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March 23, 2012

Chapter 36 Lab: Inquiry Activity

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Biology 2

Chapter 36 Inquiry Activity

Investigate how to classify joints based on the movement of bones.

Homework

  1. Complete Inquiry Activity 
  2. Critically read and outline Chapter 36 Section 1: The Skeletal System (pp. 921-923).
  3. Come prepared to critically discuss this section and/or be quized on this section. 
  4. Define vocabulary for section 36-1.

March 23, 2012

Review Study Guide for Chapter 5

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 2

Study for upcoming Chapter 5 Test on Tuesday, March 27. 

March 23, 2012

Study Guide Answers Chapter 5 Test

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 2

See the attachment for the answers to the study guides. Email me if there are any questions.

 

March 22, 2012

Agenda for Thursday, March 22, 2012

from:Artigue, Scott

to:All Students

History--Complete Map Activity for Chapter 29 Section 1.

Literature--Read the rest of Chapter 20.

English--Complete pages 420-421 in textbook; revise rough draft.

Math--(5) Check page 82; Quiz Friday on Ratios.  Complete Page 90.

           (6) Check homework from Tuesday; Review on Volume tomorrow.

Science--Quiz postponed and will be taken Friday.

Spelling--Complete Exercise C; Quiz Friday on Lesson 26.

Religion--Test on Chapter 17 Wednesday.

March 22, 2012

Chapter 20 Review

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Earth Science

Review major concepts from Chapter 20.

Prepare for Chapter 20 Test

Homework

Study!

March 22, 2012

Chapter 37 Test

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Biology 2

Chapter 37 Test

March 22, 2012

Review Chapter 5

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 2

Review Chapter 5

Homework
Complete Study Guide

Graded for Completion on Friday 

March 22, 2012

Lesson 19: Derivatives for Exponential Functions

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Calculus 1

Objectives

  1. Define the exponential rule for derivatives.
  2. Find derivatives of exponential functions with any positive base.

Homework

For next week, complete the tutorial and homework for Lesson 20. 

March 21, 2012

Lesson Plans 3/19--3/23

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Latin II

LATIN II 3/19-3/23
 

TUESDAY: Original: REVIEWING 3rd Declension for Test next class.
 

THURSDAY: ORIGINAL: ~Test on Capitulum Nonum ~HOMEWORK: study new vocabulary and read lesson 1 of capitulum decimum. ADVANCED: ~Grammar: Dative of Possessive and 3rd declension adjectives ~Reading lesson 1 of capitulum duodecimum ~HOMEWORK: Ex. 1,2, and 13.
 

FRIDAY: ORIGINAL: Grammar: Accusative-Infinitive Construction; HOMEWORK: Exercises 1-5.          ADVANCED: Grammar: 4th dec. HOMEWORK: Exercise 10 of chapter 12.
 

March 20, 2012

Agenda for Tuesday, March 20, 2012

from:Artigue, Scott

to:All Students

History--Complete Chapter 29 Section 1 Questions

Literature--Complete questions for Chapters 18-19.

English--Rough draft for "Turnips".

Math-- (5) Page 82 & 89 in textbook.

            (6) Pages 59-61 in textbook.

Science--Quiz Thursday on Chapter B1.

Spelling--Lesson 26 Exercise B.

Religion--

March 20, 2012

20.3: Severe Storms

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:All Students

Objectives
Explain causal factors and properties of a thunderstorm.
Describe the conditions needed for a tornado to form
Identify the conditions that must exist for a hurricane to form.

Homework
Complete practice essay questions.
STUDY!

 

March 20, 2012

Chapter 37 Review

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Biology 2

Review major concepts and terms for Chapter 37.

Prepare for Chapter 37 Test.

Homework

STUDY!

March 20, 2012

Problem Solving involving Functions

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 2

Objectives
Investigate Problems leading to functions



Homework
p. 119 (#s 1-4)

 

March 19, 2012

LESSON PLANS: MORAL THEOLOGY: 3/19--3/21

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:All Students

MORAL THEOLOGY 3/19—3/23:
 

MONDAY 3/19/2012: ~Lecture: Introduction: Prudence and the Moral Act  ~Reading and Response: VERITATIS SPLENDO (don’t forget your composition notebooks!) HOMEWORK: Read pages 118-124 in Didache text, answer questions 1-13.
 

WEDNESDAY 3/21: ~Lecture: Prudence and the Doctrine of Double Effect  ~Reading Didache text: Reading pages 123-127 and answer all questions and write terms ~Finish chapter 1 of VERITATIS SPLENDO—reflection and response.
 

March 19, 2012

LESSON PLANS 3/19--3/23

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Latin I

LATIN I 3/19—3/23
 

TUESDAY 3/20: ~Reviewing Pensum A and C ~Review game for test next class HOMEWORK: Pensum B; study grammar and vocabulary for Capitulum Nonum.
 

THURSDAY 3/22: ~Test on Capitulum Nonum HOMEWORK: New Vocabulary and Read lesson one of Capitulum Decimum
 

FRIDAY 2/23: Grammar: Accusative-Infinitive Construction ~Reading Lesson 1 ~HOMEWORK: Exercises for Lesson 1 and Study Vocabulary.
 

March 19, 2012

LESSON PLANS 3/19-3/21

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Theology III

MORAL THEOLOGY 3/19—3/23:
 

MONDAY 3/19/2012: ~Lecture: Introduction: Prudence and the Moral Act  ~Reading and Response: VERITATIS SPLENDOR (don’t forget your composition notebooks!) HOMEWORK: Read pages 118-124 in Didache text, answer questions 1-13.
 

WEDNESDAY 3/21: ~Lecture: Prudence and the Doctrine of Double Effect  ~Reading Didache text: Reading pages 123-127 and answer all questions and write terms ~Finish chapter 1 of VERITATIS SPLENDOR—reflection and response.
 

March 19, 2012

Test on chapter 14-15 and the lecture notes

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Monday, March, 19
Objective: 
Test

 

 

March 19, 2012

Quiz on 2.6

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Monday, March, 19
Objectives:

Quiz on 2.6


Homework
Study section 3.1

March 18, 2012

Ancient History Lessons: Monday, March 19 to Friday, March 30

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Ancient History

**Please note the following changes, due to school's cancelation on 3/21.

Monday, March 19

  • Opening writing exercise
  • Discuss chapter 65: The Peloponnesian Wars
  • Homework for Wednesday, March 21: read and keyword outline chapter 66

Wednesday, March 21

  • JPG closed

Monday, March 26

  • Opening writing exercise
    Discuss chapter 66: The First Sack of Rome
    Tenth student presentation
    Reminder: Chapter 73 group presentation materials due today
    Homework for Wednesday, March 28: read and keyword outline chapter 70

Wednesday, March 28

  • Opening writing exercise
  • Discuss chapter 70: Alexander and the Wars of the Successors
  • Eleventh student presentation
  • Homework for Monday, April 2: read and keyword outline chapter 73

Friday, March 30 – [out at a debate tournament]

  • Ms. Jen will be taking this class to complete some of her work, so Ancient History lesson plans will be on hold until next week.

March 18, 2012

Civics Lessons: Monday, March 19 to Friday, March 30

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Civics & Free Enterp

**Please note the following changes, due to school's cancelation on 3/21.

Monday, March 19

  • Students present commercials in class for their product(s)

Wednesday, March 21

  • JPG closed

Monday, March 26

  • Market Day!
  • Students buy/sell products in the open market
  • Invite other teachers/students free during this hour to take part in the market

Wednesday, March 28

  • Review market day
  • Stock market review exercise
  • Work with partner to finish last rough draft and set final business plan arrangements
  • Homework: rough draft of financial and management plans

Friday, March 30 – [out at a debate tournament]

  • Due: Rough draft of financial and management plans
  • Ms. Jen is taking this class to work with students, so Civics lesson plans will be on hold until next week.

March 18, 2012

Debate Lessons: Monday, March 19 to Friday, March 30

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Debate

Tuesday, March 20

  • Independent projects will continue throughout March, until just after the State competition
  • Students who are still competing at State should follow their individualized instruction sheet for guidelines on assignments until that tournament
  • For students not competing, their weekly assignments are as follows:
  • Assignment 1: 2 Extemp Articles, one main topic area and one minor
  • Because the state extemp students will be competiting on Thursday, if your extemp articles are submitted by Tuesday in class, you will be excused from one of the following two assignments.
  • Assignment 2: Final copy of one page summary of the value
  • Assignment 3: Two more final briefs (opposed or supporting)
  • Practice individual events in class
  • Students watch and critique a peer
  • State competitors practice for Mrs. Mahan

Thursday, March 22

  • Independent projects will continue throughout March, until just after the State competition
  • Practice extemp speeches in class
  • Students watch and critque a peer
  • State competitors practice for Mrs. Mahan

 Friday, March 23 

  • Independent projects will continue throughout March, until just after the State competition
  • Collect homework folders with weekly assignments
  • Students no longer competing, see Assignments 1 – 3 above for the week to determine what is to be submitted on this date

Tuesday, March 27

  • Independent projects will continue throughout March, until just after the State competition
  • Students who are still competing at State should follow their individualized instruction sheet for guidelines on assignments until that tournament
  • For students not competing, their weekly assignments are as follows:
  • Assignment 1: 2 Extemp Articles, one main topic area and one minor
  • Assignment 2: Final copy of both philosopher pages (supporting and opposing)
  • Assignment 3: Two more final briefs (opposed or supporting)
  • Final practices for students competition at state
  • Students encouraged to turn in extemp articles today, to assist State competitors

Thursday, March 29 (out with students competing at State)

  • Ms. Jen will be in class today to work with the class.  Students will be unable tow work on their projects in class and should plan accordingly.
  • Independent projects will continue throughout March, until just after the State competition
  • Collect homework folders from weekly assignments
  • Ms. Jen will collect folders, or they can be put in Mrs. Mahan’s box in the front office for submission

TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS (PINEVILLE)

March 18, 2012

Logic Lessons: Monday, March 19 to Friday, March 30

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Logic & Rhetoric

Tuesday, March 20

  • Weekly quote for memorization: “Every man’s life is a fairy tale written by God’s fingers.” - Hans Christian Andersen
  • Practice speaking drills
  • Work with Ezekiel text
  • Watch ADS sample and Trial closing argument examples
  • Due:  Legal Speech rough drafts

Thursday, March 22 (St. Catherine of Sweden’s Feast Day!)

  • Begin presentation of Legal Speeches
  • Should take all class
  • All students critique, decide verdicts after both sides have presented
  • Have ceremonial speech(es) for St. Catherine of Sweden
  • Make toasts as a final form of ceremonial speeches

Friday, March 23

  • Memorization Quiz
  • Finish Legal Speeches not presented last class
  • Continue with student critiques and verdicts

Tuesday, March 27

  • No weekly quote for memorization (only one day of class this week)
  • Begin Political Speech discussion
  • Look at rubric, outline for next speech
  • Determine elements of political speech different from ceremonial and legal
  • Written v. impromptu style of delivery
  • Discuss structure, creation of a plan for implementation
  • Watch Presidential debate example (if time allows)
  • Homework: Select a platform for political speech

Thursday, March 29 – [out for debate tournament]

  • Ms. Jen will be working with the 8th graders for this period, so the Logic & Rhetoric lesson plans will be on hold until Tuesday, April 3

March 16, 2012

Agenda for Friday, March 16, 2012

from:Artigue, Scott

to:All Students

History--Quiz on Chapter 28 Sections 1 & 2.

Literature--Answer questions for Chapter 19.

English--

Math-- (5) Quiz on Ratios.

            (6)

Science--Complete the terms and definitions for Chapter B2.

Spelling--Quiz on Lesson 25 Words.

Religion--

March 16, 2012

Pre-Algebra

from:Richard, Barrett

to:Math-7

Monday:  Lecture on Lesson 10.3 (Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles).  Begin working exercise 10.3 numbers 1-3(f)

Homework:  Finish Classwork

 

Wednesday:  Go over homework.  Work on 10.3 number 3 (g, h, i,).  Turn in for a grade.

 

 

March 16, 2012

Algebra 1

from:Richard, Barrett

to:Algebra I

Monday:  Lecture on Lesson 6.1 (Solving simultaneous linear equations via the simple elimination method)

Homework:  Exercise 6.1 

 

Wednesday:  Go over homework.  Begin working exercise 6.2 in class (numbers 1 thru 16)

Homework:  Finish classwork

March 15, 2012

Agenda for Thursday, March 15, 2012

from:Artigue, Scott

to:All Students

History--Complete review questions worksheet for Chapter 28 Section 2.  Review answers.  Quiz Friday.

Literature--Read Chapter 19.

English--

Math-- (5) Complete practice worksheet on Ratios.  Quiz Friday on Ratios

            (6)

Science--Quiz on Chapter B1 Lessons 1-3.

Spelling--Write a sentence for each Lesson 25 word.  Quiz Friday.

Religion--

March 15, 2012

HISTORY & LITERATURE LINKS FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 16

from:Roberts, Kevin

to:All Students

LITERATURE: Read 5 of Percy Bysshe Shelley's poems:

http://poemhunter.com/percy-bysshe-shelley/poems/

 

HISTORY:

1. Statistical Overview of Imperialism: http://www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/intrel/pol116/colonies.htm

2. John Hobson, "On Imperialism," (1902): http://www.fordham.edu/Halsall/mod/1902hobson.asp

March 15, 2012

Chapter 20 Review

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Earth Science

Objectives
Review Major Concepts and Terms from Chapter 20

Homework
Complete Weather Lab to turn in by Tuesday, March 20

March 14, 2012

Agenda for Wednesday, March 14, 2012

from:Artigue, Scott

to:All Students

History--Check review questions; Read Chapter 28 Section 2 "The Holocaust" (pgs. 309-314).

Literature--Finish reading Chapter 18; answer questions for Chapter 18.

English--Complete keyword outline for 1st paragraph and rough draft of 1st paragraph.

Math-- (5) Complete pages 77-78 in textbook (Equivalent Ratios); Complete Exercises 37-38.

            (6) Complete page 57 in textbook (Volume); Complete Exerces 22

Science--Review questions and concepts for Lesson 3.  Complete End-of-Chapter assignment to turn in the next day.

Spelling--Complete Exercise C for Lesson 25.  Write a sentence for each word (due Friday)

Religion--

March 14, 2012

Continue lecture and discussion

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Wednesday, March, 14
Objective:
Anaylyze the origins of the Septuagint and the contents of the Dead Sea Scrolls 

Methods
1- Lecture on the Septuagint and Dead Sea Scrolls
2- Students will discuss and analyze opposing opinions, disect the arguements, and come to a reasonable and canonical conclusion; The basis for the discussion will be popular arguments against the authenticity of the Deuterocanonical books found in Sacred Scripture

3- Handout Study Guide

Homework
1- Complete study guide for next class

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