Degrees and Certifications:
Dr. Mike Adams
I began teaching in 1985 and began coaching in 1982. I am from Louisiana, where I taught 3 years and live in Rome, Georgia, where I had taught for 29 years. I have taught Science, Math, and Physical Education. At Ashville, I teach 8th grade Physical Science, 7th grade Life Science, 6th grade Exploratory and coach Middle School Football. My coaching experiences include football, basketball, track, cross country, soccer, baseball, softball, and tennis. I have four degrees: BS from Northeast Louisiana University, Masters from McNeese State University, Specialist from Jacksonville State University, and a Doctorate from Trevecca Nazarene University.
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Review the Notes/Article. (If the article does not open by clicking the link, then type or paste the information in to access the article.) Practice with IXL. Be sure to sign in to IXL before you begin.
7th Grade Science Work for the week of April 6-10
* Read this Article: Levels of Organization
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*IXL: Cells, Tissues, Organs, Organ Systems, Organism
7th Grade Science Work for the week of April 13-17
*Read and Review: Link to Food Webs and Chains
*IXL: Food Chains
*IXL: Food Webs
7th Grade Science Work for the week of April 20-24
*Read and Review: Link to Ecosystems, Populations, Communities.
*IXL: Population, Ecosystems, Communities
7th Grade Science Work for the week of April 27 - May 1
*Read and Review: Link to Symbiotic Relationships
*IXL: Symbiotic Relationships
7th Grade Science Work for the week of May 4-8
*IXL: Animal Behaviors
7th Grade Science Work for the week of May 11-15
*Read and Review: Genotype, Phenotype, Dominant, Recessive
*IXL: Genotype and Phenotype
*IXL: Dominant and Recessive Traits
7th Grade Science Work for the week of May 18-22
*IXL: Average of Traits in Population
*IXL: Traits in Populations
8th Grade Science - Week of April 6-10
1. Use the notes on Chemical Formulas and Models to complete the IXL questions.
2. You do not have to answer the questions at the end of the notes because you are completing the IXL assignments. Your grade will come off of completing the IXL assignment.
3. IXL Assignements - Review the Notes/Articles. Practice with IXL. Be sure to sign in to IXL before you begin.
Week of April 6-10: E. Atoms & Molecules - #s 1-6.