Check out the new Uniform Guidelines!
Profile to install that will enable Google sites: http://bit.ly/1pCCB1a
to view this video, do not use school connect. Go to the school website through safari at som.sweetwaterschools.org. Then hold down the link above and open video in a new tab.
SOM calendar URL: http://www.google.com/calendar/ical/michelle.zamora%40southwestms.org/public/basic.ics (use this to sync with iCal)
Click on the link below to take the Needs Assessment Survey.
English Student Needs Assessment Survey: https://www.research.net/s/QXZBG8K
Spanish Student Needs Assessment Survey: https://www.research.net/s/QXR5BVZ
Click here to view the video:
Think about the message that can be learned from this video? How does it relate to being a student? What does this video teach us about failure and success?
Online Text book Resources
Algebra http://www.classzone.com/cz/index.htm McDougal Littell
Math 7 http://www.classzone.com/cz/index.htm McDougal
U.S. History 8 http://my.hrw.com/ Holt, Rinehart, Winston
On-line Dictionary http://www.m-w.com
On-line Encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
HOW TO STUDY FOR A TEST
1. AVOID last minute cramming. Study each day for 10-20 minutes.
2. Concentrate on ONE section at a time.
3. Notice bold, colored, & italics print in the book. Find those words in your notes & mark with hi-liter.
4. Look for important facts or details. See how these facts fit together; are they part of a group? If you are using an organizer they should be in the same section. Shade the section with a meaningful color.
5. Say the material ALOUD. Have someone else say them aloud. Or say them into a cassette recorder for playback that you can listen to over and over.
6. Make 3 by 5 flash cards. Write the key word on one side and the details or definition on the back. Use them to play games like Concentration, Jeopardy, or Quiz Bowl.
7. Use mnemonic aids, little sayings, or a poem to help you remember a concept. 8. Study by reviewing information over time. 20 MINUTES of studying, then a 5 MINUTE BREAK. 9. After each break, cover again the sections you just studied. If you really know it, add new material. 10. Pretend you are giving the exam; what questions would you ask? Now look up the answers.
11. Have someone make up a practice test. Now take a practice test.
12. AFTER you have studied, meet with a STUDY BUDY or GROUP to exchange information.