# Week 13A, Monday Time Lesson/Activity Materials 8:15 8:50

```Week 13A, Monday
Time
Lesson/Activity
Materials
8:15
8:50
9:00
9:20
9:20
10:20
Elective: Math Differentiation
Math 8: Graphs &amp; Equations, 3.2.1. How can I check
1. Homework Due: 64-68
2. Objective: Solving Equations and Testing the
Solution
3. Homework: 73-77
Resource Page
Algebra Tiles
10:20
11:20
Science 8: Earth History, Investigation 4, My
Sediments Exactly, Part 6: Making Shale
Group:
Hand lenses
Plastic spoon
Plastic cup
Container of sandstone
Lab notebook, 35
Morning Meeting:
Objective:
Content 01. Sediments that settle in water form flat,
horizontal layers; each new layer of sediment is
distinct.
Investigate. Model the formation of shale
Class:
Powdered clay
Plaster of Paris
6-liter basin
Materials of sediment
30-cc syringe
Explain. Identify the sediment on shale
Mid-Summative Exam 4
Content 02. The present is the key to the past;
geological processes that we observe today most likely
occurred in the same way throughout Earth’s history.
11:20
12:10
12:10
1:00
Recess/Lunch
Math 7: Building Expressions, 3.2.4. How can I
represent it? Day 1 of 2
4. Homework Due: 97-98
5. Objective: Using variables to represent
quantities in word problems
6. Homework: 99-101
None
1:00
2:00
Science 7: Zebrafish Investigation, Part 1, Systems of
the Body and Disease, Day 4 of 5
Class:
Disease Article
Laptop
Objective:
Content 01. Diseases can negatively affect human body
systems
Investigate. Find how disease affects a specific body
system and how zebrafish research can potentially find
a cure.
Explain. Answer the following questions based off of
information collected from the previous body system
poster and an article related to the previously
researched body system.
1. What is your body system and how does benefit
2. How can disease negatively affect your body’s
homeostasis?
3. How are zebrafish used to find a cure for this
disease?
2:00
2:50
2:50
3:05
Caregiver Pick-up
Tuesday
Time
Lesson/Activity
Materials
8:15
9:00
9:00
9:20
9:20
10:20
Elective: Math Differentiation
Math 8: Graphs &amp; Equations, 3.2.2. How many
solutions are there?
7. Homework Due: 73-77
8. Objective: Determining the number of
solutions
9. Homework: 82-86
Resource Page
Algebra Tiles
10:20
11:20
Science 8: Earth History, Investigation 5, Limestone,
Part 1: Limestone Ingredients
Group:
Plastic cup
Plastic lid with holes
Straws
Lab Notebook, 37
Morning Meeting
Objective:
Content. Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed
mainly of calcium carbonate.
Investigate. Investigate how carbon dioxide contributes
to the precipitation of calcium carbonate in water.
Explain. Identify the sediments in limestone
11:20
12:10
12:10
12:30
12:30
2:00
Class:
Calcium Hydroxide
Plastic cup
Plastic lid with hole
Transparency 24
goggles
Recess/Lunch
Service Learning Carnival
None
Science 7: Zebrafish Investigation, Part 1, Systems of
the Body and Disease, Day 5 of 5
Class:
Disease Article
Laptop
Objective:
Content 01. Diseases can negatively affect human body
systems
Investigate. Find how disease affects a specific body
system and how zebrafish research can potentially find
a cure.
Explain. Answer the following questions based off of
information collected from the previous body system
poster and an article related to the previously
researched body system.
1. What is your body system and how does benefit