AP CSP Week of Oct. 16-20, 2017

 

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK QUIZ/TEST/PROJECT ETC…
Mon. 10/16/17

Tues. 10/17/17

U2L4: Encoding Color Images A Little Bit about Pixels – Video (download)

Rubric – Personal Favicon Project – Rubric (PDF | DOCX)

Personal Favicon Project – Activity Guide (PDF | DOCX)

Hexadecimal Numbers (optional) – Activity Guide (PDF | DOCX)

Encoding Color Images – Activity Guide (PDF | DOCX)

Worksheet – Video Guide for “A Little Bit about Pixels” (optional) – Worksheet (PDF | DOCX)

Unit 2 on Code Studio

Wed. 10/18/17

Thurs. 10/19/17

U2L5: Lossy Compression and File Formats File Formats Rapid Research – Worksheet (PDF | DOCX)

Lossy Text Compression App – App Lab

Unit 2 on Code Studio

Text Compression – Video (lossy in second half)

Fri. 10/20/17 NO CLASS – Student Led Conferences
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Precalculus Week of Oct. 16-20, 2017

 

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK QUIZ/TEST/PROJECT ETC…
Mon. 10/16/17

Tues. 10/17/17

Wed. 10/18/17

Thurs. 10/19/17

1-7 Inverse Relations and Functions CLASSWORK:

Create video explaining why the first step for calculating an inverse function algebraically is to switch y an x in the original equation.

HOMEWORK:

P 70 #1-45 odd, p 73 #101-104

Study Guide and Intervention WS

IXL: Pre-Calculus A.13, A.16

1.7 Quiz on Monday 10/23
Fri. 10/20/17 NO CLASS – Student Led Conferences

 

Supplemental Information from Khan Academy:

Introduction to inverses of functions

Finding inverse functions

Verifying that functions are inverses

Determining whether a function is invertible

AP Literatura y Cultura del 16 al 20 de octubre

Lunes  introducción al Soneto”En tanto que de rosa y azucena” analizaremos los recursos empleados por los renacentistas. Se les entregará la tesis de don Quijote  la cual debe ser presentada el jueves 19.

Martes contestarán la guía de estudio, luego contestarán el cuestionario y la guía de estudio.

miércoles  18 examen del soneto XXIII de Garcilaso de la Vega. Introducción  el soneto CLXVI de Góngora.

jueves seguiremos con el soneto CLXVI de Luis de Góngora. Entrega del ensayo de don Quijote.

Viernes 20 son las conferencias de padres de familia.

Atentamente

Profesora Jazmín Avilez

Precalculus Week of Oct. 9-13, 2017

Supplemental Information from Khan Academy:

Introduction to inverses of functions

Finding inverse functions

Verifying that functions are inverses

Determining whether a function is invertible

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK QUIZ/TEST/PROJECT ETC…
Mon. 10/9/17 Lesson 1.5 to 1.6 1.5 to 1.6 Quiz

IXL Due

Tues. 10/10/17

Wed. 10/11/17

Thurs. 10/12/17

Fri. 10/13/17

1-7 Inverse Relations and Functions CLASSWORK:

Create video explaining why the first step for calculating an inverse function algebraically is to switch y an x in the original equation.

HOMEWORK:

P 70 #1-45 odd, p 73 #101-104

Study Guide and Intervention WS

IXL: Pre-Calculus A.13, A.16

1.7 Quiz on Monday 10/16

AP CSP Week of Oct. 9-13, 2017

 

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK QUIZ/TEST/PROJECT ETC…
Mon.

10/9/17

2.2 Text Compression Zip Practice Explore PT Due
Tues. 10/10/17

Wed. 10/11/17

Thurs. 10/12/17

2.3 Encoding B&W Images
Fri. 10/13/17 2.3 Encoding B&W Images

Extended Learning

  • Check out the “Color by Numbers” from CS Unplugged (csunplugged.org) which uses a different clever encoding scheme for B&W images.
  • Have students research raster graphics in anticipation of the subsequent lesson.
  • Attempting to communicate with possible intelligent life beyond our solar system has been a dream for humans and the goal of scientists for many years. Questions about messages to send, as well as how to send messages deep into space to unknown recipients have been debated. In 1974, scientists sent the Arecibo message to the star cluster M13 some 25,000 light years away. Read about the message they sent using 1,679 binary digits (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arecibo_message).
    • How would you change the content of the message? What would you delete and add? Why would your change be significant in a communication to other intelligent beings?
    • Sketch the segment of the design you would alter. Remember, you must retain the original number of bits.
    • List the details in this article that you understand more deeply because of what you have learned in this class up to this point.

AP Literatura y cultura del 9 al 13 de octubre

Lunes 2 presentación capítulos IV y V.

martes 3 presentación capítulos IX y  capítulo LXXIV.

En caso de no terminar las presentaciones el martes, continuaremos el miércoles.

TAREA para el miércoles cuestionario del Quijote y guías de estudio.

Jueves y viernes serán los exámenes de los capítulos I,II, III, IV, IX y LXXIV. 

Atte.

Profa. Jazmín Avilez

AP United States History – October 2 and 3 (Mr. Ian Stewart)

Before sending the students on a relaxing break, we will be having an assessment in class on Tuesday, October 3.

The assessment will cover the various causes of the American Revolution, specifically:

  • The theories of the Enlightenment
  • The relatively high rates of literacy in the American colonies and the development of a road system that connected the major colonial cities such as Boston, New York, and Philadelphia.
  • The French and Indian War both in terms of unifying the colonists against an enemy and creating massive debt for Great Britain that was going to have to be paid through collection of taxes.
  • The conflict between the colonies’ idea that they were entitled to certain amounts of self-governance and the British Parliament’s idea that the colonies should be “paying their fair share” of the debt from the French and Indian War.
  • The tensions created by a heavy British military presence in cities like Boston.
  • The Proclamation of 1763 as another example of uninvited parliamentary interference with the free movement of the American colonists.

An astute student will be able to weave these threads together to give a comprehensive discussion of the various causes of the American Revolution.