Math/Science

Math 8:  Class will finish work on systems of equations and begin practice work on multiplying binomials.  Handouts will be provided and unfinished classwork becomes homework. Math 6-7:  Class will begin practice on identifying angles and basic area problems that involve squares, rectangles, and triangles.  Unfinished classwork becomes homework. Science:  Class will finish lesson 1, chapter 3 Food and Energy […]

Math/Science Week of 01/04/22

Assignments not completed during class time become homework. Math 6-7:  Class review over reducing ratios, add/subtract mixed numbers and two-step equations.   Math 8  :    Class review of slope and line graphs and introduction of solutions of two equations. Science:     Topic is Human Body – Muscle structure.  See lesson 2, chapter 2 in text.  Student will read, discuss and […]

Math, Science

For Week of 11/28 Math 8: Class will work on one-step, multi-step, and compound inequalities.   Math 6-7:  Class will work on add/subtract, multiply/divide integers and one-step equations. Science 6-8:  Class will begin study of human body systems.  Lessons 1 and 2 deal with organization of systems beginning with cell structure. Unfinished daily classwork becomes homework to be completed by following morning.

Math, Science

8th math:  Class is working on solving inequalities (see text p. 66-72) and supplemental handouts. 6-7 math:  Class is reviewing adding/subtracting positive/negative numbers and solving two-step equations. 6-8 Science:  Class is taking quiz on chapter 4, lessons 1 and 2 over types of energy.  Class is also finishing lesson 3 on types of energy and will take a quiz over […]

Math/Science

Week of 11/1/21 Math 8: Class is working on Expressions, factoring, using variables, ;and solving equations.  (See text p. 56 – 67.) Math 6-7:  Class is working on Constant of Proportionality, calculating slope and graphing on coordinate plane.   Science:  Class is working in unit on energy.  Review lesson 1, types of energy, read and discuss lessons 2-3 details in types […]

Math, Science

Week of 10/18/’21 Science 6-8:   Student work is lesson 3 on p. 84-91 in text.  Inclined planes, levers and various machines and their uses to be explored.  Paired students are assigned to build small models of types of machines and explain their function. Math 8:   Topic for the week is subtracting exponents when simplifying by dividing algebraic ratios.  Board examples […]

Math, Science

Math 8 is working on simplifying ratios and expressions which involve exponents; supplementary handouts will be used for classwork and homework assignments. Math 6-7 is working on recognizing proportions and simplifying to lowest factors.  Handout supplemental handouts will be used for classwork and unfinished classwork is homework. Science 6 – 8 is reading in Chapter 3, lessons 2, and 3, […]

Science, Math

Week of 10/03/21 Science: We will work to complete lessons 1 and 2 in chapter 3, “Work and Power.”  (See text p. 70 – 84.)  Wednesday/Thursday activities include comparisons of mass/shape and force.  Activity using weights to experience work/leverage will also be included on Wednesday/Thursday. Math – 8: See text, p. 19 – 23, Integers and Equations, Factors and Fractions, […]

Math/Science

Math 8 will review one/two-step equations and continue exploration of multi-step equations and distributive properties.  See text pages 21-25 for introduction of expressions with exponents and how to add/subtract exponents. Math 6-7 will review addition/subtraction of ratios with unlike denominators; and mixed numbers with unlike denominators.  The class will also learn to multiply/divide positive/negative numbers (see chapter 13 in text.)  […]

Math/Science

Week of 9/20 Math 8:  Further practice on solving two-step and multistep equations; review finding factors, and Greatest Common Factor.  See pages 22 – 25 in text. Math 6-7:  Review multiplication/division of decimal numbers; adding and subtracting positive/negative numbers.  See chapters 9 – 11 in text. Science 6 – 8:  Lesson 3, Newton’s Laws of Motion, see text p. 44-49; […]