Monday, September 9, 2019

We are continuing our study of the Legislative Branch. Using Internet Explorer, go to this site:

https://www.icivics.org/games/lawcraft

Play the game and fill out this worksheet:

K/1 Week of 9/9/19

by Jessica Meeker on September 9, 2019

Posted in: 1st Grade,Kindergarten

Spelling Words

  • had
  • you
  • brown
  • cap
  • map

Vocabulary

  • valley: a long area of low land between two mountains
  • fine: very good; excellent
  • rushing: moving quickly
  • roared: to make a deep shout in anger
  • trampled: to be stepped on; crushed

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Objective: to finish discussing or answering comprehension questions regarding deaf culture and history in the movie Through Deaf Eyes

Monday:

I’ll be out.

Finish movie packet and work on Quizlet- first 5 activities (computers)

Tuesday:

Guess Who? game using signs- pick partners

Quizlet live

Wednesday:

WB Unit 5 http://www.startasl.com

Thursday: Hang the labels as a class

Friday: quiz

Week of Sept 9

by Amy Wiles on September 9, 2019

Posted in: 3rd Grade,4th Grade,WINGS Advanced

Here is a link to the newsletter that went home Friday.  Spelling words are included in the newsletter.

Newsletter Week 6

by Betty VanAlstyne on September 9, 2019

Posted in: Uncategorized

Sept. 9/9 – 9/13

by Courtney Adkins on September 9, 2019

Posted in: 3rd Grade

3rd Grade Spelling Words

  • upon
  • thought
  • gun
  • strong
  • story
  • burst
  • strip
  • stream
  • street
  • distance
  • least
  • hundred
  • east
  • zero
  • nothing
  • amount

2nd Grade Spelling Words

  • at
  • be
  • this
  • have
  • big
  • pig
  • dig wig

9-9-19

by Karen Cornelius on September 9, 2019

Posted in: 3rd Grade,4th Grade

Spelling and vocabulary this week.

Two weeks left of the grading period.

Here is the way we will finish Term 1:  Monday – Wednesday this week, we will discuss net vs. gross income, where the money goes, and how to maximize savings and income.  

Thursday and Friday of this week we will discuss the elements of credit and “debt snowball”.

Next Monday, we will explore parts of a mortgage and compare housing loans and costs of loans.

Next Tuesday through Friday, we will look at insurance, investments, and risk.  We will calculate simple and compound interests.

 

Questions to be answered about Consumer Credit…

  1. What is the purpose of the Fair Credit Reporting Act?
  2. What is the purpose of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act?
  3. What is the purpose of the Fair Credit Billing Act and the Electronic Fund Transfer Act?
  4. What is the purpose of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act?

Vocabulary due Tuesday at the beginning of the period.  Words are about credit cards and include annual fee, annual percentage rate (APR), credit line, cash back/rewards, balance, and minimum payment.

  1. What is the purpose of the Fair Credit Reporting Act