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Copy of Copy of Back to School!
Transcript of Copy of Copy of Back to School!
It's going to be a fabulous year!
Thanks for coming!
Before you leave:
Pick up information handouts
• Perfect (twice)
• Memory (twice)
Homework /Late Work Policy
8th Grade Final Exemption Policy
30 Hours of Community Service
Two Added Days
Barry Bynum email: email@example.com
Andrea Spence email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Debbie Fait email: email@example.com
Linsey Bové email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The United States Through Industrialism
This class will provide students with a study of America’s past from the formation of our government and Our Constitution through the growth of America and the second Industrial Revolution. We will learn about our past and the first Constitution…The Articles of Confederation. We will study the War of 1812, Manifest Destiny, the Civil War and more…We will also fine-tune our geography skills, research skills, and writing skills. We will analyze historical documents, be involved with project based learning and show off our creative skills.
What We Do in Class
Online- Interactive Student Notebooks
Group Activity - Bring History Alive
American Revolution Project
Book Study October
Tutorials - Monday After School
Tests and Retest Program
• Monday - Pre-Algebra We begin at 7 AM
• Tuesday - Algebra
• Wednesday - Pre-Algebra
• Thursday - Algebra
• Friday - retest for all students who completed
• Warm Up
• Evaluate homework and discuss concerns
• Lesson – new or extension (notes, examples, hands on activity, graphing, measuring, …)
• Assignment (practice for mastery and retention)
Typical Day in Mathematics
High School Entrance Preparation
The 8th Graders have been divided into two groups and are rotating the following tutoring schedule.
8th Grade Pre-Algebra/ Algebra
All students are eligible to retake a test two times during the 9 weeks. After the original test, the student will be required to serve one tutorial session on the material, and he or she may retake the test. Each student has one week from the date of the original test to retake.
The two scores (original and retake) will be averaged together to give the student his or her new score (i.e. 60% original & 100% retake = 80% new score).
*** It is important to note that the test/project re-take policy is a safety net and is not intended to be used as a regular practice by a student.
Integrated Physics and Chemistry
Students will be introduced to the basic principles of chemistry and physics. They will learn about the structure of matter at the molecular level, write chemical equations, balance them, and be able to identify types of equations. Students will learn how to use the Periodic Table of Elements as a reference tool.
What we do...
Students will learn about the principles of physics, the laws of motion, as well as speed, velocity, acceleration, kinetic energy, and more, then apply these to real life situations.
The students will refine their scientific investigation skills through lab experiments performed weekly, followed by a lab report. These lab reports are due the following day and are a daily grade. In addition, students will perform frequent hands-on activities to reinforce concepts. Models and projects will also be included as part of this course.
Tests are given
at the end of each unit being stu
died. Tuesdays are test days. The
will be corrected and placed in th
eir binders after grading
will also be collected and graded
as major grades
during each grading period.
And Then There Were None
Annotation & Analysis
Find it in your reading; try it in your writing!
Find it in your reading; try it in your writing!
Important Classroom Details
Destination D.C. Project
Projects will begin in class in March
Record research on a Personal Google Website
Costume- Dressed in Chosen Character
2 Artifacts from decade
English : Research paper
3-4 minute Speech with Prezi
Friday May 4, 2018
Monday - Advisory
Tuesday- Christian Studies
Wednesday - Chapel
Thursday - Walking with Christ
* Common Study Hall:
11:35 - 12:05, daily
Yearbook Reminders :
8th Grade Spotlight Pages
Look for white envelope coming in
8th Grade Photo Shoot
Some time in
; white shirts, no logos with jeans…if they want to change afterward they have to change into uniform.
Ordering Yearbooks and Personal Ads
Weebly - bovegrace.weebly.com
Read Like a Writer...
A typical day in ELA...
Full Color Ads are available in the following sizes:
Full Page $395
1/2 Page $225
1/4 Page $130
1/8 Page $80
Create your AD ONLINE:
1. Go to www.graceschool.org... MY GRACE…. ORDER YEARBOOK
2. Order your yearbook and CREATE your AD at the same time!
Yearbook AD Placement deadline is Dec 13, 2017
GRACE YEARBOOK STAFF Creates for You:
1. Orders may be placed on campus NOW to hold your space in the yearbook and pictures sent in at a later time prior to the deadline. When you are ready to turn in your pictures for your AD:
*Send back a CD / flash drive / Hardcopy pictures in an envelope with your child’s name. We will scan / save and return them to you. Please do not email pictures. This process can lead to poor resolution of the pictures.
2. Send a check, made out to BALFOUR, with this handout filled out completely to your child’s division office.
3. We will notify you to give you final approval of the finished product before going to print.
UNITS OF STUDY
Unit 1: Our Colonial Heritage
Unit 2: Revolution in the Colonies
Unit 3: Forming a New Nation
Unit 4: Launching the New Republic
Unit 5: An Expanding Nation
Unit 6: Americans in the Mid-1800s
Unit 7: The Union Challenged
Unit 8: Migration and Industry
Unit 9: A Modern Nation Emerges