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April 27th – May 1st

***Please complete all of your work on Google Classroom***
***All Topics are Tentative***
Topics for the week of April 27th


8th Grade Science
Monday, April 27th – Newton’s third law of motion
Tuesday, April 28th – Zoom meeting
Wednesday, April 29th – Jeopardy questions
Thursday, April 30th – Exam (Motion)
Friday, May 1st – ________________________________________________________________________________8th Grade Religion
Monday, April 27th – Acts, Chapter 6
Tuesday, April 28th – Zoom meeting
Wednesday, April 29th – Catholics and defending the faith
Thursday, April 30th – Pope Benedict XVI
Friday, May 1st – ________________________________________________________________________________7th Grade Science
Monday, April 27th – Zoom meeting
Tuesday, April 28th – The nervous system
Wednesday, April 29th – Exam
Thursday, April 30th – Current event
Friday, May 1st – ________________________________________________________________________________6th Grade Science
Monday, April 27th –The nonliving environment
Tuesday, April 28th – Jeopardy questions
Wednesday, April 29th – Zoom meeting
Thursday, April 30th – Exam
Friday, May 1st – ________________________________________________________________________________5th Grade Science
Monday, April 27th – Energy transfer
Tuesday, April 28th – Mechanical and chemical energy
Wednesday, April 29th – Energy from sound
Thursday, April 30th – Current Event
Friday, May 1st – ________________________________________________________________________________

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Phys ed 4/27/20

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April 20th – April 24th

***Please complete all of your work on Google Classroom***
***All Topics are Tentative***
Topics for the week of April 20th
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8th Grade Science
Monday, April 20th – Newton’s First Law of Motion
Tuesday, April 21st – Friction
Wednesday, April 22nd – Newton’s Second Law of Motion
Thursday, April 23rd – Current Events
Friday, April 24th –
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8th Grade Religion
Monday, April 20th – Acts, Chapter 4
Tuesday, April 21st – The Church, Justice, and Peace
Wednesday, April 22nd – St. John Paul II
Thursday, April 23rd – St. John Paul II
Friday, April 24th –
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7th Grade Science
Monday, April 20th – Joints and Ligaments Project
Tuesday, April 21st – Joints and Ligaments Project
Wednesday, April 22nd – Joints and Ligaments Project
Thursday, April 23rd – The Nervous System
Friday, April 24th –
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6th Grade Science
Monday, April 20th – Natures Cycle: The Water Cycle
Tuesday, April 21st – Natures Cycle: The Nitrogen Cycle
Wednesday, April 22nd – Nature Cycle: The Carbon Cycle
Thursday, April 23rd – Current Events
Friday, April 24th –
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5th Grade Science
Monday, April 20th – What is Energy?
Tuesday, April 21st – Examples of Energy
Wednesday, April 22nd – Examples of Energy
Thursday, April 23rd – Potential and Kinetic Energy
Friday, April 24th –
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4/20/20 phys ed

 

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April 6th to April 10th

***Please complete all of your work on Google Classroom***
***All Topics are Tentative***
Topics for the week of April 6th
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8th Grade Science
Monday, April 6th – Momentum
Tuesday, April 7th – Newton’s First Law of Motion
Wednesday, April 8th – Newton’s First Law of Motion
Thursday, April 9th – Holy Thursday
Friday, April 10th – Good Friday
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8th Grade Religion
Monday, April 6th – The Triduum
Tuesday, April 7th – The Rosary
Wednesday, April 8th – Easter
Thursday, April 9th – Holy Thursday
Friday, April 10th – Good Friday
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7th Grade Science
Monday, April 6th – The muscular system
Tuesday, April 7th – The muscular system
Wednesday, April 8th – The muscular system
Thursday, April 9th – Holy Thursday
Friday, April 10th – Good Friday
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6th Grade Science
Monday, April 6th – Biotic and abiotic factors in most ecosystems
Tuesday, April 7th – Biotic and abiotic factors in most ecosystems
Wednesday, April 8th – Biotic and abiotic factors in most ecosystems
Thursday, April 9th – Holy Thursday
Friday, April 10th – Good Friday
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5th Grade Science
Monday, April 6th – Google Slides Intro
Tuesday, April 7th – Advertisement poster
Wednesday, April 8th – Advertisement poster 
Thursday, April 9th – Holy Thursday
Friday, April 10th – Good Friday
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3rd-8th grade phys Ed 4/6/20

Warm up and strength 

 

workout of the day

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March 30th – April 3rd

***Please complete all of your work on Google Classroom***
***All Topics are Tentative***
Topics for the week of March 30th



8th Grade Science
Monday, March 30th – Speed and Velocity 
Tuesday, March 31st –  Acceleration 
Wednesday, April 1st – Distance and displacement review  
Thursday, April 2nd – Live Video Conference (Zoom) Exam will be moved to next week
Friday, April 3rd -Mass and inertia  



8th Grade Religion
Monday, March 30th – The Second Vatican Council 
Tuesday, March 31st – The Second Vatican Council 
Wednesday, April 1st – The Second Vatican Council 
Thursday, April 2nd – The Second Vatican Council
Friday, April 3rd – Exam (Chapters 15 and 16) 


7th Grade Science
Monday, March 30th – Review (TheCell Theory) 
Tuesday, March 31st – The characteristics and functions of the skin
Wednesday, April 1st – The characteristics and functions of the skin
Thursday, April 2nd – Bruises and skin repair
Friday, April 3rd – Current Events 



6th Grade Science
Monday, March 30th – Ways in which organisms obtain energy for life
Tuesday, March 31st – Symbiotic relationships 
Wednesday, April 1st – Symbiotic relationships 
Thursday, April 2nd – Live Video Conference (Zoom)
Friday, April 3rd – Exam (Interactions of Life) 



5th Grade Science
Monday, March 30th – Nonrenewable energy resources
Tuesday, March 31st – Renewable resources 
Wednesday, April 1st – Conservation and the environment 
Thursday, April 2nd – Energy Resources 
Friday, April 3rd – Current Events 



 

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3rd-8th grade Physical Education 3/30

Hi Guys,

Todays gym class is a 3 part, 2 video workout

Parts 1 & 2 (video 1) is the warm up and strength

Part 3 (video 2) is the conditioning workout

IMPORTANT NOTE

This workout does contain handstand push ups, if you have never done these before, please don’t try them until you are with either myself or with someone that understands how to coach them properly 

use 1 of the much safer scaled options instead 

if you have any questions, please ask

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March 23rd – March 27th

***Please complete all of your work on Google Classroom***

***All Topics are Tentative***
Topics for the week of March 23rd



8th Grade Science
Monday, March 23d – Conference video (I will send you an email invite and the link through Google Classroom.)
Tuesday, March 24th – Quiz (The Universe) 
Wednesday, March 25th – What is Motion? Displacement vs. Distance.  
Thursday, March 26th – Determining and calculating the speed of an object. 
Friday, March 27th – Current Events Worksheet 



8th Grade Religion
Monday, March 23rd – Religious orders grow in the 19th and early 20th century. 
Tuesday, March 24th – Religious orders grow in the 19th and early 20th century. 
Wednesday, March 25th – The Catholic Church grows in a diverse nation. 
Thursday, March 26th – The Catholic Church grows in a diverse nation. 
Friday, March 27th – The Catholic Church grows in a diverse nation. 



7th Grade Science
Monday, March 23rd – The properties of acids and how they are used. 
Tuesday, March 24th – Bases (Properties and uses) and the pH scale.  
Wednesday, March 25th – Acids and Bases review 
Thursday, March 26th – Conference video (I will send you an email invite and the link through Google Classroom)
Friday, March 27th – Exam (Mixtures, Acids, and Bases) 



6th Grade Science
Monday, March 23rd – Sample counts and population sizes 
Tuesday, March 24th – Factors that cause changes in population 
Wednesday, March 25th – Conference video (I will send you an email invite and the link through Google Classroom)
Thursday, March 26th – Exponential growth in populations 
Friday, March 27th – Current Events Worksheet 



5th Grade Science
Monday, March 23rd – The Sun and other Stars 
Tuesday, March 24th – The Planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) 
Wednesday, March 25th – The Planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune) 
Thursday, March 26th – Conference video (I will send you an email invite and the link through Google Classroom)
Friday, March 27th – Exam (The Solar System) 



 

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March 16th – March 20th

***For this week, take a picture of all completed assignments and email them to me at vdipiazza@olgcahb.org.***

***All Topics are Tentative***
Topics for the week of March 16th



8th Grade Science
Monday, March 16th – In lieu of the exam that was scheduled for today, complete the following and return it to me via email by 6:00 p.m. (Chapter 14, Section 1 and 3) 

  •  If you are looking from Earth, a star that is dim can appear bright in the sky, and a star that is bright can appear dim.  Why? 
  •  Alpha Centauri is approximately 4.4 light-years away from Earth. How many miles is that? 
  •  Which part of the Sun allows solar wind to escape from it? 
  •  Why are sunspots darker than their surrounding areas? 
  •  Why is the Sun unusual compared to other stars?
  •  Research a constellation of your choice and write a report (At least two paragraphs) that: 

a) Describes what a constellation is,

b) Identifies the stars in that constellation,

c) Describes the mythological character or story for which the constellation is named  

Tuesday, March 17th – Read section 3, pages 416-421, answer the following: 

  •  What were Ejnar Hertzsprung and Henry Russell’s observations? Explain what they developed? 
  •  What is meant by a main sequence? Do all stars belong in the main sequence?  
  •  Explain the process of how a star is formed. 
  •  Explain the following: Nebula, giants, white dwarfs, supergiants, neutron star, supernova.

Wednesday, March 18th

  • Watch the link below on “Black Holes” and create five questions and answers based on it.  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOEDG3j1bjs

Thursday, March 19th

  •  Read and outline pages 422-425. 
  •  What is the Big Bang theory? In your opinion, how does this theory reinforce the belief that God created the universe? 

Friday, March 20th – With the Coronavirus in the news, write an article (At least three paragraphs)  comparing this virus with the Bubonic plague during the 14th century and the Spanish flu of 1918.  Include the following:

  •  What were the causes of each virus? 
  •  What were the symptoms? 
  •  How did the viruses affect the world (Ex…How many people were affected? How many died? Was there an economic impact?)


8th Grade Religion
Monday, March 16th – Finish reading chapter 14 and complete questions 1-10 on page 159. 

Tuesday, March 17th – Read pages 164, answer the following questions: 

  •  Why did Pope Pius IX call himself the “Prisoner of the Vatican?”
  •  Who was Otto Van Bismarck and what was the program he implemented called Kulturkampf? (Explain how the Church was trying to be controlled.)

Wednesday, March 18th – Draw a political cartoon in support of the Church during the time of Kulturkampf. 

Thursday, March 19th –  Read page 165 and explain in detail the Pope Leo XIII’s encyclical, Rerum Novarum, and Pope Pius X’s reforms.

Friday, March 20th – Enjoy your weekend.



7th Grade Science
Monday, March 16th  – Pages 294-295, numbers 6-15 (Answers only) 

Classify the following as either homogeneous or heterogeneous.
1) Air                  2) Chocolate chip ice cream                3) Caesar salad                  4) Sugar dissolved in water
5) Soil                6) Aluminum foil                                   7) Black coffee                   8) Sugar water
9) Paint            10) Beach sand                                       11) Kool-aid                        12) Oil and water

Tuesday, March 17th – Read pages 300-303, answer the following:

  •  What is another name for a homogeneous mixture? 
  •  Describe the difference between a solute and a solvent. Give examples for each.
  •  What happens during crystallization? What is the solid called?
  •  What is an example of a precipitate? 

Wednesday, March 18th

Watch the video link and explain what stalactites and stalagmites are and how each of them form. (You will like the “Stranger Things” 80’s vibe)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9IsoIDR-8c

Thursday, March 19th – Read pages 306, 309-311. Answer the following:

  •  Why is water called the universal solvent? 
  •  Define the following terms: Aqueous, solubility, saturated, concentration  

Friday, March 20th – Research any article you want on the link below and fill out the “Current Events” worksheet in Google Classroom. 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/news/top/science/



6th Grade Science
Monday, March 16th
– Finish your “Cell Superhero” project.  Take a clear picture of your project and email it to me.  Make sure your character’s powers have a connection to a particular part of a cell.

Tuesday, March 17th –  Read pages 254 and 255, answer the following: 

  •  What is the biosphere and what does it include? 
  •  What are some environments that make up the biosphere? 
  •  Why can life live and thrive on Earth, but not on the other planets in our solar system? Explain thoroughly. 
  •  Explain the difference between an ecosystem and ecology? Give an example for each. 
  •  Who are ecologists?

Wednesday, March 18th – Read pages 256 – 257, to help you answer the following: 

  •  How is a population of organisms different than a community of organisms? 
  •  Research any organism you want and explain its habitat.  
  •  Does the amount of rainfall in an area determine which kinds of organisms can live there? Why or why not.
  •  Watch the video link below and explain how water plays an important part in Earth’s biosphere. Use examples. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyb4qz19hEk&feature=youtu.be

Thursday, March 19th – Read and outline pages 258-259. 

Friday,  March 20th -Research any article you want on the link below and fill out the “Current Events” worksheet in Google Classroom. 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/news/top/science/



5th Grade Science
Monday, March 16th – Read pages 482-483, answer the following question. 

  •  Compare and contrast the differences and similarities between the moon and Earth? There are multiple answers and you need to be specific. 

Tuesday, March 17th – Read pages 484-486, and use your computers to help answer the following questions: 

  •  The moon’s orbit around Earth is an ellipse. What is an ellipse? 
  •  How close do the moon and Earth get?  
  •  Do the moon and Earth rotate at the same speed? 
  •  Why do we only see the same side of the moon? 
  •  Why is the moon often bright at night? 
  •  What is an eclipse? 
  •  Explain the difference between a solar and lunar eclipse?

Wednesday, March 18th – Read the article “Earth’s Oldest Known Rock…” that was sent to you this morning.  You can also copy and paste the link below. 

file:///C:/Users/Vincenzo/Desktop/Earth’s%20Oldest%20Rock.htm

  •  Lookup (online)the underlined words in the article and explain their meaning. 
  •  In your own words, write a two-paragraph summary explaining what the article was about.

Thursday, March 19th – Watch the video link and answer the questions below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4ZHdzl6ZWg

  •  What is meant by the moon has phases?
  •  Where does the word month come from? 
  •  What is the “Terminator?”
  •  What is another name for the First Quarter phase of the moon? 
  •  When is the only time a lunar and solar eclipse can happen? Why?
  •  What does gibbous mean? 
  •  What do the words waxing and waning mean? 

You do not have a worksheet assignment!

Friday, March 20th – Research any article you want on the link below and fill out the “Current Events” worksheet in Google Classroom. 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/news/top/science/