Thursday, January 12, 2017

Friday, January 20, 2017

SCIENCE: Enjoy your 3-day weekend.  Be thinking about/start your genetic disorder powerpoint!

MATH 8: p. 34,  # 1-5

IAG1 MATH:  Worksheet from class


Thursday, January 19, 2017

SCIENCE: Finish any questions from the Bug Builder's Lab that were not finished in class today.  Read pages 68-75 and answer the first 3 "Reading Warm-Up" objectives found in the upper left-hand corner of p. 68-ENTRY #5, Part 1, called "Meiosis".

Math 8:  Quiz over Investigation 1.1-1.4 in class.

IAG1 Math:  Worksheet "Rational - Irrational" numbers


Wednesday, January 18, 2017

SCIENCE: Review pages 62-67 to complete #3-9 on p. 67-ENTRY #3. PARENT SIGNATURE ON GENETIC DISORDER RUBRIC IS DUE TOMORROW!

MATH 8:  p. 18, # 10-17.  Draw area models to show the work on Number 10-11.  This assignment is due on Thursday.  There is a quiz on Thursday.

IAG1 - Worksheet - Pythagorean Theorem


Tuesday, January 17, 2017

SCIENCE: Use pages 56-61 to complete #2-7 on p. 61-ENTRY #2 continued. Go over the Genetic Disorder project rubric with a parent/guardian.  A signature is due by Thursday.

MATH 8:  p. 18, # 10-17.  Draw area models to show the work on Number 10-11.  This assignment is due on Thursday.  There is a quiz on Thursday.

IAG1 MATH:  Draw 2 right triangles and calculate the areas of each of the squares on the sides of the triangle.

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Friday, January 13, 2017

SCIENCE: Enjoy your 3-day weekend!

MATH 8:  p. 16, # 5,6, 35-51 Odd Numbers only!
  Quiz next Wednesday over Investigation 1.1-1.4

IAG1 Math:  Unit Test on Function Junction

Thursday, January 12, 2017

SCIENCE: Read pages 56-67-this is the first 2 sections of chapter 3 in our new textbook. Complete BOTH sides of the "Anticipation Guide/Concept Map" that goes along with this reading.

MATH 8: p. 16, # 3, 4, 25, 27, 29

IAG1 Math: p. 49, #22 - 28

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

SCIENCE: Review chapter 1 of the new Cells, Heredity and Classification textbook and complete #1-17 on pages 26-27 in ENTRY #1, third quarter.

MATH 8: p. 15,  # 1,2 18-23  Write the problems if you do not know how to solve them.  We will go over it in class.

IAG1:   p. 41,  # 7-16