Monthly Archives: September 2009

Pre-Algebra HW 9/30

7-1:  Finish the “Scientific Notation, Pt. 2 ” sheet. 7-2:  Finish the “Multiplication by 1/10, 1/100, etc.” sheet.

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Sci HW

7-3 finish constants and variables worksheet

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Humanities HW 9/30

7-1, 7-3 1. Describe in detail the story of how the Vikings came to America.  Make sure you tell the whole story, why did they come, how long did they stay, why did they leave. 2. Describe and explain 4 … Continue reading

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Humanities HW 9/29

7-2 1. On a separate sheet of paper, write an explanation of the land bridge theory. Make sure you clearly explain each detail. Don’t discuss the evidence here just tell me what the story is in your own words. This … Continue reading

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Sci HW 1/29

7-1 & 7-2: FINISH OBSSERVATIONS AND INFERENCES WORKSHEET

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Pre-Algebra HW 9/25

7-1:  1)  Finish the “What Would You Rather Do?” sheet.  2)  Do on p. 70-71 #1, 5, 20, 23, 25.  Show work for all except #1. 7-2:  Do the “Powers” and “Scientific Notation Part II” sheets (front and back).

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Humanities HW 9/25

7-3, 7-1 1. Explain in your own words the “Land Bridge Theory” of how people came to America. Only use the textbook and class notes, do not use the internet to answer this. Your answer should be at least a … Continue reading

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Pre-Algebra HW 9/24

7-1:  Do the “Multiplication by 10, 100, 1000, etc. ” sheet. 7-2: 1)  Finish the “What Would You Rather Do?” sheet.2)  Do on p. 70-71 #1, 5, 20, 23, 25.  Show work for all except #1.

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English Homework #5

Write a paragraph responding to the quiz question: How did Julia Alvarez feel when she was asked where she was from? Explain your answer with the paragraph structure from class. Make sure you are using evidence from the text to … Continue reading

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English Homework #4 All 7th Grade

Find four examples for each type of sentence. (Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative, and Exclamatory) You can find these sentences in a newspaper, magazine, or independent reading book. Make sure you list where you get these sentences. You should have 16 sentences … Continue reading

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