Thursday, Feb 3 – Due Tuesday, Feb 8

Posted on February 2nd, 2012 in 512 by bastachowiak


Everyday Math:

Study Links 4.7

Pre-Algebra:

Pg. 108-111; Odd numbered problems

Prepare for the chapter 2 test

Science:

Completed in Class

Wednesday, Feb 2 – Due Monday, Feb 7

Posted on February 2nd, 2012 in 503 by bastachowiak


Everyday Math:

Study Links 4.9

Pre-Algebra:

Took a test in class. Enjoy the weekend

Science:

Completed in Class

Tuesday, Jan 31 – Due Thursday, Feb 2

Posted on January 31st, 2012 in 512 by bastachowiak


Everyday Math:

Study Links 4.6

Pre-Algebra:

Pg. 93-94; #’s 11-41 (odd)

Pg. 105-107; #’s 13-45 (odd)

Science:

Completed in Class

Monday, Jan 30 – Due Wednesday, Feb 1

Posted on January 30th, 2012 in 503 by bastachowiak


Everyday Math:

Study Links 4.8

Pre-Algebra:

Pg. 108-111 (odd problems)

Science:

Completed in Class, but prepare for Wednesday’s quiz.

Thursday, Jan 26 – Due Tuesday, Jan 31

Posted on January 26th, 2012 in 512 by bastachowiak


Everyday Math:

Study Links 4.5 & ISAT Extended Response Question

Pre-Algebra:

Pg. 81-82; #’s 11-29 (odd), 37,38

Pg. 87-88;  9-35 (odd)

Science:

Completed in Class, but prepare for Tuesday

Wednesday, Jan 25 – Due Monday, Jan 30

Posted on January 26th, 2012 in 503 by bastachowiak


Everyday Math:

Study Links 4.6 & 4.7

Pre-Algebra:

Page 105-107; #’s 12-45 (odd questions)

Science:

None – Completed in Class

Tuesday, January 24 – Due Thursday, January 26

Posted on January 26th, 2012 in 512 by bastachowiak


Everyday Math:

Study Links 4.4

Pre-Algebra:

None

Science:

None – Completed in Class

Monday, Jan 23 – Due Wednesday, Jan 25

Posted on January 23rd, 2012 in 503 by bastachowiak


REMEMBER, GRADES ARE DUE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25. ANY ASSIGNMENTS DUE BEFORE THIS ASSIGNMENT MUST BE TURNED IN BY TUESDAY TO EARN CREDIT.

ANY WORK COMPLETED FOR PREVIOUS CHAPTERS CAN STILL EARN 50% AND ANY WORK COMPLETED FOR THE CURRENT CHAPTER RECEIVED BEFORE WEDNESDAY WILL RECEIVE 100%.

Everyday Math:

Study Links 4.4 & 4.5

Pre-Algebra:

Pg. 87-88; odd questions for 9-35

Pg. 93-94; odd questions for 11-41

Science:

None

Friday, Dec 20 – Due Monday, Dec 23

Posted on January 21st, 2012 in 503 by bastachowiak


REMEMBER, GRADES ARE DUE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25. ANY ASSIGNMENTS DUE BEFORE THIS ASSIGNMENT MUST BE TURNED IN BY TUESDAY TO EARN CREDIT.

ANY WORK COMPLETED FOR PREVIOUS CHAPTERS CAN STILL EARN 50% AND ANY WORK COMPLETED FOR THE CURRENT CHAPTER RECEIVED BEFORE WEDNESDAY WILL RECEIVE 100%.

Everyday Math:

Study Links 4.3 and 4.4

Pre-Algebra:

Pg. 81-82

#’s 10-30, 37,38

Science:

The class assignment was to create two bar charts for the following two sets of information:

Table 1: Annual Rainfall in Boomtown: 1996 – 2005

Year

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

Rainfall in centimeters

92

99

89

94

94

84

97

85

94

72

 

Table 1: Annual Rainfall in Boomtown: 1996 – 2005

Year

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

Rainfall in centimeters

7

10

7

3

3

0

0

3

7

7

25

20

Use the bar charts to answer the following questions.
1. Look at the graphs of annual and monthly rainfall in Boomtown that you created. Describe any patterns that you see in the rainfall.
2. a. Is there anything unusual about Boomtown’s annual rainfall? Explain.
     b. Is there anything unusual about Boomtown’s monthly rainfall? Explain.
3. During the same year, a town in california and a city in Maryland both received about 99 cm of rain. In August, the town in California had less than 1 cm of rain while the city in Maryland had 7 cm. Explain how these two places could have the same annual rainfall.
4. Which location – Delta Marsh, Green Hill, or Seaside Cliff – would be mostly affected by
     a. a year of typical rainfall in Boomtown? Explain
     b. another flood in Boomtown? Explain.

Thursday, Jan 19 – Due Tuesday, Jan 24

Posted on January 20th, 2012 in 512 by bastachowiak


REMEMBER, GRADES ARE DUE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25. ANY ASSIGNMENTS DUE BEFORE THIS ASSIGNMENT MUST BE TURNED IN BY TUESDAY TO EARN CREDIT.

ANY WORK COMPLETED FOR PREVIOUS CHAPTERS CAN STILL EARN 50% AND ANY WORK COMPLETED FOR THE CURRENT CHAPTER RECEIVED BEFORE WEDNESDAY WILL RECEIVE 100%.

Everyday Math:

Study Links 4.3 and 4.4

Pre-Algebra:

NONE

Science:

The class assignment was to create two bar charts for the following two sets of information:

Table 1: Annual Rainfall in Boomtown: 1996 – 2005

Year

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

Rainfall in centimeters

92

99

89

94

94

84

97

85

94

72

 

Table 1: Annual Rainfall in Boomtown: 1996 – 2005

Year

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

Rainfall in centimeters

7

10

7

3

3

0

0

3

7

7

25

20

Use the bar charts to answer the following questions.
1. Look at the graphs of annual and monthly rainfall in Boomtown that you created. Describe any patterns that you see in the rainfall.
2. a. Is there anything unusual about Boomtown’s annual rainfall? Explain.
     b. Is there anything unusual about Boomtown’s monthly rainfall? Explain.
3. During the same year, a town in california and a city in Maryland both received about 99 cm of rain. In August, the town in California had less than 1 cm of rain while the city in Maryland had 7 cm. Explain how these two places could have the same annual rainfall.
4. Which location – Delta Marsh, Green Hill, or Seaside Cliff – would be mostly affected by
     a. a year of typical rainfall in Boomtown? Explain
     b. another flood in Boomtown? Explain.

Wednesday, Jan 18 – Due Friday, Jan 20

Posted on January 18th, 2012 in 503 by bastachowiak


REMEMBER, GRADES ARE DUE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25. ANY ASSIGNMENTS DUE BEFORE THIS ASSIGNMENT MUST BE TURNED IN BY TUESDAY TO EARN CREDIT.

ANY WORK COMPLETED FOR PREVIOUS CHAPTERS CAN STILL EARN 50%.

Everyday Math:

Study Links 3.6 (2 pages) and 4.2

Pre-Algebra:

Pg. 73-75; #’s 7-10,28-35,44,45,50

Science:

1. What is the contour interval on the tpographical maps of Boomtown?
2. a.What major changes did you observe between 100 years ago and 20 years ago?
    b. What major changes did you observe between 20 years ago and today?
3. Look at the maps of the three locations in Boomtown.
    a. Which of the three locations is the most stable? In other words, which location has changed the least over the past 100 years?
    b. Which of the three locations is the least stable?
    c. Explain the evidence that supports your answer to 3a and 3b.
4. Do the maps indicate possible problems for building at any of the possible locations?

Tuesday, January 2

Posted on January 18th, 2012 in 512 by bastachowiak


REMEMBER, GRADES ARE DUE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25. ANY ASSIGNMENTS DUE BEFORE THIS ASSIGNMENT MUST BE TURNED IN BY TUESDAY TO EARN CREDIT.

Everyday Math:

Study Links 3.6 (2 pages) and 4.2

Pre-Algebra:

None

Science:
Consider your side to the concepts of Mined versus Manufactured Diamonds and write a rough draft weighing the pros and cons. Make sure to consider the trade offs you accept in order to have the choice you prefer.
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