Nov 20:  7th and 8th grade Italian Conjugation of Verbs ( Part 2 )

 

CONJUGATION 2                        
                         
    ending in PORTARE   PAGARE   LAVORARE IMPARARE FREQUENTARE
I IO O                    
YOU TU I                    
YOU (ALL) VOI TE                    
HE LUI A                    
SHE LEI A                    
WE NOI IAMO                    
THEY LORO ANO                    

 

 

 

November 13th:

IN CLASS ROOT PHRASES TO BUILD AROUND FOR 6TH GRADE.

l'acqua     il pane    lo zucchero   la mela

Tu mangi il pane

7TH GRADE:  IF YOU HAVEN'T CREATED A DUOLINGO PERSONAL ACCOUNT/PROFILE, START ONE AND GO THROUGH THE BASICS TO CATCH UP TO FOOD AND  PLURALS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WELCOME TO ANOTHER GREAT SCHOOL YEAR!!!!

9/24/   -  9/25

1ST GRADE: Continuing computer navigation basics.   Focused the period with mouse and pointer tutorial.   Much improved this week.

2nd grade: Tested on headset and sound check.   Tested with finding 2 websites. Without any help from the teacher.   Practiced typingclub and ABCYA.

3rd grade: mouse and pointer tutorial.   Reviewed a few times.  Typing practice.

4th grade: (Tuesdays): Excel features, borders, resizing columns and rows.   Started states and capitals with Excel 1 – 10. Most students completed upto the tenth state.

5th grade: warm up with Typing club,   sound check with headsets.   Set up mouse and pointer tutorial.

6th grade: With prior knowledge of Excel features. Students brought in a layout on paper of their homeroom classroom.   6th grade started work on creating a layout of their classroom utilizing Excel.

7th Grade: Early discussions on High School and the High schools admissions process. Students will be creating a basic spreadsheet with excel and list 10 schools of interest.

6th, 7th , 8th grade: Placement test on typingclub.com.   review capturing screen shots.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE:

6TH GRADE: Spreadsheet started: Vital Phrases in Italian. Video presentation: Italianpod101 “ Why learn a new language; Why Italian?   Kahoot.it: Italian phrases

7th grade: Vital phrase to know when stranded in a Foreign Country.   (Shared spreadsheet)     Italian common greetings. ( Buongiorno, Buon Promeriggio, Buana Sera, Buonnanotte ).   Top 10 reasons why you should learn Italian. Initiation of new vocabulary spreadsheet.

8th.   Specialized High School Test training: Workout A and Workout B, distributed.

 

 

 

9/10/2018

1ST GRADE:  COMPUTER BASICS:  MORNING PROCEDURES.   

                 Vocabulary:  desktop, App ( Application ) ,  App Screen,   Keyboard ,  Mouse,  Mouse button

Computer power up procedures.   Alternating ( toggling ) between Desktop and App Screen.

 

3rd grade:  review saving procedures and saving in a hidden folder ( pictures )

Started but didn't finish ABC Mouse tutorial and Pointer

 

5th Grade:    homerow keys review:  finger positioning of the home row keys.   Touch typing the words :  fad sad dad.  Checking and reissuing of Educationcity.com passwords.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recommended websites for all grade are:  PLEASE SCROLL BELOW TO SEE CLASSWORK AND ACTIVITIES FOR EACH GRADE.

https://studio.code.org/hoc/1

www.abcya.com            www.roomreccess.org       www.turtlediary.com           educationcity.com   typingtest.com

www.code.org              www.typingclub.com     mathletics.com           coolmathgames.com

www.xtramath.org  Students should be using xtramath website every day to increase their addition, subtraction, multiplication and subtraction skills.

6TH, 7TH AND 8TH GRADE STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE ARE ENCOURAGED TO 

GO TO WWW.BOOKBOX.COM AND READ THE ILLUSTRATED STORIES ( SELECT THE ITALIAN AS THE LANGUAGE ) AND THE STORIES ARE ILLUSTRATED AND NARRATED WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES.   To go to the above listed websites, please type the web address into your browser's URL bar.

 

http://maldonadojc.edublogs.org/2018/03/22/what-topics-do-y…-about-in-school/

 

TRIMESTER THREE:

 

Week of 5/21 – 5/22/18   ( prior week Monday only no Tues class: math state testing, week of 5/7, 5/8: yearbook finalizing )  

1st grade: ABC MOUSE and pointer tutorial review ( testing took place ) 1st grade needs practice still on logging in to mathletics and educationcity.com with their passwords.

2nd grade: Excel spreadsheet, States and capitals

3rd grade: typingclub, gcflearnfree.org ( typing tutorial continuation )   Angrybirds.coding

4th grade: typingclub.com warm up, gcflearnfree.org ( most students up to V n lesson. Skychase/keyboard challenge

5th grade: Angrybirds coding completed ( will review in 6th grade and certificates of completion will be collected )

6th grade: Angrybirds coding:

6th grade Foreign language: All excel spreadsheets should have the following worksheets:   conjugation, vocabulary   ( nouns ) , numbers ( 1 – 10 ), phrases, animals

7th grade:   typingclub.com. Codeacademy.org

8th grade: Typingclub warm up.   Overview of resume from word finalized ( due date pending )   Skychase: Keyboard chase challenge

8th grade Foreign language: Duolingo test out exercise of basics, digitaldialects.com : review and lesson on greetings.   Kahoo.it ( quiz activity on greetings and adjectives )  Next week spreadsheet review for final grade ( all verbs, numbers , nouns and phrases collected and recorded in the spreadsheet)

 

 

 

April 9th, April 10th : RETURN FROM EASTER BREAK

1st Grade: Practice typing Log in and password drills for Educationcity and mathletics.   Vocabulary words. Typing club.com ( 20 minute practice time)

2nd grade: (Tuesdays )   Review introduction to Excel. Identifying columns and rows and cell identification. Modifying column and row width and heights and utilization of borders. Formatting and outlining data neatly on a spreadsheet via States and Capitals.Continued populating states and Capitals in an Excel spreadsheet.   After all 50 states have been listed students will learn how to utilize borders on a spreadsheet.

3rd grade: Vocabulary words for the week typed.   Practice typing club (20 minutes) Educationcity.com log in.

4th Grade: (Tuesdays)

5th Grade: Graded American Flags on Excel project.   American Flag design created with States and Capitals listed in the spreadsheet. Students were introduced to the Code.org website where they learned some basics with coding ( coding involved logical and sequential thinking) Students ranged from puzzle #     to puzzle #

6TH GRADE: COMPLETED AVERAGING OUT TYPING SPEED ( TYPINGTEST.COM)    Recorded and calculated in an excel sheet sum totals and average of three typing tests.   Started studiocode.org puzzles.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE: TO NOT BE: NON ESSERE. Negating verbs

7th Grade: Capitals and States in Excel will be graded on 4/16.   Typing practice on typingtest.com, typingclub.com, skychase typing.com

8th grade: Excel basic formula for SUM AND AVG. data collected as Words Per Minute typed utilizing Skychase typing.   Resumes updated.

6-8: Spreadsheet phrases with Video presentation

 

 

 

Week of March 26, March 27: Week before Easter Break

1st Grade:  

VOCABULARY WORDS FOR THE WEEK TYPED

KEYBOARD BUILDER ACTIVITY ONLINE.

2nd Grade: (Tuesdays)   20 minutes on typingclub.com. Introduced to the third program of the school year. Word, Powerpoint and now Excel.   Adjusted columns, identified what is a spreadsheet and what is a cell. Started work on recoreding the 50 states and the 50 capitals on a spreadsheet.  Please be sure to practice at home the Home row keys, FDSA, JKL; THEN BACKWARDS VARIATIONS.     TYPING ACTIVITIES CAN ALSO BE DONE WITH : TYPING INVASION, TYPING CHALLENGE, KEYBOARDING CHASE.

3rd Grade:

TYPED IN WORD 3 X: THE WEEK’S VOCABULARY WORDS:  

TYPING ACTIVITY WITH : TYPING INVASION

4th Grade:

Finalized project with the 50 states in the spreadsheet.   Full project graded next session with video presentation.

5th Grade:

2 Short video presentation on U.S states.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSvJ9SN8THE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_E2CNZIlVIg

Continued populating States and Capitals in the Excel spreadsheet. Next class students will immediately pull up their files for a final grade.

 

6th Grade:  Typingclub.com 10 minute + warm up.   typingtest.com   Average- taken out of 3 One-minute typing tests.  Quick introduction to Code.org. via video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQilo5ecSX4  

7th grade: Finished Flags on Excel.   Independent introduction to Turtle Academy and programming.states and Capitals:   1-20.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE: (passion play rehearsal)

8th grade: Research or three careers and three interesting potential future jobs and responsibilities for a Resume project.   Foreign Language: Italian Podcast with Excel spreadsheet. Verb Conjugation , and food nouns.

 

 

WEEK OF MARCH 19,   MARCH 20

 

Week of March 19, March 20

1st Grade:   Folder locating on desktop, File retrieval.   Opening a file.   Typing drills on word file of home row keys.   Typingclub.com 20 minute drills.   Typingtest.com: Keyboard builder intro. Next week ( log in username and password practice again on Microsoft Word.

2nd Grade: (Tuesdays)Typing drills on Word. Home row keys, FDSA, JKL; THEN BACKWARDS VARIATIONS.     TYPING ACTIVITY WITH : TYPING INVASION, TYPING CHALLENGE, KEYBOARDING CHASE.

3rd Grade:   File retrieval, Typing drills on Word. Several lines of the Home Row keys.   Typingclub.com 20 minutes.   Typingtest.com Keyboard builder.

TYPED IN WORD 3 X: THE WEEK’S VOCABULARY WORDS:  

1. community                2. life cycle             3. Theme               4. Plot                         5. nervous system

6. government               7. Numerator         8. Fraction                9. Denominator          10. Eucharist

11. Lent                           12. Adjective          13. circulatory system      14. Pronoun           15. monarchy

16.  summary                   17. Paragraph         18. Solid                        19. Liquid                     20. gas

 

 

 

4th Grade: (Tuesdays only) FINALIZED Excel Art project: 50 states in Excel spreadsheet. With Capitals.   4th grade was given extra time with this art project. Students were allowed the Buddy system to help each other out, but not to do anywork for someone else.   No more time for art with flag, next session Flags will be graded.

5th Grade: 15 minutes for touch ups. Grading of Art Project utilizing Excel. Graded Flag art work. Listing of the U.S States and Capital in the Excel Spreadsheet underneath the flag. Video presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSvJ9SN8THE  

6th Grade: Review of Excel and data recording.   The sum formula to add up data. Students were challenged with typing racer to record their times ( WPM: words per minute ) record the date in excel and solve for the Excel program to calculate their typing average.

7th grade: Finished Flags on Excel.   Independent introduction to Turtle Academy and programming.

8th Grade:   Typed up Template for final project. Creative Writing Project. Students will draft up and format a future Resume. Forward thinking 20 + years in the future.    

8th grade HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT: DUE on March 26th:   Minimum of 6 Sentences describing yourself.   Your best features, talents, skills, the best parts of your personality. Dedicate two or three sentences to the traits you see yourself having in the future as an adult. Avoid “I AM” statements.   Use statements like “Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, such as Exel, Word and Powerpoint.”   Avoid over using "and " with Run-on sentences.

 

6- 8 TH GRADE FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Google translate the following:

VERBS       NOUNS
         
nice       meet
transition     skirt
preparing     hat
         

Warm up:

Warm up at 17:17 Italian numbers ( 1 - 10)

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeH03PzD25E

Utilizing the above link immerse yourself and translate the following below:

Hello              
Good Morning:              
Good Evening:              
How are you?:              
I'm fine, thanks:              
               
Hi I am ( name)              
Goodbye (formal)              
See you soon              
    informal       formal  
Nice to meet you              
               
Thank you very much:          
Thank you (formal)              
You're Welcome:          You're welcome as in "no problem":
               
Do you speak English?          
Excuse me (formal)       A little:      
Excuse me (informal)            
Please:       where is:     I'm late:
I am sorry:       yesterday:    
How much is it?  (26:00)          
Hom much is this