-- Practice using relative location
-- Give miscellaneous information (see "Material covered in class")
-- Fill out practice relative location half-sheet (see below); go over
-- Some classes: Fill out index cards with relative location questions and put answers on sticky notes. Exchange with classmates. Answer questions and check using sticky notes.
-- Continue studying for locations quiz on Wednesday
-- Period 1-- Goal sheet and symbol on index cards due Friday
Notes/Handouts/Material covered in class:
-- Quiz grades will be without the 3+ added initially (grade could go up but it won't go down).
-- Students are encouraged to google "absolute and relative location practice/games" to find more fun ways to practice and get ready for the quiz on Wednesday.
-- Reviewed how to access handouts on website (use date on assignment, go to "daily activities," find posting for that day, scroll all the way down, use "previous" if necessary, download, and print).
-- If you lose your compass rose, make another one. Instructions are on website.
-- Absolute and relative location practice worksheets are on website. Remember to print out both front and back, attach to each other, and snip to be able to see answers.
Ms. Schaedler is starting her 29th year of teaching middle school. (She loves it!) Most of her work has been in Social Studies, but she has also designed and implemented a program teaching "lifelong learning skills" to middle school students to enhance their success.