Mr. Markow's Homework

Homework for Science Classes

2016-2017 - Trimester 3

Science 5/6
3/27  Start designing cover and make progress on plate boundary pages
3/24  No hw - 5th did CMT practice
3/23  No class
3/22  Plate boundaries and fault pages (creative self-design)
3/21  No class - SLC prep
3/20  8 pages done and bound at this point - some students need to get caught up.
3/17  No school - PD
3/16  No class
3/15  Snow Day - No class
3/14  Snow Day - No class
3/13  Sources Page overdue and Fossilization page
3/10 Snow day
3/9  No class
3/8  Progress on overdue pages
3/7  Sources Page Gr 5 for HW - grade 6 was due today 
3/6  No class - Field Trip

Science 7/8
3/27  No hw - Rubric design in class
3/24  No class
3/23  No hw - Weather forecasts today
3/22  SLC no class
3/21  SLC prep - no class
3/20  Weather forecast presentations
3/17  No school - PD
3/16  Forecast presentations start next class
3/15  Snow Day - No class
3/14  Snow Day - No class
3/13  No morning class - Brooker.  Afternoon work on weather forecast notecatcher and then outline

3/10 Snow day
3/9  7th grade writing field trip
3/8  No class - SLC prep
3/7 20 min class - Worked on outline
3/6  No class - Field Trip

Math 8
3/27  Next class Pre-alg skills assessment
3/24  No hw
3/23  SLC No class
3/22  SLC no class - CMT practice 
3/21  Fir  Mid-module 3 assessment 
3/20  Ex. 3.7-3.9 due Fri
3/17   No school - PD
3/16  Ex. 3.5
3/15  Snow Day - No class
3/14  Snow Day - No class
3/13  No hw - exit tickets in class

3/10 Snow day
3/9  No hw
3/8  No class - SLC prep
3/7  Exercises 3.4
3/6  No class - Field Trip

Helpful Homework Reminders

  • Homework is assigned as a means of practicing and reinforcing skills learned in class. 
  • Occasionally homework might include a new concept to pre-teach material. 
  • Science students are also given time at home to complete/edit lab reports before turning in because labs are test grades.  Be careful not to lose these.
  • If you were absent, this page provides some information, but please check in with your teachers to see what else you missed, particularly labwork.
  • Complete homework to the best of your ability.  Instead of leaving blanks, write what you think is a correct or partially correct answer, or write a question you would like the teacher to answer in order to help you understand the assignment.  In math, a teacher can help more easily if they can see your mistakes.  Do not leave blanks.
  • All math homework starts with a heading (page, problems and date).  Number the problem, write the original problem, show your work and circle your answer.  Word problems and science lab problems require units.