Mr. Phanjanit Garnploog, 6th Grade, Science, ELA

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Study Guides for Science Tests

Posted on June 10, 2017

6th Grade-Yesterday, 6/10 you should’ve gotten the practice test of 40 questions and completed them. Use that along with Thursday’s class notes that we covered all day as your study guide. I’ve condensed all the material from the first half of the school year (from September 2016-January 2017 with Mr. Patagna) to the second half of the school year (from February 2017-June 2017 with me, Mr. Garnploog) for your studying convenience…you’re welcome! Your test will be either Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. I will have to confirm with Mr. Turner’s schedule on Monday.

Also…Science reports from the library books you checked out are due on Monday!

6th Grade ELA Study Guide…there are none…because you will be tested on reading, grammar, punctuation, spelling and summarizing stories you’ve read in this past school year including:

Edward Tulane…you should’ve finished the book and reread your summaries.

Back to the Future read aloud…here’s the link if you’d like to reread the story.?Go to?https://archive.org/details/pdfy-VFV01AY5DuO3nhRF?and on the right side where it says DOWNLOAD OPTIONS?click on PDF.?That will be the entire book (with pictures) that I read to you.

Macbeth…we had a study guide reading of the story before the trip we took. For those of you who forgot, you should jog your memory by reading the summary here?http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/macbeth/summary.html

Knight Rider…film script. Be prepared to make comparisons. Here is the script. ?http://www.knightriderarchives.com/knight_rider/season_one/pilot/scripts/4/? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Here is the episode (the link may not work but you should be able to access the script above) ?http://www.nbc.com/classic-tv/knight-rider-original/video/knight-of-the-phoenix-part-1/n3667

 

 

 

7th Grade-Yesterday, 6/10 you should’ve gotten the practice test packet?and completed them. If not, you should complete them for homework and prepare to turn it in on Monday.?Use that along with Thursday’s class notes that we covered as your study guide. I’ve condensed all the material from the first half of the school year (from September 2016-January 2017 with Mr. Patagna) to the second half of the school year (from February 2017-June 2017 with me, Mr. Garnploog) for your studying convenience…you’re welcome! Your test will be either Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. I will have to confirm with Mr. Turner’s schedule on Monday.

Homework for 6/5/17

Posted on June 5, 2017

6th Grade Science- Begin drafting your science report. You should have gathered at least 10 interesting facts about your topic in science.

ELA- skinny book p.104-106

7th Grade Science- If you have not completed your report on plants or animals, it is due. Read and Study Chapter on animals. Test on Friday or Monday

8th Grade Science- Make sure your science report on astronomy is handed in by the end of this week. You have one more test on this chapter.

Homework 5/31/17

Posted on May 31, 2017

6th Grade-Summarize the first 5 chapters of the reading. Remember to describe characters and have details about the story! Don’t forget permission slips and trip money $2.00!!!

7th Grade-Complete the assigned questions if you haven’t already done so. You can skip #5. Report on plants or animals due on Monday! Don’t forget the bibliography!

8th Grade-Reminder Astronomer report due MondayDon’t forget the bibliography!

Homework for 5/30/17

Posted on May 30, 2017

6th Grade-ELA Read at least one chapter of your reading book and write a summary using details and events.  Don’t forget to write about characters! Use your own words!!!

Permission slips and $2 needed for Field Trip!

7th Grade Science-Finish the lesson review questions on animals.  Complete 1-7 but skip #5

8th Grade Science-Choose an astronomer to do a report on.  Reports due on Monday and will be counted as part of your lab grade.  Should be at least 2 pages describing the discoverer’s life, findings and significance to the contribution of science.  Bibliography is a MUST. Include information for sources and pages.  Extra points for people who have it typed out and a photo on the cover of the scientist.

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