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  1. QUARTER 3 ADVISORY

  2. WELCOME BACK ADVISORY! SIT IN YOUR ENRICHMENT SEAT FOR NOW.

  3. FEBRUARY 4, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 5-6-7-E-1 ORGANIZATION DAY! 10 MINUTE LOCKER CLEAN OUT! ANNOUCEMENTS.

  4. FEBRUARY 5, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 2-3-4-E-5 AGENDA CHECKMAGIC POSTER “CLASS” AND “GROUNDS” BOXES ANNOUCEMENTS

  5. FEBRUARY 6, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 6-7-1-lunch-E/Assembly ANNOUCEMENTS

  6. FEBRUARY 7, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 2-3-4-E-5 ANNOUCEMENTS TO CAFETERIA

  7. FEBRUARY 8, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 6-7-1-E-2 ANNOUCEMENTS WHO ARE YOU? (WRITING ACTIVITY) TELL ME ABOUT YOUR FAMILY. WHAT TYPES OF THINGS DO YOU LIKE? WHAT ARE YOUR STRENGTHS- WHAT ARE YOU GOOD AT? WHAT ARE YOUR WEAKNESSES – WHAT THINGS COULD YOU IMPROVE ON? ANYTHING YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE ABOUT YOU!

  8. FEBRUARY 11, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 3-4-5-E-6 ANNOUCEMENTS GET READY FOR THE WEEK! WHAT DO YOU LIKE BEST ABOUT YOURSELF? (EX. GOOD LISTENER) WHY? (CHOOSE 2) WHAT IS ONE QUALITY ABOUT YOURSELF YOU DON’T LIKE BUT YOU ACCEPT?

  9. WHAT YOU LIKE ABOUT YOURSELF! WHAT DO YOU LIKE BEST ABOUT YOURSELF? (EX. GOOD LISTENER) WHY? (CHOOSE 2 QUALITIES) 1. 2. WHAT IS ONE QUALITY ABOUT YOURSELF YOU DON’T LIKE BUT YOU ACCEPT? EXPLAIN. 1. BARRIERS – WHAT GETS IN THE WAY? SOLUTIONS – WHAT CAN YOU DO TO FIX IT?

  10. FEBRUARY 12, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 7-1-2-E-3 ANNOUCEMENTS AGENDA CHECKWHAT ARE YOU GOOD AT? WHAT DO YOU DO IN YOUR FREE TIME? (EX. HOBBY, SPORT ART, DANCE) BE DETAILED. (EX. I AM STRONG IN THE BUTTERFLY STROKE. I HAVE GOOD EXTENSION THRU MY SHOULDERS!)

  11. WHAT ARE YOU GOOD AT?! WHAT ARE YOU GOOD AT? (HOBBY, SPORT, DANCE, DRAWING) CHOOSE 3 AREAS THAT YOU EXCEL WITHIN THAT ACTIVITY? (SPEED, STRENGTH, DETAIL IN DRAWING) 1. 2. 3. BARRIERS – WHAT GETS IN THE WAY OF YOU IMPROVING IN YOUR SKILL? SOLUTIONS – WHAT CAN YOU DO TO IMPROVE YOUR SKILL?

  12. FEBRUARY 14, 2013Happy Valentine’s Day! UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 1-2-3-E-4 ANNOUCEMENTS SETTING GOALS

  13. SETTING GOALS! SET 3 GOALS 1. ACADEMIC - 2. SOCIAL- 3.PERSONAL - BARRIERS – WHAT GETS IN THE WAY OF YOU ACCOMPLISHING YOUR GOALS? SOLUTIONS – WHAT CAN YOU DO TO REACH YOUR GOALS?

  14. FEBRUARY 15, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 5-6-7-E-1 ANNOUCEMENTS HEALTHY TALK – THINKING HEALTHY THOUGHTS WHEN YOU ARE FEELING UNSURE OF YOURSELF. -YOUR OWN CHEERLEADER. A WAY OF ENCOURAGING YOURSELF BY SAYING OR THINKING HEALTHY STATEMENTS TO YOURSELF.

  15. HEALTHY TALK 3 HEALTHY TALK STATEMENTS YOU SAY TO YOURSELF 1. 2. 3. BARRIERS – WHAT NEGATIVE STATEMENTS GET IN THE WAY OF POSITIVE STATEMENTS. SOLUTIONS – HOW CAN YOU REPLACE THOSE NEGATIVE THOUGHTS?

  16. FEBRUARY 19, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 2-3-4-E-5 ANNOUCEMENTS AGENDA CHECK – ORGANIZATION DO YOU HAVE A MENTOR? COACH, TEACHER – SOMEONE WHO CAN GIVE YOU SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT. THEY SHOULD HAVE QUALITIES THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE, HELP YOU SET GOALS AND DISCOVER ABILITIES.

  17. DO YOU HAVE A MENTOR? LIST THREE WAYS THEY HAVE HELPED YOU. 1. 2. 3. BARRIERS – SOLUTIONS –

  18. FEBRUARY 21, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 3-4-5-E-6 ANNOUCEMENTSCOMPASSION TO MOVE FORWARD

  19. COMPASSION TO MOVE FORWARD EXPLAIN 3 EVENTS THAT CONSUME YOUR THOUGHTS? (FAMILY ISSUES, FRIENDSHIPS, BODY IMAGE, ACCIDENT OR LIFE CHANGING EVENT 1. 2. 3. BARRIERS – SOLUTIONS –

  20. FEBRUARY 22, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 7-1-2-E-3 ANNOUCEMENTSNEEDS VS WANTS

  21. NEEDS VS WANTS EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A NEED AND A WANT. WHAT ARE YOUR LEGITIMATE NEEDS? 1. PHYSICAL NEEDS - 2. EMOTIONAL NEEDS- 3. INTELLCTUAL NEEDS- 4. SOCIAL NEEDS - 5. SPIRITUAL, MORAL, ETHICAL NEEDS -

  22. FEBRUARY 25, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 4-5-6-E-7 ANNOUCEMENTSHANDLING MISTAKES GET ORGANIZED FOR THE WEEK!

  23. HANDLING MISTAKES WHAT ARE 3 “MISTAKES” YOU HAVE MADE IN YOUR LIFE TIME? OF THE THREE,DO YOU KEEP MAKING THE SAME MISTAKE?1. 2. 3. BARRIERS – SOLUTIONS –

  24. FEBRUARY 26, 2013 UNIFORM CHECK SCHEDULE TODAY: 1-2-3-E-4 ANNOUCEMENTSRESPONDING TO CRITICISM CHECK AGENDAS

  25. RESPONDING TO CRITICISM CRITICISM: 1. 2. 3. BARRIERS – SOLUTIONS – HOW DO YOU RESPOND TO CRITICISM?

  26. FEBRUARY 27, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 5-6-7-1 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTS ADVIORSY SCHEDULE MON – GET ORGANIZED! TUES – AGENDA CHECK AND SILENT READING WED – THURS – STUDY HALL FRID – WRTING DAY!

  27. FEBRUARY 28, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 5-6-7-1 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTS ADVIORSY SCHEDULE STUDY HALL DONUTS!

  28. MARCH 1, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 6-7-1-E-2 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTS WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE MUSICIAN? FAVORITE SONG? EXPLAIN BRING A PICTURE OF YOURSELF NEXT WEEK! (BY FRI)

  29. MARCH 4, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 3-4-5-E-6 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTS GET ORGANIZED! NEW ENRICHMENT CLASSES

  30. MARCH 5, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 7-1-2-E-3 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTS AGENDA CHECK AND SSR

  31. MARCH 6, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 4-5-6-E-7 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTS DON’T FORGET YOUR PICTURE FOR FRIDAY!ST. PATRICK DAY ACROSTIC POEM ACTIVITY

  32. MARCH 7, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 1-2-3-E-4 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTS DON’T FORGET YOUR PICTURE FOR FRIDAY!HISTORY OF ST PATRICK’S DAY – READ ARTICLE AND ANNOTATE – CIRCLE WORDS THAT ARE UNKNOWN OR THAT MIGHT NEED EXPLANATION. PUT A ? NEXT OT AREA WHERE YOU SAY, “HUH, WHAT?”

  33. MARCH 8, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 5-6-7-E-1 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTSYOUR PICTURE – 1O FACTS ABOUT YOU! COMPONENTS FOR PAGE: NAME, PICTURE, 10 FACTS – BE DETAILED AND CREATIVE!

  34. MARCH 11, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 2-3-4-E-5 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTSGET READY FOR THE WEEK! BRING A PICTURE OF YOU AND THE PERSON YOU HAVE BEEN CLOSEST WITH THE LONGEST – BY FRIDAY

  35. MARCH 12, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 6-7-1-E-2 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTSAGENDA CHECK AND SSR. FILL OUT READING LOG. BRING A PICTURE OF YOU AND THE PERSON YOU HAVE BEEN CLOSEST WITH THE LONGEST – BY FRIDAY

  36. MARCH 13, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 3-4-5-E-6 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTS STUDY HALL BRING A PICTURE OF YOU AND THE PERSON YOU HAVE BEEN CLOSEST WITH THE LONGEST – BY FRIDAY

  37. MARCH 14, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 7-1-2-E-3 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTS ST. PATRICKS DAY ARTICLE BRING A PICTURE OF YOU AND THE PERSON YOU HAVE BEEN CLOSEST WITH THE LONGEST – BY FRIDAY

  38. MARCH 15, 2013 SCHEDULE TODAY: 4-5-6-E-7 UNIFORM CHECK ANNOUCEMENTS PICTURE OF YOU AND THE PERSON YOU HAVE BEEN CLOSEST WITH THE LONGEST – WRITE ABOUT THE PERSON YOU HAVE BEEN CLOSEST WITH THE LONGEST. – NAME OF PERSON, HOW YOU MET, HOW LONG YOU HAVE KNOW EACH OTHER, WHAT DOES THE PERSON MEAN TO YOU.

  39. QUARTER 3 8TH GRADE

  40. CYCLE 1 TOP TEN #1 – 1/22CHEMICAL FORMULAS R1. PAGE 22-27. THE FORMULA FOR CALCIUM CARBONATE IS CaCO3. EXPLAIN WHAT THIS FORMULA MEANS. WHAT ARE TWO BASIC WAYS IONS FORM FROM ATOMS? N1. COMPLETE SKILLS ACTIVITY ON PAGE 25 WRITE OBJECTIVE. FILL OUT AGENDA GENERAL ANNOUCEMENTS: GRADE SEMESTER 1 FINALCOVALENT BONDING NOTES AND QUESTIONS PAGES 30-35. NOTES AND QUESTIONS IN COMP. BOOK. HOMEWORK: FINISH COVALENT BONDING NOTES AND QUESTIONS

  41. CYCLE 2 TOP TEN #1 – 1/22 and 1/24CHEMICAL FORMULAS R1. PAGE 22-27. THE FORMULA FOR CALCIUM CARBONATE IS CaCO3. EXPLAIN WHAT THIS FORMULA MEANS. WHAT ARE TWO BASIC WAYS IONS FORM FROM ATOMS? N1. COMPLETE SKILLS ACTIVITY ON PAGE 25 WRITE OBJECTIVE. FILL OUT AGENDA GENERAL ANNOUCEMENTS: PASS OUT LATE COUPONS AND JAN BD COUPONSCHECK COVALENT BONDING NOTES AND QUESTIONS PAGES 30-35. NOTES AND QUESTIONS IN COMP. BOOK.IONIC BONDING ACTIVITY HOMEWORK: WORK ON IONIC BONDING ACTIVITY

  42. CYCLE 1 TOP TEN #2 – 1/28WRITING FORMULAS R2. WRITE THE FORMULA FOR CALCIUM CHLORIDE. EXPLAIN HOW YOU DETERMINED THIS FORMULA.N2. LIST THREE PROPERTIES OF IONIC COMPOUNDS. WRITE OBJECTIVE. FILL OUT AGENDA GENERAL ANNOUCEMENTS: CHECK COVALENT BONDING NOTES AND QUESTIONS PAGES 30-35. NOTES AND QUESTIONS IN COMP. BOOK.CONTINUE IONIC BONDING ACTIVITY HOMEWORK: FINISH IONIC BONDING ACTIVITY

  43. CYCLE 2 TOP TEN #3 – 1/30COVALENT BONDS – PERIOD 1 R3. WHAT IS THE ATTRACTION THAT HOLDS TWO COVALENTLY BONDED ATOMS TOGETHER?N3. COMPARING MOLECULAR AND IONIC COMPOUNDS PAGE 33. QUESTIONS 1-5 WRITE OBJECTIVE. FILL OUT AGENDA GENERAL ANNOUCEMENTS: CHECK COVALENT BONDING NOTES AND QUESTIONS PAGES 30-35. NOTES AND QUESTIONS IN COMP. BOOK.TURN IN IONIC BONDING ACTIVITYTESTING UNSATURATED COOKING OILS HOMEWORK: BEGIN LAB QUESTIONS

  44. CYCLE 3 TOP TEN #4 – 2/1DOUBLE BONDS – PERIOD 1 R4. A CARBON ATOM CAN FORM FOUR COVALENT BONDS. HOW MANY VALENECE ELECTRONS DOES IT HAVE?N4. WHAT IS A DOUBLE BOND? EXPLAIN HOW A CARBON DIOXIDE MOLECULE HAS A STABLE SET OF EIGHT VALENCE ELECTRONS FOR EACH ATOM. DRAW ELECTRON DOT DIAGRAM, SHOWING BONDS. FIGURE 24 PAGE 32. WRITE OBJECTIVE. FILL OUT AGENDA GENERAL ANNOUCEMENTS: CONTINUE TESTING UNSATURATED COOKING OILS ACTIVITYFINISH LAB QUESTIONS – TURN INFINISH COMPARING MOLECULAR AND IONIC COMPOUNDS PAGE 33. QUESTIONS 1-5 HOMEWORK: HAPPY SUPER BOWL! GO NINERS!

  45. CYCLE 2 TOP TEN #3 – 1/30BALANCING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS – PERIOD 2/3 R3. STATE THE LAW OF CONSERVATION OF MASS.N3. PAGES 56-63. DEFINE CHEMICAL EQUATIONS, REACTANTS, PRODUCTS, COEFFICIENT, SYNTHESIS, DECOMPOSITION, AND REPLACEMENT. WRITE OBJECTIVE. FILL OUT AGENDA GENERAL ANNOUCEMENTS: CHECK COVALENT BONDING NOTES AND QUESTIONS PAGES 30-35. NOTES AND QUESTIONS IN COMP. BOOK.TURN IN IONIC BONDING ACTIVITYBALANCING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS HOMEWORK: FINSIH BALANCING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS

  46. CYCLE 3 TOP TEN #4 – 2/1COVALENT BONDS – PERIOD 2 R4. WHAT IS THE ATTRACTION THAT HOLDS TWO COVALENTLY BONDED ATOMS TOGETHER?N4. COMPARING MOLECULAR AND IONIC COMPOUNDS PAGE 33. QUESTIONS 1-5 WRITE OBJECTIVE. FILL OUT AGENDA GENERAL ANNOUCEMENTS: TESTING UNSATURATED COOKING OILS HOMEWORK: BEGIN LAB QUESTIONS

  47. CYCLE 3 TOP TEN #4 – 2/1BALANCING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS II – PERIOD 3 R4. WHAT DO THE FORMULAS, ARROW, AND PLUS SIGN IN A CHEMICAL EQUATION TELL YOU?N4. PAGES 56-63. BALANCE THE FOLLOWING EQUATION: Mg + O2 ----- MgO WRITE OBJECTIVE. FILL OUT AGENDA GENERAL ANNOUCEMENTS: CHECK COVALENT BONDING NOTES AND QUESTIONS PAGES 30-35. NOTES AND QUESTIONS IN COMP. BOOK.CONTINUE BALANCING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS – CHECK HOMEWORK HOMEWORK: BALANCE FIVE EQUATIONS!

  48. CYCLE 1 TOP TEN #5 – 2/4BALANCING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS – PERIOD 1 R5. STATE THE LAW OF CONSERVATION OF MASS.N5. PAGES 56-63. DEFINE CHEMICAL EQUATIONS, REACTANTS, PRODUCTS, COEFFICIENT, SYNTHESIS, DECOMPOSITION, AND REPLACEMENT. WRITE OBJECTIVE. FILL OUT AGENDA GENERAL ANNOUCEMENTS: TURN IN UNSATURATED COOKING OILS LAB AND GRAPHBALANCING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS HOMEWORK: FINSIH BALANCING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS

  49. CYCLE 1 TOP TEN #5 – 2/5DOUBLE BONDS – PERIOD 2 R5. A CARBON ATOM CAN FORM FOUR COVALENT BONDS. HOW MANY VALENECE ELECTRONS DOES IT HAVE?N5. WHAT IS A DOUBLE BOND? EXPLAIN HOW A CARBON DIOXIDE MOLECULE HAS A STABLE SET OF EIGHT VALENCE ELECTRONS FOR EACH ATOM. DRAW ELECTRON DOT DIAGRAM, SHOWING BONDS. FIGURE 24 PAGE 32. WRITE OBJECTIVE. FILL OUT AGENDA GENERAL ANNOUCEMENTS: CONTINUE TESTING UNSATURATED COOKING OILS ACTIVITYFINISH LAB QUESTIONS – TURN INFINISH COMPARING MOLECULAR AND IONIC COMPOUNDS PAGE 33. QUESTIONS 1-5 HOMEWORK: FINISH BAR GRAPH AND LAB QUESTIONS

  50. CYCLE 1TOP TEN #5 – 2/5COVALENT BONDS – PERIOD 3 R5. WHAT IS THE ATTRACTION THAT HOLDS TWO COVALENTLY BONDED ATOMS TOGETHER?N5. COMPARING MOLECULAR AND IONIC COMPOUNDS PAGE 33. QUESTIONS 1-5 WRITE OBJECTIVE. FILL OUT AGENDA GENERAL ANNOUCEMENTS: TESTING UNSATURATED COOKING OILS HOMEWORK: BEGIN LAB QUESTIONS