Visit my blog!
I have created an online blog that many of you have already visited. Good for you! On this blog, you will get updates from me regarding academics. I also have been sharing resrouces from both myself as well as other teachers from around the district. Please check in out. This is a great way to communicate during this time!
The link for the blog is below..
Below is the "Welcome Letter" that Mrs. Musso and I sent home with your school supplies.
Dear Students & Families,
Due to the current school closures we will not be able to be together in the classroom. We will both miss you all so much and hope you and your families are staying safe. We have put together work for you during this time away from school. We understand that the amount of work we put together may seem overwhelming. We just ask that you try your very best and do what you can. We understand that some of you may not have access to internet/devices. If that is the case please do not worry, you will still be able to compete the packets we have provided.
MATH: For help learning the new math lessons, please watch Julia Tomaka on YouTube. She explains step by step how to complete each lesson.
ELA: Here is the link and information for “recap” videos of each chapter in The Lightning Thief. These are the videos that we have watched in class after some chapters. They might be helpful to help you better understand the chapter you just read or listened to.
To find these videos: Either type in the link below or go to Youtube and type in Ms. Morici in the search bar. I hope this is helpful!
Below is a checklist of work that should be completed daily for each subject. All we ask is that you do the best you can! If you have any questions you may email Miss Mulhern or Mrs. Musso at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
We will miss you and hope to everyone soon!
Brain Pop corona virus (COVID-19) video
Here is a video explaining the virus that we are currentlly experiencing world wide. I have added this to my blog as well. I think this is a goof video to watch to give you a little student friendly information what is going on.
Here is a tip that was shared with me for math problems. There's an app called "PhotoMath". It allows you to scan the math problem and then it not only gives you the answer but also breaks dwon how to do it step-by-step. It can be a life saver.