DESARROLLO SOCIO-ECONÓMICO (29 de agosto al 2 de septiembre de 2016)

Los alumnos de  undécimo grado  El Medio ambiente, sistemas de creencias, la distribución de recursos y el origen étnico.

El trabajo será realizado en la clase y lo que hagan de manera electrónica hacerlo en  google docs. a ) la fecha máxima de entrega será el día viernes 2 de septiembre antes de las 8

Se les recuerda revisar para estar informado de los avances académicos que estén logrando.


Art August 29-02


  •    Understanding values grids and enlargement
  •   Identify, describe and create value contrast
  •      Depict the four techniques to show value

Students have chosen models to apply the element of value.Have students shade each object i n their composition with a range of black to grey. Have them look at each shape and decide which area should start with the richest black and which should be the lightest grey to create depth.

Students will apply fixative when art piece is finished.


Political Science Aug 29- Sept 2

On Monday you will present your layered projects for power and politics and you will be evaluated with the rubric I provided for you on the daily presentation. On Tuesday we will begin our unit on political ideologies by focusing on liberalism, conservatism, and socialism. You will be given a pre-test on Tuesday to assess your prior knowledge on the subject and then be broken into groups based on content knowledge. This unit will prepare us for our class reading of Animal Farm by George Orwell that we will begin next week.

AP Lang and Comp Aug 29- Sept 2

We will continue with rhetorical analysis by looking at examples of when rhetoric goes wrong, as well as analyzing rhetorical analysis prompts for the AP exam. You will dissect the prompts and use your knowledge of rhetorical devices to evaluate various pieces of text. At the end of the week, you will look at various AP essays as well as the scoring guide to have a better understanding of the writing expectations for the exam.

AP Human Geography Aug 29-Sep 2,2016

Scale Matters video remakes are due on Monday, August 29th to Schoology. Be sure to study for Wednesday’s map quiz using the materials in the Maps & More folder on Schoology. The unit 1 vocabulary test is next Monday.

In class this week we will write and score the unit 1 FRQ and discuss diffusion. On Tuesday students will see a presentation by representatives from Boston University.

Math 3 Week of Aug. 22 to Aug. 26, 2016

Mon. 8/29/16



1-3  Samples & Surveys 1-3 PWSK


1-3 VWS


IXL:  Pre-Calculus Z.1, Z.2, Z.3, Z.4


Lesson Quiz

Tues. 8/30/16


Wed. 8/31/16


1-4 Normal Distribution Activity Lab: Probability Distributions


1-4 PWSK


1-4 VWS


Activity Lab: Drawing Conclusions from Samples


IXL:  Pre-Calculus X.1, X.2


Lesson Quiz

Thurs. 9/1/16


Fri. 9/2/16


Ch. 1 Project: On the Move Activity 2-4



Español del 29 de agosto al 2 de septiembre

Lunes 29  empezarán las presentaciones del Realismo mágico. Grupo 1 origen y definición del Realismo Mágico, grupo 2 surrealismo y Realismo mágico.

Martes 30  continuaremos con las presentaciones del Realismo mágico grupo 3  características del realismo mágico y grupo 4 autores y obras del Realismo mágico.

 Miércoles  iniciaremos con el tema Las técnicas de lectura y estudio. Trabajaremos en las presentaciones de las técnicas asignadas, estas se harán en parejas. En clase se darán más detalles.También se les entregará la guía de estudio del Realismo mágico para que la contesten en casa. Esta será tarea que se entregará el viernes 2 de septiembre a primera hora.

Jueves 1 de septiembre tendrán el segundo control de lectura para los que leen “La casa de los espíritus” leerán el capítulo “Las tres Marías” y para los que leen “Cien años de soledad” tendrán que leer capítulos 3 y 4.

 Viernes 2 seguirán trabajando en las presentaciones de las técnica de lectura y estudio las cuales deberán terminarlas en clase.


Profesora Jazmín Avilez

Physical Education August 29-September 2, 2016

August 29 – September 2, 2016


– No dresses for the girls

– No jeans

– No crocks

– No sandals

– No boots

-No Converse  (All Stars)

PLEASE TAKE NOTE: Children who are not wearing the appropriate clothing for the class, will not be allowed to participate in P.E. class, and will receive no credit for the day, unless of course, there is a valid excuse.

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!


  1. Have fun!
  2. No candy /food/gum!
  3. Positive attitude!
  4. Don’t leave supervised areas!

Eleventh Grade – During this week, we will be working on all basic concepts of Basketball. They will put this knowledge to the test in game.


Chemistry Week of Aug. 29 to Sept. 2, 2016

Mon. 8/29/16 3.3  Mixtures in Matter


MiniLAB:  Observe Dye Separation

Group:  Matter Concept Map Poster


MiniLab p 82 #1-3

Tues. 8/30/16 LAB:

Understanding Properties of Matter


3.4 Elements & Compounds

CMC Chapter 03





Reading Check (6)

PP: p 88 #19-23

Print Periodic Table


Transparencies (3)

Study Guide 3.4

Arson Investigator p 91



Ch. 3 Test Next Week
Wed. 8/31/16 LAB: Understanding Properties of Matter Lab Packet  pages S-2 to S-6

Lab Packet pages S-7 to S-10

Thurs. 9/1/16 LAB: Understanding Properties of Matter Lab Packet pages S-11 to S-14  
Fri. 9/2/16 LAB: Understanding Properties of Matter Experimental Design Student Guide p S-15 to S-16  

Chemistry: Matter and Change

Chapter 3: Matter – Properties and Changes

In this Chapter:

Standardized Test Practice
Chapter Test Practice
Careers in Chemistry
Concepts in Motion
Interactive Tutor
Personal Tutor
Vocabulary eFlashcards
Section 1: Properties of Matter
Section 2: Changes in Matter
Section 3: Mixtures of Matter
Section 4: Elements and Compounds