Homework

May 21:

Math: Data, Prediction, and Linear Functions

Algebra: Packet #14-25

Social Studies: Finish reading 8.4

Science: Work on project

Spanish: Librito

7th Literature: Fill out chart p. 20 

May 20:

Literature: Read Ch. 30-31

Math: “Are you ready” worksheet

Algebra: 1-13

Social Studies: Read 8.4

Science: Continue working on project

Spanish: Librito para ninos

7th Literature: Read Ch. 5-6, answer comprehension questions

May 17:

Language Arts: Verbals test Monday (open book)

Literature: Read Ch. 30-31

Science: Continue working on project

Spanish: Librito para ninos

7th Literature: Read Ch. 3-4, answer comprehension questions

May 16:

Language Arts: ACS essay due May 24th

Literature: Read Ch. 29

Algebra: 10 problems of your choice

Spanish: librito para ninos: draft due Friday

7th Literature: Read ch. 3-4 by Monday, answer comp. questions

May 15:

History: Finish reading 8.2, take 8.2 quiz (if you didn’t finish during class)

7th Literature: Read Ch. 3-4, answer comprehension questions for both – due Monday

May 14:

Literature: Read Ch. 25-27 by Thursday (use study hall time, if you are busy)

Social Studies: Same as yesterday

Math: System of Equations

Algebra: P. 618 #1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 12

7th Literature: Read “Animal Farm” ch. 2, answer comprehension questions 

May 13:

Liturature: Read Ch. 22-24

Math: Graphing Lines

Algebra: 9.6 #3-8

Social Studies: Finish 8.1 notes

May 1:

Language Arts: Same as yesterday

Literature: Same

Spanish: Same

April 30:

Language Arts: Latin 13 test Friday

Literature: Ch. 17-21 discussion questions due Friday

Social Studies: Topic 7 presentations due Wednesday

Religion: Ch. 9 Review and test Wednesday

Spanish: Quiz jueves, prayer viernes

Drama: Monologues and dialogues due tomorrow

April 29:

Language Arts: Latin 13D due Tuesday, test Friday; p. 363 #7-12, p. 363 #13-16 typed/emailed

Literature: Read Ch. 17-21, answer discussion questions, due Tuesday

Social Studies: Topic 7 presentations due Wednesday

Religion: Ch. 9 Review due Wednesday, test Wednesday

Spanish: Quiz jueves, prayer viernes

7th Literature: Whirligig due Tuesday.

April 25:

Language Arts: Same

Literature: Read Ch. 15-16, answer questions

Math: IXL 4 in each group

Algebra: 

Social Studies: Work on Topic 7 presentations, LP poem about self due Friday 

Religion: Same, also work on finishing rosary for D.C. trip

7th Literature: Same

April 23:

Language Arts: Latin 13A due Friday

Literature: Same

Math: Multiple numbers from worksheet

Algebra: 9.1 #20, 33, 34, 40

Social Studies: Work on Topic 7 presentations, due Wednesday

Religion: Same

7th Literature: Work on whirligigs, due Tuesday

April 22:

Language Arts: Latin 13A, p. 348 #1-18, 19-25

Literature: Same as last Tuesday

Math: Completed in class

Algebra: P. 574 #9, 18

Social Studies: Work on presentation for Topic 7 section, due Thursday

7th Literature: Read “San Diego”, and questions in packet

April 18:

Literature: Same as yesterday

Social Studies: Autobiography printed and turned in Friday

Science: Super Hero Genetics due Tuesday

Math: Identify Slope and Intercept/Equation of a Line worksheet; EC – Fill out quiz prep sheet and turn in Friday

Algebra: P. 559-560 #54-60 (multiples of 3)

7th Literature: Same as yesterday

April 17:

Language Arts: Latin 12 test Thursday

Literature: Read Ch. 6-11, answer discussion questions

Social Studies: LP autobiography for peer review due Thursday

Algebra: P. 559-560 #24-42 (multiples of 3)

Math: Not written, phone a friend

Spanish: same

7th Literature: Finish reading “Apprentices”, answer packet questions; Extra credit (5 pts.): Find the difference between stereotype, prejudice, racism. 

April 16:

Language Arts: Latin 12 test Thursday

Literature: Read Ch. 6-11, answer discussion questions, due next Tuesday

Algebra: P. 558 #1-21 (multiples of 3)

Spanish: Same

7th Literature: Finish answering questions for “Bellevue”

April 15:

Language Arts: Latin 12D due Tuesday, test Thursday

Literature: Same as April 12

Religion: Same

Spanish: Paquete para jueves

7th Literature: Read “Twinkle”, answer questions; Whirligig due April 30th

April 12:

Language Arts: Latin 12D due Tuesday, test Thursday

Literature: Read Ch. 4-5, answer discussion questions only, due Tuesday

Religion: Ch. 8 Review due Tuesday, test Tuesday

7th Literature: See Wednesday

April 11:

Language Arts: Latin 12C due Friday

Literature: Read Ch. 2-3, answer questions

U.S. History: Finish reading 6.6 “New Spain”, quiz Friday (or sooner, if you’re ready)

Math/Algebra: not written on board

Religion: Ch. 8 review due Tuesday, test Tuesday

7th Literature: same as yesterday

April 10:

LA/Lit: Same as yesterday

Math: Graphing lines worksheet

Algebra: #3-12 (multiples of 3), 25, 27, 47

Religion/Spanish: Same as yesterday

7th Literature: Read “Miami”, answer questions in packet for Monday

April 9:

Language Arts: Latin 12C due Friday

Literature: Read Ch. 1 of “To Kill a Mockingbird”, answer questions in packet that pertain to that chapter

Math: Lesson 1 – graphing linear equations worksheet

Algebra: 8.6 #7-15 odd, 23, 25, 60

History: Finish reading and taking notes on 6.4

Religion: Read, take notes p. 123-126

Spanish: Examencito Jueves

7th Literature: Read “Afterlife”, answer packet questions

April 8:

Language Arts: Latin 12A, p. 314 #13-20, p. 317 #10-14 due Tuesday

Math: p. 335

Algebra: 8.5 #12-30 (multiples of 3) and #60, EC #64

Social Studies: Read and take notes 6.4 “Westward Movement”, quiz Wednesday

7th Literature: Read Ch. 1 of “Whirligig”, answer questions in packet about that chapter

March 26:

Literature: Book report due 3/29

Math: Solving system of equations

Algebra: p. 523 #1-3

Social Studies: LP biography due for peer editing Wednesday, final copy printed and turned in Thursday.

March 22:

Language Arts: Latin 11D due Monday, test Tuesday 

Literature: One book report (can be on Civil War novel) due March 29th

Social Studies: LP biography due Wednesday for peer review (digital version okay); final, printed copy due Thursday

March 21:

Language Arts: Same

Literature: Same

Religion: Finish Ch. 7 Review, test Monday

U.S. History: Finish 6.3 notes

Math: #1-4, 6, 10, 14, 18, 20, 22, 27, 28, 30, 34

Algebra: #3-21, 27-33 (multiples of 3)

7th Literature: Same as previous

March 20:

Language Arts: Same as yesterday

Literature: Same

Religion: P. 114-120

Social Studies: Read 6.2, take notes 

Math: P. 322 evens

Algebra: #3-15 and 27-29 (odd), #40, 41 

7th Literature: Read Ch. 9 by Monday, think about Guiding Question: The Greasers win the fight, so Dally and Ponyboy go and see Johnny in the hospital. When Dally tells them they won, Johnny doesn’t smile and he says, “Useless… fight — fighting’s no good…” Why is this so important that Johnny is the one to say this? What can the boys learn from him?

March 19:

Language Arts: Latin 11C due Friday, grammar test on Friday – please work through the middle section of practice problems on p. 73-79 to be sure you understand each concept to be tested on. You do not need to turn this in, but do practice. 

Literature: Continue reading Civil War novels. These are to be finished by March 29th. You have only one book report this month (it can be on your Civil War novel or a different novel). This will give you extra time to work on your LP biography (due March 28th). 

Religion: Finish reading Ch. 7 p. 111-114

U.S. History: Same as yesterday; LP biography due for peer editing in class on Thursday, March 28th; final biography due for grading Friday, March 29th. Please print and turn in at beginning of day. Make special arrangements if you don’t have a printer. 

Spanish: El verbo venir para jueves

Math: Substitution worksheet – first four, plus last problem 

Algebra: Lesson 8.2 #3-30 (multiples of 3)

7th Literature: Read Ch. 8, GQ: How does The Outsiders reveal the theme that there is a divide between rich and poor? 

March 18:

Language Arts: Latin 11A due Tuesday

Literature: Continue work on Civil War novel tasks and reading

Math: 7.4 Problems (Systems of Equations)

Algebra: #17-23 and 31-35 (odds), #38

U.S. History: Finish 6.1 “Jackson Wins the Race”, take notes or answer online questions

7th Literature: Read “Outsiders” Ch. 7, think about GQ: What is the theme that is present in the book so far? What has revealed this theme?

March 14:

Language Arts: Latin 10 test tomorrow

Literature: Complete tasks by end of class Friday

Social Studies: Essay due Monday

Math: Teaching equations worksheet

7th Literature: Same as yesterday, due Monday

March 13:

Language Arts: same

Literature: same

Spanish: Realidades para Jueves

7th Literature: Read Ch. 6 by Monday; think about the Guiding Question as you read: How does this whole incident make Ponyboy realize that Darry really does love him? 

March 12:

Language Arts: Latin 10D due Thursday

Literature: Read Civil War novels according to your group’s schedule 

Math: Multi-step equations worksheet

Algebra: P. 486 #17-37 odd

Science: Finish projects

Social Studies: Finish Supreme Court cases

Spanish: Realidades

7th Literature: Read ch. 5, Guiding Question: What is the meaning of the poem? What’s the mood and tone of the poem? How does its structure contribute to its meaning? 

March 11:

Language Arts: Latin 10C due Tuesday

Literature: Read Civil War novels according to your group’s schedule 

Math: Multi-step equations worksheet

Algebra: P. 485 #6-14

Science: Finish projects

Spanish: Mi perro y su pelota para martes

7th Literature: Read Ch. 4, think about Guiding Question: Why does being on the run make them realize how they must actually look to outsiders who don’t know them?

March 6:

Language Arts: Latin 10A due Thursday

Math: Pg. 312 #1-6

Algebra: Not sure, no one wrote it on the board

Social Studies: Supreme Court Landmark Cases project due Monday

Science: Finish projects

Spanish: Perro project due Tuesday

7th Literature: Read Ch. 3 for Monday; think about the guiding question you wrote in your journal.

March 5:

Language Arts: Latin 10A due Thursday

Math/Algebra: Same as yesterday

Spanish Mi perro y su pelota – para martes

7th Literature: Finish reading Ch. 2 “The Outsiders”

March 4:

Literature: Work on Romeo and Juliet essay, due Tuesday end of day

Math: Worksheet

Algebra: 7.4 #4, 5, 9, 22, 38

7th Literature: Finish reading chapter 1 of “The Outsiders”

February 29:

Language Arts: Latin 9 test tomorrow

Social Studies: Finish Topic 5 test 

February 28:

Same homework as yesterday except:

Religion: Ch. 5 review, test tomorrow

Other: Bring permission slip tomorrow for BHS musical preview

February 27:

Language Arts: Latin 9D due Thursday, test Friday

Literature: Read (no questions) Act 4 Scenes 1 and 2

Math: P. 297 evens

Algebra: P. 456 #1-12

Social Studies: Topic 5 test Thursd

February 26:

Language Arts: Latin 9C due Tuesday, adverbs test Tuesday

Literature: Read R&J 3:1-3:3

Math: Pg. 287#12 and 3 or 4

Algebra: P. 453-454 #51, 57, 58

Social Studies: Topic 5 test Thursday 

7th Literature: P. 30-31 of Midsummer Night’s Dream packet

February 23:

Language Arts: Latin 9C due Tuesday

Math: Volume project due Monday

Spanish: Family project due Monday

7th Literature: See yesterday

February 22:

Language Arts: Latin 9A due Friday

Literature: P. 10 (Prologue packet) #1-3 due Friday; read 2:1, 2:2, if you weren’t in class today

Social Studies: Finish reading 5.6, take notes

Spanish: Family project due Monday

Math: Volume project

Algebra: 7.2 #9-30 (multiples of 3), #42

7th Literature: P. 25-27, read p. 28 and act 5 due Monday

Drama: Memorize monologue

February 21:

Literature: Same as below

Math: Volume project

Algebra: 7.1 #4-36 evens, #42, 44, 56

Social Studies: Finish 5.5, notes

Spanish: Project due 2/23

7th Literature: P. 25-27, read p. 28 and act 5 due Monday

Drama: Memorize monologue

February 14:

Language Arts: Latin 8 test tomorrow

Literature: Read and answer questions for Act 1 Scene 5 due Thursday

Math: P. 291-292 #3, 5, 7, 9, 10,11,13,14,15,18

Algebra: P. 423 #3-30 (multiples of 3)

Social Studies: Read and take notes 5.4

Spanish: Family project due 2/23

7th Lit: Finish p. 22-23 #1-5, p. 20 and Act 4 due Wednesday

February 13:

Language Arts: Latin 8 test on Thursday

Literature: Read and answer questions for R&J Act 1 Scene 5 due Thursday

Math: Volume of cylinders, cones, spheres

Algebra: P. 423 (I think – I couldn’t read the board) #3-30 (multiples of 3)

U.S. History: Finish notes for 5.3

Spanish: Family project due Thursday

7th Literature: 2 book reports due the last school day of the month, reading log (200 pages) due each Monday

February 12:

Language Arts: Latin 8D due Tuesday

Literature: Read 1:3, 1:4 and answer questions – due Tuesday

Social Studies: Finish reading/taking notes for 5.3 “Presidents Adams and Jefferson” – due Wednesday

Religion: Ch. 4 Review due Thursday

Spanish: Proyecto de la familia due Jueves

7th Literature: You should have read through Act 2. Answer all pages through p. 19 #4, 5.  Read p. 20 to prepare for Act 3. 

February 9:

Language Arts: Latin 8D due Tuesday

Literature: Romeo and Juliet questions for Act 1 Scene 2 due Monday

Spanish: Proyecto de la familia para jueves

7th Literature: See yesterday

February 8:

Language Arts: Latin 8C due Friday, grammar p. 202 #12-26 due Friday

Literature: Answer questions to Act 1 Scene I of “Romeo and Juliet”

7th Literature: Read p. 16 of packet and Act II Scene 1 of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

February 7:

Language Arts: Latin 8C due Friday, grammar p. 202 #12-26 due Friday

U.S. History: Read 5.2, complete worksheet p. 116-117

7th Literature: Read p. 16 of packet and Act II Scene 1 of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

February 5:

Language Arts: Latin 8A due Wednesday; grammar p. 202 #12-26

Social Studies: Read 5.1 up to “How did American react to the French Revolution?

Algebra: #6-10 evens, 25, 40 (don’t do graph)

7th Grade Literature: Read “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Act 1 (either modern or traditional version) 

January 24:

Religion: Ch. 3 test Friday

January 22:

Literature: Read through Ch. 10 LF; first January book report due Wednesday, 1/24, second due 1/31

U.S. History: Topic 4 test Wednesday

Religion: Service hours (18 total) due 1/26 

Spanish: Examencito miercoles

7th Literature: Remaining African American authors presentations due Wednesday; first Jan. book report due 1/24, second one due 1/31

January 11:

Language Arts: Latin 7 test Friday; legacy paragraph due Friday

Literature: Finish ch. 5 Lord of Flies, #1, 8, 11, 13, 18

Math: Angles worksheet

Algebra: #6-15

US History: Finish 4.7, take notes

Religion: Morality essay due Jan. 19th

7th Literature: African American Authors slideshow due Jan. 22nd; one book report due Jan. 24th, second one due Jan. 31

January 10:

Language Arts: Latin 7D due Thursday, test Friday; legacy paragraph due Friday

Literature: Read Ch. 4 Lord of Flies, answer questions (not #8)

Religion: Morality paper due 1/19

US History: Finish reading 4.6, take notes

7th Literature: African American Author Powerpoint due Jan. 24th

January 9:

Language Arts: Latin 7D due Thursday, test Friday; legacy paragraph due Friday

Literature: Read Ch. 4, answer questions

Religion: Morality paper due 1/19

US History: Read up until “Executive Branch” of lesson 4.5

7th Literature: African American Author Powerpoint due Jan. 24th

January 8:

Language Arts: Latin 7D due Thursday, test Friday

Literature: Read Ch. 3, answer questions

Religion: Morality paper due 1/19

US History: Read 4.5 up until “Executive Branch” (p. 232)

January 5:

Language Arts: Latin 7D due Thursday, test Friday

Literature: Reading Ch. 2, 1/2 of ch. 3 by Monday. Answer questions to ch. 2 only. 

Religion: Morality paper due 1/19

January 4:

Language Arts: Latin 7C due Friday

US History: Be prepared to share information about your Federal Paper at some point tomorrow.

Religion: Morality paper due January 19th

January 3:

Language Arts: Latin 7A due Thursday; p. 193 #29-54 due Thursday

Religion: Morality paper due January 19th

Math: Shapes

Algebra: 5.2 #11-33 (odd), 37

History: Finish quiz 4.3

January 2:

Language Arts: Latin 7A due Thursday; p. 193 #29-54 due Thursday

Religion: Morality paper due January 19th

Math: p 172 #1-6

Algebra: 5.1 #2-30 (evens), #31

December 13:

7th and 8th Literature: One book report for the month of December due the last day of the month. You will need to send it to me. Ppt is good, or other digital format. 

Religion: Morality essay due Thursday (as far as you’ve written). 

December 12:

Religion: See yesterday

7th Literature: Write letter of gratitude to parents. We will make Christmas cards with these letters inside on Wednesday (tomorrow). 

December 11:

Religion: Morality first draft due Wednesday 12/13 (whatever you have so far)

Math: Unit rate practice worksheet

Algebra: #11-20 worksheet

December 7:

Language Arts: Latin 6 test Friday

Literature: Christmas Memory personal narrative due Friday by noon for printing; don’t forget to put your rubric in the LA bin.

US History: Begin 4.1, read and take notes up to “Articles of Confederation”

Algebra: p. 291 odds

Spanish: Food project due Friday

7th Literature: Movie trailers due Monday

December 6:

Language Arts: Latin 6 test Friday; personal narrative “Christmas Memory” due Friday end of day (emailed so I can print them at school)

Math: Pythagorean Theorem 

Algebra: p. 257 #2, 5, 7 

Spanish: Project due Friday, Dec. 8th

Literature: Movie trailers due Monday

December 5:

Language Arts: Latin 6 test Friday; personal narrative “Christmas Memory” due Friday end of day (emailed)

Social Studies: Read p. 43/take notes, p. 44 #4 in notebooks, notebooks turned in Wednesday for checking/grading

Spanish: Food project due Sept. 8

7th Literature: Movie trailer due Monday

December 4:

Language Arts: Latin 6D due Tuesday

US History: Read p. 43, take notes. Answer p. 44 #4 in notebook. Notebooks will be checked for notes (completeness, neatness)

Spanish: El proyecto de la comida para el 8 de diciembre

Math: Math Antics worksheet

Algebra: #6-21 (multiples of 3), #32

7th Literature: Work on movie trailer for WA State novel (see email for instructions)

November 30:

Language Arts: Latin 6C due Friday

US History: Prepare arguments for “Council Meeting” (Antigone, Ismene, Creon)

Math: Square roots worksheet

Algebra: Worksheet

Spanish: El proyecto de la comida para el 8 de diciembre

7th Literature: Book review for Washington State novel – MLA format, due Friday morning (emailed) 

November 29:

Language Arts: Latin 6C due Friday

Literature: 2 book reports due Thursday, finish book by Friday, “Those Who Oppose” p. 25 worksheet due Thursday

Math: Exponents and roots

Algebra: #5-13 odds, #50

Spanish: El proyecto de la comida para el 8 de diciembre

Science: Analyzing sound in a motion simulation data

7th Literature: Book review for Washington State novel – MLA format, due Friday morning (emailed)

November 28:

Language Arts: Latin 6C due Friday

Literature: 2 book reports by Thursday, finish novel by Friday, “Those Who Oppose” p. 25 due Thursday

US History: See yesterday

Math: Decimal worksheet

Algebra: #6-30 (evens), #45, 46

7th Literature: Finish p. 20-21 sheets, due Wednesday; 2 book reports due Thursday, finish reading novel by Friday

November 27:

Language Arts: Latin 6A due Tuesday

Literature: Finish reading novel by Friday, 2 book reports due Thursday (one can be Salem witch trial novel)

US History: Finish reading/taking notes p. 28-29, answer #4 p. 30 in notebooks 

November 16:

Literature: Character worksheets p. 20-21, read, book reports due November 30th

US History: Finish lesson 2, take notes, answer p. 19 #1-3

Math: Laws of Exponents

November 15:

Literature: Continue reading Salem novel. Two book reports due November 30th.

Math: Math Antics worksheet

Algebra: P. 171 #3, 5, 6

7th Literature: Continue reading novel. Two book reports due November 30th. 

November 14:

Literature: Finish Characterization worksheet; continue reading Salem novel; 2 book reports due November 30th

Math: P. 94, #1-12 guided practice

Algebra: P. 171 #3, 5, 6 

7th Literature: Continue reading novels, task rubric due Wednesday end of class 

November 13:

Literature: Finish Characterization/POV worksheet; 2 book reports (one on Salem novel) due last school day of November

Math: P. 94 #1-12 guided practice

Algebra: Lesson 3.7 #3-21 (odds)

November 7:

Language Arts: Latin 5 test Thursday (lit time)

Literature: Six tasks due Thursday

US History: Topic 3 test Wednesday

Religion: Ch. 2 Review due tomorrow, Ch. 2 test tomorrow

Algebra: #21-23, 41

7th Literature: Five tasks from rubric due end of day Thursday

November 6:

Language Arts: Latin 5D due Tuesday; verbs test Tuesday

Literature: Read Salem witch novels, complete 6 tasks by Thursday

Math: Test Review

Algebra: 3.5 #3-13

US History: Topic 3 test Wednesday

November 2:

Language Arts and Literature: Same as yesterday

Math: Interpreting Graphs

Algebra: #11-23, 39

November 1:

Language Arts and Literature: Same as yesterday

October 31:

Language Arts: Latin 5C due Friday

Literature: Salem novel tasks due Friday

Algebra: #19, 24, 28, 45

October 30:

Language Arts: Latin 5A due Tuesday

Literature: 2 book reports due Tuesday, Salem novel tasks due Friday

US History: Finish 3.5, take quiz

Religion: Finish saint poster

Math: Is it a function? 

Algebra: #7-12 

October 26:

Language Arts: Latin 4 test Friday

Math: Same as yesterday

Algebra: #24, 25, 34, 36

Religion: Finish saint poster

US History: Read lesson 3.4, we will discuss tomorrow, then quiz (no need to take notes)

Spanish: Same as yesterday

7th Literature: Same as yesterday

October 25:

Language Arts: Latin 4 test Friday; p. 176 #1-16 due Thursday (beginning of lit.)

Math: Writing function rules

Algebra: P. 134-138 (multiples of 4)

US History: Finish lesson 3.3 (answer online questions), take quiz

Spanish: 10 adjectivos y 3 frases

7th Literature: Finish scary short story, bring in Monday

October 24:

Language Arts: Latin 4 test Friday; p. 176 #1-16 due Thursday (beginning of lit.)

Math: Function tables and graph practice sheet

Algebra: p. 134-138 (multiples of 4)

Religion: Work on saint poster (due Friday); readers prepare for All Saints Day readings

Spanish: 10 adjectivos y 3 frases (if you didn’t finish in class)

7th Literature: Work on scary short story (see rubric) due Monday (you will read it to the class)

October 23:

Language Arts: Latin 4D due Tuesday, test Friday

US History: Finish reading 3.2, processing your choice (notes, online questions, worksheets)

Religion: Sketch outline of your saint on white construction paper, we will color in during class 

October 20:

Language Arts: Latin 4D due Tuesday; re-writes on essays due Wednesday

Religion: Outline of saint by Monday

7th Literature: Read one short scary story online by Monday, be prepared to tell us about it (no need to write anything)

October 19:

Math: Distance between points

Algebra: P. 132 #1-2

US History: Read half of 3.1, take notes/online questions/worksheets (your choice)

Religion: Be thinking about a saint – you will make a poster of him/her for All Saints Mass November 1st

October 18:

Language Arts: Latin 4C, p. 114 #19-28 due Friday

Literature: Book trailers due Thursday

Math: Graphs and functions graphing coordinates

Algebra: #11-17 (odds), 20

7th Literature: Find one scary short story online, read and be ready to tell us about it Monday

October 17:

Language Arts: Latin 4C, p. 114 #19-28 due Friday

Literature: Book trailers due Thursday

Math: Graphs and functions word problems

Algebra: #3-24 (multiples of 3), 33, 39

US History: Quest due EOD  Wednesday

Religion: Complete Second Step #5 worksheet

7th Literature: Research Edgar Allan Poe, bring notes to class

October 16:

Language Arts: Latin 4A due Tuesday

Literature: Book trailer due Thursday

Math: Graphs and functions sheet

Algebra: #7-15 odd, 31-35 odd, 53

Social Studies: Quest due end of day Wednesday

October 12:

Language Arts: Essay for Maryknoll or VFW is due on Monday. Please email it to me, or print it (even better!).

7th Literature: Totem pole project and paragraph due Monday

October 11:

Language Arts: Latin 3D, test Thursday

Math: Wksht. odds or evens (both for extra credit)

Science: Drag worksheet

Spanish: Finish cuento de comida

7th Literature: Finish totem pole and paragraph by Monday

October 10:

Language Arts: Latin 3C due Wednesday

US History: Finish 2.7, worksheet

Religion: Finish Ch. 1, complete review by Wednesday

Math: Chapter test p. 43 odds, or IXL

Algebra: 2.5 #4-40 (multiples of 4) and #49

Spanish: Finish cuento de comida

7th Literature: Work on totem pole; totem and paragraph due Monday 

October 9:

Language Arts: Latin 3C due Wednesday

US History: Finish 2.7, worksheet

Religion: Finish Ch. 1, complete review by Wednesday

Math: Chapter test p. 43 evens

Algebra: 2.4 #3-24 (multiples of 3), #33, 37

7th Literature: Sketch out totem pole design 

October 5:

Language Arts: Latin 3A due Friday

Literature: Read ch. 20-21, answer questions

US History: Read your assigned section of 2.6, take notes, be prepared to share with the class

Religion: Same as yesterday

Math: Rational Numbers

Algebra: Finish worksheet

7th Literature: Same as yesterday

October 4:

Math: Solving two-step equations (with groups)

Algebra: #3-27 (multiples of 3), #48

US History: Read 2.5, complete worksheet

Religion: Finish reading ch. 1, religion review ch. 1 (due next Wednesday)

7th Literature: Finish “Deep Thought” p. 24 (due Monday)

October 3:

Math: Solving 2-step equations worksheet

Algebra: Combining like terms or finish packet

US History: Read 2.4, online questions or take notes in journals, fill out p. 29 of packet that pertains to lesson 4.

7th Literature: Read ch. 24-25, answer questions

October 2:

Language Arts: Latin test tomorrow

US History: Read lesson 2.4, answer online questions or take notes; complete p. 29 that pertains to 2.4

Spanish: Estudia para el examencito de verbos

Math: Pg. 28 #1-18

Algebra: Pg. 21

7th Literature: Letter to Peter due Tuesday

September 28:

Literature: book reports due Friday

US History: Read 2.3 and either take notes or answer online questions; complete p. 28 of Quest packet

7th Literature: Read/questions ch. 19-21 due Monday 

September 27:

Language Arts: Study for Latin 2 test

Literature: book reports due Friday

Social Studies: Read second 1/2 of 2.1, take notes, write any questions on Quest sheet (there probably won’t be any from it, but you never know!)

Spanish: Verbos comunes

7th Literature: Read/answer questions ch. 19-21, due Monday

September 26:

Language Arts: Latin 2 test Thursday during literature time

Literature: Book reports due Friday

US History: Read 1/2 of 2.1, write questions, if you can think of them

Spanish: Batalla de verbos – conjugate the verbs

7th Literature: Finish p. 18 “Character Feelings”

September 25:

Language Arts: Latin 2D due Tuesday

Literature: Work on book reports, due Friday

US History: Read 1/2 of 2.1; add questions to Quest sheet, if they fit.

7th Literature: Ch. 16-18, answer questions

September 21:

Language Arts: Latin 2C due Friday; Latin 2D due Tuesday

Literature: Read only ch. 15-17; two book reports due Friday, September 29th; reading log due Monday (250 pages)

Spanish: Quiz on Friday

7th Literature: Read/answer questions ch. 13-15, finish p. 15 “How well do you know Cole?”  All due Monday. Reading log due Monday (200 pages)

September 20:

Literature: Work on book reports (two due by September 29)

Math: Order of operations practice

Algebra: 1.8 #1-15 odd, #19

US History: Finish two paragraphs answering the essential question: How does geography affect culture? (one paragraph tied to Topic 1, the second paragraph tied to a modern-day culture)

Spanish: Quiz Friday 

7th Literature: Read/answer questions ch. 13-15, finish p. 15 “How well do you know Cole?”  All due Monday.

September 19:

Language Arts: P. 95 #9-20; Latin 2A (will correct during lit. Thursday)

Literature: Work on book reports (two due by September 29)

Math: Finish rational #’s

Algebra: 1.7 #20-25 

Social Studies: See yesterday’s homework (really just a sneak peek)

Spanish: Ir + a (“going to”)

7th Literature: Ch. 11-12/questions

September 18:

Language Arts: P. 95 #9-20; Latin 2A (will correct during lit. Thursday)

Literature: P. 14 fill out as far as you can; work on book reports

Algebra: #3-19 odds

Social Studies: Sneak peek at writing topic: How does geography affect culture? (tie to Native America cultural groups of the past and then give present day examples from other cultures)

Spanish: Study Quizlet

7th Literature: Ch. 9-10 read and answer questions, we will go over p. 11 Circle Justice ideas

September 15:

Literature: Read Ch. 12-14/answer questions (due at end of lit time on Monday); work on book reports (two due by last school day of September); reading log due Monday

US History: Finish 1.4 quiz, if you didn’t finish it in class 

7th Literature: Read Ch. 6-8, answer questions; p. 11 Circle Justice

September 14:

Language Arts: Latin 1 test Friday

Literature: Read Ch. 10-12, answer questions; book report due soon (middle of month – two by last school day of month)

Math: P. 24 odds

Algebra: P. 38 #1-20

US History: Read/answer questions  1/2 of 1.4

7th Literature: Read ch. 6-8, answer questions

September 13:

Language Arts: Latin 1D due tomorrow

Literature: Read ch. 7-9, answer questions

8th Math: Rational numbers worksheet

Algebra: #11, 12, 14, 16

US History: Complete quiz 1.2, read and answer questions 1.3

7th Literature: Read ch. 6-8, answer questions, p. 11 Circle Justice (all due Monday)

September 12:

Language Arts: Latin 1D due Thursday

Literature: Read C.D. Ch. 7-9, answer questions

Math: Rational numbers worksheet

Algebra: Pemdas worksheet (evens only)

US History: same as yesterday

7th Literature: Read Ch. 4-5, answer questions

September 11:

Language Arts: Latin 1C, editorial p. 89 due Tuesday

Literature: Read Ch. 4-6, answer questions

Math: worksheet

Algebra: #3-11 odds, #40

US History: Finish reading 1-2, answer questions

7th Literature: Read Ch. 1-3, answer questions

September 6:

Language Arts: Latin 1B meanings, Latin 1A due Monday

8 Math: Worksheet 1-1

US History: Read half of 1-1 (Topic 1, lesson 1)

7th Literature: Read Ch. 1-3 of Touching Spirit Bear

September 7:

Language Arts: Latin 1B meanings, Latin 1A due Friday

US History: Finish reading 1-1, answer questions

Religion: If you are a reader, practice your reading.

7th Literature: Read Ch. 1-3 of Touching Spirit Bear, be prepared to discuss Monday

September 8:

Language Arts: Latin 1C due Tuesday; editorial p. 87 due Tuesday

Literature: Reading log (250 pgs.) due Monday; read Charlotte Doyle ch. 1-3

Social Studies: Finish quiz 1-1 at home, if you didn’t finish it at school

7th Literature: Read Touching Spirit Bear ch. 1-3