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This Week at ZMS...

For the week of March 1 - March 4: 
 

Science 

This week in class the 7th Graders will be taking their final test over Matter. In this exam they will prove to me that they have mastered their vocabulary as well as other main target points throughout the semester. Additional time will be given for end of the semester make-up work.

 

This week in class the 8th Graders will be taking their final test over Genetics. In this exam they will prove to me that they have mastered their vocabulary as well as other main target points throughout the semester. Additional time will be given for end of the semester make-up work.

 

Math 

7th Grade students will retake the percent test and review proportional relationships.  We will finish the week with the 7.RP final.

 

8th grade students will retake the angle relationship test.  Students will then work with volume of cylinders, spheres, and cones to prepare for the geometry final.  

 

PE

Distance 7th Grade P.E. will continue focusing on Active listening (asking questions & giving feedback) along with stretching, low impact and aerobic workouts.

In Person P.E. will be working on Frisbee throwing skills &  waking outside as part of warmups when weather permits.

 

Social Studies

In 7th Grade Social Studies the students will finish their semester with the Great Depression.  They will focus on Dust Bowl and the cause and effect it had on the Farmers. 

 

In 8th Grade Social Studies we are putting an end to the Revolutionary War and all the battles that gave us our independence.  The students will turn in their Battle Maps that they have been working hard on this week and will be celebrating the victory of the Revolutionary War!

 

ELA

This week in 8th grade ELA we will continue to study The Holocaust. We will analyze propaganda and the impact it had on the average German citizen. 

 

 In 7th grade ELA we will continue our study on Brain Science. We will compare Phineas' injuries and the developments that followed in the study of the brain and how it functions.