Elearning Assignments Wednesday 12/09/20

  • E-Learning Day 12/09/20 Wednesday

    The E-learning is For Ms. Abbey’s classes only! Please attend all of your other Teachers’ class meetings today.

    The assignments below are for Ms. Abbey’s: Period 1: Health; Period 3: Biology I; Period 7: Wolfpack    

    If you are a student in P1, P3, or P7 and you do not have these subjects, please apply the steps of the lessons to the course you are assigned to work on during these class periods. 

    Health

    Lesson Description - I can identify, record, and recall essential information related to the health and development of humans.

    Complete a tutorial and notes. Send notes to labbey@mcas.k12.in.us. Take a mastery test, if time permits.

    Steps of the lesson:

    1. Open the tutorial
    2. Open your notes and continue working. If you complete your notes, you may take a Mastery Test.
    3. To complete the lesson, please send me a copy of the notes that you worked on this period.

    To obtain new notes, go to the Resource folder located in each tutorial.

    Biology I

    Lesson Description - I can strengthen my knowledge of basic biology through an introduction to biology and biochemistry, focusing on the roles of and differences between plant and animal cells, learning about the functions of different organ systems and cell division and the role of DNA and chromosomes in passing traits from parents to offspring.   

    Complete a tutorial and notes. Send notes to labbey@mcas.k12.in.us. Take a mastery test, if time permits.

    Steps of the lesson:

    1. Open the tutorial
    2. Open your notes and continue working. If you complete your notes, you may take a Mastery Test.
    3. To complete the lesson, please send me a copy of the notes that you worked on this period.

     To obtain new notes, go to the Resource folder located in each tutorial.

    Wolf Pack Hour

    Train your brain - Please pick the subject that you would like to work on for this period. Open something.  You’re in charge of the time.  You may take breaks as often as you would like.  And you can move from subject to subject.  The challenge is to see if you can work until 2:15.  How will you schedule the work? Timer? Is the space around you right?  Is it too loud?  Too quiet?  Should you be sitting up?  See what works and get rid of what doesn’t work.  Give your brain some time and attention.  It likes exercise. And you’ll like the results.  So today, practicing this is the assignment. 

    To complete the assignment, send me a short message, telling me how it went.