8th Grade Homework
WEEK 11: 11 NOV-15 NOV 2019
MONDAY: Use your notes and the PowerPoint to study for your test
THURSDAY:Answer any 5 of the blank study stack entries
FRIDAY:Think about this:
Am I doing the best I can or am I just trying to get by?
And the bigger question is: Why am I doing what I’m doing?
WEEK 10 4 NOV- 8 NOV 2019
MONDAY: LOOK OVER THE POWER POINT: QUESTIONS?
TUESDAY: USE YOUR NOTES AND THE POWERPOINT TO STUDY FOR YOUR TEST
WEDNESDAY: EITHER ENJOY YOUR 4 DAYS OFF OR KEEP STUDYING.
THURSDAY-FRIDAY: NONE. BUT, HERE’S A QUESTION: HOW MANY SENATORS MUST VOTE FOR IMPEACHMENT AT THE TRIAL IN ORDER FOR THE PRESIDENT TO BE REMOVED FROM OFFICE?
WEEK 9: 28 OCT- 1 NOV 2019
TUESDAY: US THE POWER POINT OR YOUR NOTES TO COME UP WITH 5 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR YOUR GAME. dON’T GO PAST SLIDE #78.
THURSDAY: USE THE POWERPOINT OR YOUR NOTES AND COME UP WITH 5 MORE Q&A FOR YOUR GAME.
FRIDAY: THERE WILL BE A TEST HOPEFULLY BEFORE THE NJEA CONVENTION BREAK IF ALL GOES AS PLANNED. OTHERWISE, RIGHT AFTER WE RETURN.
Answer this question: Who are NJ’s Senators?
WEEK 6: OCT 7- OCT 11, 2019
MONDAY:Flipped Assignment #3. Watch video on Thomas Paine and answer the questions. (See “I forgot my homework” if needed).
THURSDAY: Use Power Point or notes: come up with 5 questions and answers for your game. Don’t go past slide # 28.
FRIDAY: None, but:
Answer this question: Who is the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations?
There will be a nifty quiz next Wednesday and a test probably the following Tuesday.
WEEK 5: SEP 30- OCT 4, 2019 THERE WAS NO HOMEWORK
WEEK 4: SEP 23- 27 2019
MONDAY: USE THE POWER POINT OR NOTES TO COME UP WITH 5 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR YOUR GAME.
WEDNESDAY: LOOK THROUGH ALL THE MATERIAL AND FIND OUT WHAT IS CONFUSING YOU. COME IN WITH YOUR QUESTIONS.
THURSDAY: STUDY FOR YOUR QUIZ
FRIDAY: ANSWER THIS QUESTION: WHAT IS A FLINK? (NOT FROM THE URBAN DICTIONARY).
WEEK 3: SEP 16- SEP 20, 2019
WEDNESDAY:Use either the power point or the handout and develop five additional questions and answers for your game on the acts. Include Boston Massacre if we get that far.
THURSDAY: Flipped Assignment #2 Found in Active Classroom.
“Key Decisions in U.S. History: 1773—American Colonists: What Should We Do about the British Tea Act?”
Read the passage and develop five questions pertaining to the acts to use in your game. Answer the comprehension questions (you may be able to re-write them for your game as well.)
WEEK 2: SEP 9-SEP 13, 2019
MONDAY:VIEW THE VIDEO IN “fLIPPED cLASSROOM” INTRODUCING THE CONCEPT. BRING IN YOUR ENTRANCE TICKET AND QUESTIONS. FLIPPED ASSIGNMENT #1
TUESDAY:Find out if you have any relatives, family members, friends, or neighbors that served in the military and would like to be interviewed.
FRIDAY:Answer this question: Who is the Speaker of the House of Representatives?
WEEK 1: SEP 2-6, 2019