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-Team G will post the weekly calendar and important reminders on a weekly basis.  Postings will be made on Friday by noon.  If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Troxell at troxellt@fpsct.org.  Check back frequently for updates.

Team Teachers:
Ms. Troxell - Team Leader and Language Arts
Mrs. Block - Science
Mrs. Fielding, Ms. Narvesen -Math  
Mr. Lizarraga, Mrs. Gordon - Spanish, French

Mr. Guignino, Mr. Warchut - Social Studies
Mrs. Szabo, Ms. Praven - Social Studies/Reading
Mr. Perrone - Special Education

 

                                                     WELCOME TO TEAM G!

                                                     Friday, April 24th, 2015

                     

 

LANGUAGE ARTS:..Work on your PSA 20 minutes...tomorrow we begin research...

Science:  Decide your group homework: Complete to part 4 of the "Creature Family" assessment. Bring any art supplies by Monday to start your family model.  Continue to work on your science independent reading book.  Book responses will be due April 30th.

MRS. FIELDING:  

Geometry  

10.6 Volume of a Sphere

10.3-10.5 Quiz Fri.

Unit G Assessment next week (T/W)?

 Math 8:

10 min on the work you chose today; finish the yellow paper (create problems)

Español: Sr. L Handout- EMOCIONES and SENTIRSE handout

Français: M. L = - RESTAURANT- ETUDIEZ!  Examen demain

SOCIAL STUDIES: (Mr. Guignino) Using your evidence sources ( T-chart notes, research notes, and Main Arguments Chart) complete the first page of the outline for the Death Penalty Essay - Introduction Section for Monday's class.  Those of you behind on research notes must be caught up by Monday.  Worth 10 points.

 

(Mr. Warchut)  Prepare your 4 Note Cards for Monday's debate.  Each card should relate to one of our major arguments and needs to have 3 important facts and one question for the opposing side.

Independent Reading (20 minutes)

 

 


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