6th and 7th period

Day to Day


Term 1 - Twelve weeks   7th Grade - 5 Day a Week   See your Google Classroom for assignments


10-15 Monday; 10-16 Tuesday; 10-17 Wednesday

Unit: Junior Solar Sprint (See steps and procedures here)

Due:  Line test and data due by end of period on Thursday.  Last day of the project is Thursday.  A new unit will start on Friday

Homework:  

Today:

10-1 Monday; 10-2 Tuesday; 10-3 Wednesday

Unit: Junior Solar Sprint (See steps and procedures here)

Due:  Chassis with axles/motor due Wednesday

Homework:  None this week

Today:

9-24 Monday; 9-25 Tuesday 9-26 Wednesday; 9-27 Thursday 9-28 Friday

Unit: Junior Solar Sprint (See steps and procedures here)

Goal:  Complete research, planning, and begin measuring, marking, and cutting out chassis

Homework:  See Google Classroom.  Due Monday, Oct 1st: How Solar Panels Work

Today:

9-19 Wednesday; 9-20 Thursday; 9-21 Friday

Unit: Junior Solar Sprint (See steps and procedures here

Homework:  See Google Classroom.  Due Monday, 9/24 at 7:45 am  Grit!

Today:

9-18 Tuesday

Unit: Junior Solar Sprint (See steps and procedures here

Homework:  See Google Classroom.  Due Monday, 9/24 at 7:45 am  Grit!

Today:

9-17 Monday

9-13 Thursday

9-12 Wednesday

Current unit: 3D software/Printing

Your goal today: Assignment #3: Draft an object from a picture

Due:  To be completed by Monday, September 17th at the end of the period

Homework:  See Google Classroom, Zero Waste Companies: Due Monday the 17th

Today:

What do I have to learn this for?  How to follow steps and procedures to complete a project; Intro/exploratory to 3D modeling software (it’s fun! It’s what engineers use).  Measuring in metric. Intro/Exploratory into rapid prototyping

9-11 Tuesday

Current unit: 3D software/Printing

Your goal today: Assignment #2: Keychain

Due:  To be completed by Thursday, September 13th at the end of the period

Homework:  See Google Classroom, Zero Waste Companies; Due Monday the 17th

Today:

What do I have to learn this for?  How to follow steps and procedures to complete a project; Intro/exploratory to 3D modeling software (it’s fun! It’s what engineers use).  Measuring in metric. Intro/Exploratory into rapid prototyping


9-10 Monday

Current unit: 3D software

Your goal today: Assignment #2: Keychain

Due:  To be completed by Thursday, September 13th at the end of the period

Homework:  

Today:

What do I have to learn this for?  How to follow steps and procedures to complete a project; Intro/exploratory to 3D modeling software (it’s fun! It’s what engineers use).  Measuring in metric. Intro/Exploratory into rapid prototyping

9-7:  Friday  

9-6:  Thursday  

9-5:  Wednesday

Current unit: 3D software

Your goal today: Assignment #1: Google Sketchup Basic and Block #1

Due:  To be completed by Monday, September 10th at the end of the period

Homework:  Cradle to Cradle movie on Youtube.  See your google classroom for details:  Due Friday, September 7th by 7:45 am

Today:

What do I have to learn this for?  How to follow steps and procedures to complete a project; Intro/exploratory to 3D modeling software (it’s fun! It’s what engineers use).  Measuring in metric. Intro/Exploratory into rapid prototyping


8-23: Day 1

  1. 6th period:  1:35 to 2:17
  2. 7th period:  2:38 to 3:20
  1. Syllabus (online at: https://thonnings.blog/  See Home/Syllabus-permission slip)
  2. Class designator.  7 for the grade, A for the term, 6 for the period.  See storage areas.  They will be keeping their materials in these cabinets
  1. Google classroom.  They may write the following code to join the correct class this evening from home, otherwise, time will be given on day 2
  1. thonnings website:  https://thonnings.blog/   All class instructions are on this page.  Permission slip and syllabus is under HOME tab
  2. Rules and permission slip:  Review rules on https://thonnings.blog/  See Home / Rules-Stop/Reflect
  3. Homework -

8-24: Day 2

  1. Comp book
  2. Pencil
  3. Ziplock bags for their earbuds
  4. One side of their shoebox
  1. Only use your laptop and your login.  Never give username/password out to anyone
  2. Use two hands to carry.  Once out it stays at your desk
  3. You are responsible.  If the laptop is broken in any way you may be charged.  Look over laptop as soon as you get it.
  4. Laptops should be kept at the table all period