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Integer Test Review Answer Key
Integers Test Review pdf
Integers Test Review pdf
Integers Test Review Answer Key
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All students have shown me an outline (or at least a partial outline) for their major essays. This was due May 6th.
Now students should be writing the first draft of their essay, using the same checklist as the outline, as well as the self-assessment page. (See attached documents below.)
Students will have class time on Tuesday, May 24th and Wednesday, May 25th to work on this, but they should definitely not be STARTING their essays on those days!
HIS Essay Outline Template
White Paper Essay Outline Exemplar (Ms. Thiessen’s example)
HIS Essay Steps 1-4
Final Essay Rubric 2016 (Steps 5-6)
HIS White Paper exemplar essay (Ms. Thiessen’s essay with formatting, hook, background info, thesis, arguments, and concluding insight – EVIDENCE and CITATIONS are UNFINISHED)
HIS Essay Self-Assessment
See “Major Essay” page for more details
We have finished new material for Unit 3 on Economics. The test is on Friday, following Tuesday and Thursday review classes.
Please consult the attached review page and Powerpoint to help you study.
HIS Course Economics
HIS30S Unit 3 Review
G-5 Review Sheet:
List 5 rooms in German and one item in German in each room:
Michael wischt mit dem Scheuerlappen den Kühlschrank ab.
Ich füttere den Müll.
Mein Dachboden ist unter meinem Wohnzimmer.
Michael mäht den Baum.
Das Haus ist schmutzig, und Sabine muss es putzen.
Welche Möbel habt ihr im Wohnzimmer?
Welche Möbel hast du im Schlafzimmer?
Ist euer Haus sauber?
Ist dein Schlafzimmer sauber?
Musst du Geschirr spülen?
The “erste Stock” in Germany is the 2nd story here.
German closets are actually big pieces of furniture.
Most German homes have a TV set in each room.
Germans tend to keep most doors closed for privacy.
Germans have smaller refrigerators than Americans.
Germans have faster washing machines than Americans.
Das richtige Wort.
Ich (wohne / wohnst/ wohnt) in einem großen Haus.
Sabine und Michael (füttere / füttert / füttern) die Katze
Ich (habe zu / muss) gehen.
Ich muss das Haus (putze / putzt / putzen).
Michael hat einen Hund und eine Katze. Der Hund heißt Goethe, und die […]
G-5 Oral project
This presentation will be worth 10% of the G-5 Test. Students will make a presentation about the house with the
-Mention at least 6 different rooms of the house with at least one different piece of furniture in each room. For this
project, the garage and the yard will count as “rooms” and a window or a door could count as a “piece of furniture.”
-Have at least 2 leisure (play) activities.
-Have at least 2 chores.
Students may do a skit in front of the class, or make a video at their own house, or use a dollhouse, or use their
Students may do their presentations alone or in groups of two or three. If students present in groups of two or three,
each person in the group must do different chores and leisure activities in each room and mention different pieces of
furniture (or items in the room).
May 16 (Monday) – Design and Measurement
May 20 (Friday) – Design and Measurement
May 25 (Wednesday) – D&M QUIZ and Financial
May 27 (Friday) – FINANCIAL QUIZ and Logic
May 31 (Tuesday) – LOGIC QUIZ and Probability
June 2 (Thursday) – Probability
June 6 (Monday – PROBABILITY QUIZ and Functions
June 8 (Wednesday) – Practice Exam
June 10 – (Friday) – Cheat Sheet creation
June 16 EXAM