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Sept. 24, 2012
Week of 9/249/28
Week of 9/249/28
Sept. 24, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Biology
Monday, September, 24
Study for Chapter 1 Test
Objectives
 Review Key Concepts from Foundations of Science
 Review Introduction to Biology
Homework
 STUDY!
Wednesday, September, 26
Chapter 1 Test
Homework
 Analytically Read handout from Aristotle: Parts of Animals
 Complete Content Questions
Friday, September, 28
Aristotle: Parts of Animals
Objectives
 Identify Aristotle's distinctions of animal groups
 Describe the basis for Aristotle's distinction between plants and animals
Key Concepts
hierarchy of being, eidos
Homework
 Complete Application and Discussion Questions
Sept. 24, 2012
Week of 9/249/28
Week of 9/249/28
Sept. 24, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Earth Science
Monday, September, 24
Review for Chapter Test 1
Objectives
 Review Key Concepts from Foundations of Science
 Review Introduction to Earth Science
Homework
 Inspectionally Read Handout on the Biosphere (Vernadsky)
 Write two questions for each heading.
 Complete Content Questions 14
Wednesday, September, 26
Chapter 1 Vocabulary Quiz
Homework
 Analytically Read Handout on the Biosphere (Vernadsky)
 Complete Content Questions 58
 Complete Application Questions
Friday, September, 28
The Biosphere
Objectives
 Define the principle of Earth's interconnectedness.
 Explain how the concept of energy is fundamental to the study of Earth as a system.
Key Concepts
Earth's interconnectedness, Energy conversion
Homework
 Analytically Read The Biosphere
 Complete Discussion Questions
Sept. 24, 2012
Week of 9/249/28
Week of 9/249/28
Sept. 24, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Chemistry
Monday, September, 24
We almost had ourselves a documentary day. The class average from the Chapter 1 Test was 77, a mere three percentage points away from the goal. Let us try and acheive that goal next time.
Studying Matter Through Change
Objectives
 Explain how properties are used to classify matter.
 Identify the ways Lavoisier studied chemicals throught their properties.
Key Concepts
substance, matter
Homework
 Inspectionally read handout
 Complete Journal Prompt
Wednesday, September, 26
Studying Matter Through Change (Seminar)
Objectives
 Discuss the ways Lavoisier studied combustion through experiments.
 Explain how the scientific method was used to study chemicals.
Key Concepts
combustion, chemical composition
Homework
 Analytically read handout
 Answer discussion questions
Friday, September, 28
Lesson 2.1: Properties of Matter
Objectives
 Identify properties of matter as extensive or intensive.
 Define physical property and list several common properties of substances.
 Differentiate among three states of matter.
Key Concepts
physical properties
Homework
 Analytically read 2.1
 Complete Vocabulary and Section Assessment
 Write a rough draft for a 45 paragraph response paper from reading and seminar.
Sept. 24, 2012
Week of 9/249/28
Week of 9/249/28
Sept. 24, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Chemistry Section 2
Tuesday, September, 25
Chapter 1 Test
Homework
 Complete worksheet 21
 Inspectionally read handout
 Answer content questions from handout
Thursday, September, 27
Studying Matter Through Change
Objectives
 Discuss the ways Lavoisier studied combustion through experiments.
 Explain how the scientific method was used to study chemicals.
Key Concepts
combustion, chemical composition
Homework
 Analytically read handout
 Answer discussion questions
Sept. 24, 2012
Week of 9/249/28
Week of 9/249/28
Sept. 24, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Advanced Math 1
Tuesday, September, 25
Lesson 5.4: Direct and Inverse Variation (1)
Objectives
 Express direct variation and inverse variation in algebraic terms and using these forms of expressions to find unknown quantities.
 Solving word problems involving direct variation and inverse variation.
Key Concepts
direct variation, inverse variation
Homework
 Be able to solve all of Ex 5.3 (with the exception of 14)
 Exercise 5.4: 12
Thursday, September, 27
Lesson 5.4: Direct and Inverse Variation (2)
Objectives
 Express direct variation and inverse variation in algebraic terms and using these forms of expressions to find unknown quantities.
 Solving word problems involving direct variation and inverse variation.
Key Concepts
direct variation, inverse variation
Homework
 Exercise 5.4: 1222
Sept. 24, 2012
Week of 9/249/28
Week of 9/249/28
Sept. 24, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Advanced Math 2
Tuesday, September, 25
Objectives
 Review Exercise 7.3
 Begine review for Chapter 7 (1) Test
Key Concepts
trigonometry
Homework
 Study Guide for Chapter 7 (1) Test
Thursday, September, 27
Review for Chapter 7 Test 1
Objectives
 Review study guide for chapter 7 test 1.
Key Concepts
trigonometry
Homework
 Study for Test
Sept. 16, 2012
Week of 9/17 to 9/21
Week of 9/17 to 9/21
Sept. 16, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Biology
Monday, September, 17
Tools and Procedures in Biology
Objectives
 Describe the measurement system most scientists use.
 Explain how microsopes work.
 Describe two common laboratory techniques.
Key Concepts
metric system
laboratory techniques
microscopes
Homework
 Work on study guide
 Complete Worksheet
 (Homework assignments are contingent upon inclass progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)
Wednesday, September, 19
Tools and Procedures in Biology (2)
Objectives
 Describe the measurement system most scientists use.
 Explain how microsopes work.
 Describe two common laboratory techniques.
Key Concepts
metric system
laboratory techniques
microscopes
Homework
 Work on study guide
 Study for Chapter 1 Test
 (Homework assignments are contingent upon inclass progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)
Sept. 16, 2012
Week of 9/17 to 9/21
Week of 9/17 to 9/21
Sept. 16, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Earth Science
Monday, September, 17
Lesson 1.4: Earth System Science (1)
Objectives
 Describe the primary goal of Earth system science and define the term system.
 Describe Earth's two major sources of energy.
Key Concepts
system
energy
Homework
 Complete Section Assessment
 Keyword Outline Answer to #3
 (Homework assignments are contingent upon inclass progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)
Wednesday, September, 19
Lesson 1.4: Earth System Science (2)
Objectives
 Explain how humans affect Earth's systems.
 Distinguish between renewable and nonrenewable resources.
Key Concepts
system
energy
Homework
 Complete Workseet
 Study for Chapter 1 Test
 (Homework assignments are contingent upon inclass progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)
Sept. 16, 2012
Week of 9/17 to 9/21
Week of 9/17 to 9/21
Sept. 16, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Chemistry
Monday, September, 17
Review for Chapter 1 Test
Objectives
 Review Key Concepts from Foundations of Science
 Review Introduction to Chemistry
Homework
Wednesday, September, 19
Chapter 1 Test
Homework
 Vocabulary and Key Concept Questions for Chapter 2 Section 1
Sept. 16, 2012
Week of 9/17 to 9/21
Week of 9/17 to 9/21
Sept. 16, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Chemistry Section 2
Tuesday, September, 18
Review for Chapter 1 Test
Objectives
 Review Key Concepts from Foundations of Science
 Review Introduction to Chemistry
Homework
 STUDY!
Thursday, September, 20
Chapter 1 Test
Homework
 Inspectionally read handout
 Answer content questions from handout
 (Homework assignments are contingent upon inclass progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)
Friday, September, 21
Studying Matter Through Change
Objectives
 Explain how properties are used to classify matter.
 Identify the ways Lavoisier studied chemicals throught their properties.
Key Concepts
substance
matter
Homework
 Analytically read handout
 Answer discussion questions
 (Homework assignments are contingent upon inclass progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)
Sept. 16, 2012
Week of 9/17 to 9/21
Week of 9/17 to 9/21
Sept. 16, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Advanced Math 1
Tuesday, September, 18
Quiz 2 (Lesson 5.2)/ Introduce Lesson 5.3
Objectives
 Use inverse function notation to describe the inverse of simple functions.
 Use inverse functions to solve problems of quantitative relation.
Key Concepts
inverse
inverse notation
Homework
 Correct Quiz (if needed)
 Exercise 5.3: 14
 (Homework assignments are contingent upon inclass progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)
Thursday, September, 20
Lesson 5.3: Inverse Functions
Objectives
 Use inverse function notation to describe the inverse of simple functions.
 Use inverse functions to solve problems of quantitative relation.
Key Concepts
inverse
inverse notation
Homework
 Exercise 5.3: all
 (Homework assignments are contingent upon inclass progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)
Friday, September, 21
Quiz 3 (Lesson 5.3)/ Lesson 5.4: Direct and Inverse Variation (1)
Objectives
 Express direct variation and inverse variation in algebraic terms and using these forms of expressions to find unknown quantities.
 Solving word problems involving direct variation and inverse variation.
Key Concepts
direct variation
inverse variation
Homework
 Correct Quiz (if needed)
 Exercise 5.4: 111
 (Homework assignments are contingent upon inclass progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)
Sept. 16, 2012
Week of 9/17 to 9/21
Week of 9/17 to 9/21
Sept. 16, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Advanced Math 2
Tuesday, September, 18
Quiz (7.1 & 7.2)/ Introduce Sine Rule
Objectives
 Solving problems using sine rule.
 Solving problems using formula 1/2ab sin Ĉ for the area of a triangle.
Key Concepts
cosine rule
sine rule
Homework
 Correct Quiz (if needed)
 Exercise 7.3: 15
 (Homework assignments are contingent upon inclass progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)
Thursday, September, 20
Lesson 7.3: Sine Rule
Objectives
 Solving problems using sine rule.
 Solving problems using formula 1/2ab sin Ĉ for the area of a triangle.
Key Concepts
sine rule
Homework
 Exercise 7.3: 610
 (Homework assignments are contingent upon inclass progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)
Friday, September, 21
Quiz: Sine Rule
Objectives
 Solving problems using sine rule.
 Solving problems using formula 1/2ab sin Ĉ for the area of a triangle.
Key Concepts
sine rule
Homework
 Correct Quiz (if needed)
 Complete Study Guide
 (Homework assignments are contingent upon inclass progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class the day homework is assigned.)
Sept. 10, 2012
Organs on Microchips
Organs on Microchips
Sept. 10, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Chemistry Section 2
Here's a link to listen to the story I mentioned in class about organs being built on microchips. Enjoy.
http://www.npr.org/2012/07/27/157489675/buildingorgansononemicrochipatatime
Sept. 10, 2012
Week of 9/109/14
Week of 9/109/14
Sept. 10, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Advanced Math 1
files: Ex 52 (1).pdf
Tuesday, September, 11
Lesson 5.1: Functions (2)
Objectives
 Review function notation.
 Apply function notation to quantitative relations
Key Concepts
functions, function notation
Homework
 Exercise 5.1: all
 Exercise 5.2: 1 (af)
Thursday, September, 13
Lesson 5.2: Graph of a Function
Objectives
 Introduce domain and range
 Apply function notation to quantitative relations
Key Concepts
domain, range
Homework
Exercise 5.2: all
Sept. 10, 2012
Week of 9/109/14
Week of 9/109/14
Sept. 10, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Advanced Math 2
Tuesday, September, 11
Lesson 7.1: Trigonometrical Ratios of an Obtuse Angle (cont.)
Objectives
 Define and use sin, cos, and tan on coordinate plane
 Express trig functions for obtuse angles in terms of trig functions
Key Concepts
trig functions, angles, radians
Homework
Exercise 7.2: 1 (all), 2 (all)
Thursday, September, 13
Lesson 7.2: Cosine Rule
Objectives
 Define and use sin, cos, and tan on coordinate plane
 Express trig functions for obtuse angles in terms of trig functions
 Solving problems using cosine rule
Key Concepts
cosine rule
Homework
Exercise 7.2: 12
Sept. 08, 2012
Week of 9/109/14
Week of 9/109/14
Sept. 08, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Chemistry
Monday, September, 10
Lesson 1.2: Chemistry Far and Wide
Objectives
 Identify some areas of research affected by chemistry.
 Describe some examples of research in chemistry

Distinguish between macroscopic and microscopic views
Key Concepts
scope of chemistry
Homework
 Analytically Read Section 1.4
 Answer Key Concepts and Vocabulary
Wednesday, September, 12
Lesson 1.4: Problem Solving in Chemistry
Objectives
 Identify two general steps in problem solving.
 Describe three steps for solving numeric problems.
 Describe two steps for conceptual problems.
Key Concepts
quantitative problem solving, conceptual problem solving
Homework
 Work on study guide
 STUDY
Friday, September, 14
Review for Test
Sept. 08, 2012
Week of 9/109/14
Week of 9/109/14
Sept. 08, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Chemistry Section 2
Tuesday, September, 11
Introduction to Scientific Thinking: Formal Definition of Chemistry
Objectives
 Identify some areas of research affected by chemistry.
 Describe some examples of research in chemistry
 Distinguish between macroscopic and microscopic views
Key Concepts
scope of chemistry
Homework
 Analytically Read Section 1.4
 Answer Key Concepts, Know vocabulary
Thursday, September, 13
Lesson 1.4: Problem Solving in Chemistry
Objectives
 Describe general approach to problem solving.
 Identify three steps for solving quantitative problems.
 Identify two steps for solving conceptual problems.
Key Concepts
quantitative problem solving, conceptual problem solving
Homework
Prepare study guide for chapter test 1
Sept. 07, 2012
Week of 9/109/14
Week of 9/109/14
Sept. 07, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Biology
Monday, September, 10
Introduction to Scientific Thinking: How Scientists Work
Objectives
 Describe how scientists test hypotheses.
 Explain how a scientific theory develops.
Key Concepts
principle, inference
Homework
 Analytically Read Section 13
 Define Vocabulary & Answer Section Assessment Questions
 Complete Worksheet
Wednesday, September, 12
Introduction to Scientific Thinking: Formal Definition of Biology
Objectives
 Describe some characteristics of living things.
 Explain how life can be studied at different levels.
Key Concepts
characteristics of living things, levels of organization
Homework
 Analytically Read Section 14
 Vocab and Section Assessment
 Complete Worksheet
Friday, September, 14
Studying Life (cont.)
Objectives
 Describe some characteristics of living things.
 Explain how life can be studied at different levels.
Key Concepts
characteristics of living things, levels of organization
Homework
 Analytically Read Section 14
 Vocab and Section Assessment
Sept. 07, 2012
Week of 9/109/14
Week of 9/109/14
Sept. 07, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Earth Science
Monday, September, 10
Lesson 1.2: A View of Earth (Formal Definition of Earth Science)
Objectives
 Describe Earth's four major spheres.
 Differentiate Among the three parts of the geosphere.
 State the value of the theory of plate tectonics.
Key Concepts
Earth's four spheres, plate tectonics
Homework
 Complete worksheet
 Analytically Read Section 1.4
 Vocabulary and Key Concepts Section 1.4
Wednesday, September, 12
Lesson 1.4: Earth System Science (1)
Objectives
 Describe the primary goal of Earth system science and define the term system.
 Describe Earth's two major sources of energy.
Key Concepts
system, energy
Homework
 Complete worksheet
 Key Word Outline Reading Checkpoints
Friday, September, 14
Lesson 1.4: Earth System Science (2)
Objectives
 Explain how humans affect Earth's systems.
 Distinguish between renewable and nonrenewable resources.
Key Concepts
system, energy
Homework
 Complete Workseet
 Study for Chapter 1 Test
Sept. 05, 2012
Week of 9/39/7
Week of 9/39/7
Sept. 05, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Biology
Wednesday, September, 5
Introduction to Scientific Thinking: Scientific Inference in Biology
Objectives
 Describe how scientists test hypotheses
 Compare and Contrast hypothesis, theory, law
Key Concepts
hypothesis
theory
law
Homework
 (In lab journal) Use the seven stages of scientific to describe Redi's experiment in section 12
 Analytically Read Section 12
 Complete Vocabulary and Section Assessment
Sept. 05, 2012
Week of 9/39/7
Week of 9/39/7
Sept. 05, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Earth Science
Wednesday, September, 5
Introduction to Scientific Thinking: Scientific Inference in Earth Science
Objectives
 Identify and Describe Earth's Major Spheres
 Explain Theory of Plate Tectonics
Key Concepts
Earth's Major Spheres
Plate Tectonics
Homework
 Analytically Read Section 1.2
 Define Vocabulary
 Section Assessment
Sept. 05, 2012
Week of 9/39/7
Week of 9/39/7
Sept. 05, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Chemistry
Wednesday, September, 5
Introduction to Scientific Thinking: Scientific Inference
Objectives
 Define Principle
 Explain the two types of inference
 Describe the process of inference in natural science
Key Concepts
Stages of Scientific Inference
Homework
 Analytically Read Section 1.2
 Define Vocabulary
 Answer Section Assessment Questions
Sept. 05, 2012
Week of 9/39/7
Week of 9/39/7
Sept. 05, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Advanced Math 1
Tuesday, September, 4
Introduction to Functions and Variation
Objectives
 Identify Functions as Quantitative Abstraction of Change
 Introduce Function Notation
Key Concepts
change
functions
Homework
Exercise 5.1: 17
Thursday, September, 6
Lesson 5.1: Functions (1)
Objectives
 Review function notation.
 Apply function notation to quantitative relations
 Apply function notation to inverse relations
Key Concepts
function notation
Homework
Exercise 5.1: 712
Friday, September, 7
Lesson 5.2: Graph of a Function
Objectives
 Introduce domain and range
 Apply functions and their graphs to problems
Key Concepts
domain
range
Homework
Exercise 5.2: 1 (af)
Sept. 05, 2012
Week of 9/39/7
Week of 9/39/7
Sept. 05, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Advanced Math 2
Tuesday, September, 4
Lesson 7.1: Trigonometrical Ratios of an Obtuse Angle
Objectives
 Define and use sin, cos, and tan on coordinate plane
 Express trig functions for obtuse angles in terms of trig functions
Key Concepts
trigonmentric functions
Homework
Exercise 7.1: 13
Thursday, September, 6
Lesson 7.1: Trigonometrical Ratios of an Obtuse Angle (2)
Objectives
 Define and use sin, cos, and tan on coordinate plane
 Express trig functions for obtuse angles in terms of trig functions
Key Concepts
trigonmentric functions, obtuse angles
Homework
 Analytically Read Great Books handout
 Outline key concepts from reading
Friday, September, 7
Foundations of Trigonometry
Objectives
 Disucss great ideas from reading
Key Concepts
trigonometry
Homework
Write five paragraph response paper (respond to the reading and seminar: what did the author say, do you agree or disagree, is it true)
Sept. 04, 2012
Week of 9/39/7
Week of 9/39/7
Sept. 04, 2012
Albarado, Kyle
Albarado, Kyle
from:Albarado, Kyle
to:Chemistry Section 2
Tuesday, September, 4
Introduction to Scientific Thinking: Scientific Inference
Objectives
 Define Principle
 Explain the two types of inference
 Describe the process of inference in natural science
Key Concepts
stages of scientific inference
Homework
Use the stages of scientific inference to describe an experiment that would have supported Lavoisier's position on how objects burn. Describe this experiment in your lab book.
Thursday, September, 6
Lesson 1.2: Chemistry Far and Wide
Objectives
 Identify some areas of research affected by chemistry.
 Describe some examples of research in chemistry
 Distinguish between macroscopic and microscopic views
Key Concepts
scope of chemistry
Homework
Analytically read handout from Laviossier.
Outline key concepts from reading.
Friday, September, 7
Socratic Seminar: Laviossier
Objectives
 Identify main contributions from Laviossier
 Discuss the role of nomenclature in Laviossier's approach
Homework
Write a fiveparagraph response paper following discussion.