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March 30-April 2 Lesson Plans

7th Grade Science

Monday- Finish Ch. 15 Vocabulary and Key Terms Worksheet

Tuesday- Ch. 15 Sec. 1 "Earth in Space" Pg. 498 (Read, Notes)

Wednesday- Ch. 15 Sec. 2 "Gravity and Motion" Pg. 504 (Read, discuss, WS)

Thursday- Ch. 15 Sec. 3 "Phases, Eclipses, and Tides" Pg. 508 (Read, Discuss, Notes)

8th Grade Science

Begin EOI Review, continue all week!!!

Jr. High Health

Monday- Ch. 16 Review Pg. 422 1-16

Tuesday- Ch. 17 Vocabulary Pg. 453 (1-24)

Wednesday- Ch. 17 Sec. 1 "Legal and Illegal Drugs" Pg. 426 (Read, Discuss)

Thursday- Ch. 17 Sec. 2 "Factors Affecting Drug Abuse" Pg. 434 (Read, Discuss, Questions)

Character Education

Monday- Thursday= Short stories and 7 habits book

7th Grade Language Arts March 30t – April 2nd

7th Grade Lesson Plans

March 30th - April 2nd

 

Monday......

Skills:  (Analogy), Context Clues, Main Idea, Compare and Contrast, Supporting Details, Fact and Opinion, Author's Purpose

OAS Objectives:  1.1, 3.1a, 3.1b, 3.2b, 3.2a, 3.3d, 3.4e, 4.3a

Literature -

1.  Students will read "The Mysterious Barite Rose" and then answer the questions that follow in the OCCT practice book pages 41 - 44.

2.  Homework - Students will read a Superman comic and identify all the examples of Onamotopia

 

Tuesday.......

Grad, record, and discuss Monday's work

Skills:  Analogy, Simile, Supporting Details, Point of View, Predictions

OAS Objectives:  1.3b, 1.3d, 3.1c, 3.4a, 3.2

Literature -

1.  The student will read "Just Lite Practice" and answer related questions pages 46 -49 OCCT practice book

 

Wednesday.....

Skill -Word Parts, Literary Terms, Genre of Literature

Literature -

1.  English is 4 Everyone selection

 

Thursday....

Skill - Literary Term Charades

Literature -

1.  Begin "Bridge To Terebethia"

 

 

 

8th Grade Language Arts March 30th – April 2nd

8th Grade Language Arts

March 30th - April 2nd

 

Monday....

skills -(Analogy) Author's Purpose, Cause and Effect, Reference Sources

OAS Objectives:  1.3b, 3.1.a, 3.4b, 3.4d, 5.1a

Literature -

Answer chapter 7 and 8 questions "The Face On The Milk Carton".

 

Tuesday......

Skill -  Theme, Supporting Details, Mood, Figurative Language (Forshadowing), Idiom, Metaphor, Story Elements, Resolution

OAS Objectives:  4.2a, 3.4b, 3.4e, 4.3c, 1.3a, 1.3c

Literature -

Read and discuss chapter 9 Pages 80-92

Homework - Read Summer Time page 60 OCCT Practice book

Answer questions 24 - 30

 

Wednesday.....

Skills -Word parts, Literary Terms, Genre of Literature

Literature -

Read and discuss chapter 9 "The Face On The Milk Carton" pages 80-92

 

Thursday.....

Skill - Charades Literary Terms

Literature -

Read and discuss chapter 10 "The Face On The Milk Carton".

 

 

Sociology Lesson Plan for March 23rd-26th

Monday: Questions

  • Question Monday!

Socrates is well known for using questions as a technology and a method of reasoning. He used to call himself 'the midwife of men‘s thoughts' (and he had had close experience of the work of a midwife, as his mother was one). Socrates saw his task as helping people to 'give birth' to new insights, since it was his conviction that real understanding must come from within. Socrates was of the view that everybody can grasp philosophical truths, if they just use their innate reason.

~Objective: The students will be asked several questions to promote critical thinking and provide the opportunity to appreciate something completely anew. These questions will help open the student’s minds and prompt them to use what they have gathered to come to today's understanding. Questions can allow a person to escape the prison of what they think they know, and lead to an interested and interesting life.

Tuesday: Famous Sociologist; Harriet Martineau

  • Family and Early Life
  • Intellectual Development and Work

~Objective S8:3; The students will differentiate the impact of individual leaders of different social and political movements.

Wednesday: Social Problems

  • Social Problems That Affect the Social System

-Deviance, Juvenile Crime, Drug Addiction, and Long-Term Unemployment

  • Examples of Past Deviance
  • Deviant Acts in Society: Assignment

~Objective S7:2; The students will analyze patterns of behavior found within social problems and their implications for society including juvenile crime, drug addiction, and long-term unemployment.

Thursday; Social Problems

  • Emile Durkheim’s View on Deviance
  • Thomas Merton’s View on Deviance

~Objective S7:3; The students will examine individual and group response and potential resolutions to social problems as well as the consequences of such solutions.