Mr. Markow's Homework

Homework for Science Classes

2017-2018 - Trimester 1

Science 5/6
We are slowly introducing students to the Science Fair and Connecticut Invention Convention (CIC) process.  Homework assignments with (CIC) are related to these. 

12/7  Read pg 1-3 in invention log
12/4  List of 10 problems due Thurs
12/1  List of 10 problems due Thurs
11/30  Problem solving process
11/27   Owed work/redos for Trimester 1
11/22  No class
11/21  No class
11/20  Problem Solving Process (CIC)
11/17  Study graph packet and notes (assessment last week of Nov.)
11/16  Study graph packet and notes (assessment last week of Nov.)
11/13  No hw
11/10  No school
11/9  No hw
11/6  Build a graph
11/3 Interpreting data from a graph
11/2  No hw
10/30 No hw 


Science 7/8
We are slowly introducing students to the Science Fair and Connecticut Invention Convention (CIC) process.  Homework assignments with (CIC) are related to these. 

12/6  Outline for paragraph - interpreting tree ring graph
12/5  Plan your day sheet
12/4  List of 10+brainstorm problems for Thurs.
12/1  List of 10+brainstorm problems for Thurs.
11/29  List of 12 problems for Thurs.
11/28  Problem solving process
11/27  Redos for end of Trimester
11/22  No hw

11/21  Excel graphs and Problem Solving Process due Wed.
11/20  Excel graphs (in-class project) and Problem Solving Process  (CIC) due Wed.
11/17  No hw

11/15  Dizzy Plants lab part 1 due Friday
11/14  Dizzy Plants lab part 1 due Friday
11/10  no school
11/8  No hw
11/7  No hw
11/6  4 excel graphs
11/3  4 excel graphs




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.