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Posted below is the actual footage of my classroom set up. Desk were arranged six feet apart and the desk to your right (marked with the X ) will be assigned to each individual student on which they will place their schoolbags, jackets, coats, belongings, etc. 

 

Please feel free to email me at dchoute@scgstl.org

 

Our Classroom Saint

St. Bernadette

June 14th – June 18th 

Math Grade 6th  Topic: Understand percent.

Math Grade 7th Topic: Understand likelihood and probability.

Wednesday and Thursday: Students grades 6th and 7th  will be assigned independent tasks.

Week of June 7th – June 11th

Math 8th Grade: They Will be taking their state exam in Science ( Monday and Tuesday)

 Wednesday: Students will understand the Pythagorean theorem. 

Thursday: Students will use the Pythagorean theorem to find the length of the hypotenuse.

Friday: Students will use the Pythagorean theorem to find the length of a leg.

Math 7th Grade: Will be taking their Math final Monday and Tuesday.

Math 6th Grade: will be taking their  Math final Monday and Tuesday.

Religion 6th Grade: Will be taking their religion final on Wednesday and Tuesday.

Week of May 31st – June 4th

8th Grade ( Final Exam)

Wednesday: Cohort A will be taking their final exam in Both Math and ELA.

Thursday:  Cohort B will be taking their final exam in Both Math and ELA.

Friday: Students will be reviewing their final exams.

Math 7th Grade (Review)

  • Tuesday: Students will be reviewing ratios, unit rates, and proportional relationships.
  • Wednesday: Students will be reviewing percent equations and solving markup and markdown problems.
  • Thursday: Students will be writing and evaluating algebraic expressions.
  • Friday: Students will be solving two-step equations and inequalities.

                                                                                       Math 6th Grade (Review)

  • Tuesday: Students will be reviewing the absolute value of rational numbers and represent rational numbers on the coordinate plane.
  • Wednesday: Students will be reviewing the greatest common factor and the least common multiple.
  • Thursday: Students will be reviewing algebraic expressions and solving one-step equations.
  • Friday: Students will be reviewing unite rates and solve ratios problems.

 May 24th – May 28th

6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students will be taking the 3rd i-ready diagnostic in reading.

8th Grade math Final exam review: Chapter 2-9 (Y = Mx + b), Proportional Relationship (2-5), equation with one solution, no solution, and infinitely many solutions ( 2-4 and 2-6), Compare linear and nonlinear functions ( 3-3), Interval of increase and decrease ( 3-5), solving equations by graphing, elimination and substitution ( 5-3 , 4, and 5).

  Math 7th Grade: Solve inequalities using addition or subtraction.

  Math 6th Grade: Solve Unit Rate problems.

  ELA 8th Grade  Final exam review: The Holocaust

Reading:  A great adventure in the shadow of war.

Writing:  Explanatory Essay 

The excerpt from the graphic novel Maus may inspire you to learn more about the plight of European Jews under the Nazis. What happened to the Jewish population in Poland during and after war II?

 

May 17th – May 21st

6th Grade will lead us in prayer.

6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students will be taking the 3rd i-ready diagnostic in reading.

Math 8th Grade: will learn how to compose transformations.

Math 7th Grade: Solve inequalities using addition or subtraction.

 Math 6th Grade: Compare unit rates.

   ELA 8th Grade: From Maus.

 

week of May 10th – May 14th

ELA 8th Grade: Acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace prize by Elie Wiesel. Students will present one historical figure mentioned in the speech whom they would like to know more about. They will briefly describe that person. How does knowing more about this person help them better understand the points Wiesel makes?

Math 8th Grade: Analyze reflections and rotations.

 Math 7th Grade: Solve the equation using the distributive property and solve inequalities using addition or subtraction.

 Math 6th Grade: Represent and graph ratios and understand rates and unit rates.

 

“Welcome to the Month of MARY”

May 3rd – May 7th 

Math 8th Grade: Tuesday & Wednesday will take a quiz on “system of equations”.

Math 8th-grade Topic: Analyze translations and reflections.

ELA 8th grade topic: Acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace prize by Elie Wiesel.

Math 7th grade: New york state exam on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Math 6th  grade: New york state exam on Tuesday and Wednesday.

 

 

April 26th – April 30th

Grade 6th, 7th will begin with the I-ready assessments.

Grade 8th will continue with the I-ready assessments.

Grade 6th and 7th will continue working on NYC practice state exams.

Grade 8th math: Analyze translations and reflections.

Grade 8th ELA: The diary of Anne Frank, Act I by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett ( Quiz in Scene 4and 5)

Religion: Students will learn about the importance of forgiveness. Students will learn from Thomas’s disbelief in Jesus’ presence. 

April 19th – April 23rd 

8th-grade students will take the part 2 of the I-ready assessments (Tuesday for cohort B and Wednesday for cohort A).

8th grade ELA: The diary of Anne Frank, Act I by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett (Scene 3 and 4)

6th and 7th-grade students will be tested for NYS-ELA

6th and 7th-grade students will be working on NYC practice tests on Monday, Thursday, and Friday in math.

Religion 6th grade: Students will learn about Jesus’ appearances to the disciples following his Resurrection. They will focus on the message that Jesus was trying to give to the disciples during this time.

 

 

April 12th – April 16th

Students will continue working on I-ready.

Topics that will be covered

Math 8th grade: Solving systems by elimination

Math 7th grade: How to solve two-steps equation.

Math 6th Grade: How to generate equivalent ratios

ELA 8th grade: The diary of Anne Frank, Act I by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett.

Religion: Students will reflect on why Easter is such an important celebration in catholicism.

March 29th – March 31st 

Monday and Tuesday: No gym uniforms to be worn for pictures. Students must be in their full school uniforms.

Math 8th Grade: Students learn how to use substitution to solve a system of equations with one solution.

Math 7th grade: Students will learn how to write two-step equations to represent a situation.

Math 6th Grade: Students will learn how to use a double number line diagram to solve a ratio problem.

8th Grade ELA: The diary of Anne Frank, Act I by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett.

**** During the break students will be assigned I-ready work to complete on a daily basis****

Thank you.

March 22nd – March 26

Thursday, March 25th “Report card conferences“:  3 – 4 Pm and 5h30 – 7 PM.

Students will be assigned I-ready lessons.

ELA topic: The diary of Anne Frank, Act I by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett.

Math 8th Grade: How does the graph of a system of linear equations represent its solution?

Math 7th Grade:  How does an equation show the relationship between variables and other quantities in a situation?

Math 6th Grade: What is a mathematical way to compare quantities?

 

 

March 15th – 19th

Celebrating st. Patrick’s Day!!

For Math 6th, 7th, and 8th  students will be assigned I-ready lessons.

Wednesday and Thursday students are permitted to dress down in celebration of St. Patrick’s day.

For those participating, They must wear something green and a donation of $3 is requested.

 

 

March 8th – March 12th

 

6th grade will be leading in prayers for the week.

Monday and Tuesday: Grade 6th will take a quiz on numerical expressions.

Monday and Tuesday: Grade 7th  will take a quiz on algebraic expressions, markup, markdown, and simple interest.

Monday and Tuesday: Grade 8th will take a quiz on equations, functions, and relations.

Thursday: Virtual Open House Taping.

 

Welcome To the month of March

Important Dates to remember during this month:

3/2 Read Across America

3/19-3rd Trimester Begins

3/25–Report Card Conferences on Zoom (3:00-4:00 PM & 5:30-7:00 PM)

3/31–Full Day

Math 6th Grade

Topics: Simplify algebraic expressions and understand equations and solutions.

Math 7th Grade

Topics: write and evaluate algebraic expressions.

Math 8th Grade

Topics:  Intervals of increase and decrease and sketch functions from verbal descriptions.

ELA 8th Grade

Topic: The holocaust

Religion 6th Grade

Key ideas: We remember Jesus being in the wilderness and think about what keeps us away from GOD.

We think of Jesus’ role in serving others and how we can follow his guidance.

 

WELCOME TO CATHOLIC SCHOOL’S WEEK

Math 6th grade: Students will evaluate algebraic equations with decimals and fractions. Use properties of operations to write equivalent expressions. Use properties to identify and justify equivalent expressions.

Math 8th Grade: Students will learn how to graph and interpret a function and solve problems by interpreting functions from a graph. Students will learn how to interpret the graph of a nonlinear function and describe the relationship of quantities.

Religion 6th Grade: Students will identify the meaning of lent and how we prepare for the coming of Jesus and think of ways they will be more present to God during Lent.

ELA 8th Grade:  students will give a presentation on Madam C.J. walker vs Annie Malone. Each student will have a four-minute presentation.

02/25/2021  will be the last day for all students to submit their math projects (6th, 7th, and 8th Grade).

FEBRUARY DATES

2/3 &2/4–Honors Assembly for Students -1:00

2/7-2/12–Celebration of Catholic Schools Week

2/9–Progress Reports will be distributed through Option C

2/15-2/19–Midwinter Recess

2/17–Ash Wednesday

2/22–Classes Resume

 

 

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