8th Grade Homework Hotline

  • Team Discovery:

     

     Math (Lee)

    Geometry: finish classwork Practice 7-2

    Algebra: 9-54 through 9-59

    Pre-algebra: None

     

    American History (McCall)-

    None

     

    Science (Clapsadle)     

    Force Motion Test Thurs Feb. 16.  Students should review on study island : Physical Science Letter H-- Force and motion.  Also the study guide is in fusion text pg 71-74 answer questions.

    NHL website:  www.everfi.com

    Username:  ID#      Password:  Hanna123

     Fusion online link:   Fusion Website 

     StudyIsland.com       username:  ID#@ststudents.org          Password:  Hanna16

     

     

     Students are expected to bring their Science textbook to class everyday; if they lost the book, new copies are availible for $12; each student recieved a free copy in the beginning of the year.

     

    Literature (BARRIE)-


    **** INDEPENDENT READING ASSIGNMENT DUE JANUARY 19th, 2017- *** READ 5 BOOKS (2 non-fiction  - must be Holocaust/WWII related, can have 1 graphic novel, rest is your choice)

     

    - EDITS on TDA due TUESDAY 1/17/2017

     

    English (Sutton)-  

      • Schedule of paper:  “In what different ways can people be intelligent?

        Rough Draft Due (if you want me to look at it):  2/15 (B) and 2/16 (A).

        Final Paper Typed and Printed with FCAs paper attached:  2/21/2017 (B) and 2/22/2017 (A)

        After 3/7/2017 (B)  and 3/8/2017 (A) :  After this date it will be a zero.

       

     

    Fitton Math and Math Enrichment upcoming dates: 

     2/28  8ME Study Island Equations Due 

    3/6 test on slope and association

    3/31 Study Island Diagnostic 3 due

     

     

     

    Koval:

    Pre-algebra and Algebra 1:  Continue working through Unit 4 Portfolio.   Due: TBD   

    Geometry:  Continue working through 2nd Quarter Portfolio

     

    Careers/Tech (Rowe):  Excel projects 12 and 14 are due no later than Wednesday, December 21st at the end of class.  Students are also working on individual portfolios using the site www.livebinders.com.  Please review this site and your childs' portoflio over the holiday break.

     

     

     

    Team Phoenix:

     

    Science (Diehl) -   PA 2050 Energy sources map due next week; also work on Fusion book pages 124-133. 

    StudyIsland.com

    username:  ID#@ststudents.org
    Password:  Hanna16

     

    NHL website:  www.everfi.com

    Username:  ID#

    Password:  Hanna123

     

    Fusion online link:   Fusion Website  

     

    Literature (Dobyns)- 

    students are expected to bring their MyPerspectives textbook to class everyday; if they lost the book, new copies are availible for $94; each student recieved a free copy in the beginning of the year.

    THIS WEEK: Biography books and projects due Tuesday. Be prepared to answer five questions about your biography in class on Tuesday.

    OFFER TO ALL STUDENTS: YOU MAY RETAKE YOUR UNIT TWO TEST DURING AE; YOU MUST GET A PASS FROM ME THE DAY PRIOR TO THE RETAKE. ALL RETAKES MUST BE COMPLETED BY 2/24.

     

     

     

    English (Sutton):  

    • Schedule of paper:  “In what different ways can people be intelligent?

      Rough Draft Due (if you want me to look at it):  2/15 (B) and 2/16 (A).

      Final Paper Typed and Printed with FCAs paper attached:  2/21/2017 (B) and 2/22/2017 (A)

      After 3/7/2017 (B)  and 3/8/2017 (A) :  After this date it will be a zero.

     

    Fitton Math and Math Enrichment upcoming dates: 

     2/28  8ME Study Island Equations Due 

    3/6 test on slope and association

    3/31 Study Island Diagnostic 3 due

     

    Math (Moreland) - Students need to bring a binder to every class.  The binder cotains their syllabus, class notes, project packets, projects, tests, and homework all of which constitutes their portfolio grade (30%).

     ALL CLASSES - December 8th - last day to turn in any missing assignments.  Please see class syllabus  on my teacher page for rules regarding late work.

     Week of 11/29:

    Geometry - Students will complete Chapter 7 2/10.  Unit 7 test is scheduled for 2/14.

    Portfolio Check on 3/1:  (Bold type indicates covered in class already)

    Projects :

    Constructed protractor (& prototype)

    Height of Wall (Similar Triangles)

    Steps to construct an isosceles trapezoid.

    Triangle trifolds

    Flow chart proof similar to Ex#2, p.236

    Bridge Packets I & II with data.

    Units 6 & 7 homework

     

    Journal with postulates, proofs, properties, theorems and symbols

     

     

    Unit 7-1  p 369 21, 26-28, 30-41 odd, 43, 48-58
    Unit 7-2  p 376 9-65 odd, p 381 1-9 all (Fractals)

    Unit 7-3  p 385 1-257 all
    Measure from the wall, use a protractor to find height of wall.
    Unit 7-4  p 394 1-66 even

    Unit 7-5  p 400 1-65 odd
    Review & Test Prep: p 407 1-7, 8-36 evenly divisible by 4, p 410 1-23 odd

    Syllabus, Tests, Notes & ‘Do Now’ exercises

     

     At home, students should work on their project packets which are due on the day of the test (TBD).  So,if it has been a week or two since their last test, students should be about half done with their next packet:

    Algebra

    White-colored Project Packet (Inequalities): due on test day (TBD)

    Portfolio Check 3/1: (Bold type indicates covered in class already)

    7 Sentences about correlations

    Homework: PH PreAlgebra Chapters 8-5 & 8-6: p. 409  1-7, p.416 1-7, p.412 1-22, p.415 1-5, p.418 1-13

    Projects: Height versus Handspan, Height v. Width, Men’s Shoe Size v. Width

    3 graph project from 12/6.

    3D Cube with equations

     

    Syllabus, Tests, Project Packets, Notes & ‘Do Now’ exercises

     

    Pre-Algebra

    Current Project Packet is white and named 'Statistics: Data Representations'.

    Portfolio Check beginning 3/1:  (Bold type indicates covered in class already)

    Project: Class Measurements: Handspan versus Height

    Project: Create a unique word problem.

    H.O.T. Project (System of Equations, graphed & labeled, solved once with substitution then once again with elimination).

    Steps to solve for substitution (notes)

    Unit 8-5   p.416 3-7, p.412 1-22

                    p.415 1-5

    Unit 8-6   p.416 1-3, p.418 1-13

    Syllabus, Tests, Project Packets, Notes & ‘Do Now’ exercises

     

    Bronstein- Select three people for the Famous person project introducted this week

    Famous Person project assigned Jan 20

    Famous person project due Feb 14

     

     

    Careers/Tech (Rowe):  Excel projects 12 and 14 are due no later than Wednesday, December 21st at the end of class.  Students are also working on individual portfolios using the site www.livebinders.com.  Please review this site and your childs' portoflio over the holiday break.

     

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