Español (28 de mayo al 1 de junio)

ACTIVIDAD
Repaso General

 

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May 28 to June 1st

Two Point Perspective

Students will use the elements of line and perspective to finish their Two Point Perspective Sketch.

World History / May 28 – June 1

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK
Mon. May 28, 2018 Semester Exam II REVIEW

Google Classroom

Daily Task: Task assigned on Google Classroom.

HW: No HW

Tues. May 29, 2018 Semester Exam II REVIEW

Google Classroom

Daily Task: Task assigned on Google Classroom.

HW: No HW

Wed. May 30, 2018 Semester Exams No HW
Thurs. May 31, 2018 World History Semester Exam

*Do not forget to turn in your Review and your book*

No HW
Fri. June 1, 2018 Semester Exams No HW

Language Arts – May 27th – June 1st

We’ve made it! It’s the last week of school! Please take note that the Language Arts Semester Exam will be on Wednesday, May 30th during the second time slot. The exam is from 10:30am-12:30pm.

Students have already been given a digital copy of the review sheet. Please see below for another copy.

Important Dates

Monday Homework: Review for Semester Exam!

Tuesday Homework: Review for Semester Exam!

Wednesday: Semester Exam


Study Guide 8th Language Arts – Semester 2 Exam

 Topics Covered

  1. Trash – Plot, Character Profiles: Raphael, Gardo, Rat, Father Juilliard, Olivia, Jose Angelico, Major Themes, IQR
  2. The Fault in Our Stars (chapters 1-14) – Plot, Character profiles: Hazel, Augustus, Hazel’s Parents, Isaac, Peter Von Houten, Major Themes, IQR,
  3. MLA Citing
  4. Plot Twist Types

Literature Segment

  • Plot Diagrams/Summary of Story
    • Major events in the story that contribute to the rising action
    • The climax of each story, Satire
  • Character Profiles
    • Personality
    • Strengths and weaknesses
    • Significance/contribution to the story
    • Symbolism/representation/personification of character
  • Major Themes / Symbolism
  • Important Questions Raised (IQR)
  • Compare and contrast characters/themes/symbols from both books

 

Art May 21-25

Two point perspective

Perspective in the graphic arts is an approximate representation, generally on a flat surface (such as paper), of an image as it is seen by the eye. The two most characteristic features of perspective are that objects are smaller as their distance from the observer increases; and that they are subject to foreshortening, meaning that an object’s dimensions along the line of sight are shorter than its dimensions across the line of sight.

Students have finished their sketch in their sketchbook. They will begin drawing their final project.

Español (21 al 25 de mayo)

Día Tema Tarea Fecha de entrega
Lunes Palabras según su acento

 

Realizar los ejercicios ortográficos de las págs. 74-75. Miércoles 23 de mayo
Martes y miércoles  Textos dramáticos y su tipología  

 

 
Jueves Oraciones según la actitud del hablante .  
Viernes Repaso para semestrales    

World History / May 21 – May 25

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK
Mon. May 21, 2018 Go over “The Roman Republic – Assignment 1” Daily Task: Task assigned on Google Classroom.

HW: No HW

Tues. May 22, 2018 Go over “The Roman Republic – Assignment 1”

 The Roman Republic – Assignment 2 (Google Classroom)

Daily Task: Task assigned on Google Classroom.

HW: No HW

Wed. May 23, 2018 Spring Concert (Gym)

NO CLASS

No HW
Thurs. May 24, 2018 Go over “The Roman Republic – Assignment 2” Daily Task: Task assigned on Google Classroom.

HW: No HW

Fri. May 25, 2018 Semester Exam II REVIEW Daily Task: Task assigned on Google Classroom.

HW: No HW

Language Arts – May 21st – 25th

This is the final week of new material. We will be wrapping up the quarter with a class debate. Students will be working in teams and will prepare an argument and defend their position. The week will end with a review in preparation for semester exams next week.

Important Dates

Monday Homework: Debate Preparation

Tuesday Homework: Debate Preparation

Thursday: Semester Exam Review

Friday: Semester Exam Review

Physical Science- May 21-25

Topic: Waves

Classwork:
Analog vs. Digital Video & CER
Sound Waves Lab

Homework:
Students should be reviewing for the semester exam each day!
Waves Review (see below)- Due Wednesday, May 23rd

Semester Exam Review Packet:

  • Acids & Bases and Motion- Due Thurs, May 24th
  • Forces and Work, Energy & Simple Machines- Due Fri, May 25th
  • Basic Chemistry & Electricity- Due Mon, May 28th
  • Magnetism & Waves- Due Tues, May 29th

Test:
Waves Test- Wed, May 23rd

Waves Review
1. Define wave, frequency, wavelength, reflection, refraction
2. Draw a longitudinal wave. Label the following parts: wavelength, rarefraction, compression
3. Draw a transverse wave. Label the following parts: wavelength, crest, trough
4. How are frequency and wavelength related to one another?
5. Compare and contrast longitudinal and transverse waves.
6. Is sound a longitudinal or transverse wave?
7. Is light a longitudinal or transverse wave?
8. Why can’t sound waves travel in vacuum, but light waves can?
9. When a wave meets a boundary what can happen to it?
10. How is interference formed?
11. Differentiate between analog wave and digital technologies.