Monthly Archives: October 2015

Investigation 1 Outline

Here is an outline of what you need to study for the quiz on Wednesday:

  • Solving for ratios (finding the value of X)
  • Finding different rates given a particular ratio
  • Analyzing ratios and solving problems given survey tables

You should still study all information and strategies from Investigation 1.  Do not limit yourself to this list.  Study everything!

 

Reading Response Packet

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Homework

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Introductions Vocabulary HW #1

Make interactive notes just like you did for the countries/capitals, but this time with the new vocabulary words.

You are responsible for the words/phrases starting from Saludos to Mi nombre es _______.

You are going to put the SPANISH word or phrase on the OUTSIDE and the ENGLISH meaning INSIDE.

See below for the voacbulary list and an example of the homework.

DUE DATE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH.

 

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Comparing Ratios – 1.2

complete #10 on page 22

 

 

Standard Deviation

Finish page 94 – all parts.  Follow it step by step.  It will tell you how to find the standard deviation every time!!

 

 

7th Grade Homework

Hello Students! The following homework is due tomorrow, Friday, October 30.

Work on your writing piece. By Friday, October 30th, have a neat written/typed draft of your introduction.

Additionally, your Reading Reflection #4 for Week 4 of your IR books is due tomorrow.

Best,
Ms. Zhen

6th Grade Homework

Hello Students! The following homework is due tomorrow, Friday, October 30.

Work on your writing piece. By Friday, October 30th, have a neat written/typed draft of your introduction.

Additionally, your Reading Reflection #4 for Week 4 of your IR books is due tomorrow.

Best,
Ms. Zhen

Standard Deviation – 4.4

 

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**Unit 1 Test on 11/5 – Review sheet will be given out on Monday

 

ELA 702 and 8: Extra Credit

Extra Credit

[Due Friday 10/30/15]

To get your creative juices flowing and oozing from your pores, I will allow you (student) to write a short, spooky Halloween story to share with the class.

Guidelines:

  • Length: 1-2 pages (max)
  • Check for spelling/grammar!
  • Has to give me (teacher) and your peers chills down our spines.
  • Appropriate language (PG13); Nothing too gory/gruesome/ violent
  • BE CREATIVE! This means: sensory details [see/touch/hear/smell/taste] and adjectives [descriptive words]