Homework - 7G


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Home Access Center: The Home Access Center is an excellent tool that affords parents and students the opportunity to stay up to date on the student's progress as it is posted.  For good communication, it is anticipated that parents and students will stay current on the student's progress by accessing the Home Access Center a mini​mum of once a week. We encourage you to check it together and email teachers if you have any questions.  If you have any difficulty accessing it, please contact the office right away for assistance.

  • It reinforces what is taught in class, it provides verification of understanding to both the student and the teacher, and it prepares students for​​ lessons and assessments.
  • The next day's work is often predicated on the understanding of the prior day's assignment. Homework helps students develop self-discipline, responsibility, and the organizational skills necessary for success.​
  • Twenty percent of the final grade is an average of all homework grades for the quarter, while eighty percent of the final grade is an average of all of the different types of learning ​assessments (evidence) given in a quarter.


         Mrs. Campbell     Mrs. ​Johns      Mrs. Rollins​    Ms. Goings​     Mr. Aures (go to school website)


​Math   Mr. Aures' site for links  Math Counts website     

Week of: ​Nov. 18-22.

PRE-ALGEBRA: Khan Ac​ademy​    All homework is due the next day!

Weekend: Percent proportion and finding any of 3 missing pieces; percent wkst; Khan Academy due by Monday (Pre-Algebra: ratios, rates, proportions - quiz 1, quiz 2, quiz 6; and Expressions, equations, inequalities Unit test) 

Mon: HW Check; return and discuss proportion quiz; corrections due Tuesday!; percentages and circle graphs PG. EP 17 section 7-8 and Pg. EP44 (don't make circle graphs just find information (%, angle measure)

Tues: Quiz corrections due; Computing percentages mentally (no calculator) Pg. EP 16 (sections 7-4 and 7-6)

Wed: HW Check % wkst, EP17, EP44; Probability and percentages wkst

Thurs: simple and compound interest with %'s via logic and formula; EP 17 section 7-7

Fri:  Computer lab and percentages assignment - due next Tuesday before Thanksgiving break- % test next Tuesday! 

ALGEBRA:  Math Counts          Khan Academy    All homework is due the next day!

 Week of: Nov. 18-22 

Weekend: linear regression lines (TI84+ in class) wkst;  Khan assignments due Monday: Algebra 1: Forms of linear equations: quiz 1, quiz 2, quiz 3 and Unit test

Monday: return and discuss Linear Equations test: corrections due Tuesday!;  Begin Inequalities Ch 5 - symbols and one-step inequalities graphing wkst and Pg. 288 (30 - 40 x 2, Pg. 295 (30-40 x 2)
Tues: HW Check: scatterplots; multi-step inequalities Pg. 301 (12-46 x 2, 56-58, 60-63)

Wed: Compound Inequalities: AND or OR; Pg. 309 (16 - 23, 24-36 x 2, 44-47)

Thurs: day 2 compound inequalities wkst

Fri:   Computer  Lab Khan inequalities assigned - due Tuesday before Thanksgiving break;


Week of Sept 3, 2019

All assignments and documents will be available in Google Classroom

Please join remind- @cgoings1, 2, 4, 6, or 7 based on student class hour or    email   cgoings(1, 2, 4, 6, 7)@mail.remind.com 
Monday 9/2: Labor Day
Tuesday 9/3: Sign Syllabus, Comment on Youcubed video in Google Classroom (If you can't access Google Classroom- watch the video here https://www.youcubed.org/resources/four-boosting-messages-jo-students/ and write one sentence that relates each of the four factors to your life.
Wednesday 9/4: Create a simple lab poster in your science notebook.  Represent 1 or 2 of the lab safety rules listed on the back of the syllabus.  Color is great, but not required.
Thursday 9/5: 
Friday 9/6: 

History​ Mrs. Johns' Site for Links  

 Reading Response grades are homework grades which measure students ability to read content, using study guides and questions to guide their reading , and answer questions about their assigned reading.  Scores should continually be improving if students build this very important learning skill this semester.'

Study Plan for the week of November 11-15

Monday - no work due - Veteran's Day

Tuesday  - Reading Guide - Creating the Constitution - brough into class for discussion and revieww

Wednesday - Study 4.2 -  Reading Response 4.2A

Thursday    Study 4.2 - Reading Response 4.2B - IN class review

Friday- Evidence 4.2 

Please see my Google site for the most current writing/homework assignments and resources: 

Week of October 9, 2019:  

  • Review for memorization assessment
  • Parts of the Sentence pretest
  • Begin notes on parts of the sentence
  • Return poems and then file in portfolios
  • Study for memorization pretest
  • Get grade sheet signed and return
  • Extra credit: bring in copy of your poem that I can display in bulletin board hallway
Tuesday ​
  • Memorization assessment--subject/object pronouns, auxiliary verbs, prepositions
  • Notes on predicates 

  • Notes on direct objects, indirect objects
  • Begin SpringBoard--review academic vocabulary and literary terms


Thursday​Unpack Embedded Assessment 2
Begin reading "Phaethon"

​Friday ​Finish reading "Phaethon" and answer questions 
No homework--enjoy the 3 day weekend! 


Literature Studies   Mrs. Campbell    ​**Rdg tracker due e​very Thurs. worth 20 pts

​Week of October 7, 2019

​Done in class
-IR, reflection paragraph, Words of Wiser intro., Setting lesson
​-IR (independent reading), Bookclub wk 1 reading & notes
​-IR, setting quiz, meet w/ bookclub, Seedfolks by Fleischman chaps. 1-2 w/ character chart
-​IR, Seedfolks by Fleischman chaps. 3-4 w/ character chart
​-IR tracker due tomorrow
​-IR, update folder, set rdg. goals, 
​-IR, Seedfolks by Fleischman chaps. 5-6 w/ character chart



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