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    Topics: Clouds, Isobars, High/Low Pressure Systems, Air Masses and Fronts




    Click Here for the Practice NJSLA Test (A.K.A NJASK Science 8 ) 







    Welcome to 8th Grade Science!!!!!!!!!!!!



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    Materials Required for Science:

    ● three ring binder                 

    ● pencils

    ● loose leaf paper                    

    ● metric ruler (30 cm)                        

    ● 5 plastic sleeves    


    • Be respectful.
    • Come to class prepared with all materials.
    • Be on time and in your seat by the bell working on the Do Now.
    • NO gum, candy, food, or drink in the classroom.
    • Turn in work on time. Late work will be penalized.
    • Treat computers and other technology with respect and only use when directed.
    • Record down your assignments.
    • Be alert and follow all safety rules during lab activities.
    • Keep binder organized up to date.
    • Keep work neat and legible.


    Absences and Missed Work:

        ● If you miss class, it is YOUR responsibility to find out what work you missed.

        ● ALL work missed due to absence must be made up.

        ● Extra help is available all you need to do is ask. 

        ● Work that is late for any reason other than an excused absence may be handed in late and will be penalized 10% per day late. Work more than two days late will receive a zero grade, but you are still expected to complete it to ensure that you understand the concept.  Exception: If an assignment is reviewed in class or returned, you will not receive credit for that assignment.


    Grading Policy:

    • All work is graded on a point system and weighted as follows:
    • tests and quizzes 45%
    • class work and lab work 45%
    • homework 10%


     Are you studying for a test?  
    Try making questions and then answering them.  These words will help you make higher level questions... 

    Assess, Construct, Compare, Investigate, Cite Evidence, Formulate, Critique, Revise, Draw a conclusion, Explain using (topic) concepts, Develop an argument, Design, Connect, Apply a concept, Analyze, Prove