Online Summer School

Here are a list of sites you can use to prepare for school in the fall and receive extra credit:

WORLD HISTORY:

 

READWORKS

1. Go to ReadWorks

2. Register using this student code:

G32ZXP

Your starting password is 1234

3. Find your name on the class list.

4. Do the assignments

 

BRAINPOP

1.Go to Brainpop

2. Go to Social Studies

3. Go to “World History”

4. Watch all the videos and do the quizzes

You may also go to  BrainPOP Español, click on Ciencias Sociales, and then watch all the videos on Historia Mundial.

You can also go to Brainop, Jr. and watch the movies under Ancient History

 

 

ENGLISH If YOU WILL BE IN MR. FERLAZZO’s ENGLISH CLASS NEXT YEAR:

Duolingo:

Sign up for our class Duolingo here.

 

Raz-Kids:

Raz-Kids

 

Brainpop ELL:

Brainpop ELL

 

USA Learns

Go to USA Learns and register.

After you register, go to “Enroll In My Teacher’s Class” on the right side of the screen.

Enroll in four classes using these codes:

c90d96eb

396f84b4

ae8748a9

aa497650

If you have problems with the codes, then do use them and then just start using the site.

 

EPIC:

Go to Epic Books

Our class code is: XPN-7717

 

ESL Video

ESL Video and watch any video and take a quiz.  Add the code “burbank” afterwards to send the score to Mr. Ferlazzo

 

Read Theory

Go to Read Theory. Sign in with your user name (your first name and your last name with no space in between) and the password burbank19.

ENGLISH IF YOU WILL BE IN MS. OSTEEN’S OR MR. COEY’S ENGLISH CLASS NEXT YEAR:

 

Brainpop:

Watch the movies and take the quizzes at Brainpop English.

 

EPIC:

Go to Epic Books

Our class code is: XPN-7717

 

COMMON LIT:

Go to Common Lit and add this code: P38ZDZ

Click on “Library” and choose something to read

 

Read Theory

Go to Read Theory. Sign in with your user name (your first name and your last name with no space in between) and the password burbank19.

 

GEOGRAPHY

Go to Brainpop Geography.

 

 

MATH

KHAN ACADEMY:

Go to Khan Academy and watch videos.  If you would like to receive extra credit, watch a video and write three sentences in English about what you learned:

Spanish

Arabic

Farsi

Dari

For other languages, go here.

 

XTRA MATH:

Go to Xtra Math

Type in Mr. Ferlazzo’s email address: larry-ferlazzo@scusd.edu

Then type in your first name.

Then type in the code you are given by your teacher.

Thematic Lists

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Jobs

The Best Resources For Helping ELLs Learn About Sports & Other Fun Activities

The Best Resources For Helping ELLs Learn About U.S. Money

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Space & Planets

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About “Feelings”

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Animals

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Health

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Community, Signs & Transportation

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About School

The Best Sites For Gaining A Basic Understanding Of Adjectives.

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn Vocabulary About The Human Body

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn Colors

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About The Weather

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Clothes

The Best Sites For Learning How To Tell Time

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Numbers

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Months, Seasons & Days Of The Week

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Computers – Help Me Find More

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Halloween & The Day Of The Dead

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Holidays

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Family

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Home

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Christmas

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Food

The Best Resources For Helping Beginner ELLs Learn About Art & Music

“I, Too” Project

On Tuesday, we’ll study some poetry written by a man named Langston Hughes, and you will write a poem using one of his famous ones (“I, Too”) as a model. It should be fun and challenging, and it’s related to Ethnic Studies.

To prepare for tomorrow’s project, please do the following activities:

Watch the Brainpop movie on the Harlem Renaissance, and do the quiz, challenge and time zone x. Be sure to submit your results to the the teacher.

Then watch these two videos about Langston Hughes. Write down three things you think are important or interesting about him, and give the paper to Ms. Sanchez (you may have to sign in to your Google account in order to watch the second video):

After you complete these activities, you may go to any Brainpop movie and do it for extra credit.

Career Search

Think of the careers you identified in Mr. Jones class.

You will be answering the following questions for each of the careers you chose, and you will be presenting what you learned:

  • Why am I interested in this job?
  • What do people do in this job?
  • What are qualifications necessary to get this job — training, experience and schooling?
  • What is the pay?
  • What would be the most challenging parts of the job and why?
  • What are other benefits of doing this job?

Find the information here:

Career One Stop

Career Zone

Career Wise

Jobs and Careers

Next Vista Videos

Charles Darwin

You have been assigned one of these parts of Charles Darwin’s life:

Personal/Family – Birth, Death, Marriages, Children, Where he lived, Illnesses, his job, etc. (If you are a number one)

Challenges – What problems did he experience in life? Did people criticize his ideas? Why? How did he deal with those problems? (If you are number two)

Accomplishments – Why is he famous? How did he communicate his ideas? Did he win any awards? Are there special days when his work is celebrated? Why do we remember him now? How would the world be different if he hadn’t done his work? (If you are number three)

First, go to this Brainpop movie on his life. Take notes on your section, and also complete the test.

Search the Internet and go to sites found here: The Best Online Resources To Learn About Charles Darwin.

Prepare a ninety-second to two-minute presentation on your assignment.  Put information into your own words.  Draw an image, and write key words on a poster that will help classmates learn from you.  Use index cards and practice your presentation. You must practice your entire presentation at least once with either Mr. Ferlazzo or Ms. Sanchez.

This is how your presentation will begin:

Hello, my name is __________________. I’m going to tell you about Charles Darwin’s (Personal Life, Challenges, or Accomplishments).

Please take notes on the other presentations because you will be writing a historical biography about Darwin’s life afterwards.