Hello Bobcats
2019-2020


UPDATED: MAY 7

 

Monday

(English (ELA) Day)

Tuesday

(Math Day)

Wednesday

(History)

Thursday

(Science)

Friday

(ELA/Math/History/Science)

8:00 -9:30am

Planning / Meeting / Emails

Planning / Meeting / Emails

Planning / Meeting / Emails

Planning / Meeting / Emails

Planning / Meeting / Emails

9:30 – 10:30am

MORNING INSTRUCTION

 MORNING INSTRUCTION  MORNING INSTRUCTION  MORNING INSTRUCTION MORNING INSTRUCTION

11:00 am –12:30pm

INSTRUCTION

(Individual/Group)

INSTRUCTION

(Individual/Group)

INSTRUCTION

(Individual/Group)

INSTRUCTION

(Individual/Group)

INSTRUCTION

(Individual/Group)

1:00pm – 2:00pm

Virtual Office Hours

Virtual Office Hours

Virtual Office Hours

Virtual Office Hours

Virtual Office Hours

2:30 – 3:00

     








Hello Everyone,

I hope you all are doing well during this unfortunate time. I encourage you all to continue to practice your Math skills, Read at least 20 minutes a day, Write often and step out and Enjoy some fresh air for a few minutes a day, just remember to practice social distancing.

I am here if anyone has questions or just wants to talk. You can always email me: madisosl@pwcs.edu . Also, I will be creating Flipgrids for everyone to stay in touch during this time apart. Download the free app.

----------->Go to Mr. Madison's Flipgrid  <-----      Student Log In: Use your Lunch Number

The log in should be your lunch number. ( I HOPE) 😊 – email me if that doesn’t work.

Please Remember To Check Back For Updates

Below you will find information for all subjects. In BOLD are areas covered during the year.

ENGLISH 6/7 Content Covered

*Expand vocabulary using: root words, prefixes, suffixes, synonyms/antonyms, context clues.

*Read and demonstrate comprehension of a variety of fictional and nonfiction texts.

*Identify setting, character development, plot, conflict, resolution, theme, point of view, cause and effect, compare/contrast.

*Make predictions, inferences, and conclusions. Use reading strategies.

*Writing with capitalization, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, paragraphing, and standard English.

Math 6 - Content Covered

*Ratios & Proportions * Fraction, Decimal, Percent * Integers & Order of Operations (GEMDAS) * Solving Word Problems (multistep) * Multiplying & Dividing Fractions

Math 7 - Content Covered

*Ratios & Proportions * Fraction, Decimal, Percent * Integers & Order of Operations (GEMDAS) * Solving Word Problems (multistep) * Multiplying, Dividing, Adding & Subtracting Fractions * Square Roots/Perfect Square * Power of 10 * Scientific Notation * Absolute Value * Volume and Surface Area *One- and Two-step Equations *  Algebraic Expressions

US History 6 - Content Covered

*Geography (World/US)  *Native American Tribe  *European Exploration *Colonial America *Cause and Effect of the French and Indian War *Causes of the Revolutionary War

US History 7 - Content Covered

*New Nation *Civil War * The Reconstruction Era * Westward Expansion * Immigration *Segregation/ Jim Crow *Industrialization * Woman Suffrage

Civics 8 - Content Covered

*Branches of Government *Federalism *US Constitution * The Declaration of Independence *Founding Documents *Separation of Power 

Science 6/8 - Content Covered

Matter

*Atomic structure, *Elements, *Chemical symbols, bonds, formulas, and equations

Energy Forms & Transformation

*Sun’s role in the formation of energy sources, *Earth’s energy budget, *Energy transformations

Earth’s Water

*The role of water in physical and chemical weathering

Science 7 - Content Covered

* Scientific Method and Experiments * Cells & Organelles *Processes of Living Things *Genetics *Mitosis * Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration


 

Resources Used In Class

IXL -  Go to IXL      (USE FOR ALL SUBJECTS)

Students are encouraged to access IXL to practice the above skills.  Students may log in using their lunch# and birthday (mmddyyyy) for passwords. Also, students may log in thru Clever using the QC badges. (Please Contact Me If Information Is Needed)

Read Theory - Your Path to Read Theory

Students may continue to practice their reading comprehension skills by answering a variety of questions regarding a passage at their levels. Log in: Students PWCS issued username  Password: Reading01

  

Students may access BrainPop using by logging into CLEVER - They may log in using their clever badges or by going through Office365.