Physical Education January 25-29,2016

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P.E Class this week January 25-29, 2016

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!

Rules:

Have fun!

No candy/food/gum!

Positive attitudes!

Don’t leave supervised areas!

R.E.S.P.E.C.T

Eleventh Grade

During this week we will be doing a review. on the basics of volleyball in order to evaluate.

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Political Science Jan 25-29

We will continue discussing ideology this week, so that is your theme once again for current events. Make sure that you focus your questions around this theme, particularly regarding liberalism, conservatism, socialism, and communism.

On Monday, you will have a writing response to the documentary we watched, and on Tuesday, we will focus on liberalism and conservatism by watching news clips. The rest of the week will devoted to a political and global project that helps us understand the governments of the world.

AP Literature: Week of Jan. 25-29

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MONDAY: *Meet in classroom first, then go to Info Center

  1. Begin new set of Vocabtest.com words; *Starting this week, do not create slides. Write 20-22 original sentences with your words OR write a short story with the 20-22 words. Share in a Google Doc.

Vocabtest Test: Thursday Jan. 28; Sentences or short story due Thursday

2. Create a Google Doc and share msemilia.discoveryschool@gmail.com. Complete the questions below for “Where are you going, Where have you been” , work independently and complete questions by the end of class. Include the questions in your document and respond in complete sentences.

  1. Characterize Connie. Why is she the way she is?
  2. Characterize Arnold. Why is he the way he is?
  3. Characterize Ellie Oscar, June, the mother, and the father. How do they function in the story?
  4. List the other minor characters. What is their function?
  5. Document the irony and show its significance to the meaning/tone.
  6. What is Oates’s tone toward Connie?

Homework: study Vocabtest words for Thursday; work on essay for Where are you going, Where have you been? due on Wednesday

TUESDAY: Work on Vocabtest short story or sentences; discuss Joyce Carol Oates, Where are you going, Where have you been Homework: Complete essay for Where are you going, Where have you been due on Wednesday; watch student sample trailer

WEDNESDAY: Continue discussion of Where are going, Where have you been? “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue” Bob Dylan

THURSDAY: discussion of Where are you Going, Where have you been?

FRIDAY: Boot camp; Work on essay due on Wednesday Feb. 3

 

World Literature: Jan. 25-29

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MONDAY:

First part of class (10-15 mins): work on Vocabtest sentences or short story

You will create a Google Doc to write 20-22 original sentences or a short story using your choice of words from Vocabtest.com

Second part of class: work on rap due on Tuesday; See instructions below:

Due on Tuesday Jan. 27: We will work on it Jan 22  and Monday, Jan 25.

It will count as 2 classwork grades at 20 points each.

Rap lyrics are due on Google Docs

You may perform live or recorded. Create a video or sound clip.

Create a rap about the chapters Life of the Mississippi (You are reading chapters 8 and 9)

Your rap must be between 3-5 min long

You must have 3 pieces of information that relate to the Civil War

Must have 2 facts that relate to life on the Mississippi

Must have evidence of alliteration, metaphor, simile, and rhyme

All group members must participate in some way.

You can receive 5 points extra if you sync your lyrics with the David Banner song

Group 1: Nikolas, Eduardo, Diego, Santiago

Group 2: Sara, Pamela, Jose

Group 3: Anabella, Adriana

Group 4: Luis Fer, Megan, Sonia, Piche

Group 5: Bessy, Donato, Juan Sebastian, Nicolle R.

Group 6: Nohel, Nicolle H.

Homework for Tuesday:

Work on rap presentation for Tuesday. Be ready to present.

Read Ch. 8 Life on the MS; Ch. 9 Life on the MS

*Vocabtest Test moved to Thursday due to Boot Camp on Friday

TUESDAY:

Work on Vocabtest sentences or short story; present rap lyrics

Discuss Life on the Mississippi Chapter 8 & Ch. 9

Homework: Study for vocabtest words on Thursday

WEDNESDAY:

Perception vs Reality in Gender Identity: TedTalk with discussion questions

Exit slip: submit questions from TedTalk by end of class

Homework: Study for vocabtest words on Thursday

THURSDAY:

Meet in Computer Lab: Test for Vocabtest unit today; Sentences or short story is due through Google Docs today

Read “Boys and Girls” Alice Munro answer questions and submit in Google Doc by end of class

Homework: Finish questions from “Boys and Girls” if didn’t finish in class, submit before Friday

FRIDAY: Boot Camp

Español del 25 al 29 de enero

 

 Lunes y martes seguiremos con la conjugación de verbos regulares e irregulares


Martes 26 empezarán el proyecto de la canción en español. Deben ir buscando una canción en español el propósito de esta actividad es reforzar la conjugación de verbos, una vez que tengan seleccionada su canción, deberán llevar una copia para cada estudiante para practicar la conjugación o sea que en su copia pueden realizar el ejercicio de llenar los espacios u otro ejercicio. Trate que su canción tenga variedad de verbos para hacer más productiva la actividad. También llevarán la canción para escucharla en clase y analizarla.


Miércoles y jueves  continuaremos con el proyecto de conjugación de verbos regulares e irregulares.

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 El jueves 28  deberán reportarme el libro que leerán en este parcial. Recuerden que debe ser un autor hispanoamericano. ( Mario Vargas Llosa, Carlos Fuentes, Julio Córtazar, Ernesto Sábato, Jorge Luis Borges, Isabel Allende, Gabriel García Márquez, Paulo Cohelo, etc)

Atentamente

Ms. Jazmín Avilez 

Math 3 Jan 25-29, 2016

(Dates are subject to change due to student pacing)

DATE TOPIC HOMEWORK QUIZ OR TESTS

PROJECTS OR LABS

Mon

1/25/16

4.3 Polynomials, Linear Factors, and Zeros CLASSWORK:

 

HOMEWORK:

4.3 PWS

4.3 Vocabulary WS

 

IXL:

PC D.4, D.5

Box Lab DUE

 

Tues

1/26/16

4.4 Solving Polynomial Equations CLASSWORK:

 

HOMEWORK:

4.4 PWS

4.4 Vocabulary WS

 

IXL:

 

 
Wed

1/27/16

Polynomial Math Stations CLASSWORK:

Math Stations

 

HOMEWORK:

Reteach

Standardized Test Prep

Game/Puzzle WS

 
Thurs

1/28/16

 

 

 

 

Lessons 4.3-4.4 IXL Due:

PC D.4, D.5

4.3-4.4 QUIZ

 

Fri

1/29/16

Bootcamp Fieldtrip – No class    

 

Chemistry Jan 25-29, 2016

(Dates are subject to change due to student pacing)

DATE TOPIC CLASSWORK AND/OR HOMEWORK QUIZ/TEST/LAB OR PROJECT/LAB
Mon

1/25/16

8.3 Molecular Structures CLASSWORK:

Journal: Predict Lewis Structure

Chart of ball and stick models, Lewis structure and structural formula.

 

HOMEWORK:

Caption Question Fig. 13, PP p 255-257 #37-42

 
Tues

1/26/16

8.4 Molecular Shapes CLASSWORK:

 

HOMEWORK:

Caption Questions Fig 19, Reading Check (1), Molecular Shape Table, PP p 264 #56-60 , SR p 264 #61-67

 
Wed

1/27/16

8.4 Molecular Shapes CLASSWORK:

Predict bond angle and shape of molecules listed on p 263

 

HOMEWORK:

Research sulforaphane in broccoli and draw/build model

 
Thurs

1/28/16

 

8.5 Electronegativity and Polarity HOMEWORK:

Reading & Graph Check (2),

Caption Questions Figure 24,

SR p 270 #68-77,

 
Fri

1/29/16

Bootcamp Field Trip – No Class    

Art Jan 25-29

Watercolor Animal Portrait

Students will begin working on their watercolor Animal Portrait. The objective of this project is for students to depict texture using watercolors as a medium. For this project students must bring a picture of a animal ( they must take the picture themselves).The picture students bring will be recreated using watercolors.

Contrast and Value Project due date is January 25.

Watercolor Animal Portrait from previous years

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Math 3 Jan 18-22, 2015

DATE TOPIC HOMEWORK QUIZ OR TESTS

PROJECTS OR LABS

Mon

1/18/16

NO SCHOOL

HOLIDAY

MLK JR DAY

   
Tues

1/19/16

Polynomial Math Stations CLASSWORK:

Math Stations

 

HOMEWORK:

Reteach

Standardized Test Prep

Game/Puzzle WS

 
Wed

1/20/16

Lessons 4.1-4.2   4.1-4.2 QUIZ
Thurs

1/21/16

 

 

 

 

4.3 Polynomials, Linear Factors, and Zeros CLASSWORK:

 

HOMEWORK:

4.3 PWS #

4.3 Vocabulary WS

 

IXL:

PC D.4, D.5

 
Fri

1/22/16

Box Lab   CLASSWORK:

Box Lab WS