You were given an "exam contract" in class - take a few minutes to review the choices from the contract.
You must READ your contract, view the choices, and select any combination you wish that will total 100 points and count as your final exam grade for semester one.
CLICK THIS LITTLE BOY'S FACE
FOR A COPY OF THE EXAM CONTRACT
Once you have made your selections, you will record these on your paper contract. This contract then must be signed by you, your mom or dad, and a SOMS principal, counselor, I-Coach or advisory teacher.
The signed contract is due December 5 and will equal a daily grade.
You may view the semester exam schedule and early release times here:
The signed contract will also become 10 points of your final exam grade. This will be in addition to the 100 points you have selected to count as your final grade.
Please click on each of the following links. This will direct you to a page the explains each contract choice in detail as well as providing point values & due dates for each choice.
YOU HAVE TWO THINGS TO DO TODAY AND MAY DO THEM IN ANY ORDER: 1. Log in to Skyward to take your safety exam - this is done ALONE!!!!!! CLICK HERE TO TAKE SAFETY TEST USER NAME: L L L L L F F F 000 PASSWORD: your lunch number 2. With a partner or alone, view the video you see here. Do the following on the half sheet of paper from your teacher:
write a definition in the first space
give three examples of each word in the second space
consider your home or school and give three of each you will see this weekend.
THE HALF SHEET OF PAPER IS AN EXIT TICKET SO BE SURE TO DO A GOOD JOB
After all presentations, click on the following link to sign in and take your lab safety test. You may do this from your phone, from an ipad, from your home computer, at lunch....wherever you have internet access.
COPY THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS and ANSWER. YOUR TEST IS WEDNESDAY 1. A factory is located by a river. What are two ways it can cause pollution? 2. If more gasoline driven cars are used, what will happen to thesupply of this nonrenewable resource? 3. Define primary succession and secondary succession. Draw a picture of each 4. Explain what each of these biomes is like. include plants, animals and climate of each tundra, desert, grasslands, rainforest coniferous forest deciduous forest 5. Define the following terms and give examples of each: weathering erosion deposition 6. Define abiotic & biotic. Give examples of each in an ecosystem
7. Explain the difference between a producer & a consumer