Distance Learning Packet

4/28/2020

 

ATTENTION SENIORS: 

 If you borrowed a graphing calculator from Mrs. King, please return it to the school during school hours by May 12th

 

ATTENTION SPANISH 1 STUDENTS:  Week 7 Activity 6 has been updated as of 5/6/2020.

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BELOW IS YOUR STUDENT PACKET FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS.  PAPER COPIES MAY BE PICKED UP IF NEEDED.  DO THE WORK FOR THE CLASSES THAT YOU TAKE.  IF POSSIBLE, EMAIL YOUR WORK TO YOUR TEACHER AS SOON AS IT IS COMPLETED.  YOU MAY TAKE A PICTURE ON YOUR PHONE AND EMAIL IT TO YOUR TEACHER, AS WELL. 

 

IF THIS ISN’T POSSIBLE, YOU MAY BRING YOUR WORK TO THE GYM APRIL 29th FROM 8AM to 3PM.   PLACE EACH ASSIGNMENT IN YOUR TEACHER'S BOX. MAKE SURE YOUR NAME, TEACHER'S NAME and CLASS IS ON EACH ASSIGNMENT.  (ATTACH MULTIPLE PAPERS WITH THE PROVIDED PAPER CLIPS)     

 

REMINDERS:

  • Teachers will have weekday office hours via email from 11 am to 2 pm to assist you. 
  • Mr. Radkin will be available Monday-Thursday during school hours at the school if you need assistance.  Feel free to call the school.  Please leave a message if there is no answer and your call will be returned.
  • Please continue to check the school district’s website for any changes in plans or schedules. 

 

THIS IS YOUR STUDENT PACKET FOR 3/18/2020 THRU 3/25/2020.  DO THE WORK FOR THE CLASSES THAT YOU TAKE.  ASSIGNMENTS INCLUDE ALL LEVELS IN EACH SUBJECT AREA.  KEEP THE WORK TO BE TURNED IN WHEN YOU RETURN TO SCHOOL.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, YOU CAN EMAIL YOUR TEACHERS BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 11:00 AND 2:00 – MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. 

English

English I (All levels)

1.       Write a definition and give 2 examples of each of the following literary terms:  personification, simile, metaphor, hyperbole, and idiom.

2.       Write a one-page response to any topic related to the current corona virus.  This could be closings of schools, restaurants, etc., cancellation of major sporting events, concerns about the spread of the virus, etc.

 

English II (All levels)

1.       Read daily (Monday-Friday) for 20-30 minutes.  You can read anything: a book, newspaper, magazine, online blog, etc.  On one piece of paper keep a log by recording each day’s date and writing a sentence summary about what you read.

2.      Think about a movie or TV show you have watched recently.  Write a 275 word paper about the plot of the movie or show.  Be sure to discuss the main characters, conflict, and resolution.

 

English III (All levels)

Assignment One:  Write step-by-step instructions on how to do something that you are good at doing.

Assignment Two:  Read anything (newspaper, magazine, book, internet article, etc.) and write a 125 word summary.

Assignment Three:  Define any 10 of the terms that go with plot structure and character in a piece of fiction.

 

English IV (All levels)

Respond in writing to each of the following topics in approximately 225-250 words. 

1.       Socialization--Many of us spend hours in front of our computers and communicate more by e-mail, text, or social media than in person. Some people believe that this is good because it helps shy people communicate more openly with others. Others believe that computer communication prevents us from developing interpersonal skills and limits our ability to have meaningful relationships with others. How do you feel about this issue? 

2.       Small town vs. big city--Some people believe it is better to grow up in a small town. Other people think it is better to grow up in a big city. What is your position, and what reasons support your position?

 

 

 

Science

Earth Science

1.        List ten ways to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the atmosphere or otherwise impact global warming.

  1. Name and describe in 3-to 5 sentences a career in Earth Science that you could work in.

Chemistry

1.       Write a short paragraph (3 to 5 sentences) about a time you used the scientific method.  What was the independent and dependent variable?  What was the control group and constants?

2.      Write a short paragraph (3 to 5 sentences) about a career that would require some knowledge of chemistry. 

 

Biology 1

1.       Compare and contrast Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes.

2.       Write a 3 to 5 sentence paragraph on why you think a virus is living or nonliving based on the characteristics of life we’ve learned.

 

Biology 2

1.       Compare bacteria and viruses. Include structure, characteristics of life, and living or non-living.

2.      Based on what you know about bacteria, why would antibiotics not be effective against viruses?

 

Math

Algebra 1, Foundations in Algebra, Intermediate Algebra (All levels)

(1)     Pick 5 random (non-consecutive) numbers and calculate the following measures of central tendency:  mean, median, mode, range, minimum value and maximum value.

(2)     Pick 5 pairs of two-digit numbers and multiply them without using a calculator.

Geometry (All levels)

 1) Draw 6 angles, classify them as acute, right, or obtuse. Estimate their angle measure. Give the complement for all angles less than 90o and supplement of each angle.

2) Draw 6 line segments find their length by any unit then mark the midpoint of each segment. Describe the difference between a line and a line segment.

 

Algebra II (All levels)

1)        Read any article from any source and write a one-page essay about the article.  Emphasize how any aspect of math is incorporated into the article.

2)      Write a one-page essay about your plans for your future career.  Describe how math will be used in your training/education to prepare for your profession and how it is used in the selected profession.

Algebra III: (All levels)

1) Draw 6 random right triangles, measure all three sides and then find the Sine, Cosine, and Tangent of both non-right angles.

2) Write a 200 word essay on a job that uses trigonometry and how trigonometry is used.

 

Pre-Calculus:

1) You owe $100,000 on your home and have an interest rate of 5% compounded continuously with 15 years left. The Federal Reserve just dropped the interest rate .5% if you refinance on a 15 year continuously compounded loan, how much money will you save with the new interest rate?

 2) At 12:00 noon you take a pizza out of the oven and its initial temperature is 165of. Room temperature is 70of, at the same time you take a Coca Cola out of a refrigerator that is 33of. At what time will both objects be the same temperature? Let k=0.031 for the pizza and k=0.29 for the Coca-Cola.

 

Probability & Statistics

   Keep a log for at least 5 days of your daily activities, such as sleeping, eating, entertainment, job, etc.

 Use the information from the log to make a tally for each day and a Pareto chart for the entire time.

 

 

Social Studies

Geography

·         List as many countries per each of the seven continents.

·         List 3 landforms from North America, South America, and Europe.

Economics

·         Define types of Market Structure and give an example of each.
( Oligopoly, Monopoly, and Monopolistic Competition)

·         Explain in a paragraph how the COVID-19 virus affected supply and demand

Government

·         What is a Natural State of Emergency?

·         Identify the branches of government and list two powers for each branch.

World History

·         List and spell correctly each continent and ocean. Write a summary of current events from any continent. 

·         Write at least 3 journal entries from any time period and civilizations we have studied. 

 

U.S. History

·         List 3 principals within the Constitution and explain in a paragraph how it influences you as an American citizen. 

·         Write 3-5 sentences explaining the viewpoint of a carpetbagger during the aftermath of the Civil War. 

·         Explain MANIA in your own words and how it relates to the causes of World War I.

Spanish

Spanish 1 Journals: Write 3 separate paragraphs in Spanish adding one sentence a day for a total of 5 sentences each this week on these topics only:  identity, origin, residence, age and birthday.  Your writing should be based only on notes and vocabulary covered in class. Do not use the internet or google.

·         Write one paragraph about you. (5 sentences)

·         Write one paragraph about your family. (5 sentences)

·         Write one paragraph about your friends. (5 sentences)

 

Spanish 2:

·         Journal three days this week.

·         Journals should be 3 to 5 sentences each, no Internet enhancement nor translation allowed, and cover only topics (feelings, family, clothing/purchases, sports/leisure, daily routine/activities, & food/nutrition) that we have discussed.

·         Sentences must be in the target language, compound, have qualifiers, connectors, varied verbs & subjects.

Spanish 3 & 4:

·         Journal like Spanish 2, but your topics should also include health/wellness, transportation/travel, art/news/technology & future. 

·         Additionally, you must choose one news story or current event and write a 5-8 sentence summary on the article.

·         Include the article or website you found the information.

 

Physical Education

PE1

Keep a daily fitness log of your physical activity.  Each days’ log should start with stretching (like we do in class), 20 jumping jacks, 20 pushups and 20 sit ups.  After that, include any other activity that you may do.  Please log the time of day it was done, amount done, and how long you did each activity. 

PE 2 – Complete the following each day.

Stretch                                                                   30 push ups

30 sit ups                                                               30 sec. Cobra Stretch

30 Jumping Jacks                                                 30 Alternate Lunges

30 Air Squats                                                        30 Plank Push up

 

Music

ALL Band, Chorus & Music Appreciation Classes

1) Listen to a piece of music from 1900 to the present day, then write 2 to 3 paragraphs answering the following questions: What is the piece, who wrote it, when was it made, what genre is it, is this a musician you listen to regularly, why did you pick this piece, did you like the piece and why or why not, what does this piece of music remind you of, and how would you recommend this piece of music to a friend or relative? Use complete sentences when finishing this assignment. 

 

2) Create a playlist of 10 (or more) songs for one of the following uses:

a. for a work out/ jogging 

b. for a road trip

c. for studying/ reading

Include the title and artist of each of the pieces of music, along with a paragraph describing what the playlist is for and why you chose the pieces you did. 

 

Art

Digital Art/Digital Multimedia

 Draw the following words in a font to symbolize it. (ex.  BOLD)  - (peaceful, angry, energetic, fun, loud)

 

Art 1 and Art 2 – Draw a clown sneezing out flowers.

 

Career & Technology

Agriculture – (All Classes)

 Every agriculture student should: continue to record your daily/weekly SAE activities into your SAE record book. If you cannot access your record book, then record your activities on a sheet of paper and you can transfer your information at a later date. 

 

Mechatronics – (All Classes)

Write or type a one-page essay for each of the following topics.

1.            What is the importance of safety in the workplace?

2.            In your opinion, how will the coronavirus effect manufacturing and the economy in the weeks to come?

 

Accounting 1 and 2

• Why is it not enough to understand math and numbers in order to be a successful accountant? ​

• In your own words, tell me what this statement means to you: “Accounting is the language of business?” ​

Virtual Enterprise 1, 2 and 3

• What is an entrepreneur? ​

• How do you think a 14-day quarantine will affect small businesses? ​

Integrated Business Applications

• Why is it important for today’s employees to have computer skills? ​

• Explain how you would use Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint for three different careers. ​

 

 

Law Enforcement (All classes) – Use any media source you have to complete the following:

1.       Write, at least, 2 sentences about the changes the virus has caused other people and your family.

2.       Write a paragraph about any local news event that involve any criminal activity.

3.       Write a paragraph describing how the virus has affected EMS, Fire and Law Enforcement in their response to calls for help. 

 

Health Science – (All classes)

1: Based on the Viruses we have talked about in class (SARS, Ebola, H5N1, Hepatitis B and C) the Mode of Transmission is Direct (Person-to Person) or Indirect (touching object that has virus on it).

List 1 Direct Method and 2 Indirect Methods the Coronavirus could enter the body.

2: Covid-19 is a respiratory virus. List all PPE that a health care worker should wear when in contact with the Coronavirus (Covid-19).

 

 

Other

Courtney

·         Write a half page paper entitled “My Favorite Vacation”. 

·          Write a half page paper entitled “What would you do if you could travel back in time”.

 

Law Education

·         Complete a 5 day journal listing all laws or government regulations that you experience in your daily activities.

·         You can also use the information on TV/media to get examples of government controls and laws pertaining to your

activities.

 

Teacher Cadet

·         Write an article (approximately 225 words) about the Teacher Cadet class for a local/school newspaper or for inclusion on the website. Add pictures and captions, if appropriate.

·         Write reflections for the first four days of field experience.

 

 

 

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WEEKS 2 and 3 LEARNING PACKET

THIS IS YOUR STUDENT PACKET FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS.  DO THE WORK FOR THE CLASSES THAT YOU TAKE.  KEEP THE WORK TO BE TURNED IN WHEN YOU RETURN TO SCHOOL.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, YOU CAN EMAIL YOUR TEACHERS BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 11:00 AND 2:00 – MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. 

 

 

English

English I (All levels)

 

1.       Watch any TV show or movie that is fictional –

Write a short plot summary using the elements of plot

Describe 2 main characters and what type character they are.

2.       Write an essay telling how you are spending your time during the coronavirus shutdown.

3.       Write an essay describing at least 5 things you miss during the coronavirus shutdown.

4.       Look up the following vocabulary words – write the definition of each – write a good sentence for each: aberration, abide, bravado, cartel, catalyst, exonerate, facet, grisly, intrinsic, mitigate

 

English II (All levels)

  • Continue to read daily (Monday-Friday) for 20-30 minutes.  You can read anything: a book, newspaper, magazine, online blog, etc.  On one piece of paper continue to keep a log by recording each day’s date and writing a sentence summary about what you read.
  • There are eight parts of speech: noun, pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction, and interjection.  Define each of the parts of speech in your own words.  Write a sentence and label all the parts of speech in your sentence.
  • Define the following literary terms in your own words and write an example of each: character, setting, climax/turning point, metaphor, theme, direct characterization, protagonist, internal conflict, imagery, and simile.
  • Write a persuasive essay of at least 300 words where you agree or disagree with the following statement: Social distancing and self-quarantining have been good for Americans.  Be sure to use specific examples to support your opinion!

 

English III (All levels)

1.        Watch any fictional TV program and complete the following about that show:  Plot summary, character description of protagonist and antagonist, setting, flat/round characters, static/dynamic characters, internal and external conflict.

2.       Write a 250 word descriptive essay in which you describe a family member who is either 10 years younger than you or ten years older than you.  Include physical description, personality traits, and their meaning to you.

3.       Read a newspaper article, magazine article, or online article about an event going on locally, nationally, or internationally.  Answer the “Who? What? Where? When? And Why?” questions about the article.

4.       Define the following words and write a complete sentence with each:  admonish; blasphemy; elaborate; exhaustive; hypothetical; notoriety; Ostentatious; poignant; rectify; savory; submissive; steadfast; haughty; methodical; implement.

 

English IV (All levels)

1.          Write a definition and give two examples of each of the following literary terms:  personification, paradox, anachronism, allusion, and dramatic irony.

 

2.       Write a one-page response to the following prompt:  How is the coronavirus affecting your life — physically, socially and emotionally? What changes have you, your friends, family, and community experienced? What has been the most difficult aspect for you?

     

3.      Write a definition and give two examples of each of the following literary terms:  synecdoche, oxymoron, metaphor, idiom, and situational irony.

4.      Read for a minimum of 20 minutes a day (this can be anything – novel, magazine/newspaper article, online blogs, etc.).  From your reading, find two quotes that are interesting to you and explain why you chose each in approximately 125 words.

 

Science

Earth Science

  1. List the steps of the scientific method.
  2. Give an example of how the scientific method could get out of order.  Explain how this is ok.
  3. Compare and contrast independent variables and dependent variables in a scientific experiment.
  4. Explain why you can only change one independent variable at a time.

Chemistry

1.       Round each number to four significant figures

a.        84.791 kg

b.       38.5432 g

c.        256.75 cm

d.       4.9356 m

2.       Express the following quantities in scientific notation

a.       5,453,000 m

b.       300.8 kg

c.        0.00536 ng

d.       0.0120325 km

3.       Perform the following conversions

a.       96 kg to g

b.       155 mg to g

c.        15 cg to kg

d.       3600 m to km

4.       What is the atomic number of each of the following elements?

a.       An atom that contains 37 electrons

b.       An atom that contains 72 protons

c.        An atom that contains 1 electron

d.       An atom that contains 85 protons

5.       Write the electron configuration (can use noble gas configuration) of the following elements

a.       Nickel

b.       Cesium

c.        Boron

d.       Krypton

 

 

Biology 1

  1. Explain the roles of hormones and enzymes in the body.  What happens if you have too little or too much in the body?
  2. List the steps of the scientific method.
  3. Compare and contrast independent variables and dependent variables in a scientific experiment.
  4. Explain why you can only change one independent variable at a time.

 

Biology 2

  1. Compare and contrast exponential growth and logistic growth (Discussed in Chapter 27 – Bacteria).
  2. Which type of growth is more realistic and how so?
  3. What type of growth is exhibited by the number of people contracting COVID19 at this point?  What type of growth would be exhibited if social distancing was practiced by the entire population? How can we contribute to this?
  4. How does the speed of exponential growth of a bacteria colony compare with the speed of exponent growth of the spread of COVID19 or other viruses?  What would happen to the spread of COVID19 if it spread as quickly as bacteria can reproduce?

 

 

Math

Algebra 1, Foundations in Algebra, Intermediate Algebra (All levels)

 

(1)     Solve and describe, in words, the steps used to solve the following equation:

3( 2x + 4 ) = 36

(2)     A furnace repair service charged a customer $80 for parts and $63 per hour worked.  The bill totaled $177.50.  Is it reasonable to say that the repair technician worked on the furnace for about 2 hours?  Explain your answer.

(3)     Write 5 equations in slope-intercept form ( y = mx + b ).  Identify the slope (m) and y-intercept (b).  Pick 1 of your 5 equations and explain how it would be graphed.

(4)     A school has two soccer teams.  There are currently 30 students playing on the spring team and participation is increasing by 2 people per year.  There are currently 19 students playing on the fall team and this is increasing by 3 students per year.  When will the teams be the same size?  Explain your solution.

 

Geometry (All levels)

1) Assignment 1: Give 4 ordered pairs (1 in each quadrant) and do the following: A) Label which quadrant each point is in. B ) Pick two points and find the distance between them (Do this three times for three different pairs of points). C) Same as B, but find the midpoint of the pair of points. 

2) Draw 5 line segments of varying length and locate their midpoint. 

 

3) What is the compliment of a 32o angle? What is the supplement of a 112o angle? Angles A and B are a Linear Pair, if angle A is 45o what is the measure of Angle B? Angles A and B are vertical, If the Measure of Angle A is 132o what is the measure of Angle B?

4) Draw 4 different Triangles. Classify the triangles by side length and angle measure. State why you classified the triangle this way (For example: if you classified the triangle as acute you would state "This triangle is acute because all three angles are less than 90 degrees". 

 

Probability & Statistics

Number a sheet of notebook paper, 1-100.  Take any coin and flip it 100 times.  Record each one of the results.  Make a tally of Heads & Tails, then write your results as a fraction, and as a percent.

 

Algebra II

 Honors

Expand each of the binomials.  Use any appropriate method.

1)(x+2)22)(2x+ y)33)(x+2y)44) (2x-1)55)(x–3y)2

6)(2x-2)37)(2x–3y)48)(x+y)59)(5x+7y)210)(4-y)3

CP

Complete the following:

·         Fleabags

Two shaggy old dogs were walking down the street.  Captain sits down and scratches his ear, then turns to Champ and growls, “If one of your fleas jumped onto me, we’d have the same number.”  Champ barks back, “But if one of yours jumped onto me, I’d have five times as many as you!”  How many fleas are there on Champ?  Show the problem-solving method used.

·         Talk with family members about their use of math in their daily lives (work and home.)  Write a one-page paper describing how you all use math in your daily lives.

·         Birthday Hugs

Jenn invites her four best friends Janey, Joyce, Joanie, and Jolynn to come to a party at her house.  When they all arrive, they all give each other hugs.  How many hugs is that altogether?  Show the problem-solving method used. 

·         Talk with family members about the meals that are prepared in your home.  Take a vote as to which is the family’s favorite dish.  Next, write down the recipe for that dish (just make sure that it is not a secret recipe.)  List all ingredients, measurements, and directions.  Explain why math is so important in the preparation of this dish.

 

 

Algebra III: (All levels)

Create a presentation explaining your step-by-step approach to solving the problem below.   

You are moving and need a rental truck. The rental company you have chosen charges a $50/day fee plus $0.10 for every mile you travel. Write a linear equation that expresses the total cost y, where x represents the number of miles you travel. Graph this equation. Then choose a number of miles, x, you travel that day and find the total cost of renting the truck.

A "Pythagorean Triple" is a set of positive integers, a, b and c that fits the rule: a2+ b2= c2.

Here is a list of a few Pythagorean Triples:

(3, 4, 5)

(5, 12, 13)

(6, 8, 10)

(7, 24, 25)

(8, 15, 17)

(9, 40, 41)

(10, 24, 26)

(11, 60, 61)

(12, 35, 37)

(13, 84, 85)

(14, 48, 50)

(15, 112, 113)

(16, 63, 65)

(17, 144, 145)

(18, 80, 82)

(19, 180, 181)

(20, 21, 29)

(20, 99, 101)

(21, 220, 221)

(23, 264, 265)

Pick a Pythagorean Triple and use the Pythagorean Theorem to verify that

a2+ b2= c2. Create a presentation explaining your step-by-step approach to solving the problem.

Pre-Calculus:

 

Complete the following chart:

Θ

sin Θ

cos Θ

tan Θ

sec Θ

csc Θ

cot Θ

 

 

 

 

 

 

30°

 

 

 

 

 

 

45°

 

 

 

 

 

 

60°

 

 

 

 

 

 

90°

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 sin=opp/hyp               csc=hyp/opp

cos=adj/hyp               sec=hyp/adj

tan=opp/adj              cot=adj/hyp

 

2.

Study the following patterns:

a difference of squares;

a perfect square trinomial;

a difference of cubes; and

a sum of cubes.

 

 

 

Choose two of the forms above and explain the pattern that allows you to recognize the binomial or trinomial as having special factors. Illustrate with examples of a binomial or trinomial expression that may be factored using the special techniques you are explaining.

Social Studies

Geography

o    Explain in a 1 page essay why there are higher concentrations of populations located in coastal areas around the world? ---Identify Pro’s & Con’s, ---Choose a county/region to use an example, ----Explain how/why living near water influences culture.

o    List 3 bodies of water located around the United States. ----List 5 major Rivers in the United States, --   List 3 Mountain ranges in the United States, ----List 4 major climate regions of the United States.

o    Choose 2 of the following and compare/contrast these events. --- What are they? ----What scales are they measured on? ----Examples of disasters? ----Where are they most likely to occur?

                                   * Earthquake

                                   *Tsunami

                                   *Volcanic Explosion

                                   *Hurricane

                                   * Tornado

o    Draw 1 type of landform we studied ---- List 3 places in the world this landform can be found. Ex. Mountain Range

o    Explain in half a page how activities that occur in the coastal region of South Carolina vary compared to the mountainous region of South Carolina.

o   Create a hamburger style foldable comparing North America to South America. ---5 Landforms for each ---Languages ----Culture (2 elements) ---- 3 Cities/1 Country in each continent.

 

 

Economics

 

1.       Examine the current situation in China and Russia regarding COVID-19. Explain 3 key differences that are notable in comparing how these 2 countries’ economies have been affected compared to the United States.

2.       In a page summary, explain how a socialist government operates differently in a pandemic compared to a non-socialist state.

3.       Create 10 questions to use in an interview with a parent or guardian and ask them how providing for basic need becomes difficult in a national state of emergency?

4.       Explain in half a page the following statement: When the price of bread rises, why do people buy more? In this instance what would an economist label bread as in terms of a good?

5.       Create a political cartoon illustrating a monopoly. –Must include drawing. ---Must include words

6.       Pretend you are the head of state in your country. Create a foldable sample that you would distribute to the general public outlining what you would do to help them through this crisis..----5 key ideas. ---Ex: Every household with a total income of less than 60,000 per year will receive 900.00 per month.

Government

  • Based on what we have learned so far create your own Government.  List all rules and regulations you would have. Please make a list of at least 10 things that you would want your Government to have. 
  • One of the most important symbols in the United States is our Flag. Draw and redesign the flag so that it also could represent our Country. 
  • Based on Federalism provide 3 examples of how the State of South Carolina and the National Government have worked together to battle the virus pandemic. 
  • Give 1 example of the following powers from the constitution: Expressed, Inherent, and implied

World History

1.  List 5 characteristics each for the Paleolithic (Old Stone Age) and Neolithic (New Stone Age) periods. 

In a well-organized and grammatically correct one page essay:

2. discuss the favorable environment/conditions of river valleys that led to the development of the first civilizations. 

3. describe a scenario whether from history or of your own imagination, that would lead you and others to migrate to a  new area. 

4. explain and give examples of cultural diffusion and make sure to give pros and cons. 

5. Recall our study of African folk tales, create a new one and use any animal (does not have to be from Africa) and end with, “and that is why the duck quacks.” Insert your animal here. Make sure to include dialogue, names and a moral. 

6. Choose any Greek myth to summarize and illustrate. 

U.S. History

-Using essay format, discuss who the Pilgrims were, where they came from, what served as a reason for their voyage to America, and some of the hardships they faced once they landed.

 

-The Son's of Liberty was an organization of patriots created to protect the rights of colonists against the Stamp Act and unfair British taxation.  Pretend you are a member of the Son's of Liberty and write a diary entry explaining why you joined, what you hope the group can accomplish, and your view on "taxation without representation."

 

-The year is 1804 and the U.S. government now owns the Louisiana Territory and Lewis and Clark are gathering supplies to head out on an expedition into the vast unknown. You are to write a newspaper article on the Lewis and Clark expedition that includes the purpose of the expedition, the route the expedition took, interesting facts concerning the expedition, and the results of the expedition.

 

-Americans first began heading west in the early 1800's with visions of manifest destiny on the brain.  Imagine that you and your family own and work a small farm in the south.  You start to firmly believe that there are better opportunities for your family out in California.  Prepare and write a persuasive argument to present to your family that includes no less than 5 pro's to help convince your family to pack up and move west.

 

-During the Civil War President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation.  Define Emancipation Proclamation and explain how it affected the North, South, and Border states differently.  What was Lincoln's goal by issuing the proclamation in 1863 before the war was over?

 

-The Jim Crow Laws were laws that supported the segregation of African Americans and whites in southern American states, having been referred to as early as the 1890s. It also encouraged racial bias and heavy discrimination. Choose one Jim Crow law and create a political cartoon that illustrates the negativity surrounding that law.  Your cartoon must include a title, an original drawing, and a caption. You may also include dialogue with your cartoon if you wish to do so. 

 

 

 

Physical Education

PE1

Keep a daily fitness log of your physical activity.  Each days’ log should start with stretching (like we do in class), 20 jumping jacks, 20 pushups and 20 sit ups.  After that, include any other activity that you may do.  Please log the time of day it was done, amount done, and how long you did each activity. 

 

PE 2 – Complete the following each day.

 

Dynamic Warm Up

Jump Squats                          3x15                                                                    Alternating V Ups           3x20

Standing Lunges                   3x20                                                                     Knee Cups       2x25

Air Squats                              2X20                                                                     Single Leg Hip Raises     2x10 each side

Front Bridge                          2x60 seconds                                                                 

 

 Plyometrics

  • Hops every stair 2x’s up and down                                             Hops every other stair 2x’s
  • Hops every 3 stairs 2x’s                                                                 Right foot hops every stair 1x
  • Left foot hops every stair 1x                                                         Running up every stair 2x’s
  • Running up every other stair 2x’s                                                Running up every 3 stairs 2x’s

 

 

 

 

Spanish

 

 Spanish 1 – Answer the following 20 questions in complete Spanish sentences.  Use notes and vocabularies covered in class

·          1. ¿Hay clases?

·         2. ¿Por qué no hay clases?

·         3. ¿Qué es el Coronavirus?

·         4. ¿De dónde es el Coronavirus?

·         5. ¿Cómo es el Coronavirus?

·         6. ¿Hay Coronavirus en Carolina del Sur?

·         7. ¿Cuántas personas tienen Coronavirus?

·         8. ¿Quiénes tienen Coronavirus?

·         9. ¿Por qué tenemos Coronavirus?

·         10. ¿Cuáles son los síntomas del Coronavirus?

·         11. ¿Cuándo necesitamos ir al doctor?

·         12. ¿Quieres ir al doctor?

·         13. ¿Cómo están tú y tu familia?

·         14. ¿Tienes comida?

·         15. ¿Qué necesitas?

·         16. ¿Necesitas comida y bebida?

·         17. ¿Estás en casa?

·         18. ¿Dónde están tus amigos?

·         19. ¿Cómo están ellos?

·         20. ¿Qué hacer para estar bien?

Spanish 2:

Read the prompt and answer the questions in complete Spanish sentences.

No puedo salir de mi casa mucho porque mis padres son viejos y me importa cuidarlos. Por eso yo paso mucho tiempo viendo la televisión y navegando por internet. Sin embargo debo limpiar la casa o hacer ejercicio. ¿Cómo puedo cuidarme la salud cuando no puedo ir al gimnasio? Dime todas las actividades que tú haces en un día para estar activo.

Answer the following questions in complete Spanish sentences.

  1. ¿Qué haces por la mañana ahora que no estás en la escuela?
  2. ¿Puedes salir mucho de la casa?
  3. ¿Cuándo sales de la casa y con quiénes?
  4. ¿Estudiaste mucho la semana pasada? ¿Por qué sí o por qué no?
  5. ¿A qué hora te acostaste anoche?
  6. ¿Estás listo para regresar al colegio? ¿Por qué sí o por qué no?

 

 

Spanish 3 & 4:

Read the prompts and respond appropriately in Spanish.

 

Muchas personas se asustan ahora y tienen miedo de enfermarse. ¿Cómo estás? ¿Qué hacen tu familia y tú para protegerse? ¿Qué debo hacer para no enfermarme?

 

En mi opinión es importante mantener un horario diario aunque no estoy en el colegio. Todavía me despierto temprano y me acuesto a la misma hora cada noche. ¿Has cambiado tu horario? ¿Por qué sí o no? ¿Cómo?

Read the prompts and respond appropriately in Spanish.

 

Los médicos nos sugieren que practiquemos distanciamiento social. Me importa porque mis padres son viejos y ellos viven conmigo. ¿En tu opinión es importante practicarlo? ¿Por qué sí o por qué no? Dime todas tus razones.

 

El CoronaVirus es muy grave y los médicos nos sugieren que nos quedemos en casa o practiquemos distanciamiento social. Por eso mis amigas y yo hablamos frecuentemente por las redes sociales. ¿Cómo te comunicas con tus amigos durante este tiempo? Háblame de las redes sociales que usan tus amigos y tú. ¿Cómo las usas? ¿Por cuánto tiempo las usas?

 

 

Career & Technology

Agriculture – (All Classes)

 This week:  continue SAE projects and draw a spring garden plan (use color, measurements and label the plants) that you could plant at home. Include your favorite vegetables. Next week: continue SAE projects and watch or read any agriculture related topic, then write at least 1/2 page covering the highlights of the topic.  

 

Mechatronics –

Mechatronics 1

You are a safety inspector for a construction company. What are ten safety violations you may find for hand tools and their usage? What are ten safety violations you may find for power tools and their usage? As you list the violations, state how they would be corrected.

 

Mechatronics 2 and 3

•             Write out and solve 20 problems using Ohm’s Law. Show all steps used to solve the problem.

Example: A circuit has 120 volts with three ohms of resistance. What is the amperage?

•             Write out the formulas used to solve for total resistance in series and parallel circuits.

•             Write out the color code, numeric values and tolerances used to determine the resistance value of 4 band resistors.

 

Mechatronics 1-3

Respond to the prompt “Tell me about yourself?” in 150 words or more.  You will most likely have to respond to this in a job interview.

 

Accounting 1 and 2

Define Assets, Liability, Owner’s Equity, Sales and Expense. After you have defined these accounting terms draw t-accounts where you show me the normal balance. Then give me three examples of an asset account, a liability account and expense account. 

The accounting equation is Assets= Liabilities + Owner’s Equity. List all the assets and liabilities you have. (Examples: cash, tv, owe your sister $50) Then put these into the accounting equation. Create a Balance sheet for yourself based on your account equation.  The Balance Sheet will list our assets, how much you owe and what your value is, owner’s equity  

Create a creative way to teach one of the accounting concepts we have learned. Example of a creative way to teach would be a rap song or a game. An example of an accounting concept would be “How to calculate deducts form a payroll check. 
 
Explain State and Federal Unemployment insurance.  Who pays it? How is it calculated? When does Federal Unemployment insurance apply to an employee’s unemployment benefits. It there anything happening now that might affect unemployment. 

Virtual Enterprise 1, 2 and 3

Think about your classroom Virtual Enterprise company.  What could you and your fellow employees do to help the effect of the Covid-19 has had on your company’s sales. List at least 5 ways to help your company and explain how it will help. 

 

You have created a new soft drink that is designed for students at your school.  Design a label for the drink bottle that will brand the drink.  You should incorporate the Ram logo in the design of the label.  

 

The next assignment is if you have access to Netflix.  If you choose to do the Netflix assignment you only have to do one of above assignments.  

If you have access to Netflix you can watch Episode 1 The Fight of the Century of Self Made - Madam CJ Walker.  After you watch the episode write a summary of it. Also tell me 3 things you learned from this episode. 

  

Come up with a new product or a new way to use an old product. Then you need to write a script for a 30 second commercial that identifies who would want to buy it and how it is better than the competition 

  

Create a name for your business in the above assignment.  Then create either on the computer or draw a logo and a tagline for your company.  

 

The next assignment is if you have access to Netflix.  If you choose to do the Netflix assignment you only have to do one of above assignments. If you have access to Netflix you can watch Episode 2 Bootstraps of Self Made - Madam CJ Walker.  After you watch the episode write a summary of it.  Also tell me 3 things you learned from this episode. 

 

Integrated Business Applications

Week 1

Define in your own words what a relative reference and an absolute reference are in Microsoft Excel.

Write out five different functions (formulas-hint: they always begin with an = sign) using both a relative and an absolute reference.

 

Week 2

What is the difference in MLA and APA format when using Microsoft Word.

Describe how you can use the keyboard to copy something using the drag and drop method.

 

Law Enforcement (All classes) – Use any media source you have to complete the following:

1.       WRITE A HALF PAGE PAPER ABOUT HOW WOULD YOU HELP EMS, FIRE, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THEIR RESPONSE TO CALLS FOR HELP WITH COVID-19.

2.       CONTINUE TO COMPLETE YOUR DRUG RESEARCH PAPER, AND BE READY TO PRESENT THEM WHEN WE RETURN.

3.       COMPLETE A DAILY LOG OF YOUR FEELINGS ABOUT THE SOCIAL DISTANCING AND NOT BEING ABLE TO HANG OUT WITH ALL YOUR FRIENDS.

4.       USING YOUR NOTES, PREPARE A TIME-LINE OF THE HISTORY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT.

           

 

Health Science – (All classes)

You are a medical reporter for “World News Tonight”.

1: Contact 3 people via any form of Technology or people who live in your home.

2: Select 3 questions about COVID-19 to ask these 3 people and write their response or opinions. Should be open-ended questions. (not yes/no or T/F)

 

You are the owner and leader of a Dental Office.

1: Describe how you would handle your business during the COVID-19 Pandemic.  Address the following: Would you keep business open or closed during this period? Why/why not? How would you handle the patients waiting to be seen? How would you protect patients and staff from COVID-19? Are your services essential for the wellbeing of your community? Why/why not? Add any other thoughts /opinions

2: You are the owner and CEO of the  only Hospital within 100 miles of your home. Use #1 to answer questions for this situation.

 

Art

Digital Art/Digital Multimedia/Art 1 and Art 2

  1. o   Imagine an illustration in YOUR CHILD'S history book talking about Coronavirus.  Draw what that illustration might look like?
  2. o   Choose an object in your house and draw it in each of the following ways -side view, top view, bottom view.

 

Music

ALL Band, Chorus & Music Appreciation Classes

Band/Guitar students may pick up their instruments, Band students need to drop off any and all money from selling chocolate to the front office. 

Using the vocabulary below play a game of charades with your family. Be sure to incorporate as many vocavulary words into the game. Make sure you tell your families the category is speeds. Be sure you write the work on a sheet of paper then demonstrate the word and have them to figure out the meaning. 

    1. Lento - slowly
    2. Largo - broadly
    3. andante - at a walking pace
    4. moderato - moderately
    5. allegro - fast, quickly
    6. vivace - lively and fast 
    7. presto - very fast
  1. Brainstorm with your family and see how many cartoon songs (Disney, Nickelodeon, CBS, ABC, etc.) you can sing in 10 minutes. Be sure to write down the cartoon the songs come from. 

Other

Courtney

 

Write a ½ page paper on each of these.

1.        You meet a fairy, and she tells you to wish for only 3 things.  What would those be?

2.       Describe your future life.

3.       Who is your role model?  Why?

4.       Write about a rule at school or at home you don’t like.  How would you replace or change it?

5.        

Law Education

 

Law Ed—For the next 2 weeks: Compare, analyze, and describe different news sources about the same issues

                Use 2 or 3 different news groups or channels on 1 topic. Discuss and comment on how they differ and

                Agree on that topic—Then state your opinion about the topic.

 

Sociology

  • Groups are very important to humans.  During this time we have lost connections with some groups we were once part of.  Name 10 groups you  can no longer be a part of and the effect it has had on you personally
  • Interview a parent or other adult on the changes to everyday life since the virus out break. Ask at least 10 questions
  • Material culture consists of the tangible objects we interact with.  Describe 10 objects that make up your culture. 
  • In one paragraph describe the difference between culture and instincts. Also in a second paragraph  describe the importance of each. 

 

 

English

English I (All levels)

 

1.       The times we now find ourselves in are truly historic.  No one has experienced times like this.  For the next two weeks, write your own personal journals of you observations/experiences.  Explain in detail what you are going through, what you are giving up since your daily routines have been disrupted, what you are most concerned about, etc.  You may also include reactions to how others you have observed are behaving.   Be as detailed as possible.  These journal entries may be ½ page each over several days or you can do a full page each time.  What you turn in to me must total two pages for this week and two for next week.  This will be given back to you at some point for you to keep.  It will be interesting to look back on this years from now!

2.       Watch any movie or television.  Write one page where you discuss the main character as a static or dynamic character.  Give reasons for why he is static or dynamic.

3          Read any article you can find (this may be from a magazine, newspaper, internet article) on a topic that interests you.  Write a one-page summary of the article.

 

English II (All levels)

Mrs. Lee's English 2 Class Folder

  • Define the following words: antithesis, conundrum, eloquence, epiphany, magnanimous, homogeneous, incognito, lexicon, meticulous, plethora. Write a sentence with each word. Choose five of the words above and find a synonym and antonym for them. *There are two worksheets for this assignment in the class folder if you’d like to use them.
  • Continue to read 20-30 minutes daily (M-F).  Continue to record your reading by writing the date and one of the following: a one-sentence summary of what you read, a new word you learned and its definition, or a fact you learned.  A printable log can be found in my class folder if you’d like to use it, but you are welcome to use a piece of notebook paper.
  • Find an article from a magazine, newspaper or an online news website or magazine.  Read the article and complete an article of the week response following the guidelines we always use in class. (Those guidelines and an article you can use are in my class folder if you’d like to use them.)
  • Read the following paragraph.  Rewrite it on a piece of notebook paper correcting any grammar, spelling, punctuation, or capitalization errors you find. Last night i mad a delicious meal for my family because there so special to me. To make the meal I had to follow several steps.  The steps included browning hamburger meet adding marinara sauce to the meet and to boil noodles.  I made sure I cooked the noodles the write time.  I had to cook green beans to so that our meal had included a vegetable. My son like to eat spaghetti sometimes. This time he did not.  He refused to eat the Meal I cooked I did not make him eat it.  I make him a grilled cheese instead.  I can never figure out what he likes to ate.  I just due my best to cook a Tasty Meal and cross my fingers that he likes it. Their is more important things in life too worry about right now. *There is a worksheet for this assignment in the class folder above.
  • Write a response of at least 500 words to the following question: What is a quote that guides your life?  This quote could be from a meme, a book, a song, etc.  Be sure to include the quote in your response and use specific examples of why it means so much to you and how it guides your life.  Don’t forget that your response should have an introduction and conclusion!

 

 

 

English III (All levels)

 

1.        Write 3 journal entries of at least 8 sentences each on the following topics:  a.  How has my life changed because of this virus and the stay-at-home order?  b.  What is the worst part of this situation for you personally.  C.  What are the positive things that have happened because of this time?

 

 

English III - continued

2.       For each vocabulary word, write the definition and then write a sentence with each:      copious; cryptic; enmity; hardy; imposter; inaugurate; insolvent; loath; obstinate; platitude; portent; precocious; relevancy; somber; translucent

3.       Read a nonfiction magazine or newspaper article (print or online).  Write a summary of the main points of the article.  You should write at least 8 sentences.

4.       Write a letter to your future self explaining what it was like during the “Great Coronavirus Quarantine.”   This should have 3 paragraphs:  in one explain life before the virus, in one explain life during the virus, and in one explain your emotions.

 

English IV (All levels)

 

1. Write a one-page essay about the career in which you are interested. 

Topics to address in your essay include:

  • Name of the career in which you are interested
  • Reasons you are interested in this field
  • Requirements for this career
    • What kind of schooling/training does it take?
    • How much/how long will it take to complete the necessary programs? 
    • Where would you need to go to receive the necessary training (ex.: 2-year college, 4-year college, medical school, etc.)
    • Is there any prior work experience required?  If so, what is it? 
    • What skills are necessary to do well in this career?   

2. Read for a minimum of 20 minutes a day (this can be anything – novel, magazine/newspaper article, online blogs, etc.).  From your reading, find two quotes that are interesting to you and explain why you chose each in approximately 125 words. 

3. Choose a year in your own life and write a poem entitled, “On Turning ____.”  Your poem should be 15-20 lines. If you need inspiration, read Billy Collins poem “On Turning 10.”  https://upittpress.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/9780822938934exr.pdf 

4. Define the following words and write a complete sentence with each:  scrupulous, supercilious, fastidious, candor, insipid, mien, expostulation, solicitude, retribution, and altruism.​  

5. Read the following passage from “Housepainting” by Lan Samantha Chang. Then, rewrite it with an omniscient narrator.  Do you learn anything new about the characters?

 

“Hey, Annie, I got you something.” 

She pulled a package wrapped in flowered paper from a shopping bag. She never came home without presents for everyone, and she never left without a bag full of goodies from home… 

I looked at the package: a book.  I stifled a groan. Frances never knew what I wanted.  

“Well, open it,” my mother said. 

I tore off the paper. It was a thick volume about the history of medicine. This was supposed to be of great interest to me, because of a family notion that I would become a doctor, like Wei. I did not want to be a doctor.

 

Teacher Cadet

Complete the following assignments.  These assignments have been emailed. 

1.       Teacher Cadets A-Z

  1. Ethics in the Teaching Profession 

 

 Science

Earth Science

Choose an Option

Option 1:

Free Response Questions

 

 

  1. Chemical fertilizers used in farms may be washed into local water bodies, such as ponds and lakes. This often results in a rapid growth of algae, an algal bloom in the ponds and lakes. Explain how an algal bloom affects the oxygen levels in a lake ecosystem.   Would this be a positive or negative effect?  What might happen to the marine life living in the bodies of water under these circumstances?  Answer in paragraph form.  
  1. How does deforestation change an ecosystem, and is this change reversible?  Answer in paragraph form using at a minimum the following key words:  deforestation, habitat, food, reversible, soil, carrying capacity, biotic & abiotic factors. 

 

Option 2: Khan Academy Scientific Method Unit

1.       Join my class using the following link https://www.khanacademy.org/join/385GQYFR (Using your school email is advised.)  Then create an account.  (You will be in the appropriate class when you finish making the account.)

    1. Complete ALL parts of the Scientific Method Unit. (It may take a day after signing in for the assignment to appear.)

Chemistry

 

  1.       Give 5 examples of chemistry that is occurring at your home.
  2.       Draw a flowchart of the steps of the scientific method.
  3.       What are the differences between qualitative data and quantitative data and give an example of each.
  4.      What are some different types of technology you use and how has it affected people’s lives.
  5.      Draw a picture emphasizing safe lab procedures. Be sure to include at least five (5) proper behaviors or safe practices.
  6.      Research the most recent measures taken by countries around the world to reduce CFCs in the atmosphere since the Montreal Protocol. Write a short report (2 paragraphs) describing the Montreal Protocol and more recent environmental measures to reduce CFCs.

 

 

Biology 1

 

Choose an option

 

Option 1:  Complete the Evolution Unit (weeks 4 & 5) on www.usatestprep.com  (account id:  chesterfield61).  Email jjenkins@chesterfieldschools.org if you have any difficulties logging in.

 

 

Option 2: Answer the two free response questions below.

Title the assignment JJenkins Bio 1 Week 4&5

 

  • What is biological evolution, and how does it happen? 

Free Response:  Answer in paragraph form using at minimum the following keywords:  biological evolution, inherited, sexual reproduction, genetic variation, traits, natural selection, genes, evolution, common ancestor, population. 

 

  • Imagine that the environment where the experimental organisms live, eat, and reproduce has been flooded. In place of dry land, there is now a swamp and a small lake. Due to the change in environmental conditions, predict which mutation(s) might be most advantageous to survival.

Answer in the form of a paragraph.

 

 

 

Biology 2

Choose 1 assignment:

  1. Khan Academy Cells Review Unit
    1. Join my class using the following link https://www.khanacademy.org/join/M8MYAKRN (Using your school email is advised.)  Then create an account.  (You will be in my class when you finish making the account.)
    2. Complete ALL of the Assignment attached to the class  (It may take a day after signing in for the assignment to appear.)

2.       Write an essay reviewing cell parts.  Be sure to include what type of cells have the part, a description of the structure, and the function of each cell part.  (I suggest organizing the parts by their overlapping functions so that the essay flows.) You must include all the following parts: nucleus, rough ER, smooth ER, ribosomes, Golgi, vesicle, vacuole, plasma membrane, plasmodesmata, gap junction, tight junction, desmosome, cytosol, lysosome, peroxisome, mitochondrion, chloroplast, microtubule, microfilament, celium, flagellum, and cell wall.  Remember this is an essay you must meet all requirements listed and all requirements of an essay to get full credit.  This includes spelling, correct sentence structure, paragraph format, and the material must be in your own words

 

Math

Algebra I

(See Math attachment)

For the first 2 sheets, complete the 6 problems using the graphing method.

For the next 2 sheets, complete using the substitution method.  😊

 

Foundations in Algebra/Intermediate Algebra

(See Math attachment)

 

Geometry (All levels)

 

Draw a triangle in the 2nd quadrant. Rotate the triangle 90o about the origin. Take the new image and reflect it over the line y = -3. Finally take that new image and slide it by the vector <-2, -10>. Draw all of the transformations, list the coordinate points at each stage and give the final triangle with its location.

  1. A line segment has endpoints (-3, 5) and (4, -2) reflect this over the line x = 2 and give the new endpoints. Find the midpoint and distance of the original line. Find the slope of the line. Find the slope of a line perpendicular to this line.
  2. Triangle ABC is an isosceles triangle such that AB = BC. If the measure of Angle A is 38o, Find the measure of Angles B and C.
  3. Triangle ABC is an isosceles triangle such that AB = BC. If the measure of Angle B is 38o, Find the measure of Angles A and C.
  4. A triangle has two know side lengths, they are 7in and 12in; what are all of the possible third side lengths for this triangle?
  5. A snail is at the bottom of a thirty-foot well and wishes to get out. During the day it climbs up three feet, but at night, it slips back down two feet. How many days will it take for the snail to get out of the well?

6.       Draw a triangle and a rectangle, find the area and perimeter for the shapes. These to shapes are similar to another triangle and a rectangle. If the scale factor between the shapes (from the ones you drew to the new shapes) is 4:9, then find the area and perimeter of the new triangle and rectangle (you do not need to draw the new shapes).

  1. You are building a garden in your backyard. You have 200ft of material to build a wall around the flowerbed. You want to maximize the area of your garden, what shape is the garden? What are the dimensions of the garden? What four things would you grow in the garden?
  2. In five or more sentences discuss the similarities and differences of parallelograms, rectangles, rhombi, and squares.
  3. Parallelogram ABCD has an angle measure where angle A = 52o, find angles B,C, and D.
  4. It takes 1230 digits to number the pages of a book. How many pages does the book contain?
  5. Given only two irregularly shaped jars that will hold 7 quarts and 3 quarts of water, describe a sequence of fillings and emptyings that will permit you to come back from the brook with exactly 5 quarts of water.

 

Probability & Statistics

 

Assignment 1 – Choose an option

Option 1:  Watch “A Beautiful Mind” on Netflix and write a one-page essay that incorporates how math and higher education and psychology and just being human are all intertwined.

 Option 2:  Make a family tree.  Go back as far as you can (have the knowledge about).  Look at any tendencies you see.  Address any perceived tendencies, such as my mother’s side of the family tends to have more girls

 

Assignment 2 – Choose an option

Option 1: Watch the movie “21” on Netflix and write a one-page paper about how the characters use their knowledge of probability to “beat the system.”

Option 2:  Take a sheet of paper and write the days of the week, Sunday – Saturday each on a line.  Use your cell phone and log how many texts you sent each day.  Make a time series Sunday through Saturday to display this data.

 

Algebra II – Honors

 

1. Graph the following Special Graphs.  If you have graph paper, put on graph paper, if not, draw your own x & y axis then sketch. y =  x 2.)y = - x 3.)y = x2 4.)y = -x2 5.)y = x3 6.)y = -x3 7.)y =1/x 8.)y = -1/x

9.)y =  10.)y = - 11.)y = |x|12.)y = - | x|

2. Compute these powers without a calculator.

Algebra II Powers to know without a calculator

22 =  23 =  24 =  25 =  26 =  27 =  28 =  29 =  210 =   32 =  33 =  34  = 35  =   42  = 43  = 44 =    52 =  53 =  54 =

62 =   63 =  64 =   72 =  73 =   82 =  83 =    92 = 93 =    102 = 103 = 104 =

 

Algebra II CP

·         Solve the following quadratic equations using a) Factoring & Zero Product Property, b) Completing the Square, and c) Quadratic Formula.  Note:  Each equation should be solved using all three methods.

1)         x2 - 4x – 5 = 0

2)         x2 - 10x + 21 = 0

3)         x2 + 2x - 143 = 0

4)         x2 - 2x = 24

5)         2x2 - 3x + 1 = 0

 

·         We have a new student in class named Ima Student.  Since we already reviewed solving multi-step linear equations from Algebra I, Ima needs to catch up.  I want you to help.  Write a letter to Ima introducing yourself to her and then explaining how to solve multi-step equations.  You want to include a diagram, number your steps or do something more creative.  The important point is that Ima must be able to solve linear equations using your explanation.  You may use the following example to illustrate/explain to her:  5(2x + 3) – 7 = 18

 

·         Design two mathematical bumper stickers, one funny and one serious.  Describe/explain the meaning of each sticker beneath the designs/pictures. 

 

·         Solve the following Floating Family Problem:  Mom, Dad and two kids must cross a river.  They find a boat, but it is so small that it can carry only one adult or two kids.  Thankfully both the kids are good rowers, but how can the whole family get across the river?  Don’t leave them floating along, give the solution and describe the problem-solving method used. 

 

 

Algebra III: (All levels)

(See Math Attachment)

Pre-Calculus:

(See Math Attachment)

 

 

Social Studies

World Geography

 

1.       Explain the following regarding Hurricanes:

a.       When is hurricane season?

b.       What is a hurricane?

c.        Where do hurricanes primarily form?

d.       What are two major zones that hurricanes frequent in the United States?

e.       What scales are hurricanes measure on?

2.       Explain the following about tornadoes:

a.       What is a tornado?

b.       Where did a tornado outbreak recently occur?

c.        What scales are tornadoes measured on?

d.       Define Dixie Alley

3.       Create a political cartoon depicting one person we have learned about in World Geography

a.        Examples: Francisco Pizarro, Leif Erickson, Slobodan Milosevic, Hernando Cortez

4.       Create a hamburger foldable comparing 2 civilizations we have studied: Must have 5 components each.

a.       Examples: Greeks, Romans, Aztecs, Maya, Inca, Vikings

5.       Create a 1 page journal entry: If you could live anywhere in the world where would you live and why? Explain that area in detail to the best of your ability.

6.       New York City, NY currently has a massive outbreak of COVID-19. Why do you think the outbreak has been more extreme here than in other places? Explain this in terms of population, density, weather and any other concept you can think of. You must do this in roughly 7-10 sentences.

 

Economics

 

1.       Choose 1 object you have previously purchased and explain in 15 sentences or more how the price of the good changed from when you initially bought it to now. List at least 3 factors that could have caused a change in price (rise or fall).

2.       Toilet paper is currently a hot commodity: Create a supply and demand curve to show how the supply and demand for toilet paper has changed since the beginning of the pandemic.

3.        Explain what an essential item is defined as. Can an item be essential at times and not at others? Choose 1 item that is currently more essential than it has ever been before. Explain this using the following 3 terms:   Example: Toilet paper is essential: Currently the supply of toilet paper is down, but the demand has steadily increased. As a result, the price of toilet paper has increased since the pandemic began.

a.       Supply

b.       Demand

c.        Price

4.       List 4 industries that have been deemed essential. Choose 1 career within at least 1 industry and explain why it is vital to our nation. Complete this in 6-8 sentences.

5.       Create a pro/con chart with 3 components for each on the following subject:

a.       Is it a good idea to raise minimum wage standards?

b.       What is the purpose of the stimulus check? Explain this in half a page.

Government

  • Explain the two main ways in which the Constitution can be amended, or changed.  Give examples where necessary.
  • Briefly give a description of each Amendment in the Bill of Rights.  Give examples of each along with a picture that represents each.
  • In 2 to 4 well thought out paragraphs write a brief position paper answering the following question:  If you were asked to keep only 3 of the Bill of Rights, which ones would you select and why?
  • The Articles of Confederation was our first National Government.  Using a political cartoon explain why The Articles did not work. If you choose not to create a cartoon, you may write a 1 page response to the same topic.
  • Explain the difference between the Federalists and the Anti-federalists in your own words.  Then list at least one person who represented each of these groups.  Lastly explain what the Federalist Papers are and tell who wrote them

 

World History

1.        We recently studied the Dark Ages which began about 1500 years ago and how the Church provided stability and security for the people during this time of uncertainty and despair. Who/What provides your stability and security during these uncertain times? In your writing make sure to give examples.

2.       Customs and traditions have been an important aspect of all past civilizations and societies. List some of these for at least two civilizations. How have your family’s customs and traditions been impacted during this time?

3.       Characteristics of a civilization are: advanced cities, specialized workers, advanced technology, record keeping and complex institutions (government, economy, religion). Give specific examples of how each of these characteristics is playing a key role in your life today in society as we fight against COVOD 19.

4.       Laws are a specific example of complex institutions designed to at times provide citizens with guidance on proper behavior. During this time of crisis, the government has and is imposing limits on our behavior.  Discuss the pros/cons of limiting groups to three people, food carry out and delivery, shelter in place and only essential business open.

5.       Create a 4 column and 5 row chart. List the 5 characteristics of a civilization stated in #3 along the left side. Across the top write 2 civilizations we have studied as well as modern civilization. Give an example of each characteristic from all 3 civilizations.

6.       Create a “Day in the Life of (your name)” cartoon with at least 5 slides depicting what your daily life is like which can be used as a historical account of the last few weeks of your freshmen year in high school.



U.S. History

- In President George Washington's Farewell Address in 1796, he cautioned the American public of many things that could potential endanger the United States. One of his warnings was of the creation of political parties.  Write an editorial or article from a citizens point of view about the presidents warning and explain whether or not YOU think Washington was correct in advising Americans of the dangers of political parties.  Give examples of how his warning could be valid in 2020.  

 

In May of 1787, 55 delegates attended the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia to discuss the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation.  The delegates were under the assumption that they were there to simply try and fix the Articles and return to their home state.  However, the process took many months of debating and compromising.  In the end the delegates began to draft and ratify a brand new Constitution.  The following is a quote by Benjamin Franklin stated after signing the new Constitution.  Please write a detailed explanation of that quote.

"I have often...looked at that sun behind the President [of the Convention] without being able to tell whether it was rising or setting; but now, at length, I have the happiness to know it is a rising, and not a setting Sun."  Benjamin Franklin

 

 

The Declaration of Independence was issued and declared the former British colonies as the new, independent United States of America.  This famous letter is basically made up of 4 main parts:

1.The Preamble

2. The Natural Rights of all citizens

3. A list of complaints against the Crown and British government

4. A formal declaration that the colonies were now free and independent

Write a one page essay stating which 1 of the 4 ideas expressed in the Declaration you feel is the most important and WHY.

 

 

Industry began to rise drastically in the U.S. as a result of many factors such as, new inventions, laissez-faire government, increase in population, and a new wave of entrepreneurs. All of these factors lead to many changes to our economy and society. The popular board game, Monopoly, is a good representation of the way life was and how businesses worked during that time period.  Create a new game based on those economic and social changes during the rise of industry and include a written explain of the connections it has to industrialization and urbanization. 

 

 

By the 1890's millions of immigrants from Europe and Asia had settled in the United States.  This caused a lot of nativism and prejudice against the newcomers from American citizens.  Create a political cartoon that illustrates the dislike of immigrants by Americans during this time.  Must include a title, an original drawing, and a caption.  

 

Create a timeline that shows all U.S. presidents from 1789-1841 that includes the presidents name, the political party they belonged to, and two major accomplishments during their time in office for each president.  Write a brief paragraph of the two candidates that will be running for the presidency in November and the political party they represent. 

 

Spanish

 SPANISH 1

Read the prompt and rewrite the assignment before you complete it. Refer to your notes and vocabularies covered in class.

Fill out your class schedule below.

                                  HORARIO DE CLASES

1er Periodo ________________________________________

2do Periodo _______________________________________

3er Periodo ________________________________________

4to Periodo ________________________________________

5to Periodo ________________________________________

6to Periodo ________________________________________

7mo Periodo _______________________________________

 

ACTIVIDAD - 2:

Now based on your class schedule rewrite the following paragraph and then fill in the blanks.

Yo _______________ estudiante del colegio _____________________.  Tengo ________ clases. Por la mañana tengo ___________________, __________________, ___________________ y ________________. Por la tarde tengo ______________, _______________ y _____________.  Para la clase de español necesito ________________________, _______________________, __________________, y _________________.  Mis profesores son ___________________ y mis _______________________ de clase son divertidos.  Me __________________ la clase de _______________________ porque es ______________________.

ACTIVIDAD - 3:

Read the prompt and rewrite the assignment below before you complete it. Refer to your notes and vocabularies covered in class.

Victor wrote a journal entry describing his school schedule. Read the paragraph, then write “Cierto” if each sentence below is true or “Falso” if it is false.

 

Tengo un montón de materias. Primero tengo biología a las ocho y media. Es una clase muy interesante y la profesora es divertida. Después tengo la clase de inglés. No me gusta. Es difícil. Tengo que escribir mucho. El almuerzo es a las once y media. Siempre tengo hambre a las once. Por la tarde tengo arte, historia y matemáticas. Mi materia preferida es la historia porque es como (like) un libro de aventuras.

_______________1. A Victor le gusta la historia.

_______________2. La clase de inglés es fácil.

_______________3. A Victor le gustan todas las clases.

_______________4. Victor tiene hambre a la hora del almuerzo.

_______________5. La clase de biología es aburrida.

 

ACTIVIDAD – 4:Learning Target:

I can communicate with a Spanish family and share information about me, my family, my friends, and my school life before I go visit them overseas.

 

An International Exchange

Write about the following situation.  You have been accepted as an exchange student in another country.  You will stay with a family there for a year, but they don’t know anything about you. Write a letter to your exchange family telling them about you, your family, your friends, and your life in school.

Requirements:

Make sure you open the letter with a greeting and close it with a farewell. Also, do not forget to write the date at the beginning of your letter. You will need to include the following:

 

·         Your identity, age, origin, residence, birthday, features, personality, appearance, likes, dislikes, wants, occupation.

·         Your high school name and description.

·         Your teachers and classes you have and what you think of them.

·         School schedule in the morning and afternoon.

·         Ask them questions (Yes/No and Specific) to find out about them.

 

Your letter should be in paragraph form and legible. Grammar and vocabulary will be checked as well as the requirements above.

Spanish 2:

 

All work must be done in Spanish.  You may email me at clocklear@chesterfieldschools.org.  I will respond to you.  You can submit your work digitally via photo or typed document.  Please be sure to include your name, class and class period, week and assignment title.  You do not have to wait to submit it all at once.  I will take it as you finish it. 

 

 

ACTIVIDAD 1:

Describe how the morning routine in your home has changed from pre-quarantine to quarantine.   You must include 10 different reflexive verbs and you must use at least 3 different subjects.  5 sentences should discuss what normally happens and 5 sentences should describe what happened the last few weeks.

 

ACTIVIDAD 2:

Draw a picture of you and your best friend.  It should not be stick figure as it must include enough detail to support your writing.

Write a description of you all, including how you are similar and how you are different. Think comparisons (more than, less than, equal, older, younger, better or worse).

 

ACTIVIDAD 3:

Pretend you are going to the grocery store and you are going to buy at least 10 items.  Then tell what you are going to cook with those items and why.

Example

Voy a la tienda y voy a comprar queso, pan, carne de res porque quiero cocinar las hamburguesas con queso.  Me gustan las hamburguesas con queso porque son deliciosas.  Las como con cebolla, tomate y lechuga.

 

ACTIVIDAD 4:

¿En cuál de las tiendas vas a comprar primero cuando la cuarentena termine? ¿Dónde vas a ir de compras primero? Escribe un diálogo entre un dependiente y un cliente en esta tienda.

 

ACTIVIDAD 5:

Teach a family member something you've learned in Spanish 2 this year.  I would suggest teaching a vocabulary topic (i.e. body, sports, etc.) Create an activity (quiz, worksheet, etc.) that shows they understand what you taught them.  Have them sign a paper saying that they completed the lesson and what they learned.  Take a photo of you teaching it and submit it.

 

ACTIVIDAD 6:

Haz tres actividades de esta lista. Saca fotos para documentarlas y mándemelas por correo electrónico.  You can create a photo collage.

Haz yoga./ Haz ejercicio./ Corre. /Camina / Juega a un deporte./ Toca música./ Pesca. / Lee un libro afuera de la casa./ Camina con tu perro./ Trabaja en el jardín./ Levanta pesas./ Monta en bicicleta./ Monta a caballo./ Patina.

 

ACTIVIDAD 7:

Draw the outline/floor plan of your house.  Label the rooms and write one sentence about the activities your family does in does rooms.

Example:

el baño- Me ducho cada noche en el baño.

 

ACTIVIDAD 8:

Email me at clocklear@chesterfieldschool.org In the email you should tell me how you are and what you are doing.  You must also ask me a question.  Be ready to receive a reply and answer back.

 

ACTIVIDAD 9:

Write a short paragraph about the things you miss during the quarantine and why.   Extraño- I miss

Example:

Extraño a mis amigos.  Quiero visitar con ellos en sus casas. Hablo con ellos por las aplicaciones SnapChat y HouseParty, pero los extraño mucho. 

 

 

 

 

Spanish 3 & 4:

Spanish 3 & 4

 

All work must be done in Spanish.  You may email me at clocklear@chesterfieldschools.org.  I will respond to you.  You can submit your work digitally via photo or typed document.  Please be sure to include your name, class and class period, week and assignment title.  You do not have to wait to submit it all at once.  I will take it as you finish it. 

 

Keep a daily journal for the rest of the quarantine.  It should be 3-5 sentences each day and should answer the following questions each day.  Feel free to add more as we have discussed many more grammar and vocabulary topics over the past 3 or 4 years.

 

1.  ¿Cómo estás hoy?

2.  ¿Qué hiciste hoy?

3.  ¿Qué comiste?

4.  ¿Qué tiempo hizo hoy?

 

ACTIVIDAD 1:  A viajar…

Escoge un lugar para visitar en México.  Debe ser un lugar con atracciones educativas y divertidas.  Dibuja una tira cómica de un viaje con tus compañeros de clase. La tira cómica necesita 10 fotos/cajas.  Incluye diálogo y pon una leyenda para describir el dibujo.

 

ACTIVIDAD 2:  Delicioso...

Dime como cocinar tu comida favorita.  Dime que necesito comprar y como preparar la comida.  Usa mandatos formales.

 

ACTIVIDAD 3:  La Salud…

Eres periodista para una revista de salud.  Escribe un artículo que discuta la salud.  Sé creativo y necesitas 3 fotos también para apoyar tu artículo.  Tiene que ser lógico, pero no tiene que usar palabras científicas.  Usa el vocabulario que sabes.

 

ACTIVIDAD 4:  Como las estrellas...

¿Quién es tu estrella favorita? ¿Quién es tu famoso favorito o famosa favorita? Escribe una entrevista entre tú y él o ella. Describe El famoso o la famosa ¿Por qué es famoso o famosa? Habla de sus éxitos.

 

ACTIVIDAD 5:  Soy el maestro o la maestra...

Enseña a un pariente de un tema (vocabulario va a ser más fácil) que nosotros aprendemos en Español tres o cuatro este año. Escribe o haz una actividad que muestra que ellos sepan lo que los enseñaste. Ellos necesitan firmar un papel que dice que ellos completaron la lección y lo que ellos aprendieron. También saca una foto de ustedes durante esta actividad.

 

ACTIVIDAD 6:  Quiero...

¿Qué extrañas más durante esta cuarentena?  ¿Qué vas a hacer primero cuando la cuarentena termine? ¿Por qué?

 

ACTIVIDAD 7:  Haz me el favor de....

Mándame un correo electrónico a clocklear@chesterfieldschools.org y dime cómo estás y que haces porque yo quiero saber. Me gusta escuchar de ustedes porque extraño a todos mis estudiantes.

 

ACTIVIDAD 8:  En el museo...

Escoge un artista o una artista que nosotros estudiamos este año y busca otra obra de él o ella. Incluye el enlace de la obra o una copia de la obra. Descríbela usando las palabras de arte y lo que aprendemos del arte.  Escribe por lo menos 5 oraciones. 

 

ACTIVIDAD 9:  Mi plan...

¿Qué empleo quieres tener en el futuro? ¿Qué educación necesitas? ¿Cómo vas a lograrlo? ¿Tienes un plan? Dímelo.

 

 

 

Career & Technology

Agriculture – (All Classes)

This week: continue SAE projects, find 10 leaves from trees -DRAW or trace the leaves on paper and  label the leaf drawings with the name of the tree. Next week: continue SAE projects and watch or read any agriculture related current event, then write at least 1/2 page covering the highlights of the topic.

 

Mechatronics –

Mechatronics 1

1.  Type a one-page double spaced essay describing the advantages or disadvantages of using various hand tools vs power tools. (Pneumatic vs hammer    Hand saw vs circular saw)

2.  List 10 safety rules for bandsaws. (Vertical, horizontal and portable hand held.)

 

Mechatronics 2 and 3

1.  Type a two-page double spaced essay on the topic “The History of Pneumatics”.

2.  List and describe at least 5 types of sensors and switches that you have used in class.

      Include how they work and give a “real world” application.

 

Mechatronics 3 Please email me the address to which you want your 10-HR OSHA Card sent.

 

Accounting 1

Primary

 Go to Knowledge Matters VB – Accounting complete Lesson 3- The General Ledger

Or Alternative

Write a one paper discussing why business keep financial records, the importance of accounting, and how accounting can be applied to personal life.  Give examples of accounting can be used in business and personal life.

Primary

 Go to Knowledge Matters VB – Accounting complete Lesson 4- Worksheets

Or Alternative

Write a one paper discussing the types of decisions that could be taken with the help of financial accounting in a business firm.

  Primary

 Go to Knowledge Matters VB – Accounting complete Lesson 8- Ratio Analysis

Or Alternative

Write a one paper discussing why business keep financial records, the importance of accounting, and how accounting can be applied to personal life.  Give examples of accounting can be used in business

 Primary

 Go to Knowledge Matters VB – Accounting complete Lesson 9 – Forensic Accounting

Or Alternative

Write a one paper discussing the types of decisions that could be taken with the help of financial accounting in a business firm.

 

Virtual Enterprise 1, 2 and 3

Primary

Go to Knowledge Matters VB – Fashion Complete Lesson 6 Window Display

Or Alternative

Write a one paper discussing four ways a business can advertise their business. Describe the ways and give me examples.  Also discuss the cost of the advertisement.   What are ways they can advertise that do not cost money.

 

Primary

Go to Knowledge Matters VB – Fashion Complete Lesson 7 Staffing

Or Alternative

Write a one paper discussing why it is important for entrepreneurs to make contributions to their community.  Give examples of ways entrepreneurs have contributed to their community.

 

Integrated Business Applications

1.       Primary

· Power P oint Module 3 Training 1-3 followed by Quiz 1-3 due 4/21 by midnight.

Or Alternative

· Create a presentation by hand using pictures, drawings, magazine cutouts laid out on paper. This should look like a PPT presentation just done by hand. The topic for this week is going to be hazards in the work place. You can pick the industry that you want for example, construction worker, plant worker, restaurant employee are just some industries that you can pick. There is a minimum of six slides you need to create (six sheets of paper). You should have headings and sub-headings on each slide with a brief description followed by talking notes on the back of each sheet of paper in its entirety. This should be everything you are going to say in the presentation to describe the slide. Some examples for hazards can be not using proper safety equipment like hard hats, protective eyewear, gloves. You should include if you see these hazards what precautions should be taken to prevent them.

2.       Primary

· Power Point Module 3 Training followed by Exam due 4/21 by midnight.

Or Alternative

· Create a presentation by hand using pictures, drawings, magazine cutouts laid out on paper. This should look like a PPT presentation just done by hand. The topic for this week is going to be YOU. You need to present yourself what your hobbies are, what types of food you enjoy, your favorite movies or music are topics you can discuss. Have fun use drawings, pictures, cutouts that you can find to describe your different interest. This is very similar to the week before and you need to include headings and subheadings, as well as talking points on the back to describe each slide in entirety. This should include everything you are going to say on the slide

 

 

 

Law Enforcement (All classes) – Use any media source you have to complete the following:

                                                                     

1.        LIST AND EXPLAIN THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF FIREARM SAFETY.

2.       WRITE A SHORT SUMMARY EACH DAY ABOUT ANY LOCAL NEWS EVENTS THAT INVOLVE ANY TYPE CRIMINAL ACTIVTY, AND YOUR OPINION OF THAT CRIME.

3.       WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION AND HOW WERE THEY EXPLAINED IN HUNTER EDUCATION.

4.       EXPLAIN THE BASIC FIRST-AID RESPONSE TO THE FOLLOWING INJURIES: BROKEN BONE, BURNS, SNAKEBITE, AND BLEEDING.

5.       USING YOUR NOTES, EXPLAIN THE STEPS FOR COLLECTING A FINGER PRINTING.

6.       EXPLAIN HOW LAW ENFORCEMENT CAN USE IMPRESSION EVIDENCES AT A CRIME SCENE. HOW DO YOU COLLECT IMPRESSION EVIDENCE?       

7.        

Health Science – (All classes)

 

Biotechnology is the use of genetic and biochemical processes from living organisms to develop/modify into useful products. GMO ( genetically modified organisms) are currently being used in agriculture, food production, energy and medicine.

1. Look at food products in your cabinet for symbol (GMO). List as many products that have  GMO on them. (Hint: symbol is small). (Hint: peanuts/seedless watermelon/ corn have been genetically modified).

2: Based on what you know, explain what GMO means to you; create pros/cons for GMO food products; synthesize and give your opinion for the increase # of peanut allergies since GMO’s were initiated; and draw your conclusion about GMO’s and a person’s resistance to antibiotics.

3: Write a 250 word essay describing how you maintain physical, emotional, social, mental and spiritual wellness while out of school.

Be sure to include specific examples for each type of wellness and support your rationale.

 

Physical Education

PE1

Keep a daily fitness log of your physical activity.  Each days’ log should start with stretching (like we do in class), 20 jumping jacks, 20 pushups and 20 sit ups.  After that, include any other activity that you may do.  Please log the time of day it was done, amount done, and how long you did each activity. 

 

PE 2 – Complete the following each day.

 

Dynamic Warm Up

 

Jump Squats                          4x15

Alternating V Ups                4x20

Standing Lunges                  4x20

Knee Cups                             4x25

Air Squats                              4X20

Single Leg Hip Raises           4x10 each side

Front Bridge                          4x60 seconds

 

Plyometrics

  • Hops every stair 4x’s up and down
  • Hops every other stair 4x’s
  • Hops every 3 stairs 4x’s
  • Right foot hops every stair 4x
  • Left foot hops every stair 4x
  • Running up every stair 4x’s
  • Running up every other stair 4x’s
  • Running up every 3 stairs 4x’s

 

 

 

Visual and Performing Arts

Digital Art/Digital Multimedia (no internet required)

 

1. (If you have internet access)  Answer a few quick questions  at https://nicolegulledge.wixsite.com/ramzart> Art Survey

 

2. Surreal Animal College 

Make a surreal collage of an animal using shapes in magazines. Use items such as textures, words, hands, feet, eyes, mouth/beaks, various shapes, etc.  Glue onto a background such as paper, newspaper, cardboard, etc.

 

3. Mud Painting 

Mix up some mud and do a painting!  Your painting should show lights and darks and can even have some texture (just note that if it’s too thick it will pop off).  Vary your shades by adjusting the water amount.  Use a paint brush, cotton swab, fingers, or any other tool you think might work.  Get creative!

 

Digital Art and Design /  Digital Multimedia   (includes activities with the use of internet)

Mrs. Gulledge’s Class Folder (Look in “Shared with Me” on the left-hand side if you do not see it)

 

Art 1 and Art 2

1.  (If you have internet access)  Answer a few quick questions  at https://nicolegulledge.wixsite.com/ramzart> Art Survey

 

 

 

Value wash2.  Fruit Drawing on Value Wash 

Using coffee or tea, create a value wash on a piece of paper. (newspaper, notebook paper, gift wrap, etc) 

 

Once the wash dries, draw a fruit or vegetable from your kitchen with a pencil or  black pen.  Show shading with either blending, hatching, or cross-hatching.

 

Turn in options:

-at school

-email your picture to ngulledge@chesterfieldschools.org 

-turn in to DropBox at nicolegulledge.wixsite.com/ramxart > turn it in

 

 

 

still life3.  Still-Life Drawing

On any surface (paper, cardboard, newspaper, etc), draw (4) objects from your house that have been arranged in an interesting way.  Include shading.  You can use a cotton swab, a tissue or your finger to blend.

 

Turn in options:

-at school

-email your picture to ngulledge@chesterfieldschools.org 

-turn in to DropBox at nicolegulledge.wixsite.com/ramxart > turn it in

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Music /Band/Chorus

(See Music attachment)

 

Other

Courtney

Write a ½ page paper on each of these.

1.       What is your favorite tv show?  Explain why you like it.

2.       Would you rather jump out of a plane or go scuba diving?  Explain.

3.       Do you consider yourself a dog person, a cat person, both, or neither?  Explain why.

4.       Describe how your life has changed the past 3-5 years.

 

Law Education

Law Ed— Please Watch/Read the news over the next to weeks and write a 1 page paper

Expressing your opinion on how the government has handled this Virus Situation.

Give examples of laws put in place and changes to what the public can and can not do

 

Sociology

  • Instinct, Culture, and Learned Behaviors:  Have you ever been told you have a smile that looks just like your mother’s?  Or that you resemble a sibling or other family member? Make a list of how you resemble someone in your family. Now, make a list of how you and your friends are alike. Then, answer the following questions: Do your parents dislike the music that you prefer? Do you think the majority of students dress a certain way because it is popular with their friends? Why do you think this is?
  • Society:  people living within define territorial borders and sharing a common culture. The 4 types of preindustrial societies are Hunting and Gathering, Horticultural, Pastoral, Agricultural. Choose a preindustrial society create a cartoon on the following topic: “A day in the life of a preindustrial society” If you choose not to create a cartoon, you may write a 1 page response to the same topic.
  • Ethnocentrism is judging of others culture in terms of one’s own cultural standards. This takes place when others learn their culture and become so imbedded to it that they cannot imagine any other way of life. Explain three examples of this from your own life in a brief paragraph. Then explain how this could be both good and bad for our society. 

 

 

School Shared Document Folder

 

English

English I (All levels)

1.        Continue Corona Virus Journals--- The times we now find ourselves in are truly historic.  No one has experienced times like this.  For the next two weeks, write your own personal journals of your observations/experiences.  Explain in detail what you are going through, what you are giving up since your daily routines have been disrupted, what you are most concerned about, etc.  You may also include reactions to how others you have observed are behaving.   Be as detailed as possible.  These journal entries may be ½ page each over several days or you can do a full page each time.  What you turn in to me must total two pages for this week and two for next week.  This will be given back to you at some point for you to keep.  It will be interesting to look back on this years from now!   

2.       Write one sentence for each word listed below that illustrates your understanding of the correct usage for the word.   

        There, their, they’re---its, it’s--your, you’re, whose, who’s---to, too, two 

3.        Look up the definitions for each of the following words. Write the definition and then use each word correctly in a sentence. 

        Xenophobia, claustrophobia, acrophobia, eulogy, devour, wary, disarray, tragedy, pyromania, nocturnal 

4.       Read daily for 20-30 minutes.  You may read anything you wish—a book (fiction or nonfiction), an article on any subject from a magazine, newspaper, or something on the internet.  Write a five sentence (or longer) reaction to what you have read. 

English II (All levels)

Mrs. Lee's Class folder

  • Define the following words: ambiguous, clandestine, omnipotent, pseudonym, quotidian, reciprocal, tempestuous, usurp, validity, winnow. Write a sentence with each word. Choose five of the words and find a synonym and antonym for them. ***There are two worksheets for this assignment in the class folder if you’d like to use them.
  • Continue to read 20-30 minutes daily (M-F).  Continue to record your reading by writing the date and one of the following: a one-sentence summary of what you read, a new word you learned and its definition, or a fact you learned.  A printable log can be found in my class folder if you’d like to use it, but you are welcome to use a piece of notebook paper.
  • Find an article from a magazine, newspaper or an online news website or magazine.  Read the article and complete an article of the week response following the guidelines we always use in class. ***Those guidelines and an article you can use are in my class folder if you’d like to use them.
  • Read the following paragraph and correct any grammar, spelling, punctuation, or capitalization errors you find.
    When quarantine is over everyone are going to be running to Restaurants and Stores. The first place I want to go is a mexican restaurant I will order fajitas and cheese dip.  I will eat chips and salsa until i cant anymore.  Next I will go too Target.  I will walk down every isle.  And drink a Starbucks drink while browsing.  Shopping will take me at least 2 hours.  When I leaf their I will go to Chick-fil-A and order a chocolate milkshake waffle fries and four-peace chicken nugget.  I will take my milkshake to Hobby Lobby.  Drank it while I bye lots of craft supplies I dont need.  It will be the Best day ever!  ***There is a worksheet for this assignment in the class folder.
  • Write a response of at least 400 words to the following question: If you could go back in time and talk to your sixth-grade self, what would you tell him/her?  Is there a specific piece of advice you could give yourself to improve your life?  If you were able to give yourself this advice, how would your life be different now? Remember that your response should have an introduction and conclusion.  (If you want to be creative, you can write this as a fictional time-travel story instead of an essay, but that is not required.)

 

 

English III (All levels)

1.       Watch the morning or evening news and answer these questions about any article:  a.  What is the title?  B.  What is the subject?          C.  Is this article fact or opinion                        D.  Summarize the article in 5-8 sentences.

2.       Watch a 30 minute or one hour television drama or sit-com.  On a sheet of paper, answer the following:  a.  title                      b.  plot summary                  c. conflicts (internal and external)

3.       Read a magazine or newspaper article (online or print).  Pay attention to the following:  Who is it about?  What is it about?  Where did it take place?     When did it take place?                     Write a 8 sentence summary that answers the above questions and summarize the article.

4.       Vocabulary Words:  Copy the definitions and write an original sentence with each:  effervescent; garish; indignant; infallible; jaundice; lofty; pecuniary; prodigious; recondite; rebuttal.

5.       Write a letter to your teacher telling him or her what you have been doing during your time off from school.

6.       Write a paragraph describing your dream vacation.

 

1.        

English IV (All levels)

Shared Document Folder

1.       Read “Witness for the Prosecution” by Agatha Christie and answer the reading questions as you read.  *The short story and reading questions are in the folder above.

 

2.      Continue to read for a minimum of 20 minutes a day (this can be anything – novel, magazine/newspaper article, online blogs, etc.).  From your independent reading, find two quotes that are interesting to you and explain why you chose each in approximately 125 words.

 

3.      Define the following words and write a complete sentence with each:  innocuous, credulity, didactic, pretentious, facetious, vehement, equivocal, ignominy, rife, decorum, interminable, impetuous, surfeit, platitude, and verisimilitude.

 

4.       Create a resume based on the life of any fictional or non-fictional character, from TV, history, literature, or myth.  The resume should include an objective, education, work experience, qualifications/skills, and references.  You can make up contact information.  Be creative!

 

5.       Read “Musée des Beaux Arts” by W. H. Auden. 
http://www.english.emory.edu/classes/paintings&poems/auden.html
Answer the following questions about the poem.

  1. What was Auden’s inspiration for this poem?  Why did this inspire the speaker?
  2. What does Musée des Beaux Arts mean?
  3. What is the ironic contrast in the first four lines?
  4. Lines 5-13 refer to two other nearby paintings, perhaps by Bruegel, perhaps by other Old Masters.  Based on hints in these lines, what events do you think are portrayed in these two paintings?  How do the bystanders in the paintings respond to these events? 
  5. What do the plowman and the ship do when Icarus falls into the sea and drowns?  How do these actions relate to details in the first four lines?
  6. Re-read lines 14-21 of the poem.  Has Auden correctly interpreted the meaning of Bruegel’s painting?  Use evidence from both the text and the painting to support your ideas.
  7. What do you think is the overall theme of the poem?  Which lines in the poem do you think are most important?

 

 

Teacher Cadet

  1. Improving Classroom Discipline
  2. Education in the News 

 

 

 

 

Science

Earth Science

Option 1:

1.       Complete Khan Academy assignments for “Intro to Ecosystems,” “Biogeochemical cycles,” and “Biogeography.”

Option 2:

1.  Biodiversity is a word that describes the variety of living beings on earth. Biodiversity also refers to the number of different species living within a particular region. Humans have upset the balance of biodiversity in many areas on Earth. One that stands out is the deforestation of tropical rainforests. Once these forests are cut down, the area turns into a desert (desertification). Why is it so important to maintain Earth's biodiversity? Give two reasons. 

 2.  Ice cores are drilled from ice sheets in the glaciers and ice caps of polar region and can provide historic data about an area. Describe three pieces of information that can be provided by an analysis of ice cores. Identify two areas where ice cores with the deepest ice and most comprehensive data can be obtained 

 3.  Forecasters and storm spotters have learned to recognize certain thunderstorm features and structure that make tornado formation more likely. Some of these are visual cues, like the rear-flank downdraft, and others are particular patterns in radar images. List the characteristics that would define a severe thunderstorm.  Describe the difference between a tornado watch and a tornado warning.  

Chemistry

1.       The melting point of paradichlorobenzene is 53.0° C.  In a laboratory activity, two students try to verify this value.  The first student records 51.5°C, 53.5°C, 55.0°C, 52.3°C, and 54.2°C.  The second student records 52.3°C, 53.2°C, 54.0°C, 52.5°C, and 53.5°C.

a.       Calculate the average value for each of the two students.

b.       Calculate the percent error for each student

c.        Which student is most precise? Most accurate? Explain.

2.       Create a chart that compares physical and chemical properties.  Give two examples for each type of property

3.       Prepare a brochure on the properties, uses, abundance, method of mining and purifying, costs and other pertinent information about an element.  You can choose any element you would like.

Biology 1

Option 1:   

USA Testprep Assignment List (Weeks 6-8).  Try to average at least a 70%. 

 Option 2:
1.  A combination of many observations has documented a wide range of changes in our climate. Discuss what environmental scientists have inferred about climate change based on their observations. Include the following topics: 
-Impact of greenhouse gases 
-Significance of human activity 
-Long term implications 

2.  European rabbits strongly prefer living in burrows. The rabbits are introduced to an island off the US coast. The island has resident populations of seabirds such as puffins, which also use the burrows for nesting and incubation. 
Explain how the seabird populations are likely to respond to a sharp increase in the European rabbit population on the island. 

Biology 2

Complete number 1 or number two completely:

1.        Complete Khan Academy Units, “Classical and molecular genetics” and “DNA as the genetic material.”

2.       Write as essay addressing ALL of the following elements of genetics (Chapter 14-17):

a.       Name and discuss Mendel’s two laws of inheritance.

b.       Discuss the laws of probability and how they govern Mendelian genetics.

c.        How is complex inheritance the same and different from simple Mendelian inheritance? Use at least one example of each.

d.       Discuss how chromosomal inheritance relates to Mendelian inheritance.

e.       How are sex-linked traits inherited differently from autosomal traits?

f.         How can an alteration of the chromosome number effect an organism? Give at least three different examples.

g.       Describe the structure of DNA in detail.  Be sure to include the nucleotide structure and how the different parts of the nucleotides are bonded together.

h.       Discuss in detail how the DNA is organized into a chromosome.  Be sure to give the different levels of organization.

i.         Discuss the steps of DNA replication and its importance to a cell.

j.         Discuss how a gene is used to make a protein.  Be sure to include the steps of transcription and translation.

 

 

Math

Algebra I

SHEETS ATTACHED AT THE END OF THE PACKET and in the Shared Document Folder

 

Complete worksheets 155/156 on slope-intercept form.

Complete worksheets 161/162 using the graphing method.

 

Write a final letter to Mrs. Tucker.  Tell me how your year as a whole has gone.  What did you enjoy before the COVID-19 pandemic and what have you missed since all of this has happened.  Your letter does not have to be just about the class.  I miss all of you and cannot wait to hear from you and to see you again!  Please take care and be safe in all that you do 😊

 

 

 

Foundations in Algebra/Intermediate Algebra

SHEETS ATTACHED AT THE END OF THE PACKET and in the Shared Document Folder

 

Geometry (All levels)

Honors Geometry:

  1. A and C are the endpoints of a line segment and the distance between them is 56in. B is between them. The ratio of AB: BC is 9:5. Find the length of AB and BC.
  2. The perimeter of a triangle is 85in. The ratio of the sides is 4: 6: 7. Find the length of the sides of the triangle.
  3. Tucker is playing golf and he makes a 58 foot putt. Assuming the ball travels at a constant rate and the ball takes 7.42 seconds to travel the 58 feet, how fast is the ball traveling in MPH?

4.       A 30ft ladder leans against a house and makes an angle of 74o with the ground. How far up the house does the ladder reach? How far away from the house is the Ladder?

  1. A plane flying into Cheraw International Airport is 7,500ft in the air when it starts its descent. The plane travels 24,250ft (diagonally) before it lands. What is the angle of depression that the plane makes when it begins its descent?
  2. List three things you enjoyed about Geometry this year and three things I can do better as a teacher.

Geometry:

  1. Draw 5 different shapes. Classify them as strictly as possible. Tell whether they are concave or convex. Circle the largest angle. Shade the longest side.
  2. Draw 5 different segments. Measure them in inches and centimeters. Find the midpoint.
  3. List three things you enjoyed about Geometry this yar and three things I can do better as a teacher.

4.       Convert 32 feet/second into miles/hour.

  1. Two triangles are similar. The scale factor between them is 4:7, find the length of the corresponding side of the bigger triangle if the side of the smaller triangle is 10cm.
  2. Draw two similar rectangles and two similar triangles.

 

Probability & Statistics

 

Select a newspaper or magazine or online article that involves a statistical study and write a paper answering the following questions:

a)      - Is the study descriptive or inferential in nature?  Explain your answer.

b)     -  What are the variables used in the study?  In your opinion, what level of measurements was used to obtain the data from the variables.

c)      - Does the article define the population?  If so, how is it defined?  If not, how could it be defined?

d)      - Does the article state the sample size and how the sample was obtained?  If so, explain the size of the sample and how it was selected.  If not, suggest a way it could have been obtained.

e)       -Explain  in your own words what procedure (survey, comparison of groups, etc.) might have been used to determine the study’s conclusions.

f)        -Do you agree or disagree with the conclusions?  State your reason.

Prob & Stats (continued)

 

 

Statistical Reasoning                                                                                                          

There is a new high school opening up in town and they need a football team. You have been put in charge of designing everything the team needs other than players. You will design and draw a stadium layout that includes at least 500 seats (all of which must be drawn on your blueprints). Be creative when it comes to stadium and team design. You will also have to write up a method to award prizes and survey the crowd at the first game. To help you get started:

State:____________________                                                        City:______________________

School Name: ____________________                                        Nickname for team: ____________________            

School Colors: ____________________                                       Stadium type: ____________________       

Now you will design you stadium on a sheet on poster paper(or any paper you have available). Be sure to include the following.

1.)     _____ Field with yard lines, end zones and team logo in color.

2.)     _____ 500 seats with sections, rows and seat numbers. This is a lot so plan carefully and take your time.

3.)     _____ A description of how you will award 5 prizes to random people in the stands at the first game.

4.)     _____ A list of the 5 prize winners from #3. These seats should be highlighted on your blue prints.

5.)     _____ A description of how you will survey a stratified random sample of 10 fans.

6.)     _____ A list of the people surveyed in #5. These seats should be highlighted in a different color.

7.)     _____ A description of how you will survey a larger group using a cluster method. The number of surveys will vary.

8.)     _____ A list of the people surveyed in #7. These seats should be highlighted in a third different color.      

9.)     _____ Be Neat and Creative.

Example of what a section might look like is in the Shared Document Folder. Place these types of sections around your stadium until you have 500. Be sure to number seat, rows and sections.                   

 

 

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Algebra II – Honors

 Use the given quadratic formula to solve the equations.  Write all answers in simplest form, do not use decimals.1)3x2+5x+1=0 2)x2+10x+2=0 3)x2+3x -7=0 4)x2 -8x +1=0 5)2x2 -x + 2=0 6)3x2-x+8=0 7)4x2 + 3x + 2=0 8)3x2-4x+1=0 9)2x2+5x-14=0 10)2x2-2x+3=0 11)x2+6x+12=012)-5x2+7x-3=0

Sketch each graph, too.

 

Algebra II Honors

Dividing Polynomials

 

Simplify.

 

  1.                                                                                                 2.

 

 

  3. (–30y + 12– 18y) ÷ (–6y)                                                        4. (–6– 3 + 4w + 5z÷(2z)

 

 

  5. (4– 8+ )                                                                                     6.

 

 

  7.                                                                                                         8.

 

 

  9. (– 64) ÷ (a – 4)                                                                                         10. ( + 27) ÷ (b + 3)

 

                                               

11.                                                                                                     12.      

                               

13. (3 + 7– 4w + 3) ÷ (w + 3)                                                                 14. (6 + 15– 28–6) ÷ (y + 2)

 

 

15. (– 3– 11 + 3x + 10) ÷ (x – 5)                                                         16. (3 + m – 1) ÷ (m + 1)

 

 

17. (– 3 + 5x – 6)(x + 2)–1                                                                         18.

 

 

19.                                                                                                        20.

 

 

Algebra II CP

SHEETS ATTACHED AT THE END OF THE PACKET

 

 

Complete worksheets 84/86.

Complete worksheets 87/88.

Complete worksheets 222/223.

 

 

 

Algebra III: (All levels)

SHEETS ATTACHED AT THE END OF THE PACKET and in the Shared Document Folder

 

Pre-Calculus:

SHEETS ATTACHED AT THE END OF THE PACKET and in the Shared Document Folder

 

Social Studies

World Geography

 

-          - What do the following have in common? List 2 things: Quito, Ecuador/ La Paz, Bolivia/ Bogota, Colombia.

-         - List 5 recognized bodies of water and star the largest

-          -Draw a map illustrating the route you take to get to school. Please indicate North, South, East, and West

-         - List 2 ways the East Coast varies from the West Coat

-         - List 3 ways North America varies from South America

 

Economics

 

-         - Needs vs. Wants: Suppose you are a freshmen at college, and have a part time job that earns you $350.00 a month. You live in a dorm room and have a paid meal plan at the college cafeteria. Identify 3 needs you may have in college. Identify 3 wants you may have in college. Explain in 2-5 sentences how you will manage your needs and wants on $350.00 a month?

 

-          -List 3 items you recently purchased. Explain the opportunity cost of purchasing each item.

 

 

-          -Write 2-3 sentences on why some goods are more valuable than others?

 

-          -What effect do limited resources and unlimited wants have on an economy? * Give 1 example of a limited resource

 

 

-         - What is the trade-off of choosing to enter the workforce after graduation in comparison to attending a four year university? * List 3 Trade-Offs

 

-         - Kim Jong-Un is the current dictator of North Korea. News reports indicated last week that he had died. However, other reports have since circulated that indicated this was incorrect. What impact would his death have on the economy of North Korea and potentially the world if this is correct? * Give 2 ways his potential death could impact the North Korean and world economy.

 

Government

  • Now that you know, what gov’t is and the main purposes of it, how do you think it started? Using the following theories: Force Theory, Evolutionary Theory, Divine Right Theory, Social Contract Theory complete the following for each theory: Describe the theory in detail using your own words. Give an example. Do you agree that this theory is possible?  Why or why not?  (Not necessarily the one that happened, but could it have happened?). Create some type of drawing, graphic, or symbol that helps represent the theory of government.
  • No two governments have, or ever will be, alike.  Different people means different thoughts and ideas. Name two countries with a Democracy besides the United States.  Then explain how the democracy in the United States is different than the two listed.
  • The following are the 5 Basic Concepts of Democracy.  Recalling what you know, please explain each one in your own words.  Then explain why it is important to Democracy.

1.       Worth of the Individual, 2.Equality of All Persons, 3.Majority Rules, Minority Rights, 4.Necessity of Compromise, 5.Individual Freedom

  • Complete a current event for each of the next three weeks (3 in total).  These should be at least one paragraph long.  You can use a newspaper, magazine article, news cast or watch CNN 10(www.cnn.com/cnn10).  This current event should be constructed with 4-6 sentences describing and summarizing the information.  Then the last 2-3 sentences please tell me why you picked this current event and why you find it important for us to know about.

 

 

World History

  1. Draw at least 5 artifacts with captions from different civilizations. Draw at least 5 items that are representative of your life that can one day be used as artifacts. Caption each with an explanation of how it is used and the importance of each.
  2. Make a chart and list at least 10 facts you can recall about each of these civilizations: Egypt, Sumer, Indus, China Greece and Rome.
  3. In a well-thought page essay compare and contrast life in Roman Empire to life in the Dark Ages.
  4. As people became more advanced there was a need for writing. Create an alphabet using symbols. Write at least 5 sentences of at least 6 words using the symbols. Interpret each into English.
  5. We have studied a great deal about the area around the Mediterranean Sea. Discuss at least 10 facts that show the importance of this sea.

Create a timeline using these dates (all are BC) and this information. Remember to use segments and time periods of equal spacing. Alexander the Great: 356-323, Pericles ruler of Athens: 495-429, Caesar: 100-44, Ramses II: 1304-1214, Darius the Great: 550-487, Cyrus the Great: 601-530, Hatshepsut rule: 1479-1458, King Tut: 1334

U.S. History

 

. The 18th Amendment granted federal and state governments the power to enforce Prohibition ( movement to outlaw alcohol) Create a cause and effect T chart to describe the causes of making alcohol illegal and the effects that amendment actually had on the United States.

 

During WWI the U.S. government used propaganda very heavily to continue to gather American support for the war effort. We examined many of the posters and pamphlets published during that time in class. Choose one of the following to create an illustrated and captioned poster.

-Enlisting in the Armed Forces

-Rationing and Conserving food for the troops

-Selling of Liberty Bonds (American loaning money to the government)

-Women taking over noncombat roles

Remember, the goal of your poster is to gain support from the public to help the U.S. win the war.

 

 

 

In 1909 African Americans such as WEB DuBois and Ida Wells and several white reformers founded the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.  The NAACP attacked racial discrimination and fought against segregation.  You are one of the founders of the NAACP and some of the other members have requested that you write a speech to help recruit new memberships. Your speech should provide information on why the NAACP was initially formed, what you hope the organization will achieve, and why others should join.  

 

 

US HISTORY (continued)

 

 

 

Revolutionary Tea

 

There was an old lady lived over the sea

And she was an Island Queen.
Her daughter lived off in a new countries,
With an ocean of water between;
The old lady's pockets were full of gold
But never contented was she,
So she called on her daughter to pay her a tax

|: Of three pence a pound on her tea. :| 

 

2. "Now mother, dear mother," the daughter replied,
"I shan't do the thing you ax.
I'm willing to pay a fair price for the tea,
But never the three penny tax."
"You shall," quoth the mother, and reddened with rage,
"For you're my own daughter, you see,
And sure, 'tis quite proper the daughter should pay
|: Her mother a tax on her tea." :|

3. And so the old lady her servant called up
And packed off a budget of tea;
And eager for three pence a pound, she put
In enough for a large family.
She order'd her servants to bring home the tax,
Declaring her child should obey,
Or old as she was, and almost woman grown,

|: She'd half whip her life away. :| 

 

4. The tea was conveyed to the daughter's door,
All down by the ocean's side;
And the bouncing girl pour'd out every pound
In the dark and boiling tide.
And then she called out to the Island Queen,
"O mother, dear mother," quoth she,
"Your tea you may have when 'tis steep'd enough
|: But never a tax from me." :|

 

The poem above was written by an anonymous author describing their feelings towards the political conflict between the colonists and the British Parliament.  Please answer the following questions using complete sentences.

  1. Whom do the characters in the poem represent?
  2. What are the expectations of the mother toward the daughter and the daughter toward the mother?
  3. Which events are described in the poem?

 

During the Progressive Era women, in mass numbers, started a movement to demand equal rights, especially the right to vote. (suffrage) Write a letter from the perspective of a woman between 1918 and 1920.  Your letter is to one of the senators in congress who voted against suffrage for women in 1918.  List reasons and examples, including obvious inequities between men and women, and explain why women deserve the right to vote. 

 

Think about the various units and topics that we have covered and discussed in U.S. History this year.  Write and explain to me what was your favorite topic and why.  What is the most important thing you learned this year in class that you will take with you and/or never forget.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spanish

 SPANISH 1

 

For the next five activities use the same family tree in the Shared Document Folder

ACTIVIDAD – 1: Please rewrite the prompt (including family tree) before completing it.

According to the family tree below, mark each sentence C for cierto (true) or F for falso (false). Correct the false sentences.

                                                                  La familia de Leticia

1.________ Javier es el padre de Armando. __________________________________________

2.________ Tony es el hijo de Javier y Susana. ________________________________________

3.________ Roberto es el hermano de Teresa. ________________________________________

4.________ Leticia es la prima de Nancy. ____________________________________________

5.________ Leticia es la hija de Andrés y Juana. _______________________________________

 

ACTIVIDAD – 2: Please rewrite the prompt before completing it.

 

                                              Las relaciones familiares (kinship)

Look at Leticia’s family tree and write complete Spanish sentences expressing the relationships (kinship) between people. Example: Julio/Teresa:  Julio es el abuelo de Teresa.

1.Juan y Julio/Roberto____________________________________________________________

2.Julia y Samuel/Teresa___________________________________________________________

3.Julia/Nancy___________________________________________________________________

4.Juana/Javier__________________________________________________________________

5.Teresa/Julia___________________________________________________________________

 

ACTIVIDAD – 3: Please rewrite the prompt before completing it.

 

                                                      La familia de Teresa

Look at Leticia’s family tree from Teresa’s perspective. Mark each sentence C for cierto (true) or F for falso (false). Correct the false statements in complete Spanish sentences.

1.________ Tony es mi tío. _______________________________________________________

2.________ Julio y Anita son mis abuelos ____________________________________________

3.________ Leticia y Nancy son mis primas. __________________________________________

4.________ Roberto es mi hermano. ________________________________________________

5.________ Andrés es mi tío. ______________________________________________________

 

ACTIVIDAD – 4: Please rewrite the prompt before completing it.

 

                                                          La familia de Tony y Johnny

Look at the same family tree and complete the Spanish sentences in order to identify each person in relation to Tony and Johnny. Use possessive adjectives and family nouns of kinship.

1.Susana es ____________________________________________________________________

2.Juan y Amalia son _____________________________________________________________

3.Armando y Juana son __________________________________________________________

4.Javier es _____________________________________________________________________

5.Roberto es ___________________________________________________________________

 

ACTIVIDAD – 5: Please rewrite the prompt before completing it.

 

                                                       La familia de Leticia

Leticia is describing her family for a class project. Help her complete the description using possessive adjectives (mi/mis/tu/tus).

Mi familia no es muy grande. Roberto y Nancy son __________ hermanos. Roberto es __________ hermano y Nancy es __________ hermana. Nosotros no tenemos muchos primos. __________ padre tiene una hermana, y __________ madre tiene dos hermanos. __________ tíos son simpáticos. Me gusta hablar con __________ primos. __________ prima Teresa es cómica, y __________ primos Tony y Johnny son divertidos.  ¿Cómo es __________ familia?

 

 

Week Seven (5-13th to 5-22nd)

 

ACTIVIDAD – 6: Please rewrite the prompt before completing it.

 

                                                               La familia Borbón-Grecia

Based on the text below, sketch a family tree using the names of the family members, the symbol “+”, and vertical and horizontal lines connecting them appropriately. Remember the symbol “+” in between two people stands for marriage/union, and a vertical line connected to a horizontal line coming from that marriage/union stands for children/off springs.

 

UPDATED TEXT - Please use this text instead. It has been corrected.

 

La Familia Borbón-Grecia

Esta es la familia española. No es una familia mediana o pequeña. Es una familia grande. Hay tres generaciones en esta familia. Juan Carlos y Sofía son los abuelos y tienen tres hijos, dos mujeres llamadas Elena y Cristina, y un hombre llamado Felipe. Los nietos de Sofía y Juan Carlos son los niños Felipe, Victoria, Juan, Pablo, Miguel, Irene, Leonor y Sofía. Cristina es la esposa de Iñaki y ellos son los padres de Irene, Miguel, Pablo y Juan. Felipe es el esposo de Letizia y ellos tienen dos hijas llamadas Leonor y Sofía. Elena tiene un esposo llamado Jaime y sus hijos son Felipe y Victoria. Las tías de Leonor y Sofía son Elena y Cristina. Miguel es el sobrino de Felipe y también es el primo de Felipe. Los hermanos de Irene son Pablo, Miguel y Juan. Hay muchas personas en esta familia y son bastante guapos.

 

 

Spanish 2:

SHEETS ATTACHED AT THE END OF THE PACKET and in the Shared Document Folder

 

 

Spanish 3 & 4:

SHEETS ATTACHED AT THE END OF THE PACKET and in the Shared Document Folder

 

Career & Technology

Agriculture – (All Classes)

Students should finalize SAE projects, take photos of your work to include with your SAE project. If you are unable to print a photo, students can draw it. Please calculate your total hours and any money involved with your project. Write these totals at the bottom of the last page of your SAE forms. If students cannot access the SAE form due to no internet, then students can hand write the information and turn that in. 

 

Law Enforcement (All classes) – Use any media source you have to complete the following:

1.      1.   PLEASE REMEMBER YOUR DRUG RESEARCH PAPERS ARE DUE (TEST GRADE)

 

2.       2.  EACH DAY I WANT YOU TO WRITE A SHORT SUMMARY ABOUT ANY LOCAL NEWS EVENTS THAT INVOLVE ANY TYPE CRIMINAL ACTIVTY, AND YOUR OPITION OF THAT CRIME.

 

3.       3.  DRAW A LAYOUT OF A CRIME SCENE WITH A VICTIM AND WEAPON, USING A ROOM IN YOUR HOUSE.

 

4.       4.  MAKE A LIST OF THE 10 CODES WITH THE MEANING OF THE CODE, EX.10-0 CHASE IN PROGRESS. START WITH 10-1 TO 10-25.

 

5.      5.   WHAT ARE TOOL MARKS AND HOW CAN THEY HELP IN CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION.

 

6.     6.    EXPLAIN BITE IMPRESSION FOUND AT A CRIME SCENE.

 

             ALL OF YOUR INFORMATION CAN COME FROM ANY NOTES, MEDIA SOURCE, ETC.

 

Mechatronics –

Mechatronics 1

Drill presses are basically stationary versions of a powered hand drill. Answer the following questions.

1.      What is a drill press used to do?

2.     Give an example of an unsafe practice while setting up a drill press.

3.      What is layout work?

4.      Give an example of an unsafe act while operating a drill press.

5.      Name three parts of a twist drill.

6.      What is commonly used as a lubricant when drilling?

7.      True or False. A drill press uses a rotating tool to cut into material?

8.      Can you use a worn drilling tool? Explain your answer.

9.      What is step one when mounting a workpiece in a drill press vise?

10.    What is produced in machining operations that dulls cutting tools and can be prevented?

Mechatronics 2

The hydraulic circuit found in the  Shared Document Folder is basically the same as the pneumatic circuit we have been using in class. The main difference is that it used hydraulic fluid instead of air. What are the numbered components and what do they do?

 

 

Mechatronics 3

1.     Name a type of switch that closes when its electrostatic field is changed? 

2.     The sensitivity (switching distance) of most capacitive proximity sensors can be

        adjusted by means of what?

3.     The most important components of an inductive proximity sensor are what?

4.     What materials are detected by inductive proximity sensors?

5.     What material reacts with the magnetic fields of permanent magnets and electro magnets?

6.     Where are magnetic proximity sensors often used?

7.     How does an optical sensor work?

8.     What are the two main components of an optical proximity sensor?

9.     What is another name for pressure sensor?

10.   With pneumatic proximity sensors the presence or absence of an object is detected by means of contactless sensing with what?

 

 

 

Accounting 1

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  Primary

 Go to Knowledge Matters VB – Accounting complete Lesson 5 - Analyzing Financial Statements

Go to Knowledge Matters VB – Accounting complete Lesson 6- Managerial Accounting I

Write a one page paper discussing what you have learned in this class and how you will be able to use the things you have learned in school, college or the work place

 

Thank you!

Or Alternative

Write a one paper discussing - Research the state of the US economy today and in the future forecasts (next 2 years). Write a one paper based on your research on how today’s economy could affect the cash flow of a new business and how it could affect the next two years

Write a one-page paper - do research on the Small Business Administration. Write a one-page paper on what the SBA offers to small businesses.

Write a one paper discussing what you have learned in this

Accounting II

   Primary

 Go to Knowledge Matters VB – Accounting complete Lesson 10 –Forensic Accounting Challenge II

Go to Knowledge Matters VB – Accounting complete Lesson 11- Forensic Accounting Challenge III

Write a one paper discussing what you have learned in this class and how you will be able to use the things you have learned in school, college or the work place.

Or Alternative

Write a one-page paper discussing - Research the state of the US economy today and in the future forecasts (next 2 years). Write a one paper based on your research on how today’s economy could affect the cash flow of a new business and how it could affect the next two years

Write a one-page paper - do research on the Small Business Administration. Write a one-page paper on what the SBA offers to small businesses.

Write a one paper discussing what you have learned in this class and how you will be able to use the things you have learned in school, college or the work place

 

 

 

 

 

Virtual Enterprise 1, 2 and 3

 

Primary

Go to Knowledge Matters VB – Fashion Complete Lesson 8- Social Media Promotion

Go to Knowledge Matters VB – Fashion Complete Lesson 9- Fashion Financials

Write a one-page paper discussing what you have learned in this class and how you will be able to use the things you have learned in school, college or the work place.

Or Alternative

Write a one-page paper discussing - Research the state of the US economy today and in the future forecasts (next 2 years). Write a one paper based on your research on how today’s economy could affect the cash flow of a new business and how it could affect the next two years

Write a one-page paper - do research on the Small Business Administration. Write a one-page paper on what the SBA offers to small businesses.

Write a one paper discussing what you have learned in this class and how you will be able to use the things you have learned in school, college or the work place

 

Integrated Business Applications

Primary

· Power Point Module 3 Projects 1a and 1b, Capstone.

Alternative

· Create a presentation by hand using pictures, drawings, magazine cutouts laid out on paper. This should look like a PPT presentation just done by hand. The topic is a career that you want to pursue.

· Create a presentation by hand using pictures, drawings, magazine cutouts laid out on paper. This should look like a PPT presentation just done by hand. The topic is what you have done during the quarantine.

· Create a presentation by hand using pictures, drawings, magazine cutouts laid out on paper. This should look like a PPT presentation just done by hand. The topic is what you miss being able to do during the quarantine.

There is a minimum of six slides you need to create (six sheets of paper). You should have headings and sub-headings on each slide with a brief description followed by talking notes on the back of each sheet of paper in its entirety. This should be everything you are going to say in the presentation to describe the slide.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Health Science –

 

HS 1 : Assignments for April 29- May 18, 2020

1.       Based on what you know or what you have seen or heard, describe the function of each of the following government agencies in regard to the Coronavirus:

a.       CDC –Center for Disease Control

b.       FDA- Food and Drug Administration

c.        WHO- World Health Organization

2.       In your opinion was the USA ready for the Coronavirus pandemic? Why/ Why not?

3.       What suggestions would you have so that the USA would be ready and alert if another pandemic occurred?

 

HS 2: Assignments for April 29- May 18, 2020

1.       Create a diagram, chart, graph or table to depict the following information about COVID -19.

a.       Number of cases reported daily in SC from 4/8 – 4/22.

b.       Each day from 4/8 – 4/22 should be represented

c.        Number of cases reported from 4/8 – 4/22 should be represented

d.       Look up on SCDHEC if available or use technology to communicate with friends/ family for the daily number of reported cases.

2.       Create a diagram, chart, graph or table to depict the following information about COVID-19 in the USA

a.       Number of cases reported daily in USA from 4/8 – 4/22.

b.       Each day should be represented  4/8-4/22

c.        Number of cases reported should be represented  4/8-4/22

d.       Look up on SCDHEC /CDC if available or use technology to communicate with friends/family for the daily number of reported cases.

3.       Describe what you discovered from your graph, diagram, chart or table.

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Physical Education

PE1

Keep a daily fitness log of your physical activity.  Each days’ log should start with stretching (like we do in class), 20 jumping jacks, 20 pushups and 20 sit ups.  After that, include any other activity that you may do.  Please log the time of day it was done, amount done, and how long you did each activity. 

 

PE 2 – Complete the following each day.

 

SHEETS ATTACHED AT THE END OF THE PACKET and in the Shared Document Folder

 

Art

·         Digital Art | Digital Multimedia | Art 1 and Art 2

 

See Art Challenge Attachment in the paper packet or in the Shared Document Folder (https://bit.ly/2Save9p) under weeks 6-7.

 

 

Music /Band/Chorus

 

SHEET ATTACHED AT THE END OF THE PACKET or in the Shared Document Folder

 

 

 

Other

Courtney

Write a ½ page paper on each of the following:

1.        Should cameras or drones watch all public spaces to deter crime, or is that a violation of privacy?

2.       What is something scary that you would like to try?  What makes it scary for you?  How might you overcome that fear?

3.       Would you rather be loved or respected?  Explain.

4.       What 4 features should your future house have?  Why?

 

Law Education

Write a 1 page paper on what you have learned about

Governmental powers during this time, Include what it can do and control.

 

Sociology

  • A Master Status will Influence most other aspects of the person’s life. May be achieved or ascribed.  Explain your Master Status in a paragraph and why you this that it is your master status.   Examples:  your occupation, where you live, how well you live, how long you live, age, gender, race, and ethnicity. 
  • Role conflict happens when a role in one status interferes with the role of another status. Example: Being a student and employee or Being a teacher and a coach.  Tell how society has changed because of this pandemic and the role conflicts that you have witnessed.
  • Diffusion is the borrowing of aspects of culture from other cultures.  Make a list of at least ten items that we as Americans have borrowed from other cultures.
  • How are perspectives different? Do perspectives change? What if everyone thought from the same perspective?  Would that be positive or negative for society?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SENIORS ONLY:

Chesterfield Athletic Donor Club

Scholarship Application

 

Applicant’s Name:_____________________________________________________________

 

Address:_____________________________________________________________________

 

Telephone:_______________________________    Email Address:_____________________

 

Parent’s/Guardians Name:______________________________________________________

 

College Choice or Job Field:______________________________________________________

 

 

Please list two character references and have them to write a letter and submit it to Coach Hatcher at chatcher@chesterfieldschool.org. Applicant needs to submit the application to the same email address or turn it in at the main office of Chesterfield High.  One of the reference is to be a teacher and the other is to be from someone outside of the school setting.

 

Reference’s Name:_________________________________  Phone:__________________________

 

Reference’s Name:_________________________________ Phone:___________________________

 

 

List all varsity sports you have competed in during your high school career(including cheerleading) and the number of years you participated and any awards you received.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you or your parents/guardians members of the Athletic Donor Club: Yes/no

 

 

 

I verify that the above is correct.

 

 

________________________________                                 _________________________________

Student                                                                                                Parent

 

Application is due by May 25th to the Athletic Director. Chatcher@chesterfieldschools.org

ABDO Publishing is giving free access to all their digital resources:  digital books fiction, nonfiction, and graphic novels in English & Spanish, Read-to-me books, etc. until May 31st.

 

Username: Spring
Password: 2020

 

The following link gives full access:
https://abdodigital.com/?tk=7724458A4EE9A73EE8087AC8D237C57CThe

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