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Test date CHANGED to Wednesday, May 30th.  Chapter 6 Test as well as Chapter 6 vocabulary quiz.  

Past Assignments

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Finish reading pp. 204-211 and answer Q's and finish glossary work with pictures for 6.1

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Finish notes on 5.3 and complete glossary work with pictures for 5.3

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Finish reading pp. 180-183, answer questions in text and complete glossary work for that section with pictures.

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Chapter 4 Test Friday.  Be sure to study vocabulary too!
 
Be prepared to write essays on the following questions:
 
1.)      Explain why decomposers are essential to life on Earth. 
 
2.)     Explain why it is mostly the climate in an area that determines its biome.

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Read pp. 126-141 and answer questions

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7th Grade science classes are in need of 2 Liter pop bottles.  If you happen to have any you can send in this week, we would be very grateful.

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Chapter 3 Cell Processes and Energy Test

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Complete pp. 107-109 except #5, 12

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Cell Cycle Quiz Friday.  You will need to be able to identify the different parts of the cell cycle.  I have created a Quizlet to help you study for this quiz.  We will go over it Tuesday and Wednesday in class.

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Cell Organelle Quiz Wednesday.  You will need to know the function of the organelles as well as be able to label them on a diagram.

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Chapter 9 Test will be Thursday, March 1st.  This is a big test, start studying now!

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Please read pages 322-329 and answer questions

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Ionic Bonds Quiz Wednesday

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Chapter 9 Lesson 1 Quiz Wednesday.  
 
You will need to be able to calculate valence electrons in a given element, tell if an atom is stable or reactive, determine amounts of protons, be able to write about why properties of elements located in the same group are similar, and have a good understanding of section vocabulary. 

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Finish answering all question for section 9.1

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Mid-Year Exam over chapters 8, 10, 11, and 12
 
Students my have ONE note card (medium sized) per chapter.  Note card my be handwritten only (NOT typed) front and back.  
 
NO binders may be used on the Mid-Year Exam, note cards only.  
 
Test will be multiple choice only (no extended response, fill in the blank, true/false, etc.)
 
A Quizlet will be made to help students study for the exam.  I will notify students when this is up and running.

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Chapter 8, lessons 1 and 2, Glossary work with pictures due Friday.

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Science Fair projects will are due.  Presentations will begin on Monday, January 8th and go all week long.  Students will sign up for presentation times.

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No homework this week so students can use time to complete science fair project and research paper.

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Science Fair data book PROGRESS check.  
 
Students should have their science fair project testing/building completed by December 18th.  
 
Project boards will be coming home Friday, December 8th with instructions on how to put them together.  The boards are not due until after Christmas break.

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Chapter 12 Test, start studying now there is a lot of information on this test.

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Finish reading and answering questions on pages 480-487
 
Write 5 potential test questions for Chapter 12 Lesson 3

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Write out 5 questions for Chapter 12 Lesson 2 that would make good test questions.  Be sure to include the answers with your questions.

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Please write 5 potential test questions over chapter 12 section 1 for homework

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Science Fair:
 
We will be spending this week and the two days next week working in class on science fair project procedures, materials list, typing Hypotheses, and research.  
 
Procedures and Materials lists will need to be typed and turned in Tuesday, November 21st.

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Science Fair Hypothesis (if completing a traditional scienctific method project) OR Define the Problem (Engineer Design Projects) worksheets due Friday.
 
Students will also be taking a quiz over lessons 1 & 2 on Friday

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Science Chapter 11 Test is Tuesday. 
 
Ways to Study for this Test:
*Reread the chapter and add to your notes.
*Highlight the Key Concepts for each Lesson
*Make Notecards (not JUST of vocabulary but of the Key Concepts, diagrams, etc.)
*Several study sessions, don't wait until Monday Night
*Quizlet.com for vocabulary
*Complete the Review and Assessment in the back of the textbook.  pp. 446-448 (THIS IS DUE MONDAY)
*Make your own tests on Quizizz.com

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Read and answer questions on pp. 438-445 and complete Glossary Work for 11.6

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Science Fair - Begin gathering research materials for science fair projects.
 
While students cannot research the question they are testing they will need to complete research on various topics related to their project.  They received a brainstorming sheet today in class to help them with this process and the types of questions they will need to research.

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Finish workbook pp. 434-437.  Answer all questions and fill in blanks except for the Got It? sections. 
 
Complete glossary work, words found on page 435

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Chapter 11 Lessons 2,3,and 4 Quiz Tuesday

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Read pp. 428-433 (lesson 4) and answer ALL questions/fill in blanks

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Read pp. 422-427, Lesson 11.3, and answer questions/fill in blanks

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Finish Glossary work for Lesson 11.2 with pictures

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Science Fair Topic Form Due Friday, September 29th

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Don't forget to pack a lunch on Friday.  You won't be able to buy one because Milford is out of school that day,

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No Homework - working on frog dissections this week

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Chapter 10 Test is Scheduled for Wednesday.  You may use your notes on this test so take some time over the next two evenings to add to and clean up your current notes.

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Complete all of the glossary work for chapter 10 and complete you journal for Chapter 10 as well.  Remember journals need to be one page handwritten.

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Read Chapter 10 Lesson 3 and complete Glossary work for Lesson 3

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 Lesson 2 Glossary work is due Wednesday, 9/6

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 Science Lab is in need of a few 1-L plastic bottles.  If you happen to have these please send them in.  Thanks!

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 Read Lesson 10.2 and add to notes we took in class today.  
 
Lesson 2 Glossary Work is due Wednesday.  Don't forget to include pictures with your definitions.

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 No Homework

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 Chapter 10 Lesson 1 Glossary Work Due Thursday, August 31st.

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 Read textbook pages 366-371