Posted by: cemmi | November 18, 2018

Week Three: 11/19/18 – 11/23/18

Science 

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 6-11 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 1-5 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Student Edition

MONDAY/TUESAY: Analyze the data from our electrolysis activity on Friday and complete the Conclusion Questions for Activity 9.1 – Does Electrolysis of Water Make New Substances? (pp.79-81). Lesson 9 Wrap Up and Scientific Principle Notes.

HOMEWORK: Nothing 

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY/FRIDAY: Thanksgiving Break!

HOMEWORK: Enjoy your Thanksgiving.


Social Studies

Chapter 4: The Great Lakes In-Class Assessment scheduled for the second half of the week we return from Thanksgiving Break.

MONDAY/TUESDAY: Present the findings from our research to the class. Assign the Great Lakes Editorial Essay (counts as one of the assessments for Chapter 4). Begin outlining arguments for your editorial. 

HOMEWORK: Final draft of the Great Lakes Editorial Essay (typed and printed out) is due at the start of class next Monday.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY/FRIDAY: Thanksgiving Break!

HOMEWORK: Enjoy your break.

Posted by: cemmi | November 10, 2018

Week Two: 11/12/18 – 11/16/18

Science 

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 6-11 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 1-5 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Student Edition

MONDAY: Check in and review the responses from Reading 8.2. Complete Activity 8.2 – Representing Chemical Reactions in Words and Symbols (pp.73-75). 

HOMEWORK: Nothing 

TUESDAY: Lesson 8 Wrap Up and Scientific Principles Notes. Read 8.3 – What Are the Many Ways of Representing Any Chemical Reaction? (pp.76-78). Lessons 6-8 Pop Quiz. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Get new lab partners for the 2nd quarter. Introduce Lesson 9 – Is This a New Substance? Conduct Activity 9.1 – Does Electrolysis of Water Make New Substances? (pp.79-81).

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

FRIDAY: Conduct Reading 9.1 – What is the Same and Different about Boiling Water? (pp.82.86). Lesson 9 Wrap Up and Scientific Principles Notes. Return and review the Lesson 6-8 Pop Quiz. Introduce Lesson 10: How Is a Mixture Different from a Chemical Reaction?

HOMEWORK: Nothing.


Social Studies

Chapter 4: The Great Lakes In-Class Assessment scheduled for Tuesday 11/20/18.

Take Home Essay Assessment for Chapter 4 is assigned Friday and due Tuesday 11/20/18

MONDAY: Check in and review ISN p.40. Introduce the State of the Great Lakes Debate and assign debate teams. Begin the debate prep by analyzing the placards for pollution, invasive species, and habitat loss as well as reading sections 3-5 of Chapter 4 (GA pp.70-73) and completing the corresponding organizers in the ISN (ISN pp.41-43).

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

TUESDAY: Finish the debate prep by analyzing the placards for pollution, invasive species, and habitat loss as well as reading sections 3-5 of Chapter 4 (GA pp.70-73) and completing the corresponding organizers in the ISN (ISN pp.41-43). Hold the debate over the state of the Great Lakes. 

HOMEWORK: Finish reading sections 3-5 of Chapter 4 (GA pp.70-73) and completing the corresponding organizers in the ISN (ISN pp.41-43) if you did not finish during class.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Reflect on the debate and declare a winning side. Research in groups a current issue being debated about the health of the Great Lakes not mentioned in the readings (Asian Carp updates, Algae Blooms in Lake Erie, PFAS contamination, Enbridge Line Five Pipeline). Create a short google slideshow detailing what was found in the research. 

HOMEWORK: Finish putting together the short google slides presentation found in the assignment, “Current Great Lakes Issues” in the google classroom.

FRIDAY: Present the findings in the from our research to the class. Assign the Great Lakes Editorial Essay (counts as one of the assessments for Chapter 4). Begin outlining arguments for your editorial. 

HOMEWORK: Final draft of the Great Lakes Editorial Essay (typed and printed out) is due at the start of class next Tuesday.

Posted by: cemmi | November 4, 2018

Week One 11/5/18 – 11/9/18

Welcome to Quarter 2!

Science 

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 6-11 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 1-5 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Student Edition

MONDAY: Check in and review answers to Reading 7.1. Conduct and discuss Reading 8.1 – Why is the Stature of Liberty Green? (pp.63-64). Introduce and set up our experiment for Activity 8.1 – How Can I Investigate Acid Rain in my classroom? (pp.61-62). Make predictions about what will happen to our copper squares.

HOMEWORK: Finish Reading 8.1 (pp.61-62) if you did not finish during class.

TUESDAY: Election Day – No School

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Collect and analyze data from our experiment from Monday with Activity 8.2 (pp. 65-67). Determine if the copper underwent a chemical reaction from the acid or from the pure water. Conduct Reading 8.2 – Does Acid Rain Make New Substances? (pp.68-72).

HOMEWORK: Finish Reading 8.2 (pp.68-72) if you did not finish during class.

FRIDAY: Meadowbrook play – no Science class.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.


Social Studies

Chapter 3 Assessment = Monday 11/5/18

MONDAY: Chapter 3 Assessment. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

TUESDAY: Election Day – No School.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Introduce Lesson 4: The Great Lakes: The U.S. and Canada’s Freshwater Treasures. Read and discuss sections 1-2 of Lesson 4 (GA pp.65-69). Complete ISN pages 37-40. Introduce the State of the Great Lakes Debate that will take place next week and assign roles for the debate. IF there is time we will begin debate prep.

HOMEWORK: Finish reading 4.1-4.2 (GA pp.65-69) and completing pages 38-40 inn the ISN if you did not finish during class.

FRIDAY: Meadowbrook play – no Social Studies class.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

Posted by: cemmi | October 28, 2018

Week Nine: 10/29/18 – 11/2/18

This is the final week of the first marking period. Any missing work needs to be turned in by Friday in order to receive credit. If work is submitted on google classroom, you need to turn in a note or email Mr. Emmi (cemmi@birmingham.k12.mi.us) to let him know you have submitted something.

Science 

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 6-11 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 1-5 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Student Edition

MONDAY: Conduct Activity 7.1 – Is Burning a Chemical Reaction? (pp.53-55). Test the properties of the substances before and after burning. Answer the Conclusion prompts on pp.54-55. 

HOMEWORK: Complete the Conclusion Questions for Activity 7.1 (pp.54-55).

TUESDAY: Wrap up for Lesson 7 with Driving Question Notes, discussion, and Scientific Principle Notes. Conduct Reading 7.1 – Is Burning  Chemical Reaction? (pp.56-59). Create and evaluate models of the chemical reaction using marshmallows. 

HOMEWORK: Read and complete the responses for Reading 5.1 (pp.41-43).

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: No class Wednesday (Halloween : ). Thursday’s class will be a review and study class period as well as time to go through powerschool and make up any missing work before the end of the quarter.

HOMEWORK: Read and complete the responses for Reading 5.1 (pp.41-43).

FRIDAY: Check in and review answers to Reading 7.1. Conduct and discuss Reading 8.1 – Why is the Stature of Liberty Green? (pp.63-64). Introduce and set up our experiment for Activity 8.1 – How Can I Investigate Acid Rain in my classroom? (pp.61-62). Make predictions about what will happen to our copper squares.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.


Social Studies

Chapter 3 Assessment = Monday 11/5/18

MONDAY: Play Rounds 4-5 of the “Where In Canada Game”. Read and discuss 3.6 – 3.7 (GA pp.59-61) and complete the sections for Buildings and Economic Activity in the ISN (ISN pp.33-34). Return and review the Canada/US Mapping Lab Assessments and offer corrections opportunity. Corrections must be done on the test itself using a different color pen or pencil.

HOMEWORK: Test corrections (optional)

TUESDAY: Collect test corrections for the Canada/US Mapping Lab Assessment. Create game cards for the Where Do I Live? game. Analyze a map of global ecumenes. Read and discuss “Global Connections” (GA pp.62-63).

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: No class Wednesday (Halloween : ). Thursday’s class will be a review and study class period as well as time to go through powerschool and make up any missing work before the end of the quarter. We will also be vetting the World Leaders Cards to determine which versions will go to print.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

FRIDAY: Chapter 3 Practice Quiz. Play Settlement Patterns and Ways of Life in Canada Kahoot review game.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

Posted by: cemmi | October 21, 2018

Week Eight: 10/22/18 – 10/26/18

Science 

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 6-11 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 1-5 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Student Edition

MONDAY: Introduce Activity 6.1 – What Happens to Properties When I Combine Substances? Conduct Activity 6.1 (pp.45-46). Test the products from our reaction and compare them to the properties of the substances we mixed. Discuss what we observed in our investigation. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

TUESDAY: Wrap up for Lesson 6 with discussion and Scientific Principle Notes. Introduce and conduct Reading 6.2 – What is a Chemical Reaction? (pp.49-52). Share out and discuss responses to the reading prompts. Introduce Lesson 7 – Is Burning a Chemical Reaction? Brainstorm possible chemical reactions observed in everyday life. 

HOMEWORK: Read and complete the responses for Reading 5.1 (pp.41-43).

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Conduct Activity 7.1 – Is Burning a Chemical Reaction? (pp.53-55). Test the properties of the substances before and after burning. Answer the Conclusion prompts on pp.54-55. Wrap up for Lesson 7 with Driving Question Notes, discussion, and Scientific Principle Notes. Conduct Reading 7.1 – Is Burning  Chemical Reaction? (pp.56-59)

HOMEWORK:

  • Finish the Conclusion responses for Activity 7.1 (pp.54-55)
  • Finish Reading 7.1 and responding to the prompts (pp.56-59)

FRIDAY: Mexicantown / DIA field trip = no Science class today

HOMEWORK: Nothing.


Social Studies

Canada/US Mapping Lab Assessment = Monday 10/22/18

MONDAY: Canada/US Mapping Lab Quiz. Introduce Chapter 3 Settlement Patterns and Ways of Life in Canada. Read Introduction and 3.1 The Geographic Setting. Complete ISN p.32.

HOMEWORK: Complete The Geographic Setting Notes (ISN p.32) if you did not finish during class.

TUESDAY: Preview map of Canada’s provinces and territories. Introduce the “Where In Canada Game”. Read and discuss 3.2 Canada’s Five Regions (GA pp.54-55). Play Round 1 of the “Where In Canada Game”. Read and discuss 3.3 (GA pp.56-57) and complete the sections for Population in the ISN (ISN pp.33-34).

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Play Rounds 2-4 of the “Where In Canada Game”. Read and discuss 3.4 – 3.6 (GA pp.57-59) and complete the sections for Language, Climate, and Buildings in the ISN (ISN pp.33-34).

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

FRIDAY: Mexicantown / DIA field trip = no Social Studies class today

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

Posted by: cemmi | October 14, 2018

Week Seven: 10/15/18 – 10/19/18

Science 

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 6-11 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Lessons 1-5 Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Student Edition

MONDAY: Check in and review the Conclusion Questions for Activity  4.2 (p.37-38). Wrap up Lesson 4 with Scientific Principle Notes. Introduce Lesson 5: How Are Fat and Soap Different? Discuss how to write a scientific CER statement and analyze example statements. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

TUESDAY: Set up and begin Activity 5.1: Are Fat and Soap The Same or Different Substances? (pp.39-40). Analyze samples of C.E.R. statements. Lesson 5 Wrap Up and Scientific Principle Notes. Introduce Reading 5.1 – What Evidence Would I Use to Tell if the Stones in a Ring Are the Same or Different (pp.41-43).

HOMEWORK: Read and complete the responses for Reading 5.1 (pp.41-43).

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Collect and review p.43 of the book. Read and discuss Reading 6.1 – Could Someone Change Straw into Gold? (pp.47-48). Introduce Lesson 6: What Happens to Properties When I Combine Substances? Conduct Activity 6.1 – Teacher Demonstration of Investigation Procedure (pp.45-46). Share out and analyze data from combining baking soda, road salt, and water. 

HOMEWORK: Finish writing your Conclusion for Activity 6.1 (p.46) if you did not finish during class.

FRIDAY: Lessons 1-5 Assessment. Conduct Reading 6.2 – What is a Chemical Reaction? (pp.49-51).

HOMEWORK: Finish Reading 6.2 and complete the responses in the reading (pp.49-51).


Social Studies

Canada/US Mapping Lab Assessment = Monday 10/22/18

MONDAY: Collect test corrections for the Chapter 2 Assessment. Play Picture It! Game using the information gathered in Geography Challenge 2 on Friday (ISN p.27-28). Gather information on the absolute locations given in Geography Challenge 3 (ISN pp.29-30) using the five thematic maps of the region.

HOMEWORK: Complete Geography Challenge 3 (ISN pp.29-30) if you did not finish during class.

TUESDAY: Play the Where Are You? Game to outline a Claim/Evidence/Reasoning statement about the location of the photograph for Geo Challenge 3. Re-read and submit the two most important notes for each section of the Introducing the Region section of the textbook (GA pp.42-50). 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Study session for the Canada/US Mapping Lab Assessment (Challenge Day for 8th grade students). Analyze the World Leader cards created and choose which ones go to print. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

FRIDAY: Review the notes accumulated by the different groups for the physical and human geography of the region Play US/Canada Review Kahoot game.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

Posted by: cemmi | October 7, 2018

Week Six: 10/8/18 – 10/12/18

Science 

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Student Edition

MONDAY: Conclude Activity 3.2 – Does The Size of Something Affect Its Properties (pp.25-26). Introduce and conduct Reading 3.2 – Which Properties Can I Use When? (pp.27-28). Reflect on the reading and wrap up Lesson 3 with Scientific Principle Notes. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

TUESDAY: Introduce Lesson 4. Set up and conduct Activity 4.1 – Exploring the Relationship Between Mass and Volume (pp.29-30). Analyze our data and write the conclusions for the activity (p.30). Conduct Reading 4.1 – How Can Two Objects that Are the Same Size Have Different Masses? (pp.31-35) together.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Assign the Try This At Home section of Reading 4.1 (p.35). Conduct Activity 4.2 – Do Fat and Soap Have The Same Density? (pp.36-38). Lesson 4 Wrap Up and Scientific Principles Notes.

HOMEWORK: Attempt the Try This At Home section of Reading 4.1 (p.35).

FRIDAY: Discuss the results of the Try This At Home experiments and assign the 7-Layer Density Column extra credit opportunity. Introduce Lesson 5: How Are Fat and Soap Different? Discuss how to write a scientific CER statement and analyze example statements. Set up and begin Activity 5.1: Are Fat and Soap The Same or Different Substances? (pp.39-40).

HOMEWORK: Nothing.


Social Studies

Chapter 2 Assessment = Monday

MONDAY: Chapter 2 Assessment. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

TUESDAY: Create the World Leader Trading Cards using the template found on the google classroom and the information researched previously. 

HOMEWORK:  

  1. Finish and submit the World Leader Trading Cards by the start of school Friday.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Complete Making a Mental Map of Canada/US (ISN pp.21-22). Read about the Physical and Human Geography of the region (GA pp.42-49) and complete Physical Geography and Human Geography (ISN pp.23-24). Complete the Geography Challenge 1 (ISN pp.25-26). Return and review the Chapter 2 Assessment. Play Find It using the information from Challenge 1. 

HOMEWORK:Complete the Physical and Human Geography of Canada/US Region  (ISN pp.23-24).

 

FRIDAY: Review questions about the physical and human geography of Canada/US region. Complete Geo Challenge 2 (ISN pp.27-28).

HOMEWORK: Complete Geography Challenges 1 and 2 (ISN pp.25-28) if you did not finish them in class. 

Posted by: cemmi | September 30, 2018

Week Five: 10/1/18 – 10/5/18

Science 

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Student Edition

MONDAY: Reflect on the Hunting the Elements video from last week. Introduce Lesson 3 and brainstorm about melting points. Return and review the Lessons 1 and 2 quiz from last week. Investigate a temperature vs time graph to learn how to understand and analyze one. See how to set up the apparatus to find the melting points of our substances Tuesday 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

TUESDAY: Make predictions for Activity 3.1 Do Fat and Soap Melt at Different Temperatures? Set up the apparatus and collect data for Activity 3.1 (p.20-21). Share out and analyze potential errors in our data. Discuss our results and complete the Conclusion questions on p.21.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Create models to explain what we think is happening to molecules of soap and fat as they change states of matter. Evaluate the models of classmates and refine our own models to reflect our new understanding. Conduct Reading 3.1 Melting Points (pp.22-24) together, and discuss answers to the questions in the reading.

HOMEWORK: Complete Reading 3.1 Melting Points (pp.22-24) and answer the questions if you did not do so during class.

FRIDAY: Explore how to perform a scratch test on metals. Make predictions on how the size of a substance will affect its relative hardness. Conduct Activity 3.2 – Does The Size of Something Affect Its Properties (pp.25-26). Introduce and assign Reading 3.2 – Which Properties Can I Use When? (pp.27-28)

HOMEWORK: Finish Reading 3.2 – Which Properties Can I Use When? (pp.27-28)


Social Studies

Chapter 2 Pop Quiz = Monday 10/8/18

MONDAY: Chapter 2 pop quiz. Introduce and begin working on the Physical Geography Slides assignment as a table. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

TUESDAY: Return and review the pop quizzes form Monday. Complete the Physical Geography Slides assignment as a table. 

HOMEWORK: Complete the Physical Geography Slides group assignment. 

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Evaluate Physical Geography Slides of other groups. Introduce and assign the Exploring Confluences Assignment on our google classroom.

HOMEWORK: Complete the Exploring Confluences Assignment on google classroom.

FRIDAY: Chapter 2 Jeopardy game review. Study for the Chapter 2 Quiz on Monday.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

Posted by: cemmi | September 23, 2018

Week Four 9/24/18 – 9/28/18

Science 

Lessons 1 and 2 assessment – Tuesday

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Student Edition

MONDAY: Check in and discuss Reading 2.1 – Why Can I Easily Wash Soap off My Hands with Water? (pp.16-18). Lesson 2 wrap up and notes. Introduce short assessment for Tuesday and review what we have done so far in lessons 1 and 2.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

TUESDAY: Lessons 1 and 2 Assessment.

HOMEWORK: nothing

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Check prior knowledge of elements and known properties. Watch the first two parts of the video Hunting the Elements from PBS NOVA. Answer questions from the video on the Hunting the Elements Video Questions Worksheet.  

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

FRIDAY: Watch the final part of the video Hunting the Elements from PBS NOVA. Finish answering questions from the video on the Hunting the Elements Video Questions Worksheet, and collect the worksheet

HOMEWORK: Nothing. 


Social Studies

Chapter 1 Quiz – Tuesday

MONDAY: Review Page 8 of the ISN and discuss how Earth’s tilt affects the seasons. Read and discuss 1.7 Showing a Round World on a Flat Map (GA pp.22-23). Complete ISN p. 9. Return pop quizzes from Friday and review answers.  Announce what to study for Tuesday’s Chapter 1 Quiz. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

TUESDAY: Chapter 1 Quiz. Students can take the score from this quiz as their final quiz score to replace the pop quiz score, or take the average of the two quizzes as their final score. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Complete and sharing out Preview 2 – advertisements for Birmingham. Discuss the shared ideas of our community that lead to a sense of “place” in geography. Introduce Chapter 2: A Spatial Way of Thinking. Read 2.1 and 2.2 (GA pp.25-27) and complete Section 1 of the ISN (ISN pp. 12-13). Read and discuss 2.2-2.4 (GA pp.28-33). Complete Sections 2-4 of the ISN (ISN pp.14-16).

HOMEWORK: Complete the readings and ISN pages for sections 1-4 of Chapter 2 if you did not finish during class.

FRIDAY: Read and discuss 2.5-2.7 (GA pp.34-39). Complete Sections 5-7 of the ISN (ISN pp.17-19).

HOMEWORK: Complete the readings and ISN pages for sections 5-7 of Chapter 2 if you did not finish during class.

Posted by: cemmi | September 16, 2018

Week Three: 9/17/18 – 9/21/18

Science 

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Slides

How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff? Student Edition

MONDAY: Discuss Reading 1.1. Conduct Activity 1.3 – Demonstration and Review of Substance, Mixture, and Property (p.4). Read Reading 1.2 – What Makes a Substance a Special Kind of Stuff? (pp.8-11).

HOMEWORK: Complete the question on p.11 of your book from Reading 1.2.

TUESDAY: Check in homework and reflect on Reading 1.2. Introduce Lesson 2: Do Fat and Soap Dissolve in the Same Liquids? Conduct Activity 2.1 and determine if the substances were soluble in water or oil. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: M&M Investigtions – Designing and conducting our own experiments to investigate the effects of water on the candy coating of M&M candies. 

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

FRIDAY: Conduct Activity 2.2 – Investigating Solubility of Soap and Fat (pp.14-15). Share out and analyze data. Lesson 2 wrap up and notes. Introduce Reading 2.1 – Why Can I Easily Wash Soap off My Hands with Water? (pp.16-18).

HOMEWORK: Finish Reading 2.1 (pp.16-18) and answer the questions along with the reading. 


Social Studies

MONDAY: Constitution Day! Discuss the role of and importance of the Constitution. Play iCivics – Do I Have a Right?

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

TUESDAY: Discuss and read 1.5 – 1.6 of the Geography Alive textbook (GA pp.19-20). Complete ISN pages 7-8.

HOMEWORK: Complete ISN page 7 if you did not finish during class.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: Check in Isn pages 7-8. Introduce the World Leaders Series 2 Trading Cards. Choose three people to research for the creation of your cards.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

FRIDAY: Celebrate International Peace Day and explore the meaning behind the United Nations holiday. Pop Quiz over sections 1-6 of chapter 1.

HOMEWORK: Nothing.

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