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Garnet Team Homework

 Welcome to the Garnet Team homework page.  Parents should assume that students have homework each night.  In order to help with that, this page serves as a supplementary guide to allow both parents and students to check up on their daily homework.  This site is updated on a daily basis by the Garnet Team teachers.  This site does not replace the need for the student to be resposible and record his/her homework each day.  Also, please note that homework may be assigned in the Google Classroom for each subject, so it may not always appear on this page.

Homework for: Tuesday, April 25, 2017

 

Mrs. Detri - English/Language Arts: 

  •  READ! Don't forget to record your daily reading on your running bookmark! Continue working on reading evidence to submit! Remember, evidence can be submitted at any time throughout the quarter. Do not settle for just one book...you can read more than that!!! 
  • Earbuds are needed for PARCC testing! You must bring them for tomorrow, 4/26!
  • Finish rebuttal paragraph if not already done & continue working on conclusion and works cited page (easybib)

 

  • Mr. St. Sauveur - Math/Algebra I

 SAINT'S SITE- 

https://sites.google.com/site/saintspage/announcements

 

Mrs. McCurdy - Science

Binder Check Wednesday 1/25

 

 

*******************You can access the book online!*******************************

Go to              https://www.pearsonsuccessnet.com 

                       user name: classmccurdy

                       password: student1

 

Mr. Almeida - American History

Gameboard tasks for April Vacation that will keep you on schedule:

-Work on writing a rough draft of rules for the game (Share with Mr. Almeida, please!)

-Re-do all cards with corrections for final print (These will only be needed when gameboard is due!)
-Re-do any 5 (or lower) scored game cards to be regraded for a 7 score
-Complete your Google Slides presentation
-Prepare/gather/buy any needed supplies to bring to school
-Prepare/create your own game playing piece to bring to school
-Print any needed pictures for your Gameboard to bring to school
-Complete any drawings for your Gameboard to bring to school
-Create any 3-D graphics/objects for your Gameboard to bring to school
-Print any titles or word items for your Gameboard to bring to school
-Work on or complete the typed rules for your game (share them in Google Doc)
-Before FRIDAY, APRIL 21st - Email or google chat with your fellow group members to discuss the status of the project

Final Scenario cards for gameboard completion must be:

  • printed  & cut out in 3x5 card format
  • double-spaced
  • in font sizes of  11 or 12