7th/8th Homeroom – Mrs. Troutman

Week of

March 30 – April 3

7/8 Bible

All of your assignments are posted on Edmodo.  Make sure you complete all of the following by Friday, April 3:

  1.  “The Cure” – Read John 14:1-14 and answer the questions. These questions come directly from the text.
  2.  “The Cure” Reflection Questions – Read John 14:1-14 and answer the questions.  These ones require deeper thought.  You are to reflect upon the passage.
  3. “The Cure” Go Deeper – Read Philippians 4:4-7 and 1 Peter 5:6-7 and explain what they say about worry. Then read Psalm 118:1-9 and Isaiah 26:3-4 and explain what they say about trusting God. Write 2-3 sentences about each verse, and submit them as a Google Doc.

7/8 Earth and Space Science 

All of your assignments are posted on Edmodo.  Make sure you complete all of the following by Friday, April 3:

  1. “Measuring Weather” – this is a quiz on Edmodo.  Answer the questions. You may use your textbook if you have it or search on the web.
  2.  “Weather Station Models” – Use the attached “Weather Station Symbols” key (the Google Doc) to complete the “Weather Station Model Practice Worksheet”. The worksheet is a pdf, so you won’t be able to type on it. Instead, use a new Google Doc to type your answers in the same order they appear in the worksheet and turn that in. There is an example of how to read a weather station model on both the key and the second page of the worksheet.
  3. “Chapter 9 Test” – this is a quiz on Edmodo.

 

 

9/10 Biology

All of your assignment are posted on Seneca Learning.  Make sure you complete the following by Friday, April 3:

9.1.1 – Responding to Change
9.1.2 – Plant Tropisms
9.1.3 – Plant Responses
9.1.4 – Animal Responses
9.2.1 – Endotherms & Ectotherms
9.2.2 – Energy
9.2.3 – Biomass
9.2.4 – Energy Flow
9.2.5 – Energy Availability
9.2.6 – Heterotrophs & Autotrophs
On a Google Doc, answer the following questions.  Your textbook will be helpful if you can get to the school to get it, but you may also search the web.
1. What are the six levels of ecology? List them from the broadest to the most specific.
2. Would a hive of bees in a tree be best described as a community, a population, or an organism?
3.  From the levels of ecology in number 1, where would you place yourself and your classmates if your were describing your school as an ecosystem?
4.  Define the following:  ecology, habitat, biotic factor, abiotic factor, biosphere, climax vegetation, ecosystem, stability, John Ray
5.  Give two examples of biotic factors and two examples of abiotic factors.

Chemistry

Your assignments are posted on Seneca Learning.  Make sure you complete the following by Friday, April 3:

1.1.1 – History of Atomic Theory
1.1.2 – Fundamental Particles
1.1.3 – Mass Number & Proton Number
1.1.4 – Isotopes
1.1.5 – Atomic Mass & Molecular Mass
1.1.6 – Avogadro’s Number
1.1.7 – Mole Calculations
1.2.1 – Electron Shells & Orbitals
1.2.2 – Electron Configurations
1.2.3 – Valence Electrons
5.1.1 – Ideal Gas Equation
5.1.2 – Gas Laws
5.1.3 – Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures
5.1.4 – Maxwell-Boltzmann Distribution
5.2.1 – Non-Ideal Gas Behavior

 

 

Algebra 1

Your assignments are posted on Khan Academy.  Be sure to complete the following by Friday, April 3:

Intro to Slope-Intercept Form, Linear Equation Word Problems, Graphing from Slope-Intercept Form, Writing Linear Functions Word Problems.

Make sure you watch all the videos, as they count for participation points.  Also, your grade is based on percent correct, and you have as many tries as you want, so please do the lessons again if you don’t get a good score.

We will have two Zoom meetings, Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 AM. These meetings are to review Chapter 7.  I will share a Google Doc on Friday with the Chapter Test and the notes that we went over during the Zoom meetings.  You are required to take the test on Friday even if you do not attend the meetings.  See your email for instructions to join the Zoom meetings.

Algebra 2

All assignments are posted on Khan Academy.  Be sure to complete the following by Friday, April 3:

Rational Exponents,Rewriting Quotients of Powers, Properties of Exponents, Evaluating Mixed Radicals and Exponents, Equivalent Forms of Exponential Expressions, Solving Exponential Equations.

Make sure you watch all of the videos, as they are counted as participation points.  Also, your grade is based on the percent correct on the lessons.  You have as many tries as you want, so please try the lesson again if you get a low score.

We are picking up where we left off before school let out and moving on with the material.  I will be available at a Zoom meeting on Tuesday and Thursday at 11:00 AM if you need help with your lessons.  See your email for instructions to join the meeting.  I will work out problems with you during this time and answer any questions you have.

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