**Friday November 17, 2017**

The lesson plans and all of the assignments are on my desk. The video for the math lesson is here.

Please play and pause when indicated on the video. Walk around and monitor group to ensure that students are on task and following along. Distribute the extra practice page when prompted on the video.

The lesson plans and all of the assignments are on my desk. The video for the math lesson is here.

Please play and pause when indicated on the video. Walk around and monitor group to ensure that students are on task and following along. Distribute the extra practice page when prompted on the video.

**Wednesday November 8, 2017**

No math homework, other than study for test tomorrow.

Math video: use this for both math classes. The worksheet for the students is with the copies of work for the day.

No math homework, other than study for test tomorrow.

Math video: use this for both math classes. The worksheet for the students is with the copies of work for the day.

Tuesday September 12, 2017 Math

Math Agenda: Dividing decimals by decimals

Math homework: Homework page for Unit 1 Lesson 6 Problem of the Week

Science Agenda: Tools of Science

Science homework: No homework

Tuesday September 12, 2017 Math

Math Agenda: Dividing decimals by decimals

Math homework: Homework page for Unit 1 Lesson 6 Problem of the Week

Science Agenda: Tools of Science

Science homework: No homework

**Monday September 11, 2017 Math**

Advisement: Show the homework page so students can record their homework. Show homework page again at start of 3rd period.

Use the article from Edutopia. Read it to students first as they follow along. Then have students read it again in their small groups. Students take turns reading softly in their groups. After reading a second time, give students the student response sheets. They are to discuss the answers for the questions, then write their responses. have students write their name on the article page and the response form. Collect both at the end of Advisement.

Math: periods 1 and 4. Students use their computers to go to Google Classroom. Take decimal quiz. Students need to use binder paper to work out their answers. The binder paper does not need to be turned in.

Science: Periods 2 and 3. Students use their computers and go to Google Classroom to read the science article. Use one of the print-outs to read it to them first before they open their computers. Students are to go to NEWSELA.com and log in with their Google accounts. The article should be there. In case students are asked for a code to join the class, here are the codes: Period 2 YDABR Period 3 XABQJ

After you read the article, students are to read silently, complete the writing prompt then take the quiz. If there is still time, students are to check to make sure that all of their work for Science has been turned in. They can then start working on their math homework.

For elective classes, I have math worksheets. You will need to use the document viewer so students can clearly read the pages. Our copier is having a bad day! Move the open window on the computer screen down. You will see a minimized window for the document viewer. Click center box to maximize the window. Use page 11 first, Give students 4 minutes to fill in any numbers they cannot read. Then remove the book. If students have their own colored pencils, crayons, or markers, they can color in following the legend on the page. If they do not have their own materials, they are to write the name of the color in the cell or section with the expression. No one is to use a calculator. No cell phones are to be used at all!! (7th period may try to convince you I will allow this.)

Elective: Period 6 See above

Elective: Period 7 See above.

Advisement: Show the homework page so students can record their homework. Show homework page again at start of 3rd period.

Use the article from Edutopia. Read it to students first as they follow along. Then have students read it again in their small groups. Students take turns reading softly in their groups. After reading a second time, give students the student response sheets. They are to discuss the answers for the questions, then write their responses. have students write their name on the article page and the response form. Collect both at the end of Advisement.

Math: periods 1 and 4. Students use their computers to go to Google Classroom. Take decimal quiz. Students need to use binder paper to work out their answers. The binder paper does not need to be turned in.

Science: Periods 2 and 3. Students use their computers and go to Google Classroom to read the science article. Use one of the print-outs to read it to them first before they open their computers. Students are to go to NEWSELA.com and log in with their Google accounts. The article should be there. In case students are asked for a code to join the class, here are the codes: Period 2 YDABR Period 3 XABQJ

After you read the article, students are to read silently, complete the writing prompt then take the quiz. If there is still time, students are to check to make sure that all of their work for Science has been turned in. They can then start working on their math homework.

For elective classes, I have math worksheets. You will need to use the document viewer so students can clearly read the pages. Our copier is having a bad day! Move the open window on the computer screen down. You will see a minimized window for the document viewer. Click center box to maximize the window. Use page 11 first, Give students 4 minutes to fill in any numbers they cannot read. Then remove the book. If students have their own colored pencils, crayons, or markers, they can color in following the legend on the page. If they do not have their own materials, they are to write the name of the color in the cell or section with the expression. No one is to use a calculator. No cell phones are to be used at all!! (7th period may try to convince you I will allow this.)

Elective: Period 6 See above

Elective: Period 7 See above.

**Monday May 8, 2017 Math narrated lesson.**

Monday March 13, 2017 Math narrated lesson.

Use the video of the narrated math lesson for Monday's math classes periods 1 and 6.

Monday March 13, 2017 Math narrated lesson.

Use the video of the narrated math lesson for Monday's math classes periods 1 and 6.

**Tuesday March 14, 2017 Math narrated lesson. use the video of the narrated math lesson for Tuesday's math classes, periods 1and 6.**

Tuesday March 7, 2017

Math video for class. Play the video.

Tuesday March 7, 2017

Math video for class. Play the video.

Tuesday February 14, 2017

Tuesday February 14, 2017

**Math video for class. Play the video for the directions. The worksheets the students will be using are on my desk.**

Make sure they are starting with the same side I am using in the video. Please collect the papers at the end of the period.

Make sure they are starting with the same side I am using in the video. Please collect the papers at the end of the period.

**Science: Periods 2 and 4**

Play the video for Science. We will take a look the Drought Monitor currently, then historically. Once the video is done, distribute the Oroville Dam article from NPR. Have students number the paragraphs, read silently first, then take turns reading aloud.

Play the video for Science. We will take a look the Drought Monitor currently, then historically. Once the video is done, distribute the Oroville Dam article from NPR. Have students number the paragraphs, read silently first, then take turns reading aloud.

**.Monday January 30, 2017**

Math video Click the play button, then play in full screen. Follow prompts for pausing video while students work collaboratively on lesson.

Math video Click the play button, then play in full screen. Follow prompts for pausing video while students work collaboratively on lesson.

Friday, October 28, 2016

Math video link is here.

Lesson plans, seating charts, and classwork are all on my desk.

Friday, October 28, 2016

Math video link is here.

Lesson plans, seating charts, and classwork are all on my desk.

**Wednesday September 28, 2016**

Lesson plans are on my desk. The seating charts are with the lesson plans. Students will use the computers during homeroom only.

The math video link is here.

Lesson plans are on my desk. The seating charts are with the lesson plans. Students will use the computers during homeroom only.

The math video link is here.

**Tuesday September 27, 2016**

Lesson plans and seating charts are on my desk. The math video is on this page. Please pause and time students when prompted on the video. Students are to have their math notebooks on their desks. They will be using their notebooks to complete work and record definitions.

Here is the video:

Lesson plans and seating charts are on my desk. The math video is on this page. Please pause and time students when prompted on the video. Students are to have their math notebooks on their desks. They will be using their notebooks to complete work and record definitions.

Here is the video:

**Friday April 9, 2016**

**The seating charts and copies of work assignments are on my desk.**

Students are to be in their seats when the tardy bell rings, for each period. Students may go to the bathroom during passing periods and during nutrition break. If it is an emergency, use your judgement. No more than one student out of the room at a time.

Period 1 and 4

Math. use the video here for the screencast lesson. Pause the video when prompted and time students for the indicated amount of time. Students are to have their math notebooks on their desk. They will be using this for their work. or period 1, you can ask Rachel, Ashley, Elizabeth, or Sam if you have any questions. They should also be able to hep with minor technical issues as well.

In period 4, you can ask Britney for help with any technical issues.

Students are to be in their seats when the tardy bell rings, for each period. Students may go to the bathroom during passing periods and during nutrition break. If it is an emergency, use your judgement. No more than one student out of the room at a time.

Period 1 and 4

Math. use the video here for the screencast lesson. Pause the video when prompted and time students for the indicated amount of time. Students are to have their math notebooks on their desk. They will be using this for their work. or period 1, you can ask Rachel, Ashley, Elizabeth, or Sam if you have any questions. They should also be able to hep with minor technical issues as well.

In period 4, you can ask Britney for help with any technical issues.

Science Periods 2 and 3

Use the proficiency worksheet for math. The answer key is with the seating charts. Have students work together to try and work out the math before you share any answers.

Use the proficiency worksheet for math. The answer key is with the seating charts. Have students work together to try and work out the math before you share any answers.

Prep 6th period

Enrichment

Use the finding percents of number worksheets and changing from fraction to decimal to percent. Answer keys are with seating charts.

Please collected all seat work (except for math notebooks) and leave on my desk.

Enrichment

Use the finding percents of number worksheets and changing from fraction to decimal to percent. Answer keys are with seating charts.

Please collected all seat work (except for math notebooks) and leave on my desk.