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April 16, 2012

Lesson 4.3 Equation of a Straight Line

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 1

Monday April, 16
Lesson 4.3
Objectives:

1- Review Quiz 

2- Introduce 4.3: Equation of a Straight Line

3- Work Example #7 and #8 p.76

Homework:
1- Work 4.3 #1 (all)

April 16, 2012

Lesson 3.3 Quadratic Equations

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Monday April, 16
Lesson 3.3
Objectives:

1- Review Quiz on 3.1 and 3.2

2- Begin 3.3 Quadratic Equations

3-  Work Example p.58

Homework:
1- Work 3.3 (#1-20)

April 15, 2012

Civics Lessons: Monday, April 15 to Tuesday, May 1

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Civics & Free Enterp

Monday, April 16

  • Opening writing activity: Plans for the future
  • Return economics vocabulary quiz
  • Return stock market sheets
  • Discuss problems/successes with tracking details
  • Provide midway profit update
  • Begin Personal Finance Discussion
  • Elements of personal finance
  • Homework: Discuss other finance questions with your family
  • Also bring calculators to the next class

Wednesday, April 18

  • Opening writing activity
  • Begin filling out personal finance worksheet
  • Mortgage discussion
  • Enter mortgage rate, payments on worksheet

Monday, April 23

  • Opening writing activity
  • Credit discussion
  • Simulate credit card dilemma
  • Compare/contrast with other forms of borrowing
  • Final independent work on budgeting
  • Worksheet due at the end of class
  • Homework: Read and keyword outline Chapter 20 Section 3: How Governments Spend Their Money OR Read and keyword outline Chapter 21, Section 2: Saving, Borrowing, Buying on Credit (to be determined in class, based on discussion)

Wednesday, April 25

  • Opening writing activity
  • Overview of the budget process
  • Compare/contrast personal and national budget process
  • Assign individual departments to research
  • Hand out worksheet to complete
  • Homework: research individual department to be discussed in class

Friday, April 27

  • Begin presentations on government department funding
  • Should take all class

Monday, April 30

  • Finish presentations on government department funding
  • Worksheet should be complete by the end of class
  • Reflection writing assignment: How would you redesign the federal budget?
  • Work in groups of 4-5 to create agreed upon budget

April 15, 2012

LATIN III 4/16—4/20

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Latin III

LATIN III   4/16—4/20
MONDAY: Grammar: Participles and Ablative of Circumstance, Ex. 4 practicing participles, Reading Capitulum Quartum Deciumum, begin Pensum A, HOMEWORK: Finish Reading chapter and Pensum A.
 

WENDESDAY: Warm-up: Ex. 7 (practicing participles), Grammar: Personal pronouns and ‘se habere,’ Pensum B and C, HOMEWORK: Study for Quiz: both grammar, content, and vocabulary.
 

FRIDAY: Quiz: Capitulum Quartum Decimum
 

April 15, 2012

MORAL THEOLOGY 4/16—4/20

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Theology III

MORAL THEOLOGY 4/16—4/20
MONDAY: Lecture: An Introduction to the Cardinal Virtue of Justice, Reading Veritatis Splendor and reflection. HOMEWORK: Print chapter 2 of John Paul II’s Veritatis Splendor (student should copy and paste ONLY chapter 2 on word document): http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_paul_ii/encyclicals/documents/hf_jp-ii_enc_06081993_veritatis-splendor_en.html

WEDNESDAY: Lecture: Justice and the Fifth Commandment, Reading and Reflection on Veritatis Splendor, HOMEWORK: Applying the Just War Doctrine to the WWII atomic bombings--1 page typed (you may defend or oppose)
 

FRIDAY: LECTURE: Justice: Just War, HOMEWORK: Study for quiz
 

April 14, 2012

Pre-Algebra

from:Richard, Barrett

to:Math-7

Monday: Lecture on Lesson  (Algebraic Word Problems).  Begin working exercise  in class (numbers 1 - 8)

Homework:  Finish Classwork

 

Wednesday:  Go over homework problems.  Work numbers 9 - 15.

Homework:  Finish classwork

 

Friday: Short quiz on word problems.  Go over homework.

April 14, 2012

Algebra 1

from:Richard, Barrett

to:Algebra I

Monday:  Lecture on exercise 6.5 (solving word problems utilizing simultaneous linear equations).  Begin working exercise 6.5 (numbers 1 - 5).

Homework:  Finish Classwork

 

Wednesday:  Go over homework.  Begin working numbers 6 - 10 from exercise 6.5 in class.

Homework:  Finish classwork.

Friday:  Quiz on word problems untilizing simultaneous linear equations.

 

 

April 12, 2012

Ancient History Lessons: Monday, April 15 to Tuesday, May 1

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Ancient History

Monday, April 16

  • Opening writing exercise
  • Review activity to catch up to content from weeks before break
  • Homework for Wednesday, April 18: read and keyword outline chapter 77
  • Can begin keyword outline if done with in class activity early

Wednesday, April 18

  • Opening writing exercise
  • Discuss chapter 77: The Problems of Prosperity
  • Homework for Monday, April 23: read and keyword outline chapter 78

Monday, April 23

  • Opening writing exercise
  • Discuss chapter 78: New Men
  • Homework for Wednesday, April 25: read and keyword outline chapter 79

Wednesday, April 25

  • Opening writing exercise
  • Discuss chapter 79: Empire (The Roman Empire, Parthia and Egypt)
  • Homework for Friday, April 27: read and keyword outline chapter 81

Friday, April 27

  • Opening writing exercise
  • Discuss chapter 81: The Problem of Succession
  • Homework for Monday, April 30: read and keyword outline chapter 82

Monday, April 30

  • Opening writing prompt
  • Discuss chapter 82: The Edges of the Roman World
  • Distribute study sheet for “Identity” Unit test on Wednesday, May 9
  • Homework for Wednesday, May 2: read and keyword outline chapter 85

April 12, 2012

Debate Lessons: Monday, April 15 to Tuesday, May 1

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Debate

Tuesday, April 17

  • Students should continue to follow their individualized assignment sheets to determine their responsibilities for the week
  • Students who did not compete at State will be editing a Value Book section from a peer
  • Students who competed at State will be working on CNFL responsibilities: critiquing/performing a DP or submitting two LD briefs
  • All students will be reading their Congressional packet of information and writing a summary paragraph

Thursday, April 19

  • All students participate in a discussion regarding the CNFL debate topic
  • Resolved: The United States ought not to intervene in the political processes of other sovereign nations.

Friday, April 20

  • Due: Value Book edits, DP critiques, LD briefs and Congressional paragraph
  • Edits to be handed back next week for final revisions

Tuesday, April 24

  • Students should continue to follow their individualized assignment sheets to determine their responsibilities for the week
  • CNFL LD Competitor: Rough draft of aff and neg cases due
  • Redistribute Value Book edits to original authors
  • Discuss overall themes for revision before the final submission on Friday, May 4
  • Give out legislation to be researched for Congress session

Thursday, April 26

  • Last week to submit Value Book assignments for last review or suggestions before the final submission date
  • Complete a practice Congress speech for a peer
  • Make sure the critique paper is submitted for credit to both speaker and the person critiquing
  • Critiquing student should also ask questions to be answered by the speaker
  • Due: Outlines for ½ the Congressional legislation

Tuesday, May 1

  • Final week to prepare for Value Book assignments
  • Review rubric distributed before Easter Break before final submissions

April 12, 2012

Logic Lessons: Monday, April 15 to Tuesday, May 1

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Logic & Rhetoric

Tuesday, April 17

  • Weekly quote for memorization: “Man is by nature a political animal.” –Aristotle
  • Political speech refresher discussion
  • Review rubric guidelines
  • Revisit topic areas to be debated
  • Provide overview of speaking format and styles (written and impromptu)
  • Complete worksheet regarding political platform
  • Due at the end of the class

Thursday, April 19

  • Distribute worksheet information
  • Review guidelines for asking questions of candidates
  • Work on questions for each candidate – ½ due at the end of class, other ½ homework
  • Practice answering questions with limited preparation time
  • Homework: finish remaining questions

Friday, April 20

  • Memorization quiz
  • Speaking practice drills
  • Focus on impromptu style speaking and questioning
  • Due: Final questions for political panels

Tuesday, April 24

  • Weekly quote for memorization: “People generally quarrel because they cannot argue.” – GK Chesterton”
  • Begin political debate panel 1: Improving JPG
  • Speakers provide opening statements
  • Audience members ask questions to two speakers
  • Speakers provide closing statements
  • Class votes on favorite candidate/argumentation from the panel

Thursday, April 26

  • Weekly quote memorization quiz
  • Begin political debate panel 2: Improving Lafayette
  • Speakers provide opening statements
  • Audience members ask questions to two speakers
  • Speakers provide closing statements
  • Class votes on favorite candidate/argumentation from the panel

April 05, 2012

Agenda for Thursday, April 5, 2012

from:Artigue, Scott

to:All Students

History--Review

Literature--

English--

Math--(5)  Complete pages 93-96 in textbook. (Review)

           (6)  Quiz on Angles.

Science--Quiz on Chapter B2.

Spelling--Quiz on Lesson 29 words.

April 04, 2012

Agenda for Wednesday, April 4, 2012

from:Artigue, Scott

to:All Students

History--Quiz on Chapter 30 Sec. 2 (Israel)

Literature--Study and review for Quiz Thursday on "The Bronze Bow."

English--

Math--(5)  Complete pages 90-92 in the textbook. (Review)

           (6)  Review Homework. Complete review sheet.  Quiz Thursday on Angles.

Science--Check review section.  Study for quiz Thursday.

Spelling--Quiz Thursday on Lesson 29.  Sentences due Thursday.

April 04, 2012

Quiz on chapter 16

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Wednesday, April 4
Chapter 16
Objectives:

1- Quiz on chapter 16

2-  Method of Loci and the 46 books of the Old Testament

3- Discuss the Gospel reading (Jn 20:1-9) for Easter Sunday

Home Work:

Enjoy your Easter break! 

April 04, 2012

Quiz on 4.1 and 4.2

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 1

Wednesday, April, 4
Lesson 4.3
Objectives:

1-Quiz on 4.1 and 4.2

Homework:

Enjoy your Easter break!

April 04, 2012

Quiz on 3.1 and 3.2

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Wednesday, April, 4
Lesson 3.1 and 3.2
Objectives:

1- Quiz on 3.1 and 3.2

Homework:
Enjoy your Easter break!

April 03, 2012

Agenda for Tuesday, April 3, 2012

from:Artigue, Scott

to:All Students

History--Review session for Chapter 30 Sec. 2.  Quiz Wednesday on Israel.

Literature--Complete worksheet on Chapters 22-24.  Begin studying for quiz Thursday on the book.

English--

Math--(5)  Quiz on Angles.

           (6)  Review Exercise 25.  Complete pages 66-67 in textbook (Review on angles)

Science--Review Chapter B2 Lesson 3.  Complete review section pages B64-B65.  Quiz Thursday.

Spelling--Complete Exercises B & C.  Quiz on Lesson 29 Thursday.  Sentences due Thursday.

April 03, 2012

Lesson 22.1: Early Astronomy (1)

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Earth Science

Objectives

  1. Compare and contrast geocentric and heliocentric models of the solar system.
  2. Discuss the accomplishments of early astronomers.

Homework

  1. Critically read and key word outline pp. 617-621.
  2. Answer Section Assessment.
  3. Identify the following important people from the lesson:
  • Aristotle
  • Eratosthenes
  • Hipparchus
  • Ptolemy
  • Copernicus
  • Brahe
  • Kepler
  • Galileo
  • Newton 

April 03, 2012

Lesson 36-1: The Skeletal System (2)

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Biology 2

Objectives

Identify the major structure and functions of the skeletal system.

Homework

  1. Complete worksheet for Section 36-1.
  2. Read and outline research article. 
  3. Come prepared to discuss (and/or be quized) on the article. 

April 02, 2012

Agenda for Monday, April 2, 2012

from:Artigue, Scott

to:All Students

History--Check review questions for Chapter 30 Sec. 2.  Map Activity.

Literature--Finish reading the last chapter of "Bronze Bow"

English--

Math--(5)  Complete review sheet.  Quiz Tuesday on Angles.

           (6)  Textbook pages 64-65. Complete Exercise 25 in workbook.

Science--Review Chapter B2 Lessons 1-2. Read Lesson 3 and answer the questions.

Spelling--Write Lesson 29 Words 10 times each.  Complete Exercise A.

April 02, 2012

Lesson Plans: 4/2---4/6

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Theology II

CHURCH HISTORY
 

TUESDAY: Present and Discuss papers (Council of Trent Documents); Lecture: Catholic Reformation: Part II; HOMEWORK: Study for Quiz which will be Thursday
 

THURSDAY: Quiz on Catholic Reformation
 

April 02, 2012

Lesson Plans: 4/2--4/6

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Latin I

LATIN I
 

TUESDAY: Review Pensum A,B, and C; Reading and translating Colloquium Decimum; HOMEWORK: Study for Test on Capitulum Decimum.
 

THURSDAY: Test: Capitulum Decimum
 

April 02, 2012

Lesson Plans April 2--April 6

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Latin II

April 2—April 6 2012
LATIN II

TUESDAY: ORIGINAL CLASS: Review Pensum A,B, and C; Reading and translating Colloquium Decimum; HOMEWORK: Study for Test on Capitulum Decimum. ADVANCED CLASS: Return and review pensums for Capitulum Duodecimum; Complete Study Guide; HOMEWORK: Study for test Capitulum Duodecimum
 

THURSDAY: Both classes will have Test
 

April 02, 2012

Lesson Plans: April 2--April 6

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Latin III

LATIN III
 

MONDAY: Review Pensum A,B, and C; Complete Study Guide; HOMEWORK: Finish Study Guide and study for test Capitulum Tertium Decimum.
 

WEDNESDAY: Test: Capitulum Tertium Decimum
 

April 02, 2012

Lesson Plans: 4/2--4/6

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Theology III

Moral Theology
 

MONDAY: Lecture: Critique of Utilitarianism; Reflection: Veritatis Splendor; HOMEWORK: Instead of a test on Wednesday students will turn in 2 essays on Wednesday. Details about the essays will be given in class on Monday. The topics will be from the notes on the virtue of prudence and the failures of utilitarianism.
 

WEDNESDAY: Presenting essays to the class; Reflection: Veritatis Splendor—finishing chapter 1 of JPII’s encyclical
 

April 02, 2012

Lesson Plans April 2--April 6

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Latin IV

LATIN IV
 

MONDAY: Reading Capitulum Tricesimum Tertium; Homework: Translate Grammatica Latina
 

WEDNESDAY: Pensum A,B, and C; HOMEWORK: Finish Pensum A,B, and C and Read lesson 1 of next chapter
 

April 02, 2012

Chapter 16 continued

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Monday, April 2
Chapter 16
Objectives:

1- Quiz on the first 33 books of OT and their corresponding images 

2- Work on study guide for quiz on Wednesday

Home Work:

1- Study for quiz on chapter 16

2- Read the Gospel for Easter Sunday (handout will be provided) 

April 02, 2012

Lesson 4.2 Continued

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 1

Monday, April, 2
Lesson Review
Objectives:

1- Continue 4.2 Gradient of a Straight Line

2- Review homework and work #5 in class

3- Review 4.1 and 4.2 for quiz on Wednesday, April 4th 

Homework:

Study 4.1 and 4.2 for quiz on Wednesday, April 4th

April 02, 2012

Review for quiz on 3.1 and 3.2

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Monday, April, 2
Lesson 3.2
Objectives:

1- Review Homework

2- Review for quiz on Wednesday, April, 4

Homework:

1- Study for quiz 3.1 and 3.2

March 31, 2012

Algebra 1

from:Richard, Barrett

to:All Students

Monday:  Go over practice test on solving simultaneous linear equations.

Homework: Study!!!!!!!

Wednesday:  Test

March 31, 2012

Pre-Algebra

from:Richard, Barrett

to:All Students

Monday:  Go over practice test on the properties on triangles and polygons.

Homework: Study

Wednesday:  Test

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