of Sentiments Activity. Homework: Finish Reform #5.

Spanish: Complete both sides of the worksheet. The subject pronoun test will be on Wednesday.

Science: Study for Science Test on Wednesday: there are 2 Quizlets in Google Classroom to review.


Friday, March 31, 2017
Language Arts: - Finish reading Lyddie, and write a final response.
• Homework - none
Algebra: Packet - Graphing Quadratic Functions Ex 2&3

Math: Functions Packet - 6.1 GP&IP #1-16

History: Women's Rights Movement -see notes from powerpoint. No homework.

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, March 30, 2017
Language Arts: - Quiz on predicate nominatives and predicate adjectives; review SBAC practice test.
• Homework - none
Algebra: none (STAR in class)

Math:STAR in class, Functions packet p. 150

History: Abolition Reform Movement (finish activity), take group quiz. Begin Women's Rights Movement. No homework unless Abolition Activity is not finished.

Spanish: Complete both sides of the worksheet and study for the vocab quiz. Use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/198573236/flashcards

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Language Arts: - SBAC practice quiz
• Homework - Review for tomorrow's quiz on predicate nominatives and adjectives.
Algebra:
A:
D:

Math:

History: Abolition Movement continued. Finish notes from powerpoint. Group Activity started. Homework: Complete assignment given yesterday for homework. See yesterday's posting.
Here is text for Ch. 12, S. 2:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%2012%20Sec%202%20The%20Fight%20Against%20Slavery.pdf

Spanish: Write out the words that were incorrect on the Pretest 4 X's each.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Language Arts: - Review predicate nominatives and adjectives (quiz Thursday); read chp. 19-20 in Lyddie.
• Homework - none
Algebra: Book 6-7 #1-28, Quiz Tomorrow, MATH NIGHT TONIGHT 6-7pm

Math: WS - Practice 6-1 #7-2, Quiz Tomorrow, MATH NIGHT TONIGHT 6-7pm

History: Introduction to Abolition Reform. See notes in ISN. Homework: Abolition Reading and Questions: due Thursday.

Spanish: Study the new vocab. Use the quizlet to help.
https://quizlet.com/198573236/flashcards

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, March 27, 2017
Language Arts: - IXL Predicate nominatives and predicate adjectives. Quiz on predicate nominatives and predicate adjectives onThursday.
• Homework - Mug Shot #16
Algebra: IXL in class, Quiz Wed

Math: WS - Practice 6-1 Substitution #1-6, Quiz Wed

History: Education Reform Movement Activity finished. Group quiz on Ch. 12, S. 1. No homework.
Payment for class trip is due today. Students should have entire trip payment paid by this date.

Spanish: Do note cards on the new vocab. Quiz on new vocab will be on Friday. Use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/198573236/flashcards

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Friday, March 24, 2017
Language Arts: - Finish reading chp. 18. Discuss chp. notes and questions chp. 17-18.
• Homework - none (Finish/submit essay if it has not been handed in/submitted yet.)
Algebra: 6-5 #1-21 odd

Math: WS - Solving Systems by Substitution #1-7 (Period H also do #8)

History:Education Reform Movement Activity. No homework.
Payment for class trip is due by Monday, March 27.

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, March 23, 2017
Language Arts: - Worksheet predicate nominatives and adjectives; read chp. 17-18.
• Homework -
Algebra: 6-6 Exercise 1-19 odd

Math: WS - Solving Systems of Equations by Substitution #6-10

History: Prison and Mental Illness Reform. See text posted on March 20 to help you fill out the bottom half of the questions in your ISN. Also, write at least one response to the remaining questions from today's class reading. You must cite evidence from Dorothea Dix's report to the Mass. State Legislature in your answer.
Reminder: Last payment for class trip is due by March 27.


Spanish: Complete the worksheet on time...and also study for the time test tomorrow.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Language Arts: - Read chp 16; begin chp 17
• Homework - Editing/revision of essays. (Final copy due tomorrow)
Algebra: 6-4 #1-31 odd

Math:WS - Solving Systems of Equations by Substitution #1-5

History: Class - Temperance Movement Activity. Homework: Complete Temperance Movement questions in ISN. See 3/20 posting for text where you will find the answers.

Spanish: Complete both sides of the worksheet on time. (Please make sure it is completed like the sample we did in class) Also the time test will be on Friday.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Language Arts: - Peer revision/editing of essays.
• Homework - Revision/editing of essays. (Final copy due Thursday)
Algebra:
A: 6-3 #11-31 odd

Math: 11-6 PPS 26-29

History: Utopian Communities: Class Activity/Reading. Homework: Written response from today's reading. See the article for the question.
•See 3/20 for text Ch. 12, S. 1.
REMINDER: LAST PAYMENT FOR CLASS TRIP IS DUE BY MONDAY, MARCH 27.

Spanish: Complete the both sides of the worksheet on time. The quiz on time will be Friday.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, March 20, 2017
Language Arts: - Complete rough drafts of essays.
• Homework -
Algebra:
A: 6-1 #11-31 odd, 6-2 #9-21 odd
D: 6-1 #11-31 odd, 6-2 #9-31 odd

Math:book 11-6 IP #13-23 odd

History: Introduction to Chapter 12: An Age of Reform. See notes in ISN. Finish for homework. Text for Section 1 can be found at:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%2012%20Sec.%201%20Improving%20Society%20Textbook.pdf
•REMINDER: LAST PAYMENT FOR CLASS TRIP IS DUE BY MONDAY, MARCH 27.

Spanish: Complete the worksheet on time and also on page 77 & 78 complete exercise 11 & 14.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Friday, March 17, 2017
Language Arts: - Reading Day! Read chp. 15 of Lyddie, then independent reading book.
• Homework - Work on essay (if necessary)
Algebra:
Quiz Today

Math:Quiz Today

History:

Spanish: Complete both sides of the worksheet on time.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, March 16, 2017
Language Arts: - Writing the essay
• Homework - Introduction, body paragraph #1 (Assignment is posted in Google Classroom but may be hand written if computer is not available at home.)
Algebra:
Packet 14.4 Independent Practice #12-20, Review WS (optional but recommended) Answer Key

Math: Quiz tomorrow (recommend practice on IXL, AA.2+4) - finish any missing homework

History: Study for Quiz on Chapter 11, S 3 and the Missouri Compromise from S. 4. The text for Section 3 is posted on March 7. The text for Section 4 is not available, but you can view the following and look at the MO Compromise part:
https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxtcmR1Ym9zZXVzaGlzdG9yeXxneDo0M2RiMDNmNDUwNTIyZTUx
•PRACTICE QUIZZES WERE POSTED ON MARCH 15.
Spanish: Finish the power point on time. Pgs 3-9

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Language Arts: - Discuss pros/cons - Should Lyddie join the labor reform movement?
• Homework - Fill out persuasion map (plan for essay).
Algebra:
A: 14.4 Your Turn #10-15
D: 14.4 Guided Practice #1-11

Math: WS - Recognizing Special Types of Linear Systems #1-13 (if you are having troubles fitting lines on the graphs, you can change the scale)

History: CLASS: Missouri Compromise Math Activity. Homework: Begin studying for quiz on Friday. It will cover Ch. 11, S. 3 and the Missouri Compromise part of S. 4. Look back at March 7 posting for Text for S. 3. S 4 text is not available online so you will need your book to study that part. Here are some practice quizzes:
https://quizlet.com/76575642/chapter-11-section-3-the-plantation-south-flash-cards/
•Chapter 11, S. 3 practice quiz:
http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=mya&wcsuffix=4073&area=view
Chapter 11, S. 4 practice quiz: you are only responsible for question on Missouri Compromise:
http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=mya&wcsuffix=4074&area=view
Spanish: No homework

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -

Algebra:
A:

D:


Math: Packet - Translating Algebraic Expressions (p. 3&4)

History: SNOW DAY...

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, March 13, 2017
Language Arts: - Finish quiz; read chp. 14
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: Packet 14.3 Independent Practice #10-24
D: Packet 14.3 Independent Practice #10-27

Math: WS - Graphing Systems of Equations - #15-18

History: Missouri Compromise: Read section 4 in Chapter 11 that covers the compromise. Begin activity using computers and calculators. Homework: Missouri Compromise Reading and Questions on handout.
Notice: 3rd and final installment of Class Trip is due by March 27th. All money for trip must be paid by this date.
Notice: Next quiz will cover Ch. 11, S. 3 and only the Missouri Compromise from Ch. 11, S. 4. The quiz will be towards the end of the week, depending on the SNOW!!!

Spanish: Study for the vocab quiz tomorrow. Use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/170162636/flashcards
https://quizlet.com/168940137/flashcards

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Friday, March 10, 2017 (NO SCHOOL - Staff Development Day)

Thursday, March 9, 2017
Language Arts: - Quiz on chp.12-13 of Lyddie (may use chp. questions and notes)
• Homework - Worksheet #2 on linking verbs
Algebra:
A:

D:

Math:

History: Finish Ch. 11, S. 3 Powerpoint notes. Nat Turner Play. No homework.

Spanish: Study for the vocab quiz on Tuesday. Use the quizlet to help study
https://quizlet.com/170162636/flashcards
https://quizlet.com/168940137/flashcards

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Language Arts: - Notes on linking verbs; wkbk pg. 102, ex. 5
• Homework - Worksheet on linking verbs
Algebra:
A:
D:
Math:

History:
Quilt square activity and writing of summary. Homework: Harriet Jacobs: Newsela articles.

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Language Arts: - Quiz on prepositional phrases; finish chp. 13 with notes and discuss.
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A:
D:

Math:

History: Life of a slave Placard Activity continued. Quilt square activity.

Spanish: Complete the double sided worksheet. Begin studying the vocab. Quiz will be next Tuesday.


Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, March 6, 2017
Language Arts: - Answer text-dependent questions for chp. 12; begin reading and taking chapter notes for chp. 13.
• Homework - Study for quiz on prepositional phrases.
Algebra:
A: Packet - 14.1 GP 1-8, IP 11-20
D: Packet - 14.1 IP 11-31
Math: ws - graphing systems of equations #1-9 (top section only)

History: Life of a Slave Placard Activity. Homework: Finish the note-taking guide and the reading Ch. 11, S. 3 in your ISN. Half was done last week. Finish tonight.


Spanish: Complete note cards on the new vocab.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Friday, March 3, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: 9-6 #1-11 odd
D: none

Math:Quiz today. No homework unless doing make-up work.

History:

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, March 2, 2017
Language Arts: - Finish chp. 12; pros and cons of the labor reform movement
• Homework - Worksheet #2 Prepositions
Algebra:
A: 9-5 #1-3, 5-21 odd
D: 9-6 #1-11 odd

Math: Review WS - QUIZ TOMORROW

History: The Plantation South: Ch. 11, S. 3. Text can be found at: http-::www.washougal.k12.wa.us:teacher:scott.boothby:Ch%2011%20Sec.%203%20The%20Plantation%20South.pdf
• Class: Intro to section. Power point. See Notes in ISN.

Spanish: Practice, Practice and Practice the dialogue. We will be presenting tomorrow.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Language Arts: - Discuss questions for chp. 10-11; read chp 12.
• Homework - Write ten sentences using ten different prepositions in prepositional phrases. Put parentheses around the prepositional phrases. Label the preposition and the object of the preposition.
Algebra:
A: Packet - Solve By Inspection - Word Problems
D: 9-5 #1-3, 5-21 odd

Math: 11-3 PPS #25-33 QUIZ FRIDAY

History: Quiz today. Homework: Read "The Cotton Kingdom" and answer the seven questions on the back or on a separate piece of paper.

Spanish: Read the dialogue and answer the questions 1-6. Practice reading the dialogue, we will be breaking up in groups tomorrow and presenting the dialogue.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Language Arts: - Read chp. 10-11 of Lyddie
• Homework - Questions for chp. 10-11
Algebra:
A: Packet - read p. 1, do p. 2&3
D: Packet - p. 4&5

Math: book 11-2 PPS #25-40 QUIZ FRIDAY

History:
NOTICE: QUIZ ON CH. 11, S. 2 IS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1.

Spanish: None

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, February 27, 2017
Language Arts: - Notes on prepositions and prepositional phrases; chp. 9 questions and quotes from Lyddie.
• Homework - Worksheet - prepositional phrases
Algebra:

Math:

History: Push/Pull Factors of Immigration. Chapter 11, S. 2 can be found at:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%2011%20Sec.%202%20The%20North%20Transformed.pdf
Practice quizzes can be found at:
http://www.phschool.com/atschool/ahon11/kisi/ch11_sec2/
https://quizlet.com/40071655/chapter-11-section-2-the-north-transformed-flash-cards/
REMINDER: PAYMENT FOR CLASS TRIP IS DUE TODAY.
NOTICE: QUIZ ON CH. 11, S. 2 IS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1.

Spanish: Complete both sides of the worksheet. The number quiz will be tomorrow, use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/163099543/flashcards

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Friday, February 24, 2017
Language Arts: - Quiz on direct and indirect objects; read chp. 9 of Lyddie
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: WS - Practice 6-1 Elimination Method, WS - Choose Best Method
D: none

Math: Book 11-2 Read Examples, GP 1-2, 7-11, IP 12-24

History: Testing continued. Begin Immigration: Push/Pull Factors Activity.
REMINDER: PAYMENT FOR CLASS TRIP IS DUE 2/27.
NOTICE: QUIZ ON CH. 11, S. 2 IS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1.


Spanish: Complete both sides of the number worksheet and study for the quiz on Tuesday. Use the quizlet,
https://quizlet.com/163099543/flashcards

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, February 23, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:
A: 8-3 #13-29 odd
D: WS - Practice 6-1 Elimination Method, WS - Choose Best Method

Math: WS - Two-Step Equation Word Problems

History: SBAC Interim Assessment today.
REMINDER: PAYMENT FOR CLASS TRIP IS DUE 2/27.

Spanish: Continue doing note cards, 40, 44, 50, 55, 60, 66, 70, 77, 80, 88, 90, 99, 100, 200, 300 & 400.
Number quiz next week, use the quizlet to help study.
https://quizlet.com/163099543/flashcards

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Language Arts: - Answer questions for chp. 6 and discuss. Read chp. 8.
• Homework - Paragraph - Describe the factors/events that led up to Lyddie's decision to go to the Lowell mills. Explain how she got the idea and the opportunity and how this will affect her future.
Algebra:
A: 8-3 Exercise #1-9 odd
D: 8-3 Exercise #1-5 odd, 13-29 odd

Math: Packet - Word Problems

History: Immigration Overview Lesson. See ISN for notes. No homework.
REMINDER: PAYMENT FOR CLASS TRIP IS DUE 2/27.

Spanish: Do notecards for numbers 0-30 and 2 notecards from the 30's. Numbers quiz will be on Monday.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, February 21, 2017 (NO SCHOOL)

Monday, February 20, 2017 (NO SCHOOL)


Friday, February 17, 2017
Language Arts: - Read chp. 6 of Lyddie.
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: 8-2 #2-10 even, (23-27 odd optional)
D: none (8-3 Try This in class)

Math: Packet - Translating Algebraic Expressions (p. 3&4)

History:

Spanish: No Homework

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, February 16, 2017
Language Arts: - Review /activities direct and indirect objects
• Homework - Do over worksheet on indirect objects (if necessary)
Algebra:

Math:

History:

Spanish: Write the pledge 5xs and practice saying it in Spanish. Tomorrow you will be reciting and writing it for a grade.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Language Arts: - Read and complete chapter notes for chapters 4 & 5.
• Homework - none
Algebra:

Math:

History: Industrial Revolution Invention Project. See ISN for all papers needed. Project will be worked on in class and for homework on 2/15-2/17. Due date is next Wednesday, February 22.
REMINDER: 2ND PAYMENT FOR CLASS TRIP IS DUE BY FEBRUARY 27.

Spanish: Write out the Pledge 5Xs, and practice saying it in Spanish.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Language Arts: - Read aloud chp. 3 of Lyddie. Work with partner to do chapter notes.
• Homework - none
Algebra: none (STAR)

Math: none (STAR)

History: Quiz today. Homework: Read Expansion and Reform: Technology of the 1800s. Highlight, use mark-up symbols and answer four questions.
REMINDER: SECOND PAYMENT FOR CLASS TRIP IS DUE BY FEBRUARY 27!!

Spanish: Write out the full Pledge 4 X's. Memorize the last 3 lines for tomorrow.
On Friday you will be reciting and writing out the Pledge for a test grade.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, February 13, 2017
Language Arts: - Use IXL website to practice identifying direct and indirect objects
• Homework - Worksheet on direct and indirect objects
Algebra: WS - "Practice 6-1" #1-9 (top 1/3 of page)

Math:11-1 IP #19-45

History: Class - Review for tomorrow's quiz on Ch. 11, S.1. Homework: Study for quiz. See Feb. 8 posting for text and review quizzes.

Spanish: Write out the Pledge of Allegiance 3 X's. Study the first 2 lines for tomorrow.
• On Friday you will be reciting and writing out the Pledge for a Test grade.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Friday, February 10, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:

Math:

History: No School. Quiz will be on Tuesday, February 14.

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, February 9, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:

Math:

History: No School
Quiz will be moved to Tuesday, February 14.

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Language Arts: - Notes on indirect objects; chp. 2 Lyddie
• Homework - Worksheet on indirect objectd
Algebra:

Math:

History: Lowell Mill Girls: Reading and Notetaking activity. Please note that quiz on Ch. 11, S. 1 will be on Monday, February 13. Here is the text:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%2011%20Sec.%201%20The%20Industrial%20Revolution%20Textbook.pdf
Here are some quizzes to practice:
https://quizlet.com/11883918/chapter-11-section-1-industrial-revolution-flash-cards/
http://www.phschool.com (Web Code: mya 4071)

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Language Arts:
• Homework
Algebra:

Math:

History: No School.

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, February 6, 2017
Language Arts: - Direct objects; chapter notes for chp. 1 of Lyddie
• Homework - worksheet on direct objects
Algebra: 8-1 Try This a-f, Exercise 1-7 odd, 9-14

Math: 1-7 vocab, blue boxes, GP 1-9
1-8 blue boxes, GP 1-21

History: Class: Notes on Industrial Revolution (see ISN). No homework.

Spanish: Read the Spanish article, underline all the cognates and tell me what this article is about. Also study for the "question" words quiz tomorrow. Use the quizlet to help:
https://quizlet.com/186474380/questions-words-flash-cards/

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Friday, February 3, 2017 (GO PATS!)
Language Arts: -
• Homework - none
Algebra: finish Stained Glass

Math: none

History:

Spanish: Practice the phrases, use the quizlet for help,
https://quizlet.com/151000957/flashcards

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, February 2, 2017
Language Arts: - Notes on direct objects; "The Cremation of Sam McGee"
• Homework - Mug Shot #15
Algebra:
A: 7-6 #1-5 odd, 13-17 odd, 23-26
D: none

Math:WS - Slope-Intercept Form (front and back)

History:

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Language Arts: - Interim Assessment - Revision
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: 7-5 #29-37 odd
D: 7-6 #1-9 odd, 13-21 odd, 23-36

Math:
E: packet GP #1-5
G/H: packet - IP #1-12

History:

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Language Arts: - Answer questions about "Stickeen"
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: 7-5 #1-9 odd, 19-27 odd
D: in class 7-6 Try This a-d

Math:finish stained glass (if not already handed in)

History:

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, January 30, 2017
Language Arts: -
• Homework -
Algebra:
A: 7-4 #5-31 odd
D: 7-5 #1-9 odd, 19-27 odd, 29-37 odd

Math:Stained Glass - finish graphing lines

History:

Spanish:

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Friday, January 27, 2017
Language Arts: - Quiz on active/passive voice
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: 7-4 #4,5,7,9
D: 7-4 #1-4, 5-31 odd

Math: none

History: Andrew Jackson and Indian Removal: Read "On Indian Removal" (Andrew Jackson's message). Activities completed in class. No homework.

Reading: Good luck in Spanish!

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, January 26, 2017
Language Arts: - Continue reading "Stickeen"
• Homework - study for quiz on active/passive voice
Algebra: 7-3 #1-7 odd, 17-23 odd, 34-43 all

Math:Packet - 4.4 IP #9-13 (QUIZ TOMORROW)

History: Andrew Jackson and Indian Removal: See packet in ISN. Questions 1-12 (they correspond to the first four documents) should be completed by tomorrow.

Reading: Vocab review sheet, test on Lessons 25 & 26 tomorrow

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Language Arts: - Begin reading "Stickeen"
• Homework - Worksheet on active/passive voice (quiz Friday)
Algebra:
A: 7-3 Try This a-d
D: 7-3 Exercise #1-7 odd

Math:Packet - 4.3 IP 5-13 (QUIZ FRIDAY)

History: Andrew Jackson and The Bank Part 2. No homework unless your ISN is not ready for Quarter 2 grading (all pages completed, dated, numbered, and Table of Contents).
REMEMBER TO PAY YOUR CLASS TRIP INSTALLMENT BY FRIDAY!!!
Quiz on Andrew Jackson (Chapter 10, S. 3,4,5) at end of week or next Monday!
Reading: Vocabulary lesson 26 . due Thursday

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Language Arts: - Active/passive voice (quiz Friday) ; class discussion of questions for "To Build a Fire"
• Homework - Mug Shot #14
Algebra: exam retakes today, review packet due tomorrow for extra credit

Math:Packet - 4.2 p. 101,102, GP #1-7, IP#8-13

History: Andrew Jackson and The Bank (Class Packet in ISN). Finish for homework.
REMEMBER TO PAY YOUR CLASS TRIP INSTALLMENT BY FRIDAY!!!
Quiz on Andrew Jackson (Chapter 10, S. 3,4,5) at end of week or next Monday!

Reading: 1) Complete Literary Elements & Devices packet
2) Vocabulary lesson 26 due Thursday

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, January 23, 2017
Language Arts: - Active/passive voice (quiz Friday); with partners, answer questions for "To Build a Fire"
• Homework - Mug Shot #13
Algebra: IXL and packet (extra credit), Exam Retakes tomorrow

Math: Packet - 4.1 IP #7-12

History: Periods A, D, G: Answer questions (any 4 of the 5) from text, page 367. Period E: Complete the Nullification worksheet in your ISN
•Text: Nullification
Reading: 1) Making Inferences worksheet
2) Vocabulary lesson 26 due Thursday

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Friday, January 20, 2017
Language Arts: - Vocabulary quiz - words for "To Build a Fire"
• Homework - none
Algebra:

Math:

History:

Reading: None

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, January 19, 2017
Language Arts:
• Homework - Study for vocabulary quiz.
Algebra: Midterm Exam Part 2 (no homework)

Math:

History:

Reading: Historical Fiction Book Report due Friday January 20

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Language Arts: Active/passive voice; read "To Build a Fire"
• Homework - Write a paragraph using all ten vocabulary words from "Yo Build a Fire" correctly.
Algebra: Midterm Exam Part 1, Part 2 tomorrow

Math: Finish 3.2 Packet #16&18; textbook 12-2 IP 8-17, PPS 27-28

History:

Reading: Historical Fiction Book Report due Friday January 20

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, January 17, 2017 (NO SCHOOL - Professional Development Day)

Monday, January 16, 2017 (NO SCHOOL - Martin Luther King Jr. Day)


Friday, January 13, 2017
Language Arts: Read "To Build a Fire"
• Homework- none
Algebra: MID TERM EXAM WED/THURS (optional study guide)

Math: Slope Packet - finish Guided Practice, Independent Practice #10-14

History:

Reading: Google Classroom Essay (if not already done in class) is due by 10 pm Friday night

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, January 12, 2017
Language Arts: Active and passive voice; vocabulary for "To Build a Fire"
• Homework- Essay is due.
Algebra:

Math:

History: Continue with Computer Activity (see yesterday's posting) 2 extra sites to use to help you write your persuasive paragraph:
http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Canals
http://www.legendsofamerica.com/ah-nationalroad.html

Reading: 1) Google Classroom Essay (if not already done in class) is due by 10 pm Friday night
2) Bring SSR book to Friday's class

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Language Arts: Active/ Passive Voice
• Homework- Complete essay if necessary.
Algebra:

Math:

History: Computer Activity:
Step 1: Building Our Infrastructure: Roads and Canals. 4 Photos: Complete Two Photo Analysis Sheets (Use one for the two road photos and the other for the 2 canal photos)
http://www.ohiomemory.org/cdm/printview/collection/p267401coll36/id/14707/type/singleitem
http://www.ohiomemory.org/cdm/singleitem/collection/p267401coll36/id/14693
http://digitalcollections.archives.nysed.gov/index.php/Detail/Object/Show/object_id/371
https-::indytransittour.files.wordpress.com:2013:04:nationalroaddrawing-jpeg.jpg
Step 2: Watch: How a Canal Works:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfWyBz5bHj8

Step 3: Read and Fill out Graphic Organizer:
1) Roads: The Journal of Jane Voorhees at
http://hti.osu.edu/sites/hti.osu.edu/files/Journal_of_Jane_Voorhees_Lewis.pdf
2) Canals: Recollection and... at: http://hti.osu.edu/sites/hti.osu.edu/files/Erie_Canal_Recollections_and_Reflections.pdf

Step 4: Assessment:
American System Persuasive Paragraph
Write a persuasive paragraph in which you give reasoning for the method of transportation---the canal system or the National Road---you would have preferred to use had you lived and traveled in early nineteenth century America. Excellent content in this essay will present three reasons with ample detail to support each including at least one specific reference to a primary source that was used in researching this topic. Scoring will be as follows: Neatness (5 points); Organization (Do you include an appropriate title and your heading?---5 points); English usage (10 points); Content (Do you give three or more reasons for your opinion with supporting details and at least one cited reference to a primary source.? ---20 points). Total Points: 40


Reading: 1) Vocabulary lesson 25 due Thursday
2) Complete graphic organizer: A Successful Failure which will serve as your pre-writing and text evidence for the Google Classroom essay explaining why the Apollo 13 mission was called a "successful failure"

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Language Arts: Last day to work on essays in class.
• Homework- Complete essay if necessary.
Algebra:finish project - lessons start tomorrow
MIDTERM EXAM WED/THURS NEXT WEEK

Math:packet - Equivalent Ratios - 1st page - front and back (#1-6)

History: The Monroe Doctrine: Class - Read Newsela article (primary source) using close reading strategies (individual and group). Cartoon analysis of the Monroe Doctrine. Homework: Complete the last page front and back in the packet.
•See Text at:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%2010%20Sec.%202%20Dealing%20With%20Other%20Nations.pdf
Reading: 1) Vocab lesson 25 due Thursday
2) Complete Read, Think, Explain packet for Scope article: Disaster in Space (if not already completed in class)

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, January 9, 2017
Language Arts: List of works cited; editing and revision.
• Homework
Algebra: finish project - lessons start on wed
MIDTERM EXAM WED/THURS NEXT WEEK

Math:station recap from last week

History: Intro to new unit: A Changing America - 1815-1840. Today's topic: The Monroe Doctrine. See packet in ISN. Homework: Complete one page in the packet (The back of the second page).

Reading: 1) Vocab lesson 25 due Thursday
2) Read Scope article: Disaster in Space and be prepared to discuss

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Friday, January 6, 2017
Language Arts: Complete essays.
• Homework- Finish essay if not finished in class.
Algebra:

Math:

History: Quiz, Ch. 9, S. 4

Reading: Book Report due January 20.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, January 5, 2017
Language Arts: Work on essays.
• Homework- Complete the first two body paragraphs of the essay.
Algebra:

Math:

History: Review Game played in class to prepare for tomorrow's quiz. Homework: See yesterday's post for text section and quizlet to help you study.

Reading: 1) Vocabulary review sheet for L 23 & 24, test tomorrow
2) Complete ANALYZING POETRY packet if not done in class
3) Bring SSR book to tomorrow's class

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Language Arts: Continue working on expository essays on social media and its effects on society.
• Homework-
Algebra:

Math:

History:
Class: War of 1812 continued. Complete Note guide and Map Activity in class. Homework: Read article and answer the four questions.
Notice: There will be a quiz on Friday. It will cover the War of 1812. See text at the following site:
http-::www.washougal.k12.wa.us:teacher:scott.boothby:Ch%209%20Sec.%204%20War%20of%201812.pdf
Review game can be found at the following site: https-::quizlet.com:19402597:american-history-chapter-9-section-4-flash-cards:
Reading: 1) Vocabulary lesson 24 due tomorrow
2) Complete discussion q's wksheet if not done in class

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, January 3, 2017
Language Arts: Notes on in-text citations; work on outlines of expository essays.
• Homework: Write introductory paragraph for expository essay in Google Classroom or writer's notebook. (p. G - finish outline only)
Algebra:

Math:

History:
War of 1812. See Note Outline in ISN. No homework.

Reading: 1) Vocabulary lesson 24 due Thursday
2) Read Scope article Swimming For Her Life

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


School Vacation: December 24, 2016 - January 2, 2017


Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Language Arts:
• Homework - none

Algebra: review stations, TEST WEDNESDAY

Math:transformation project - DUE THURSDAY


History:


Reading: 1) Vocabulary lesson 23 due Thursday
2) Complete worksheet DRAWING CONCLUSIONS: THE LIFE OF A PIRATE

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Language Arts:
• Homework -
Algebra:

Math:


History:

Reading: Book Report due January 20.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, December 22, 2016
Language Arts:
• Homework-

Algebra:


Math:


History:

Reading: 1) Bring SSR book. 2) Complete Venn diagram for Christmas Carol: movie vs. text

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Language Arts: Final rules on commas; planning for expository essay
• Homework - none
Algebra: TEST (finish tomorrow)



Math:Transformation Project - due end of class Thursday


History:

Reading:
) Vocabulary lesson 23 due Thursday 2) Complete worksheet CENTRAL IDEAS AND DETAILS: HUNT FOR LOST PIRATE GOLD
Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Language Arts:
• Homework - none

Algebra: review stations, TEST WEDNESDAY

Math:transformation project - DUE THURSDAY


History:


Reading: 1) Vocabulary lesson 23 due Thursday
2) Complete worksheet DRAWING CONCLUSIONS: THE LIFE OF A PIRATE

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, December 19, 2016
Language Arts:
• Homework
Algebra: review stations - TEST WEDNESDAY


Math: dilation ws, start transformation project - DUE THURSDAY

History: Complete Chapter 9, S. 3 Notetaking Guide. See text at:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%209%20Sec.%203%20A%20Time%20of%20Conflict.pdf
NOTICE: QUIZ ON WEDNESDAY ON SECTIONS 1-3

Reading: 1) Vocabulary lesson 23 due Thursday 2) Read Scope article: Hunt for Lost Pirate Gold

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Friday, December 16, 2016
Language Arts: Reading Day!
• Homework - none
Algebra: none (TEST WEDNESDAY)

Math: finish dilation packet


History:

Reading: Pick your historical fiction book report book and start reading!
Book Report due January 20.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, December 15, 2016
Language Arts: Practice commas with restrictive and non-restrictive phrases and clauses; watch and take notes on video about the structure of an expository essay.
• Homework- Read and answer questions on article about woman who uses social media to save stray dogs.
Bring a book for Reading Day tomorrow.
Algebra: 4-5 Compound Inequalities Exercise 1-29 odd, 38-43 all


Math: Packet - Dilations


History: Lewis and Clark assignment is due tomorrow. Permission slips and deposit for class trip is due tomorrow!!!

Reading: Bring SSR book.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Language Arts: Quiz on commas
• Homework - Mug Shot #12
Algebra: 4-5 Try This, Exercise 2-14 even, 15-22



Math: 5-6 IP 7-12, PPS 13, 17


History: See the following website to complete the Lewis and Clark Expedition Assignment:
http://www.lewis-clark.org/
• Topics: Corps of Discovery (featuring Lewis, Clark, and some of the significant members), Transportation (keelboats, pirogues, etc.) Native Americans (featuring some of the significant tribes and the encounters with the Expedition), Forts (featuring Fort Mandan, Fort Clatsop, etc.), Animals (featuring some of the significant animal discoveries and the encounters with the animals), Plants (featuring some of the significant plant discoveries and their uses by the Corps of Discovery), Guns and Swords (featuring weapons used by the Corps of Discovery), Lewis' Medicine Chest (featuring some of the medicines brought on the Expedition and their uses), Food (featuring foods brought on the Expedition by the Corps of Discovery and/or foods obtained from nature), Obstacles and Hardships (featuring some of the problems encountered by the Corps of Discovery)
http://www.lewis-and-clark-expedition.org/lewis-clark-hardships.htm

Reading: Vocabulary lesson 22 due tomorrow

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, December 13, 2016
Language Arts:
• Homework

Algebra:4-4 Read Examples, Try This a-c, Exercise 1-9 odd, 15-23 odd, 33-41 odd (Check your answers)
QUIZ EDITS DUE TOMORROW

Math:5-5 Read Examples, GP 1-3, IP 4-6, PPS 7-11
QUIZ EDITS DUE TOMORROW

History: See the following website to complete the Lewis and Clark Expedition Assignment:
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/lewisandclark/index.html


Reading: Vocabulary lesson 22 due Thursday

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, December 12, 2016
Language Arts:
• Homework
Algebra:
4-1 Example 2-3, Try This c-d, Exercise 9-19 odd
4-2 Example 1-3, Try This a-h, Exercise 1-7 odd, 17-23 odd, 31-37 odd
4-3 Example 1-3, Try This a-l, Exercise 1-7 odd, 17-23 odd
Check your answers in the back of the book!

Math: make-up 7-7 IP 11-20 if not previously completed

History: .Video: National Geographic Film on the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Complete the video guide as you watch the film. Homework: Reading and questions: Lewis and Clark Expedition

Reading: 1) Vocabulary lesson 22 due Thursday 2) Complete the Venn Diagram to compare/contrast the text and video versions of The Hitchhiker

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Friday, December 9, 2016

Language Arts: Comma rules; quiz Wednesday
• Homework - none
Algebra:

Math:


History:

Reading: Pick your historical fiction book report book and start reading!
Book Report due January 20.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, December 8, 2016
Language Arts: Using commas; non-fiction articles
• Homework- none
Algebra:
A: Back of Absolute Value WS #1-6
D: Back of Absolute Value WS #1-6, Book 4-1 Example 2-3, Try This c-d, Exercise 9-19 odd

Math: Transformation Packet - Translations, Reflections, Rotations 1-3 (Per H also Rotation #4)


History: Louisiana Purchase Storyboard Activity. Finish for homework. See text at:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%209%20Sec.%202%20The%20Louisiana%20Purchase.pdf

Reading: Bring SSR book.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Language Arts:More comma rules (5 and 6); workbook pg. 256, ex. 9; read article "Proof that the world will end tomorrow!"
• Homework - worksheet - Commas After Introductory Elements
Algebra:
A: 3-8 Exercise 2-32 even, 57-59
D: WS - Absolute Value (front only)

Math: 7-7 IP 11-20


History: December 7, 1941...Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary. Homework: Finish Reading article and answering the questions.


Reading: Vocabulary lesson 21 due tomorrow

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Language Arts:
• Homework - none

Algebra:
A: WS - Writing Equations Using Symbols (only need to write the equation - do not need to solve)
D: 3-8 Exercise 2-32 even, 57-59

Math: Review 7-6 (from yesterday), started notes on transformations (7-7)


History:
Reading: 1) Quarter 2 book report assigned today, due January 20.
2) Vocabulary lesson 21 due Thursday

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, December 5, 2016
Language Arts: Review comma rules 1-3; review and discuss responses to non-fiction articles.
• Homework Study for comma quiz.
Algebra: WS - Translating Algebraic Expressions/Word Problems

Math:7-6 Congruence: Green Box, Read Examples 1-2, GP 1-5, IP 6-10, PPS 11-14


History: Chapter 9, S. 2 The Louisiana Purchase. Map activity, reading, crossword puzzle, and questions. Finish what was not completed in class for homework.

Reading: We took the STAR test today. Vocabulary lesson 21 due Thursday

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Friday, December 2, 2016
Language Arts:
• Homework none
Algebra:QUIZ

Math:QUIZ

History:

Reading: NONE

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Thursday, December 1, 2016
Language Arts: Continue notes on commas; read and respond to non-fiction articles
• Homework Worksheet - Commas Between Adjectives
Algebra: Classwork - WS - Parts of an Expression/Solving Formulas, (D: WS - Writing Equations Using Symbols), Quiz Tomorrow

Math: Classwork - Measuring Angles - Parallel Lines and Triangles, Quiz Tomorrow

History: Historical Head Assessment. Finish tonight and over the weekend. It is due on Monday.
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%208%20Sec.4%20The%20Presidency%20of%20John%20Adams.pdf

Reading: 1) Complete ANALYZING POETRY packet, if not done in class
2) Vocab review worksheet for Lessons 19 & 20, test tomorrow

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Language Arts: Continue notes on commas; read and respond to non-fiction articles
• Homework Worksheet - Commas with Items in a Series
Algebra: 3-7 Example 1-3, Try This a-d, Exercise 2-20 even (D: also WS - Parts of an Expression/Solving Formulas)

Math: Angle Packet - finish

History:
Finish class assignment: Read 300-301 on States' Rights. On white paper: A) Study the chart on p. 300 and answer the Critical Thinking Question next to it. B) Answer the Checkpoint question at the end of the States' Rights section on page 301. C) Answer questions 6 & 7 from the Check your progress section at the bottom of 301. D) Write a short letter to T. Jefferson or J. Madison as if you are a Federalist or a Democratic Republican. In your letter express your views about the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions. Use details from the reading.
Text section can be found at:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%208%20Sec.4%20The%20Presidency%20of%20John%20Adams.pdf


Reading: 1) Complete graphic organizer "Analyzing the Zeppelin's Popularity" if not done in class
2) Vocabulary lesson 20 due tomorrow. Test on lessons 19 & 20 Friday.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Language Arts: Using commas correctly
• Homework none
Algebra: WS - (Lesson 5.2) Writing and Solving Equations

Math: Angles Packet - f&b of first two pages

History: Powerpoint and notes on Chapter 8, S. 4. Worksheet on Alien and Sedition Acts for homework.
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%208%20Sec.4%20The%20Presidency%20of%20John%20Adams.pdf

Reading: 1) Complete READ, THINK, EXPLAIN packet for Scope article The Flaming Sky, if not done in class.
2) Vocabulary lesson 20 due Thursday. Test on lessons 19 & 20 Friday.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)

Monday, November 28, 2016
Language Arts: Notes on using commas
• Homework - Worksheet - Commas in Compound Sentences
Algebra: Task edits and retakes, WS - Simplifying Algebraic Expressions

Math: 7-3 Example 2-3, GP 4-7, IP 8-15, PPS 16-28 even

History: Period A, D, E, G: Read 299 & 300 about the Alien and Sedition Acts and complete the bottom half of the graphic organizer from today's class. Period H: Read 298 & 299 about the XYZ Affair and complete the top half of the graphic organizer from today's class. Text for tonight's homework can be found at:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%208%20Sec.4%20The%20Presidency%20of%20John%20Adams.pdf

Reading: Vocabulary lesson 20 due Thursday. Test on lessons 19 & 20 Friday. Be sure to bring your Scope magazine tomorrow for continued work on "The Flaming Sky" article

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.)


Friday, November 25, 2016 (Thanksgiving Break

Thursday, November 24, 2016 (Thanksgiving Break)

Wednesday, November 23, 2016 (Early Dismissal)
Language Arts:
• Homework - none
Algebra: none (reviewed last night's hw)

Math: 7-3 Example 1, GP 1-3

History:
Reading: None. Happy Thanksgiving!

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Language Arts: Finish Writing Prompt; read and answer questions for "Thanksgiving: Fact or Fiction"
• Homework - Finish answering questions on above article if necessary.
Algebra: 3-4 Read Examples, Try This a-h, Exercise 1-16; 3-5 Read Examples Try This a-f, Exercise 2-22 even

Math:7-2 Vocab, Read Examples, GP 1-5, IP 6-10, PPS 12-17

History: Continued with Powerpoint and notes Ch. 8, S. 4. Homework: Worksheet on Alien and Sedition Acts.

Reading: Complete second open-ended question for Unnamed Story

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Monday, November 21, 2016
Language Arts: MyAccess Writing Prompt - Violence on Television
• Homework - Mug Shot #11
Algebra: Finish WS - Solving Multi-Step Equations

Math: 7-1 Vocab, Read Examples, GP 1-12, IP 13-24

History: Chapter 8, S. 3: Quiz tomorrow STUDY GUIDE: Quiz on Chapter 8, Section 3
1.Study the following vocabulary words: neutral, impressment,
2.Study the following people: Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, John Adams, George Washington, Generals Arthur St. Clair and General Anthony Wayne, Little Turtle (Chief of the Miami Nation) and Blue Jacket (Chief of the Shawnee Nation)
3.What were the Treaty of Greenville and the Jay Treaty? According to our Constitution, who has the power to negotiate treaties? What were the conditions of these two treaties? Were they successful in accomplishing their goals?
4.What was America’s position regarding the French Revolution? Who supported it? Who didn’t? Why?
5.What were the major points of Washington’s Farewell Address?
TEXT SECTION CAN BE FOUND AT: http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%208%20Sec.3%20Troubles%20at%20Home%20and%20Abroad.pdf
SEE QUIZLETS AND SELF TESTS AT THE FOLLOWING SITES:
https://quizlet.com/122148629/chapter-8-section-3-troubles-at-home-and-abroad-flash-cards/
http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=mya&wcsuffix=3043&area=view

Reading: Finish reading Unnamed story and complete all fill-ins. Answer the the first open ended question: What would you name this story? Justify your choice of titles with text evidence.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.


Friday, November 18, 2016
Language Arts:
• Homework -
Algebra: WS - Solving Multi-Step Equations (NO homework)

Math:SBAC Practice, Make-Up work (no homework)

History:

Reading: NONE

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Thursday, November 17, 2016 (Early Dismissal: Parent Conferences - Afternoon)
Language Arts:
• Homework -
Algebra: review 3-2 and 3-3 book problems

Math: finish task, SBAC practice problems

History: Ch. 8, S. 3 Powerpoint and notes. Complete Treaty of Greenville worksheet for homework. See text for help with the map:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%208%20Sec.3%20Troubles%20at%20Home%20and%20Abroad.pdf
NOTICE: QUIZ ON CHAPTER 8, S. 3 WILL BE NEXT TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22. SEE QUIZLETS AND SELF TESTS AT THE FOLLOWING SITES:
https://quizlet.com/122148629/chapter-8-section-3-troubles-at-home-and-abroad-flash-cards/
http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=mya&wcsuffix=3043&area=view
Reading: 1) Complete Finding and Using Text Evidence packet if not done in class
2) Bring a SSR book to class tomorrow

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016 (Parent Conferences - Evening)
Language Arts: Watch film version of The Giver
• Homework - Complete graphic organizer comparing/contrasting book and movie versions of The Giver.
Algebra: 3-2 Vocab/Property, Read Examples, Try This a-j; 3-3 Read Examples, Try This a-i, Exercise 1-14,32-39

Math: TASK - Scientific Notation (Classifying Planets - in class)

History: Chapter 8, S. 3 Power point and notes. No homework. See top of screen for notice about class trip.

Reading: Vocabulary lesson 19 due tomorrow

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Language Arts: Native American stories - reading and analysis
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: BOOK WORK: FIND Associative, Commutative, and Distributive Properties; 3-1 Vocab/Property, Read Examples, Do Try This a-d, Exercise 1-6,37-40,61-66
D: 3-2 Vocab/Property, Read Examples, Do Try This a-j

Math:Packet - Lesson 9 (all)

History: Quiz today. No homework.

Reading: 1) Vocabulary lesson 19 due Thursday.
2) Choose any FOUR of the six Critical Thinking questions on your worksheet and answer completely


Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Monday, November 14, 2016
Language Arts: Notes on complete sentences; finish presentations
• Homework - Mug Shot #8 (p. A #9)
Algebra:
A: SBAC practice, Transformations Pre-Test
D: Transformations Pre-Test, BOOK WORK: FIND Associative Property, Commutative Property, Distributive Property, 3-1 Vocab/Property, Read Examples, Do Try This a-d, Exercise 1-6,37-40,61-66

Math: Packet - Lesson 8 Problem Set 1,3,4; Lesson 9 Exercise 1-6

History: 1) Conclusion of Birth of Political Parties and 2) Election of 1796. QUIZ TOMORROW ON SECTIONS 1 & 2, CHAPTER 8. SEE STUDY GUIDE FROM CLASS. Try these quizzes and practice tests:

https://quizlet.com/20184876/chapter-8-section-1-washington-takes-office-flash-cards/
https://quizlet.com/20206226/chapter-8-section-2-the-birth-of-political-parties-flash-cards/
http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=mya&wcsuffix=3041&area=view
http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=mya&wcsuffix=3042&area=view

Reading: 1) Vocabulary lesson 19 due Thursday.
2) Read Scope article on pages 12-17 an be prepared to discuss tomorrow

*We'll visit book fair tomorrow so plan to bring money if you want to purchase anything.*

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.


Friday, November 11, 2016 (NO SCHOOL - Veterans Day)

Thursday, November 10, 2016 (Report Cards Issued for 1st Quarter)
Language Arts: Presentation of projects for The Giver.
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: Lesson 9, Task - Scientific Notation (planets)
D: SBAC practice

Math: Packet - Lesson 8 - Exercise 1-5

History: Birth of Political Parties continued. See Wednesday's post.

Reading: Vocabulary review sheet for lessons 17 & 18, test on Monday

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Language Arts: Presentation of projects for The Giver.
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: Lesson 8 (packet)
D: Lesson 9, TASK - Classifying Planets

Math:4-4 Scientific Notation PPS 21-32, 37-49, Tech Lab (p.179) 1-9

History: Birth of Political Parties. Ch. 8, S. 2 in text. See pages in your ISN. Tonight: Complete Homework Assignment page front and back in your ISN.
• Text:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%208%20Sec.2%20The%20Birth%20of%20Political%20Parties.pdf
Reading: Vocabulary lesson 18 due tomorrow

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016 (NO SCHOOL- Election Day / Professional Development)

Monday, November 7, 2016
Language Arts:
• Homework -
Algebra:
A: STAR, Lesson 8 (packet)
D: STAR, Lesson 8 (packet)

Math: STAR

History: Birth of Political Parties. Ch. 8, Section 2 in text. See pages in your ISN. Tonight: Complete the Graphic Organizer on Alexander Hamilton.
• Text:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%208%20Sec.2%20The%20Birth%20of%20Political%20Parties.pdf
Reading: Vocabulary lesson 18 due Thursday

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.


Friday, November 4, 2016
Language Arts: Discuss ending of The Giver.
• Homework - Project for The Giver. (Due Nov. 9) Project requirements are posted on Google Classroom.
Algebra: Lesson 8 (packet)

Math:
E: Quiz
E/G/H: 4-4 Scientific Notation Example 1-3, GP 1-8,10, IP 11-18,20

History: Election Project

Reading: None

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Thursday, November 3, 2016
Language Arts: Look at and discuss examples of projects. Begin working on selected project.
• Homework - Project for The Giver. (Due Nov. 9) Project requirements are posted on Google Classroom.
Algebra: 5-4 continued

Math: QUIZ (E: Stations, review ws)

History: Election Project

Reading: Bring SSR book to class tomorrow

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Language Arts: Finish The Giver and signposts. Hand in signpost journal. (Must be handed in by tomorrow.)
• Homework - Select a project for The Giver and begin. (Due Nov. 9) Projects are posted on Google Classroom.
Finish signpost journal if necessary.
Algebra: 5-4 Scientific Notation: Examples 1-7, Try This a-j, Exercise 1-36

Math:Stations, Review WS

History: Election 2016: See the following sites to complete your research.http-::2016election.procon.org:
Time for Kids
Reading: 1) Complete LITERARY ELEMENTS & DEVICES packet for The Tell-Tale Heart if not done in class
2) Vocabulary Lesson 17 due tomorrow

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Language Arts: Writing workshop - Complete and submit personal narrative.
• Homework - Narrative may be completed and submitted from home if necessary.
Algebra: Quiz 2.0, WS - Intro to Scientific Notation

Math:
E: Foldable (Study Guide) - QUIZ FRIDAY
G/H: Stations - QUIZ THURSDAY

History: HOMEWORK: Electoral College see ISN. Answer questions on second sheet given to you today.

Reading: 1) Complete EXPLORING MOOD activity for The Tell-Tale Heart
2)Vocabulary Lesson 17 due Thursday

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Monday, October 31, 2016
Language Arts: Read and record signposts for chp. 20-21 in The Giver.
• Homework - Edit/revise personal narrative using checklist. Due tomorrow.
Algebra: Stations

Math:
E: WS - Powers of Quotients
G/H: Foldable (Study Guide)

History: Hamilton's Financial Plan: Read and complete 2nd part of note guide in your ISN.
See text at:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%208%20Section%201%20Washington%20Takes%20Office%20.pdf

Reading: Vocabulary Lesson 17 due Thursday

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.


Friday, October 28, 2016
Language Arts: Class discussion of Chp. 15-17; read chp. 18-19 in The Giver.
• Homework - none
Algebra: Fold-able, Stations

Math:
E: WS - Powers of Products
G/H: WS - Powers of Quotients

History:

Reading: NONE

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Thursday, October 27, 2016
Language Arts: Writing Workshop - peer editing
• Homework - Edit/revise personal narrative using checklist. (Due Nov. 1)
Algebra: QUIZ

Math:
E: 4-3 Properties of Exponents: Example 1-3, GP 1-12, IP 13-24
G/H: WS - Powers of Products

History: Introduction to Ch. 8 Launching the Republic. Class activities on George Washington/Setting up the Executive Branch. Homework: Read 282-284 in text and complete top half of note guide. See text at:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%208%20Section%201%20Washington%20Takes%20Office%20.pdf

Reading: 1) Aeneid Diary Entry on Google Classroom, due Friday before class
2) Bring SSR book to class

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Language Arts: Trip to Killingly/ Reading in The Giver
• Homework - none
Algebra:
A: WS - Properties of Exponents
D: (no class)

Math:
E: (no class)
G/H: 4-3 Properties of Exponents: Example 1-3, GP 1-12, IP 13-24

History: Quiz today for periods A, G, H. Periods D and E will have quiz tomorrow.

Reading: Aeneid Diary Entry on Google Classroom, due Friday before class

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Language Arts: Read chp. 15-17 in The Giver.
• Homework - Work on personal narrative if necessary. Due Nov. 1.
Algebra:
A: WS - Simplifying Rational Exponents
D: WS - Properties of Exponents

Math:4-2 Look for a Pattern in Integer Exponents: Example 1-3, GP 1-12, IP 13-24

History: 1) BILL OF RIGHTS INQUIRY: FINISH! 2) Play the following Bill of Rights games:
http-::constitutioncenter.org:billofrightsgame:
http-::texaslregames.org:games_web_eng:BOR:billofrights.html
3) Study and Review for quiz tomorrow. See links posted on yesterday's date for more information.

Reading: Aeneid Diary Entry was assigned on Google Classroom today, due Friday before class


Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Monday, October 24, 2016
Language Arts:Activity - Significance of color in our world and in The Giver; importance of memories.
• Homework - Choose one important historical event and explain why it should be forgotten or remembered (paragraph).
Algebra:
A: WS - Operations with Exponents
D: WS - Operations with Exponents, Simplifying Rational Exponents 1-5

Math: 4-1 Exponents GP 1-11,13,14; IP 15-27,30

History: Bill of Rights Inquiry. See the following website to listen to the short video clips. Anwer questions in your ISN.
http://content.time.com/time/specials/packages/0,28757,2080345,00.html
NOTICE: QUIZ ON WEDNESDAY: CHAPTER 7, S. 3. 1) See text link on October 19 posting. If you have not read the text yet, make sure you do before the quiz. 2) Try the practice quiz at the following link:
http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=mya&wcsuffix=2033&area=view 3) Try the following quizlet:
https://quizlet.com/118122699/chapter-7-section-3-debating-the-constitution-flash-cards/ 4) STUDY GUIDE will be given in class


Reading: NONE

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.


Friday, October 21, 2016
Language Arts:
• Homework -
Algebra: WS - Operations with Exponents (classwork)

Math: 4-1 Exponents: Example 1-4

History:
http://content.time.com/time/specials/packages/0,28757,2080345,00.html

Reading: NONE

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Thursday, October 20, 2016
Language Arts: Reading workshop - personal narrative
• Homework - Continue to work on personal narratives as needed. Final copies due Nov. 1.
Algebra: WS - Exploring Rational Exponents, (D: WS - Operations with Exponents)

Math: WS - Exploring Exponents

History: Ratification Debate: 1) Read short dialogue to learn more about the Federalist v. Antifederalist Debate, 2) Read arguments about ratification and make a T chart in your ISN. Period A, D, E: Complete second half of Reading Guide for homework. See text on yesterday's post. Periods G & H: None unless you did not complete both sides of the reading guide.

Reading: 1) Highlight text evidence of antagonists (of Aeneas!) and the actions of those antagonists in scenes 5-8 of The Aeneid
2) Bring a book for SSR

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Language Arts: Read and record signposts for Chp. 12-13.
• Homework - Vocabulary crossword puzzle Chp. 6-11.
Algebra: WS - Exploring Rational Exponents

Math: TEST

History: Class: 1) Recite and Write the Preamble. 2) Read and complete reading guide (Period A, D, E - first side only, Period G, H both sides)
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%207%20Section%203%20Debating%20the%20Constitution.pdf

Reading: Highlight text evidence in Scenes 1 through 4 of The Aeneid that show Virgil read (or knows) The Odyssey and The Iliad

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Language Arts: Finish Chp. 11 and discuss Chp. 10-11 as a class. Begin reading Chp. 12.
• Homework - Worksheet - "Welcome to Utopia!"
Algebra: 5-2 More Exponents: Example 1-13, Try This a-o, Exercise 2-32 even (D: 2-40 even)

Math: WS - Volume Word Problems TEST TOMORROW

History: Essay: We the People: Then and Now. Write in class and finish for homework. Remember that tomorrow is the day to recite and write the Preamble!

Reading: None

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Monday, October 17, 2016
Language Arts: Read and record signposts for Chp. 10-11 in The Giver.
• Homework - Continue working on personal narrative. Due Nov. 1.
Algebra: 5-1 Exponents Example 1-12, Try This a-n, Exercise 2-50 even

Math: WS - Area/Volume Circle, Cylinder, Cone, Sphere
QUIZ tomorrow - volume equations, TEST wednesday - volume

History: Activity: We the People: Then and Now

Reading: Read The Aeneid and be prepared to answer some basic comprehension questions

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.


Friday, October 14, 2016
Language Arts: Writing workshop. Continue working on personal narrative. Due Nov. 1.
• Homework - None
Algebra: none

Math: WS - Volume and Pythagorean Thereom

History: Activity: We the People: Then and Now

Reading: Due Monday- Illustrate a memorable scene from The Odyssey on an 8.5 x 11" paper. You can draw it entirely or cut & paste images to create your picture. Just be sure to use text details, imagery, etc to accurately depict the scene.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Thursday, October 13, 2016
Language Arts: Notes and activities on imagery
• Homework - Find an example of a passage in your independent reading book that shows imagery. Write down the book title, author, page number, and excerpt.
Algebra: In-Class WS (activity from yesterday) WS - Exploring Exponents

Math: Packet - Volume of Compound Shapes

History: Try this interactive about the Preamble:
http://floridastudents.org/PreviewResource/StudentResource/117894

TEXTBOOK FOR THIS SECTION CAN BE FOUND HERE:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%207%20Section%203%20Debating%20the%20Constitution.pdf

Reading: Due Monday- Illustrate a memorable scene from The Odyssey on an 8.5 x 11" paper. You can draw it entirely or cut & paste images to create your picture. Just be sure to use text details, imagery, etc to accurately depict the scene.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Language Arts: Read and record signposts in The Giver.
• Homework - Get permission slip for field trip to Killingly High School signed.
Personal narrative due Nov. 1.
Algebra: In-class activity (Volume and Pythagorean Theorem)

Math: Worksheet - Volume of Spheres

History: Chapter 7, S. 3: Ratifying the Constitution. Class today: Introduce The Preamble. 1) Write first copy in ISN. Write 5 more times by next Wednesday. You will recite and write it in class next Wednesday. Practice! 2) Graphic Organizer on meaning of the Preamble. First column completed in class. Homework: Questions 1-4 Pop-Up Preamble Worksheet. Answer in complete sentences on separate paper.
TEXTBOOK FOR THIS SECTION CAN BE FOUND HERE:
http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/teacher/scott.boothby/Ch%207%20Section%203%20Debating%20the%20Constitution.pdf

Reading: No homework

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016 (NO SCHOOL - STAFF DEVELOPMENT DAY)

Monday, October 10, 2016 (NO SCHOOL - COLUMBUS DAY)


Friday, October 7, 2016
Language Arts: Reading Day! Book talks with Mrs. Reading in the library; read self-selected books independently.
• Homework - p. A - G none; p. H finish revision of paragraph #2.
Algebra: Packet - Volume of Compound Shapes

Math: Packet - Volume of Pyramids

History:

Reading: None

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Thursday, October 6, 2016
Language Arts: Writing workshop - How to write dialogue; continue drafts of personal narratives.
• Homework - Finish revisions of paragraph #2 for Friday (p. H due Wednesday).
Algebra: Worksheet - Volume of Spheres

Math: Packet - Volume of Prisms

History:Compromises of the Constitutional Convention: Finish study of the compromises and prepare for tomorrow's quiz.
See text at following site:
http-::www.washougal.k12.wa.us:teacher:scott.boothby:Ch%207%20Section%202%20The%20Constitutional%20Convention.pdf
Practice for quiz at the following sites:
https-::quizlet.com:73528322:chapter-7-section-2-the-constitutional-convention-flash-cards:
Reading: Summer Reading Book Report due tomorrow!


Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Language Arts: Vocabulary for Chp. 8-9; begin reading Chp. 8-9 independently.
• Homework - Revise paragraph #2 for a quiz grade (due Friday). (p. H will receive paragraphs for revision tomorrow - revisions due Wednesday)
Algebra: Packet - Volume of Pyramids

Math: Packet - Volume Activity (in class)

History: Compromises of the Constitutional Convention (Commerce and Slave Trade Compromise). See packet in ISN pp. 50-53. Finish any unanswered questions on pp. 40-53 for homework. NOTICE: QUIZ on Friday. It will cover all material from this week. See text at following site:http-::www.washougal.k12.wa.us:teacher:scott.boothby:Ch%207%20Section%202%20The%20Constitutional%20Convention.pdf

Reading: None, but book report due Friday!

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Language Arts: Writing workshop - draft personal narrative
• Homework - Mug Shot #7
Algebra: Packet - Volume of Prisms

Math: WS - Pythagoras in 3D #4-6 (E: 6,7a,10)

History: Compromises of the Constitutional Convention (The Three Fifths Compromise) See packet in ISN pp. 40-49. Homework: Qu. 4 & 5 p. 41 and Qu. 1,2,4,5 p. 44

Reading: None

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Monday, October 3, 2016
Language Arts: Graphic organizer and discussion of Chp. 7
• Homework - Revise one of your story leads for personal narrative.
Algebra: Volume Activity (in class)

Math: WS - Pythagoras in 3D #1-2 (E: 1-5)

History: Compromises of the Constitutional Convention (The Virginia Plan, The New Jersey Plan and The Great Compromise). See packet in ISN pp. 40-49.

Reading: Read Scenes 1-7 in The Odyssey and be prepared to answer some basic comprehension questions

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.


Friday, September 30, 2016
Language Arts: Vocab, read, record signposts chp. 7 The Giver
• Homework - Finish paragraph #2 on The Giver ( p. A) No homework p. D-H.
Algebra: WS - Pythagoras in 3D #1-6

Math: 4-8 Pythagorean Theorem: Exercises 17-22, 31,32,36

History: Complete Superhero Activity in class.

Reading: Google Classroom assignment "Who Caused the Trojan War?" is due by 9pm Sunday evening.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Thursday, September 29, 2016
Language Arts: Writing Workshop - Share leads with partners and discuss which lead is most appropriate for your personal narrative. Share plot diagrams and summaries of plot with partners.
• Homework - Finish paragraph #2 on The Giver (all classes except p. A).
Algebra:

Math:

History: No class for period A due to Woodstock Academy visit. Superhero Activity on Three Branches of Government.

Reading: Google Classroom assignment "Who Caused the Trojan War?" is due by 9pm Sunday evening.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Language Arts: Read chp. 6 in The Giver.
• Homework - Finish leads for personal narrative (due tomorrow). Write a paragraph describing the ways in which the Committee of Elders regulates the lives of citizens and analyze the effect that this has on society in The Giver (due Friday - all classes except p. A).
Algebra: WS - Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem

Math: WS - Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem

History: Checks and Balances Group Activity. No homework.

Reading: Update your Iliad character grid through Scene 14 (the end)

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Language Arts: Read and discuss sample leads for personal narratives. Try writing three different leads for narrative.
• Homework - Finish writing leads if necessary. Due Thursday.
Algebra: 11-8 Using the Pythagorean Theorem: Example 1, Try This a-b, Exercises 1-6,10,11,14,16

Math: WS - Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem

History: Class: 1) Checks and Balances. See p. 257 in text and article read in class. 2) Group Activity on Checks and Balances. Homework: Complete the back of the article given to you in class today.

Reading: None

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Monday, September 26, 2016
Language Arts: Continue reading and recording signposts for The Giver (chp. 4-6).
• Homework - Vocab crossword puzzle; finish plot diagram.
Algebra: WS - Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem, 11-7 Exercises 2-16 even,19

Math: 4-8 The Pythagorean Theorem: Examples 1-3, GP 1-8, IP 9-16

History: Class: Three Branches of Government and Separation of Powers. Completed the Three Branches Activity in ISN p. 35. Homework: Three Branches and Separation of Powers Summary worksheet. Fill out chart and answer bottom half in complete sentences.

Reading: Read Scenes 8-14 in The Iliad and be prepared to answer some basic comprehension questions

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.


Friday, September 23, 2016
Language Arts: Chp. 4-5 of The Giver. Record signposts in readingjournal.
• Homework - Continue working on plot diagram (due Tuesday).
Algebra: Quiz cont., 11-7 notes, Try This a-d

Math:Quiz

History: Continue research on Founding Father. You will not have the entire page 32 (ISN) filled in yet but will come back to it later. Begin Three Branches of Government Activity.


Reading: 1) Complete your Iliad diary entry on google classroom and submit before Saturday
https://classroom.google.com/c/MjMzNzg0MzA2MVpa/a/MjMzNzkzODMwMVpa/details

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Thursday, September 22, 2016 First day of Fall!!!
Language Arts: Review narrative plot diagram. Notes on terms related to structure of a story.
• Homework - Fill out a plot diagram based on one of your ideas for a personal narrative (due Tuesday)
Algebra:Quiz

Math: WS - Rational and Irrational Numbers, Quiz Review

History: Class today: Introduction to the Constitutional Convention. Notes first and then begin research of one of the founding fathers. See the websites listed below for research. Homework: Continue research, filling out as much as possible on the worksheet in your ISN. You will not be able to find everything.

•Text for Chapter 7, S. 2: http-::www.washougal.k12.wa.us:teacher:scott.boothby:Ch%207%20Section%202%20The%20Constitutional%20Convention.pdf

Websites for Founding Father Research:
http-::www.archives.gov:exhibits:charters:constitution_founding_fathers.html Try this first
http-::constitutioncenter.org:learn:educational-resources:founding-fathers Then this one....
http-::colonialhall.com:biousc.php This will work only for students whose founding father signed the Constitution
Religions of the founding fathers:
http://www.adherents.com/gov/Founding_Fathers_Religion.html

Reading: 1) Complete your Iliad diary entry on google classroom and submit before Saturday
https://classroom.google.com/c/MjMzNzg0MzA2MVpa/a/MjMzNzkzODMwMVpa/details
2) Bring SSR book to Friday's class

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Language Arts: Return and discuss paragraphs and how to improve them. Begin Chp. 4 of The Giver.
• Homework - Rewrite Monday's paragraph focusing on strong topic sentence, analysis of examples, and mechanics (spelling, capitalization, punctuation). Hand in both copies. (Revised copy will be graded.)
Algebra: Operations with Rational and Irrational Numbers, QUIZ TOMORROW


Math: Cubes and Cube Roots - QUIZ FRIDAY

History:
•Quiz today on Ch. 7, S. 1 and notes.
Peace One Day Extra Credit assignment for homework.

Reading: Complete your Iliad character graphic organizer for scenes 1-7. Make sure you've listed ALL characters mentioned so far and included symbols for each character.

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Language Arts: Review writing prompt and Narrative Writing Checklist; brainstorm list of possible topics for first narrative writing assignment.
• Homework - finish brainstormed list of topics for personal narrative (6-8 possible topics).
Algebra: Packet - Comparing Irrational Numbers

Math: 4-6 Approximating Square Roots

History: See Friday, September 16 for four links about tomorrow's quiz.


Reading: None!

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Monday, September 19, 2016
Language Arts: Class - Read and record signposts for Chp. 3 of The Giver. Take notes on structure of a paragraph.
• Homework - Paragraph: Describe two ways in which Jonas's world is different from ours. (Follow format in notes on structure of a paragraph).
Algebra: 11-1 Real Numbers: Example 8; Try This h (round to the nearest 10th); Exercises 27,29 (round to the nearest 10th), WS Irrational Numbers: Cubes and Cube Roots

Math:4-5 Squares and Square Roots: Example 1-3; GP 1-4,9-10-13; IP 14-22 even, 23-26, PPS 38-44 even; "This is PERFECT!" - perfect squares 1-20

History: Tonight: Answer four questions about Shays' Rebellion (see page 29 in your ISN).
See Friday September 16 for information about Wednesday's quiz.


Reading: Read the first seven scenes of The Iliad and be prepared to answer some basic plot/character comprehension questions. This probably means you need to read it TWICE for better understanding

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.


Friday, September 16, 2016
Language Arts: Class - Vocabulary quiz cup. 1-2 vocab words.
• None
Algebra: 11-1 Real Numbers: Example 1-7; Try This a-g; Exercies 2-14 even, 20-26 even

Math: Extra Credit - Converting Repeating Decimals to Fractions 1-3

History: Class Activity on the Articles of Confederation. Notice: There will be a quiz next Tuesday or Wednesday on Chapter 7, S. 1 and notes.
1) Here is a study guide: See Google Classroom

2) Here is a link to the section in the text if you want to reread: it:http-::www.washougal.k12.wa.us:teacher:scott.boothby:Ch%207%20Section%201%20Governing%20a%20New%20Nation.pdf

3) Here is a link to a pretest you can try from the textbook:
http-::www.phschool.com:webcodes10:index.cfm?wcprefix=mya&wcsuffix=2031&area=view

4) Here is a link to a quizlet that you can try:
https://quizlet.com/57356102/unit-3-chapter-7-section-1-governing-a-new-nation-flash-cards/

Reading: Summer Reading project due Friday 10/7/2016. Open PDF for more info

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Thursday, September 15, 2016
Language Arts:
• Homework - Study for vocabulary quiz.
Algebra: WS - Converting Repeating Decimals to Fractions 1-4

Math: WS - Converting repeating Decimals to Fractions 1-4

History: No Homework

Homework:

Reading: 1) Read, Think, Explain: Identifying Nonfiction Elements packet for Scope article From Terror to Hope due tomorrow
2) Bring SSR book to class tomorrow

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Language Arts: Class - Check and review homework; Prezi on The Giver; begin reading using Notice & Note signposts.
• Homework - Write a paragraph using 10 vocabulary words correctly.
Algebra: Notes - Converting Repeating Decimals to Fractions - Example 1, Exercise 1-2

Math: Notes - Converting Repeating Decimals to Fractions - Example 1, Exercise 1-2

History: Chapter 7, S. 1 Reading and Questions Worksheet.

Reading: Read, Think, Explain: Identifying Nonfiction Elements packet for Scope article From Terror to Hope is due Friday

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Language Arts: Class - Review vocabulary chp. 1-2; definition and examples of dystopia.
• Homework - Find an example (book or movie) of a dystopian society. Describe the characteristics of this society that fit the definition of a dystopia.
Algebra: STAR Testing, Worksheet - Rational Numbers: Decimal Expansions

Math: STAR Testing, Worksheet - Rational Numbers: Decimal Expansions

History: Periods A & G: The Republic Paragraph, Periods D,E,H: Forms of Government worksheet

Reading: Complete What's the Tone? worksheet for Scope article From Terror to Hope

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Monday, September 12, 2016
Language Arts: Class - Vocab Chp. 1-2 The Giver; utopia - notes and examples
• Finish student council essay
Algebra:
Period A: Worksheet - Solving Equations with Rational Numbers - circled problems
Period D: Solving Equations with Rational Numbers - word problems - all

Math:
Period E: 2-7 Solving Equations with Rational Numbers: PPS 29-31,50-53
Period G/H: 2-7 Solving Equations with Rational Numbers: Examples 1,2,3; GP 1,2,7,9,13; IP 14-17,20-23,28

History: Period A: Worksheet on forms of government. Periods D,E,H: The Republic paragraph. Period G: nothing

Reading: Complete Central Ideas worksheet for Scope article From Terror to Hope

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.


Friday, September 9, 2016
Language Arts: Class - Notice and Note Signpost #5 - Again and Again; Begin student council essay
• Homework - Work on student council essay (due Tuesday)
Algebra:
Period A: Review Packet - Dividing Rational Numbers - circled problems
Period D: Worksheet - Solving Equations with Rational Numbers - circled problems

Math:
Period E: 2-7 Solving Equations with Rational Numbers: Examples 1-3; GP 1,2,7,9,13; IP14-17,20-23,28
Period G/H: 2-5 Dividing Rational Numbers: Examples 1,2,4; GP 1,2,9,10,23; IP 24,26,28,,32,34,38,,46

History: Some classes are behind on completing the American Revolution Scavenger Hunt. You may play these American Revolution games after you turn in the Scavenger Hunt:
http://www.pbs.org/ktca/liberty/road.html
https://www.superteachertools.us/jeopardyx/jeopardy-review-game.php?gamefile=296433#.V9LEoD4rJz8

Reading: Summer Reading project due Friday 10/7/2016. Open PDF for more info

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Thursday, September 8, 2016
Language Arts: Class - Notice and Note Signposts 3 & 4 - Tough Questions, Words of the Wiser
• Homework - Mug Shot #5
Algebra:
Period A: Review Packet - Multiplying Rational Numbers - circled problems
Period D: Review Packet - Dividing Rational Numbers - circled problems

Math:
Period E: 2-5 Dividing Rational Numbers: Example 1,2,4; GP 1,2,9,10,23; IP 24,26,28,,32,34,38,,46
Period G/H: 2-4 Multiplying Rational Numbers: Example 1,2,3,4; GP 1,2,5,6,9,13; IP 14,16,18,,22,24,26,,30,32,34,,38

History:See September 7. Scavenger Hunt completed today.

Reading: 1) Bring SSR book to class tomorrow
2) Complete vocab sheet for Scope article From Terror to Hope

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016 (Open House Tonight!)
Language Arts: Class Notice and Note Signpost #2 - Aha Moment
• Homework - none (open house)
Algebra:
Period A: Review Packet - 3rd page - F&B, 4th page - F
Period D: Review Packet - 4th page - B, 5t page - F

Math:
Period E: 2-4 Multiplying Rational Numbers: Examples 1,2,3,4; GP 1,2,5,6,9,13; IP 14,16,18,,22,24,26,,30,32,34,,38
Period G/H: 2-6 Adding and Subtracting with Unlike Denominators: Examples 1,3; GP 1,3,8; IP 10,12,14,16,23

History: American Revolution Scavenger Hunt Complete in class.

Reading: Complete your Literary Elements packet if not already done in class

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Language Arts: Class - Notice and Note Reading Signposts - Contrasts and Contradictions
•Homework - Mug Shot #4 (editing and revision)
Algebra:
Period A: Review Packet - 2nd page - F&B
Period D: Review Packet - 3rd page - F&B, 4th page - F

Math:2-3 Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers: Examples 1,2,3; GP 1-3,6,7; IP 13,14,16,18,20
(Period E: also 2-6 Adding and Subtracting with Unlike Denominators: Example 1; GP 1,2; IP 10,12)

History: Class: "Hey, King: Get Off Our Backs" Homework: Complete worksheet that goes with article read in class.

Reading: Complete the first two sections of your Literary Elements packet. We're taking the first of five STAR Reading Assessments in class tomorrow

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Monday, September 5, 2016 - NO SCHOOL - Labor Day


Friday, September 2, 2016
Language Arts:

Algebra:
Period A: Review Packet - 1st page - F&B
Period D: Review packet - 2nd page - F&B

Math:2-2 Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers: Examples 1,2,3; Guided Practice 3,4,6,7,9; Independent Practice 10-26 even

History: Class: Finish setting up the ISN. Activity: Map of Colonial America. Begin reading article: Hey, King, Get off Our Backs! No homework this weekend!

Reading: Summer Reading project due Friday 10/7/2016. Open PDF for more info


Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Thursday, September 1, 2016
Language Arts: Class - Reading Survey; discussion on choosing books
• Homework - "Thinking About Yourself as a Writer" (Answer in complete sentences) No homework for p. D because of assembly!
Algebra:
Period D: Review Packet - 1st page - F&B

Math:2-1 Rational Numbers: Examples 1,2,3; Guided Practice 1-3,11-13,19-21; Independent Practice 29-56 even

History: Period A: See yesterday for class and homework assignment.
Class: Goal setting for the new year (video, powerpoint and writing of goal). Geography review and History VIP Activity. Homework: Finish for homework what you didn't finish in class!

Reading: 1) Bring SSR book for tomorrow's class
2) Complete Making Inferences paper if not done in class

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Language Arts: In class - Review classroom rules and expectations; "Getting Acquainted" activity.
• Homework - Take home forms from TAG and Course Description/Requirements and have them signed.
Algebra:

Math:

History:Welcome to Grade 8 and U.S. History Class. In class today we went over the course description and requirements. We also looked at a variety of quotes about history and completed a short activity. Homework: Get Form signed by your parents and complete the History Quote assignment. Note: Period A did not meet today.

Reading: Welcome Back! Summer Reading project discussed and assigned today. Due Friday 10/7/2016. Open PDF for more info

Science: (Click on the word Science to go to Mr. B's Schoology website to learn what took place in class today and what was for homework.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - NO SCHOOL - Professional Day

Monday, August 29, 2016 - NO SCHOOL - Professional Day