Eighth Grade Day 163

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Today’s Assignments: Day 163

Today in Visual/Performing Arts, you will continue to learn about the history of animation.

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Reading/Literature 8
Read and Log
Read for 30 minutes. Record in your Reading Log.

  1. Pick out a reading book
  2. Reading Log
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Language Arts 8
Presentation

Create a presentation using your presentation software about what you read in Reading/Literature today. Include text, multimedia, and formatting such as headings and lists. Use the Research Center to gather additional information while citing and categorizing your sources. You’ll work on this assignment today and tomorrow.

  1. Research Center

Spelling Sentences: Write each spelling word in a sentence.

  1. Digital Worksheet
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Math 8
Statistics and Probability

Follow along, taking notes, while watching the video using Grid Paper to learn about the difference between categorical and quantitative variables.

  1. Categorical Variable
  2. Categorical vs. Quantitative Data
  3. Grid Paper
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History/Social Studies 8
The Technological Revolution

Take notes while reading about the Information Age. Use the Research Center to learn more.

  1. Information Age
  2. Information Age Overview
  3. Information Age
  4. History Timeline of the World Wide Web
  5. Research Center
  6. Lined Paper
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Science 8
Density and Buoyancy

Take notes while watching the video and reading more about Buoyancy. Use the Research Center to learn more.

  1. Buoyancy and Archimedes Principle
  2. How Buoyancy Works
  3. Buoyancy, How it Works
  4. Buoyancy
  5. Buoyancy
  6. Research Center
  7. Lined Paper
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Visual and Performing Arts 8
Art

Take notes while reading about the Flip Book, a primitive form of animation to further your understand of how animation works. Use the Research Center to learn more. Create your own flip book!

  1. Flipbook Animation: Techniques & Mind-Blowing Examples
  2. History of Flip Books and the Moving Image
  3. Flip Book
  4. Research Center
  5. Lined Paper
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Physical Education 8
Calisthenics
Do the following exercises and record them in your P.E. Log. First stretch. Then do a minimum of 20 jumping jacks, 5 lunges on each leg, 10 sit ups, and 10 push ups.

  1. P.E. Log
  2. Calisthenics
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This Weeks Spelling Words
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journalist
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picnicking
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indigenous
swagger
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