Friday, February 9, 2018

Good Day to All my Students,

Feliz día de San Valentín!!!!

Students: 

It’s a short week… valentines day on he 14th and half a day on the 15th. Where are we going this week… well first we will review for our 4th six weeks test doing kahoot, 2)take the test on Tuesday and 3) jump into the  Wreck train of -ER VERBS and then we will make it to the end of the week!!!! Keep in mind that you must practice for your test this week… this will have all information explored this week such as: 1) verb gustar, 2) verb estar, 3) food, 4)verb encantar. SWIPING AWAY answers will not be tolerated for this test.  

Parents: 

Thank you very much for the support that you continue to give your son/daughter.

Tutoring: 

No tutoring this week due to short week.

Week Overview:

lunes: In class notes.

kahoot link:  https://kahoot.it/?_ga=2.201236654.1028237918.1518390557-1742272934.1507420603&deviceId=24cb38c6-829b-4fd4-9471-af20e23c44adR

TAREA: Ensure to study for your 4th six weeks test tomorrow.

******martes: TEST*******

TAREA: NONE

miércoles: -ER verbs 1) ppt  2) In class assignment

TAREA: NONE

jueves: HALF DAY–> ER VERBS – In class assignment

viernes: NO SCHOOL 

 

Monday: Heating and cooling curves.  Demo and 8.2.4

Tuesday: Lab 8.3.3

Wednesday: Check lab Practice Thermodynamics 8.2.5

Thursday: Early Dismissal

Friday: Term Break

 

Monday: Add and Subtract Radical Expressions Quiz 8.3.3

Tuesday: Rationalizing the Denominators   Quiz 8.4.3

Wednesday: Quiz on Radicals

Thursday: Early Dismissal

Friday: Term Break

 

Monday: Test Endocrine System – collect study guide

Tuesday: Begin Notes of Blood/ Plasma

Wednesday: Notes: Formed elements – rbc and wbc

Thursday: Early Dismissal

Friday: Term Break

 

Monday: Finish 4.2 notes Riemann Sums ,  p 268/25-39 odd

Tuesday: 4.2 Mid-point Sums   p 269/ 73, 75, 77, 79,

Wednesday:  Check HW

Thursday: Early Dismissal

Friday: Term Break

 

Trig 2/9

by Casey Cecil on February 9, 2018

Posted in: 10th Grade,11th Grade,12th Grade

Warm-up #1
Go over 9.1 Practice #1
homework- 9.1.1 Checkup WS due Monday

HONORS- COMIC STRIP DUE 2/14

Quadrilaterals Cut/Paste Activity

5th period: Finish compass lesson quizzes in class today
1. Classifying Quadrilaterals
2. Confirming a Quadrilateral is a parallelogram

Chapter 8 Test on Wednesday 2/14

ENG/LA – Week of 2-12

by Jordan Henry on February 9, 2018

Posted in: 7th Grade,8th Grade

Monday –
8th & 7th Grade – Large Group
1. Seating Chart

Rotations –
1. Novel Activity (“Son of the Mob” & “Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian”) Presentations with Henry
2. Passion Project
3. Compass Make-Up Work/Jet Test

Tuesday –
8th & 7th Grade – Large Group
1. Novel Reading

Rotations –
1. Novel Activity (“Son of the Mob” & “Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian”) Final Presentations with Henry
2. Passion Project
3. Compass Make-Up/Jet Test

Wednesday –
8th & 7th Grade – Large Group
1. Novel Reading

Rotations –
1. Passion Project
2. Compass Make-Up/Jet Test

Thursday –
1. Compass Make-Up/Jet Test

Bio-2

by Syed Shah on February 9, 2018

Posted in: 10th Grade,11th Grade

Week One and two (02/12/2018—-02/23/18)

Here is our agenda for the next two weeks. Students will learn the following during the month of  February.

Chapter-11

How genes are controlled:

At the end of the lesson students will be able to

Describe and compare the regulatory mechanisms of the lac operon, trp operon, and operons using activators.

Explain how selective gene expression yields a variety of cell types in multicellular eukaryotes.

Explain how DNA is packaged into chromosomes.

Explain how a cat’s tortoiseshell coat pattern is formed and why this pattern is only seen in female cats.

Explain how eukaryotic gene expression is controlled.

Describe the process and significance of alternative DNA splicing.

Explain how mRNA breakdown, initiation of translation, protein activation, and protein breakdown regulate gene expression.

Describe the significance of miRNA molecules

Describe the roles of homeotic genes in development.

Explain how scientists can monitor the expression of specific genes.

Explain how a signal transduction pathway triggers a specific response inside a target cell.

Compare the cell-signaling systems of yeast and animal cells.

Explain how plant cloning demonstrates the potential of differentiated cells.

Describe some of the practical applications of reproductive cloning and the process and goals of therapeutic cloning.

Explain how viruses, proto-oncogenes, and tumor-suppressor genes contribute to cancer.

Explain why the development of most cancers is a slow and gradual process.

Explain how faulty proteins can interfere with normal signal transduction pathways.

Describe factors that can increase or decrease the risks of developing cancer

Honors Bio-1

by Syed Shah on February 9, 2018

Posted in: 10th Grade,9th Grade

02/12/18—-02/23/2018
Biology Honors Sem 2
Structure of Genetic Material: Unit -2

At the end of the class, Students will be able to

Describe the structure of a DNA molecule.

Identify correct base pairing in DNA.

Explain the process of DNA replication.

Explain how viruses and bacteria transfer genetic information and cause infection.

 Home Work:

Please watch the lessons videos and take in detail notes at home.