Grade 8 Homework

Mrs. Kulesa Homework

5/20 Grade 8 Final Study Guide is listed below.

Grade 8 Final Exam Study Guide

Below is a list of the topics that will be covered on the Final Exam.

Use your online text, workbook text and notebook to study.

Module B Cells and Heredity

  1. Unit 1 Cells        
    • The different types of cells prokaryote and eukaryote, their structures and similarities and differences
    • The differences between unicellular and multicellular organisms
    • The cell theory and the scientists who contributed to the cell theory
    • Cell structures and functions
      • Cell wall
      • Cell membrane
      • Cytoplasm
      • Mitochondria
      • Nucleus
      • Nucleolus
      • Chromatin
      • Vacuole
      • Lysosome
      • Smooth and rough endoplasmic retuiculum
      • Choloroplasts
  • The functions of the cell parts
  • Be able to label a plant, animal or bacteria cell
    • Difference between plant, animal and bacteria cells
    • Diagrams of plant animal and bacteria cells

Module C

Know of be able to:

  • The differences between producers, consumers, and decomposers and examples
  • Analyze a food web
  • The differences between predator and prey and examples
  • Discuss the Nitrogen Cycle and the role of rhizobium in the nitrogen cycle.

Module J

  • The principles of density

Unit 3 Lessons 1 and 2

  • The symbols for the first 20 elements on the periodic table
  • How to draw a Lewis Dot Diagram for a chemical symbol
  • What do the columns of the periodic table have in commonWhat do the letters and numbers in a box in the periodic table stand for
  • Chemical and physical properties of matter
  • What the subscript and large numbers in a compound represent

Be to do the following:

  • label a diagram of an atom
  • Give the charges of the subatomic particles of the atom
  • Be able to name or give the formula for an ionic or covalent compound
  • Identify a chemical reaction in a diagram
  • State the signs of a chemical reaction
  • balance a chemical equation
  • Identify the reactants and products in a chemical reaction and explain why the properties of the reactants are different from the products
  • Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass

Essay Question: Be able to write a 5-6 sentence paragraph on the following topics

  1. Describe the nitrogen cycle and explain the role of rhizobium in the nitrogen cycle
  2. Compare and contrast plant and animal cells
  3. Explain why the reactants of a chemical reaction have different properties than the products of the same chemical reaction.
  4. Why is an atom neutral?

5/14 8A and 8B: Microscope, Bacteria, Plant and Animal Cell Parts and Diagram Test 8A Thursday 5/23 8B Wednesday 5/22

Know or be able to do the following:

  • Label a microscope bacteria animal and plant cell diagram
  • Define/give function of  microscope and bacteria, animal and plant cell parts
  • Describe the differences among bacteria, animal and plant cells
  • Identify the differences between unicellular and multicelluar organisms
  • Identify the characteristics and differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells

5/9 8A Cell Types Gizmo due tomorrow,

 

5/7 8B Cell Types Gizmo due tomorrow

5/3 8A Do Module B Unit 1 Lesson 1 Explorations 1 and 2.  Due Tuesday 5/7

5/1 8B Do Module B Unit 1 Lesson 1 Exploration 2.  Due Friday 5/3

 

4/30 8B Do Module B Unit 1 Lesson exploration 1 due tomorrow

4/16 8A and 8B Module J unit 3 Lesson 2/Covalent and Ionic Bonds Test Friday April 12th. See study guide below.

Module J Unit 3 Lesson 3/Ionic/Covalent Bond Test  Dates 8A Friday May 3rd 8B Tuesday April 30th.

Know or be able to do the following:

  • Identify ionic bonds with or without polyatomic ions and covalent bonds
  • Be able to name ionic bonds including those with polyatomic ions
  • Be able to write the formula for ionic bonds using the name of the ionic bond
  • Be able to name the covalent bond using the formula and be able to write the formula from the name of the covalent bond.
  • Be able to write in detail on the differences between covalent and ionic bonds.  Include examples of each
  • Be able to identify the reactants and products in a chemical equation
  • Be able to balance a chemical equation
  • Be able to tell why the products differ from the reactants in a chemical equation but the mass and elements of the reactants are the same as the mass and elements in the products.

 

 

Mrs. Hoos Homework

 

8 - SUMMER READING!

 

 

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If you have any questions about your summer reading and reports -- shoos@sttaob.com

 

Mrs. Tannucilli Homework

Religion

8ACC: Ten Years From Now assignment due on Wednesday, May 2.  Select a song that describes your time at St. Thomas.  Be prepared to discuss it with the class.  Make sure the lyrics are appropriate!

8R:  Ten Years From Now assignment due on Wednesday, May 2.  Select a song that describes your time at St. Thomas.  Be prepared to discuss it with the class.  Make sure the lyrics are appropriate!

 

Google classroom codes:
8ACC: eajslra
8R:  87nmh7

 

Mrs. Gioacchini Homework

Students Entering 8th Grade Summer Math Work

DUE -- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2019

2 Parts -

1.  IXL Summer Assignment - Complete each IXL topic on the EIGHTH GRADE MATH LEVEL to a smart score of 100% to receive credit.  The IXL assignment is worth 50 points and is due on Friday, September 6, 2019 at 7AM.  A zero will be issued if the assignment is not completed by the due date.   Please plan accordingly, as you have the entire summer to work on this assignment. 

2.  Are You Ready? Worksheet - Complete the following 50 questions which will be worth 50 points. The assignment will be collected on Friday, September 6, 2019.  A zero will be issued if the assignment is not completed by the due date.  All work must be written out neatly and shown on loose leaf paper or no credit will be given for that math question.  All answers should be written on the answer sheet and please use the graphs provided to answer questions 46, 47 and 48.  Also, for numbers 49 and 50, please write the inequality on the line and use the number line to the right to graph the inequality.

Staple all the paper work together (Answer sheet, Are you Ready worksheet, and the loose leaf paper with all math work) with the answer sheet on top.

 

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