As we begin each day it is important to find little things that we might take for granted to stop and really think about. Maybe these are blessings that we want to thank God for - what would life be like without them? Let us focus on the reality of our lives this week.
This week: Let us continue to pray for the Blackburns and all others who are need of good health and are caring for the ill!
8th Homework :
? of the Day:
9/13: Can you challenge yourselves to study history until you can give all the details without looking? You will do very well on the test!
9/12: Can you complete the main ideas for the history review below - try it on paper?
9/11: Can you identify a U.S. state for each of the 10 U.S. climate zones? You might be sharing that tomorrow.
9/10: This week you are looking for saints who are role models. You've already written a character essay about someone you think is a good role model. Tonight I'm asking you to research a modern day, young role model named Patrick Laird. You may have to read a few sites to find what I'm asking about. Please write why Mrs. Keeler would think he is a good role model for all of you - find 5 points that make him a good role model [being a football player is not one of them]. Interesting fact: his mother graduated from Our Lady of Mercy School in Merced, Ca where you are a student.
9/13: D Street donation due NOW! - we will make lunches on Friday; review the mysteries of the Rosary
9/13: Write details for the 5 themes of geography, 3 types of maps, 4 hemispheres, lines of longitude and latitude and what they measure, 4 map projections and 6 regions of the United States. Now study for test on Friday.
9/11: redo Cornell Notes pgs. 10-13 if needed; study 25 geography terms - test Wednesday! Study U.S. Map features and regions for Friday.
9/10: finish Cornell Notes pgs. 10-13; study 25 geography terms - test Wednesday! Study U.S. Map features and regions for Friday.
9/13; Prepare your career presentations
9/13: p.38 WE #2-20 even
9/12: p.35 #55-56
9/11: p.639 #22-36 even
7 Life Science:
9/13: Write the 6 Kingdoms and what they stand for:
1. Archaebacteria: ancient bacteria
2. Eubacteria: current bacteria
3. Protista: simple single and multiple celled organisms
4. Plantae: complex multicellular green plants
5. Fungi: decomposers known as fungus
6. Animalia: Complex multicellular animal organisms
9/10: complete the measurement system for "time" - tools and units
7 World History:
9/13: Continue map clean-up: Do your best , the process is what's counts
9/12: Research and write an example of the landforms # 21-30 from your Atlas text, clean up map
9/11: Research and write an example of the landforms # 1-20 from your Atlas text:
examples of landforms: 1. canal Grand Canal, Venice, Italy
9/10: Define the 30 terms in Atlas book on folded, numbered binder paper as described in class - spelling counts!
7 Steps to the Scientific Method
1. Observe using your 5 senses.
2. Ask a question about what you have observed.
3. Form a Hypothesis, an educated guess, about the answer to the question. 4. Test the hypothesis with an experiment and collect data.
5. Analyze the results, data, of the experiment.
6. Draw a conclusion comparing your results to your hypothesis.
7. Publish your findings to share with the world