America should vote for the Republican candidate Donald Trump for president. Trump doesn’t want common core because he thinks it’s pointless. Donald Trump wants to take $31 million of the tax rolls and he wants to bring back the coal mines, so people can have their jobs back. He also wants to keep the guns, so everyone has some form of self-defense.
Donald Trump should be president of the United States because he says he wants to “Make America Great Again”. According to a Newsela article, “Trump's campaign has said the concerns of Clinton's team showed she was worried about her debating skills. Throughout her campaign, she has struggled to overcome voters' concerns about her honesty and trustworthiness.” Not long ago, Hillary Clinton had faced a scandal over using her own personal home email server for her government work. The FBI are now investigating it because she was breaking laws with violating a federal law due to providing false information. Donald Trump wants to construct a wall along the U.S. and Mexico border. Donald Trump also wants to temporarily bar foreign Muslims from coming to the United States.
Donald Trump has great plans for America. "He has really started his political activity on this racist lie," Clinton charged. “We need comprehensive immigration reform with a path to full and equal citizenship.” says Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump says he wants to build an "impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful, southern border wall." Hillary Clinton is right about not wanting to build the wall because all citizens should have the same rights and be equal, but many immigrants have been involved in terrorist attacks. Donald Trump is wanting to build the wall on the U.S. and Mexico border to try and prevent all of these terrorist attacks from happening again. Hillary Clinton wants to take many people's guns away, but what are people supposed to use to defend themselves if Hillary Clinton takes our guns away from us. Donald Trump is trying to make the United States safer again, but he does not wanna take away our right to bear arms.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both have some experience in politics.“The debate was heated from the start. Donald Trump frequently tried to interrupt Hillary Clinton and spoke over her answers. Hillary Clinton was more measured and restrained, but also needled the sometimes thin-skinned Trump over his business record and wealth.” In 1999, Donald Trump made his first run for president, but lost the California primary and dropped out of the race. Shortly after Barack Obama became president he had nominated Hillary Clinton as secretary of state on January 21, 2009.
Donald Trump said he’ll release his tax information once Hillary Clinton releases the 30,000 emails that were deleted. Hillary Clinton wants all citizens to be equal, but Donald Trump wants to build a wall to keep out all immigrants and refugees. Hillary Clinton is wanting to take most guns away because more than 30,000 American deaths occur in a year. Donald Trump wants to just take guns away from drug dealers, gang members, and the mentally ill. We have had this 2nd Amendment for many years and has never had a problem with it, so why change it now. Donald Trump wants to keep all of the medical and social security the way it is now, but Hillary Clinton wants to reduce the cost. She wants the rich people to help with the poor. Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton want charter schools. Donald Trump wants to completely get rid of common core, but Hillary Clinton thinks that common core organizes your education system.
A. Word - part of speech and definition
B. Compound/ complex sentence
C. Picture (link) and a simple sentence describing it
Week of August 29th - September 2nd
1.A. Argument - (noun) an exchange of opposite views, is typically an angry one.
B. Because my brother and I got into an argument, we were both in trouble.
C.The kids were in a big argument.
2.A. Cite - (verb) quote as evidence for or justification of an argument or statement.
B. Because I didn't remember all of the answers, I had to cite through the passage.
C.This girl is citing through her book.
3.A. Passive Voice - (noun) When the subject of the sentence is acted on by the verb.
B.There is passive and active voice, but it's depended on how you state it.
C.Passive voice is past tense.
4.A. Personification - (noun) human characteristics given to something nonhuman.
B. Since the M&M's act like and have human traits, they are considered personification.
C.The M&M's can talk and act like humans.
5.A. Point of View - (noun) a particular attitude or way of considering a matter.
B. Since there was a main character in the story, we had to find out who's point of view it was coming from.
C.There are three different types of point of views.
Week of September 6th - September 9th
6.A. Collaborate - (verb) work jointly on an activity to produce or create something.
B. Because we all collaborated, we were able to get along.
C.If you collaborate the job will get done faster.
7.A. Articulate - (adjective) having or showing the ability to speak fluently.
B.My teachers are able to articulate, but I am not able to very well.
C.Most presidents can articulate.
8.A. Evolve - (verb) develop gradually, especially from a simple to a more complex form.
B.Many people believe that monkeys evolved to humans, but I don't think that's true.
C.This is how they evolve over time.
9.A. Meticulous - (adjective) showing great attention to detail.
B.Our art teacher wanted us to meticulous, so we could get a good grade.
C.This guy is very meticulous in his work.
10.A. Agile - (adjective) able to move quickly and easily.
B.Because a cheetah is agile, it can catch its prey easier.
C.A cheetah is the most agile animal.
Week of September 12th - September
11.A. Hypotenuse - (noun) the longest side of a right triangle.
B.The hypotenuse is always the opposite line of the right angle, and hypotenuses are only in right triangles.
12.A. Converse - (verb) engage in conversation.
B.Converse can change to inverse in a sentence, and inverse changes to contrapositive.
C.q is changed to p.
13.A. Irrational Numbers - (adjective) a real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of integers.
B.Irrational numbers can not be made into a fraction, and they are decimals that go on forever.
C.Irrational numbers can go on forever.
14.A. Rational Numbers - (adjective) a number that can be written as a ratio.
C.Rational numbers stop and don't go on very long.
15.A. Square Root - (noun) a number that produces a quantity when multiplied by itself.
B. 7 is a square root of 49
C.The square root symbol is called a radical sign.
September 19th - September 23rd
16.A. Elastic Potential Energy - (noun) energy stored in any object or material that is bent, stretched, or compressed.
B.If the spring is compressed in a gun, it will have the most elastic potential energy.
C.There are 5 types of potential energy.
17.A. Newton - (noun) the unit in the metric system used to measure force.
B.When the newtons on an objet are the same, the object will not move.
C.There was a guy named Sir Isaac Newton who created the 3 laws of newton.
18.A. Force Field - (noun) an area around an object where an object can influence another object with out touching it. A magnetic field is an example of this.
B. When you get further away from the source of power, the weaker the force field will be.
C.Magnetic and electric are two types of force fields.
19.A. Inertia - (noun) how hard it is to get something moving, stop a moving object, or change the direction of a moving object.
B.An object with inertia will not move until acted on by another force or another object, and it would be very hard to move.
C.If you put a piece of paper over a cup with a coin on top of it and pull out the paper fast the coin should fall straight back down into the cup.
20.A. Normal Force - (noun) a equal but opposite force that pushes back when you stand, sit, or push on a surface so you do not sink through that surface.
B.A normal force pushes opposite the way of the object, but it only pushes perpendicular.
C.Normal force is the opposite of gravity.
Week of September 27th - September 30th
21.A. Accept - (verb) consent to receive.
B. Even though I didn't like my present, I had to accept it.
22.A. Except- (verb) specify as not included in a category or group, exclude.
B. Since all my friends could go to the party except one of them, we all decided to stay home.
23.A. Affect - (verb) have an effect on or make a difference to.
B.The affect was the tree was struck by lightening, so the effect will be that the tree will die.
C.Sometimes the affect never leads to a good effect.
24.A. Effect - (noun) a change that is a result or consequence of an action or other cause.
B.Since I pushed the kid, the effect was that he would fall.
C.The effect is usually the worst.
25.A. Principle - (noun) a fundamental source or basis of something.
Week of October 4th - October 7th
26.A. Allusion - (noun) an expression designed to call something to mind without mentioning it explicitly
B.There is another kind of allusion that makes it look like the pictures are moving, but thats not the one we're learning.
C.Some authors use allusions.
27.A. Onomatopoeia - (noun) the formation of a word from a sound associated with what is named
B. You will mostly see onomatopoeia in comics, but sometimes they can be in other type of books.
28.A. Alliteration - (noun) the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words.
B. Alliteration phrases start with the same letter, and some people call them tongue twisters.
29.A. Irony - (noun) the expression of one's meaning by using language that signifies the opposite, typically for a humorous effect.
C.Most of the time irony doesn't make any sense.
30.A. Figurative Language - (adjective) using figures of speech to be more effective, persuasive and impactful.
B.Since authors use figurative language, it gives the story more detail.
C.There are many types of figurative language.
Week of October 24th - October 28th
31.A. Naive - (adjective) showing a lack of experience, wisdom, or judgment.
32.A. Niche - (noun) a comfortable or suitable position in life or employment.
33.A. Obliterate - (verb) destroy, wipe out.
B. We were told to obliterate the store, but we didn't refused to.
34.A. Gratify - (verb) give someone pleasure or satisfaction.
35.A. Infinite - (adjective) limitless or endless in space, extent, or size; impossible to measure or calculate.
Week of October 31st - November
36.A. Coefficient - the numerical factor of a term.
B. The coefficient is the number before the variable.
C. 5x - 7 = t
37.A. Multiplicative Inverse - two numbers with product of 1, the reciprocal of a number.
B. Multiplicative inverse is the denominator and numerator switched.
C. 1/5 is the multiplicative inverse of 5/1
38.A. Identity - equation that is true for every value of the variable.
B. Identity Property is when the numerator and the denominator are the same.
C. 5/5, 8/8, 3/3
39.A. Null Set - empty set, meaning there is no solution for an equation.
B. In a null set equation there is no possible way to do it.
C. Null set doesn't have an answer.
40.A. Properties - statements that are true for all numbers.
B. There are 4 different types of properties for each.
C. There is commutative, associative, distributive and identity.
Week of November 7th - November 11th
41.A. Embody - (verb) an expression or give a visible form to an idea, quality, or feeling.
42.A. Exasperate - (verb) irritate intensely.
B. Although my brother is still young, I get exasperated by him.
43.A. Fiasco - (noun) a thing that is a complete failure.
B. We were trying to plan a party, but everything got ruined and it was a huge fiasco.
44.A. Garnish - (verb) decorate or embellish.
45.A. Heritage - (noun) property that is or may be inherited.
Week of November 30th - December 2nd
46.A. Plate - ()
47.A. Ring of Fire - () major area around the Pacific Ocean where a large number of earthquakes and volcanoes occur.
48.A. Pangea - ()
49.A. Fault - ()
50.A. Isolatic Rebound - ()
Only a few U.S. cities are taxing their soda because the tax is claimed to be hurting the smaller businesses. Soda tax supporters are trying to reach out the people that don't approve of taxing sodas. San Francisco is trying to have a second try at getting enough votes for the soda tax. The Bay Area and the American Beverage Association is having a campaign battle for this and are paying millions of dollars for advertising on television. American Beverage Association is suing to prevent the 1.5-cent-per-ounce tax. Berkeley voters approved of the penny-per-ounce soda tax in 2014. A woman, Clem Howard, talks about how her mother, sister and brother-in-law all have diabetes, and they still drink pop. Howard wants to spread the word about sugary drinks and then it might help people to not buy it as much. 7.6% of whites and 13% of Africans and Latino adults have diabetes. The claim I support is taxing the soda. If we tax soda it could hurt the smaller businesses, but also not as many people would buy as much pop because it would cost more. Taxing soda may stop people from buying it as much and that can lead to not as many people having diabetes.
Paragraph 1 - This summer I spent most of my time babysitting my little brother. I had to watch him everyday except on the weekend when my mom was off work, so on the weekends I would hang out with a couple friends. Towards the beginning of summer I would go to baseball games to watch my nephew play. I went to 3 horse shows with some family so I could ride and I watch them.
Paragraph 2 - A few goals I want to achieve this year in middle school is to pass 8th grade and try and keep my grades up all year. I need to pay attention in class and stay out of trouble. Around basketball season I need to make sure I do all my homework so I can be eligible to play.
Paragraph 3 - For high school I want to graduate with a high GPA and ACT, so I can get into a good college. In college I need to focus more on my schoolwork and not parties or always doing things with friends. I want to try and graduate in the top 50% in my class.