- How can you use a graph to illustrate an object's motion? (pp. 116-117, all checkpoints).
- How do force and mass affect motion? (pp. 118-121, all checkpoints).
- The New Deal. (pp. 328-335, 3 of 5 reflection questions from chapter's end or within the chapter).
- World War II begins. (pp. 340-347, 3 of 5 reflection questions from chapter's end or within the chapter).
** You may find it worthwhile to skim the remaining chapters on World War II in preparation for your Media Center research time on your World War II project (March 13th-14th). The textbook gives an overview of the larger forces and ideas involved in the war, so when you make a connection with your chosen topic you may better understand how the pieces fit together.**
- The Math MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) is an adaptive program that assesses student performance over sets of questions, then increases problem complexity or reduces it.
- Individualized assignments based on fall MAP performance to prepare for spring MAP will be on several topics. Some will be reviews of 5th grade skills, and others will be introductions to middle-school or even high-school skills.
Composition: The Next Big Idea. Details in an earlier post.
Reading: Reading interesting student-selected literature in the evening to fuel Reading Counts obligations and become a person with knowledge about the world, other points of view, and a rich, imaginative life.
Caesar's English Lesson 15
ject (throw), dorm (sleep),
magn (great), ver (true), put (think).