**COVID-19 Distance Learning
The Etiwanda School District provides virtual classroom lessons through the distance learning plan. Please note that during virtual sessions there is no expectation of privacy, students and anything in their background will be in view of the class. Those who prefer not to have their image shown may elect to turn off the video camera during the virtual session.
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**7th grade Math -**Do

**4/7/2020 -****Classifying Angles Poster (Math subpage).**Use both Reteach Angles pages for definitions and other notes to help. This should take several days. Due date is 1 week from start. Continue with iReady FIRST.

**4/14/2020 - IXL: Classifying Triangles**and

**Finding Missing Angle in Triangles worksheet**

**4/16/2020**-

**IXL: Perimeter of Rectangles**and

**Circumference worksheet**

Week of 4/20/2020 - Volume of Prisms and Pyramids; Surface area

Day 1: >p.639 online Text Day 1- watch YouTube - Math Antics Area and Math Antics Volume;

Week of 4/20/2020 - Volume of Prisms and Pyramids; Surface area

Day 1: >

**>**practice measuring objects in your house - table, books, chromebook, cereal box - draw a picture and record measurements and compute areas - use this data on Tuesday to compute areas and volumes - NOTES with formulas are attached to Math subpage

Day 2:

>Complete Notes - Area of Parallelograms

Day 3:

>Complete Notes - Area of Triangles

Day 4:

>Complete Notes - Area of Triangles

Day 5:

>Complete Notes - Volume IXL and iReady practice should still be done daily

**Week of 4/27/2020 - Integer Review; Statistics and Probability**

This week we will be reviewing multiplication and division of integers, and how to compute the mean, median, and mode of a set of numbers (data). Scientists are using data to track the progress of COVID-19 right now. They will also use this data (numbers) to helpMultiply Integers Day 2: >Divide Integers Day 3: >Median and Mode Day 4: >Mean Day 5: >Probability of Simple Events IXL and iReady practice should still be done daily

This week we will be reviewing multiplication and division of integers, and how to compute the mean, median, and mode of a set of numbers (data). Scientists are using data to track the progress of COVID-19 right now. They will also use this data (numbers) to help

**get equipment where it is needed most, and in their research to help**develop a vaccine. In preparation for next week, we will start going over the probability (chance) of events happening. For example, what are the odds that you will turn over a card in a full deck and get an ACE? You can practice with cards at home. If there are 52 cards total, and only 4 Aces, your odds would be 4/52. If you simplify that fraction, you get 1/13. That means for every 13 cards turned over, one should be an ace. REMEMBER, probability comes from the word "probable". It is not absolutely certain! Day 1: >**Week of 5/4/2020**

**Day 1: >**Probability of Simple Events 1

>Science - Ch. 16-1 Directed Reading Day 2: >Probability of Simple Events 2

>Science - Ch. 16-1 Directed Reading cont. Day 3: >Probability of Compound Events

>Science - Ch. 16 - 1 Quiz

Day 4: >Add Integers

> Science Ch. 16 - 2 Directed Reading Day 5: >Subtract Integers >Science - Ch. 16-2 Directed Reading cont. IXL and iReady practice should still be done daily

**Week of 5/11/2020 Last week of Online Class Meetings**

Please see Sunday email from Mrs. Ledesma for schedule to return books, Chromebooks, and pick up student property next week.

Please see Sunday email from Mrs. Ledesma for schedule to return books, Chromebooks, and pick up student property next week.

**Day 1: >**Review Unit Rate

>Science - Ch. 16-2 Quiz Day 2:

>Review Solve Proportions

>Science - Ch. 16-3 Directed Reading

Day 3:

>Review Order of Operations

>Science - Ch. 16-3 Directed Reading cont.

Day 4:

>Review Finding the Percent of a Number

> Science Ch. 16 - 3 Quiz

Day 5:

>Calculate a Discount and Final Price

> Science - Ch. 16 Test IXL and iReady practice should still be done daily

**7th grade science**- 4/17 - 4/30 Ch. 15-1 - Quiz should be done by Thursday, 4/23. (It should take 1-2 weeks to complete the reading and Directed Readings for each Chapter.) Quiz 15-2 should be done by Tuesday, 4?27/2020, Quiz 15-3 done by Friday 5/1/20. I will put the test here and online to be completed by Wednesday 5/6/2020. I am uploading quizzes/tests and KEYS to Directed Readings and Assessments to

**Science subpage.**Online versions are available in my Google Classroom. If possible, go to BrainPop and watch "Body Systems". It reviews basic organ systems and their functions.

5/6 - 5/15 Ch. 16 - Quizzes and Test will be attached by Wednesday. Pacing is independent, but a suggested timeline is included on the daily schedule. Chromebooks and Textbooks will be turned in the week of May 18th.

**Ch. 10 - complete by Friday, April 17th. Then jump to Chapter 15 8th grade Math - 4/8/2020 - Lines and Angles Slides or Poster project.**Directions and Notes on Math subpage. I expect you to take no more than a week, but there is no due date. Just do your best.Complete

**Lines and Angles on subpage**or work online from

**Google Classroom**. Continue iReady FIRST if possible. Slides or poster due 4/15/2020 4/13/2020 - IXL: Finding Complementary and Supplementary Angles, BrainPop on Pythagorean Theorem 4/15/2020 - Pythagorean Theorem worksheet after lesson Do 8th Notes Using Pythagorean Theorem

Week of 4/20/2020 - Volume of Cylinders, Cones, and Spheres

Day 1:

> Notes and Area of Circles worksheets

Day 2:

>Volume of Cylinders worksheet

Day 3:

IXL - Volume (choice of level)

Day 4:

> Volume of Cones worksheet

Day 5:

IXL practice (choice)

If you cannot get on IXL, do at least 5 problems with your own numbers for measurements. Submit to me by email or share a goggle DOC with the numbers for the Radius and Height, then the answer. You do not need to show the formula for your work. These problems are hard to type into a computer.

Multi-step Equation practice will be reviewed.

**Week of 4/27/2020**- Integer Review - Almost all of your work in high school will involve working with integers. You need to practice to get better. You need to practice so you just know what to do without even thinking about it - that should happen within a year IF YOU PRACTICE. Worksheets with rules included can be found on the Math sub-page. Keep going; we're almost there!!!

Day 1: >Multiply Integers

Day 2: > Divide Integers

Day 3:

> Add Integers

Day 4: > Subtract Integers

Day 5:

> All Operations Integers

IXL and iReady practice should still be done daily

**Week of 5/4/2020**

Day 1: > Notes Functions

> Science - Ch. 13 - 1 Directed Reading

Day 2:

>Functions worksheet

> Science - Ch. 13 - 1 Directed Reading cont.

Day 3:

>NOTES Linear Functions Graphing

> Science - Ch. 13 - 1 Quiz Day 4:

> Linear Functions Graphing

> Science - Ch. 13 - 2 Directed Reading

Day 5:

> Integers in All operations

> Science - Ch. 13 - 2 Directed Reading cont.

**Day 1:**

**Week of 5/11/2020 Last week of Online Class Meetings**

Please see Sunday email from Mrs. Ledesma for schedule to return books, Chromebooks, and pick up student property next week.Please see Sunday email from Mrs. Ledesma for schedule to return books, Chromebooks, and pick up student property next week.

> Review 2-step Equations

> Science - Ch. 13 - 2 Quiz

Day 2:

>Review Inequalities - Substitution

> Science - Ch. 13 - 3 Directed Reading

Day 3:

>Review Order of Operations - PEMDAS

> Science - Ch. 13 - 3 Directed Reading cont.

Day 4:

> Review calculating the Percent of a Number

> Science - Ch. 13 - 3 Quiz

Day 5:

> Review Finding a Discount and the Final Price

> Science - Ch. 13 Test

8th grade Science -

4/27/2020 - Ch. 12-2 Quiz due Wednesday. (It should take 1-2 weeks to complete the reading and Directed Readings for each Chapter.) Chapter Test due Monday, 5/4/2020. I am uploading quizzes/tests and KEYS to Directed Readings and Assessments to

**Science subpage.**Online versions are available in my Google Classroom.

5/4 - 5/15 Ch. 13 pacing is independent, but a suggested timeline is included on the daily schedule. Quizzes and Test will be attached by Tuesday. Chromebooks and Textbooks will be turned in the week of May 18th.

**Ch. 9 - complete by Wednesday, April 15. Then jump to Ch. 12. Class MEET sessions to be held regularly - Codes in Google Classrooms Monday Check-in for ALL students at 3:15 7th grade - Tuesday and Thursday at 3:00 PM for New Lesson - extra practice time at end 2:30 PM for small group help on previous skill 8th grade - Wednesday and Friday at 3:00 PM for New Lesson - extra practice time at end 2:30 PM for small group help on previous skill "Paper Copies" of Quizzes and Tests can be printed off of the subpage labeled Science Quizzes and Tests. Optional Math pages will be on the Math Assignments subpage. (In progress) Codes are listed in my Google Classrooms and remain the same.**I will record the academic portion of each MEET so you can go back if you need help remembering what we did or could not make it to that session. If you do not have access to something, please email.

**ATTENTION**- These assignments are suggestions to all. No one's grade will be impacted by the work that is done, or not done, at this time. If I am not personally teaching you, I am not personally grading you! All work is optional and at your own pace. Don't give up and don't stress.

**NO WORRIES!**

**HOWEVER**, practicing your math facts or making up a game for others to practice with you is always helpful. If you make up a board game using skills we have learned, I promise we will play it when we return.

**Math**- Please do at least

**1 regular iReady lesson per day**if you can get online. I will also assign several lessons to each student that will give them practice in deficit skills. My

**Google Classrooms**will be updated with IXL skills they can practice. When they make a mistake, they are supposed to scroll down to see what went wrong. I will be

**available by email from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.**If you have questions out of that time frame, email anyway. I may see it at night, or I will get back to you the next day.

**Science**- Each student should have their workbook in their backpack. They should continue reading the hardcover and answering the questions in the workbook. I will update the sections for each grade, and possible links to

**BrainPop**, etc. I will post Quizzes and Tests to be completed as Scavenger Hunts. Use the Headings, Pictures, and Graphs to find the answers, or go online and see what you can find. REMEMBER to spend plenty of time moving around. At least every 20 minutes you should stand up, take a walk, do a dance, clean the house! Check out GO NOODLE online for some fun active time.

**General Info**Please check this site for occasional special notices. I will only assign homework if I believe the students can work on it independently. The 2 pages I have been sending home each week should be review and drill work they need. I include the Keys so they can check their work. You may take the keys and check it yourself to help them. I spend a great deal of time in class going over examples of the math concepts. We use calculators on most assignments so they can master the general concept and method. Please feel free to have your student work on basic math facts whenever possible. Children learn best when given real situations in which to use these skills, so take them shopping with you. Give them a phone calculator, and have them figure out the bill. Ask them to make up a math problem and you can both work to figure it out. Collect the coins you get for change and have them count them. Everyone needs to practice their math skills, right?!

**AT ALL TIMES - If your student has no math work to do at home and you want them to get extra practice, they may go online to their iReady account and do an iReady lesson. It gives specific lessons on what each individual student is missing on assessments. The lessons are approximately 15 - 25 minutes long if they focus. Do not overdo the homework for them, but this is better screen time than 3 hours with a video game. I can track their progress by date, time spent on the lesson, and accuracy.**