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Remote Learning Activities for the Week of 4/13
Remote Learning Activities for the Week of 4/13
Michelle White
Friday, April 10, 2020

HAMS Families,

Here are this week's remote learning activities.  Please be sure to reach out to your teachers via email or Google Classroom if you have questions.  Stay healthy!  We miss you!

Week of:  4/13

Directions:  Complete each assignment listed below.  All materials will be posted on Google Classroom.  If you need to pick up hard copies of the materials, the building will be open on Monday from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM, or by appointment (email Mrs. White- whiteml@hoopeston.k12.il.us).

6th Grade

ELA

  1. Reread pp. 470-471 of “The Real Vikings” and complete the compare/contrast assignment

  2. Context clues vocab work (Remember you can use your vocab definitions sheet from last week to help you!)

  3. Review “The Real Vikings” story and complete comprehension quiz

  4. Edgenuity/read AR book (EDG.-20 minutes per day, twice per week; AR 20 minutes daily)

Math

Weeks- 

  1. Complete at least two skills a day (10 skills per week) on ALEKS/Work on Skills Practice in packets 

  2. Work on Prodigy (15 minutes a day) 

    1. Class Code: 5F2CF6

  3. Review Lesson 1:Intro to Equations Notes/Video Notes and complete Lesson 1 Equations Homework Practice WS/Google Form 

  4. Complete Lesson 1 Equations: Self-Assessment/Google Form

Berryman

  1. Money Word Problem Worksheets

Science

Wells

  1. Earth Science Lesson 12 Reading Two “Hoodoos:  How do you do?” on IQWST or in packet. Make sure to read carefully and answer thoughtfully.

  2. Earth Science Appendix 1, Lesson 1 Reading One “Energy Resources” on IQWST or in packet.  Make sure to read carefully and answer thoughtfully.

  3. Flocabulary “Energy” posted on Google Classroom or on packet.

 

Soderstrom 

  • Google Classroom: Life Science Assessment Project: All required components should be done and you should be creating your google slides or paper with the notes and research you have been gathering.

  • Google Classroom: IQWST Lesson 1 Activity 1 and Lesson Reading 1.

Berryman/Romig

  • Earth Science Lesson 2 Reading 1, Lesson 3 Reading 1, Lesson 3 Reading 2

Social Studies

6th Grade Social Studies Work for the Week of 4/13/20 to 4/17/20:

1). Current Events- CNN10 VIew on 4-13-20 and complete the write-up form. View a Television News Broadcast on 4-14-20 of your choice and complete the write-up form.

2). Discovery Education- Concept 9.3 Greek Cultural Achievements

* Read and highlight the Engage, Explore, and Evaluate Tabs

* CER Concept 9.3- Hipparachia: Explore page 2: Read and Complete Questions on Google Classroom

* Concept 9.3 Quiz- Complete on Google Classroom

* For students who do not have Internet Access paper copies will be available for pickup

3). All assignments count towards your quarter grade and require your completion and effort to help improve your academic standing.

4). Be safe and stay healthy during this time

5). Every student as been assigned the assignments individually on Google Classroom

6). If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to me on my school email

harbacra@hoopeston.k12.il.us

PE

6th Grade Physical Education Work Week of 4-13-20 to 4-17-20

  • Complete workout videos posted to google classroom, and fill out the Weekly Fitness Checklist

  • Article Review

  • Fitness Log

Fine Arts

BAND:

1). Review page 12 #59. Page 13 #60. If you haven’t signed up for SmartMusic or completed the Personal Performance Project, plan to complete these this week.

GEN MUSIC:

1).

ART:

1).https://docs.google.com/presen...

Week of:  4/13

Directions:  Complete each assignment listed below.  All materials will be posted on Google Classroom.  If you need to pick up hard copies of the materials, the building will be open on Monday from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM, or by appointment (email Mrs. White- whiteml@hoopeston.k12.il.us).

7th Grade

ELA

Krumwiede:

1. Read for 15 minutes in your A.R. book each day.

2. Complete 15 minutes of Edgenuity each day.

3. Plagiarism and paraphrasing activities.

Seidel (same as Krumwiede)

1)Read AR for 20min

         or

2)Edgenuity for 20min

3)Plagiarism and paraphrasing activities.

4)Continue to study and review Unit 12 flocab words. Have someone at home to read the word or definition to you and try to guess which one. We will not take a quiz this week.

Math

Price

  1. Read the More Simplifying Expressions Reminders and study the examples. Complete the More Simplifying Expressions Worksheet.

  2. Log onto ALEKS and complete the assignment:  Algebraic Expressions Homework #2. 

  3. QUIZIZZ Assignment: Distributive Property. Remember we want accuracy, not speed! Check the reminders again, if needed.

ADVANCED CLASS:

  1. Read the Solving Inequalities with Multiplication and Division notes and study the examples. (Optional: watch the video link.) Complete the Solving Inequalities with Multiplication and Division Practice Worksheet. 

  2. Log onto ALEKS and complete the assignment:  Inequality Homework #2

  3. List 2-3 real-life situations that involve inequalities. EX: The children's rides at the Sweetcorn Festival say the riders can be no taller than 36 inches. X ≤ 36

Schoonover

Science

Wells:

  1. Life Science Activity 4.1 “Grind, Slush, and Down” on IQWST or in packet.  You will need some saltine crackers for this lab. Do part 1 first. Then read through all the questions before starting Part 2, as you will be doing this on your own and recording observations.

  2. Life Science Lesson 4 Reading One “Out with the Bad, in with the Good” on IQWST or in packet. Read carefully and answer thoughtfully!

  3. Flocabulary assignment on “Active and Passive Transport” online or on packet.

Fletcher:

  • Complete the worksheets mailed to you.

History

  1. Crash Course #24 (Use the video link or the transcript)

  2. Ch 18 Vocab (Use Ch 18 notes)

  3. Ch 18 Review Sheet (Use Ch 18 notes)

PE

Nielsen:  Complete the workout assignment posted to google classroom and fill out end of week reflection

Kearney and Nielsen:

Choose 3 of the following activities to complete this week :

  • Scavenger hunt

  • Article summary

  • Guided workout from YouTube

  • 30 minutes of physical activity

  • Disc Golf

  • Plyometrics 

Fine Arts

ART

Band:

Choose one of the following options from the new Middle School Bandemic sheet to complete

  • Option 1: HAMS Lessons Sheet - 16th Notes in 6/8 

    • Practice all three exercises and pick one to record and email to Mr. Kurk

  • Option 2: Musician Bio

    • Choose a musician who plays your instrument from the attached sheet and answer the given questions. 

Chorus

Week of:  4/13

Directions:  Complete each assignment listed below.  All materials will be posted on Google Classroom.  If you need to pick up hard copies of the materials, the building will be open on Monday from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM, or by appointment (email Mrs. White- whiteml@hoopeston.k12.il.us).

8th Grade

ELA

Stock 

  1. Create a Reading Calendar for your independent novel (book about Holocaust/WWII). You need to start reading the book this week and plan to finish the book on Friday, May 22nd. Create a reading schedule to make sure that you are reading every week and can finish the book by May 22nd. 

  2. Create your “Diary like Anne Frank” and complete Diary Entry #1 

    1. Learning Target: Analyze characters through their dialogue. Describe a character from Anne Frank or a character in your independent reading book. Provide evidence from dialogue that shows the characters’ personalities, their actions, their words, their decisions, and their relationships. 

  3. Complete Diary Entry #2 

    1. Learning Target: Write a topic sentence and include details in a paragraph. Write an explanatory paragraph based on one of the following prompts: (make sure to note on your diary entry which prompt you have decided to answer. 

      1. What is something from Anne Frank’s Diary or your independent novel that you want to know more about? Research the topic, and then write a paragraph about what you find. Your paragraph should begin with a topic sentence and include details. 

      2. Explain an important part of the book to someone who hasn’t read the book. An “important part” is something from the book that helps a reader to understand what is happening, changes a situation for a character, or changes the reader’s opinion about a character or situation.

      3. Describe the setting. Consider time and place. Give sensory details to help your reader develop a mental image of the setting. 

Honors 

  1. Learning Target: Read an informational text and use evidence from the text to answer questions about that text. You will be reading the article “ The Scottsboro Boys” by Jessica McBirney. You will answer the Text-Dependent Questions. You will answer the Discussion Questions

  2. Read Chapters 20-23 in To Kill a Mockingbird 

  3. Extra! Extra! Writing Activity: 

    1. Imagine you are a journalist living in Maycomb County during the time of the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. You are responsible for writing an article for the newspaper on the Tom Robinson Trial. Your goal is to give as much information as possible about the trial. To do this you must use a great deal of examples, quotes, and references from the book. You must give clear details about the trial, and all information must be factually accurate. You are supposed to report the truth, so try your best to avoid showing bias in your article.

Seidel (same as Stock)

  1. Create a Reading Calendar for your independent novel (book about Holocaust/WWII). You need to start reading the book this week and plan to finish the book on Friday, May 22nd. Create a reading schedule to make sure that you are reading every week and can finish the book by May 22nd. (if you don’t have a book, contact Mrs. Seidel on the remind app code:2adafc or by email) 

  2. Create your “Diary like Anne Frank” and complete Diary Entry #1 

    1. Learning Target: Analyze characters through their dialogue. Describe a character from Anne Frank or a character in your independent reading book. Provide evidence from dialogue that shows the characters’ personalities, their actions, their words, their decisions, and their relationships. Share by email to Mrs. Seidel when you are finished. 

  3. Complete Diary Entry #2 

    1. Learning Target: Write a topic sentence and include details in a paragraph. Write an explanatory paragraph based on one of the following prompts (make sure to note on your diary entry which prompt you have decided to answer) and share by email with Mrs. Seidel:

      1. What is something from Anne Frank’s Diary or your independent novel that you want to know more about? Research the topic, and then write a paragraph about what you find. Your paragraph should begin with a topic sentence and include details. 

      2. Explain an important part of the book to someone at home who hasn’t read the book. An “important part” is something from the book that helps a reader to understand what is happening, changes a situation for a character, or changes the reader’s opinion about a character or situation.

      3. Describe the setting. Consider time and place. Give sensory details (sight, sound, touch, smell, taste) to help your reader develop a mental image of the setting. 

Math

Cappellano 1.) 30 min of ALEKs each day.  Focus on topics from the pie pieces outlined below: 

Pie Pieces -Exponents, Polynomials            -Percents Pie Pieces -Whole Numbers & Integers         -Data Analysis & Probability Pie Pieces  -Fractions                                 -Perimeter, Area, & Volume 

2.) Play Prodigy (at least 15 min each day) www.prodigygame.com/play Select: New Student Enter Class code: 38002C Use your school email and password. 3.) Watch the video  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4mSqcJND3I “Exponent Rules with Examples”and take notes on the different exponent rules. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fwYJef63j9Ue1Op3Km3ulrYqzhyyAabodeVoMBrV5wk/edit?usp=sharing Make a copy of this document to write in your notes or make a similar table on paper. Use your notes to complete exponent problems on ALEKS. We will use these rules on practice sheets next week. 

Mrs. Schoonover’s Class

Science

Geiss:

  1. Adopt an Element Research Project on Google Classroom

    Paper:

  • Read “Why is the Periodic Table Important?” and “How is the Periodic Table Organized Today”

  • Complete Periodic Practice Packet

Fletcher:

  • Complete the worksheets mailed to you.

History

You have three assignments this week:

1. Read the Upfront magazine article on Prohibition: https://upfront.scholastic.com/issues/2019-20/033020/the-prohibition-era.html#1220L

Complete the two worksheets attached below:

Link for Upfront worksheet #1:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1PKkkV4ID-TinK2aP9L5vUWHFgejWmNcb&authuser=0

Link for Upfront worksheet #2:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pPHd8A7PSIViJYOt0O9hO39TreiNAhBR&authuser=0

2. View the attached slideshow on "Propaganda and the Holocaust" and answer the questions on the worksheet also attached.

Link for Propaganda and the Holocaust slides:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-Wo9-oJEGd18zQCGhcpMopGUmTrW0W_vaO0Pv49tqDE

Link for Propaganda worksheet:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1m5FVBnU_FnG66mtnVw_pAyVkteiqGjE62qvYCNZOA_Q

Link for Week In Rap:

https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/wir-april-10-2020/teacher-resources/handouts/

PE

Nielsen:  Complete the workout assignment posted to google classroom and fill out end of week reflection

Kearney and Nielsen:

Choose 3 of the following activities to complete this week :

  • Scavenger hunt

  • Article summary

  • Guided workout from YouTube

  • 30 minutes of physical activity

  • Disc Golf

  • Plyometrics

Fine Arts

Art: Please check in on the Classroom or in the paper packets see our daily “is it Art?’ question. Choose at least one project a week to work on and turn in on Friday. If you have access, email a picture or post it on the classroom for points. 

Band:

Choose one of the following options from the new Middle School Bandemic sheet to complete

  • Option 1: HAMS Lessons Sheet - 16th Notes in 6/8 

    • Practice all three exercises and pick one to record and email to Mr. Kurk

  • Option 2: Musician Bio

    • Choose a musician who plays your instrument from the attached sheet and answer the given questions. 

Chorus