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Remote Learning for the Week of 5/18/20
Michelle White
Friday, May 15, 2020

HAMS Families,

Here are the assignments for our final week of remote learning.  The HAMS staff is so proud of how hard you've worked during this time of remote learning.  Please finish strong.  The final day that we will accept work from remote learning will be May 21st.  We'll see you on the 26th or the 27th for chromebook return.  Stay healthy!!

Week of:  5/18

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. Read pp. 660-662 “Young Pilot Sets Records” and answer the text questions.

You can access the text here: https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/content/hsp/common/Journeys_2017_National_SE-selected/Grade%206/Grade6_StudentEdition_Unit5.pdf

  1. Stay safe, and have a great summer!

Math

Weeks- 

  1. Read through the review over one-step equations and complete the One- Step Equations Worksheet/Google Form. 

Berryman

  1. Worksheet - Aleks if you have time

Science

Wells

  1. Flocabulary:  The Endangered Species Act.  Posted on Google Classroom or in Packet

Soderstrom: IQWST Earth Science 

  • Lesson 12 Reading 1

Berryman/Romig

  • IQWST Earth Science Lesson 12 Reading 2

Social Studies

6th Grade Social Studies Work for the Week of 5/18/20 to 5/21/20:

1). Discovery Education:

* Read and Highlight Concepts 10.4-Engage, Explore, and Evaluate Tabs

* Concept 10.4 Quiz- Complete on Google Classroom/You may use your online textbook as resource to help you complete the quiz

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

2). All assignments for the week are listed below- these assignments count towards your quarter grade and require your completion and effort to help improve your academic standing.

3). Be safe and stay healthy during this time

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

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

harbacra@hoopeston.k12.il.us

PE

Mrs. Ziegler and Ms. Nielsen 6th Grade Physical Education

  • Complete 6th Grade Fitness Assignment Sheet

or

  • Complete Workout posted in Google Classroom

Week of:  5/18

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. Write your own ode or lyric poem. Use the directions within the Performance Task on the bottom of the p. 174 handout.

Seidel(same as Krumwiede):

Math

Price

  1. End of the Year Survey

ADVANCED CLASS:

  1. End of the Year Survey

Science

Wells:

  1. Flocabulary: Nutrition.  Assignment will be posted on Google Classroom and in packet.

Fletcher:

  • Complete the worksheets mailed to you.

History

  1. Crash Course #26 (Use the video link or the transcript to complete)

PE

Ms. Nielsen:

Choose 3 of the following activities to complete this week:

  • Article summary

  • Guided workout from YouTube

  • Scavenger hunt

 Or complete the fitness log activity in the google classroom

Mr. Kearney:

Please choose 3 of the following activities to complete this week:

  • Scavenger hunt

  • Article summary

  • Guided workout from YouTube

Fine Arts

Art: 

Answer “Is it Art?” daily questions on the classroom 

Create an abstract collage using recycled or found paper, scissors, and glue,  create a collage of your life at home during this pandemic. Maybe you show a place you miss most, the emotions you have felt during this time at home (Remember how colors and patterns can express emotion). 

Week of: 5/18

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. Finish your independent reading.

  2. Complete the book review.

Honors 

  1. Finish your independent reading.

  2. Complete the book review.

Seidel:

  1. Complete book review

Math

Cappellano

  1. Math Facts About Me document. Make a copy, complete, and share back to me. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Zz7wUxmJh01LJZrGXyKa_xmbJ0Fss1vNHb-diNj59-w/edit?usp=sharing 

Science

Geiss:   End of Year Survey

Fletcher:

  • Complete the worksheets mailed to you.

History

Flocabulary: The Week in Rap 5/15 https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/wir-may-15-2020/teacher-resources/handouts/

Newsela: The Vietnam War (extra) https://newsela-media.s3.amazonaws.com/pdfs/lib-history-vietnam-war-29906-article_and_quiz.pdf?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAIOXSRXVQ3RGAX2FA&Signature=Bf112ZwWenbizWeeREH2Y%2BHIo%2F0%3D&Expires=1589553142

Flocabulary: The Vietnam War: (extra) https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/vietnam-war/teacher-resources/handouts/

Just a reminder that these are the printable versions for you. I will assign all of these in Classroom, and students already have received a notification about their assignments when they log on.

PE

Ms. Nielsen:

Choose 3 of the following activities to complete this week:

  • Article summary

  • Guided workout from YouTube

  • Scavenger hunt

 Or complete the fitness log activity in the google classroom

Mr. Kearney:

Please choose 3 of the following activities to complete this week:

  • Scavenger hunt

  • Article summary

  • Guided workout from YouTube

Fine Arts

Art: 

Answer “Is it Art?” daily questions on the classroom 

Create an abstract collage using recycled or found paper, scissors, and glue,  create a collage of your life at home during this pandemic. Maybe you show a place you miss most, the emotions you have felt during this time at home (Remember how colors and patterns can express emotion).