Desarrollo Socio-económico (11mo grado)

Semana del 30 de noviembre al 4 de diciembre de 2015

Los alumnos se enfocarán en: Agricultura, recursos naturales. Producción de Alimentos / Agricultura, investigar los principales programas de desarrollo agrícola. Evaluar los beneficios y los efectos negativos de esos programas. Como tarea investigarán sobre el INA (Instituto Nacional Agrario) y sobre los logros y desaciertos que han tenido. La fecha de entrega será el viernes 4.


Week of Nov. 30 World Literature


Reading day: submit a one page response of the pages that you reading during class. Include the page numbers that you read, explain the events, character interaction, and themes. This is due at the end of class; points will be deducted from assignment if time is not used productively

HOMEWORK:Continue reading novels for quiz on Friday; TSS-up to p.244; Butterflies-Ch.12 Minerva; quiz is open book but you should review your text ahead of time

TUESDAY: Continue reading Sherman Alexie text from last week; introduce new text, discussion of writing style, humor, devices, context

HOMEWORK: Continue reading novels for quiz on Friday

WEDNESDAY: Work on; Discuss mini-project in place of quiz

HOMEWORK: continue reading

THURSDAY:; continue working on same unit from Wednesday or select different unit; email test results to

Discuss Vocabtest Assignment: We will begin this on Friday, Dec. 4

Discuss Mini-Project due Monday, Dec. 7

FRIDAY: Assignment first 15 min of class; *Begin your new unit today and create Google Slides, Slides due on Dec. 11, Test for Vocabtest is on Friday Dec. 11
Homework: continue reading if not caught up, work on mini-project due on Monday


Week of Nov. 30 AP Literature

MONDAY: Practice AP essay; Homework: continue reading

TUESDAY: Peer feedback of practice exam, strategies on taking test and essay organization; Homework: Continue reading

WEDNESDAY: Discuss mini-project in place of test on Friday; mini-project will be due on Monday instead

THURSDAY: Beginning of class: introduction to Assignment

-Select a level from, select unit 1, select “learning definition”; email the test results to

Discuss mini-creative project assignment 

FRIDAY: First 15 mins of class: begin new unit of and send results to; work on mini-creative project (class time to work)

Homework: Work on mini-creative project due on Monday

Philosophy Nov. 30-Dec. 4

As discussed in class, instead of reviewing for a semester exam, you will be creating a Ted Talk on the topic that you chose in class. This Ted Talk needs to be well researched, well rehearsed, and you MUST be prepared. We will set up dates for the Ted Talks in class. This week we will be in the Information Center preparing for these presentations. Each day you will have a specific task that must be completed in order to get credit for that day. I will use this Ted Talk Rubric  to evaluate you. The schedule is as follows:

Monday- Research

Tuesday-Thesis and title is due

Wednesday- Presentation began and shared with me

Thursday- “Speech” organized and flash cards created

Friday- Finalizing of the presentation and conference with Ms. Cara


Tuesday: Miguel, Megan, Valeria

Wednesday: Nikolas, Eduardo, Isabella

Thursday: Anna, Anita, Santiago

Friday: Luis, Sonia, Maria, Adriana

Physical Education November 30-December 4,2015



P.E Class this week November 30-December 4, 2015

I Would like to remind parents to send your children dressed in an appropriate way for the days that they have P.E.class:

– No dresses for the girl

– No jeans

– No crocks

– No Sandals

– No boots

-No Converse(All Stars)

Children who are not wearnig the appropriate clothing will not be allowed to participate in P.E class.

Goals:  We will use the word R. E. S. P. E. C. T. to set the main goals for the year.

R – Right to Learn – Every child has this right to be educated!

E – Effort – Win or lose, trying is the most important trait.

S – Safety – The number one priority each and every day!

P – Purpose – Understanding how the activity can benefit you.

E – Enthusiasm – Positive energy creates a positive environment!

C – Challenge – Challenge yourself to improve each day.

T – Trust/Teamwork – Work with and trust others, the result can be amazing!


Have fun!

No candy/food/gum!

Positive attitudes!

Don’t leave supervised areas!


Eleventh Grade

All students will learn the basic concepts of Handball. They will put their knowledge in action to be tested during the development of the game.

Math 3 Nov. 30- Dec. 4, 2015





3.8 A New Look at Parabolas Reteach 3.8 #1-7 odd

3.8 Reateach

Softball Toss Lab DUE



3.8 A New Look at Parabolas  IXL (Pre-Calculus):

P.1Find properties of parabolas (Due Wed)

P.2 Write equations of parabolas in vertex form (Due Fri)




3.9 Circles in the Coordinate Plane Reteach 3 -9#1-13 odd

3.9 Reateach



3.9 Circles in the Coordinate Plane IXL:

P.3 Graph parabolas (Due FRI)




Science Fair

Lessons 3.8 & 3.9 3.8 and 3.9 Review

IXL (Pre-Calculus):

Due Next Week on Wed.

P.4 Find properties of circles

P.5 Write equations of circles in standard form

P.6 Graph circles



Cheat Sheet for HW & Quizzes:


Quiz on Wed. 12/9

IXL Due Wed. 12/9

Español semana 8 del 30 de noviembre al 4 de diciembre

Para esta semana terminaremos los controles de lectura del libro “Cien años de Soledad” y “La casa de los espíritus” tendrán control oral de “La casa de los espíritus” de los capítulos restantes. Estos serán el viernes 4 de diciembre.

Lunes 30 repasaremos los vicios idiomáticos a través de ejercicios.

Martes 1 de diciembre empezaremos con la unidad de La novela y su clasificación para cubrir este tema se les asignará un tema para presentarlo. El proyecto podrá ser presentado por medio de un anuncio comercial grabado, una hoja volante o cartel, presentación power point de acuerdo al tipo de novela asignado. Entre más creativo y original sea su proyecto mejor será calificado su trabajo.

Martes tendrán tiempo en clase para preparar su proyecto. 

Miércoles 2 de diciembre pruebita de los Vicios idiomáticos. Después tendrán tiempo para trabajar en los proyectos de la Novela.

 Jueves  empezarán con las primeras presentaciones de los tema asignados.

Lunes 7 y martes 8 seguiremos con las presentaciones de la novela y su clasificación.escritores


Profa. Jazmín Avilez

Chemistry Nov. 30-Dec. 4, 2015



7-1 Ion Formation


Reading Check (1), SR p 209 #1-6 Interpreting the periodic Table Lab Due



7.2 Ionic Bonds and Compounds Reading Check & Figure Questions (4),  p 212 #7-11, p 217 #12-18





7.3 Names and Formulas for Ionic Compounds Reading Check (1), PP p 221 #19-23,  Figure Check (1),

p 222 #24-27,

p 223 #28-33,




7.3 Names and Formulas for Ionic Compounds p 224 #34-39

Reading Check (1)

SR p 228 #40-45




Science Fair

7.4 Metallic Bonds and the Properties of Metals Fig. 11 Cap ?, Reading Check (1)

SR: p 228 #40-45

Transparency 25

7.4 Study Guide WS


Chemistry: Matter and Change

Chapter 7: Ionic Compounds and Metals

In this Chapter:

Standardized Test Practice
Chapter Test Practice
Careers in Chemistry
Concepts in Motion
Interactive Tutor
Personal Tutor
Vocabulary eFlashcards
Section 1: Forming Ions
Section 2: Ionic Bonds and Ionic Compounds
Section 3: Names and Formulas for Ionic Compounds
Section 4: Mettalic Bonds and the Properties of Metals

APUSH Nov 30- Dec 4

This week in APUSH we will focus on Jacksonian Democracy and the Age of Reform. You will have a nightly reading in your APUSH packet and the questions will be due by Monday, Dec. 7th. All multiple choice, all short answer, and choose one of the essays to write a one-page response. Also, below you will find all of the primary sources we will use this week. Be prepared for a very serious game of Monopoly on Friday!
* John C. Calhoun, Speech to U.S. Senate, February 15, 1833
Cartoon: “King Andrew Jackson”

Lithograph: Currier and Ives “The Drunkard’s Progress”

* Catherine Beecher, Treatise on Domestic Economy

* Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

* Andrew Jackson, Bank Veto Message, July 10, 1832

* Elizabeth Cady Stanton, The Seneca Falls Declaration (1848)