Monday, September 26, 2016

Quarter 1, Week 4, 9/26 to 9/30

(This may change from day to day depending on how much we actually get done in class so check back often to make sure a deadline or assignment or homework wasn't changed at the last minute.) 

 Last updated on Wednesday, Sept 28, 2016, 7:14am

1st per - 7:45am to 9:02am
Homeroom -  9:06am to 9:16am
2nd per - 9:16am to 10:33am 
Lunch - 10:33am to 11:03am 
3rd per - 11:07am to 12:24pm 
4th per - 12:28pm to 1:22pm 
6th grade Science

Spirit Week Themes:
Monday - Sweat Pants Day
Tuesday - Celebrity Day
Wednesday - Crazy Hat Day
Thursday - Flannel Day
Friday - Sports Day

Monday - Today students will participate in a Pear Deck presentation that I have for them to introduce interactive presentations.

HW - Have your parents sign up for the Science Bloomz accounts if they have not done so already.

Tuesday - Today I will introduce the Star Trek story/theme that will interweave through our Science class this year. The focus is on what Science can do for our future!

Wednesday through Friday - Students will be working on their 3D GameLab quests. The goal is to finish all the preliminary quests and begin working on the MSH quests. I have student's Cispus Trip Books so they can finish their MSH page.

I will also have students participate in a Mt Saint Helens Pear Deck interactive presentation to begin their learning of that volcano at some point.
6th grade Exploratory
Technology Lit

Monday - Group A - Today's task is to continue working on the 3D GameLab WoWinSchools quests. There are literary quests along with digital citizenship quests for students to learn. These all need to be done before students can start the game.

HW - None if you are all caught up. If you fall behind you can do the 3D GameLab quests at home (you just can't play the game at home).

Tuesday - Group B - Same as Monday.

Wednesday - Group C - Same as Monday

Friday (double period) - Group A - Today this group gets two periods to continue the work they started on Monday.
Email me with any questions.

No comments:

Post a Comment