Archive for July, 2016

IXL Assignment #6 Week of August 1

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6th Graders:  You need to get 80%+  proficiency for all assignments

Commas 6.A.2Commas with compound and complex sentences

Commas 6.reportA.3Commas with direct addresses, introductory words, interjections, and interrupters

Coordinate Plane 6.X.1 https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-6/objects-on-a-coordinate-plane

Line Plots 6.CC.5 https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-6/create-line-plots

 

7th graders:  You need to get 80%+ proficiency for all assignments

Perimeter 7.AA.1  https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-7/perimeter

 

8th graders:  You need to get 80%+ proficiency for all assignments

Allusions 8.UU.2 Interpret the meaning of allusions

Allusions 8.UU.3Identify the source of allusions

Arithmetic Sequences 8.U.2 https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-8/arithmetic-sequences

Missing Angles 8.O.8 https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-8/find-measures-of-complementary-supplementary-vertical-and-adjacent-angles

IXL Assignment #5 Week of July 25

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Incoming 6th Graders:  You need to get 80%+  proficiency for all assignments

Sentences 6.M.3 Is it a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on?

Commas 6.A.1 Commas with series, dates, and places

Frequency Tables 6.CC.7 https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-6/create-frequency-tables

Factors 6.E.4 https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-6/identify-factors

 

Incoming 7th graders:  You need to get 80%+ proficiency for all assignments

Titles 7.reportI.1 Capitalizing titles

Titles 7.I.2 Formatting titles

Area 7.X.18  https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-7/area-of-rectangles-and-parallelograms

Write Expressions 7.R.2  https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-7/write-variable-expressions

 

Incoming 8th graders:  You need to get 80%+ proficiency for all assignments

Possessive Nouns 8.D.1 Identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns

Possession 8.D.2 Identify and correct errors with compound and joint possession

Rate of Change 8.X.4 https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-8/rate-of-change

Functions 8.X.14 https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-8/identify-linear-and-nonlinear-functions

Factor Expressions 8.S.12  https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-8/factor-linear-expressions

Having IXL Trouble?

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Are you having Issues logging in to IXL?  Simply send me an email! I can easily give you your username or password. I can answer any questions you might have.

If you are an incoming student and did not receive our June letter in the mail about summer learning, PLEASE CONTACT ME!

Ms. Bissonette

bissonm@dearbornschools.org

Corrections: Incoming 6th graders

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I apologize for posting the incorrect links yesterday. Here are the correct ones.

The post was corrected at 12:30 pm on Monday.

Fragments  6.M.1 is-it-a-complete-sentence-or-a-fragment

Complete Sentences 6.M.2 is-it-a-complete-sentence-or-a-run-on

IXL Assignment #4 Week of July 18th

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Incoming 6th Graders: 

You need to get 80%+  proficiency for all assignments

Fragments  6.M.1 is-it-a-complete-sentence-or-a-fragment

Complete Sentences 6.M.2 is-it-a-complete-sentence-or-a-run-on

Round Decimals 6.F.7 https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-6/round-decimals

Exponents 6.D.3 https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-6/find-the-missing-exponent-or-base

Incoming 7th graders: 

You need to get 80%+ proficiency for all assignments

Dialogue 7.K.1 Formatting quotations and dialogue

Nouns 7.D.1 Identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns

Inequalities 7.U.3 graph-inequalities-on-number-lines

Solutions 7.T.1 which-x-satisfies-an-equation

Incoming 8th graders: 

You need to get 80%+ proficiency for all assignments

We have to take a step back with commas and do some more review.  The first link is from the 7th grade objectives:

Commas Review 7.A.5 Commas: review

Sentences 8.P.3 Is it a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on?

Linear Funtions y=mx+b 8 X12. write-linear-functions-word-problems

Perimeter 8.Z.5  add-polynomials-to-find-perimeter

IXL Assignment #3 Week of July 11th

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Here is the 3rd IXL Assignment, the week of July 11th.

6th graders: You need to score at least 80% before stopping.

Subject Verb Agreement .R.1 Use the correct subject or verb

Compound Sentences 6.R.2  reportUse the correct verb – with compound subjects

Compare Decimals 6.F.6  inequalities-with-decimals

Add & Subtract Fractions 6.J.4 word-problems

 

7th graders: You need to score at least 80% before stopping.

Equivalent Expressions 7.S.3 equivalent-expressions
Factor Expressions 7.R.10 factor-linear-expressions

 

8th graders: You need to score at least 80% before stopping.

Lists 8.C.2  Use semicolons, colons, and commas with lists

Quotations 8.K.1 Formatting quotations and dialogue

Reading Graphs 8.X.9 interpret-the-graph-of-a-linear-function-word-problems

Equivalent Expressions 8.S.13 identify-equivalent-linear-expressions

IXL Assignment #2 Week of July 4th

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Incoming 6th graders: You need to get 80-85%  proficiency for all assignments

Clauses 6.N.1 N.1 Identify dependent and independent clauses
Sentences 6.N.2 N.2 Is the sentence simple, compound, or complex?

Fractions,Decimals,Percents 6.I.9 convert-between-decimals-and-fractions-or-mixed-numbers

Graph Integers 6.M.4 graph-integers-on-horizontal-and-vertical-number-lines

Incoming 7th graders (last year’s 6th graders): You need to get 80-85%  proficiency for all assignments

 Equations 7.T.2 write-an-equation-from-words
Percent Applications 7.M.6 percent-of-a-number-tax-discount-and-more

Incoming 8th graders (last year’s 7th graders):  You need to get 80-85%  proficiency for all assignments

Commas 8.A.5 A.5 Commas: review

Clauses 8.C.1 C.1 Use semicolons and commas to separate clauses

Rate of Change 8.I.1 find-the-constant-of-proportionality-from-a-table

Inequalities 8.V.7 graph-solutions-to-two-step-inequalities

Are you doing the correct IXL?

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I have noticed a few of our students who are doing the incorrect grade level assignments. This is only happening for current STEM students, NOT incoming students.

If you were a 6th grader last year, you should be doing the 7th grade assignments.

If you were a 7th grader last year, you should be doing the 8th grade assignments.

Please send me an email if you are confused 🙂

Ms. Bissonette

bissonm@dearbornschools.org

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