What’s up this Week (February 24-28)

Hi everyone!

This coming week is parent-teacher interviews. Parents can book interviews via the online form which will went “live” today at noon (click HERE to access the form). Interviews are booked on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you are unable to attend the interviews but would still like to meet, please email me to set up an alternate time or phone interview.

Here is a rundown of the upcoming events:

  • February 24 = All Research completed for “An Important Canadian” (English)
  • February 25 = SWYK: Adding and Subtracting Fractions (math)
  • February 26 = QUIZ: States of Matter and the Particle Theory (science)
  • February 27 = Early Dismissal (1:20)
  • February 27  = Parent-Teacher Interviews (2 pm – 7 pm)
  • February 28 = “An Important Canadian” Research Paper DUE (English)
  • February 28 = Classifying Substances Lab DUE (science)
  • March 5 = Mystery Mixtures Lab DUE (science)
  • March 6 = Geoboard Shapes Assignment DUE (math)
  • March 9 = TEST: Classifying Matter and the Particle Theory (science)
  • March 11 = SWYK: Area of 2D Shapes (math)

Academics

Math
We are currently working on adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with different denominators. Students have been assigned some pencil-and-paper practice for the weekend and are also encouraged to complete the newest MathSpace task. Next week, we will be reviewing these concepts on Monday in preparation for our fractions test on Tuesday. For the remainder of the week, we will be jumping into our measurement unit by reviewing area of perimeter of basic shapes including rectangles, parallelograms and triangles.

Science

This week our focus will be classifying substances as pure substances or mixtures. We will also be classifying mixtures as solutions or mechanical mixtures. As part of this concept, we will be completing a lab on Wednesday. Furthermore, students will be writing a short quiz on the concepts already covered – States of Matter and Particle Theory – on Wednesday. Students are encouraged to try to online practice questions by clicking HERE and entering the code = 403455.

English

Students need to complete all of their research on their famous Canadian over the weekend. They should be ready to start writing up their first draft of their research paper on Monday. Parents are encouraged to have their child show what research they have gathered so far. The final draft will be due on Friday and Mr. O’Neill will be taking the students through some mini-lessons throughout the week to help them with their work.

Religion

Lent starts this week! Mr. O’Neill will be leading the class through some lenten reflections and discussing the meaning of important days such as Ash Wednesday.

For school-wide announcements, check out the Trinity weekly newsletter HERE.

What’s up this Week (February 17-21)

With Family Day and the tentatively scheduled province-wide strike, this coming week will only be 3 days. Mr. O’Neill is back from Nipissing University and will be teaching English and Religion until the beginning of March.

Also, term one report cards will be distributed on Tuesday. There will be no comments on the report cards as part of the administrative job action. Parents will be able to book time slots for interviews to discuss the report cards using an online booking form.

Here is a look at some upcoming events:

  • February 17  = Family Day (no classes)
  • February 18  = Term One Report Card Distributed
  • February 24 = QUIZ: States of Matter and the Particle Theory (science)
  • February 24 = All Research completed for “An Important Canadian” (English)
  • February 25 = SWYK: Adding and Subtracting Fractions (math)
  • February 27  = Parent-Teacher Interviews (2 pm – 7 pm)
  • February 28 = “An Important Canadian” Research Paper DUE (English)
  • March 2 = Classifying Substances Lab DUE (science)
  • March 5 = Mystery Mixtures Lab DUE (science)
  • March 9 = TEST: Classifying Matter and the Particle Theory (science)

Academics

Math
Last week students wrote a SWYK on Fraction Foundations. Please note that students should be bringing their red assessment duotang home for parents to see. This duotang includes all of the math assessments from Term 1 as well as the latest test on Fractions.

Several students are not completing their MathSpace practice or using the resources on the Workspace to reinforce their learning at home. Six students failed the test – as this test was essentially a review of concepts from elementary school, it is extremely important that these students use the resources and/or come for extra help during lunch.

This coming week, we will be adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators.

Students can use the resources below (as well as the ones posted in Workspace) to reinforce their learning at home:

English

We are currently in a unit focused on research and informative writing. Our teacher-librarian, Mrs. DeFelice, will be coming to our class on Tuesday to teach us about research techniques. Then, on Wednesday, students will be spending a period in the learning commons gather information on their topic. On Thursday, Mr. O’Neill will take us through a mini-lesson on plagiarism and we will try and finish up our research. Students should have all of their research completed by Monday, February 24 as we will be starting to draft our research papers at that time.

Science

As part of our Pure Substances and Mixtures unit, we are learning about the characteristics of matter and the particle theory. Last week, students started a short cartoon/poster on the Particle Theory. Although many students handed in their work last week, some students needed some extra time and their assignments will be due this coming Tuesday. This week, we will be making more connections to the particle theory by creating a “Bill Nye” style video. Here are some resources that students can use at home to reinforce their learning:

Religion/Family Life

We will be finishing off Theme 2 (Relationships) this week through class discussions and reflections. The focus this week will be on our relationships with friends.

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What’s up this Week (February 3-7)

Welcome to Term 2! I can’t believe we are already halfway done the school year. With the start of a new term, I am hoping students can reset and think of Monday like the beginning of a new school year.

Last Friday, students applied for new jobs in our classroom. The job assignments will last until the end of April. I have reviewed the applications and have assigned the jobs. Click HERE to see the job assignments.

Here is a quick rundown of upcoming events:

  • February 4  = OECTA Strike Day (school closed)
  • February 6  = Teams and Clubs Yearbook Pictures
  • February 7  = 100WC #6 DUE (English)
  • February 13 = SWYK: Representing and Comparing Fractions
  • February 13-14 (7 pm)  = 7/8 Musical (“You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”)
  • February 17  = Family Day (no classes)
  • February 18  = Term One Report Card Distributed
  • February 27  = Parent-Teacher Interviews (2 pm – 7 pm)

Academics

Math
We will be starting our unit on fractions this coming week. Although the focus in grade 7 is on adding and subtracting fractions, we will be taking the first week to review general fraction concepts including: representing fractions, mixed numbers and improper fractions, equivalent fractions, comparing and ordering fractions, and converting between fractions, decimals, and percents.

Below is a collection of online resources that students can use to reinforce the learning in class:

English

Over the next month, we will be focused on non-fiction reading and writing, specifically informational texts. On Monday, we will jump back into our 100WC with a challenge related to Black Canadians who have overcome adversity and pushed society towards greater equality. We will be discussing topic sentences and the “perfect paragraph”.

Religion

As we were trying to finish up several projects last week, we did not get to our discussions related to relationships. This week, we will be jumping into these conversations. In Grade 7, students explore three aspects of relationships: intimacy, choice, and quality. They discuss the importance of communication in their relationships with family members and friends.

Science

On Monday, student groups will be completing our first monthly STEM challenge. Later in the week, we will be starting our third unit: Pure Substances and Mixtures. For more information on this unit, visit the unit page HERE.

For school-wide announcements, check out the Trinity weekly newsletter HERE.

What’s up this Week (January 27-31)

Good morning! Sorry for the delay in posting this week – my family commitments (mainly hockey) took over my life!

A reminder that this is only a four-day week as Friday is a PD Day.

Here is a list of the upcoming events and deadlines:

  • January 28 = SWYK: Triangles and Quadrilaterals (Math)
  • January 29 = Cardboard Chair Blueprints DUE (Science)
  • January 30 = Escher Art DUE (by end of math class)
  • January 30 = Cardboard Chair Prototype DUE (Science)
  • January 30 = Final Draft of Short Story DUE (English)
  • January 31 = PD Day (no classes)

Academics

Math
The SWYK that was originally scheduled for Monday was moved to Tuesday to give students some additional time to clarify concepts. For the remainder of the week, students will be working on an Escher Art project. For the most part, this project will be completed in class although if students fall behind, I will be asking them to complete it during lunch. The deadline for this project is Thursday and it is the final assessment piece for term one.

Students should consult the student workspace for helpful resources, answer key videos and tutorials to reinforce their learning at home.

We will be starting Term 2 (Fractions!) on February 3.

English

The short stories are really taking shape. The first draft of the stories were due last Friday and on Monday students had a chance to self-assess their work based on checklists for the six traits of writing (ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency and conventions). Students will be participating in TAG revision groups during class on Monday and Tuesday so that they can get feedback from their peers on their stories.

On Tuesday, students will also be writing their final reading assessment (originally scheduled for last Friday).

The final (“good”) copy of their story is due on Thursday. Students can find a copy of the assessment rubric HERE. They are encouraged to use this rubric when reading their own story and use it as a guide to help them improve.

Science

On Tuesday, students will be researching and planning their designs for the Cardboard Chair project (find a link to the project outline HERE). On Wednesday, we will be rapid prototyping and developed scaled models of our chair designs using cardstock. These prototypes are due at the end of the day on Thursday.

Religion

As we are trying to finish up projects in math, english and science, we will not be doing religion this week. We will start up again next week.

For school-wide announcements, check out the Trinity weekly newsletter HERE.

 

What’s up this Week (January 20-24)

Is everyone ready for some snow?! It is going to be a great weekend to get outside and play – or curl up with a good book!

Sadly, there will be no classes on Tuesday due to job action by OECTA. Although we are all hopeful that an agreement will be made to prevent this, at the rate things are moving parents should plan on alternate arrangements for their child.

With only a couple of weeks left of term one, we will be working towards finishing up our current units. I am hoping to have all of the math marks updated online by the end of the weekend. Marks for Number Sense (NS/N), Patterning and Algebra (P/A), and Data Management (DM/P) will be the marks students will be receiving on their report card. Geometry is still in progress. There is a science test this coming week and we will be finishing up our first draft of our short stories. Lots happening in the class!

Here is a rundown of the upcoming important dates:

  • January 21 = Teachers’ Strike (OECTA) – school is closed
  • January 22 = Seven Unique Triangles Task DUE (math)
  • January 22 = Form and Function Unit Test (science)
  • January 24 = Short Story Draft DUE (English)
  • January 27 = SWYK: Triangles and Quadrilaterals (math)
  • January 29 = Cardboard Chair Blueprints DUE (science)
  • January 30 = Escher Art DUE (by end of math class)
  • January 30 = Cardboard Chair Prototype DUE (science)
  • January 31 = PD Day (no classes)

Academics

Math
On Monday, students will be completing an in-class assignment on constructing triangles. For this task, they will have to know how to classify a triangle by both angles and side lengths, how to use geometric markers, and how to use a protractor to measure angles. Students looking to reinforce their learning in preparation for this activity can check out the following links:

On Wednesday through Friday, our focus shifts to quadrilaterals. This will involve sorting and classifying quadrilaterals, as well as constructing them using a protractor and compass. We will also be plotting quadrilaterals on the Cartesian plan. Students will be writing a SWYK on quadrilaterals on Monday, January 27. They can access supporting resources in the workspace or through the links listed below:

English
We spent quite a large amount of time this week, discussing characters. The character drives the plot of the story and therefore our planning started with our main characters. Most students have now created a plan for their story and have developed rich, multi-layered protagonists. On Monday, we will be starting to draft our stories. As we proceed through the week, students will be attending different mini-lessons on topics such as creating dialogue, writing a good lead, deciding on point of view, exploding the moment, and creating circular conclusions. The hope is that following each mini-lesson, students will add to the richness of their own stories.

The first draft of the stories are due at the end of the day on Friday.

Science

On Monday, we will be reviewing all of the topics for the upcoming test (on Wednesday). Students should refer to this post for more details on the test. Following that, we will be starting to plan our cardboard furniture designs with a special emphasis on ergonomics and universal design.

Religion

We will be continuing our discussions related to theme 2 “Living in Relationship”. In Grade 7, students explore three aspects of relationships: intimacy, choice, and quality. They discuss the importance of communication in their relationships with family members and friends.

For school-wide announcements, check out the Trinity weekly newsletter HERE.

What’s up this Week (Jan 13-17)

This coming week, JungleSport climbing starts in phys ed, we finish up our Agamograph descriptive paragraphs in English, and continue on with constructions in math. This weekend, most students will have some homework to complete, namely completing their two pictures and their two paragraphs for their Agamograph assignment (see English for more details).

As we come closer to the end of the first term, students can expect to be completing summative tasks in most of their courses. It is important for students to communicate with their teachers if they feel as though they will not be able to complete certain tasks on time.

Here is a rundown of the upcoming important dates:

  • January 13-17 = Jungle Sport in Phys Ed class
  • January 14 = Agamograph Descriptive Writing Task DUE (English)
  • January 15 = London Bridge Activity DUE (science)
  • January 15 = SWYK: Geometric Constructions (math)
  • January 17 = Graffiti Characterisation Task DUE (English)
  • January 21 = Seven Unique Triangles Task DUE (math)
  • January 22 = Form and Function Unit Test (science)
  • January 23 = SWYK: Triangles and Quadrilaterals (math)
  • January 24 = Short Story Draft DUE (English)
  • January 27 = Short Story Test (English)
  • January 29 = Cardboard Chair Blueprints DUE (science)
  • January 29 = Escher Art DUE (math)
  • January 30 = Cardboard Chair Prototype DUE (science)
  • January 31 = PD Day (no classes)

Academics

Math
On Friday, we learned how to construct perpendicular and angle bisectors with and without a compass. Next week, we will be learning how to construct perpendicular lines through a point on and off the line as well as parallel lines. On Tuesday, we will be reviewing the Geometry content up to this point and students will be writing a SWYK on Wednesday on these topics.

Students can access tutorials on all constructions using a compass on the following padlet:

Made with Padlet

On Thursday and Friday, we will be focusing on classifying, plotting and constructing triangles.

Students looking for reinforcement on these topics are encouraged to check out the student workspace HERE.

English

As we continue our unit on short stories, we continue to explore each of the five essential elements: character, plot, setting, theme and conflict.

Last week, student began a project on setting. They were to draw to identical geographic locations but make one light, positive and friendly and the other dark, scary and miserable. We will be making agamographs of these drawings.

Then, students were to write a descriptive paragraph describing each of the scenes. They are NOT to write a story with characters and plot, only describe the scenes. I am encouraging them to use at least one simile/metaphor, one personification, one hyperbole, and one “exploded moment” of vivid imagery in their writing.

The completed (coloured) drawings and the two paragraphs are due on Monday as we will be peer editing our writing and assembling our agamographs during Monday’s class.

For the remainder of the week, we will be exploring the development of a central character.

Science

This is our final week of new content before we conclude our unit on Form and Function. We will be learning about different types of bridges and students will be constructing a variety of different paper bridges to test various designs. We will also be investigating structural failure and determine ways to improve certain designs.

Students can check out the following text pages for more details:

A reminder to students that on Monday they will be coming to room N205 for math during period 1 and will go to the gym during period 3 for their climbing session.

Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend.

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What’s up this Week (January 6-10)

Happy New Year! I am hoping that everyone had a relaxing and rejuvenating break and are looking forward to getting back to school. I know I am!

Since we worked so hard to finish up our units in the final weeks of December, we will be starting new topics on Monday in all subjects except science.

Here is a rundown of some upcoming events and deadlines that are coming up:

  • January 9 = Check In: Lines and Angles (math)
  • January 13-17 = Jungle Sport in Phys Ed class
  • January 14 = Descriptive Writing Task DUE (English)
  • January 15 = London Bridge Activity DUE (science)
  • January 15 = SWYK: Geometric Constructions (math)
  • January 17 = Graffiti Characterisation Task DUE (English)
  • January 21 = Seven Unique Triangles Task DUE (math)
  • January 22 = Form and Function Unit Test (science)
  • January 23 = SWYK: Triangles and Quadrilaterals (math)
  • January 24 = Short Story Draft DUE (English)
  • January 27 = Short Story Test (English)
  • January 29 = Cardboard Chair Blueprints DUE (science)
  • January 29 = Escher Art DUE (math)
  • January 30 = Cardboard Chair Prototype DUE (science)
  • January 31 = PD Day (no classes)

Academics

Math
For the month of January, we will be completing our final strand for term one: Geometry and Spatial Sense. This unit will focus on lines and angles, geometric constructions (using a compass), classifying and constructing triangles and quadrilaterals, coordinates, and tiling and tessellations. A workspace filled with helpful online practice and additional resources has been created to help students reinforce and clarify concepts. Students can access the workspace HERE. For the upcoming week, we will be focusing on geometry terminology as well as reviewing lines and angles.

English

This month, our focus is on short stories. We will be digging into the components of short stories, including plot curves, looking at descriptive language, and ensuring that we are choosing the most appropriate words to tell our stories.

Religion

We will be discussing relationships we have with our friends, family members, and within the online community.

Science

We will continue our unit on Form and Function. Before the break, we were focusing on the technical aspects of structures including centre of gravity and balance, loads and forces and types of structures. In January, we will be looking into specific designs used in structures to support these loads. Students can check out Goal #4 on the Form and Functions page for some additional resources to help support their learning at home.

For school-wide announcements, check out the Trinity weekly newsletter HERE.

 

What’s up this Week (December 16-20)

Today as we celebrate the third Sunday of Advent, it is important to not worry about all of the things still left to do before Christmas but rather focus on all of the good things that life has given to you. Celebrating the JOY in your life is something that we will be reflecting on during Monday’s religion class. Today, my family and I were celebrating the snow!

If students are celebrating only one more week of school before the holidays, then good news; just a few more items to complete and don’t forget that it is Spirit Week!

Here are the final events and due dates:

  • December 18 = Check In: Central Tendency (math)
  • December 19 = Movie Day!!!
  • December 20 = Nativity News Project DUE (religion/english)
  • December 20 = Modal Student Project DUE (math)
  • December 20 = Tower of Terror Reflection DUE (science)

Academics

Math
Last Friday, we reviewed how to determine the mean, median and mode of a set of data. On Monday, we will be applying these skills to various challenge problems and real-world scenarios. Students are encouraged to check out the resources in the green section of the students workspace for reinforcement and/or clarification.

On Tuesday, we will be starting an activity (“Modal Student”) which will be comparing our height, arm span, foot size and other measurements to a data set of grade 7 students. We will also be looking at the Vitruvian Man and see how accurate Leonardo Di Vinci was in terms of his ratios.

On Wednesday, students will write a short quiz on central tendency and then continue working on the math activity. The activity is due on Friday. Any students who may be heading out of town are asked to submit the assignment before they leave.

English and Religion
To finish up our unit on journalism and news articles, students will be looking at the major events from the Nativity Story and then write a fictional news story about one of these events. On Monday, we will be creating a class timeline of events and students will be choosing which event they will be writing about as well as starting their outlines.

Throughout the week, students will be working on their article and publishing it in a collaborative slide deck to form a newspaper.

This project is due on Friday. Any students who may be heading out of town are asked to submit the assignment before they leave.

Science

This week, student design teams will be creating plans and a prototype of a tower that can withstand rock slides, earthquakes, and hurricanes. They will be designing, building and testing the tower during our science double block on Wednesday.

With the exception of Monday’s math lesson and the quiz on Wednesday, this week will be essentially time for students to work on the three projects outlined above. By completing these tasks, we will have successfully completed our current units of study in all four subjects and therefore, in January, we can start fresh with new concepts.

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What’s up this Week (Dec 9-13)

This Sunday is the second Sunday of advent. I am hoping that families can take some time this weekend to spend time together reading, playing games and getting outside.

On Friday, I gave the students a period to work on a variety of different tasks that have been started but not necessarily completed. Several students were away on Friday and therefore should also ensure the completion of the following:

Here are a list of the upcoming deadlines and events leading up to Christmas holidays:

  • December 9 = Start Kindness Challenge (religion)
  • December 11 = Internal Forces Lab DUE (science)
  • December 11 = Forces and Loads Quiz (science)
  • December 12 = POV Podcast DUE (english)
  • December 13 = Centre of Mass Lab DUE – end of class (science)
  • December 16 = Check In: Central Tendency (math)
  • December 19 = Movie Day!!!
  • December 20 = Nativity News Project DUE (religion/english)
  • December 20 = Modal Student Project DUE (math)
  • December 20 = Tower of Terror Reflection DUE (science)

Academics

Math
As we continue to explore and analyse data, this week we will be focusing on choosing the most appropriate graph for a set of data (bar graph, double bar, line, circle, or stem-and-leaf) as well as practicing making graphs using google sheets. We will also be looking at misleading graphs and data and how advertisers, politicians and other entities can use data to mislead the public.

In the latter half of the week, students will be reviewing methods of central tendency (mean, median and mode). This will include choosing the most appropriate method for a set of data and how outliers can influence the central tendency.

There are plenty of online resources available to students in the Data workspace for those requiring reinforcement/clarification.

English

On Friday, students selected two articles to review. On Monday, students will be working on one of their articles and created a summary as well as a point of view argument. Then, they will be teaming up with two other classmates to create a POV podcast using WeVideo.

Science

Students will be completing a lab on internal forces early next week. It will also serve as a review tension, compression, shearing and torsion forces. On Wednesday, students will be writing a SWYK on all topics covered in the Form and Function unit up to this point. This will include defining a structure, forces (external and internal) and loads. Students are welcome to use their one-page summary (or sketchnote) during the test. At the end of the week, we will be discussing balance, centre of mass and symmetry as features which lead to greater stability of a structure.

Students looking for more information on these topics are encouraged to check out Goal #2 on the Form and Function page.

Religion

In addition to starting our kindness challenge (which will run for the two weeks leading up to the holidays, we will be looking into the meaning behind the second candle on the advent wreath – Peace. We will also be looking into the Nativity story and some of the major events that lead to Jesus’ birth in the stable. These events will serve as possible topics to write about in our “Nativity News” project which will be starting next week.

As you can see from the above, we are NOT slowing down as we near the holidays. Students need to keep pushing up until December 20. Our goal is to complete all of our current units so that we can all have a deserved break and come back in January refreshed and ready to start with new units.

For school-wide announcements, check out the Trinity weekly newsletter HERE.

 

What’s up this Week (December 2 – 6)

With three weeks left until Christmas break, I know that everyone is getting excited for the season and for the break. It is important for students to keep on pushing up until the last day as our philosophy is to wrap up our current units of study before the break so that:

  1. students do not have any work to complete over the break
  2. students can start with a new topic in January

Here is a list of upcoming events and deadlines coming up in the next few weeks:

  • December 2 = SWYK: Solving Algebraic Equations (math)
  • December 11 = Internal Forces Lab DUE (science)
  • December 11 = Forces and Loads Quiz (science)
  • December 12 = POV Podcast DUE (english)
  • December 13 = Centre of Mass Lab DUE (science)
  • December 19 = Movie Day (find permission form HERE)
  • December 20 = Nativity News Project DUE (english)
  • December 20 = Modal Student Project DUE (math)
  • December 20 = Tower of Terror Reflection DUE (science)

Academics

Math
Just a note that students were given a red duotang which contains all of their math assessments from the year. I had them bring it home Friday to show their parents. Also, the online assessment trackers have been completed updated and now contain assessments from three strands (check the tabs at the bottom of the sheet to toggle between strands).

On Monday, students will be writing their unit assessment on Solving Algebraic Equations. Students should have completed the review questions and checked them using the video answer key HERE.

On Tuesday, we will be launching into our final unit before the break: Data Management. As we have been using data tables and graphs throughout the year in both math and science, this unit will focus on trends in data, making conclusions from data, as well as determining the central tendency of a set of numbers.

The focus this week will be on bias in survey questions, samples and in graphs as well as reading bar and line graphs.

Here are some additional resources that students can use to complement their learning in class (I do not expect students to complete all of the resources below but rather use the ones they need to clarify any misconceptions):

English

For the next three weeks we will be looking at journalistic writing. This week, we will be reading several news articles to look for similarities in format and techniques. Then, student groups will be summarizing an article on a possibly divisive topic and providing their point of view on the topic. Then, groups will be putting all of this into a podcast.

Shout out to the parents who are commenting on their child’s writing and ensuring that they are up to date with their KidBlog postings (see this post for details).

Religion

Last Friday, students posted their Kindness Challenges. On Monday, students will watch the challenges and choose 3 that they plan to achieve throughout the month of December. Also, with the first of advent coming up this weekend, we will be discussing the concept of “hope” and look for passages in the bible that relate to hope.

Science

This is a big week for science as we missed a few classes last week and therefore are playing catch up. We will be discussing types of structures as well as forces (both external and internal) and loads on structures. We will be completing two investigations this week as well as starting our summary sheets. The “summary sheet” will be our featured study technique this science unit. In the first unit, we used terminology cards to help us learn the important concepts. In this unit, students will be creating a one-page summary note of all the concepts in the unit. They will be allowed to use this resource on tests and quizzes.

Students looking for reinforcement on this week’s science concepts can check out the following:

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