Mr. Markow's Homework

Homework for Science Classes

2017-2018 - Trimester 3

Science 5/6

5/3  Annotate and highlight lab procedure
4/30 No hw
4/27  No hw
4/26  No hw
4/23  Atoms
4/13  No hw
4/12  5 and 6 in Properties of matter
4/9  Read and start thinking about #5 & 6
4/6  #6 on Matter activity
4/5  No class 1 pm dismissal
4/2  No hw - Mystery object observations in class
3/30 no school
3/29  No class - assembly
3/26 - No hw  -Solar energy in class
3/23 - No hw
3/22 - Assembly - No class
3/20 No class
3/19 Substitute

Science 7/8

5/2  Reproduction Quiz Wed/Fri
5/1  Reproduction Quiz Wed/Fri
4/30  Reproduction Quiz Wed/Fri
4/27 Study new reproduction notes each night
4/25 Study new reproduction notes each night
4/24 Study new reproduction notes each night
4/23 Study new reproduction notes each night
4/13 No hw
4/11 Study new reproduction notes each night
4/10  Study new reproduction notes each night
4/9  Study new reproduction notes each night
4/6  No class - Field Trip
4/4  Plant lab due Friday - Discussion in class today
4/3  Plant lab due Friday - Data table and graph in class today
4/2   Plant lab due Friday
3/28  Plant lab due next Friday - Part 1 in class today
3/27 No class - SLC practice in morning
3/26  Edit/revise Pendulum paragraph - self-assessment
3/23  Pre-writing for pendulum paragraph, Parent signature on letter
3/21  Research for pendulum, Parent signature on letter
3/20 Finish editing paragraph for projectile motion, Parent signature on letter
3/19 Research for Pendulum phenomenon, Parent signature on letter

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.
  • When absent from school, 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.