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Directions: Select one option from each subject you have for this grading period. For example; if you have an English, Math, Science, PE, and an Independent Study class, you should select an activity to do from each of those areas and work on Odysseyware for the Independent Study class.
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EnglishScienceMathSocial StudiesWork Seminar/Small BusinessArtPE Keep a little journal and keep track of what you have done and you can share it with me.Independent Study
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Contact Renee at: rburnham@northfieldschools.org Phone: 507-301-6426Eric: eswanmcdonald@northfieldschools.orgRachel Rolling
Email: rrolling@northfieldschools.org
Phone: (651) 571-0149
Micah: mschultz@northfieldschools.orgCheryl: cmathison@northfieldschools.orgKarna: khauck@northfieldschools.org Chris: criazi@northfieldschools.orgDaryl; dkehler@northfieldschools.org
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Read for 30 minutes and write brief sumary (4-5 sentences) on what you read.Go for a short walk (outside) on this lovely day. Make and record at least three observations of plants and/or animals. Explain the adaptations that they have that allow them to survive during a Minnesota winter.Complete a suduko or any other logic puzzel. (hidato, number fill, etc) You will need to show me your completed puzzle on the next day back. Read a newspaper article (online or hard copy) and write a summary of the who, what, where, when, and why.Watch an episode of Undercover Boss. Write down the business, different jobs and changes or insights the CEO made.Draw or paint anything you would like for 45 minutes and bring it with you to show Riazi or Karna the next school day. If you don't have another idea, draw or paint a still life (flowers, toys, fruit, etc.), or portrait of a friend, family member or pet for 30 minutes. Watch YouTube for a good 20 minute workout. Work on Odysseyware nfldalc.owschools.com
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Watch any documentary about a famous African-American person and write a brief summary (4-5 sentences) about what you learned.Go to the website for the Hazelden treatment center (https://www.hazeldenbettyford.org/). Write a brief explanation of this facitily including how they define addiction and their treatment philosophy.Go to the website ixl.com and practice a skill, algebra one or above, for until mastery. You do not need to sign in but should take a picture of your final score to show me. This website will allow you to practice for free daily for 30 minutes. Watch an episode of a historical documentary series on Netflix (Ken Burns Vietnam, Untold US History, etc.) and write a brief summary. Watch and episode of Shark Tank. Write down all the start ups, the amount they ask for, what they got and which shark if any offered them a deal.Watch a music video and write about why you appreciate it. What is visually compelling about the video, and does it add meaning to the song? Is the instrumental portion or lyrics more interesting to you? Do you have the musical vocabulary to describe the instrumental portion? Read the lyrics on Genius.com and then write about how understanding them better changes your appreciation of the song.Shovel
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Watch any movie and tell about: plot, characters, setting, themes, and conflict.Watch a PBS documentary about animals and write a brief summary of what you learned.Follow one of the two links below and complete the activity.
https://student.desmos.com?prepopulateCode=ed2y8d

https://student.desmos.com?prepopulateCode=q66fzj
Discuss a topic that we've covered in class with a sibling, friend, or parent. Breifly reflect in written form about the conversation. Watch an episode of The Profit. Write down the business Mark worked with, the amount invested and the changes and challenges he went through with the business owners.Research and write about one of you favorite artists. What makes their work special to you? What are some of your favorite works of theirs? Tell us a little bit about their life. When/where did they live? How did they learn the skills they needed?Help a neighbor dig out of snow.
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Write 3 journals (60 words each) on topics of your choice OR 3 poems (at least 10 lines each)Cook something tasty (like cookies). Wrtie a brief summary and explain (you'll need to look this up) what the individual ingredients do for the recipe. For example, what is the role of salt or sugar or butter or baking soda etc...Cook something! Take it a step farther than just making something tasty and try to double or half the recipe. You can make someting just for you or make a big batch to bring to school and share. Journal about the process or show notes on how you ultered the size of the recipes. Write a "letter to the editor" about something you appreciate or a positive change you'd like to see in your community. Watch an episode of Dirty Jobs. Write down all of the jobs he participated in, what was involved in them and how much an hour you would have to be paid to do it yourself.Your choice of visual or musical artwork for 45 minutes. Either take pictures or video, or bring your work with you the next school day.Make a snow man or fort and take a picture.
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Or anything that requires you to read or write and will requires 25-30 minutes of your time. Bring that idea to me and some documentation that you did it. Ex: wrote a letter to Grandma or read to a siblingHave an idea not listed that you think shows your math ability. Complete the activity and descibe both the activity and how it relates to math in a journal. Or stay inside and lift weights, do crunches, pushups/situps, stretching or yoga exercises, or
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Work on the math portion of your ACT prep for 30 mintues. Bring back any questions you do not know how to complete and hand in any scratch work you did.You could go sledding, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, ice skating (weather permitting).
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