• 7th & 8th History

    7th-8th History – Christendom Week 19

    JOHN WYCLIFFE TRANSLATES THE SCRIPTURE Day 1 – Read The Story of Liberty, ch. 2; Famous Men of the Renaissance & Revolution, ch. XV, Wycliffe.             Day 2 – Read Morning Star of the Reformation, pp. 3-24.                         Where was Wycliffe from? What was the center of all intellectual activity in England at this time? Day 3 – Read The Church in History, pp. 143-144. Day 4 – Read Morning Star of the Reformation, pp. 27-46.                                                      RECITATION – “The Reeds…

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    Shurley English 6 for January 29th

    Please finish Shurley English 6, Chapter 18, Lessons 1-4 this week. Don’t forget that any Daily Grams you complete are extra credit. For Classical Composition, you will type or write neatly your final drafts of Lesson one, “The Ant and The Chrysalis.” Your final drafts will be graded using the following rubric: Handwriting _____/5 Mechanics (spelling, punctuation, grammar) _____/15 Content (storyline, sentence & paragraph structure, style) _____/40 Vocabulary/Diction (word choice) _____/20 Figures of Description _____/20

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    Lingua Latina for January 29th

    And Green Bay scores!!! Oops, I guess you can tell what I’m watching right now! For Friday, finish translating LL Chapter V and complete Pensa A & B. We will do Pensum C in class together on Friday. There is no quiz for this week, but if you don’t have your chart flashcards up-to-date, please do that and bring them to class along with ALL your Latin class materials.

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    Advanced Biology – Human A & P

    This week, finish reading the module, p. 299-307, and complete the OYO questions. If you didn’t turn in a lab report on the brain dissection, make sure you complete that this week and turn it in on Friday. You’ll also need to do the coloring book exercises I passed out in class, and the study guide questions. Remember to focus in on what we have covered in class when studying for the test on this module. In class this week we will NOT have a quiz. We will finish going over the chapter content and then spend the last half of class on the dissection of the cow eye.

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    Advanced Biology – Human A & P

    This week you need to take Module 8 test at home and bring it back to class Friday. Begin reading Module 9, p. 268-298, and answer OYO questions. We will have a quiz at the beginning of class on the reading from this week. You all did a great job in our dissection lab! I would like you to complete a Lab Report on what we did in class Friday. It will need to include your name, date, the purpose of the lab, what materials were used, procedure (how it was done), and results/conclusions. You can just type this up with a few sentences for each of these sections. Please…

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    Advanced Biology – Human A & P

    This week you need to finish reading the module, p. 260-263, and complete the OYO. Also, you will need to complete the SGQ and the CBE I gave you in class. Remember that we’ve already done some of the SGQ in class together when we labeled the diagrams! Study for your test on this module. Right now the tracking on the shipping says that we should get the brains in time for us to dissect them on Friday in class. Hopefully that works out! If not, we will move on to the next module in class and then take a class time later to do the dissection, whenever they do…

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    Shurley English 6 for January 8th

    For Friday, please complete Shurley English, Chapter 15. You are excused from Lesson 5, the writing assignment. For the remainder of the year, the writing assignment will always be from Classical Composition, Fable Stage text. We will start Classical Composition, the Fable Stage this Friday, so be sure to have your composition book with you. I am very pleased to have Caroline Yant join us for composition! Happy New Year!