Trailblazers Team

8th Grade

October 25-29

Monday

  • Literature (Mrs. Henry): Updated grade sheet, Journal assessments, Journal project due TOMORROW.
  • Language Arts (Mr. Pekarcik): Return graded work and update grade sheet. Journal 37. Vivid verb activity with Plain Dealer article. Class time to finish revising and editing short stories, and work on final copy. Final copy of short story due Wednesday!
  • Science (Mr. Walton): Students completed the assessment for chapter 2, section 1
  • Social Studies (Mr. Garver-Hughes):
  • Math (Mrs. Lukey):
  • 1st period- no HW
  • 2nd period-  pg 194 (1-4, 12-17) collected tomorrow
  • 3, 8, 9 period- angles WS  (transformation project due Thursday)
  • Mrs Schumann:
  • Literature:
  • Language Arts:
  • Math:
  • Mrs. Chari
  • Literature: Aesop Fable – read & discuss, vocabulay (Homework- read for 20 mins and journal).
  • Math: Problem of the day – adding decimals. Lesson – introduction to  transfomation and types (Homework-subtraction word problem).

Tuesday

  • Literature (Mrs. Henry): Journal Project due.  characterization sheet,
  • Language Arts (Mr. Pekarcik): Journal 38. Identify verbs and their tenses. Use various verb tenses in writing. Examples. Text practice p. 474-476. Assignment: Verb Tenses worksheet due Friday.
  • Science (Mr.Walton): Students created diagrams of the carbon and nitrogen cycles
  • Social Studies (Mr. Garver-Hughes):
  • Math (Mrs. Lukey):
  • 1st period-
  • 2nd period- 3-5 WS
  • 3, 8, 9 period-  interior and exterior angles WS (transformation project due Thursday)
  • Mrs Schumann:
  • Literature:
  • Language Arts:
  • Math:
  • Mrs. Chari
  • Literature: Reread Aesop fable and vocabulary – dictionary meanings (Homework-read for 20 mins and journal).
  • Math: Problem of the day – subtracting decimals. Lesson – review transformation vocabulary and work on reflections using manipulatives (Homework – Subtraction word problem).

Wednesday

  • Literature (Mrs. Henry):  Assessment, Point of View,
  • Language Arts (Mr. Pekarcik): Short Story assignment due. Share short stoires.
  • Science (Mr. Walton): Students created diagrams of the nitrogen and carbon cycles
  • Social Studies (Mr. Garver-Hughes):
  • Math (Mrs. Lukey):
  • 1st period-
  • 2nd period- section 3-6 practice from book (TBA)
  • 3, 8, 9 period-  Traingle ID practice transformation project due tomorrow!!
  • Mrs Schumann:
  • Literature:
  • Language Arts:
  • Math:
  • Mrs. Chari
  • Literature: Town Mouse Country Mouse – compare/comtrast (Homework – read for 20 mins and study vocabulary words).
  • Math: Problem of the day – multiplication. Lesson – continue reflections graphs using manipulatives (Homework – multiplication word problem)

Thursday

  • Literature (Mrs. Henry):  View myth,plot
  • Language Arts (Mr. Pekarcik): View video, complete graphic organizer.
  • Science (Mr. Walton):
  • Social Studies (Mr. Garver-Hughes):
  • Math (Mrs. Lukey):
  • 1st period-
  • 2nd period- 3-6 WS
  • 3, 8, 9 period- Quadrilateral ID practice  transformation project due TODAY
  • Mrs Schumann:
  • Literature:
  • Language Arts:
  • Math:
  • Mrs. Chari
  • Literature: Rewards reading program – decoding multisyllabic words (Homework- read for 20 mins. and study for quiz on Fri, 10/29).
  • Math: Problem of the day – division. Lesson – Translation using manipulatives (Homework – money word problem).

Friday

  • Literature (Mrs. Henry):  view myth, plot
  • Language Arts (Mr. Pekarcik): View video, complete graphic organizer.
  • Science (Mr. Walton):
  • Social Studies (Mr. Garver-Hughes):
  • Math (Mrs. Lukey):
  • 1st period-
  • 2nd period- chapter 2 review thus far in class (HW TBA)
  • 3, 8, 9 period- no HW
  • Mrs Schumann:
  • Literature:
  • Language Arts:
  • Math:
  • Mrs. Chari
  • Literature: Rewards reading program – multisyllabic words (homework – read for 20 mins).
  • Math: Problem of the day – pattern word problem. Lesson – translation using manipulatives (Homework – none).
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