Financial Math Feb. 1-5, 2016

(Dates are subject to change due to student pacing)

DATE TOPIC HOMEWORK QUIZ OR TESTS

PROJECTS OR LABS

Mon

2/1/16

2.3 Graduated State Income Tax

2.3 Graduate State Income Tax

 

CLASSWORK:

Reading Question

Concept Check

 

HOMEWORK:

2.3    Student Activity WS

List 5 new states and their income tax rates

 

DUE:

Ch 2 Internet Research Project : A taxing Situation

Tues

2/2/16

2.4 Social Security and Medicare Taxes

2.4 Social Security and Medicare

CLASSWORK:

Reading Question

Concept Check

 

HOMEWORK:

2.4 Student Activity Worksheet

Wed

2/3/16

2.5 Group Health Insurance

2.5 Group Health Insurance

CLASSWORK:

Reading Question

Concept Check

 

HOMEWORK:

2.5 Student Activity Worksheet

Thurs

2/4/16

2.6 Statement of Earnings

2.6 Statement of earnings

 

CLASSWORK:

Reading Question

Concept Check

 

HOMEWORK:

2.6 Student Activity Worksheet

Fri

2/5/16

Midterm

Spreadsheet Activity: Gross Income & Net Income

Ch 1-2 SpreadsSheet Activity XXX

HOMEWORK:

Notebook DUE

Tech Lab:

Ch 1 & 2 Spreadsheet Activity

 

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Physics / Jan. 25 – Jan. 29

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK
Mon. Jan 25,

2016

7-3 Circular Motion

PP #14-16, pg. 166

 

Khan Academy Video Tutor (Circular Motion):

https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics/two-dimensional-motion/centripetal-acceleration-tutoria/v/race-cars-with-constant-speed-around-curve

Calculate centripetal acceleration

 

HW:

·         Practice Problems assigned in class.

Tues. Jan 26,

2016

7-3 Circular Motion

PP #14-16, pg. 166

 

Khan Academy Video Tutor (Circular Motion):

https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics/two-dimensional-motion/centripetal-acceleration-tutoria/v/race-cars-with-constant-speed-around-curve

Calculate centripetal acceleration

 

HW:

·         Practice Problems assigned in class.

Wed. Jan 27,

2016

Lesson 7-3 Review Supplemental Problems (assigned in class)
Thurs. Jan 28,

2016

7-2 Circular Motion QUIZ QUIZ
Fri. Jan 29,

2016

BOOT CAMP

NO CLASS

NO CLASS

AP Literature: Jan. 25 to 29

whereareyougoing

MONDAY: *Meet in classroom first, then go to Info Center

  1. Begin new set of Vocabtest.com words; *Starting this week, do not create slides. Write 20-22 original sentences with your words OR write a short story with the 20-22 words. Share in a Google Doc.

Vocabtest Test: Thursday Jan. 28; Sentences or short story due Thursday

2. Create a Google Doc and share msemilia.discoveryschool@gmail.com. Complete the questions below for “Where are you going, Where have you been” , work independently and complete questions by the end of class. Include the questions in your document and respond in complete sentences.

  1. Characterize Connie. Why is she the way she is?
  2. Characterize Arnold. Why is he the way he is?
  3. Characterize Ellie Oscar, June, the mother, and the father. How do they function in the story?
  4. List the other minor characters. What is their function?
  5. Document the irony and show its significance to the meaning/tone.
  6. What is Oates’s tone toward Connie?

Homework: study Vocabtest words for Thursday; work on essay for Where are you going, Where have you been? due on Wednesday

TUESDAY: Work on Vocabtest short story or sentences; discuss Joyce Carol Oates, Where are you going, Where have you been Homework: Complete essay for Where are you going, Where have you been due on Wednesday; watch student sample trailer

*Essay deadline has been moved to Thursday. 

WEDNESDAY: Continue discussion of Where are going, Where have you been? “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue” Bob Dylan

THURSDAY: discussion of Where are you Going, Where have you been?

FRIDAY: Boot camp; Work on essay due on Wednesday Feb. 3

World Literature: Jan 25-29

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MONDAY:

First part of class (10-15 mins): work on Vocabtest sentences or short story

You will create a Google Doc to write 20-22 original sentences or a short story using your choice of words from Vocabtest.com

Second part of class: work on rap due on Tuesday; See instructions below:

Due on Tuesday Jan. 27: We will work on it Jan 22  and Monday, Jan 25.

It will count as 2 classwork grades at 20 points each.

Rap lyrics are due on Google Docs

You may perform live or recorded. Create a video or sound clip.

Create a rap about the chapters Life of the Mississippi (You are reading chapters 8 and 9)

Your rap must be between 3-5 min long

You must have 3 pieces of information that relate to the Civil War

Must have 2 facts that relate to life on the Mississippi

Must have evidence of alliteration, metaphor, simile, and rhyme

All group members must participate in some way.

You can receive 5 points extra if you sync your lyrics with the David Banner song

Group 1: Nikolas, Eduardo, Diego, Santiago

Group 2: Sara, Pamela, Jose

Group 3: Anabella, Adriana

Group 4: Luis Fer, Megan, Sonia, Piche

Group 5: Bessy, Donato, Juan Sebastian, Nicolle R.

Group 6: Nohel, Nicolle H.

Homework for Tuesday:

Work on rap presentation for Tuesday. Be ready to present.

Read Ch. 8 Life on the MS; Ch. 9 Life on the MS

*Vocabtest Test moved to Thursday due to Boot Camp on Friday

 

TUESDAY:

Work on Vocabtest sentences or short story; present rap lyrics

Discuss Life on the Mississippi Chapter 8 & Ch. 9

Homework: Study for vocabtest words on Thursday

WEDNESDAY:

Perception vs Reality in Gender Identity: TedTalk with discussion questions

Exit slip: submit questions from TedTalk by end of class

Homework: Study for vocabtest words on Thursday

 

THURSDAY:

Meet in Computer Lab: Test for Vocabtest unit today; Sentences or short story is due through Google Docs today

Read “Boys and Girls” Alice Munro answer questions and submit in Google Doc by end of class

Homework: Finish questions from “Boys and Girls” if didn’t finish in class, submit before Friday

FRIDAY: Boot Camp

AP Literatura y cultura del 25 al 29 de enero


Seguiremos con la lectura del famoso autor Federico García Lorca, La casa de Bernarda Alba.


Lunes 25 tendrán examen del acto I, luego seguiremos leyendo el acto II de “Bernarda Alba” se les entregará la guía de estudio.


Martes 26 tendrán el examen de vocabulario y de comprensión del acto II. Seguidamente leerán el acto III. Miércoles tendrán examen del acto III. Seguidamente contestarán la guía de estudio y se les entregará  la tesis de ensayo.

 Tarea para el jueves 28: Deberán contestar el cuestionario. Se les entregará la tesis de ensayo la cual deberá ser entregada el lunes 1 de febrero.

Jueves 28: Introducción al Romancero gitano de Federico García Lorca.

romancero


Atentamente

Profa. Jazmín Avilez 

Financial Math Jan. 25-29, 2016

(Dates are subject to change due to student pacing)

DATE TOPIC HOMEWORK QUIZ OR TESTS

PROJECTS OR LABS

Mon

1/25/16

2.1 Federal Income Tax

2.1 Federal Income Tax

Online Readiness Quizzes
Mathematics Online
Graphic Organizers
Real-World Careers
Business Math in Action
Visual Summaries
Interactive Games
e-Flashcards
Practice Tests
ISummaries/IQuizzes

CLASSWORK:

Reading Question

Concept Check

 

HOMEWORK:

2.1    Student Activity WS

 

Tues

1/26/16

2.2 State Income Tax

2.2 State Income Tax

CLASSWORK:

Reading Question

Concept Check

 

HOMEWORK:

2.2    Student Activity WS

Wed

1/27/16

2.3 Graduated State Income Tax CLASSWORK:

Reading Question

Concept Check

 

HOMEWORK:

2.3    Student Activity WS

Thurs

1/28/16

2.4 Social Security and Medicare Taxes CLASSWORK:

Reading Question

Concept Check

 

HOMEWORK:

2.4 Student Activity Worksheet

Fri

1/29/16

Bootcamp Field Trip – No class

 

 

 

 

Physics / Jan. 18 – Jan. 22

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY HOMEWORK
Mon. Jan 18,

2016

Martin Luther King Day

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL
Tues. Jan 19,

2016

7-2 Projectile Motion QUIZ ·         QUIZ
Wed. Jan 20,

2016

7-3 Circular Motion

PP #14-16, pg. 166

 

Khan Academy Video Tutor (Circular Motion):

https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics/two-dimensional-motion/centripetal-acceleration-tutoria/v/race-cars-with-constant-speed-around-curve

Calculate centripetal acceleration

 

HW:

·         Practice Problems assigned in class.

Thurs. Jan 21,

2016

7-3 Circular Motion

PP #14-16, pg. 166

 

Khan Academy Video Tutor (Circular Motion):

https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics/two-dimensional-motion/centripetal-acceleration-tutoria/v/race-cars-with-constant-speed-around-curve

Calculate centripetal acceleration

 

HW:

·         Practice Problems assigned in class.

Fri. Jan 22,

2016

7-3 Circular Motion

PP #14-16, pg. 166

 

Khan Academy Video Tutor (Circular Motion): 

https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics/two-dimensional-motion/centripetal-acceleration-tutoria/v/race-cars-with-constant-speed-around-curve

Calculate centripetal acceleration

 

HW:

·         Practice Problems assigned in class.

AP Literature: Week of Jan. 19 to 22

Kate_Chopin.jpg

 

TUESDAY: Begin new set of vocabulary and slides for Vocabtest.com; Discuss “Story of an Hour” Kate Chopin

Homework: Work on Essay due on Thursday (date moved due to short week) in Google Docs; study vocabulary words

WEDNESDAY: Vocabtest.com slides; Story of an Hour

Homework: Essay for Story of an Hour due Thursday before class in Google Docs ; study vocabulary words; Read “A Pair of Silk Stockings” Chopin for Thurs

THURSDAY: Vocabtest.com; complete Story of an Hour discussion; discuss “A Pair of Silk Stockings” by Kate Chopin

Homework: finish slides and study vocabulary words

FRIDAY: Vocabtest.com slides and test today; do not do “learning definitions” test; discuss A Pair of Silk Stockings, Chopin

Homework for Monday Jan. 25: Read “Where are you going Where have you been” and work on essay