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Life Map Rubric
Your Life Map, whether drawn or digitally created is due: Tuesday, May 3rd.
Please include the following:
Highlights (trips, life events etc)
2 – 3- Goals for the future
Students are digging deep, finding something to share in their own version of a TED-style talk. Presentations will begin May 11th.
Albgera Test: Three Sections
8 “Solve for x” questions
3 Word Problems (Elk/Deer, Van/Car, Amount Worth)
5 Graphing Questions (3 Table of Values, 2 Graphs – Provide equation for both)
G-6 Test Prep:
List 5 colors in German without looking at the chart.
List 2 pieces of jewelry in German
List 2 underclothing in German
List 2 “over” clothing in German
Ich darf zum Bekleidungsgeschäft gehen.
Ich muss zum Bekleidungsgeschäft gehen.
Ich will zum Bekleidungsgeschäft gehen.
Ich kann zum Bekleidungsgeschäft gehen.
Ich sollte zum Bekleidungsgeschäft gehen.
What is a lange Jacke in German?
What is another word for Geschäft in German?
What is another word for Moment in German?
What is the opposite of hell in German?
What does B.H. stand for in German?
What is another word for modisch in German?
What is another phrase for das passt mir gut in German?
Answer in German with complete sentences:
Welche Schuhgröße trägst du?
Sind deine Socken billig?
Wann musst du in the Schule gehen?
Wo kann man gutes Schmuck kaufen?
Was darf man nicht in die Schule tragen?
Solltest du eifersüchtig auf dem Deutschlehrer werden?
Read the following story and answer the questions:
Helmut geht einkaufen. Helmut geht aber […]
G-6 Oral project
This presentation will be worth 10% of the G-6 Test. Students will present an oral project on shopping.
The presentation must include the following items:
1) one or more women’s clothing items
2) one or more men’s clothing items
3) one or more colors
4) one or more articles of jewelry
5) a discussion of price (at least two sentences)
6) a discussion of appearance (cool, schick, altmodisch, usw.) (at least two sentences)
7) a discussion of size (at least two sentences)
Students may work alone or in groups. If working in groups, each student must include all of the seven
items without parroting. You may bring in props, if you wish. You may draw out your steps on the back of
this paper (or any paper), but may not write out any words. Students who practice their presentation at
home will fare much better than those who try to “wing it” in class! Students may make a video […]
Draw a triangle which is both Isosceles and Obtuse.
Draw a triangle which is both Scalene and Obtuse
Draw a triangle which is both Isosceles and Acute
Draw a triangle which is both Scalene and Acute
Can you draw a triangle which is both equilateral and obtuse? Why or why not?
Kinetics Review Answer Key
BIOLOGY 30S TERM ASSIGNMENT
Unit 2 – Review
Visit “Major Essay” page for more details
What is the total if you add up all the angles in a triangle?
What are the three types of triangles we discussed in class?
Hint: scroll to the bottom of the page for the letters they start with
What type of triangle has sides measuring 6cm x 10 cm x 6 cm?
What type of triangle has sides measuring 4cm x 10 cm x 6 cm?
What type of triangle has sides measuring 6cm x 6 cm x 6 cm?
ELA: What are three things you have in common with the main character, Olemaun, in Fatty Legs?
Math Hint: three types of triangles
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Foreshortening power point introducing the concept and defining the assignment
Rubric for the assignment foreshortening rubric
Step One: Get an overview of the art styles from roughly 1350- 1900, each student should choose one era, research it and find examples, create a checklist to define it.
Step Two: Review all of the styles, there will be an in class test on this.
art syltes checklist
step three: Create a piece that mimics one of the art styles we studied. It can be a copy of an existing piece, but you are encouraged to stretch the concepts and try to either modify, or create a new piece in that style.
Art Mimic Assignment
Acid Base Review Key
All students should have found sources for their major essay. Step 2 was to create an annotated bibliography. This was due March 18th. Step 3 was to take detailed research notes. This was due April 26th.
Now students should be creating an essay outline based on the provided checklist and template. (See attached documents below.) Feel free to consult Ms. Thiessen’s example outline on the topic of the White Paper.
Students should be ready to submit a completed outline on Friday, May 6th.
HIS Essay Outline Template
White Paper Essay Outline Exemplar
HIS Essay Steps 1-4
Final Essay Rubric 2016 (Steps 5-6)
9C – Due June 2nd
9A & B – Due June 3rd
Grade 9 Activity Log Assignment
Activity Log – Save this file on your computer. Follow the assignment instructions on the link above.
On Friday, students will be making smoothies as part of their food preparation training. Basic ingredients will be provided. but they are encouraged to bring alternative items from the list below:
Here is the link to the Google form to complete and submit.
Google Form chapter 4