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Week 6 Sept 16-120

1st Period: 8th Grade Science

Monday: Review Worksheet packet // Watch videos 2.3

Tuesday: Chapter 2 Review pg 63- 64 #1-5,7-16 pg 65 # 1-6

Wednesday: Review chapter work // Study guide for test

Thursday: Chapter 2 test

Friday: Science Fair peer review question day

2nd Period: Biology

Monday: pre-fix root // Food web activity

Tuesday: Finish food web activity

Wednesday: Chapter Review pg 62 & 63, #1-9,13-14,17-22

Thursday: Go over Chapter Review // study guide material

Friday: Prefix Quiz / Chapter 2 Test

3rd Period: Planning

4th Period: 6th Grade Science

Monday: Start Slide Show 11.1

Tuesday: Worksheet 11.1 // slide show 11.2

Wednesday: Finish Slide Show 11.2 // Worksheet

Thursday: Vocab Quiz Ch 11// Slide show 11.3

Friday: Worksheet 11.3 // slide show 11.4 if time

5th Period: 7th Grade Science

Monday: Chapter 2.1 & 2.2 slide show

HW 4 slide question after reading pg 46

Tuesday: Vocab quiz Ch 2 // slide show 2.3 & 2.4

Wednesday: ****early release ***** Worksheet 2.1-3

Thursday: Continue working on worksheet

Friday: Chapter review pg. 84-85 # 1-8,11-13,15-18 pg 87 #1-6

6th Period: STEM/Study Hall

Monday: Donor Choose Thank you letters // building experiments videos

Tuesday: tallest & strongest competition

Wednesday: No class

Thursday: Tallest & strongest discussion

Friday: Teachers choice (tinker boxes/class catch up/game day)

7th Period: Agricultural

Monday: Finish tool video

Tuesday: Food Journals due // tool worksheet // tool presentation outline

Wednesday: No class

Thursday: Presentation prep

Friday: Presentations

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