Math II / April 04 – April 08

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY HOMEWORK
Mon. Apr 4,

2016

Lesson 15-2 Reteaching From Reteaching File,

#2-18 (even)

M2-Lesson 15-2 Reteaching

Tues. Apr 5,

2016

IXL Skill BB.2 Find Terms of an Arithmetic Sequence (Algebra II)

Information Center

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-2/find-terms-of-an-arithmetic-sequence

IXL
Wed. Apr 6,

2016

IXL BB.6 Write a Formula for an Arithmetic Sequence (Algebra II)

Information Center

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-2/write-a-formula-for-an-arithmetic-sequence

IXL
Thurs. Apr 7,

2016

Lesson 15-1 Practice From Practice File,

#1-9 (odd), #19-27 (odd), #28-36 (even)

M2-Lesson 15-1 Practice

Fri. Apr 8,

2016

Lesson 15-2 Practice From Practice File,

#2-32 (even)

M2-Lesson 15-2 Practice

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Math II / Mar. 28 – Apr. 01

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY HOMEWORK
Mon. Mar 28,

2016

SEMANA SANTA HOLIDAY

No School

NO SCHOOL
Tues. Mar 29,

2016

Introduce Chapter 15 – Sequences and Series

15-1 Mathematical Patterns

Khan Academy Video Tutorial (Mathematical Patterns)

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/sequences-and-series/copy-of-sequences-review/v/explicit-and-recursive-definitions-of-sequences

HW: From Reteaching File, #2-18 (even)

M2-Lesson 15-1 Reteaching

Wed. Mar 30,

2016

15-2 Arithmetic Sequences

Khan Academy Video Tutorial (Arithmetic Sequences)

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/sequences-and-series/copy-of-sequences-review/v/arithmetic-sequences

HW: From Reteaching File, #2-10 (even)

M2-Lesson 15-2 Reteaching

Thurs. Mar 31,

2016

15-3 Geometric Sequences

Khan Academy Video Tutorial (Geometric Sequences)

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/sequences-and-series/copy-of-precalc-geometric-sequences/v/geometric-sequences-introduction

HW: From Reteaching File, #2-24 (even)

M2-Lesson 15-3 Reteaching

Fri. Apr 1,

2016

Lesson 15.1 – 15.3 REVIEW HW: Review problems assigned in class.

SSL – Spanish as a Second Language

¡Buenos Días !

On this week we will learn furthermore about prepositions
and use them within the steps of the
writing process.

R E A D I N G
Students must read every day.

You are welcome to visit the library and choose an appropriate book for your child . . .

Students can practice their reading on a daily basis by choosing a story in the following site: HW: http://muchoscuentos.jimdo.com/

Homework will depend on daily exercises or activities done in class.

The student will complete at home unfinished classroom exercises or activities.
*Recommended sites for this week:

http://babelnet.sbg.ac.at/carlitos/ayuda/preposiciones.htm
http://www.auladiez.com/ejercicios/16_preposiciones.php
http://www.gramaticas.net/2010/09/ejemplos-de-preposiciones.html

…and your “tools” for daily usage:
http://www.languageguide.org/espa%C3%B1ol/vocabulario/
http://www.lingolex.com/swom/wom-greetings.htm

ESL/SSL students are evaluated on a weekly basis as follows:

MONDAY: ORAL PROFICIENCY EVALUATION Conversation …your overall ability to communicate in SPANISH.

WEDNESDAY: GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY EVALUATION
Writing …your ability to communicate your ideas in well structured sentences.

FRIDAY: WEEKLY EVALUATION Lessons & Vocabulary …vocabulary knowledge and lesson’s comprehension.

Ms. Pía Girbal ESL/SSL

Sociology March 29-April 1

This week we will focus on social control and deviance. You will begin by completing a free-write of all the examples you can think of in history that have been a source of social control through racial profiling and prejudice. We will then be focusing on a select few of these examples on Tuesday to understand the depth of how much the world, particularly institutions in the United States, has used race strategically for social control. On Wednesday and Thursday, we will be completing lessons from  “Teaching Tolerance” to understand how slavery, the Jim Crow south, and mass incarceration play an important role in social control. On Friday, we will discuss the social movement, “Black Lives Matter” along with the several incidents of police brutality over the last decade in the United States.

Physical Education March 29-April 1,2016

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P.E Class this week March 29-April 1 , 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

Tenth Grade

During this week,we will have a review of all the sports that are concerned with the synthetic soccer field.

This way the students will have a better understanding in sports such as: handball, hockey, and dodgeball.

 

Español del 29 de marzo al 1 de abril

 

Martes terminaremos de ver la película “El conde de Montecristo” seguidamente trabajarán en el análisis de la película en clase se dará más detalles. El cual deberá ser entregado para el miércoles.

Miércoles y jueves  introducción a las Vanguardias artísticas y literarias. Trabajo en grupo.


Las presentaciones comenzarán el viernes  1 de abril, en clase se dará los temas y el orden de las presentaciones así como la manera en que serán presentadas.
Atentamente

Profesora Jazmín Avilez 

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Art: Mar 29 to April 1

Pointillism

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Students have been using Georges Seurat’s “A Sunday in the Park on the Island of ¨La Grande Jatte¨, as inspiration to create their own Pointillism Landscape.

Pointillism is a technique of painting in which a lot of tiny dots are combined to form a picture. The reason for doing pointillism instead of a picture with physical mixing is that, supposedly, physically mixing colors dulls them. Most of the painters of Seurat’s time blended the colors to make a picture with a smoother feeling than Seurat’s bright, dotty works.

When two colors are right next to each other your eye mixes them in a process called, “optical mixing.” Using optical mixing rather than physical mixing can create a brighter picture. Painting a pointillist piece is a slow process. Seurat’s famous “A Sunday in the Park on the Island of La Grande Jatte” (more commonly known as “Sunday in the Park”), which covered a wall (81 inches by 120 inches), took him two years to complete. He was known for amazing devotion and concentration. The dots in a pointillist painting can be as small as 1/16 of an inch in diameter! Based on these measurements, “Sunday in the Park” has approximately 3,456,000 dots!

 

 

Environmental Science- Rubric

Sustainable Mining Project

50 points

 

Due Date _________________________________

 

My material is _______________________________________

 

Purpose: The earth is full of rich materials (metals, gemstones, fossil fuels…) that are available to be harvested/mined.  However, harvesting and/or mining and then purification of these materials has caused numerous, negative environmental effects.  If we wish to continue to harvest and use these rich resources, new techniques which reduce the environmental impacts of harvesting/mining and purification need to be developed and promoted.  You will select one material and discuss the traditional and more sustainable methods for its harvesting/mining and purification.

You will create a poster to present these methods to your classmates.  The requirements for what must be included in the poster are listed below.

  0 1 2 3 4 5
Description of material

(10 points- points x 2)

-From what is the material made

-How is the material made (what geological processes occurred to make it)

-How is the material used

-Where can the material be found (geologically and geographically

Not included Includes a general description of all topics

OR

Includes a detailed  description of 1 of the 4 topics listed for this topic while failing to mention 3 topics

Includes a detailed description of 1 of the 4 topics listed for this topic with a general description for 3 topics

OR

Includes a detailed description of 2 of the 4 topics listed for this topic while failing to mention 2 topics

Includes a detailed description of 2 of the 4 topics listed for this topic with a general description for 2 topics

OR

Includes a detailed description of 3 of the 4 topics listed for this topic while failing to mention 1 topic

Includes a detailed description of 3 of the 4 topics listed for this topic with a general description for 1 topic Includes the detailed all 4 topics listed for this area

 

Mining/Harvesting

Techniques

(15 points- points x 3)

-Traditional methods and their environmental effects

-Sustainable methods and the ways they attempt to reduce the negative environmental effects

Not included General description both traditional and sustainable techniques that fails to describe their effect on the environment

 

 

Detailed description of both traditional and sustainable techniques that fails to describe their effect on the environment

 

 

 

 

Detailed description either traditional or sustainable methods and their environmental effects

OR

General description of both with their environmental effects

 

Includes a detailed description of both traditional and sustainable methods, but only mentions one of the types of environmental effects Includes a detailed description of all topics for this area
  0 1 2 3 4 5
Purification/Processing of Material Techniques

(15 points- points x 3)

-Traditional methods and their environmental effects

-Sustainable methods and the ways they attempt to reduce the negative environmental effects

Not included General description both traditional and sustainable techniques that fails to describe their effect on the environment

 

 

Detailed description of both traditional and sustainable techniques that fails to describe their effect on the environment

 

 

 

 

Detailed description either traditional or sustainable methods and their environmental effects

OR

General description of both with their environmental effects

 

Includes a detailed description of both traditional and sustainable methods, but only mentions one of the types of environmental effects Includes a detailed description of all topics for this area
Presentation Style

(4 points)

-Maintains eye contact

-Enthusiasm

-Fluid presentation

-Good vocal tone

-Good posture

No presentation given Meets 1 requirement for this topic Meets 2 requirements for this topic Meets 3 requirements for this topics Meets all requirements for this topic  
Posters’ Appearance

(3 points)

-Neat

-Colorful

-Includes pictures/diagrams

-Correct spelling/grammar

No poster presented Meets 1 of the requirements for this topic Meets 2-3 of the requirements for this topic Meets all requirements for this topic    
Sources

(3 points)

-Listed in MLA format on the back of the poster

No sources given Lists sources Attempts MLA format for bibliography Use correct MLA format for bibliography