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Assignments: 3/30 – 4/3

Tiana Alvarez

Dance and Physical Education Teacher

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Task: Describe a video workout you used in 5 sentences or more (using proper grammar) and type in bullet points: 1 pro (advantage) and 1 con (disadvantage) of the exercise video that you used to workout.

Task: Describe a SECOND video workout you used in 5 sentences or more (using proper grammar) and type in bullet points: 1 pro (advantage) and 1 con (disadvantage) of the exercise video that you used to workout.

Task: Describe a THIRD video workout you used in 5 sentences or more (using proper grammar) and type in bullet points: 1 pro (advantage) and 1 con (disadvantage) of the exercise video that you used to workout.


For videos:
1. Go to YouTube, and search for exercise videos. For example you can search for: cardio workout videos, weight training at home videos, yoga videos, kickboxing videos, Zumba videos. YOU CAN ALSO USE ANY OF THE ONLINE RESOURCES I PROVIDE IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

2. Pick one and do the whole workout so you can write up a review. If you don’t like the video you chose, you can stop it and look for another one.

3. Create a word document to type your review. When you are typing up your review I need the link of the video. To copy the link of the video, when the video is running, on the bottom of video you will see the share button, click on it, (there are visual in the link provided below)

4.Press “copy” and on your word document press “Ctrl +V” and the link will be pasted.
Your review should meet the following criteria:
a. Name the workout video and for how long the video is
b. Include the link of the video (I explained how to copy a link above)
c. Describe what the exercise video makes you do, is it cardio, weightlifting, dance, yoga.)
d. Include which of the five fitness components is used
1. Cardiovascular endurance
2. Muscular endurance
3. Muscular Strength
4. Flexibility
5. Body composition

5. List 1 pro and 1 con about the video.

6. Please look at the example write up review provided in the link below of what you should be submitting through Google Classroom.

7. In Google Classroom, go to “Exercise Video Review” and turn in your write up. If you cannot still use Google Classroom to attach a link or Google Doc, then take a picture or screenshot and email it to me (talvarez@laaae.org). Please note that all students will be accommodated with a laptop if you do not already have one and will be expected to turn in all assignments through Google Classroom once you receive a laptop and have internet access.


Handout Links: File 1

Task: Describe a video workout you used in 5 sentences or more (using proper grammar) and type in bullet points: 1 pro (advantage) and 1 con (disadvantage) of the exercise video that you used to workout.

Task: Describe a SECOND video workout you used in 5 sentences or more (using proper grammar) and type in bullet points: 1 pro (advantage) and 1 con (disadvantage) of the exercise video that you used to workout.

Task: Describe a THIRD video workout you used in 5 sentences or more (using proper grammar) and type in bullet points: 1 pro (advantage) and 1 con (disadvantage) of the exercise video that you used to workout.


For videos:
1. Go to YouTube, and search for exercise videos. For example you can search for: cardio workout videos, weight training at home videos, yoga videos, kickboxing videos, Zumba videos. YOU CAN ALSO USE ANY OF THE ONLINE RESOURCES I PROVIDE IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

2. Pick one and do the whole workout so you can write up a review. If you don’t like the video you chose, you can stop it and look for another one.

3. Create a word document to type your review. When you are typing up your review I need the link of the video. To copy the link of the video, when the video is running, on the bottom of video you will see the share button, click on it, (there are visual in the link provided below)

4.Press “copy” and on your word document press “Ctrl +V” and the link will be pasted.
Your review should meet the following criteria:
a. Name the workout video and for how long the video is
b. Include the link of the video (I explained how to copy a link above)
c. Describe what the exercise video makes you do, is it cardio, weightlifting, dance, yoga.)
d. Include which of the five fitness components is used
1. Cardiovascular endurance
2. Muscular endurance
3. Muscular Strength
4. Flexibility
5. Body composition

5. List 1 pro and 1 con about the video.

6. Please look at the example write up review provided in the link below of what you should be submitting through Google Classroom.

7. In Google Classroom, go to “Exercise Video Review” and turn in your write up. If you cannot still use Google Classroom to attach a link or Google Doc, then take a picture or screenshot and email it to me (talvarez@laaae.org). Please note that all students will be accommodated with a laptop if you do not already have one and will be expected to turn in all assignments through Google Classroom once you receive a laptop and have internet access.


Handout Links: File 1

Task: Describe a video workout you used in 5 sentences or more (using proper grammar) and type in bullet points: 1 pro (advantage) and 1 con (disadvantage) of the exercise video that you used to workout.

Task: Describe a SECOND video workout you used in 5 sentences or more (using proper grammar) and type in bullet points: 1 pro (advantage) and 1 con (disadvantage) of the exercise video that you used to workout.

Task: Describe a THIRD video workout you used in 5 sentences or more (using proper grammar) and type in bullet points: 1 pro (advantage) and 1 con (disadvantage) of the exercise video that you used to workout.


For videos:
1. Go to YouTube, and search for exercise videos. For example you can search for: cardio workout videos, weight training at home videos, yoga videos, kickboxing videos, Zumba videos. YOU CAN ALSO USE ANY OF THE ONLINE RESOURCES I PROVIDE IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

2. Pick one and do the whole workout so you can write up a review. If you don’t like the video you chose, you can stop it and look for another one.

3. Create a word document to type your review. When you are typing up your review I need the link of the video. To copy the link of the video, when the video is running, on the bottom of video you will see the share button, click on it, (there are visual in the link provided below)

4.Press “copy” and on your word document press “Ctrl +V” and the link will be pasted.
Your review should meet the following criteria:
a. Name the workout video and for how long the video is
b. Include the link of the video (I explained how to copy a link above)
c. Describe what the exercise video makes you do, is it cardio, weightlifting, dance, yoga.)
d. Include which of the five fitness components is used
1. Cardiovascular endurance
2. Muscular endurance
3. Muscular Strength
4. Flexibility
5. Body composition

5. List 1 pro and 1 con about the video.

6. Please look at the example write up review provided in the link below of what you should be submitting through Google Classroom.

7. In Google Classroom, go to “Exercise Video Review” and turn in your write up. If you cannot still use Google Classroom to attach a link or Google Doc, then take a picture or screenshot and email it to me (talvarez@laaae.org). Please note that all students will be accommodated with a laptop if you do not already have one and will be expected to turn in all assignments through Google Classroom once you receive a laptop and have internet access.


Handout Links: File 1

Unit: Creating Original Choreography

First, open Google Classroom. Then go under the “Classwork” tab. Find the topic “Distance Learning” and choose the assignment that is titled “Edpuzzle| Intro to Choreographic Principles” and complete it.

Second, go back to Google Classroom. Then go under the “Classwork” tab. Find the topic “Distance Learning” and choose the assignment that is titled “Edpuzzle | Dance Choreographic Principles” and complete the lesson with questions.

Finally, go back to Google Classroom. Then go under the “Classwork” tab. Find the topic “Distance Learning” and choose the assignment that is titled “Movement Study | Applying Choreographic Principles” . You will demonstrate your mastery of the 5 choreographic principles by creating and recording your short movement study to Flipgrid.

The first Edpuzzle is due on Tuesday, March 31st. The remainder of the work is due by Thursday evening, 11:59pm.

Describe the video dance workout you used in 5 sentences or more (using proper grammar) and type in bullet points: 1 pro (advantage) and 1 con (disadvantage) of the video that you used to complete your dance workout.

Describe the video dance workout you used in 5 sentences or more (using proper grammar) and type in bullet points: 1 pro (advantage) and 1 con (disadvantage) of the video that you used to complete your dance workout.

For videos:
1. Go to YouTube, and search for exercise videos. For example you can search for: Hip Hop Technique videos, any song that you want to learn choreography to, Modern Dance technique choreography, Jazz Dance Technique, Horton Modern Dance Technique, yoga videos, Zumba videos, Salsa Dance technique videos. YOU CAN ALSO USE – dancingalonetogether.com website to participate in a live-stream class, HHPH.ORG and go into resources for the “HYPE The Breaks” videos, etc.

2. Pick one and do the whole workout so you can write up a review. If you don’t like the video you chose, you can stop it and look for another one.

3. Create a word document to type your review. When you are typing up your review I need the link of the video. To copy the link of the video, when the video is running, on the bottom of video you will see the share button, click on it,

4. Press “copy” and on your word document press “Ctrl +V” and the link will be pasted.

5. Your review should meet the following criteria:
*Name the workout video and for how long the video is
*Include the link of the video (I explained how to copy a link above)
*Describe what the exercise video makes you do, – what type of dance is it? What are the
main characteristics?

6. List 1 highlight and 1 challenge about the dance video class.

The link below provides an example write up review of what you should be submitting through Google Classroom

7. In Google Classroom, go to “Dance Video Class Review” and turn in your write up. If you cannot still use Google Classroom to attach a link or Google Doc, then take a picture or screenshot and email it to me (talvarez@laaae.org). Please note that all students will be accommodated with a laptop if you do not already have one and will be expected to turn in all assignments through Google Classroom once you receive a laptop and have internet access.

Handout Links: File 1

Unit: Creating Original Choreography

First, open Google Classroom. Then go under the “Classwork” tab. Find the topic “Distance Learning” and choose the assignment that is titled “Edpuzzle | Intro to Choreographic Principles” and complete it.

Second, go back to Google Classroom. Then go under the “Classwork” tab. Find the topic “Distance Learning” and choose the assignment that is titled “Edpuzzle | Dance Choreographic Principles” and complete the lesson with questions.

Finally, go back to Google Classroom. Then go under the “Classwork” tab. Find the topic “Distance Learning” and choose the assignment that is titled “Movement Study | Applying Choreographic Principles” . You will demonstrate your mastery of the 5 choreographic principles by creating and recording your short movement study to Flipgrid.

The first Edpuzzle is due on Tuesday, March 31st. The remainder of the work is due by Thursday evening, 11:59pm.

Describe the video dance workout you used in 5 sentences or more (using proper grammar) and type in bullet points: 1 pro (advantage) and 1 con (disadvantage) of the video that you used to complete your dance workout.

For videos:
1. Go to YouTube, and search for exercise videos. For example you can search for: Hip Hop Technique videos, any song that you want to learn choreography to or a live-streaming or pre-recorded class.
2. Pick one and do the whole workout so you can write up a review. If you don’t like the video you chose, you can stop it and look for another one.
3. Create a word document to type your review. When you are typing up your review I need the link of the video. To copy the link of the video, when the video is running, on the bottom of video you will see the share button, click on it,
4. Press “copy” and on your word document press “Ctrl +V” and the link will be pasted.
5. Your review should meet the following criteria:
*Name the workout video and for how long the video is
*Include the link of the video (I explained how to copy a link above)
*Describe what the exercise video makes you do, – what type of dance is it? What are the
main characteristics?
6. List 1 highlight and 1 challenge about the dance video class.
7. In Google Classroom, go to “Dance Video Class Review” and turn in your write up. If you cannot still use Google Classroom to attach a link or Google Doc, then take a picture or screenshot and email it to me (talvarez@laaae.org).

 

Handout Links: File 1

John Arias

History-Social Science Teacher

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Please begin to work on Basics 18. Complete the Flashcards on Quizlet, which is posted on Google Classroom. Make sure to right down all the definitions or print out a copy from home to receive credit. Next, make sure to log in to Quizlet and complete each activity on Quizlet.

Please make sure to write down notes for Basics 18. On each slide, as a reminder, only write down the yellow highlighted material for your notes.

For this week, only write down the causes 5-8 of the presentation (start on slide 24 and stop on slide 36). Please watch the attached video on Crash Course: Causes of the Civil War.

Next, start working on the map activity for 1854 and 1857. Please color in each section of the map and answer the questions at the bottom of the handout. Please use the Google slides presentation to help you answer the questions and color in the map activity.

For the map of Kansas-Nebraska, use the 27th slide to help you with coloring and answering the questions.

For the map of Dred Scott, use the 33rd slide to help you with coloring and answering the questions.

Finally, start working on the Reading Questions packet given to you in class or you can find the handout on the Google Classroom page. Compete sections 21.2, 21.3, 21.4, and 21.5. Please use your notes, Basics 18 Flashcards definition on Quizlet, BrainPop videos, Crash Course and research methods to help you answer the questions.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2, File 3

Please begin to work on Basics 18. Complete the Flashcards on Quizlet, which is posted on Google Classroom. Make sure to right down all the definitions or print out a copy from home to receive credit. Next, make sure to log in to Quizlet and complete each activity on Quizlet.

Please make sure to write down notes for Basics 18. On each slide, as a reminder, only write down the yellow highlighted material for your notes.

For this week, only write down the causes 5-8 of the presentation (start on slide 24 and stop on slide 36). Please watch the attached video on Crash Course: Causes of the Civil War.

Next, start working on the map activity for 1854 and 1857. Please color in each section of the map and answer the questions at the bottom of the handout. Please use the Google slides presentation to help you answer the questions and color in the map activity.

For the map of Kansas-Nebraska, use the 27th slide to help you with coloring and answering the questions.

For the map of Dred Scott, use the 33rd slide to help you with coloring and answering the questions.

Finally, start working on the Reading Questions packet given to you in class or you can find the handout on the Google Classroom page. Compete sections 21.2, 21.3, 21.4, and 21.5. Please use your notes, Basics 18 Flashcards definition on Quizlet, BrainPop videos, Crash Course and research methods to help you answer the questions.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2, File 3

Please begin to work on Ch. 24. Complete the Flashcards on Quizlet, which is posted on Google Classroom. Make sure to right down all the definitions. Next, make sure to log in to Quizlet and complete each activity on Quizlet.

Please begin to work on Ch. 24. Complete the Flashcards on Quizlet, which is posted on Google Classroom. Make sure to right down all the definitions. Next, make sure to log in to Quizlet and complete each activity on Quizlet.

Please make sure to write down notes for Ch. 24 Silk Road. On each slide, as a reminder, only write down the yellow highlighted material for your notes.

Before starting to write the notes, please watch the attached video on BrainPop. Once the video is over, start to write down the notes for this week.

Please use the Google slides presentation to help you with the homework. This is the link you can use to access the Google Slides Presentation Ch. 24 Silk Road Notes

For this week, only complete slides 20-31 and write the corresponding notes on the pages highlighted in yellow. Please watch the videos in the Google Slide show on the Silk Road.

On Slide 29, please watch the Crash Course video on the Silk Road.

This week please start and complete all the questions on the study guide for Ch. 24.

Please start working on the Silk Road Reading Questions for Ch. 24. Complete the first three sections of the worksheet (24.1, 24.2 & 24.3).

*Please make sure to start and complete your lesson preview form for Ch. 24. You should use the textbook or the Google Slide Presentation to help you complete the form.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2

Start to watch CNN Student news CNN Student News Link. Please complete the weekly worksheet this week. The instructions are written on the handout and they will not change for 4th quarter.

Next, please begin to work on Basics 16. Start Completing the Flashcards for this week.
Please review for this week The New Deal Part 3 and Pop Culture of the 1930s.. The links are provided here to use to help you answer the Basic Questions and New Deal Graphic Organizer New Deal Worksheet. For this week complete sections G-L (the last 6 in the worksheet).

Directions: After reading and researching the information on the New Deal Programs, write a brief description on how the program looks today and then determine if it was a Relief, Recovery or Reform program. Ch. 33 in the textbook can help you with your descriptions, as well.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2, File 3

Start to watch CNN Student news CNN Student News Link. Please complete the weekly worksheet this week. The instructions are written on the handout and they will not change for 4th quarter.

Next, please begin to work on Basics 16. Start Completing the Flashcards for this week.
Please review for this week The New Deal Part 3 and Pop Culture of the 1930s.. The links are provided here to use to help you answer the Basic Questions and New Deal Graphic Organizer New Deal Worksheet. For this week complete sections G-L (the last 6 in the worksheet).

Directions: After reading and researching the information on the New Deal Programs, write a brief description on how the program looks today and then determine if it was a Relief, Recovery or Reform program. Ch. 33 in the textbook can help you with your descriptions, as well.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2, File 3

Please begin to work on Ch. 24. Complete the Flashcards on Quizlet, which is posted on Google Classroom. Make sure to right down all the definitions. Next, make sure to log in to Quizlet and complete each activity on Quizlet.

Please make sure to write down notes for Ch. 24 Silk Road. On each slide, as a reminder, only write down the yellow highlighted material for your notes.

Before starting to write the notes, please watch the attached video on BrainPop. Once the video is over, start to write down the notes for this week.

Please use the Google slides presentation to help you with the homework. This is the link you can use to access the Google Slides Presentation Ch. 24 Silk Road Notes

For this week, only complete slides 20-31 and write the corresponding notes on the pages highlighted in yellow. Please watch the videos in the Google Slide show on the Silk Road.

On Slide 29, please watch the Crash Course video on the Silk Road.

This week please start and complete all the questions on the study guide for Ch. 24.

Please start working on the Silk Road Reading Questions for Ch. 24. Complete the first three sections of the worksheet (24.1, 24.2 & 24.3).

*Please make sure to start and complete your lesson preview form for Ch. 24. You should use the textbook or the Google Slide Presentation to help you complete the form.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2

William (Bill) Benson

Music Teacher

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Choose a piece of music that is from another country or culture. Listen to, analyze and describe what you are hearing using Google Form.

https://forms.gle/y616K7F8U6vA2dSTA

Back to Basics. Reading Rhythmic Notation. Answer the questions while watching video.

https://edpuzzle.com/media/5e7e74794dfc9d3f2818c227

Back to Basics. Reading Rhythmic Notation. Answer the questions while watching video.

https://edpuzzle.com/media/5e7e74794dfc9d3f2818c227

Choose a piece of music that is from another country or culture. Listen to, analyze and describe what you are hearing using Google Form.

https://forms.gle/y616K7F8U6vA2dSTA

Choose a piece of music that is from another country or culture. Listen to, analyze and describe what you are hearing using Google Form.

https://forms.gle/y616K7F8U6vA2dSTA

Reading Rhythmic Notation. Answer the questions while watching video.

https://edpuzzle.com/media/5e7e74794dfc9d3f2818c227

Back to Basics. Reading Rhythmic Notation. Answer the questions while watching video.

https://edpuzzle.com/media/5e7e74794dfc9d3f2818c227

Choose a piece of music that is from another country or culture. Listen to, analyze and describe what you are hearing using Google Form.

https://forms.gle/y616K7F8U6vA2dSTA

Choose a piece of music that is from another country or culture. Listen to, analyze and describe what you are hearing using Google Form.

https://forms.gle/y616K7F8U6vA2dSTA

Back to Basics. Reading Rhythmic Notation. Answer the questions while watching video.

 

Richard Bin

Spanish Language Arts Teacher

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GCR 3-23-20 Subjunctive

GCR 3-30-20 Aztecas y Cortes pt 1

GCR 3-30-20 Aztecas y Cortes pt 2

GCR 3-23-20 Ensayo Comparación Cultural “Educación”

GCR 3-31-20 Grabación “Alimentación”

GCR 4-1-20 Grabación Vivienda (housing)

Sp 1 GCR 3-25-20 Preterit Sp 2- GCR 3-25-20 Subjunctive

SP1 an SP 2 GCR 3-30-20 Research and answer questions Aztecs and Cortes pt 1

SP1 an SP 2 GCR 3-30-20 Research and answer questions Aztecs and Cortes pt 2

GCR 3-23-20 Subjunctive

GCR 3-30-20 Investigación y contestar preguntas Aztecas y Cortes pt1

GCR 3-30-20 Investigación y contestar preguntas Aztecas y Cortes pt2

GCR 3-24-20 Leer y analizar “Historia del hombre . . .”

GCR 3-31-20 Escribir apuntes en su librito p. 404

GCR 4-1-20 Texto y Arte analice p. 404

GCR 3-23-20 Subjuntivo

GCR 3-30-20 Investigación y contestar preguntas Aztecas y Cortes pt1

GCR 3-31-20 Investigación y contestar preguntas Aztecas y Cortes pt2

Daniel Calvo

Business Teacher

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– Ch. 12 Quizlet (Google Classroom)
-NFTE Power point.
-Work on your power point (with partner if you can)
-Add pictures to each slide.
-Make paragraphs into bullet points.
-Time yourself with 7 minute timer. (we can do this on zoom together)
 

-Log brand assignment.

-Handout given to you, write or log down the different brands, marketing you see. (date, brand/marketing, how it was seen.

-Ch. 8 Quizlet

– Movie list – Watch a movie and list how many brands/marketing styles you see in it.

– Afterwards, list the brands into categories and see how the categories with the most names, has to do with the movie itself.

– JA Finance workbook pg. 55, 57, 58-59

– JA Finance workbook pg. 60-61, 61-62 ,63

– On pg. 61, write the answer to pg. 60 and also use it to write differences from pg. 62( renting and buying )

– JA Finance workbook pg.65 on google classroom, I will post a link so you can talk about the differences between (leasing and Buying a car)

– Ch. 12 Quizlet (google classroom)

-NFTE Power point.

-Work on your power point (with partner if you can)

-Add pictures to each slide.

-Make paragraphs into bullet points.

-Time yourself with 7 minute timer. (we can do this on zoom together)

Mariela Calvo

Special Education Coordinator

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English 10: Class will meet (Monday/Wednesday from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.) Office Hours are Friday (2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.)
Assignment:
This week we will focus on the difference between informative and narrative writing. Your reading text and questions are uploaded in Google Classroom. The Story Topics are “The Gift of the Magi” and “Halau Hula”. This assignment is due Friday, April 3rd.

Math 6: Class Time – (Monday/Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.) Office Hours – (Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)

Algebra 1: Class Time – (Monday/Wednesday from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.) Office Hours – (Friday from 2:00 p.m to 4:00 p.m.)

Class will meet (Monday/Tuesday/Thursday) from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Office Hours are on Friday (10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)
Hey Students!!!! This week in English we will explore the writings of Famous Latina Writers with a focus on informative and creative styles of writing. This assignment is available on Google Classroom, and it is due Friday, April 3rd.

Vocabulary Focus: This week we will tackle the concept of Pre-fix and Suffix identification. A study guide and quizlet.com link will be provided for you on Google Classroom. This assignment will be due April 3rd.

History: Class Time – (Monday/Wednesday from 10 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.) Office Hours – (Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)
Lesson: A Trip to the Valley of the Queens – Nefertari’s Tomb
We have discussed The Valley of the Kings, and now we will spend the week in the Valley of the Queens. On Google Classroom you will find a reading passage about Queen Nefertari, as well as an audio clip. There will be a few questions to test your knowledge of the brief reading. This assignment will be due Friday, April 3rd.

 

 

Science: Class Time (Monday/Tuesday/Thursday from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.) Office Hours – (Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)
Assignment:
KINETIC ENERGY!!!! Log in to brainpop.com for a fun lesson on kinetic energy. You can complete the quiz on brainpop.com. Answer the questions on Google Classroom and submit your work by Friday, April 3rd.

 

Math “6” Support: Class Time – (Monday/Wednesday from 10:00 am. – 12:00 p.m.) Office Hours – (Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)
Assignment: We will continue perfecting our skills in order of operations, multiplying and division. Drills and Quizizz.com activities available on Google Classroom.

Math (Algebra) Support: Class Time – (Monday / Wednesday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.) Office hours – (Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.)

Assignment:
Simplifying Algebraic Expressions – we will focus on identifying the first step in operations, as well as completing each step in determining our answers. This assignment will be due Friday, April 3rd. Check Google Classroom for assignment.

ELD: Class Time (Tuesday/Thursday from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.) Office Hours – (Friday from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.)
Assignment: Current Event
Instructions: go to www.dogonews.com and choose an article to read and answer the 5 W’s worksheet provided on Google Classroom. Remember to use complete sentences. Assignment due Friday, April 3rd.

Bianca Caraza

English Language Arts Teacher

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Read Act 5 of Hamlet on kami
Go to www.edpuzzle.com and sign in with your school gmail
Listen to Act 5 and answer guided reading questions (edpuzzle)

Handout Links: File 1

Open this link to Listen to BBC Hamlet podcast https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09jqtfs
Open google classroom
Go to “Assignment 2.1” and answer guided reading questions here: https://forms.gle/zAPmjMPYn8N7ZLWH9

Go to google classroom
Open Assignment 3.1
Complete Allusions Quiz! https://forms.gle/9yfcT76vuDMrAULD9 (You may use notes)

Go to www.Edpuzzle.com
Watch “Assignment 3.2 myth, fables, and fairytales” and take notes for your test on Monday (slides in presentation)
Then go to Google Classroom and open Assignment 3.2. Complete “Myth, Fable, and Fairytale” Practice: https://forms.gle/KscnUcyT5LxPQtTv7

Go to Google Classroom
Open assignment 3.3
Examine the following painting: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4c/Peter_Paul_Rubens%2C_Flemish_%28active_Italy%2C_Antwerp%2C_and_England%29_-_Prometheus_Bound_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg
Answer Discussion questions:
In 3 sentences or more, describe the painting in great detail. What is the figure doing? Where is your eye drawn to?
What is the tone of the painting? Why?
Would you say this painting is faithful to the Prometheus from the text? Why or why not?
Reply to 1 other student in at least 3 complete sentences agreeing or disagreeing with their assessment.

Go to google classroom
Open Assignment 3.1
Complete Allusions Quiz! https://forms.gle/9yfcT76vuDMrAULD9 (You may use notes)

Go to www.Edpuzzle.com
Watch “Assignment 3.2 myth, fables, and fairytales” and take notes for your test on Monday (slides in presentation)
Then go to Google Classroom and open Assignment 3.2. Complete “Myth, Fable, and Fairytale” Practice: https://forms.gle/KscnUcyT5LxPQtTv7

Go to Google Classroom
Open assignment 3.3
Examine the following painting: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4c/Peter_Paul_Rubens%2C_Flemish_%28active_Italy%2C_Antwerp%2C_and_England%29_-_Prometheus_Bound_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg
Answer Discussion questions:
In 3 sentences or more, describe the painting in great detail. What is the figure doing? Where is your eye drawn to?
What is the tone of the painting? Why?
Would you say this painting is faithful to the Prometheus from the text? Why or why not?
Reply to 1 other student in at least 3 complete sentences agreeing or disagreeing with their assessment.

Read Act 5 of Hamlet on kami
Go to www.edpuzzle.com and sign in with your school gmail
Listen to Act 5 and answer guided reading questions (edpuzzle)

Handout Links: File 1

Open this link toListen to BBC Hamlet podcasthttps://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09jqtfs
Open google classroom
Go to “Assignment 2.1” and answer guided reading questions here: https://forms.gle/zAPmjMPYn8N7ZLWH9

Go to google classroom
Open Assignment 3.1
Complete Allusions Quiz! https://forms.gle/9yfcT76vuDMrAULD9 (You may use notes)

Go to www.Edpuzzle.com
Watch “Assignment 3.2 myth, fables, and fairytales” and take notes for your test on Monday (slides in presentation)
Then go to Google Classroom and open Assignment 3.2. Complete “Myth, Fable, and Fairytale” Practice: https://forms.gle/KscnUcyT5LxPQtTv7

Go to Google Classroom
Open assignment 3.3
Examine the following painting: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4c/Peter_Paul_Rubens%2C_Flemish_%28active_Italy%2C_Antwerp%2C_and_England%29_-_Prometheus_Bound_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg
Answer Discussion questions:
In 3 sentences or more, describe the painting in great detail. What is the figure doing? Where is your eye drawn to?
What is the tone of the painting? Why?
Would you say this painting is faithful to the Prometheus from the text? Why or why not?
Reply to 1 other student in at least 3 complete sentences agreeing or disagreeing with their assessment.

Go to www.edpuzzle.com
Open “Lesson 3.1 Determining Word Meanings”
Read p. 129-130 in Ready book (included in packet)
Go to Google classroom
Open Assignment 3.1 and answer p. 130 ET: https://forms.gle/75fmPQjyEJxA2XcCA

Handout Links: File 1

Read p. 131
Go to Google Classroom
Open Assignment 3.2
Answer p. 131 ET questions: https://forms.gle/YRW5vYPdrwTEc5Ye7

Go to www.i-ready.com
Log in with your username and password
Complete 30 minutes on I-Ready. (If you are unable to log in or are having trouble, email Ms. Caraza at bcaraza@laaae.org and you will be excused.)

Joanna Coronel

English, Film, Theater, and Associated Student Body Teacher

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Continuous from Week 1 Assignments-

Directions: Students will need to do the second read of the Informational text titled, “Warriors Don’t Cry” from their study sync book (pg. 34-37). After they annotate the text, they must copy and answer the following THINK QUESTIONS on page 37: Numbers 1- 5. The questions and answers must be written in their reader/writer notebooks provided during the last week of school.

Students can either take a picture of their reader/writer notebook page with the questions and answers and email it to me, or open the google doc provided above and share it back with me once complete.

Directions: Students must watch one T.V. show, and one film and identify the following film production prep work:

A minimum of three camera shots/angles for 5 scenes

A minimum of three great script writing lines and a description of the actor(s) facial/acting expressions. (This could be an emotional moment, a comedic line, or a suspenseful moment with great line execution). ONE scene that used either foley or sound effects that you thought was used well. Add a sound description. Students may write this on a piece of line paper, take a picture of it, and email it to me, complete the assignment via google docs and share it with me, or complete it via google classroom.

Continuous from Week 1 Assignments-
 
Directions: Students will need to do the second read of the Informational text titled, “Warriors Don’t Cry” from their study sync book (pg. 34-37). After they annotate the text, they must copy and answer the following THINK QUESTIONS on page 37: Numbers 1- 5. The questions and answers must be written in their reader/writer notebooks provided during the last week of school.
 
Students can either take a picture of their reader/writer notebook page with the questions and answers and email it to me, or open the google doc provided above and share it back with me once complete.
 

Directions: Students must watch one T.V. show, and one film and identify the following film production prep work:

A minimum of three camera shots/angles for 5 scenes

A minimum of three great script writing lines and a description of the actor(s) facial/acting expressions. (This could be an emotional moment, a comedic line, or a suspenseful moment with great line execution). ONE scene that used either foley or sound effects that you thought was used well. Add a sound description. Students may write this on a piece of line paper, take a picture of it, and email it to me, complete the assignment via google docs and share it with me, or complete it via google classroom.

Directions: Yearbook Team must continue to complete yearbook pages and send picture through email for points. ALL other students must come up with a list of spirit week activities/ attire that we can do when we roll out a “VIRTUAL WOLF SPIRIT WEEK.” This could follow the original way we do Wolf Spirit Week, like a PJ day, but we log in through zoom, or you can come up with something else entirely unique to zoom video conferencing. Be creative. Send your list with the day, date, and what we would be doing/wearing.

Directions: Develop a list of materials and new character costumes needed for play #3: Vecindad a la Venta. What types of material do we need to bring our set to life?

Students may write this on a piece of line paper, take a picture of it, and email it to me, complete the assignment via google docs and share it with me, or complete it via google classroom.

David DeFrenza

Assistant Principal

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Weekly Warm Up – Voltage and Current in Circuits

Students need to sign in to Schoology and complete a warm up question. This will be posted in the exact same way it always was during school previously.

Due Monday

Edpuzzle: Introduction to Circuits and Ohm’s Law

Make an account on Edpuzzle using the following link:
https://edpuzzle.com/join/hamhuji

Then complete the assignment: Introduction to Circuits and Ohm’s Law

Due Wednesday

Ohm’s Law Problem Set:

Complete the problems in the picture attached below. Submit pictures of your completed work to Schoology or email them to ddefrenza@laaae.org

Due Friday

Handout Links: File 1

Danielle DiMauro

Science Teacher

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Students should log into the Zoom meeting between 10-12 Monday and Wednesday to check in for attendance credit.

Students will log into GoogleClassroom and click the link to access the EdPuzzle. Students must make sure they are enrolled in the classroom to recieve credit.

EdPuzzle on Coronavirus should be completed Monday
https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e7e38c63298623f24b783bc/watch

EdPuzzle on Bacteria should be completed Wednesday: https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e8105f816ebd13f15afb069/watch

Students should log into the Zoom meeting between 2-4 Monday and Wednesday to check in for attendance credit.

Students will log into GoogleClassroom and click the link to access the EdPuzzle. Students must make sure they are enrolled in the classroom to recieve credit.

EdPuzzle on Interactions of living things should be completed
https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e8100c25254033eddd5c8a0/watch

EdPuzzle Review should be completed about Plant and Animal Cells
https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e810a088c2d493f071fc935/watch

Students should log into the Zoom meeting between 10-12 Monday and Wednesday to check in for attendance credit.

Students will log into GoogleClassroom and click the link to access the EdPuzzle. Students must make sure they are enrolled in the classroom to recieve credit.

EdPuzzle on Coronavirus should be completed Monday
https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e7e38c63298623f24b783bc/watch

EdPuzzle on Bacteria should be completed Wednesday: https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e8105f816ebd13f15afb069/watch

Students should log into the Zoom meeting between 2-4 Monday and Wednesday to check in for attendance credit.

Students will log into GoogleClassroom and click the link to access the EdPuzzle. Students must make sure they are enrolled in the classroom to recieve credit.

EdPuzzle on Interactions of living things should be completed
https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e8100c25254033eddd5c8a0/watch

EdPuzzle Review should be completed about Plant and Animal Cells
https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e810a088c2d493f071fc935/watch

AP Students should log into the Zoom meeting between 10-12 on Tuesday and Thursda to check in for attendance credit.

Students will log into GoogleClassroom and click the link to access the EdPuzzle. Students must make sure they are enrolled in the classroom to recieve credit.

EdPuzzle on Environmental Policy should be completed
https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e7e3bbf278d503f0c560d4e/watch

Additionally, I will be providing notes for you to write on Google Classroom Discussing Ecosystems and Biodiversity. Please Check GoogleClassroom on Thursday for more Details.

Students should log into the Zoom meeting between 10-12 Monday and Wednesday to check in for attendance credit.

Students will log into GoogleClassroom and click the link to access the EdPuzzle. Students must make sure they are enrolled in the classroom to recieve credit.

EdPuzzle on Coronavirus should be completed Monday
https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e7e38c63298623f24b783bc/watch

EdPuzzle on Bacteria should be completed Wednesday: https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e8105f816ebd13f15afb069/watch

Susan Fox

English Language Arts Teacher

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Hello everybody!
This week, please watch the end of The Odyssey movie (find it here…We already watched through 1:45:00, when they faced Charybdis). This will conclude our Odyssey Unit. Watching the movie is not for a grade, but I think you might find it interesting.
 
We will then begin our Romeo and Juliet Unit. These two assignments ARE for a grade.
Assignment #1: Romeo&Juliet Anticipation Guide
Assignment #2: I Would Never
 
Both Google Docs are in English on the first page, and Spanish on the second page. Please only write in English on the first page.
 
¡Hola todos!
Esta semana, mira el final de la película The Odyssey (encuéntrala aquí … Ya vimos hasta la 1:45:00, cuando se enfrentaron a Charybdis). Esto concluirá nuestra Unidad Odyssey. Ver la película no es para una calificación, pero creo que puede resultarle interesante.
 
Luego comenzaremos nuestra Unidad Romeo y Julieta. Estas dos tareas SON para una calificación.
Tarea # 1: Romeo y Julieta Guía de Anticipación
Tarea # 2: Yo nunca
 
Ambos documentos de Google están en inglés en la primera página y en español en la segunda página. Por favor solo escriba en inglés en la primera página.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2

Hello everybody!
This week, please watch the end of The Odyssey movie (find it here…We already watched through 1:45:00, when they faced Charybdis). This will conclude our Odyssey Unit. Watching the movie is not for a grade, but I think you might find it interesting.
 
We will then begin our Romeo and Juliet Unit. These two assignments ARE for a grade.
Assignment #1: Romeo&Juliet Anticipation Guide
Assignment #2: I Would Never
 
Both Google Docs are in English on the first page, and Spanish on the second page. Please only write in English on the first page.
 
¡Hola todos!
Esta semana, mira el final de la película The Odyssey (encuéntrala aquí … Ya vimos hasta la 1:45:00, cuando se enfrentaron a Charybdis). Esto concluirá nuestra Unidad Odyssey. Ver la película no es para una calificación, pero creo que puede resultarle interesante.
 
Luego comenzaremos nuestra Unidad Romeo y Julieta. Estas dos tareas SON para una calificación.
Tarea # 1: Romeo y Julieta Guía de Anticipación
Tarea # 2: Yo nunca
 
Ambos documentos de Google están en inglés en la primera página y en español en la segunda página. Por favor solo escriba en inglés en la primera página.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2

Hello! Here is your next assignment. I already gave these out to you in person, but I attached another copy here if you didn’t get one in class.

*If you don’t have a way of printing this out, it’s ok. Just use a blank sheet of paper!*

On the left side, draw yourself now. On the right side, draw yourself in the future (as an adult) as if all your dreams came true.

For example, if your dream is to become a famous soccer player, draw yourself as that, wearing a jersey and kicking a ball on a soccer field with millions of fans in the background. If your dream is to become a doctor, draw yourself wearing a doctor’s uniform and a stethoscope, standing in a hospital.

If you don’t know what you want to be when you get older, think really hard about it and choose something. Think of what would make you really happy and fulfilled in life, and draw yourself doing whatever that is. Please take this seriously- I want to know your life goals/dreams!

Also, make sure you LABEL each part of both pictures. I have attached an example with labels below. The labels are just as important as the drawings, so do not forget to add them!! As always, message me on Remind, email me, or video chat with me on Zoom if you’re confused.

¡Hola! Aquí está tu próxima tarea. Ya te lo di en persona, pero adjunté otra copia aquí si no recibiste una en clase.

* Si no tiene una forma de imprimir esto, está bien. ¡Solo use una hoja de papel en blanco! *

En el lado izquierdo, dibuja ahora. En el lado derecho, dibuja en el futuro (como adulto) como si todos tus sueños se hicieran realidad.

Por ejemplo, si su sueño es convertirse en un jugador de fútbol famoso, dibuje de esa manera, vistiendo una camiseta y pateando una pelota en un campo de fútbol con millones de fanáticos en el fondo. Si su sueño es convertirse en médico, dibuje con un uniforme médico y un estetoscopio, de pie en un hospital.

Si no sabes lo que quieres ser cuando seas mayor, piénsalo bien y elige algo. Piensa en lo que te haría realmente feliz y realizado en la vida, y dibuja lo que sea que sea. Por favor, tómalo en serio. ¡Quiero saber tus metas / sueños de vida!

Además, asegúrese de etiquetar cada parte de ambas imágenes. He adjuntado un ejemplo con las etiquetas a continuación. ¡Las etiquetas son tan importantes como los dibujos, así que no olvides agregarlos! Como siempre, envíeme un mensaje en Recordatorio, envíeme un correo electrónico o realice un chat de video conmigo en Zoom si está confundido.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2

Hello! Here is your next assignment. I already gave these out to you in person, but I attached another copy here if you didn’t get one in class.

*If you don’t have a way of printing this out, it’s ok. Just use a blank sheet of paper!*

On the left side, draw yourself now. On the right side, draw yourself in the future (as an adult) as if all your dreams came true.

For example, if your dream is to become a famous soccer player, draw yourself as that, wearing a jersey and kicking a ball on a soccer field with millions of fans in the background. If your dream is to become a doctor, draw yourself wearing a doctor’s uniform and a stethoscope, standing in a hospital.

If you don’t know what you want to be when you get older, think really hard about it and choose something. Think of what would make you really happy and fulfilled in life, and draw yourself doing whatever that is. Please take this seriously- I want to know your life goals/dreams!

Also, make sure you LABEL each part of both pictures. I have attached an example with labels below. The labels are just as important as the drawings, so do not forget to add them!! As always, message me on Remind, email me, or video chat with me on Zoom if you’re confused.

¡Hola! Aquí está tu próxima tarea. Ya te lo di en persona, pero adjunté otra copia aquí si no recibiste una en clase.

* Si no tiene una forma de imprimir esto, está bien. ¡Solo use una hoja de papel en blanco! *

En el lado izquierdo, dibuja ahora. En el lado derecho, dibuja en el futuro (como adulto) como si todos tus sueños se hicieran realidad.

Por ejemplo, si su sueño es convertirse en un jugador de fútbol famoso, dibuje de esa manera, vistiendo una camiseta y pateando una pelota en un campo de fútbol con millones de fanáticos en el fondo. Si su sueño es convertirse en médico, dibuje con un uniforme médico y un estetoscopio, de pie en un hospital.

Si no sabes lo que quieres ser cuando seas mayor, piénsalo bien y elige algo. Piensa en lo que te haría realmente feliz y realizado en la vida, y dibuja lo que sea que sea. Por favor, tómalo en serio. ¡Quiero saber tus metas / sueños de vida!

Además, asegúrese de etiquetar cada parte de ambas imágenes. He adjuntado un ejemplo con las etiquetas a continuación. ¡Las etiquetas son tan importantes como los dibujos, así que no olvides agregarlos! Como siempre, envíeme un mensaje en Recordatorio, envíeme un correo electrónico o realice un chat de video conmigo en Zoom si está confundido.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2

Sergio German

KZKA 101.5 Station Manager / Radio Teacher / Athletic Director

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Radio production students will work on Interview questions for a online Interview session with educators discussing diffferent topics. Students will use google docs once they are done they will submit via email. 20 questions minimum

Radio production students will work on listening to an album of their choice for review students should focus on the musical content, lyrics, instrumentation and overall listening experience.

Radio production students will continue to work on an album review of their choice. Which will illustrate the musical content, lyrics, instrumentation and overall listening experience. This should be 2 paragraphs minimum

I have included a sample album review.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2

 

Music production students will work on a future bass genre song. Please check out the music tutorial on how future bass music sounds like which I will provide the link. Once you are done work on a song using a future bass genre sounds and melodies. Please use band lab for the assignment and once you are done submit via Soundcloud. Please call your song future bass.

Music production students will work on an album review of their choice. Which will illustrate the musical content, lyrics, instrumentation and overall listening experience.

Music production students will work on their song portfolio song which will be due for the following week. The student will submit via Soundcloud for review.

Below is attached a sample album review.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2

 

Amanda Goodwin

Mathematics Teacher

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1. EdPuzzle on Subtracting Integers
– Sign in with your school gmail account

2. Google Forms Worksheet on Integers (Check Google Classroom)

3. Google Forms Quiz (Adding/Subtracting Integers) Check Google Classroom

4. Sign Up for Remind: @d8b79ca

1. Sign Up for Remind: @a7k3h9d

2. EdPuzzle Video on Intersecting Chords
-Sign in with your school gmail account

3. Delta Math
-Sector Area/Length
-Intersecting Chords

4. Circles Quiz (Google Forms)

1) Sign Up for Remind: @fhc47k2

2) Delta Math Assignment
-Solving Equations

3) iReady (at least 30 minutes)

1. Sign Up for Remind: @a7k3h9d

2. EdPuzzle Video on Intersecting Chords
-Sign in with your school gmail account

3. Delta Math
-Sector Area/Length
-Intersecting Chords

4. Circles Quiz (Google Forms)

1) Sign Up for Remind: @fhc47k2

2) Delta Math Assignment
-Solving Equations

3) iReady (at least 30 minutes)

1. EdPuzzle on Subtracting Integers
– Sign in with your school gmail account

2. Google Forms Worksheet on Integers (Check Google Classroom)

3. Google Forms Quiz (Adding/Subtracting Integers) Check Google Classroom

4. Sign Up for Remind: @d8b79ca

Darren Hayakawa

Physical Education Teacher

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Instructions: Complete the log sheet below. The expectation is that you complete a physical activity for one hour a day, five days a week. Be sure to fill in each detail for the entries.

Email Instructions: Each log sheet will last you two weeks. Once the log sheet is complete, save in on your device. Take a picture of each page, (there are four pages total) attach them in an email with your name and period, and send them to my email dhayakawa@laaae.org every other Friday by 3:45pm.

 
Handout Links: File 1

Instructions: Complete the log sheet below. The expectation is that you complete a physical activity for one hour a day, five days a week. Be sure to fill in each detail for the entries.

Email Instructions: Each log sheet will last you two weeks. Once the log sheet is complete, save in on your device. Take a picture of each page, (there are four pages total) attach them in an email with your name and period, and send them to my email dhayakawa@laaae.org every other Friday by 3:45pm.

 
Handout Links: File 1

Instructions: Complete the log sheet below. The expectation is that you complete a physical activity for one hour a day, five days a week. Be sure to fill in each detail for the entries.

Email Instructions: Each log sheet will last you two weeks. Once the log sheet is complete, save in on your device. Take a picture of each page, (there are four pages total) attach them in an email with your name and period, and send them to my email dhayakawa@laaae.org every other Friday by 3:45pm.

 
Handout Links: File 1

Instructions: Complete the log sheet below. The expectation is that you complete a physical activity for one hour a day, five days a week. Be sure to fill in each detail for the entries.

Email Instructions: Each log sheet will last you two weeks. Once the log sheet is complete, save in on your device. Take a picture of each page, (there are four pages total) attach them in an email with your name and period, and send them to my email dhayakawa@laaae.org every other Friday by 3:45pm.

 
Handout Links: File 1

Instructions: Complete the log sheet below. The expectation is that you complete a physical activity for one hour a day, five days a week. Be sure to fill in each detail for the entries.

Email Instructions: Each log sheet will last you two weeks. Once the log sheet is complete, save in on your device. Take a picture of each page, (there are four pages total) attach them in an email with your name and period, and send them to my email dhayakawa@laaae.org every other Friday by 3:45pm.

 
Handout Links: File 1

Instructions: Complete the log sheet below. The expectation is that you complete a physical activity for one hour a day, five days a week. Be sure to fill in each detail for the entries.

Email Instructions: Each log sheet will last you two weeks. Once the log sheet is complete, save in on your device. Take a picture of each page, (there are four pages total) attach them in an email with your name and period, and send them to my email dhayakawa@laaae.org every other Friday by 3:45pm.

 
Handout Links: File 1

James Joseph

Mathematics Teacher

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3/30/2020

Today we will have a regular Monday type day. You will need to go to Delta Math and complete the warm-up and then go to code.org and most of unit 5 lesson 14.

I have attached a google slide of the lesson if you get stuck on Google Classroom. I have made each slide its own bubble and the next slide the solution. I hope you can see it better this way. Try and understand the code and read the instructions before just copying my solution. As always if you have any questions please either make a comment below or email me directly.

3/31/2020

Today we will have a regular Tuesday type day. You will need to go to Delta Math and complete the warm-up and then go to code.org and most of unit 5 lesson 15 and 16.

I have attached a google slide of the lesson if you get stuck on Google Classroom. I have made each slide its own bubble and the next slide the solution. I hope you can see it better this way. Try and understand the code and read the instructions before just copying my solution. As always if you have any questions please either make a comment below or email me directly.


4/2/2020

Today we will have a regular Thursday type day. You will need to go to Delta Math and complete the warm-up and then go to code.org and complete unit 5 lesson 17. Today there will also be a quiz that will automatically post at 12pm and close at 11:59pm today.

I have attached a google slide of the lesson if you get stuck on Google Classroom. Each bubble is its own slide and I have the solution to each bubble on the corresponding slide. Try and understand the code and read the instructions before just copying my solution. As always if you have any questions please either make a comment below or email me directly.

I will be available to AP CSP on Zoom on Monday’s and Wednesday’s from 10am-12pm and office hours on Friday from 10am-12pm and again from 2pm-4pm.

Mr. Joseph

3/30/2020

Today we will have a regular Monday type day. You will need to go to Delta Math and complete the warm-up and then submit your homework assignments that have been assigned. Please check google classroom for the new assignments.

Now for Monday I am excepting you to annotated your bible pages 11-14 on derivatives and their appellations . Annotating means highlighting or marking the bible on anything that is of importance and then trying the examples on your own on a separated sheet of paper.

4/1/2020

Today we will have a regular Wednesday type day. You will need to go to Delta Math and complete the warm-up and then work on your assignment on google classroom. I want to work through all of the multiple choice problems and see how well you can score. Please check google classroom for the new assignments.

4/3/2020

Today we will have a regular Friday type day. You will need to go to Delta Math and complete the warm-up and then work on your assignment on google classroom. I want to work through all of the multiple choice problems and see how well you can score. Please check google classroom for the new assignments. Today there will also be a quiz that will automatically post at 12pm and close at 11:59pm today. I will post the solutions on Saturday.

I will be available to AP Calculus on Zoom on Monday’s and Wednesday’s from 2pm-4pm and office hours on Friday from 10am-12pm and again from 2pm-4pm.

Mr. Joseph

 

3/30/2020

Please check powerschool and that your grade is correct. I have graded all assignments. Today the only assignment is to do delta math and complete your homework assignment. I will start entering all of the homework assignments once you have submitted the form. As always if you need anything please email me or comment below any questions you may have.

3/31/2020

Toady will be a regular Tuesday type of day. We will be review the concepts we learned last week. First please go to delta math and complete the warm-up then go to edpuzzle and review volume then go to khan academy and practice the concept we just relearned. Please check google classroom for all the links and documents.

Agenda:
Delta Math
Edpuzzle
Khan Academy

4/2/2020

Toady will be a regular Thursday type of day. We will be review the concepts we learned last week. First please go to delta math and complete the warm-up then go to edpuzzle and review surface area then go to khan academy and practice the concept we just relearned. After you are all done a quiz will automatically post at 12pm and close at 1159pm. Please check google classroom for all the links and documents.

Agenda:
Delta Math
Edpuzzle
Khan Academy
Quiz #213

I will be available to Math 2 on Zoom on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 10am-12pm and office hours on Friday from 10am-12pm and again from 2pm-4pm.

Mr. Joseph

3/30/2020
Good Morning Class,

Please check powerschool and that your grade is correct. I have graded all assignments. Today the only assignment is to do delta math and complete your homework assignment. I will start entering all of the homework assignments once you have submitted the form. As always if you need anything please email me or comment below any questions you may have.

4/1/2020

Toady will be a regular Wednesday type of day. We will be review the concepts we learned last week. First please go to delta math and complete the warm-up then go to edpuzzle and review amplitude and period then go to khan academy and practice the concept we just relearned. Please check google classroom for all the links and documents.

Agenda:
Delta Math
Edpuzzle
Khan Academy

4/3/2020

Toady will be a regular Thursday type of day. We will be review the concepts we learned last week. First please go to delta math and complete the warm-up then go to desmos classroom and review the concept we just relearned. After you are all done a quiz will automatically post at 12pm and close at 1159pm. Please check google classroom for all the links and documents.

Agenda:
Delta Math
Edpuzzle
Desmos Classroom
Quiz #213

I will be available to Pre-Calculus on Zoom on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 2pm-4pm and office hours on Friday from 10am-12pm and again from 2pm-4pm.

Mr. Joseph

3/30/2020

Please check powerschool and that your grade is correct. I have graded all assignments. Today the only assignment is to do delta math and complete your homework assignment. I will start entering all of the homework assignments once you have submitted the form. As always if you need anything please email me or comment below any questions you may have.

3/31/2020

Toady will be a regular Tuesday type of day. We will be review the concepts we learned last week. First please go to delta math and complete the warm-up then go to edpuzzle and review volume then go to khan academy and practice the concept we just relearned. Please check google classroom for all the links and documents.

Agenda:
Delta Math
Edpuzzle
Khan Academy

4/2/2020

Toady will be a regular Thursday type of day. We will be review the concepts we learned last week. First please go to delta math and complete the warm-up then go to edpuzzle and review surface area then go to khan academy and practice the concept we just relearned. After you are all done a quiz will automatically post at 12pm and close at 1159pm. Please check google classroom for all the links and documents.

Agenda:
Delta Math
Edpuzzle
Khan Academy
Quiz #213

I will be available to Math 2 on Zoom on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 10am-12pm and office hours on Friday from 10am-12pm and again from 2pm-4pm.

Mr. Joseph

Welcome to the first day of quarter 4. I know that the wheel has rotated, but in case you want to challenge yourself with some coding I have attached a couple of links below.

The first link is a challenging lesson on conditionals that I do with High Schoolers and the second link is a fun dance party code project in case you need something to do.

If for any reason you are having trouble please message me. I am available via email or google classroom if you need anything at all. You may comment below or just email me.

3/30/2020

Please check powerschool and that your grade is correct. I have graded all assignments. Today the only assignment is to do delta math and complete your homework assignment. I will start entering all of the homework assignments once you have submitted the form. As always if you need anything please email me or comment below any questions you may have.

4/1/2020

Toady will be a regular Wednesday type of day. We will be review the concepts we learned last week. First please go to delta math and complete the warm-up then go to edpuzzle and review amplitude and period then go to khan academy and practice the concept we just relearned. Please check google classroom for all the links and documents.

Agenda:
Delta Math
Edpuzzle
Khan Academy

4/3/2020

Toady will be a regular Thursday type of day. We will be review the concepts we learned last week. First please go to delta math and complete the warm-up then go to desmos classroom and review the concept we just relearned. After you are all done a quiz will automatically post at 12pm and close at 1159pm. Please check google classroom for all the links and documents.

Agenda:
Delta Math
Edpuzzle
Desmos Classroom
Quiz #213

I will be available to Pre-Calculus on Zoom on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 2pm-4pm and office hours on Friday from 10am-12pm and again from 2pm-4pm.

Mr. Joseph

Kenneth Kravec

English Language Arts Teacher

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OFFICE HOURS — From now on, you have SPECIFIC office hours for each of your teachers and classes. Both of my 7th grade classes have office hours with me on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10am to noon.

I have OPEN OFFICE HOURS – that means, any student from any class can attend, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2pm to 4pm.

ASSIGNMENTS:
— You all should’ve taken your Argument Essay Writing QUIZ. If you haven’t, please do it right away. You can also retake it once if necessary. It’s open book and you can use “A Student’s Guide to Argument Writing” — pp. 8-40, to find the answers. You should be using this guide for your essay. If you don’t have a paper copy, I’ll attach a copy of it to this submission.
— ESSAY NOW DUE APRIL 5TH. You should’ve already started working on your essay but I’ve decided to extend the deadline by a week to Sunday, April 5th. This is what’s due: a typed, 5-paragraph essay in addition to pictures of the notes you should’ve taken in your ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY PACKET on both articles and the YouTube Video. So on Sunday the 5th, I expect to have your full essay and the pics of your notes. Paragraphs need to be a minimum of 5 sentences long.
— You have 3 more assignments (all EdPuzzles) and one extra credit assignment for this week which should help you with your essay. Understand that these are between 2 and 4 minute videos with a few questions each. Each EdPuzzle shouldn’t take you too long.

1) Due Sunday the 29th at 10pm. Extra Credit EdPuzzle on writing a Thesis Statement. If you’re going to do it, you should do it by Sunday, the 29th. But technically it’s due on Sunday, April 5th. That sounds confusing, but really what I mean is that you should do it before the other EdPuzzles, while you’re working on the beginning of your Essay. So you should do it by the 29th but I won’t put the grade down until April 5th. If you don’t do this one, since it’s Extra Credit, you won’t get any bad marks for not doing it, but it’s a very helpful EdPuzzle so I suggest you do it.
2) Due Monday, March 30th at 10pm – EdPuzzle on the Introduction Paragraph.
3) Due Wednesday, April 1st at 10pm – EdPuzzle on the Body Paragraph.
4) Due Friday, April 3rd at 10pm – EdPuzzle on the Counterargument Paragraph.

— All of these EdPuzzles are up on Google Classroom as are the instructions of what’s due in the next week or so.

— Thanks and feel free to send me any questions to my email address: kkravec@laaae.org.
— Also, my Zoom ID number to get into my sessions is: 431-963-6812.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2

OFFICE HOURS — From now on, you have SPECIFIC office hours for each of your teachers and classes. Both of my 11th grade classes have office hours with me on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2pm to 4pm

I have OPEN OFFICE HOURS – that means, any student from any class can attend, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2pm to 4pm.

ASSIGNMENTS:
— You all should’ve taken your Argument Essay Writing QUIZ. If you haven’t, please do it right away. You can also retake it once if necessary. It’s open book and you can use “A Student’s Guide to Argument Writing” — pp. 8-40, to find the answers. You should be using this guide for your essay. If you don’t have a paper copy, I’ll attach a copy of it to this submission.
— ESSAY NOW DUE APRIL 5TH. You should’ve already started working on your essay but I’ve decided to extend the deadline by a week to Sunday, April 5th. This is what’s due: a typed, 5-paragraph essay in addition to pictures of the notes you should’ve taken in your ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY PACKET on both articles and the YouTube Video. So on Sunday the 5th, I expect to have your full essay and the pics of your notes. Paragraphs need to be a minimum of 5 sentences long.
— You have 4 more assignments (all EdPuzzles) for this week which should help you with your essay. Understand that these are between 2 and 4 minute videos with a few questions each. Each EdPuzzle shouldn’t take you too long.
1) Due Sunday the 29th at 10pm — EdPuzzle on writing a Thesis Statement.
2) Due Monday, March 30th at 10pm – EdPuzzle on the Introduction Paragraph.
3) Due Wednesday, April 1st at 10pm – EdPuzzle on the Body Paragraph.
4) Due Friday, April 3rd at 10pm – EdPuzzle on the Counterargument Paragraph.
— All of these EdPuzzles are up on Google Classroom as are the instructions of what’s due in the next week or so.
— Attached are the “Student’s Guide to Argument Writing”, and the Argument Essay Packet.
— Thanks and feel free to send me any questions to my email address: kkravec@laaae.org.
— Also, my Zoom ID number to get into my sessions is: 431-963-6812.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2

OFFICE HOURS — From now on, you have SPECIFIC office hours for each of your teachers and classes. Both of my MSLS classes have office hours with me on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to noon.

I have OPEN OFFICE HOURS – that means, any student from any class can attend, on Tuesdays and Thursday from 2pm to 4pm.

THIS WEEK’S ASSIGNMENTS — If you look under classwork in GOOGLE CLASSROOM, you’ll see you have THREE assignments:

1) Connotation Denotation EDPUZZLE — you must watch the 4 minute and 19 sec video and answer the questions. THIS IS DUE TUESDAY, March 31st by 10pm. This is in Google Classroom in the top left corner.
2) Do the WORD MEANINGS TEST REVIEW, which is to look over a few slides I have attached (along with a couple of quick video clips) and then go to the 2 question Review Google Form I made and answer the 2 questions. THIS IS DUE THURSDAY by 10pm.
3) Take the WORD MEANINGS TEST. It is open book. THIS IS DUE SUNDAY, APRIL 5th at 10pm.

OFFICE HOURS — From now on, you have SPECIFIC office hours for each of your teachers and classes. Both of my MSLS classes have office hours with me on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to noon.

I have OPEN OFFICE HOURS – that means, any student from any class can attend, on Tuesdays and Thursday from 2pm to 4pm.

THIS WEEK’S ASSIGNMENTS — If you look under classwork in GOOGLE CLASSROOM, you’ll see you have THREE assignments:

1) Connotation Denotation EDPUZZLE — you must watch the 4 minute and 19 sec video and answer the questions. THIS IS DUE TUESDAY, March 31st by 10pm. This is in Google Classroom in the top left corner.
2) Do the WORD MEANINGS TEST REVIEW, which is to look over a few slides I have attached (along with a couple of quick video clips) and then go to the 2 question Review Google Form I made and answer the 2 questions. THIS IS DUE THURSDAY by 10pm.
3) Take the WORD MEANINGS TEST. It is open book. THIS IS DUE SUNDAY, APRIL 5th at 10pm.

OFFICE HOURS — From now on, you have SPECIFIC office hours for each of your teachers and classes. Both of my 7th grade classes have office hours with me on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10am to noon.

I have OPEN OFFICE HOURS – that means, any student from any class can attend, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2pm to 4pm.

ASSIGNMENTS:

— You all should’ve taken your Argument Essay Writing QUIZ. If you haven’t, please do it right away. You can also retake it once if necessary. It’s open book and you can use “A Student’s Guide to Argument Writing” — pp. 8-40, to find the answers. You should be using this guide for your essay. If you don’t have a paper copy, I’ll attach a copy of it to this submission.

— ESSAY NOW DUE APRIL 5TH. You should’ve already started working on your essay but I’ve decided to extend the deadline by a week to Sunday, April 5th. This is what’s due: a typed, 5-paragraph essay in addition to pictures of the notes you should’ve taken in your ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY PACKET on both articles and the YouTube Video. So on Sunday the 5th, I expect to have your full essay and the pics of your notes. Paragraphs need to be a minimum of 5 sentences long.

— You have 3 more assignments (all EdPuzzles) and one extra credit assignment for this week which should help you with your essay. Understand that these are between 2 and 4 minute videos with a few questions each. Each EdPuzzle shouldn’t take you too long.

1) Due Sunday the 29th at 10pm. Extra Credit EdPuzzle on writing a Thesis Statement. If you’re going to do it, you should do it by Sunday, the 29th. But technically it’s due on Sunday, April 5th. That sounds confusing, but really what I mean is that you should do it before the other EdPuzzles, while you’re working on the beginning of your Essay. So you should do it by the 29th but I won’t put the grade down until April 5th. If you don’t do this one, since it’s Extra Credit, you won’t get any bad marks for not doing it, but it’s a very helpful EdPuzzle so I suggest you do it.
2) Due Monday, March 30th at 10pm – EdPuzzle on the Introduction Paragraph.
3) Due Wednesday, April 1st at 10pm – EdPuzzle on the Body Paragraph.
4) Due Friday, April 3rd at 10pm – EdPuzzle on the Counterargument Paragraph.

— All of these EdPuzzles are up on Google Classroom as are the instructions of what’s due in the next week or so.

— Thanks and feel free to send me any questions to my email address: kkravec@laaae.org.

— Also, my Zoom ID number to get into my sessions is: 431-963-6812.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2

OFFICE HOURS — From now on, you have SPECIFIC office hours for each of your teachers and classes. Both of my 11th grade classes have office hours with me on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2pm to 4pm

I have OPEN OFFICE HOURS – that means, any student from any class can attend, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2pm to 4pm.

ASSIGNMENTS:

— You all should’ve taken your Argument Essay Writing QUIZ. If you haven’t, please do it right away. You can also retake it once if necessary. It’s open book and you can use “A Student’s Guide to Argument Writing” — pp. 8-40, to find the answers. You should be using this guide for your essay. If you don’t have a paper copy, I’ll attach a copy of it to this submission.

— ESSAY NOW DUE APRIL 5TH. You should’ve already started working on your essay but I’ve decided to extend the deadline by a week to Sunday, April 5th. This is what’s due: a typed, 5-paragraph essay in addition to pictures of the notes you should’ve taken in your ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY PACKET on both articles and the YouTube Video. So on Sunday the 5th, I expect to have your full essay and the pics of your notes. Paragraphs need to be a minimum of 5 sentences long.

— You have 4 more assignments (all EdPuzzles) for this week which should help you with your essay. Understand that these are between 2 and 4 minute videos with a few questions each. Each EdPuzzle shouldn’t take you too long.
1) Due Sunday the 29th at 10pm — EdPuzzle on writing a Thesis Statement.
2) Due Monday, March 30th at 10pm – EdPuzzle on the Introduction Paragraph.
3) Due Wednesday, April 1st at 10pm – EdPuzzle on the Body Paragraph.
4) Due Friday, April 3rd at 10pm – EdPuzzle on the Counterargument Paragraph.

— All of these EdPuzzles are up on Google Classroom as are the instructions of what’s due in the next week or so.

— Attached are the “Student’s Guide to Argument Writing”, the Argument Essay Packet and Version 2 of the Argument Essay packet for English Learners/ESL students.

— Thanks and feel free to send me any questions to my email address: kkravec@laaae.org.

— Also, my Zoom ID number to get into my sessions is: 431-963-6812.

Handout Links: File 1, File 2, File 3

8th grade science- Do the warm up on Google classroom- the assignment is worth 4 points.
 
Edpuzzle- watch video and answer the questions that are in it. The link is found in Google Classroom.
 
Another warm up and edpuzzle will be posted Wednesday on Google Classroom.

6th grade science- Do the warm up on Google classroom- the assignment is worth 4 points.

Watch the edpuzzle video and answer the questions. The link is found on google classroom.

Another warm up and edpuzzle will be posted on Wednesday on Google Classroom.

8th grade science- Do the warm up on Google classroom- the assignment is worth 4 points.

Edpuzzle- find the link on Google classroom. Watch it and answer the questions in it.

Another warm up and edpuzzle will be posted on Google Classroom on Wednesday.

6th grade science- Do the warm up on Google classroom- the assignment is worth 4 points.

Edpuzzle- do the edpuzzle in Google classroom. Watch the video and answer the questions in it.

Another warm up and edpuzzle will be posted on Wednesday in Google classroom.

Earth science- Do the warm up posted in Google classroom. It’s worth 4 points. Another will be posted on Wednesday.

Ed puzzle- Watch the video and answer the questions in it.

Take notes- I posted powerpoint slides on Google for you to read, takes notes, and listen to the audio of me explaining each slide.

Earth science- Do the warm up posted in Google classroom. It’s worth 4 points. Another will be posted on Wednesday.

Ed puzzle- Watch the video and answer the questions in it.

Take notes- I posted powerpoint slides on Google for you to read, takes notes, and listen to the audio of me explaining each slide.

PERIOD 1 ART 1

SWBAT engage in a Pear Deck activity that explores the art of Frank Stella.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1o3el3jlUewpll7-PcP4V6qSXf1fDezSxE4lCKxBzsX0/edit?usp=sharing

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/18/t-magazine/frank-stella.html

PERIOD 1 ART 1

Due : Friday April 3rd

SWBAT create a drawing of a cropped part of a normal size image.

Please click on the link below for the EdPuzzle for Mr Miceli’s instructions and demonstration

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYlWbEEHpwU&t=59s

Handout Links: File 1

PERIOD 1 – ART 1

Due : Friday April 3rd

SWBAT engage in a Pear Deck activity that explores the art of Frank Stella.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1o3el3jlUewpll7-PcP4V6qSXf1fDezSxE4lCKxBzsX0/edit?usp=sharing

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/18/t-magazine/frank-stella.html

 

Due : Friday April 3rd

SWBAT create a drawing of a cropped part of a normal size image.
SW interact with an Edpuzzle activity that goes along with Mr Miceli’s instructions and demonstration

Please click on the link below for the EdPuzzle for Mr Miceli’s instructions and demonstration

Google Classroom Code :

qqy4la6

Mr Miceli Email : rmiceli@laaae.org

Handout Links: File 1

PERIOD 4 ART 1

Due : Friday April 3rd

SWBAT create a drawing of a cropped part of a normal size image.

Please click on the link below for the EdPuzzle for Mr Miceli’s instructions and demonstration

Handout Links: File 1

PERIOD 5 ANIMATION

SWBAT interact with the Cartoona APP to create two works of art that exhibit digital manipulation of a photograph

https://apps.apple.com/pl/app/cartoona-photo-editor/id1483623707

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gamebrain.cartoon&hl=en_US

 
Handout Links: File 1
Period 1 – Assignment 1: Describe the assignment *
Mr Miceli – Home Assignment #2 – 3/20/20 Communication Methods with Mr Miceli
 
My students are an extremely important part of my life. I want to let you all know that I miss you and your creative spirit. Your energy helps keep me thinking like an artist and I truly cherish that! In an effort to be able to communicate with you during this time off from school, I am asking that all of my students complete the following three tasks.
Due : Tuesday March 24, 2020
 
Assignment #1 : Students will receive 10/ 10 Points Email Mr Miceli so he has your email address on file This makes it easy for Mr Miceli to contact you through email Reply with your full name either in the ‘subject’ or ‘body’ of email Feel free to ask questions or just say hi! Mr Miceli’s Email address: rmiceli@laaae.org
 
Assignment #2 : Students will receive 10/10 Points The ‘Remind APP’ is a great way that teachers are using to message and give alerts to students about class lessons and links to online assignments. Please download the Remind app for your mobile phone – It’s Free! Or click on the address below to go their on Mr Miceli’s Remind app handle is : @mrmiceli23 http://rmd.me/b?rid=144586933
 
Assignment #3 : Posting any artwork / drawings to Google Classroom Students will receive 10 Points per drawing, a total of 60 Points for all I assigned drawing assignments to all of my classes and Google Classroom will be the place where you submit your work.
 
Please post at least ONE drawing to Google Classroom by Tuesday of next week. I am creating a virtual art gallery for our school that I will be posting all of my students amazing work to! We are going to keep putting the ‘Arts’ In Academy of Arts and Enterprise!
 
Please log onto Google Classroom and if you have not yet already logged on, attached below are the codes for each class.
ART 1 Period 1 : s2tj2jm
STUDIO ART : qqy4la6
ART 1 Period 4 : wq2nh6u
ANIMATION : 74gesny
AP 2D Design : jd56b66
MIDDLE SCHOOL ELECTIVE WHEEL : jtjhh6w
 
Handout Links: File 1

PERIOD 7 AP ART

Due Tuesday March 31st

SWBAT create a measurable objective that they can accomplish during the week of

SW post their measurable objective into Google Classroom comment section.

PERIOD 7 AP ART

Due : Friday April 3rd

SWBAT have one Zoom video conference with Mr Miceli to talk about their AP art portfolio

Handout Links: File 1

Elena Ranosa

Mathematics/Science Teacher

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Go to your Google Classroom and review “Finding slope of a line ” via EDPUZZLE link. Watch tutorial , click Rewatch if needed , before answering the questions.
 
Handout Links: File 1

Complete the Math Puzzle involving finding slope of a line given 2 points on the line. You can use the graphing method or the slope formula for determining slope.

Handout Links: File 2

Complete the Minute Skills practice exercises showing all computations and work involved.

Handout Links: File 3

Check out Factors and Factor Pairs video via ED puzzle. Watch the tutorial, click Rewatch if needed, before answering the given questions.

Handout Links: File 1

Complete Math Puzzle involving Factors and Factor pairs. You may use a separate sheet of paper to write down your answers.

Handout Links: File 2

Please complete Minute skills practice exercises showing all work for each problem.

Handout Links: File 3

Watch the video tutorial on Covalent Bonds via ED PUZZLE in the Google Classroom. Click “Rewatch” if needed, before answering the questions.

Handout Links: File 1

Google Classroom Quizziz on Covalent Bonds

Handout Links: File 2

Describe covalent bond using graphic organizer or Thinking Map and complete the Introduction to Covalent Bonds Reinforcement worksheet by answering the checking for understanding/review questions given

Handout Links: File 3

Watch Covalent Bonds tutorial via ED PUZZLE in the Google Classroom. Click “Rewatch” if needed, before answering the review/check for understanding questions.

Handout Links: File 1

Answer questions involving “Covalent bonds” — Quizziz on Google Classroom

Handout Links: File 2

Complete Reinforcement worksheet involving Covalent Bonds. Organize the given covalent bond ideas & information ( you can include information from the ED PUZZLE video tutorial ) using graphic organizer or thinking map.

Handout Links: File 3

Watch and take notes on the video tutorial about factors and factor pairs . Click “Rewatch ” if needed before answering the checking for understanding /review questions.

Handout Links: File 1

COMPLETE the Math puzzle involving factors and factor pairs . You can use a separate sheet of paper to write down your answers.

Handout Links: File 2

Minute Skills practice exercises involving number sense and operations. Please show all work involved for each problem

Handout Links: File 3

Watch ED Puzzle video tutorial on finding slope using pairs of points in the Google Classroom. Click “Rewatch” if needed, before answering the questions.

Handout Links: File 1

Find / determine slope using the slope formula or by using the graphing method and complete the Math puzzle involving slope of a line.

Handout Links: File 2

Minute Skills practice exercises. Complete the Minute skills practice skills worksheet showing all work and computations involved for each problem.

Handout Links: File 3

Carey Richter

English Learner Coordinator

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Language Ladder Chapters

Fry Word List #7 (google classroom) 25 words = 25 sentences

 
Handout links: File 1

Language Ladder chapters

Fry Word List #7 write 25 sentences

 
Handout links: File 1

Language Ladder

Fry Word List #7 (25 words = 25 sentences)

 
Handout links: File 1

Nicole Shapiro

Mathematics Teacher

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Students will complete 3 Edpuzzles this week:
1. SBAC Packet Answers
2. Factoring Quadratic Equations
3. Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring
Edpuzzle’s 2 and 3 will be followed by practice problems assigned on DeltaMath.
More details on Google Classroom.

By Friday 4/3/20 students should:
1. Join my Google Classroom using the code: 4iutfhx (AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!)
2. Check answers to the assigned Ready Pages (82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 92, 93) posted on Google Classroom.
3. Answer the question of the week on Google Classroom.
4. Complete the Edpuzzle posted on Google Classroom.
5. Complete pages 94 and 95 in the Ready book and email pictures of the answers to nshapiro@laaae.org

Students will complete 3 Edpuzzles this week:
1. SBAC Packet Answers
2. Factoring Quadratic Equations
3. Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring
Edpuzzle’s 2 and 3 will be followed by practice problems assigned on DeltaMath.
More details on Google Classroom.

Students will complete 3 Edpuzzles this week:
1. SBAC Packet Answers
2. Factoring Quadratic Equations
3. Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring
Edpuzzle’s 2 and 3 will be followed by practice problems assigned on DeltaMath.
More details on Google Classroom.

Please work on Edgenuity at least 30 minutes a day. It is highly encouraged that students log onto Zoom during Algebra 1a office hours to get help with their work.

By Friday 4/3/20 students should:
1. Check answers to the assigned Ready Pages (4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 34, 35) posted on Google Classroom.
2. Answer the question of the week on Google Classroom.
3. Complete the Edpuzzle posted on Google Classroom.
4. Complete pages 36 and 37 in the Ready Instruction book and email pictures of the answers to nshapiro@laaae.org

Alana Smith

History-Social Science Teacher

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Read chapter and complete attached assignment.

Handout links: File 1, File 2

Read chapter and complete assignment.
 

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Read chapter and complete assignment.

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Bill of Rights and Civil Liberties chapter in TCI, which have all been posted on Google Classroom.

Read chapter and complete assignment.

Handout links: File 1, File 2

Read chapter and complete assignment.
 
Handout links: File 1, File 2