Final Lesson Plans...Week of May 4th

This will be the final week our teacher will be submitting lesson plans for this academic year.  It is Teacher Appreciation Week and we want to thank them for all they have done this year and through this trying time for our students:

Franklin

Periods 1-3  (8 th Grade)
Students will finish Moby Max lessons on 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:  21

Period 5  (9 th Grade Algebra 1)
Students will continue working on Khan Academy lessons on Multiplying 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 continue to work on 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 continue to work on Khan Academy review on Slope.
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:  30, 37, 46


Fretwell

Class: English 9 & 10
Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):
10th- continue reading Shiloh: A Novel by Shelby Foote that I posted in Google classroom last week. A reading
guide will be posted on Google classroom with questions to answer as you read.
9th- Continue reading The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton that I posted in Google classroom last week. A reading
guide will be posted on Google classroom with questions to answer as you read.

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)
Google classroom, GroupMe app, Facebook
Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)
RL 1-9


Gunderman

For my seniors who would be counting the days now to being graduates, I just want to share a clip of disorders of the endocrine system.  Diabetes being the most common. 

   Take care of yourselves.   What you do today will surely affect your tomorrow.  
 
  Feel free to contact me for anything.   Be taking care of yourselves    Eat good. Rest. And stay active.  
     Any way I can help you out, please let me know!!   Miss y’all!!!
 
For my seventh grade    We will continue looking at the musculoskeletal system. 
   For our muscles each one has two attachments.     The origin attaches to a stable usually immovable bone 
    The insertion attaches to a movable bone. Each muscle has a function as well.  
 
Also we would learn some of the major muscles in our body 
 
I hope you are all still doing well.  Stay active!!
  Remember the 3 components of a healthy lifestyle 
   1.  Physical activity.    Stay on the move 
   2. Good nutrition.    Eat healthy foods. 
   3.  Plenty of quiet sleep.  Turn the electronics off when you go to bed!!
    Miss y’all.   Feel free to email or chat with me!

Inmon

Class: 10th physical science
Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):
Monday Practice balancing 5 simple equations
Tuesday Answer questions about equations (evaluation)
Wednesday-Friday Watch various videos describing the difference between acids and bases.
Observe the use of indicators to determine if a substance is an acid or base
Each video/lab will have assessment 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:
4 ) Analyze and interpret data using acid-base indicators (e.g., color-changing markers, pH paper) to
distinguish between acids and bases, including comparisons between strong and weak acids and bases


Horton

Mr. Horton 7th Grade Reading and English Lesson Plans. May 4 - 8

Students will find material to read or use material provided through google classroom/readworks.org and write an objective summary of what they read. It can be anything from a news article out of a newspaper to a novel of their choice. 
 
Practicing reading comprehension with writing is something students will use the rest of their lives, and I encourage each student to practice both whether in a school setting or not.
 
Standard(s): 1-3 / 10-12 / 19 / 20-22 / 33

Lozada

Class:12th English

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

Monday: You should have finished listening to the novel by today.  Class Activity: Agatha Christie’s novel, And Then There Were None, is a murder mystery written around and inspired by the poem Ten Little Soldier Boys (originally Ten Little Indians). Even though it is a very dark and creepy poem, it is considered a nursery rhyme for children! In a computer lab, or for homework, research different classic nursery rhymes. Choose a favorite nursery rhyme, either type it in the comments or give a link to it, and briefly describe it and why you like it.

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

Facebook, Internet

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

RL.11-12.10

 

Class:11th English

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

Monday through Friday:   I would like for you to write a descriptive essay this week about your 

Experience during this pandemic.  You will need an introductory paragraph, two to three body paragraphs, and a conclusion.  On Monday, I would like to see your introductory paragraph.  I will give you feedback on it.  Tuesday through Thursday, I would like you to focus on the body paragraphs.  On Friday, I would like for you to submit the entire essay.  You can either email to me or put it on the Facebook page on a separate post.

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

Facebook, email

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

W.11-12.3, W.11-12.2, W.11-12.4, W.11-12.5, L.11-12.1], L.11-12.6


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 study 1 page entitled Describing People from the Oxford Bilingual Picture Dictionary. After learning the vocabulary, students will answer questions and describe their own family members.

** EL students will interact and practice basic interpersonal communication skills with me and other class members by answering questions to describe their own family members in complete English sentences.

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.


Parker

Class: Biology 4th, 5th, and 6th periods.

Monday:
Slime Molds: Review slides 36-41. Answer questions on slides 41.
Tuesday:
Protist Colored Dichotomous Key.
.
Wednesday:
Begin Kingdom Animalia power point slides 1-19. Answer questions on slide 19 and reply with
answers.
Thursday:
Video: Sponges the oldest creatures in the sea?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykKd8jsCREQ
Friday:
Review slides 21-25. Answer questions on slide 25 and reply with answers.

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: 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. Weather Conditions at Valley Forge

     https://youtu.be/1vOwQbEQFwM?t=2

      What were the conditions at Valley Forge?

The Continental Army at Valley Forge became a better trained Army .Who was the person who helped the Continental Army ?

  1. Alabama

    https://youtu.be/90l3pbMgNjg?t=3

     Beautiful scenery of Alabama  Choose a place from the video you would like to visit.

  1. Cumberland Gap

  Who was Daniel Boone?

https://youtu.be/76TRQCz7w4w

https://youtu.be/8tFO_-YZcGM

Mr. Blankenship Geography

http://www.cmsblankenship.com/geography/geography-12/

What was the westward expansion

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

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of study ALCOS 12.Explain ways geographic features and environmental issues have influenced historical events

 

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

Changes on the Western Frontier

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

  1. Cultures  Clash on the Prairie

https://youtu.be/Q7StpIJ2Zy0

What does Nomadic mean?

  1.     Dawes Act

https://youtu.be/fKQD08Zr5lU?t=5

What was the Dawes Act?

  1. Nez Perce 

        Chief Joseph 

       Why does Chief Joseph surrender?

        https://youtu.be/YftdIU1zago?t=4

  1. Alabama Native Americans

https://youtu.be/SsCW0urnrTI?t=2

 How did the Cherokee save their written language?

List at least two Alabama Native American tribes?

https://youtu.be/zdYTowszoNg?t=1

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

Youtube 

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

Al COS 16.  A.1a, A.I.b  A1.c,d , e, A1.i, A1.k., Evaluating the Dawes Act for its effect on tribal identity , land ownership and assimilation of American Indians between ownership and assimilation of American Indians between Reconstruction and World War I



Tracy

9 th Grade World History Lesson Plans – May 4 th -8 th
1. Describe the causes and consequences of World War II. (COS 14)
2. Lesson Topics
a. Appeasement and the Invasion of Poland.
b. Attack on Pearl Harbor
c. The Holocaust
d. End of the War in Europe
e. End of the War in the Pacific
3. Daily Lessons
a. Monday – Read and review the information on the following website about
appeasement, Germany’s rise to power, and the Invasion of Poland.
https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/invasion-of-poland-fall-1939
i. What was the policy of appeasement practiced by Great Britain toward
Hitler and Germany?
ii. When did Germany invade Poland?
b. Tuesday – Read and review the information on the following website about the
Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, and then respond to the following questions.
https://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/pearl-harbor
i. Where is Pearl Harbor located and what was the date of the attack?
ii. What is significance of the U.S.S. Arizona?
iii. What was the United States response to the attack?
c. Wednesday – Read and review this introduction to The Holocaust from the United
States Holocaust Memorial Museum:
https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/introduction-to-the-holocaust
d. Thursday – Watch the following video about D-Day:
https://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/d-day-allied-invasion-at-normandy-video.
Then, read and review the follow information about the end of WWII in Europe:
https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/victory-in-europe
e. Friday – read and review the following information about the end of war in the
Pacific and the United States attack on Japan:
https://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/bombing-of-hiroshima-and-nagasaki
i. What was the Manhattan Project?
ii. Name the two cities that were bombed by the United States?
iii. What were the nicknames given to the two atomic bombs?


Walker

Class: Reading 8/English 8

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

Verbals and Supporting an Argument

5/4/2020--Students will use their Free Student Account for Study.com through their Google Classroom assignment link to watch the Complex Subject-Verb Agreement: Inverted Order, Compound Subjects & Interrupting Phrases 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=2085808

Here is the link from the 4/11/20 assignment for creating a Study.com Free Student Account: 

class code: magenta-wolf-1134

https://study.com/join/classroom.html?code=magenta-wolf-1134

5/5/2020--Students will watch the "Use Ellipses to Indicate Missing Words in a Quotation" Video and complete the assignment at the end of the video. Students do not need an additional worksheet. Students will just watch the video and do the activity at the end. Students will be asked to pause the video and edit a paragraph by using ellipses. If students have two devices, they may retype the paragraph on one device using ellipses for what could be omitted. If students have one device, they will do the following: students may rewrite the paragraph on a sheet of paper, take a picture, and e-mail it, upload it to Google Classroom, or send it in a message. Students can access the link through Google Classroom, the class Facebook page, or here.

 "Use Ellipses to Indicate Missing Words in a Quotation" Video link:

https://learnzillion.com/assignments/BC59474

5/6/2020--Students will read vocabulary words, listen to vocabulary audio, and complete vocabulary practice for the Scholastic Scope Narrative Nonfiction article “The Children’s Blizzard”.  Using the Google Classroom assignment link, students may type their answers for the vocabulary PDF in an e-mail, message, or Google Doc. 

Vocabulary PDF:

https://scope.scholastic.com/content/dam/classroom-magazines/scope/issues/2018-19/020119/the-children-s-blizzard/SCOPE-020119-Nonfiction-Vocabulary.pdf

Vocabulary Audio:

https://scope.scholastic.com/issues/2018-19/020119/The-Childrens-Blizzard.html#tab1

5/7/2020--Students will read the article “The Children’s Blizzard” in Scholastic Scope magazine online in English and/or Spanish. Students may also listen to the audio of the article in English and/or Spanish. Students will complete the multiple choice quiz questions 1-6. Students will not answer the Constructed Response questions. Students may type their multiple choice quiz answers in a Google Doc, e-mail, or message. Scholastic Scope class password: milkflag2

Article and article audio (English and Spanish): 

https://scope.scholastic.com/issues/2018-19/020119/The-Childrens-Blizzard.html#tab1

“The Children’s Blizzard” Quiz:

https://scope.scholastic.com/content/dam/classroom-magazines/scope/issues/2018-19/020119/the-children-s-blizzard/SCOPE-020119-Nonfiction-Quiz-LL.pdf

5/8/2020--Students will watch “The Schoolchildren’s Blizzard” YouTube video. Use evidence from the video and the Scholastic Scope article “The Children’s Blizzard” to answer the following questions with at least three complete sentences for each question. Students may type answers and send them in a Google Doc, e-mail, or Facebook message. 

  • What role does weather play in our lives?
  • Why should past disasters be remembered?
  • What does it mean to be selfless?
  • Which source (article or video) do you prefer? Why?

“The Schoolchildren’s Blizzard” Video:

https://youtu.be/3C0dKNgJ8z0

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

I will share material and links with students for this week mainly via Google Classroom and Facebook. 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 16 20 23 36 37