Academic Calendar 2017-2018

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

Today's Quote:


Seventh-grade classes dissected away the muscles fro the humerus of the chicken wing and I think we're going to call it done. The wings are deteriorating faster than I anticipated. Sixth graders began taking notes about plate tectonics and we started in on our continental movement lab. Additionally, I told them that Hobby Lobby has the model rockets we will need for our final project in class. They have a limited supply so I recommended they get them as soon as possible. I will provide the rocket motors. If they already have a rocket at home, they have previously built, they can use it. Eight graders finished up their STEM locator college survey so I could get them in the mail.

Brain Bender:

"It was a rather different trip, " recounted Professor Quantum. "For a month our tour group traveled around Europe viewing the sights and showing our finds. The strange thing is that we had a man traveling with us who never saw a thing the whole trip. Even the children in our group would never call this man daddy. " Who was he?


(This should be written in your planner every day)
Vocabulary Builder word list
Many of you have stated that this week has been overwhelming in all your classes, so today we are going to take a break and allow you to play catch up. This IS NOT open talking time or sit and do nothing time. This is time you can use to view and take notes over the upcoming units, study for your vocabulary test, or finish the labs we have been working on
All Periods: Quiz Thursday and Friday.


A-not, withoutamoral, APATHYANOMALY
AB-, ABS-away from, off, apartabrupt, ABSCONDABSTRACT
AD-, AC-, AN-, AS-toward, againstadvent, accurate, ANNOTATE, assent
AMBI-, AMB-around, about, on both sidesAMBIGUOUSAMBIVALENT
ANTE-before, in front of, earlyantecede, antedate, antebellum



-ABLE, -ABLYable to, capable of being.unalienable, insuperable
-ACYstate or quality of beingintricacy, democracy
-AGEbelonging to, related tomarriage, acreage, postage
-ALpertaining to, act ofinfinitesimal, EPHEMERAL
-ANAsayings, writtings, facts ofAmericana



UNI-oneUNIFORM, unicorn, unilateral
PRIM-, PRIMO-firstprimary, primitive, primogenitor
DU-twoduet, dual
BI-, BIN-two, twicebicycle, binoculars

Latin word


abstinereto hold backabstain, ABSTINENCE
accollareto embraceACCOLADE
acerbus, AC, ACRsharp, bitter, souracerbic, acrid, acumen, acrimony
actuareto do, to moveACTUATE
actus, ACTdrive, lead, to do, to actactive, activate, activism, react



A-, AN-not, withoutapolitical, anoxia, amoral, ATYPICAL
ACRO-top, endacrobat
AMB-, AMPHI-aroundamphitheater, ambit, AMBIANCE
AMB-, AMPH-both, more than oneamphibious, AMBIGUOUSAMBIVALENT



TRI-threetrimester, trycycle



-AC, -IACpertaining tocardiac, hypochondriac
-AGIA, ALGIA-painneuralgia
-ASTone who doesdicast

Periods 1 &2  Finish chicken wing dissection  Due today
 Begin reading Chapter 13 digestion and excretion OR take notes from this Digestion and excretion Power Point. Watch this video. and take notes

Lab:  Our goal is to dissect the chicken wing and compare what we find to the muscles in the human arm.

Periods 3 & 5 Read Chapter 6 in your book or take notes from this 

Periods 4 & 6 Read Chapter 1 on describing motion.
If you missed the elephant toothpaste lab, make up work is Chapter 10 sec 2 &3- due Friday
Take notes over these videos:

6th Grade Honor's Earth Space Science:

6th Grade Class Information and Syllabus

Earth’s Structure and Changes Over Time

Unit Essential Question: How do the processes of the rock cycle and human activities alter the surface of Earth over time? 
How do the processes of the rock cycle and human activities alter the surface of Earth over time?
Key Learning Statement: The shape of the land changes over time through two major processes, both natural and manmade.  Natural changes occur through weathering, erosion, and deposition which are agents of the rock cycle.  Manmade changes occur through deforestation, urbanization, desertification, air, land, water quality, and change in flow and pollution of water.  

Chapters 10 and 6 in the textbook. If you are out sick, you are expected to red these chapters and if you miss a lab day, you will need to do the chapter section reviews, "Try this"problems and math practice questions for credit.

Homework: IXL nightly

Review The Early Earth- Quiz Wednesday

7th Grade Honors Life Science

7th Grade Class Information and Syllabus

Human Body
Unit Essential Question: How are the systems of the human body organized so that they work together to maintain homeostasis?

Key Learning Statement: The body is made up of cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems.  These systems have different functions, working together to maintain homeostasis, and protect against pathogens. 


Biodigital Human App

Poke a Muscle

2 lessons in IXL- Due Friday

8th Grade Honors Physical Science

8th Grade Class Information and Syllabus

Properties of Matter
Unit Essential Question: What determines the properties of matter? 
Key Learning Statement: The atom is the basic unit of matter.  The structure, motion, arrangement and energy of the atom determine the properties of matter. 


Through the break, design your egg drop vehicle and parachute. Come back with a vehicle and basic chute information drawn out on paper.
Study for vocabulary test
IXL- 2 lessons due Friday


Science Current Events:

Radio Signal From Out Space Identified

Chickens Demonstrate Intelligence, Empathy, and Complex Thought Processes

Mysterious Metal From Lost Continent of Atlantis Found!

Scientists Reconstruct the Face Of Scottish King Robert The Bruce

How to Perform a Miracle!

Apps and Programs to Help You be Successful:

Video Links/ Other Resources over this topic

The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows

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