8th Grade Homework

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Language Arts

Literature/Reading

 
                                      
                                         

 Vocabulary
                                                        
 Grammar Final Verb Review: Page 80 in textbook, exercises 4.1,4.2,4.3,4.4,.4.5 due Tues., 5/28

                       
 Spelling
               
 Exams Literature:
50 questions Night
25 vocabulary words (List#s 9, 10, 11)
Essay comparing and contrasting Night and Diary of Anne Frank (BINT)
                                  
LA
25 questions on verbs (sections 4.1,4.2,4.3,4.4,4.5)
25 spelling words (List#s 9,10,11)
10 irregular verbs (List#s 1,2,3,4)
A "final" writing workshop
                 
 MAKE-UP WORK  All make-up work is due Friday, May 24.  It will not be accepted after that date.
 
 Pre-Algebra 
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 4 Square Graphing Paper.pdf  


 
   
 
   


 Algebra
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 9/4
 9/5
 9/6
 
 
Science- Mrs. Graizzaro





Lesson 2 and 3 vocab quiz 5/15



5/8
pg 26 and 27

Recycled racer modifications due FRIDAY

5/10
Complete any classwork due Wednesday 5/15
      lesson 2 and 3 notes
      speed machines worksheet
      graphing speed worksheet

5/15
Recycled racer Lab report due Tuesday


 
Religion



  
Social Studies - Mr. Curtin
 

6/3   Use the study guide handed out in class to continue reviewing for the final. 

    Please have a D.E.A.R. book with you at all times.  I am going to check and points will be deducted if you do not have a book!
This day in history  June 3, 1965:
One hundred and 20 miles above the earth, Major Edward H. White II opens the hatch of the Gemini 4 and steps out of the capsule, becoming the first American astronaut to walk in space. Attached to the craft by a 25-foot tether and controlling his movements with a hand-held oxygen jet-propulsion gun, White remained outside the capsule for just over 20 minutes. As a space walker, White had been preceded by Soviet cosmonaut Aleksei A. Leonov, who on March 18, 1965, was the first man ever to walk in space.