Test reviews are due:
7B March 1
7A March 2
Copies of review on previous post about test review.
We are nearing the end of our Algebra Unit.
Reviews due: Completing the review more than once is especially suggested for students struggling to master the concepts. Student MUST complete reviews.
7B March 1
7A March 2
7B March 2
7A March 3
Copies of review
2016 algebra test review answer key pdf
2016-fractions-test-review PC version
2016 Algebra test review pdf
Please complete the following online Morality activities and type a response to your thoughts on taking the tests. Remember, these online tests are only for interest purposes. Don’t worry if the response is not what you expected.
http://www.outofservice.com/morality/ morality questions along with personality type.
http://www.moralsensetest.com/ Uncomfortable questions involving difficult life and death decisions.
Write a 200-300 word response to your experience taking the online morality tests. Consider how you felt making the choices in the test. Were these things you had thought about before? Did some questions make you consider why you believe what you do? How did you compare to average responses of other people? Was this what you expected?
Lab Write Up DUE MONDAY March 22
SAMPLE lab write up
Compare (% difference) the “measured” v initial with the calculated v initial.
Show all calculations and discuss the reasons for the smaller (or in some cases) larger v initial.
Use dynamics, kinematics and projectiles to answer your hypothesis.
You may also use circular motion or energy to solve for v initial.
Lab report must be typed.
Lab Mark out of 20.
5 marks for apparatus
5 marks for lab report typed, neat and organised, complete with headings; hypothesis, etc.
5 marks for physics
5 marks for analysis of results
Congratulations to ??? on their bonus 2%
Unit 2: The Mole Concept
Percent Composition and Empirical/Molecular Formulas
Definition of a Mole
Molecules, Atoms and the Mole
Molar Mass & Moles
Molar Volume & Moles
Density & Mole Calculations
BIOLOGY 30S TERM ASSIGNMENT (10% of TERM MARK)
General topics: (You should pick a very specific topic within these general themes.)
Maintaining homeostasis in various conditions
Aging and the Body
Technology and wellness
The muscular-skeletal system
Cannot be overemphasized – it will be apparent to the reader whether or not the author was engaged by or excited about the subject matter.
Must be specific! It is essential to remain focused on the intent of the paper. This is to answer a question, and the entire paper should be geared to attain that goal.
It is almost impossible to achieve that goal if the topic chosen is a disease, illness, inherited condition, etc. In spite of good research, these are most likely to result in descriptions of causes, symptoms and treatments, and as such, are unacceptable for this assignment.
Debating the efficacy of a treatment might be a possibility, although […]
Two day midterm
8A: March 6, 8
8B: March 3, 8
Day 1: Integers, Decimals, Fractions
Day 2. Ratio and Rate, Percents, Algebra
Use the links below to access course resources
Info for topics
Meat production and the environment:
Effective sustainable messages
Some pro-environment messages, such as those that encourage people not to litter, try to get people to take action by emphasizing why people don’t participate in conservation efforts and how that inaction harms the environment. But such messages may provoke the opposite of what they intend, encouraging people to do precisely what advocates were trying to prevent, research shows. Psychologists’ applied research finds that a more effective message might be one that depicts that most people are doing the conservation behavior–which encourages others to do it, too.
However, these descriptive messages–highlighting pro-environmental behaviors that many people already do–are uncommon in environmental campaigns. Instead, most pro-environment communications rely on less-effective “save the environment” messages, awareness campaigns that alert people to the severity of the problem and general education messages that inform people how they can help, Schultz says.
8A due: March 9th
8B due: March 9th
The graphic organizer and the rubric MUST be submitted with the final typed copy.
Order of rough draft coloured sheets –
Introduction – Green
First Reason Paragraph – Blue
Second Reason Paragraph – Yellow
Third Reason Paragraph – Salmon
Conclusion – Purple
Expository-writing – Powerpoint
Expository Writing Example – Check it out!
Expository Writing Rubric
Topic Sentences & Thesis Sentences
Students are expected to be doing their research and writing during class time. If they require extra time, they are asked to work at home.
The Cardiovascular System:
Unit 4 Outline: The Cardiovascular System
12.1 The Blood Vessels
1. List the three main types of blood vessels, their structural features, and their major functions.
2. Identify the type of blood vessel in which exchange takes place. Explain what is being “exchanged” and why.
12.2 The Human Heart
1. Name the major components of the heart, including the four chambers and four valves.
2. Trace the path of blood through the heart and lungs.
3. Describe the intrinsic and extrinsic control of the heartbeat.
12.3 The Vascular Pathways
1. Construct a simple diagram showing the flow of blood from the heart through all major parts of the body.
2. Describe the factors that affect blood pressure in arteries, capillaries, and veins.
1. List the main types of cells in blood and their functions.
2. Identify the major molecular and cellular events that result in a blood clot.
3. Define capillary exchange, and describe the two major forces involved.
11. Klasse Deutsch 1. Semester 2017
Februarprojekt– Wähle eins – Fällig am 22.. Februar
A. Suche dir zwei deutsche Fernsehsendungen aus und kucke sie
Vortrag für die 11. Klasse mit Clips, Zusammenfassung und Empfehlungen
B. Suche dir zwei deutsche Musikvideos aus und finde den Text
Zeige die Videos der Klasse mit Texten. Übersetze den Text und mache Aufgaben für die Klasse für beide Musikvideos.
Fällig am 28. Februar
C. Drehe ein Video von 3 Minuten mit einem Partner über deutsche Stereotypen und editiere es – bringe es zur Klasse auf einem USB