Do a little bit at a time. Memories made over long periods of time will
stick with you longer. Practice until you cannot get the topic wrong -
not until you get it right. Due February 28:Create an account at Khan Academy and enter Coach ID APQF3R in the "Coaches" tab in Khan Academy.Review the root words and bases we covered and create 3 new words that we did not make on Thursday. Due March 7:Barron's COOP/HSPT/TACHS pages 521 (Vocabulary) pages 523-526 (Reading Comprehension) page 532-533 (Spelling and Capitalization) pages 539-540 (Math)Work on corrections for all grammar and abilities from the practice test - write the reason, not just the asnwer. Due March 14:All corrections for all grammar and abilities from the practice test due - write the reason, not just the asnwer.Barron's COOP/HSPT/TACHS pages 522 (Vocabulary)pages 527-529 (Reading Comprehension) page 533 (Punctuation) pages 541-542 (Math)page 548 (Abilities) Create 5 new words from the root words on pages 110-112. Everyone will need to determine what they could mean. Due March 21:All corrections for all grammar and abilities from the practice test in January due - write the reason, not just the asnwer. - seriously, I want to see these!Barron's COOP/HSPT/TACHS pages 530-531 (Reading Comprehension) page 535-538 (Usage and Clarity) pages 543-547 (Math)page 549-551 (Abilities) Create 5 new words from the root words on pages 113. Everyone will need to determine what they could mean.Due March 28:All corrections for all grammar and abilities from the practice test in January due - write the reason, not just the asnwer. - seriously, I want to see these!Barron's COOP/HSPT/TACHS Page 256-260 (Grammar and Reading Comprehension) Page 267-269 (Math) Create 5 new words from the root words on pages 113. Everyone will need to determine what they could mean.Due April 4:Grammar handout Barron's COOP/HSPT/TACHS Page 261-266 (Grammar and Reading Comprehension) Page 270-272 (Math) Create 5 new words from the root words on pages 114. Everyone will need to determine what they could mean.Due April 11:Page 316-top of 320 (Grammar and Reading Comprehension) Page 326-328 (Math) Create 5 new words from the root words on pages 115. Everyone will need to determine what they could mean.Due April 18:Pronoun Agreement 3 Commas 2 Verb Tense Order of operations with negatives Exponents with Integer Bases Writing Algebraic Expressions Word Problems Grammar handout up to #48 Page 320-325 (Grammar and Reading Comprehension) Page 329-331 (Math) Create 5 new words from the root words on pages 115. Everyone will need to determine what they could mean.Multiplying Monomials (Exponents)Due April 25:Evaluating expressions with variables Grammar handout up to #48 Page 357-358 (Verbal) Page 371-372 (Reading Comprehension) Page 379 (Vocabulary) Page 389-390 (Quantitative) Page 363-364 (Grammar) And anything missed since April 11 Due May 2: Pronoun Vagueness Commas 3 Except/Accept and Affect/Effect Grammar handout up to #48 from weeks ago. Highest priority with everyone there!Practice all links and do the homework for weeks you missed.Page 357-360 (Verbal) Page 371-374 (Reading Comprehension) Page 379-380 (Vocabulary) Page 363-365 (Quantitative) Page 389-392 (Grammar) Due May 9: Multiply and Divide Powers with Integer Exponents Page 361-362 (Verbal) Page 366-367 (Quantitative) Page 375-376 (Reading Comprehension) Page 381-382 (Math) Page 393 (Grammar) Review vocabulary from the lexicon that was
emailed to you and make a sentence from one word in each box on the left side of
the first page. Due May 16: Page 536-538 (Clarity) Page 361-362 (Verbal) Page 368 (Quantitative) Page 377-378 (Reading Comprehension) Page 383-385 (Math) Page 394 (Grammar) Review vocabulary from the lexicon that was
emailed to you and make a sentence from one word in each box on the right side of
the first page.Due May 23: Ensure everything missed from 357-394 in complete. Marcus - make sure at least two pages in each section (Verbal, Quant, Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, and Grammar are complete. Giuliana, you should complete the beginning pages you missed. Joseph, Matthew, and Anita - make sure it is all complete and mastered. Review vocabulary from the lexicon that was
emailed to you and make a sentence from one word in each box on the left side of
the second page.Finding Angle Measures 2 Complete any pages missed from last week. Page 439-440 (Verbal) Page 445-446 (Quantitative) Page 453-454 (Reading Comprehension) Page 463 (Math) Page 472 (Grammar) Review vocabulary from the lexicon that was
emailed to you and make a sentence from one word in each box on the right side of
the second page.Due June 6: Irregular Plurals Review Pronoun Vagueness Identifying Verbs Page 441-442 (Verbal) Page 447-448 (Quantitative) Page 455-456 (Reading Comprehension) Page 464-465 (Math) Page 473 (Grammar) Review vocabulary from the lexicon that was
emailed to you and make a sentence from one word in each box on the left side of
the third page.Due June 13: Page 443 (Verbal) Page 449 (Quantitative) Page 457-458 (Reading Comprehension) Page 466 (Math) Page 474 (Grammar) Review vocabulary from the lexicon thlat was
emailed to you and make 10 sentences in total from the top half of the last page (ambiguous words and other grammar) using each pair (not pear like the fruit) correctly in the same sentence. This sentence is an example of what I mean - pair, pear. Any sentence worse than this will not count. Shaded Regions Area and perimeter of rectangles word problems To and two, with too, too Commonly Confused Words (Assorted) Punctuation A Page 444 (Verbal) Page 450-451 (Quantitative) Page 459-460 (Reading Comprehension) Page 461 (Vocabulary) Page 466-467 (Math) Page 475 (Grammar) Review
vocabulary from the lexicon that was
emailed to you and make 5 sentences in total from the bottom half of the
last page (ambiguous words and other grammar) using each pair (not pear
like the fruit) correctly in the same sentence. Due September 19: Thorough practice Test corrections dueInterpreting Scale Drawings Page 444 (Verbal) Page 452 (Quantitative)Page 462 (Vocabulary) Page 467-471 (Math) Page 476-478 (Grammar) Review vocabulary from the lexicon that was emailed to you and make 5 sentences in total from the bottom half of the last page (ambiguous words and other grammar) using each pair (not pear like the fruit) correctly in the same sentence. Due September 26: Median and range Puzzlers Barron's COOP/HSPT/TACHS pages 571 (Vocabulary) pages 573-576 (Reading Comprehension) page 581-582 #1-20 (Spelling and Capitalization) pages 589-590 (Math) Review vocabulary from the lexicon that was emailed to you and make a sentence from one word in each box on the left side of the first page.
Due October 3: Barron's COOP/HSPT/TACHS pages 572 (Vocabulary) pages 577-578 (Reading Comprehension) page 582-583 #21-40 (Punctuation and Usage) pages 591-592 (Math) page 598 (Abilities) Review vocabulary from the lexicon that was emailed to you and make a sentence from one word in each box on the right side of the first page.
Due October 10: More average practice - FIXEDBarron's COOP/HSPT/TACHS Effects-of-shifting-adding-removing-data-pointpages 579-580 (Reading Comprehension) page 585-588 (Clarity) pages 533-596 (Math) page 599-601 (Abilities) Review vocabulary from the lexicon that was emailed to you and make a sentence from one word in each box on the left side of the second page. Due October 17: Median and range Puzzlers Finding Angle Measures 2 Properties of Exponents Solving proportions Punctuation D Ensure everything in the Barron's HSPT 1 is complete. If it is, do the HSPT Packet that was emailed. You have two weeks to complete it. Feel free to time yourself and treat it like a real test but not mandatory. Due October 24: Area and Circumference of CirclesFinish the HSPT Packet Due October 31: Thorough practice test corrections due (from October 26) Let me know if you plan to continue until all tests are over. Additional Review of everything:Divisibility Tests Finding prime numbers Factor pairs Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic (Factoring to primes) Identify Factors and Multiples Least Common Multiple Greatest Common Factor Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple Word Problems Subtracting Negatives Adding and subtracting negatives Adding and Subtracting Negative Fractions Adding and Subtracting Fractions Word Problems Converting percents to decimals Converting decimals to fractions Converting Fractions to Decimals Rounding Decimals Rewriting decimals as fractions challenge Multiplying positive and negative fractions Multiplication with Decimals Dividing Decimals Comparing Rational Numbers Order of Operations - (Challenge: Order of operations with negatives) Challenge: Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers Rational Number Word Problems Exponents - (Challenge: Exponents with Integer Bases) Positive and Zero Exponents Square roots of perfect squares Estimating Square Roots Understanding moving the decimal Patterns in powers of 10 Understanding Place Value when multiplying or dividing by 10 Multiply and Divide by powers of 10 Multiplying and Dividing with powers of 10 Scientific Notation Adding and subtracting in scientific notation Scientific Notation Challenge Writing Proportions Solving proportions Solving Proportions word problems Ratio Word Problems Rate problems - (Challenge:Rate problems with fractions) Finding Percents Percent word problems Discount, Tax, and Tip word Problems Markup and Commission Word Problems Fraction Multiplication as Scaling Interpreting Scale Drawings Age Word Problems Multiple Units Word Problems Reading Bar Graphs Reading Picture Graphs Mean, median, mode Effects-of-shifting-adding-removing-data-point Find a missing value given the mean Median and range Puzzlers More average practice Area of rectangles - (Challenge:Area and perimeter of rectangles word problems) Finding a side given the area Area of Triangles Radius, Diameter, and Circumference Area of Circles -- Challenge: Area and Circumference of Circles Extra Challenge: Area and Circumference of Parts of Circles Challenge: Shaded Regions Pythagorean Theorem Challenge: Pythagorean Theorem Word Problems To and two, with too, tooTriangle Inequality Theorem Challenge:Evaluating expressions with variables Writing Expressions Interpreting Linear Expressions Writing Algebraic Expressions Word Problems One step algebra Two Step Algebra Two Step Equation Word Problems Two Step Equations with Decimal/Fraction Coefficients Complementary and Supplementary Angles Finding Angle Measures 1 Finding Angle Measures 2 Finding Angles in a Triangle Finding Angles in Isosceles Triangles Triangle Angle Review Create Expressions to Solve for Missing Angles Finding missing angles Unknown Angle Algebra Problems Quadrilateral Angles Angles in a polygon Surface Area Solid Geometry Word Problems Volume with fractions Volume word problems with fractions Multiplying powers with like bases Multiplying Monomials (Exponents) Dividing powers with like bases Exponents raised to exponents Using exponent rules to reevaluate expressions Properties of Exponents Multiply and Divide Powers with Integer Exponents Powers of Products and Quotients Properties of exponents Challenge More Powers of Products and Quotients Practice Multiplying and dividing in scientific notation Subject Verb Agreement 3 Word Choice -They're, their, therePronoun Case 3 Word Choice - Who vs Whom Commas 3 Apostrophes 3 It's vs its - Any pronoun with an apostrophe should be said as a contraction, NOT possessive. Whose vs who's Except/Accept and Affect/Effect Apostrophe Practice Punctuation Fill-in the blank Adjectives - describe nouns Edhelper.com grammar Freerice.com has some great grammar and vocabulary. It donates rice to feed the hungry for every correct answer. Sequences: https://www.fibonicci.com/numerical-reasoning/ Grammar:Dangling Modifiers - Dangling Modifiers Verb Tense- https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/grammar/parts-of-speech-the-verb/the-tenses/e/intro-to-verb-tense Punctuating Lists Possessives Plural Possessive - https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/grammar/punctuation-the-comma-and-the-apostrophe/introduction-to-the-possessive/e/advanved--plural--possesion Singular and Plural Nouns Subject Verb Agreement (KA) - https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/grammar/syntax-conventions-of-standard-english/subject-verb-agreement-and-pronoun-antecedent-agreement/e/subject-verb-agreement Pronoun Agreement (KA) - https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/grammar/syntax-conventions-of-standard-english/subject-verb-agreement-and-pronoun-antecedent-agreement/e/pronoun-antecedent-agreement Commas - https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/grammar/punctuation-the-comma-and-the-apostrophe/introduction-to-commas/e/meet-the-comma Adverbs vs Adjectives (KA) Indefinite Pronouns (KA) Parallel Structure Irregular Verbs Prepositional Phrases Irregular Plurals Review Subject, Object, or Direct Object Commonly Confused Words (Assorted) Pronoun Vagueness Identifying Verbs https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galileo_Galilei
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