Physics / Dec. 14 – Dec. 18

Monday, December 14, 2015

Semester Exams

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Semester Exams

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Semester Exams

Physics Semster Exam / 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

*All Review Homework Due

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Christmas Holiday!

No School

Friday, December 18, 2015

Christmas Holiday!

No School

Historia de las Culturas (12mo grado)

Semana del 7 al 11 de diciembre de 2015

El contenido a desarrollar esta semana será: Hechos importantes de las culturas

El trabajo que los alumnos harán será una presentación Prezi con los hechos más relevantes de las culturas del mundo.

También se necesitarán aprenderse la cuarta estrofa del H.N.N. de memoria para el viernes 11.

Deberán presentar el trabajo el día viernes 11 antes de las 8:00 a.m.

Statistics Dec. 7-11, 2015





Ch. 7 Scatter plots, Association, & Correlation



Ch 7 Problem Packet:1, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 14, 18, 20, 23


Ch 7 Student Notes




Ch. 7 Scatter plots, Association, & Correlation





Ch. 7 Scatter plots, Association, & Correlation


Ch 7 Homework and Study Notes DUE TEST


Review Ch 2-7    


Review Ch 2-7   Notebook Due on Monday

Writing Workshop Dec 7-11

As stated in class, Ms. Emilia and Ms. Cara will be grading two of the three persuasive essays (or college essays) to grade from the past month. Since there is no exam for this class, your grades are due this week. That being said, we will not have time to grade all of these essays before then, so the first grade of the next semester will be these two essays. This week, we will be conferencing on your writing and discuss the progress you have made in this course, as well as the goals we need to set individually for next semester.

On Monday, our theme for discussion will be acts of terror and mass shootings. I understand this is not the most enjoyable of topics, but given the current global conditions, it is an issue that must be discussed.

Obama Speaks About Mass Shootings

Bullet Proof Blankets for Kids

Mass Shootings in the United States

APUSH December 7-11

You have learned a lot this year, and even though there is not a final exam for this course, you will still need to review all of the material you have learned this year. On Monday, I want you to use the resource Slavery and the Making of America and I would like for you to explore this website.

On Tuesday, we will review your Jacksonian Democracy packets that were due on Monday. We will review this material by creating a Brain Dump poster of this entire era. You will also create a giant Venn Diagram comparing Jackson and Jefferson as a review. Be prepared for this on Tuesday by doing research on Monday night.

On Tuesday night for homework, please look at the APUSH essay prompt and sample essays- Jackson Democratic Party vs The Whig Party and be prepared to discuss on Wednesday.

Wednesday-Friday we will review the material from the beginning of the year. I expect you to have your notebooks, documents with vocabulary, textbooks, and any other resources used in this class.


After the break, we will begin the causes and effects of the American Civil War. There are several films that depict this era and I would like for you to watch as many as you can over the break. I understand that many of you are traveling and spending time with your families. One of the films are required, but I encourage you to watch more to truly understand the impact of this era in American History. On the day you return from the break, you will have an assignment related to this film. Many of these films are on Netflix, or you could rent them from Amazon or any other sources:

12 Years a Slave 


The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn




Week of Dec. 7: AP Literature



First part of class: Work on Google Slides (See last week’s post for link and full instructions).Presentation of mini-projects (if needed presenters) Due Today

Begin reading-Capote short story: A Christmas Memory

Find definitions and write a sentence with each one from the story. Share in a Google Doc, due Tuesday if not completed during class time: craggy, inaugurate, exhilarate, squander, conspiracy, prosaic, garish, goad, noncommittal, cavort, stereopticon,  biddy chickens

Discuss Background on Great Depression and Capote: 

TUESDAY: Work on Assignment first part of class

Continue reading A Christmas Memory and guided discussionHomework: Continue studying for Vocabtest

WEDNESDAY: Work on Assignment first part of class; Exam review and study guide Homework: study for Vocabtest Friday and exams

THURSDAY: Work on Assignment first part of class; Exam review and study guide Homework: Study for Vocabtest on Friday and exams

FRIDAY: Take test for and share test result with; Vocabtest Google Slides due; Exam review and study guide

Week of Dec. 7: World Literature



MONDAY: Creative mini-project due (presentations given today if needed)

Work on Assignment first part of class;

Background on Dickens:

Origins on A Christmas Carol:

Read Abridged version of A Christmas Carol Dickens(in-class reading)

A Christmas Carol link:

CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK: Answer questions below due on Wed. in Google Docs. Answer in complete sentences for full credit. Use examples from the text to support your answers. Answers should be at least a paragraph to receive full credit.

1.       Why do you think that A Christmas Carol became a holiday classic, and why has its message endured and became such a part of English-speaking culture? What do you think was the purpose of writing this story?

2.       How would you characterize Bob Cratchit’s attitude toward Scrooge? Scrooge’s attitude toward Cratchit?

3.       Why does Scrooge say that Fred should not be happy? What does this reveal about Scrooge’s priorities?

4.       What is the significance or symbolism of the fact that bells announce Marley’s ghost?

5.       How is Scrooge affected by seeing the Cratchit family? Explain.

6.       How does Scrooge feel about the spirit of Christmas yet to come? Explain.

7.Is Scrooge’s transformation believable? Explain why or why not.

TUESDAY: first part of class; Continue reading in-class A Christmas Carol

HOMEWORK/CLASSWORK: Continue working on Christmas Carol questions and Vocabtest Assignment (see last week’s blog for link and instructions)

WEDNESDAY: first part of class; Exam review and study guide; Novel study guides are due

HOMEWORK: Continue working on assignment due Friday and test

THURSDAY: first part of class; Exam review and study guide HOMEWORK: Continue working on assignment due Friday and test

FRIDAY: assignment due; test first part of class—email result to to receive credit ; Exam review and study guide

HOMEWORK: Study for exams next week

Español semana 9 del 7 al 11 de noviembre

Lunes 7 examen de “A Rooselvet” introducción José Martí con la lectura “Nuestra patria” para leer este ensayo se le asignará diferentes párrafos para analizarlos.

Martes 8 explicación de los párrafos, trabajarán en la guía de estudio y les quedará de tarea el cuestionario.

Miércoles 9  examen de vocabulario y comprensión, se les entregará la tesis ensayo para presentarla el jueves.

Después del examen empezaremos a repasar para el examen semestral.

Jueves y viernes será el repaso.

En la clase de tesis el examen de acentuación será el martes 8.


Profa. Jazmín Avilez  bastones


Physics / Dec. 07 – Dec. 11

Monday, November 07, 2015

Semester Exam Review – Vectors

HW: Review problems assigned in class

Tuesday, November 08, 2015

Semester Exam Review – Vectors

HW: Review problems assigned in class

Wednesday, November 09, 2015

Semester Exam Review – Vectors

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Forces 4

Forces 5

Forces 6

HW: Review problems assigned in class

Thursday, November 10, 2015

Semester Exam Review – Forces

HW: Review problems assigned in class

Friday, November 11, 2015

Semester Exam Review – Forces

HW: Review problems assigned in class