Physics / Nov. 12 – Nov. 16

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK
Mon. Nov. 12,

2018

6-3 Interaction Forces

Khan Academy Lesson (Newton’s Laws of Motion)

https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics/forces-newtons-laws/newtons-laws-of-motion/v/newton-s-1st-law-of-motion

HW: PP #20-21, pg. 141
Tues. Nov. 13

2018

6-3 Interaction Forces

Khan Academy Lesson (Newton’s Laws of Motion)

https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics/forces-newtons-laws/newtons-laws-of-motion/v/newton-s-1st-law-of-motion

No HW
Wed. Nov. 14,

2018

Chapter 6 Review Supplemental Problems
Thurs. Nov. 15,

2018

CHAPTER 6 QUIZ QUIZ
Fri. Nov. 16,

2018

NO CLASS

PM-SCHEDULE

NO CLASS
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Art Nov. 12-16

AP Studio Art

AP students are working on individual projects. Jose Manuel Ruiz is working on social political commentary. Santiago Zelaya is working on a Self- Portrait. Laura Salazar and Alma Martinez  will be preparing for the ABSH ART competition this Friday.

Precalculus Week of Nov. 12-16, 2018

Supplemental Information from Khan Academy:

Exponential growth & decay

Exponentials & logarithms

 

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK QUIZ/TEST/PROJECT ETC…
Mon. 11/12/18
Tues. 11/13/18
Wed. 11/14/18
Thurs. 11/15/18
3-4 Exponential and Logarithmic Equations CLASSWORK:

Guided Practice Problems #6-9
HOMEWORK:

p 197-99 #51-81 odd, #135-138 all
3-4 Graphing Calculator Activity: Solve Exponential and Log Inequalities
3-4 Enrichment: Depreciation
3-4 Study Guide and Intervention WS
IXL: Precalculus F.10, F.11, F.12

ASSESSMENT:

3.4 Quiz on Thurs 11/12

Fri. 11/16/18 NO CLASS

½ Day (PM)

British Literature / Communications – November 12th – 16th

British Literature. This week in British Literature, we will be continue reading the novel The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. Students will be working on a character analysis project and will be presenting their work in Thursday in class. Friday we will have an exam on chapters 5-7. *Reminder: Friday is a half day, PM schedule.

 ***On Tuesday, all students will be taking the English First (EF) exam which is an exam being administered nationwide as an effort to quantify the level of English speakers in Honduras. This exam is mandatory.

  • Students MUST bring headphones to school to take this exam.
  • Tuesday’s class will be held in the Information Center. Students may utilize their own computer to take the exam. Tablets will not function properly to take this exam. We have laptops available for those students who would like to borrow one.

Important Dates

Monday Homework: Chapter 6 with study guide questions

Tuesday: EF Exam in Information Center – begins 3rd period. No AP Art/Computer Science

Tuesday Homework: Chapter 7 with study guide questions

Wednesday: Finish mini-project

Thursday: Present Project

Friday: Test on Chapters 5-7

Friday Homework: Chapter 8 with study guide questions


Communications. This week in Communications we will begin our Journalism Portfolios. Each student will have an individual portfolio that will be developed over the Q2 and Q3. Students will also begin organizing a class project that will be developed for the school. We will review organization of portfolio and will complete initial practice assignments for the portfolio. Reminder: Friday is a half day, PM schedule. There is no class on Friday.

 ***On Tuesday, all students will be taking the English First (EF) exam which is an exam being administered nationwide as an effort to quantify the level of English speakers in Honduras. This exam is mandatory.

  • Students must bring headphones to school to take this exam.
  • Tuesday’s class will be held in the Information Center. Students may utilize their own computer to take the exam. Tablets will not function properly to take this exam. We have laptops available for those students who would like to borrow one.

Important Dates

Monday Homework: Writing Assignment

Tuesday: EF Exam in Information Center – begin 3rd period. No AP Human Geography

Wednesday Homework: Create Portfolio Folder and Portfolio Assignment #1

Thursday Homework: Portfolio Assignment #2

AP CSP Week of Nov. 12-16, 2018

 

DATE LESSON/ACTIVITY CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK QUIZ/TEST/PROJECT ETC…
Mon. 11/12/18 4.1.5 Identifying People with Data World’s Biggest Data Breaches Visualization – Web Site

Data Privacy Lab – Web Site

Activity Guide – Research Yourself – Activity Guide

Chapter 2 of Blown to Bits, which goes into some depth about issues and concerns with data and privacy. In particular, pages 32-35 are related to this lesson.

It takes a bit more reading but the Data Privacy Lab project out of Harvard has another fascinating (and scary) project called The Data Map

Tues. 11/13/18 NO CLASS – EF Exam with Mr. Pappas
Wed. 11/14/18
Thurs. 11/15/18
4.1.6 The Cost of Free Activity Guide – Privacy Policies – Activity Guide

The Future of Big Data – Video

WSJ article [original] – External Article

WSJ article [annotated] – Article

Cost of Free App

Reading

Blown to Bits – Chapter 2 – Naked in the Sunlight: Privacy Lost, Privacy Abandoned

Program or Be Programmed – Chapter 7: Social – Do Not Sell Your Friends

Fri

11/16/18

NO CLASS –  ½ DAY (PM)

Thesis (Redacción)

Lunes 12: Terminaremos de comentar los documentos de correspondencia.

miércoles 14: Tendrán tiempo para trabajar en el proyecto de los documentos de correspondencia. En clase se dará más detalles.

viernes 16: Trabajarán en el proyecto de redacción o en los planes de clase de TES.

Atte.

Profesora Jazmín Avilez

AP Literatura y cultura del 12 al 16 de noviembre

Lunes 12: Tarea preguntas del margen Acto I. Seguiremos con la lectura del Burlador de Sevilla acto II. Si no terminamos en clase deberán terminarla en casa.

martes 13: Tarea para el martes 13 preguntas del acto II. 

miércoles 14: Comentaremos las preguntas del acto II. Luego leeremos acto III.

Tarea para el jueves 15: preguntas del margen.

Jueves: comentaremos las preguntas. Trabajarán en las guías de estudio.

viernes 16: examen de los actos I, II y III. TAREA: cuestionario. 

Atte. 

Profesora Jazmín Avilez