Science Tuesday

Students started viewing the National Geographic video, The Story of Earth.  They made tables of the time periods and recorded details regarding temperatures, atmospheric conditions, life, continents, etc.  Please be careful if you use CC as many of the terms are incorrect!   Also note that all work, including moon journals and any revisions must be submitted no later than April 4 for Q3 grades.

Algebra Tuesday

Students worked on unit 3.1 and ACE, Chapter 3, problems 1, 2, 3 in class.  Students who finished early had time to work on revisions and mathxl.

All revisions must be complete and correct no later than April 4.  I will be in for office hours on Wednesday morning, 3/21.

Science Monday

Students continued work on SST’s.

SST’s and ALL REVISION work must be handed in by Wednesday, April 4 for a grade change for Q3.  This date applies to all who are extending vacations.  In some cases, revisions and SST’s should be handed in before leaving for break.

Algebra Monday

Students worked on unit 1.4 and ACE from chapter 1, numbers 10 and 14-19, due Tuesday.

ALL revisions for Q3 must be completely correct by Wednesday, April 4 for a grade change.

Science Friday

Students started geologic time SST’s.  All students have copies of the chapter for availability for those leaving early or returning late from Spring Break.  These SST’s will be due no later than April 4 (the Wednesday after Spring Break).

All other revisions or late work should be in before Spring Break.

Algebra Friday

Students worked on translations in unit 1.3.  Unit 1.3 and ACE problems 8 and 11 are due Monday.

Mathxl unit 1 is now available also.  It will be due after spring break.

Students also received their SIWS test.  Revisions should be started before break.  Final, fully correct revisions are due no later than April 4. (End of quarter is April 6.)

Science Thursday

We completed our Solar System “football field” model and made planispheres as a close to our astronomy unit.  Students handed in their football field and the questions (from today) and the “Planets on paper: Modeling Diameter” and “How Big is our solar system” sheets.


Students worked on rotational symmetry after reviewing our notes.  Due Friday:  unit 1.2 and ACE chapter 1, problems 1-5

Science Wednesday

Students watched the Crash Course on Astronomy distances and took notes.  They then read an article we will use tomorrow.  Students who were absent on Wednesday will be able to get the article next class.

Crash Course Astronomy distances Notes sheet

Algebra Wednesday

Students took notes on transformations.

Transformations Notes

Students then worked unit 1.1, due Thursday.

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