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					                              8TH GRADE WEEK AT A GLANCE
                               Week of Nov. 1- 5, 2010
                                                         George Whitfield, john Locke, apprentice,
                                                         literacy, diversity
                                                        GLE/SPI: 8.1.spi.5, 8.6.spi.4
                                                        Resources: textbook, note cards, graphic
MONDAY                                                   organizer
                                                        Homework: vocabulary word tiles/
LANGUAGE ARTS:                                           Hornbook project
   Topic Lesson: Inferences                            Check for Understanding: quick quiz with
   Activities: Use logic to make inferences             peer grading
     and draw conclusions in a variety of oral
     and written contexts. Then identify and      SCIENCE:
     analyze examples of deductive and                Topic Lesson: Chemical Bonding
     inductive reasoning in text.                     Activities: Describe chemical bonding.
   Vocabulary Word of the Week: inference,            Identify the number of valence electrons
     deductive and inductive reasoning                 in an atom and predict whether or not the
   GLE/SPI: 0801.59                                   atom is likely to bond.
     Resources: student textbook                      Vocabulary Word of the Week: chemical
   Homework:                                          bonding, chemical bond, valence
   Check for Understanding:                           electron, ionic bond, ion, crystal lattice,
                                                       metallic bond
PRE-ALGEBRA:                                          GLE/SPI: 0807.9.1, 0807.9.6
   Topic Lesson: Solve rate and                      Resources: textbook, power point,
     proportion problems                               interactive reader, chapter resource file,
   Activities: Be able to apply ratios and            TCAP question bank
     rates to model real world situations. Use        Homework: periodic table project, page
     proportions to measure objects indirectly.        313
     Solve problems that involve discounts,           Check for Understanding: daily
     taxes and interest.                               assessment using CPS, review and
   Vocabulary Word of the Week: cross                 discussion
     products, ratio, rate, scale, event,             PERIODIC TABLE PROJECT
     outcome, probability.                            Using a ¼ to ½ size poster, blue, purple
   GLE/SPI: 0806.1.1                                  and orange construction paper, and red,
   Resources: textbook, ppt presentations,            blue and green markers or colored
     TCAP coach, videos,.                              crayons, create a periodic table.
   Homework: continue PRAC 4-1 through               Cut squares out of the construction paper
     4-5                                               to resemble blocks in the table.
   Check for Understanding: daily                    Use blue squares for metals, purple for
     assessment, oral review and discussion,           nonmetals and orange for metalloids.
     CPS data, Destination Math, Technology           Write the symbol, name, atomic number
     TI-84                                             and mass in each square.
                                                       Your solids must be in red, liquids in blue
                                                       and gases in green. Label the groups
AMERICAN HISTORY:                                      and periods. Use keys in the periodic
   Topic Lesson: Early American Culture               table. You may also label the charges
   Activities: Graphic organize, word tile            and valence electrons for each group
   Vocabulary Words of the Week: Benjamin             above the group numbers.
     Franklin, Great Awakening,                        DEADLINE- NOVEMBER 5, 2010
     Enlightenment, Jonathan Edwards,
                              8TH GRADE WEEK AT A GLANCE
                               Week of Nov. 1- 5, 2010

                                                        Check for Understanding: daily
CREATIVE WRITING:                                        assessment, oral review and discussion,
   Topic Lesson: Essay Writing                          CPS data
   Activities: Revise, Edit and Type
     “Technology” Essays. Discovery               AMERICAN HISTORY:
     Assessment on Adjectives or Study Island        Topic Lesson: Early American Culture
   Vocabulary: Coherent, Voice,                     Activities: Notes from powerpoint, Think,
     Organization                                      Pair, Share
   GLE/SPI: 801.3.21                                Vocabulary Words of the Week: Benjamin
     Resources: Technology                             Franklin, Great Awakening,
   Homework: Proper Adjectives and                    Enlightenment, Jonathan Edwards,
     Articles Handout and Grammar Bk (160)             George Whitfield, john Locke, apprentice,
   Check for Understanding: Essay                     literacy, diversity
                                                     GLE/SPI: 8.1.spi.5, 8.6.spi.4
TUESDAY                                                Resources: powerpoint, textbook, class
                                                       binder
LANGUAGE ARTS:                                       Homework: page 133 # 2-7 answers
   Topic Lesson: Literary Elements (tone              Only; study for vocabulary quiz
     and mood)                                         Wednesday, hornbook project
   Activities: Create Cornell notes on Setting      Check for Understanding: Ticket out of
     and Mood. Analyze the setting and its             the door describe the details of The
     influence on mood and tone (Col 3) by             Enlightenment
     discussing/writing about their favorite tv
     program [where does it take place, what’s    SCIENCE:
     the time period, do characters act/speak         Topic Lesson: Chemical Bonding
     certain way]. Discuss how plot is shaped         Activities: Explain how ionic bonds for.
     by the setting                                    Describe how positive and negative ions
   Vocabulary Word of the Week: mood,                 form. Explain why ionic compounds are
     tone, setting                                     neutral.
   GLE/SPI: 0801.8.7                                 Vocabulary Word of the Week: chemical
     Resources:                                        bonding, chemical bond, valence
   Homework: Read Too Soon Woman pgs.                 electron, ionic bond, ion, crystal lattice,
     170-174.                                          metallic bond
   Check for Understanding:                          GLE/SPI: 0807.9.1, 0807.9.6
                                                      Resources: textbook, power point,
PRE-ALGEBRA:                                           interactive reader, chapter resource file,
   Topic Lesson: Calculate the                        TCAP question bank
     probabilities of events.                         Homework: periodic table project, page
   Activities: Be able to apply find                  317
     theoretical probability and experimental         Check for Understanding: daily
     probability.                                      assessment using CPS, review and
   Vocabulary Word of the Week: cross                 discussion
     products, ratio, rate, scale, event,         CREATIVE WRITING:
     outcome, probability.                            Topic Lesson: Punctuations
   GLE/SPI: 0806.5.1                                 Activities: Be able to use periods and
   Resources: textbook, ppt presentations,            other end marks correctly. Students must
     TCAP coach, videos,.                              also use commas to signal pause or
   Homework: continue PRAC 4-5                        separation. Discovery Education
                              8TH GRADE WEEK AT A GLANCE
                               Week of Nov. 1- 5, 2010

      Vocabulary: Punctuations                          Activities: Vocabulary quiz; Colonial Life
      GLE/SPI: 801.1.4                                   Chart
       Resources: Grammar Text and WkBk                  Vocabulary Words of the Week: Benjamin
      Homework: Using Commas with Clauses                Franklin, Great Awakening,
       (259)                                              Enlightenment, Jonathan Edwards,
      Check for Understanding: Discussion                George Whitfield, john Locke, apprentice,
       and Classwork                                      literacy, diversity
                                                         GLE/SPI: 8.1.spi.5; 8.6.spi.4
                                                          Resources: textbook, vocabulary tiles
WEDNESDAY                                                Homework: Study powerpoint notes for
                                                          section test Friday, hornbook project
LANGUAGE ARTS:                                           Check for Understanding: peer grading of
   Topic Lesson: Literary Elements (tone                 vocabulary test
     and mood)
   Activities: Analyze the setting and its        SCIENCE:
     influence on mood and tone (Col 3). Read          Topic Lesson: Chemical Bonding
     Too Soon Woman pgs. 170-174.                      Activities: Explain how covalent bonds
     Describe its setting and chose a different         form. Describe molecules. Explain how
     setting for the story. List three important        metallic bonds form. Describe the
     aspects of the story that would be                 properties of metals.
     affected by the change in setting and             Vocabulary Word of the Week: chemical
     explain how they would change.                     bonding, chemical bond, valence
   Vocabulary Word of the Week:                        electron, ionic bond, ion, crystal lattice,
   Homework:                                           metallic bond
   Check for Understanding:                           GLE/SPI: 0807.9.1, 0807.9.6
                                                       Resources: textbook, power point,
      PRE-ALGEBRA:                                     interactive reader, chapter resource file,
      Topic Lesson: Calculate the                      TCAP question bank
       probabilities of events.                        Homework: periodic table project
      Activities: Be able to apply find               Check for Understanding: daily
       theoretical probability and experimental         assessment using CPS, review and
       probability.                                     discussion
      Vocabulary Word of the Week: cross
       products, ratio, rate, scale, event,        CREATIVE WRITING:
       outcome, probability.                          Topic Lesson: Commas
      GLE/SPI: 0806.5.1                              Activities: Students will use commas with
      Resources: textbook, ppt presentations,          addresses, titles and dates. Students will
       TCAP coach, videos,.                             also use commas in direct quotes.
      Homework: continue PRAC 4-5, teacher             Revise and edit paragraph to place
       generated handout.                               commas and punctuations in their correct
      Check for Understanding: daily                   place. Discovery Assessment on
       assessment, oral review and discussion,          Punctuations and Commas
       CPS data. Common Assessment                    Vocabulary Word of the Week: Fluency,
                                                        Commas
                                                      GLE/SPI: 801.1.4
AMERICAN HISTORY:                                     Resources: Grammar Text and WkBk
   Topic Lesson: Early American Culture              Homework:
                             8TH GRADE WEEK AT A GLANCE
                              Week of Nov. 1- 5, 2010

      Check for Understanding: Discussions,           Enlightenment, Jonathan Edwards,
       Classwork, Quiz                                 George Whitfield, john Locke, apprentice,
                                                       literacy, diversity
THURSDAY                                              GLE/SPI: 8.1.spi.5, 8.6.spi.4
                                                       Resources: cd-rom, textbook
LANGUAGE ARTS:                                        Homework: complete study guide, study
   Topic Lesson: Research Source                      for test, make notecard, complete
   Activities: Discuss how to ask research            hornbook project
     questions, find sources/take notes,              Check for Understanding: Review study
     paraphrase ideas and cite sources                 guide
     correctly. Determine the appropriate
     research source for a given topic.         SCIENCE:
     Research and analyze facts about the           Topic Lesson: Chemical Bonding
     2010 BP Golf Oil Crisis to determine the       Activities: Distinguish between ionic
     causes/effects that it had on residents,        covalent and metallic bonds.
     businesses, and economy in the area.           Vocabulary Word of the Week: chemical
     Write a short report based on topic.            bonding, chemical bond, valence
   Vocabulary Word of the Week:                     electron, ionic bond, ion, crystal lattice,
   GLE/SPI: 0801.4.3                                metallic bond
     Resources: Internet, Elements of               GLE/SPI: 0807.9.1, 0807.9.6
     Language pg 683                                Resources: textbook, power point,
   Homework: Elements of Language pg.               interactive reader, chapter resource file,
     693 Practice                                    TCAP question bank
   Check for Understanding:                        Homework: periodic table project
                                                    Check for Understanding: daily
PRE-ALGEBRA:                                         assessment using CPS, review and
   Topic Lesson: Calculate the                      discussion
     probabilities of events.
   Activities: Use a variety of methods to     CREATIVE WRITING:
     compute probabilities for compound            Topic Lesson:
     events.                                       Activities: Use context clues to derive the
   Vocabulary Word of the Week: cross               meanings of new words and use prefixes
     products, ratio, rate, scale, event,            and suffixes to create new words
     outcome, probability.                           according to their definitions. Technology
   GLE/SPI: 0806.5.12                               tutorials and review on Study Island.
   Resources: textbook, ppt presentations,        Vocabulary Word of the Week: Context
     TCAP coach, videos,.                            Clues, Prefixes and Suffixes
   Homework: continue PRAC 4-5 , teacher          GLE/SPI: 801.1.5
     generated handouts                              Resources: Grammar Text and WkBk
   Check for Understanding: daily                 Homework: Vocabulary Practice on Word
     assessment, oral review and discussion,         Roots (285)
     CPS data. Common Assessment                   Check for Understanding: Discussions
                                                     and Classwork
AMERICAN HISTORY:
   Topic Lesson: Early American Culture        FRIDAY
   Activities: Study guide/ Video Notes
   Vocabulary Words of the Week: Benjamin      LANGUAGE ARTS:
     Franklin, Great Awakening,                    Topic Lesson: Research Source
                              8TH GRADE WEEK AT A GLANCE
                               Week of Nov. 1- 5, 2010

      Activities: Mini- Quiz on Inferences and          Homework: Free weekend!
       Literary Elements. Then discuss how to            Check for Understanding: Assessment
       ask research questions, find sources/take
       notes, paraphrase ideas and cite sources    SCIENCE:
       correctly. Determine the appropriate            Topic Lesson: Chemical Bonding
       research source for a given topic.              Activities: Hands-on activity in which
       Research and analyze facts about the             students will observe molecules forming
       2010 BP Golf Oil Crisis to determine the         through covalent bonding of atoms.
       causes/effects that it had on residents,        Vocabulary Word of the Week: chemical
       businesses, and economy in the area.             bonding, chemical bond, valence
       Write a short report based on topic.             electron, ionic bond, ion, crystal lattice,
      Vocabulary Word of the Week:                     metallic bond
      GLE/SPI: 0801.4.3                               GLE/SPI: 0807.9.1, 0807.9.6
       Resources: Internet, Elements of                Resources: textbook, power point,
       Language pg 683                                  interactive reader, chapter resource file,
      Homework: Elements of Language pg.               TCAP question bank
       693 Practice                                    Homework: periodic table project, page
                                                        313
PRE-ALGEBRA:                                           Check for Understanding: daily
   Topic Lesson: Calculate the                         assessment using CPS, review and
     probabilities of events.                           discussion
   Activities: Find the number of possible
     outcomes using the fundamental counting       CREATIVE WRITING:
     principle.                                       Topic Lesson: Spelling and Reference
   Vocabulary Word of the Week: cross                  Skills
     products, ratio, rate, scale, event,             Activities: Using printed and electronic
     outcome, probability.                              dictionary or thesaurus, to strengthen
   GLE/SPI: 0806.5.2                                   vocabulary skills. Also give antonym and
   Resources: textbook, ppt presentations,             synonym of given terms.
     TCAP coach, videos,.                             Vocabulary Word of the Week: Antonyms
   Homework: teacher generated handouts,               and Synonyms
     text exercises section 9-5.                      GLE/SPI: 801.1.5, 801.1.10, 801.1.11
   Check for Understanding: daily                      Resources: Techonolgy, Grammar Text
     assessment, oral review and discussion,            and WkBk
     CPS data. Common Assessment                      Homework: Reflections
                                                      Check for Understanding: Discussions
AMERICAN HISTORY:                                       and Classwork
   Topic Lesson: Early American Culture
   Activities: Turn in Hornbook Project,          SPECIAL NOTES:
     Assessment, DEAR Time
   Vocabulary Words of the Week Benjamin          Praises:
     Franklin, Great Awakening,
     Enlightenment, Jonathan Edwards,              Concerns:
     George Whitfield, john Locke, apprentice,
     literacy, diversity                           If you have any concerns or questions, please let
   GLE/SPI: 8.1.spi.5, 8.6.spi.4                  us know.
     Resources: test, notecard, magazine,
     project                                       8th Teachers’ emails:
                              8TH GRADE WEEK AT A GLANCE
                               Week of Nov. 1- 5, 2010
                                                  Deductive reasoning
8-1 Ms. Hill (Language Arts)                      Inflection
hilllisa0@mcsk12.nwet                             Enunciation
8-2 Mr. Perry (Pre-Algebra)                       Rate
perryrandyl@mcsk12.net                            Pitch
8-3 Ms. Scruggs (Am. History)                     Participles
scruggshelenj@mcsk12.net                          Persuasive writing
8-4 Ms. Tyler-Williams (Creative Writing)         Preface
williams6134@bellsouth.net                        Reliability
8-5 Ms. Johnson (Science)                         Sensory detail
johnsonananas@mcsk12.net                          Shades of meaning
8-6 Ms. Allen (Science)                           Tension
allenadrianem@mcsk12.net                          Thesis statement
8-7 Mr. Williams (Pre-Algebra)                    Mood/tone
williamsrolff@mcsk12.net                          Acronyms
8-8 Scott (Creative Writing)                      Sidebars
scottwilliamd@mcsk12.net                          Footnotes
8-9 Stokes (Am. History)                          Endnotes18
stokesmonicaf@mcsk12.net and Ms. Gibson
Lindsey.gibson@memphistr.org                      Pre-Algebra
8-10 Ms. White (Lang. Arts)
whiteveronicap@mcsk12.net                         Adjacent angles
                                                  Alternate exterior angles
                                                  Alternate interior angles
                                                  Complementary angles
Vocabulary Word Wall                              Corresponding angles
                                                  D=rt (distance = rate x time)
Students must know, learn, and be able to apply   Function families
the words in each subject area.                   Hypotenuse
                                                  Infinite
Language Arts                                     Legs of a triangle
                                                  Line of best fit (conceptual)
Allusion                                          Monomial
Antecedent                                        Nonlinear equation
Bias                                              Perfect square
Clincher sentence                                 Pythagorean Theorem
Coherent order                                    Quadratic equations
Composition                                       Sequence
Cross-reference                                   Slope intercept form
Debate                                            Supplementary angles
Derivation                                        Transversal
Dramatization                                     Vertical angles
Elaboration                                       Vertical line test
Facilitator (role
identification/groups)                            Am. History
Gerund
Inferring                                         Philanthropy
Jargon                                            Altruism
Inductive reasoning                               Antebellum
                           8TH GRADE WEEK AT A GLANCE
                            Week of Nov. 1- 5, 2010
Absolute                                  dichotomous key
Exchange                                  diffusion
Commerce                                  domain
Congressional                             electromagnet
Civic efficacy                            electron
Constitutional                            element
Contract                                  endothermic
Consumption                               exothermic
Autocracy                                 family
Oligarchy                                 genus
Dictatorship                              gravitation (universal law)
Diplomacy                                 kingdom
Domestic                                  magnetic field
Doctrine                                  neutral
Federalism                                neutron
Holocaust                                 order
Human impact                              particle motion
Infrastructure                            physiological adaptation
Insurrection                              phylum
Interdependence                           product
International                             proton
Map projections                           reactant
Nationalism                               species
Magna Carta                               variation
Recession
Relative
Republicanism
Social norms
Totalitarian
Vernacular
Autocracy
Oligarchy
Dictatorship


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acid
atom (electron, neutron,
proton)
atomic mass
atomic number
base
biodiversity
chemical change
chemical equation
class
compound
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