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 Tuesday, 22 April 2008
Tuesday, 22 April 2008 14:13:11 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) ( )

Here is the Science Calendar #6 .... click link to download....

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 Monday, 14 April 2008
Monday, 14 April 2008 16:11:50 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) ( )

Need to download a new copy of the Science Calendar?  Click link to download... 

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6th grade Notebook/Science Calendar #5
Check items due Wednesday 4/16
___# of stamps on Science Calendar #5
(should have 17 +1 bonus stamp)
___ Review: Factors that influence Climate 3/17 t-chart
___(if not stamped on April 2 Beach Erosion Activity, and/or April 3  Review of Holt ch 10)
___ ch 11 practice quizzes w/ corrections
           (sections 1, 2, and 3 + flow chart)
___ subtotal x3 = ______ + __0 parent signature
-___ (2 pts per day if late)  Total: _______ / 67

 

7th grade Notebook/Science Calendar #5
Check items due Wednesday 4/16
___# of stamps on Science Calendar #5
(should have 19 +1 bonus stamp)
___(if work not stamped, staple to this)
___worksheet: Review & Enrich 9-3 (fungi) & 19-1
___worksheet: Review & Enirch19-2, 19-3
___worksheet: Review & Reinforce 12-1, 12-2
___ subtotal x3 = ______ + __0 parent signature
-___ (2 pts per day if late)   Total: _______ / 76

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 Tuesday, 08 April 2008
Tuesday, 08 April 2008 16:50:24 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) ( )

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This article is about research being done on students with dyslexia who are learning in very different languages.  The researchers are comparing the functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) of the brains of students learning either English or Chinese.  The scientists are then comparing the two images to see which areas of the brain are experiencing unusual amounts of stimulation.  The article says that the scientist's findings are useful because it tells therapists to used different methods when helping dyslexic children who are from different cultures.  I would like to know if the current therapies used to help students who are learning the more visual languages (i.e. Chinese) would help the English learning students who have sensory-motor difficulties (which in our culture would not be considered dyslexia).  I also wonder if a student with dyslexia in English would have an easier time learning Chinese (assuming that they had the same level of exposure to the language that a native-Chinese speaker would have) & vice versa.  Do you have ideas about something related to the topic of this article?  If so, post a comment.  [extra credit is not being given for this. To ensure privacy, please only use your initials and class period; if you are a parent of a student, you're welcome to post to, no names though.  Thank you!]

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 Thursday, 03 April 2008
Thursday, 03 April 2008 14:54:24 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) ( )

I can't open the calendar page, so I'm assuming their server is down.   Homework i:

6th grade- Review of ch 10 Holt worksheet given in class

7th grade- Read and workbook ch 12 sect 4 

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