Monday, April 18th:
Math: No class because of swimming
1. Learn about Waihee with Bing Maps
2. Waihe'e Coastal Dunes and Wetlands Refuge Video
3. We will break up into groups and do a "jigsaw" on these articles below:
Conservation in Changing Climates: Waihe'e
For Love of the Land: Aloha Aina- Waihe'e
Hawaiian Islands Land Trust: Waihe'e (Also tell what what the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust does and who they are)
Hawaii Magazine: The Waihee Way Back
West Maui Watershed: Hawaiian History of Waihe'e
Cake: Waihe'e Restoration Project
We will come back together in 15 minutes to share our findings.
HOMEWORK: Finish Waihe'e notes - Due Tuesday
Tuesday, April 19th
Scholastic Math in the News
HOMEWORK: 6.8 pg 290 #1-39 odd- Due Wednesday (6.8 Quiz- Friday, Chapter 6 Test-Next Friday)
1.Life Science book- read pages 696-700, do all vocabulary and pg. 700 #1-4.
2. Quiz that you can use your notes on.
Wednesday, April 20th: Math
BINGO- Chapter Assessment pg 302 #1-24
HOMEWORK: 6.8 Quiz-Friday, Chapter 6 Test-Next Friday
Thursday, April 21st
Greek and Latin: Unit 19 workbook and test
HOMEWORK: Unit 20 workbook and crossword puzzle for unit 17-20-Due next Thursday, April 28th
Friday, April 22nd
HOMEWORK: Chapter 6 Test-Next Friday
Science: Review what we will be doing at Waihee on Tuesday: watersheds, ahupua'as, water quality tests: pH, temperature, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, and importance of plankton, NOAA data.
Why monitor water?
Indicators of Water Quality
Then we will all create our own ecology connection map for why all these are important. Due Today!
HOMEWORK: Be on time to school on Tuesday morning. The bus will pick us up at 7:45am and we will return at 2:00pm. Don't forget to bring: wear PE clothes, sunscreen, hat, water bottle, lunch, pencil, paper, and iPad.