Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Hip reading

Today students read the books they've been working on. 





HIP Reading

Tomorrow we are going to play Sign Bingo with our vocabulary words.

file:///Users/Lindsey/Downloads/bingocardapp_534d80ecd5205_53842.pdf

We will have a voc test over all our past weeks this Thursday.

Sick
Fever
Stomach
Germs
Become
Cells
Ache
Left
Right
Poisons
Body
Skin
Virus
Up
Down
Excited
Scared
Disturbed
Jewelry
Scientists
Mosquito
Egypt
Thought
Breathe
Treasure
Face
Mouth
Nose
Eyes
Moon
Sun
Shine
Light
Dark
Mountain
Plains
Stare
Snow
Ice
Heart
Love
Sweetheart
Candy
Flowers
Chocolate
Weather
Rain
Nurse
Doctor
Hosptial
Surgery
Blood
Weight
Thermometer
Healthy
Gloves
Comfy
Chase
Burglar
Wrestle
Amazed
Married
Catch
Mess
Grab
Leap
Couple
First
Second
Third
Own
Order
Pond
Camping
Hike
Outside

Ground

Here are the quizlets

Biology

In Mr. P and Mrs. Kannady's class we have been reviewing for the EOC. For the EOC games and study material click on the EOC tab at the top and scroll down to Biology. There are study guides, games, quizlets, etc to help you study.

Sign Language Club

Sign Language Club meets tomorrow during school. We will be playing SIGN BINGO!!

file:///Users/Lindsey/Downloads/bingocardapp_534d7d97ae6d9_36997.pdf

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Bafford

Today we looked at our test grades from yesterday and we started working on our chapter 20 Guided Reading.

What is Due:

  • Chapter 20 Guided Reading (Turn in on Test Day)
  • Chapter 20 Vocabulary (Turn in on Test Day)
  • Current Event Article Due Friday
  • Amendment Project Due April 14th (see previous post for details)









Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Biology EOC Review

Here are a bunch of ways you can study for your Biology EOC Test. I would recommend going to the first Quizlet listed and printing the questions out as cards... it is super easy. You can also use the Quizlet app to study on your phone, or use the different study methods they offer.  Good Luck!!

Biology End of Course EOC Study Guide (Quizlet, 177+ Questions)
http://quizlet.com/_kefga

EOC Practice Test: On Quizlet (Purple Book)
http://quizlet.com/_o3qx7

ALL EOC TESTS:
http://www.tn.gov/education/assessment/sec_samplers.shtml

EOC Practice Test:
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLU2w1Q21Yek0zREk/edit?usp=sharing

EOC Item Sampler:
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLbGNTZTdXWklrUXM/edit?usp=sharing

Want to print this out....
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLaWVmVVFxcUFCVTA/edit?usp=sharing

EOC REVIEW GAMES (2012)




Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Bafford

Today students took a Chapter 19 Quiz in Government. Tomorrow we will take the Chapter 19 Test.

Remember that your vocabulary and guided reading is due tomorrow/test day.

Here is the Quizlet to help you study for the test.
Chapter 19 Test Study Guide
http://quizlet.com/_o23ay

Monday, April 7, 2014

This is HUGE for Deaf Education!!

http://www.ceasd.org/child-first/alice-cogswell


H.R. 4040, the Alice Cogswell and Anne Sullivan Macy Act

On February 12, 2014, a comprehensive bill that will reform education for deaf and hard of hearing and blind and visually impaired students was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Congressmen Matt Cartwright (D- PA), Mark Takano (D-CA), and Steve Stockman (R-TX). Named for the first deaf student to be formally educated in the U.S. and the beloved teacher of Helen Keller, respectively, the Alice Cogswell and Anne Sullivan Macy Act will will ensure that: every child who is deaf and every child who is blind, regardless of whether they have additional disabilities, will be properly counted and served; each of a child's unique learning needs will be properly evaluated; states will engage in strategic planning to be sure that they can in fact meet each child's specialized needs; the U.S. Department of Education will do its part to hold states and schools accountable; students who are deaf will be served by qualified personnel; and students who are blind will receive state-of-the-art services and skills supported through a new major national collaborative initiative addressing their unique learning needs. Thanks to all who have supported this effort through calls, e-mails, letters, meetings, and in other ways!
There is much work still to be done to move this bill forward. You can help!
  1. Sign the support petition as an individual.
  2. If you represent a local state, or national advocacy organization, sign the petition as an organization.
  3. If your House member has sponsored or co-sponsored the bill thank him or her.  Click here for a Sample letter.
  4. Ask your House of Representatives member to sign on as a cosponsor.
  5. Ask your Senators to sponsor a bill in the Senate.
  6. Use this Press Release as is or modify it to your needs.  Post it on your web site, share it with your stakeholders, send it to local media with your own comments.
 If you have questions or comments please contact Barbara Raimondo at baraimondo@me.com

HIP Reading

This week is a VOCABULARY FREE week!!!!

Instead we are going to be reading/ASL stories and reading books to the class.

Tuesday: We will watch the ASL Story "Grandma Bendy" and answering questions.

Wednesday: Mrs. Ferrell will read a book to the class to show them what they will be expected to do on Friday. Students will choose a book they want to read to the class.

Thursday: Students will practice reading their book to the class.

Friday: Students will read their book to the class. This will be a project grade.


Bafford

QUIZ Tuesday

Here is the Quizlet QUIZ Study Guide:
http://quizlet.com/_nwm87



CHAPTER 19 TEST WEDNESDAY
This means your chapter 19 Voc and Guided Reading is due Wednesday.

We will also have another amendments test this week, so be studying your 27 Amendments. Check previous post for amendments quizlet.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Bafford

Today we took our amendments tests. It was on all 27 Amendments. After we finished that... students were able to work on their guided reading worksheets. Remember:

WHAT'S DUE:
-Chapter 19 Guided Reading
-Chapter 19 Vocabulary
-3 Current Event Articles Due Every Friday
-Bill of Rights Project: Due Monday April 14th. (Directions on an old post)

HIP Reading

Tomorrow we have a spelling and vocabulary Test. After that we are going to watch the following video regarding RESPECT:

http://www.deafvideo.com/home.asp?groupid=2#avtop

Sign Langauge

Great Website for learning signs for the Bible:

http://www.deafvideo.com/

Biology

Today in Mrs. Kannady's 2nd and 3rd Period we did the following worksheets:
We will do this in Mr. P's 1st and 2nd Period class tomorrow.

Notes
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLNC1KU3cyS0dobXc/edit?usp=sharing


Worksheet:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLQUZ5c05jcG10SDQ/edit?usp=sharing

Monday, March 31, 2014

Bafford

Today we reviewed the Amendments and continued to discuss Chapter 19.

WHAT'S DUE:
-Chapter 19 Guided Reading: Due when you take your test.
-Chapter 19 Vocabulary: Due when you take your test.
-3 Current Event Articles Due Every Friday
-Bill of Rights Project: Due Monday April 14th. (Directions on an old post)
-AMENDMENTS TEST 1-27: Any day this week. KNOW ALL AMENDMENTS




 Everything is on previous posts.


 Chapter 19 Notes:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLSENHMFNMakROTWM/edit?usp=sharing


Amendments:
 http://quizlet.com/_lkuyc

 

Tour of Basic Genetics


Tour of Basic Genetics
http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/basics/

DNA LAB
http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/labs/extraction/

Build Your DNA
http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/molecules/builddna/

Molecules of Inheritance:
http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/molecules/


Friday, March 28, 2014

Bafford

Today we went over the following Worksheet




We also handed out your guided reading for Chapter 19. Make sure for section 2, you write the appropriate information on another sheet of paper.

WHAT'S DUE:
-Chapter 19 Guided Reading
-Chapter 19 Vocabulary
-3 Current Event Articles Due Every Friday
-Bill of Rights Project: Due Monday April 14th. (Directions on an old post)

Remember that all your voc and questions are due when we take our test.











HIP Reading

This weeks words are:
First, Second, Third, Own, Order, Pond/Lake, Camping, Hike, Outside, Ground

Monday's worksheets:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLYTNsQU1iOGNBRkU/edit?usp=sharing


Voc Set 6 Quizlet:
http://quizlet.com/39275769/ferrell-aslvoc-6-flash-cards/


Wednesday, March 26, 2014

The Whistler







Bafford Project

Bill of Rights Project

Students must find and cut out 2 pictures (out of magazines or from the internet) to represent each of the first ten amendments.

You must have a cover sheet and you must have an explanation for why you chose that particular picture and how it relates to that certain amendment. 

This is due Monday April 14th. 

Here are some examples. 










































Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Piantedosi

Today we finished the EOC practice (green sheets) in 3rd and 4th Period. When we got finished, we studied the EOC review on the blog.

Kannady

Today in Biology with Kannady, we took the Discovery Assessment in the library. Then we reviewed punnett squares. Yesterday we did the Gene Lab.

Bafford

Today we went over parts of Chapter 19 dealing with different Amendments. Here is the powerpoint.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLSENHMFNMakROTWM/edit?usp=sharing


Also remember:
1. Study your first 15 Amendments: See previous post
2. 3 Current Event Articles Due Friday.
3. Do vocabulary Chapter 19

BRING MAGAZINES TOMORROW


Monday, March 24, 2014

Bafford

Today students were asked to pull out their baggie of their 27 Amendments. This is an activity that I did with you a few weeks ago. If students had their baggie of Amendments, they were given 100 today. Mrs. Bafford also asked who knew the Bill of Rights, the first 10 Amendments. Only one student was able to do this. She was given extra credit. She also studied my video on learning the Amendments.


TO DO:
1. 3 articles due Friday
2. Study 1st 15 Amendments  http://quizlet.com/_lkuyc

Amendment 1

Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly and Petition

Amendment 2

Right to bear arms (weapons)

Amendment 3

Quartering of Troops

Amendment 4

Search and Seizure

Amendment 5

Rights of the Accused

Amendment 6

Requirements for Jury Trials

Amendment 7

Rules of Common Laws (Civil Suits, or Civil Trials)

Amendment 8

Limits on criminal punishment

Amendment 9

Right kept by the people (rights people have)

Amendment 10

Powers of the states and the people

Amendment 11

Law suits against a state

Amendment 12

Election of president and Vice president

Amendment 13

Slavery abolished (ended)

Amendment 14

Rights of Citizens

Amendment 15

Black voting rights


Bill of Rights Signed: This is to help you remember the first 10 Amendments

video


27 Amendments (FAST)
(This is to help DHOH students remember the 27 Amendments)

video


Snake Video:
http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/video/snake-handling-pastor-dies-rattlesnake-bite-22559861