Lesson Plans for the Week of April 20th

Below are lesson plans for the week of April 20th.  This is supplemental work and will not be graded.  Teachers are listed in alphabetical order.


Champion

Class: 8th Grade World History
Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):
Students will watch several videos about the Byzantine Empire and answer multiple choice
questions about the Byzantine Empire.
Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)
Facebook, YouTube, Khan Academy
Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)
9 ) Describe the rise of the Byzantine Empire, its institutions, and its legacy, including the influence of the
Emperors Constantine and Justinian and the effect of the Byzantine Empire on art, religion, architecture,
and law.

Class: 11th Grade U.S. History
Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):
Students will view several videos about the events leading to World War II and answer different
sets of multiple choice questions.
Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)
Facebook, YouTube, Khan Academy
Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)
8 ) Summarize events leading to World War II, including the militarization of the Rhineland, Germany's
seizure of Austria and Czechoslovakia, Japan's invasion of China, and the Rape of Nanjing.


Franklin

Periods 1-3  (8 th Grade)
Students will complete Moby Max lessons on angle facts and the Pythagorean Theorem.
Check Class Tag weekly for messages.  You can send me messages through Class Tag or through my
email, trinafranklin@franklin.k12.al.us.  
Your assignments will be found on Moby Max.  You should have your login information in the front of
your Interactive Student Notebook (ISN).  I have all passwords at home and can send it to you if needed.
I will post new weekly assignments each Friday afternoon.
AL Course of Study Standards:  20 and 21

Period 5  (9 th Grade Algebra 1)
Students will complete Khan Academy lessons on Multiplying Monomials and Polynomials.
Check Class Tag weekly for messages.  You can send me messages through Class Tag or through my
email, trinafranklin@franklin.k12.al.us.  
Your assignments will be found on Khan Academy.  I sent all details to parents on Class Tag. The email
address for 5 th period is https://www.khanacademy.org/join/8YHVSNBJ.  I will post new weekly
assignments each Friday afternoon.
AL Course of Study Standards:  8, 9, and 32
Period 6  (9 th Grade Algebra 1)
Students will complete Khan Academy lessons on Factoring 
I have listed all polynomial and factoring lessons on Khan Academy.  You do not have to do all these
lessons in one week. I have extended the due date.  I am looking to make sure you spent one hour per
week on the lessons. Do about 15 minutes per day and then you can continue where you left off the
next week.

Check Class Tag weekly for messages.  You can send me messages through Class Tag or through my
email, trinafranklin@franklin.k12.al.us.  
Your assignments will be found on Khan Academy.  I sent all details to parents on Class Tag. The email
address for 6 th period is https://www.khanacademy.org/join/R2YC3WJD.  I will post new weekly
assignments each Friday afternoon.
AL Course of Study Standards:  10

Period 7  (9 th Grade Algebra 1A)
Students will complete Khan Academy review on Solving Equations and Inequalities.
Check Class Tag weekly for messages.  You can send me messages through Class Tag or through my
email, trinafranklin@franklin.k12.al.us.  
Your assignments will be found on Khan Academy.  I sent all details to parents on Class Tag. The email
address for 7 th period is https://www.khanacademy.org/join/W2W3PU66.  I will post new weekly
assignments each Friday afternoon.
AL Course of Study Standards:  12, 16, and 17


Gunderman

Senior Anatomy

Please watch the video on disorders of the respiratory system and of course now we can add the covid virus to that list.   Be aware that what you do now to your body will affect you for the rest of your life.   Make good choices!!

Miss you all !!  Email or message  me if you’d like.  I’d love to hear from You   Let me know if i can help you with anything getting ready for your next steps in life!!   Coach G
 

 

For my seventh graders I hope you’re all doing well.  I’ve heard from some of you!  Please email if you’d like to. I miss you all.   For this week we are going to begin the skeleton. 

   For the first part of the week I want you to learn the AXIAL skeleton    Use this video to help learn the bones that make this part of our skeleton 
 
 
Pay attention to the different regions of the vertebrae and other names 
 
    For the second part of the week concentrate on the Appendicular skeleton  which is our arms and legs and the bones.  We would have learned the 3 arm bones. 3 leg bones      The wrist bones we learn as carpals. Hand bones are meta carpals
   Ankle bones are tarsals and foot bones metatarsals and all the finger and toe bones are Phalanges 
 
Please take some time to watch the videos and learn the major bones we have.    Miss you all coach G

Horton

7th Grade Reading - students will log into google classroom and complete reading selection from readworks.org

Standards: 19, 39
 
7th Grade Reading - students will complete vocabulary lesson 10
 
Standards: 29a, 29b, 29c

 

Class: 10th physical science
Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):
4/20/2020 Powerpoint/video about the differences in ionic and molecular cpds with questions or
Venn diagram.
4/21-22/2020 Reactions slide pres. w/video and questions.
4/23/2020 Flintstones reaction types. Complete worksheet.
4/24/2020 Reaction rates and activation energy video with questions.
Students will answer their questions in the comments section of Google Classroom.
Method of Instruction (YouTube, teacher made videos, pHet simulations, Google Classroom,
etc.)
I will share the material and links with students via Google Classroom
Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study: 1 ) Use the periodic table as a model to
predict the relative properties and trends (e.g., reactivity of metals; types of bonds formed, including ionic,
covalent, and polar covalent; numbers of bonds formed; reactions with oxygen) of main group elements
based on the patterns of valence electrons in atoms.
5 ) Use mathematical representations to support and verify the claim that atoms, and therefore mass, are
conserved during a simple chemical reaction.


Class: 8th physical science
Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):
4/20/2020 Watch a video about endothermic and exothermic reactions. Identify reactions as
endo or exo thermic
4/21-22/2020 Reteach law of conservation of mass. Students will model assigned reactions to
illustrate the law of conservation of mass.
4/23/ 2020 ID properties as chemical or physical. Use properties to identify pure substances
(Std. #2)
4/24/2020 Identify substances as mixtures, elements, or compounds. Watch a video and
answer questions (Std.#3)
7 ) Design, construct, and test a device (e.g., glow stick, hand warmer, hot or cold pack, thermal wrap)
that either releases or absorbs thermal energy by chemical reactions (e.g., dissolving ammonium chloride
or calcium chloride in water) and modify the device as needed based on criteria (e.g.,
amount/concentration, time, temperature).*
6 ) Create a model, diagram, or digital simulation to describe conservation of mass in a chemical reaction
and explain the resulting differences between products and reactants.
2 ) Plan and carry out investigations to generate evidence supporting the claim that one pure substance
can be distinguished from another based on characteristic properties.
3 ) Construct explanations based on evidence from investigations to differentiate among compounds,
mixtures, and solutions.
a. Collect and analyze information to illustrate how synthetic materials (e.g., medicine, food additives,
alternative fuels, plastics) are derived from natural resources and how they impact society.

Students will answer their questions in the comments section of Google Classroom.
Method of Instruction (YouTube, teacher made videos, pHet simulations, Google Classroom,
etc.)
I will share the material and links with students via Google Classroom


Class: Chemistry
Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):
4/20/2020 Limiting and excess reactants (video and problems)
4/21/2020 Percent yield (video and problems)
4/22-24/2020 Mixed stoichiometry problems
Students will answer their questions in the comments section of Google Classroom.
Method of Instruction (YouTube, teacher made videos, pHet simulations, Google Classroom,
etc.)
I will share the material and links with students via Google Classroom
Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study: Use mathematics and computational
thinking to represent the ratio of reactants and products in terms of masses, molecules, and moles.


Class: Physics
Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):
4/20/2020 physicsclassroom.com tutorial-What is heat? Read and answer questions.
4/21/2020 Heat transfer (physicsclassroom.com)
4/22/2020 Rates of heat transfer (physicsclassroom.com)
4/23-24/2020 Complete lesson 2 about heat on physicsclassroom.com
I will share the material and links with students via Google Classroom
Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study: 7 ) Plan and carry out investigations to
provide evidence that the first and second laws of thermodynamics relate work and heat transfers to the
change in internal energy of a system with limits on the ability to do useful work (e.g., heat engine
transforming heat at high temperature into mechanical energy and low-temperature waste heat,
refrigerator absorbing heat from the cold reservoir and giving off heat to the hot reservoir with work being
done).
a. Develop models to illustrate methods of heat transfer by conduction (e.g., an ice cube in water),
convection (e.g., currents that transfer heat from the interior up to the surface), and radiation (e.g., an
object in sunlight).
b. Engage in argument from evidence regarding how the second law of thermodynamics applies to the
entropy of open and closed systems.


Key

Class: Algebraic Connections (1st Period)

Lesson Plan/Activity: watch instructional videos

https://youtu.be/nfgdf144QmQ

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cAaXZ5YFQT0

Notes: http://www.cengage.com/resource_uploads/downloads/142406872X_172100.pdf

There will be problems based on videos and notes on google classroom. 

Method of Instruction: Google Classroom

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study: AL COS 6

 

Class: Earth and Space Science (2nd and 3rd Periods)

Lesson Plan/Activity: 

Instructional site:

https://www.nationalgeographic.org/encyclopedia/crust/

Students should read and study the graphs and charts. Also there are 2 additional websites and video at the bottom of the page to research. 

We will go over the information and have discussions based on the information. 

Method of Instruction: Google Classroom

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study: Al COS 10

 

 

Class: Physical Science (4th and 7th Periods)

Lesson Plan/Activity:  

Students will get instruction on google classroom on safety of electromagnetic radiation. 

They will be propose and defend a hypothesis based on the information gathered from published materials (videos and internet sources) for and against claims for the safety of electromagnetic radiation 

Method of Instruction: Google Classroom

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study: AL COS 14


Lozada

Class:12th English

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):

 Monday:  The students will read the poem “Ozymandias” by Percy Shelley.  The link will be provided to access the poem.  

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/46565/ozymandias

After reading the poem, they will need to read the poem guide (there is a link to it on the page with the poem, but I will provide a link for it as well)

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/articles/69503/percy-bysshe-shelley-ozymandias

After reading the poem and the poem guide, use dictionary.com to define the following words:

***Be sure the definition fits the context of the poem***

Antique:

Trunkless:

Passions:

Pedestal: 

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)

Facebook, internet article, email or messenger

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)

ALLA.RL.12.4, RL.11-12.9, RL.11-12.10, RI.11-12.4, L.11-12.4a, L.11-12.4c 

 

Class:11th English

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):

Monday:  Students will listen to a podcast about Helen Duncan.  I will list several links for the podcast. They should be prepared to answer questions based on the podcast on Tuesday.

http://www.thisiscriminal.com/episode-79-secrets-and-seances-11-17-2017

https://soundcloud.com/criminalshow/episode-79-secrets-and-seances

https://player.fm/series/criminal-1318491/episode-79-secrets-and-sances

https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/prx/criminal

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)

Facebook, podcast, internet

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)

 RI.11-12.10,

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):

Tuesday,Wednesday,and Thursday:  After listening to the podcast on Helen Duncan, students will need to respond to the following questions:

  1. Early in the podcast, we’re told about a man named Vincent who claimed to have seen his dead wife 19 times at Duncan’s séances. He said his wife’s spirit seemed so real that he felt her touch him and remove his wedding ring, placing it on the hand of another woman at the séance. What might have been Vincent’s motivation to pretend that the ring trick had actually happened?
  2. Graham Hewitt, a former lawyer working to get a pardon for Helen Duncan, says that Duncan was a martyr because her spiritual skills gave her information that threatened national security. Look at the use of the word “martyr” in the previous sentence and take a guess as to the word’s meaning. (It’s okay if you’re wrong; I just want you to take a guess.) Then, look up the word “martyr” in a dictionary and write its actual meaning. How close was your guess?
  3. At one point in the interview, Professor Gaskill says, “We’re used to the idea of ‘seeing is believing,’ but really believing is seeing.” Explain what he means. Do you agree with this idea?
  4. Do you think people in the 1930s and 1940s were more gullible than people today? Explain your thoughts about this.
  5. The Witchcraft Act of 1735, Section 4, states that it is “illegal to attempt or pretend to conjure the spirits of the dead.” Over the years, the law has been repealed and replaced with a variety of consumer protection laws. Should there be a specific law against psychics, fortune tellers, and/or mediums? Why or why not?
  6. Do people who claim to be psychics or mediums do more harm or more good for people? Explain your answer.

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)

Facebook, Internet, Podcast

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)

SL.11-12.2, LA.SL.11.29.d, LA.SL.11.29.a, LA.W.11.19, LA.W.11.28,  

 

Friday: Grammar:  Commas. Read the comma rule and follow the instructions for each section.

Rule #1: Use a comma when listing things.

  1. Write a sentence listing three or more of your favorite foods:

__________________________________________________

Rule #2: Use a comma after introductory words, phrases, or clauses.

Correctly place commas in the following sentences:

  1. To begin with I’d like to tell you a little bit about myself.
  2. While I don’t know much about sports I know a lot about Dr. Who!
  3. What was the secret bonus picture? ___________________

Rule #3: Use a pair of commas to set apart information that isn’t essential to the sentence. Correctly place commas in the following sentences:

  1. Nina Simone a soul singer was also a respected civil rights leader.
  2. Butterfinger my favorite candy always gets stuck in my teeth.

Rule #4: Use a comma to join sentences together that use “for”, “and”, “nor”, “but”, “or”, “yet”, or “so”.

Write two sentences on the same subject. Then, combine them into one, using a comma.

7._________________________________________________

_________________________________________________

8._________________________________________________  

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)

Facebook,

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)

L.11-12.1], [L.11-12.2


Massey

Class: English as a Second Language

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week): 

** EL students will view 2 pages entitled Families from the Oxford Bilingual Picture Dictionary. After learning the vocabulary, students will answer questions based on their own family relationships.

** EL students will interact and practice basic interpersonal communication skills with me and other class members by posting comments/questions related to family relationships in complete English sentences to simulate a conversation.

Method of Instruction: Facebook Page: Mrs. Massey’s ESL Class at THS 

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included):

WIDA (1) Standard 1 – Social and Instructional Language

English language learners communicate for social and instructional purposes within the school setting.

WIDA (2) Standard 2 - Language of Language Arts

English language learners communicate information, ideas and concepts necessary for academic success in the content area of language arts.


Miller

Miller – If you have any questions contact me at rickymiller@franklin.k12.al.us

Class:
Geometry 1 st , 2 nd , and 3 rd

Get on KUTA Software Worksheets
Geometry: Click on the Geometry link. Then scroll down till you find the tab for surface area
and volume tab. Then click on the volume of pyramids and cones . Complete and practice the volume of
pyramids and cones section. Then proceed onto Algebra 2 link and view what you will be seeing for
next year and practice what sections you feel will assist you. These sections can help you better
understand and prepare you for Algebra 2. The more you practice and use this information will
help you next year.

7 th Math 5 th , 6 th , and 7 th

7 th Math: Click on the Pre-Algebra link. Then scroll down till you find the tab for inequalities.
Then click on the one-step inequalities by adding/subtracting. Complete and practice the inequalities
section. Then proceed onto Algebra link and view what you will be seeing for next year and
practice what sections you feel will assist you. These sections can help you better understand and
prepare you for Algebra. The more you practice and use this information will help you next year.

Take care and be safe

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study
Various standards will assist the students.


Parker


Class: Biology 4th, 5th, and 6th periods.
Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):
Monday:
Covid 19
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtN-goy9VOY

Tuesday:
Virus video from Amoeba Sisters.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FqlTslU22s&feature=youtu.be

Wednesday:
Read slides 20-33 from powerpoint.

Thursday:
Introduction to bacteria
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCn92mbWxd4

Friday:
Amoeba Sisters Bacteria video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORB866QSGv8&feature=youtu.be

Method of Instruction: Facebook, Remind App, Google Classroom.
Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study
13 ) Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to explain how organisms are classified by
physical characteristics, organized into levels of taxonomy, and identified by binomial
nomenclature (e.g., taxonomic classification, dichotomous keys).


Spurgeon

Class: U.S. History Beginnings to the Industrial Revolution 10 th Grade

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week)

  1. Transcontinental Railroad Expansion

https://youtu.be/0CdAzizWiyI?t=4

 Why did they make the transcontinental railroad?

  1. Union and Pacific Railroad

https://youtu.be/0CdAzizWiyI?t=2

https://youtu.be/44Xusv2gdGY  

Who were the two groups  of workers who laid the railroad tracks?

  1. The Homestead Act, 

https://youtu.be/YPjftNCWAqU

https://youtu.be/ASu-LkkDyqc

https://youtu.be/pQSCW1Sf-yA?t=2

 What is the Homestead Act ?

  1. The Morrill Act

https://youtu.be/QLtp8lFKpeU?t=2

What is the Morrill act?

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)

Youtube 

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)

Al COS   A.1a, A.I.b  A1.c,d Transcontinental railroad Describing the nonmilitary events and life during the Civil War  Morrill Act, Homestead Act

 

7th Grade

Class: Geography 7th grade

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week)

Please watch the videos Send answer through the class remind app

  1. Push and Pull Factors 

https://youtu.be/54xM8VlgP7s

https://youtu.be/4QrUegs-kUs

Please list one pull and one push factor.

https://youtu.be/CXJh1tVAy-Y?t=3

  1. Geography 5 Cultural  Diffusion and Diversity

https://youtu.be/Hz85mcARAdc

        How did the necktie get from Croats and now the Japanese men wear them all the time?

3.What are two features on a map?

https://youtu.be/A4GMno9p4g4

4.Latitude and longitude Define

           https://youtu.be/5Ab-gE8ov4o

Just for fun Water cycle Song  https://youtu.be/TWb4KlM2vts?t=3Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc)YouTube

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of study ALCOS 5.Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants and the spread of Islam Al cos 4 Push and Pull factors


Tracy

9th Grade World History Lesson Plans – April 20-24 

  • Explain the challenges of the post-World War I period. (COS 13)
  • Lesson Topics
      1. Russian Revolution
      2. Prohibition in the 1920s
      3. Women in the 1920s
      4. New Technology in the 1920s 
  • Daily Lesson
      1. Monday – read and review the information on the following website and then respond to the questions.  https://www.ducksters.com/history/world_war_i/russian_revolution.php
        1. Who was the Czar (King) of Russia at the start of the Russian Revolution?
        2. What was the name of the group of revolutionaries led by Vladimir Lenin?
        3. In your own words, what was the February Revolution?
        4. What happened to the Czar’s entire family on the night of July 17, 1918?
      2. Tuesday – watch the video about the prohibition era and respond to the questions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uU9GMJ8a5w
        1. Supporters of the prohibition movement claimed that alcohol was destroying ____________.
        2. Which Amendment to the U.S. Constitution made alcohol illegal in the United States?
        3. What was a speakeasy?
        4. Which Amendment to the U.S. Constitution ended prohibition in the United States?
      3. Wednesday – watch the following short video on women in the 1920s and respond to the questions:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QegIgnarTH4
        1. What was a Flapper?
        2. Many Flappers were known for a specific type of haircut, what was it called?
        3. What made a Flapper’s dress scandalous?
        4. Name at least one type of new dance that Flappers would do.
      4. Thursday – read the article about new technologies in the 1920s and then answer the following questions:  http://www.debold.com/webdesign/webdesign4history/dane/science.html
        1. What types of things would people listen to on the radio?
        2. Name something that was different about movies from what we get to view today.
  • Respond to all of the questions and email them together to me on Thursday or Friday morning at marctracy@franklin.k12.al.us

 


Walker

Class: Reading 8/English 8

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):

4/20/2020--Students will use their Free Student Account for Study.com through their Google Classroom assignment link to watch the Active Voice: Definition and Examples video and complete the quiz.

Part of the video will be shared on the class Facebook page; however, students must go through Google Classroom and create a Free Student Account for Study.com to view the entire video.

https://study.com/member/classrooms/share.html?classroom=magenta-wolf-1134&assignment=1978156

4/21/2020--Students will use their Free Student Account for Study.com through their Google Classroom assignment link to watch the Inappropriate Shifts in Verb Voice and Mood videoand complete the quiz.

Part of the video will be shared on the class Facebook page; however, students must go through Google Classroom and create a Free Student Account for Study.com to view the entire video.

https://study.com/member/classrooms/share.html?classroom=magenta-wolf-1134&assignment=1978302

4/22/2020--Students will read vocabulary words, listen to vocabulary audio, watch the vocabulary slideshow for the Scholastic Scope Short Read article “How This Inspired That,” and read the article in Scholastic Scope magazine online. Students may also listen to the audio of the article. 

Scholastic Scope class password: milkflag2

Vocabulary: https://scope.scholastic.com/content/dam/classroom-magazines/scope/issues/2018-19/020119/how-this-inspired-that/SCOPE-020119-ShortRead-Vocabulary.pdf

Article, article audio, and vocabulary slideshow:

https://scope.scholastic.com/issues/2018-19/020119/How-This-Inspired-That.html#tab1

4/23-24/2020-Students will complete the “How This Inspired That” Quiz. Remember that #4 has two answers. Students must write at least five complete sentences to answer the #5 Constructed Response question. All sentences must be written in the active voice and have no unnecessary verb mood shifts. Students may type answers and e-mail them to Mrs. Walker, send them in a Facebook message, or upload a Google Doc to Google Classroom. Students may also take a picture of work written on paper and send it in a message or an e-mail.

Scholastic Scope class password: milkflag2

“How This Inspired That” Quiz:

https://scope.scholastic.com/content/dam/classroom-magazines/scope/issues/2018-19/020119/how-this-inspired-that/SCOPE-020119-ShortRead-Quiz-LL.pdf

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)

I will share material and links with students for this week mainly via Google Classroom. Some material will be available via my classroom Facebook page, Instagram, and the class YouTube channel. 

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)

CCRS 10 11 13 23 36 37 38